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By CARE on 23rd November 2013

Governments miss opportunity to tackle growing climate crisis

Against the backdrop of super typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, severe floods in Vietnam and stark new warnings from climate scientists, key governments are still failing to tackle the growing climate crisis, […]

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By Sven Harmeling on 23rd November 2013

Looking beyond the UN climate talks in Warsaw

Renewed ambition at domestic level urgently needed to  tackle growing climate crisis After two weeks of wrangling at the UN climate talks in Warsaw, governments have once again failed to […]

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By Sven Harmeling on 19th November 2013

The time for talking is over

After a week of deliberation and discussion at the UN climate talks in Warsaw there are few, if any, signs of the urgent progress so desperately needed to tackle the […]

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By CARE on 19th November 2013

Stop the madness

Dear Minister: Act now to establish an international mechanism on climate change-induced loss and damage at COP19 in Warsaw. Inevitable loss and damage is a reality – we need solutions […]

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By Sven Harmeling on 17th November 2013

From heroes to zeros: One week into the Warsaw UN climate talks

The first week of the UN climate change talks here in Warsaw can be summed up in two words: ‘heroes’ and ‘zeros’.  As COP19 began, the extraordinary humanitarian tragedy caused by […]

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By Aarjan Dixit on 15th November 2013

The madness of climate change inaction

Climate change negotiator Naderev Sano made global headlines this week when he spoke about the devastation wrought by Typhoon Haiyan in the Phillippines. In his address to delegates at the […]

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By Raja Jarrah on 12th November 2013

Walking the talk on gender and climate change

With seven minutes to spare before the end of a three-hour workshop about agriculture and adaptation to climate change, someone finally mentioned the word “women”… As part of the annual […]

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By CARE on 11th November 2013

Don’t hold up loss and damage at COP 19

More than 100 organisations call on ministers from key developed countries to act Of the 190 countries represented at COP19 in Warsaw, five countries – Australia, Japan, Canada, US, Norway […]

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