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By Jo Barrett on 14th December 2014

COP20 – Disastrous result for world’s poorest, on pathway to climate chaos

Peruvian Environment Minister Pulgar Vidal urged nations meeting at the climate talks in Lima (COP20, Peru) to “give hope to the world”, but governments have largely failed to lay the […]

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By CARE on 7th September 2014

Adaptation Learning Programme delivers positive impacts for climate-vulnerable communities

The CARE-implemented Adaptation Learning Programme for Africa (ALP) delivered a range of positive impacts for vulnerable communities in Sub-Saharan Africa in 2013, according to an annual review by the UK’s […]

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By Kit Vaughan on 2nd July 2014

Gambling with the future of the planet

People hate to think what might happen if we fail to stop the worse effects of climate change. Well, as one senior climate scientist said to me recently: “Impacts are […]

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By CARE on 25th June 2014

EU leaders need to ramp up action to tackle climate change

Ahead of the EU summit in Brussels this Thursday and Friday, CARE International urges European leaders to respond to the latest scientific and economic findings and take more ambitious decisions […]

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By CARE on 15th June 2014

Despite signs of progress, significant work remains in tackling climate change

As the UN climate talks draw to a close in Bonn, CARE International says governments have taken a number of ‘positive steps’ towards agreeing an ambitious and comprehensive climate deal […]

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By CARE on 12th June 2014

Supporting a strong and visible representation of climate change

To: Co-chairs and members of the Open Working Group (OWG) on SDGs Cc: Amina J. Mohammed, Special Adviser on post-2015 to the UN Secretary General per Email Supporting a strong […]

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By CARE on 5th June 2014

Small Island States need climate justice, says CARE

On World Environment Day, aid agency CARE International welcomes the global focus on the climate change challenge facing Small Island States and calls for climate justice for people living in poor and vulnerable developing island nations.

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By CARE on 3rd June 2014

Governments must act now to avoid global climate catastrophe

Heads of State meeting in Brussels, and ministers attending the UN climate talks in Bonn, must act now to avoid a global climate catastrophe by slashing greenhouse gas emissions and […]

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