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By Camilla Schramek on 15th December 2018

Big polluters fall short at COP24 despite leadership of the most vulnerable

Outcome not enough to address climate emergency, governments must now step up nationally Katowice, 15 December. On Saturday evening, the UN climate change talks concluded in Katowice, Poland after much debate. […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 14th December 2018

Final call for action: Governments must address climate emergency and strengthen COP24 package with higher ambition in emission cuts, finance, and human rights

Katowice, 14 December. On Thursday evening, the COP24 presidency released a package of negotiation texts outlining key elements of the Paris Agreement Rulebook, efforts to increase ambition by cutting emissions, […]

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11th December 2018

Let’s All Be Less Single-Use

By Kelly Alexander, CARE USA, WATER+ “Where’s my hat?!” “No idea.” “The children likely threw it away.” “What?” “Everything these days in their life is single-use. They probably just used […]

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11th December 2018

“We Have Vegetables at Every Meal”: a Perma-Garden Takes Root

By Vidhya Sriram How do you build the resilience of households that have no access to formal markets, limited access to productive farmland, whose livelihood is at the mercy of […]

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10th December 2018

Climate action must not leave human rights behind

Seventy years since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we face one of the biggest challenges and injustices of all times Several organisations contributed to this article: Amnesty International, CIEL […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 10th December 2018

Fate of humanity weighing heavy on ministerial shoulders at UN Climate Change Conference

10 December, Katowice. Ministers arriving in Katowice will need extreme courage and conviction to make life-saving decisions if humanity is to be saved from the worst impacts of climate change, […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 10th December 2018

Fate of 1.5°C temperature limit weighing on ministerial shoulders at COP24

MEDIA INVITE When 11 December 2018 at 8:00 AM Where Action area before COP24 sign, Zone A UNFCCC accreditation required Why Despite it forming the key scientific input to this […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 8th December 2018

Parties ignore human rights in the implementation of Paris Agreement

Decades of climate negotiations could be undermined by rights omission 8 December. Katowice, Poland. A broad coalition spanning multiple constituencies calls on Parties to deliver on the Paris promises and […]

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