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By Camilla Schramek on 14th June 2019

UN climate talks: Governments must translate public pressure into ambitious action to tackle climate emergency now, says CARE

Bonn, 14 June 2019. The UN climate change meeting of government representatives and experts in Bonn, Germany starting on June 17th is overshadowed by ongoing human suffering and ecological damage […]

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15th May 2019

Communities bend, they do not break in the face of disaster and climate change

Most vulnerable are not left behind when their voices are included in decision-making GENEVA. 15 May, 2019. In the advent of the Global Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction (GPDRR), CARE […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 30th April 2019

Climate change experts warn of disproportionate impacts on poor countries as Cyclone Fani bears down on India and Bangladesh

30 April, 2019 – As Cyclone Fani approaches India and Bangladesh, CARE experts warn that the increased occurrences of disasters in poorer countries is saddling millions of innocent people with […]

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22nd March 2019

Cyclones in Africa and Australia illustrate devastating impact of climate change

With 1.5 million people in southern Africa affected by Cyclone Idai, and Australians bracing for Cyclones Trevor and Veronica, aid agency CARE Australia says people the world over are suffering […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 21st February 2019

Climate change plays major role in top 10 underreported humanitarian crises of 2018, shows new CARE report

While media turns a blind eye to humanitarian catastrophes, climate change will not wait GENEVA (February 21, 2019). Today the international aid organization, CARE, launched a new report highlighting the ten […]

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18th December 2018

CARE and partners launch RILHUB, an interactive learning platform on resilience and innovations in the Philippines

CARE and its partner organizations in the Philippines have joined forces to develop and launch the country’s newest platform for learning, reflection and collaboration on resilience building and innovations. The […]

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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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