Bonn Climate Talks October

On October 19, 2015, in climate justice, global goal, mitigation, by cj-info-admin

Below we will post links to PDFs of various civil society statements, briefs, and press releases. For live updates follow @ClimateJustInfo on Twitter and for daily summary pieces follow Climate Justice Info on Storify – https://storify.com/ClimateJustInfo Brief: A Long-Term Global Goal That Delivers Equity and Ambition Brief: Pre-2020 Mitigation Action Brief: What’s Wrong with the [...]

Climate Finance – Climate Justice Brief

On June 8, 2015, in climate justice, finance, by cj-info-admin

Climate justice groups present in the #SB42 / ADP2015 Climate talks in Bonn, Germany, released this brief on the state of climate finance. In it they address the following key questions: How much money is needed, and in what form? Should climate finance seek to “leverage” private finance? What role should the Green Climate Fund play? [...]

Carbon Markets a Bad Idea for Paris Deal

On February 13, 2015, in climate debt, climate justice, equity, forests, markets, mitigation, by alexraf

On the last day of the geneva session government will consider ‘carbon markets’ and their role in the Paris Agreement. Civil society groups warn they should have no role in the Paris deal.

What does “Net Zero” Mean?

On February 11, 2015, in africa, agriculture, climate justice, global goal, mitigation, solutions, by alexraf

Organisations across the world warned of the risk of the UN adopting a “net zero” goal at Geneva climate talks. Read their summary here.

Background Notes on Key Issues in the Lima Talks

Observers at the Lima Climate conference released the following background notes to explain the issues at play. Including on: The process and type of deal on the table El proceso y la forma del acuerdo Loss and Damage Daños y Perdidas A moratorium on carbon markets Climate Finance Review of the 2020 Targets Infographic on [...]

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