Climate scientist rebukes EU’s 2030 target

On October 23, 2014, in climate debt, climate justice, equity, europe, mitigation, by Admin

As the EU commission prepares to adopt a package including a 40% cut on 1990 levels as its 2030 target, a leading climate scientists, Professor Kevin Anderson from the Tyndall Centre at the University of Manchester, has released a blistering open letter explaining why such a target is not in line with the policy objective of [...]

Civil society background notes for Warsaw COP19

On November 11, 2013, in climate debt, climate justice, equity, markets, mitigation, solutions, by Admin

Civil society groups in Warsaw released background briefs on: Equity Markets Pledge and Review Global Feed in Tariff

The way forward: equity and energy

On June 13, 2013, in africa, climate debt, climate justice, equity, finance, solutions, technology, by Admin

Civil society groups outlined a path forward at UN climate talks that included “equity” or every country doing its fair-share and a focused approach to energy. They outlined their vision in a series of briefs available here: Energy Equity

The real cost of delay in Bonn climate talks – Africa

On June 12, 2013, in adaptation, africa, equity, markets, by Admin

As two weeks of acrimonious UN climate talks draw to a close, observers were heavily critical of lack of movement on key issues. At a press conference held during the talks, hosted by the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), an African-wide climate movement with over 300 organisations in 45 countries as members, Mithika Mwenda, [...]

Governments urged back from the brink in Doha

Civil society groups from across the world made strong demands on all governments as the Doha climate conference reached its closing stages. The letter of demand is available here..

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