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, [...]

Lessons from failed carbon markets ignored

On June 4, 2013, in markets, by Admin

As the UN Climate talks consider a “new market mechanism”, civil society groups warn of the risks of such an approach, given the failure of existing market-based mechanisms. Read about the lessons here. The groups also outlined their overview of issues at the Bonn climate talks.

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..

An Equitable and Ambitious Outcome on Agriculture

The objective and principles of the Convention must guide action on agriculture across the UNFCCC regime – this brief lays out the issues..

What is at stake in Doha?

On November 27, 2012, in equity, europe, finance, global goal, markets, mitigation, united states, by Admin

A rules based international climate regime

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