Contents with tag: Global
IBON International Foundation Board of Trustees Meeting
November 15, 2017
Launched on July 21, the new book by the Institute of Political Economy answers in the affirmative.
Join us on August 7, in Toronto, Canada, as we hold a workshop on the climate-militarism nexus as part of Solidarity & Fight Back: Building Resistance to US-led War, Militarism and Neo-Fascism!
The United States withdrawing from a climate policy is nothing new. Not only because Trump’s denial of the science of climate change has been consistent since his election, but also worth highlighting is that past US Presidents never stepped up to its responsibilities to climate change.
This event will seek to provide a forum for all actors to engage and contribute to the modernisation of ODA with a particular focus on blended ﬁnance.
People & Planet in Crisis: Frontline Communities' Voices on Climate Justice and System Change
Calendar of Activities for COP21
Member States of the United Nations (UN) have set 2015 as the year when they chart a new course for humanity. After nearly three years of consultations and intergovernmental negotiations, Heads of State and Governments adopted the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” on September 24, 2015. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon describes this as “a plan of action for ending poverty in all its dimensions, irreversibly, everywhere, and leaving no one behind.”
A day after 193 member states of the United Nations adopted the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, the CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE) together with grassroots activists, faith-based groups and NGOs organized a side event at the margins of the UN summit to discuss pressing issues affecting the marginalized and frontline communities in the context of the post-2015 development agenda.