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Contents with tag: climate justice

6 Nov 2017
COP 23: What the people should know about this year's climate talks

An infographic about the 23rd Conference of Parties to the UNFCCC on November 2017, in Bonn, Germany.

24 Oct 2017
COP 23 and the long, bumpy road to implementing the Paris Climate Agreement

It has been almost two years since the Paris Climate Agreement was signed, but much work still lies ahead to get on with the challenging task of implementing the agreement in countries whose governments have joined in.

2 Aug 2017
Workshop on Climate Militarism & War

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!

26 Jul 2017
Stacking Up the Odds: Reflections on Climate Action
The Paris Climate Agreement, adopted in 2015, has generally been received with much enthusiasm by governments and others actors, although others did not share the same level of optimism and enthusiasm.
20 Sep 2016
2015: The Deadliest Year for Environmental Activism Worldwide

The number of environmental activists being killed worldwide has been increasing over the years. In 2015, 185 deaths--the highest in history--were recorded from 16 different countries. 40% of these environmental activists were members of indigenous groups and 42 of the 185 are protest-related deaths.

4 Dec 2015
Save the Dates: Global Peoples' Surge in Paris

Calendar of Activities for COP21

27 Nov 2015
Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Climate Justice Held

Campaign for Climate Justice Nepal (CCJN), in collaboration with Rural Reconstruction Nepal, South Asia Alliance for Poverty Eradication (SAAPE) and LDC Watch has organised a half-day "Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Climate Justice" on 22nd November 2015 in Kathmandu.

26 Oct 2015
Key Asks for Climate Justice and System Change

It is time to fully recognize that climate change is not only an environmental issue but also a matter of justice since it arises from the gross injustices of capitalism driven by profit and accumulation. It is not simply a matter of differing levels of development since the historical difference in levels of development resulted from exploitation by centuries of colonialism and continuing neocolonialism. It is a human issue with immediate implications for jobs, homes, health, food, and lives. Those who are hit first and hardest are those who contributed least to the problem. Climate change will only exacerbate poverty and widen the gap between the small rich section and the poorest of the world.

9 Jul 2015
IBON partners in Kenya form Climate Justice Core Group composed of grassroots organizations in frontline communities

The Climate Justice Core Group is a team of social justice activist on Climate Justice (CJ) from 5 sites in Kenya namely: Migori, Mfangano Island, Cherangani, Malindi and Mathare in Nairobi.

1 Dec 2014
Un seminario en la Cumbre de los Pueblos al Cambio Climatico

Cambiando las mareas por la Justicia Climatica: La necesidad de Justicia para el Desarollo
08 de Diciembre de 2014, 9:00 - 11:00
Sindicato Unitario de Trabajadores de Telefónica del Perú – PISO. 12
Lima, Peru

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