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A climate justice perspective on the outcomes of COP26
An initial assessment of the outcomes at COP26
The last 25 years of international climate negotiations have been 25 years of missed opportunities.
With a 1.5-degree temperature rise locked in, COP26 must do more to address its impact on the…
“Climate Action” will not lead to climate justice on its own
Stefano Prato on the limits and possibilities of the United Nations at 75
There will be no climate change conference in 2020—but our future is nevertheless being negotiated
Insufficient progress or growth just for some?
An interview with Leonida Odongo of Haki Nawiri Afrika about how agro-ecological solutions can lead…
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz on the links between human rights and global solidarity
UNFCCC’s “June Momentum” showed that climate action is not on a “pandemic break”
Perspectives from Bolivia
True confessions of a reluctant negotiation junkie (or why I persist in climate activism anywhere,…
How can multilateralism deliver on an equitable post-pandemic future?
Climate justice and the pandemic
Despite COVID-19, we are not all “in the same boat”
Still a diamond in the rough?
Las negociaciones de la cumbre climática nunca habían estado tan lejos de las exigencias de las…
Never before have negotiations at a climate summit been so at odds with the demands of people all…
Our commentary on COP25
Nuestro comentario para el lanzamiento de la cumbre climática de la ONU en Madrid
Will COP25 act on the emergency?
Denialism gains foothold amidst declarations of climate emergency