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Geneva Pledge on Human Rights and Climate Action announced

Geneva Pledge on Human Rights and Climate Action announced

As climate change negotiations in Geneva came to a close on 13 February 2015, 18 countries pledged to promote and respect human rights in climate action.

A Climate Justice Dialogue in Geneva

A Climate Justice Dialogue in Geneva

On the eve of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) 2.8, over 50 representatives from the climate change and human rights constituencies gathered in Geneva to strengthen the links betwee

Human Rights and Climate Justice

Human Rights and Climate Justice

This week members of the climate change community gather in Geneva, the home of the Human Rights Council, for the latest round of climate negotiations.

Geneva to play host to crucial negotiations on the road to COP 21 in Paris

Geneva to play host to crucial negotiations on the road to COP 21 in Paris

On February 8th, negotiators will begin a week long session which will lay the foundation for a new climate agreement. Through this agreement, the global community has an opportunity to set in motion an ambitious and just response to climate change.

Zero Carbon, Zero Poverty - The Climate Justice Way

Zero Carbon, Zero Poverty - The Climate Justice Way

By agreeing to keep warming as far below 2°C as possible, the international community implicitly agreed to set a limit on global cumulative carbon-dioxide emissions. Reaching zero carbon is what is required to stay within this “carbon budget”.

 
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