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10/10/10

A Message from Mary Robinson about upcoming global day of action on climate change

“Climate change is not just an environmental matter: it is a political, economic, social, and human rights issue; and if…

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Convened by The Mary Robinson Foundation - Climate Justice and Realizing Rights: The Ethical Globalization Initiative, on Friday 17th September, Roosevelt House, Hunter College, New York City, this meeting was an important step.

Convened by The Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice and Realizing Rights: The Ethical Globalization Initiative, Friday 17th September, Roosevelt…

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A New Champion for Climate Justice

An interview with Mary Robinson, by John Gibbons, as published Ireland's Sunday Tribune on 26 September 2010.

“Part of the problem with the climate issue is that is has been led by scientists, environmentalists and economists, but…

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Women Can Lead the Way

President of the Foundation, Mary Robinson and Nobel Peace Prize winner and founder of the Green Belt Movement, Wangari Maathai, highlight in The Huffington Post the importance of women’s leadership in achieving the MDGs and in fighting climate change...

“From the response in Pakistan to the UN Summit in New York, we must now recognize and act on the…

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A new website, aiming to provide transparency about the origin, amount and use of funds going to developing countries to support action to fight climate change, has been launched.

A new website, aiming to provide transparency about the origin, amount and use of funds going to developing countries to…

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A Burning Question

In this Irish documentary by Earth Horizon Productions, aired on RTE1 on 29 June 2010, Duncan Stewart takes us on a journey exploring the gap between public perceptions of climate change, what the scientists are trying to tell us and what role the media a

Today many people remain confused as to what climate change is and what consequences lie ahead in the near and…

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