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As COP27 drags into 11th hour, worrying divergences remain on key issues

“While it was pitched as an implementation COP, COP27 is turning into a ‘repetition’ COP. The situation is serious with a deadlock on an...

COP27 must be moment to put polluters on the dock, secure justice for climate suffers – Activists

Civil society representatives of Climate Action Network have emphasised that the real test of success of the forthcoming COP27 summit will be if it...

Climate crisis could increase African country debts by $1tr – Report

Sub-Saharan African countries will have to take on almost $1 trillion in debt over the next 10 years unless wealthy countries provide adequate finance...

Over 400 groups demand govts put Loss and Damage on COP27 agenda

Over 400 organisations from all over the world on Tuesday, September 6, 2022, signed a letter, initiated by Climate Action Network (CAN), addressed to UN...

G7 Summit: Activists want rich nations to recommit to end fossil fuels financing

With just a few days to go before the G7 Summit in Germany, activists consider it deeply worrying that several G7 countries, including Germany...

Campaigners seek release of jailed Vietnamese anti-coal campaigner, Nguy Thi Khanh

The Climate Action Network (CAN) has condemned the sentencing to imprisonment of Vietnamese anti-coal activist, Goldman Environmental Prize winner and Eisenhower Fellow, Nguy Thi...

Watered down language in latest text on loss and damage puts COP26 in jeopardy

With COP26 running into overtime, speakers at a media session by Climate Action Network (CAN) on Friday, November 12, 2021, highlighted that key issues...

COP26: Real commitments on text must match rhetoric as negotiations enter crunch time

Across all areas of the draft text produced at COP26 countries need to go further and fast and reach for the most ambitious positions...

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Stakeholders urge govt to prioritise youth engagement in climate governance

The government of Nigeria has been told to value and prioritise youth engagement by providing them with platforms to...
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New Zealand’s largest city swamped as torrential rain hits

Rising floodwaters swamped houses and streets throughout New Zealand’s largest city on Friday, January 27, 2023, with every fire...

Sustainable energy: Schneider explains how microgrids can reduce carbon emission

Digital energy multinational, Schneider Electric, says existing technologies can reduce carbon emissions by 70 per cent and engineer a...

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Stakeholders urge govt to prioritise youth engagement in climate governance

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New Zealand’s largest city swamped as torrential rain hits

Rising floodwaters swamped houses and streets throughout New Zealand’s...