Post-2015 Development Framework in the Environment Council: Will ministers fill the climate gap? On June 18th the Environment Council will discuss the EU position towards the follow up to the […]
This week the UNFCCC gathers again for the beginning of the annual two week session in Bonn to continue work on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP), which is […]
On Wednesday February 27th, the European Commission departments DG Development Cooperation (DEVCO) and DG Environment (ENVI) released a joint Communication together on a post-2015 global framework for sustainable development. The […]
The Climate Vulnerable Forum report of September 2012 revision of previous estimates of losses linked to climate change, points to unprecedented harm to human society and current economic development that will […]
Take action now on climate change ‘Loss and Damage’, 40+ civil society organisations and networks tell Ministers as they arrive in Doha Over forty civil society organisations and networks from […]
Ray of the Day: EU victorious in lack of ambitious emissions pledge. Civil Society Awards Fossil To Rich Countries Who Shun Kyoto Commitment.
A pile of recent reports from UN Environment Programme (UNEP), the World Bank, World Meteorological Association, PriceWaterhouse Coopers and European Environment Agency EEA all confirm the same alarming reality: current […]
Accounting for forestry and agriculture The international LULUCF accounting rules agreed in Durban under the Kyoto Protocol last year fail to account for what the atmosphere sees. The European Commission’s proposal […]