The world’s rich countries, including those in the European Union and Australia, say they strongly disagree with a proposal to include financing the impact of weather-caused disasters in Loss and … Continue reading Rich Countries Say They Won’t Pay to Compensate for Weather-caused Damage
The past few days in the 2016 Bonn climate negotiations has seen a heated discussion over whether or not private companies should be allowed to participate as observers in the … Continue reading Should Private Companies be allowed in Climate Negotiations?
It was already December 12, a day after the Conference of Parties (COP) 21 was supposed to have closed in Le Bourget, France, and hundreds were anxiously waiting inside the … Continue reading So we made a deal with the planet, now what?
BONN, Germany – The last day of climate negotiations was met with protests as vulnerable countries called for climate justice and a more ambitious target of keeping global warming under … Continue reading Vulnerable countries fight for climate justice, 1.5ºC limit
Bonn, Germany — A protest happened early Wednesday morning, the third day of the climate negotiations in Bonn, after civil society faced a lock out from the climate negotiations on … Continue reading #KeepUsInTheRoom: Civil Society Locked Out From Climate Negotiations
Bonn, Germany — The first day of the climate negotiations in Bonn saw much frustrations from different countries on the draft negotiating text done by the co-chairs of the negotiations. … Continue reading Bonn: 5 days will decide the fate of the planet
The Philippines is in the middle of being battered by Typhoon Lando(international name Koppu) as climate negotiations began in Bonn on Monday, October 19. The Bonn negotiations will be the … Continue reading Climate negotiations begin as Typhoon Lando devastates PH