Opportunity lost at COP28

Opportunity lost

Despite an 13th hour deal calling on all countries to move away from using fossil fuels, has there been an opportunity lost at COP28? The deal recognises the need for deep, rapid and sustained reductions if humanity is to limit temperature rises to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels. Whilst welcomed by some governments, many don’t think …

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COP28: Now We Rise

COP28 Now We Rise

COP28: Now We Rise saw Action on Climate Emergency (ACE) members attending our Green Café meeting on Saturday 9 December (pictured) marking a Day of Action for Climate Justice, along with others across the UK and Globe. COP28 Now We Rise was called by the Climate Justice Coalition to coincide with the last three days …

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Richest 1% account for more than the Poorest 66%

Richest 1%

Richest 1% account for more carbon emissions than poorest 66%, as COP28 opens, a timely report by The Guardian, Oxfam, and the Stockholm Environment Institute reveals that the richest 1% of humanity is responsible for more carbon emissions than the poorest 66%, with dire consequences for vulnerable communities and global efforts to tackle the climate …

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