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Can Just Energy Transition Partnerships (JETPs) help to prevent this? A story by Climate Tracker journalist Ethan Van Diemen.
In Chile, for decades, what are known as »sacrifice zones«—areas marked by intense industrial activity mainly using coal-fired power plants—have been...
Members of Costa Rican indigenous communities arrived in Egypt with specific requests: listen to indigenous voices and pay for the damages caused.
Young people attending the COP27 climate summit in Egypt are calling for loss and damage compensation to cope with the irreversible impacts of climate...
African women demand action at COP27 amid flood and drought. Their main criticism centres on the fact, that funds do not reach the grassroots, and...
A GeoPoll study in June 2022 confirmed that most Caribbean people are not talking about climate change in their communities. That has to change, says...
Weak early warning systems in the Global South increase climate injustice. Loss and Damage financing can improve the situation. A story by Climate...
We are now facing not just a climate crisis, but also an inequality crisis. COP27 must address both challenges by financing a just climate transition.
While Paraguay is relatively small globally, it is one of the countries with the highest absolute rates of deforestation. The impact for the...
A new social contract as the key to socially just climate protection. A background article by Solveig Dinda and Max Ostermayer
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Six Messages on International Climate & Energy Policy by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
In our new manual, we present numerous arguments showing that social progress and ambitious climate action must go hand in hand. Enjoy reading!