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Delay to climate meetings cannot mean any delay to ambition

The Bureau of the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC has decided to postpone the UN Climate Change meetings of the Subsidiary Bodies until 2021. The LDC Group, AOSIS and Republic of Marshall Islands respond.

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COVID-19 another shock for vulnerable countries facing multiple crises

The coronavirus pandemic adds yet another shock to the multiple challenges that more than a billion people living in the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) already face in day-to-day life. It is much more than a health crisis. It has the potential to create devastating health, social, economic and environmental crises that will leave a deep,… Read more »

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Facing Covid and climate, Pacific island capacity stretched

As the economic impacts of COVID-19 on Pacific Small Island Developing States stretch into 2020, there is a real risk that longer-term strategic action on climate change will take a back seat, and countries struggling to keep up with rising tides risk losing further ground. Paddy Pringle reports. This article was first published by Climate Analytics…. Read more »

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New dates for COP26 – UK presidency sets sights on November 2021

Following delays due to COVID-19, the UK Presidency has rescheduled the COP26 negotiations to take place in Glasgow, November 2021.

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Watch now: Video launch of Guide to the Paris Agreement

On Tuesday 26 May, the European Capacity Building Initiative (ecbi), supported by the Climate Ambition Support Alliance (CASA) held a live web launch of ecbi’s brand new ‘Guide to the Paris Agreement’. The event was chaired by Kiran Sura, an Assistant Director at PwC and Programme Lead of the Climate Ambition Support Alliance (CASA). A… Read more »

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