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Social science research and the climate...

Social science research and the climate...

Tribune Climate

Thu, Jan 11 2018

What will the dialogue surrounding climate change look like in 2018?

COP23 and Historical Responsibility...

COP23 and Historical Responsibility...

Tribune Climate

Thu, Dec 14 2017

It was noted that rich countries have not yet delivered the promised $100bn per year in climate finance...

Negotiations and Political Discussions...

Negotiations and Political Discussions...

Tribune Climate

Thu, Dec 14 2017

But, due to strong opposition from developed countries, the decision was overturned. However, COP 23...

Are we doing enough?

Are we doing enough?

Tribune Climate

Thu, Dec 14 2017

Capacity-building is central to enable activities for the implementation of the NDCs to reinforce discussion...

An agreement in name only?

An agreement in name only?

Muhammad Zamir

Sun, Dec 3 2017

The Paris Agreement will have been for nothing if it isn’t backed up by concrete actions

Have UN climate talks finally  been...

Have UN climate talks finally been...

Saleemul Huq

Tue, Nov 21 2017

We need real action, not ineffective negotiations

What COP23 achieved

What COP23 achieved

Uncategorized

Sun, Nov 19 2017

Real action gets delayed … again

France, Germany take up the mantle for...

France, Germany take up the mantle for...

Climate Change

Sat, Nov 18 2017

Harjeet Singh, the global lead on climate change for ActionAid International, welcomed the leadership...

France, Germany take up the mantle for...

France, Germany take up the mantle for...

Climate Change

Fri, Nov 17 2017

In his address to COP23 in Bonn, Germany, French President Emmanuel Macron said France would step forward...

COP23 ends without concrete decision...

COP23 ends without concrete decision...

Climate Change

Fri, Nov 17 2017

Parties attending COP23 in Germany expressed the need for another year to finalize the guidelines for...

South Asians at COP23 say their voices...

South Asians at COP23 say their voices...

Climate Change

Fri, Nov 17 2017

The fallout centres on the introduction of private sector financing for so-called “loss and damage” resulting...

Bangladesh unhappy with climate change...

Bangladesh unhappy with climate change...

Climate Change

Fri, Nov 17 2017

The dissatisfaction surfaced at a press briefing held by the Bangladesh delegation on Thursday

Draft Loss and Damage policy adopted...

Draft Loss and Damage policy adopted...

Climate Change

Thu, Nov 16 2017

25 large insurance companies have joined the global partnership, with an aim to reduce climate...

‘Climate discussions have lost focus...

‘Climate discussions have lost focus...

Climate Change

Wed, Nov 15 2017

Dr Maruf Mallick, a research fellow at the Centre for Contemporary Concerns, has a PhD in the politics...

‘Vulnerable countries need both grants...

‘Vulnerable countries need both grants...

Climate Change

Tue, Nov 14 2017

Tomaise Blair, counsellor at the Permanent Mission of Antigua and Barbuda to the United Nations, speaks...

‘Be transparent and stick to the...

‘Be transparent and stick to the...

Climate Change

Tue, Nov 14 2017

The summit, the 23rd Conference of the Parties (COP23), is in progress in Bonn Germany

2017 is the tipping point

2017 is the tipping point

Saleemul Huq

Mon, Nov 13 2017

The time is ripe for parties at COP23 to take the next step

Time for industrialised nations to pay...

Time for industrialised nations to pay...

Opinion

Sun, Nov 12 2017

It is time we demand more support from the so-called advanced nations whose activities over the past...

Before the floods arrive

Before the floods arrive

Md Sajjad Azim

Sun, Nov 12 2017

COP23 is now more important than ever before

Hopes from Bonn

Hopes from Bonn

AKM Saiful Islam

Sat, Nov 11 2017

With COP23 underway, what can we expect?

'All countries must ensure...

'All countries must ensure...

Climate Change

Sat, Nov 11 2017

'Transparency should not be a requirement for the developing countries only, but for the developed countries...