Bangkok climate talks

The first official UNFCCC meeting of 2011 is happening in Bangkok, Thailand from the 3rd to the 8th April. This meeting is likely to set the agenda for the climate talks for the year and it is an important step in the negotiations towards COP17 in South African.

The outcome of COP16 in Cancun last December has injected some momentum to the climate negotiations by rebuilding the trust at the UN multilateral process but some key issues were left behind. Ambitious emission cuts from developed countries and concrete sources of finance for developing countries in order to adapt to climate change and secure their right to develop in a low carbon development future remains to be seen. The Time for Climate Justice Campaign continues to demand meaningful international climate action from world leaders.

Follow the updates from members of the Time for Climate Justice Team on the ground at the UN meeting.

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Rio+20, 16-22 June 2012

The Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development is a key opportunity to have our voices heard and demand climate justice. Visit the Time for Climate Justice exhibition and action hub at the People's Summit and share your Ideal World. Campaigner from the Global North and South will be working together to make sure that Climate Justice is high in the sustainable development agenda. Visit the Exhibition and leave your message!
Where: Religions for Rights Space, People's Summit.

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Climate talks back on track but problems remain

Agreement has been reached at the climate change talks in Cancun. Countries have agreed to establish a Green Climate Fund for developing countries and thrown a lifeline for a more comprehensive deal to be reached next year in South Africa. …
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