Who gets to influence the climate negotiations?

The influence of fossil fuel corporations was strongly questioned by developing countries in the post-Paris meeting of the climate change negotiations in Bonn last week. A number of developing countries,… Read More →

Mexican Minister of Environment a few hours after hurricane Patricia.

A few hours after hurricane Patricia hit the Pacific coast of Mexico, I have interviewed the Deputy Secretary of Planning & Environmental Policy of the country. Dr. Rodolfo Lacy Tamayo… Read More →

Figueres calls for a Fossil Fuels Divorce

As I sat down with Christiana Figueres yesterday, I realised something: she has been asked everything about Climate change. What’s the one thing I could ask her that she hasn’t… Read More →

What is “Loss & Damage”?

Julie-Anne Richards from the Climate Justice Programme speaks of the importance of assisting poor and developing nations to tackle loss and damage created by climate change.

Time for governments to catch up to the “real world”

Heads of State who met with UN Secretary Ban Ki-moon last month agreed that the world needs a long-term goal to end to the fossil fuel era. This conviction came a few… Read More →

Εβδομάδα γεμάτη προσδοκίες για το Κλίμα

Η παγκόσμια κοινότητα οδεύει προς μία διεθνή συμφωνία για την κλιματική αλλαγή, στην σχετική Σύνοδο του ΟΗΕ που θα πραγματοποιηθεί τον Δεκέμβριο στο Παρίσι.Με μόλις πέντε ημέρες διαπραγματεύσεων να έχουν… Read More →