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PACJA, WaterAid hold joint convention on Water
February 25, 2020The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance are jointly with WaterAid hosting a team of experts and stakeholders in water use and resources management for a meeting in Kigali, Rwanda.The three-day meeting is dubbed Climate Resilient
UK vows to support Africa to prepare better for the COP26
PACJA, ClimDev Africa Initiative Partners, the African Climate Policy Centre of UN Economic Commission for Africa, the African Union Commission and the African Development Bank held a successful roundtable in Addis Ababa to reflect and take stock of
Solving climate crisis a good way to silence the guns
PACJA February 9th 2020The Pan African Climate Justice has actively participated in this year’s AU Heads of State Summit in Addis Ababa that started on February 9th 2020.Despite the 33rd African Union (AU) Heads of State and Government Summit not
At COP25, African CSOs urge rich countries to step up climate action
Madrid, Spain, 1 Dec 2019—A pre-COP 25 event hosted by the Pan-African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) has today adopted an African civil society position calling for a holistic ambition from Parties, particularly rich countries, ahead of the
Desperate moments, as Africa still feels ignored at COP25
December 4, Madrid, Spain Africa is pushing harder to have it perceived and treated as a special case in relation to climate funding. Some of the suggestions coming up are a walk-out or boycott, if diplomacy refuses to work. Speakers at a
Africa urged to use home-grown experts to set feasible NDC goals
Africa has a long way to go in the realisation of the strategies to implement the Paris Agreement, according to preliminary results of a research done by a Pan-African organisation in eight African countries, and which were yesterday released on the
At COP 25, African CSOs Demand Ambitious Decisions that Reflect Africa’s Special Circumstances and
Madrid, 3rd Dec. 2019--African civil society organizations (CSOs) representing more than 40 counties, under Pan-African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), are demanding r an accelerated process and ambitious decisions at UNFCCC COP25. The decisions
Women are the biggest sufferers in the energy crisis
Durban, November 8The third day of Civil Society Organisations’ meeting to consolidate thoughts before this year’s African Ministerial Conference on Environment (AMCEN) saw a variety of ideas and eye opening thoughts about the African common man.
African Countries Asked to Submit More Concrete Commitments for Tackling Climate Change
17th October, 2016Addis Ababa, Ethiopia The Africa Climate Policy Centre of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa has urged African countries that are yet to ratify the Paris Agreement to consider revising their Intended Nationally

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