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- Wednesday, 26 September 2018
- Katowice, Poland—As negotiators here reached a deadlock over finalizing the so-called Paris Agreement rulebook, guidance needed to operationalize the landmark climate accord, the Alliance of Small Island States and Least Developed Countries Groups, collectively representing 79 states, 4 observer states, and over 920 million people, sent a letter to the President of COP 24 that raises concerns over the lack of ambition in the talks and reiterates what the latest science has demonstrated is needed to avoid a climate change catastrophe, including the loss of entire nations to sea level rise. Letter Below We the undersigned, Deeply concerned over the [ ....... ]
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- AFRICA CSOs RAISE CONCERNS ABOUT OUTCOME OF THE UNFCCC COP24 13th December 2018 | Katowice, Poland Press Statement A coalition of African environmental Civil Society organisations under the Umbrella of Pan Africa Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) have jointly raised concern about lack of concrete outcomes so far, following the ongoing climate change negotiations in Katowice, Poland. “We detest the fact that despite working to beat the deadline to deliver a credible report as mandated by COP 21 held in Paris in 2015, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is under contemptuous attack by a coalition of climate deniers revolving [ ....... ]
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- African Civil Society Concerns on the COP24 Proceedings 8th December 2018 | Katowice, Poland The UN Climate Change Conference has entered into the final day of the first week termed as the technical segment. Few agenda items have been concluded and many, especially the essential ones, are not even near to be concluded in time to be taken forward to our Ministers who will be joining the conference next week for the second part of the high-level segment. We have seen progress on Agriculture, Gender and NAPs but there are serious concerns on the climate finance, adaptation and the finalization [ ....... ]
- PRESSURE INTENSIFIES TO COMPLETE PARIS AGREEMENT IMPLEMENTATION RULES The African CSOs under the auspices of PACJA are currently attending the UNFCCC’s 24th session of the Conference of Parties (COP 24) in Katowice, Poland. Today marks the end of week one of the conference which began on 3rd December and is scheduled to end on 14 December. To start off, African CSOs under the auspices of PACJA released a high passed press statement at the beginning of the 24th session of the Conference of Parties that seems to have read into the on-goings at the negotiation tables across the conference. Negotiations [ ....... ]
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