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The African delegation to the Paris climate talks strengthened their position today in the wake of suggestions that any climate agreement would likely have few enforcement teeth.
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African governments and activists at the climate change talks in Bonn, Germany, say if there are no financial commitments from the developed countries on how to address climate change damages, then the talks may not achieve much. The age old debate keeps resurfacing at the talks, with developing countries accusing rich nations of not willing to pay for the harm they have caused.
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Civil society organisation (CSOs) across Africa have demanded that developed countries fulfill and implement their commitments under the UN climate convention, in order to fairly share a necessary “emissions budget,” and avoid catastrophic climate change.
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The Bonn Climate talks have come to a close in Germany, but with a disgruntled African delegation. Once again, poor countries are leaving the talks without getting any predictable commitments from rich countries on the money meant to adapt to new clean energies and to cater for the losses that they experience due to climate change.
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Un estudio tribuye este notable descenso a la caza ilegal.
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African environmental activists, who are members of the Indigenous Peoples’ and Community Conserved Territories and Areas (ICCAs) took part in a demonstration organised by the ICCAs during the UN biodiversity conference with a call on governments to engage with indigenous people on the basis of mutual agreement as far as the use of biodiversity is concerned.
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African environmental reporting group, the Oxpeckers Center for Investigative Environmental Journalism, is offering an experienced Chinese environmental investigative journalist a three-month reporting Fellowship based in Southern Africa.
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As extreme weather conditions continue to wreak havoc on the environment and put pressure on global

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African nations have responded to climate change with varying degrees of pace and ambition. Some developed national climate change strategies while

Back on the strenghts and weaknesses of the paris agreement...
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Increasingly severe storms and natural disasters exacerbated by climate change and environmental degradation have impacted the mental health of communities in southwest India hit hardest. K Rajendran looks at how people here are responding.
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Food sovereignty is to agriculture what democracy is to society. Between civil society and government, few seem eager to carve out a space for agriculture in Tunisia’s National Dialogue.
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