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Last Tuesday, 9th October, we organised a round table event at the European Parliament in Brussels together with Climate Action Network Europe (CAN-E), ACT ALLIANCE EU, in collaboration with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) on the current and potential future picture of EU climate finance. The event was supported by the Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament (S&D) and hosted by MEP Patrizia Toia.
CIDSE continues to advocate for climate justice and calls for greater ambitions to tackle climate change in the framework of the Paris Agreement, based on the values of equity, participation, and solidarity. Under the Presidency of Fiji, COP23 will set the ground for evaluating collective progress in achieving the goals set by the agreement, particularly in keeping temperatures below the 1.5 degrees’ threshold and swiftly transitioning towards low carbon, renewable based economies.
CIDSE continued to advocate for climate justice and greater ambitions to tackle climate change within the framework of the Paris Agreement and its entry into force this November ahead of the 22nd Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Convention on Climate Change (COP22), in Marrakech.
As Paris Agreement enters into force, CIDSE urges leaders to scale-up ambitions to address the demands of the most vulnerable
CIDSE welcomes the early entry into force of the Paris Agreement and urges global leaders to scale-up ambitions for immediate and long-term action to tackle climate change.
A new report, inspired by pope’s Encyclical Laudato Si’ and published one month before the beginning of COP 21, sets out CIDSE’s vision for the Paris agreement, which should put the moral dimension of climate change at its core
The Encyclical Laudato Si’ –what it means for the COP 21 negotiations and beyond
Interviews on Laudato Si’ and climate change action published on the occasion of the World Day of Prayer for the care of Creation
The conference “People and Planet First: the Imperative to Change Course” provided an opportunity to collect views about the encyclical and climate change from a variety of great speakers.
CIDSE is in Bonn with its members CCFD-Terre Solidaire (France) and Trócaire (Ireland).
Conference “People and Planet First: the Imperative to Change Course” opened today by a press conference
Laudato Si’: CIDSE members join the Pope’s encyclical call for urgent action to tackle climate change
In face of the mounting ecological crisis, the Pope’s urgent call comes at a crucial moment, as world leaders will have to take critical decisions on the future of development and the care for our planet.