A Multi-Faith invitation to Sustainable Lifestyles, Interfaith statement, November 2017 (available in EN - ES)
Signed by businesses, civil society, investors, public authorities and trade unions. Tackling climate change is one of the greatest challenges we face today. If we do not act urgently and ambitiously, the impacts will be catastrophic.
Economic policy should contribute to the fight against social injustice and climate change, not support polluters and speculators.
The civil society appeal on the 1.5°C Goal and the Urgency of Action
The encyclical Laudato Si’ – A Magna Carta of integral ecology as a reaction to humanity’s self-destructive course. Briefing Paper by Germanwatch, September 2016 (Available in EN-ES-GE)
On April 22 – Earth Day – representatives from more than 175 governments meet in New York for the official signature of the UN Paris Agreement, agreed upon in December 2015. On this occasion, we launch the final episode of our Stories for Climate Justice series, with inspiring voices from people at the frontlines of climate change.
Our French member organisation, CCFD-Terre Solidaire, shows the extent and variety of activities held by civil society and various social movements from around the world in the framework of the UN Conference on Climate Change (COP21).
Just a few days ahead of COP21, how will climate justice be translated within the agreement to be reached? What are essentially CIDSE’s political asks towards COP21? And why must political action go beyond the negotiations in Paris?