Content labelled as: Climate Change

Healthy Planet, Healthy People: Nutrition, Climate Change and Indigenous Food Networks

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The organisers of Earth Day 2022 have said that as a planet, we must “act (boldly), innovate (broadly), and implement (equitably).” This goal is admirable and – more importantly – imperative. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC...

Send My Friend to School Campaign Champions reflect on COP26

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Send My Friend to School is a UK coalition that brings together young people, politicians, teachers, civil society and the media in joint campaigning to demand quality education for all children across the...

September Grassroots Conference Call: Nutrition for Growth - it's time to commit!

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In our September grassroots conference call, we focused on the issue of nutrition, with just weeks to go now before the important Nutrition for Growth Summit in early December. But that's not all! With the UN climate conference (COP-26) coming up in Glasgow, there's a great opportunity to use...

May conference call recording now available!

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Our May conference call is now available for download! The call was joined by Amanda Segnini from the Brazilian youth-led campaigning group Engajamundo who spoke about the devastating impact of climate change in Brazil and the amazing campaigning that...

Global Goal 13: Climate Action and more support for small farmers

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As the new set of Sustainable Development Goals are launched this week in the U.N. it is clear that they will only be achieved if the effects of Climate Change are controlled. It is already too late to halt much of the damage caused by climate change and the need to adapt to the changing climate...

“Just one natural disaster away from losing everything”: how climate risk insurance can help protect the poor, #COP21 part 1

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By Catherine Blampied. This is part 1 of a three-part blog series that we’ll publish before, during and after the Paris climate conference COP21: look out for parts 2 and 3 coming soon. RESULTS campaigners do what they do because they share a fundamental belief: people in the developing world...

How climate risk insurance can help protect the poor, #COP21 part 2

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After a reported record-breaking 785,000 people across 175 countries took part in the Global Climate March (see some amazing...

Did the Paris Climate Summit Deliver on Climate Risk Insurance? #COP21 Part 3 – Guest Blog

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Guest blog by Dr Koko Warner, Laura Schäfer and Michael Zissener of the Munich Climate Insurance Initiative . This is part 3 of a three-part blog series that we’ll publish before, during and after the Paris climate conference COP21: check out...

January conference call recording is now available!

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In 2016, we will be campaigning on three important issues on which grassroots advocacy can have real impact, and which will potentially affect the lives of millions of people: TB; nutrition; and climate risk insurance. On this month's conference call, we introduced these new campaigns to...

Climate change is “biggest global risk”, but our humanitarian response is “too important to fail”: two major new reports

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Every year, as thousands of business and political leaders prepare to descend on the mountain resort of Davos in Switzerland to attempt to solve some of the world’s biggest problems, the World Economic Forum publishes its...


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