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The 25th UN climate conference (COP25) in Madrid ends today with little to no progress on supporting survivors of climate disasters in the Global South.
Voices from the climate justice movement urge ministers to stop US interference and improve outcomes on finance for climate survivors
Madrid, 11 December 2019 – ActionAid raises concerns that midway through the second week of UN climate talks, proposals for supporting survivors of climate disasters are being watered down.
Madrid, 06 December 2019 – As the UN climate conference (COP25) rolls into week two, progress on finance for the ‘loss and damage’ caused by climate change continues to be blocked by developed
COP25: Woman farmer from Malawi speaks out against use of chemical fertilisers
This is ActionAid's press statement on the opening of the COP25 climate negotiations in Madrid in December 2019.
Over 150 NGOs call on developed countries to stop using bullying tactics to block funding for climate disasters
As world leaders gather for the UN climate summit in Madrid, more than 150 organisations alongside climate activists Naomi Klein and Lidy Nacpil, have written to environment ministers calling for a
ActionAid is among 152 organisations, movements and unions, that have signed an open letter calling for a new fund to support survivors of climate disasters in the Global South. Ahead of the UN
New analysis sets out how much responsibility the wealthy countries behind the climate crisis must take for the devastating impact that rising global temperatures are already having on developing