This is ActionAid's press statement on the opening of the COP25 climate negotiations in Madrid in December 2019.
ActionAid responds as leaders of the nations most responsible for the climate crisis fail to deliver solutions.
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
On Nature Day at COP26, ActionAid responds as 45 countries including the UK pledge to protect biodiversity and cut emissions from agriculture. Read the response here.
New research: Local food and fuel prices more than triple in some of the world’s most at risk communities
The cost of food, fuel and fertiliser in some of the world’s poorest communities is soaring, with families spending double, triple and in some cases nearly four times what they were paying before
As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) releases its hard-hitting report on climate impacts, ActionAid is calling for a global system to support climate vulnerable countries to rebuild
Harjeet Singh, our global climate lead, writes about young people leading the fight for climate justice.