One hundred days after COP27, Juliet Suliwa Kasito looks back on the hard road to winning a loss and damage fund. Now, she says, campaigners must confront their next big challenge: pushing rich countries to put enough cash in.
Companies in the richest countries have still not agreed to climate measures that are in line with staying below 1.5 degrees. Danielle Smith and Hilde Stroot welcome new guidance from a UN panel, released at COP27, to push action by firms on corporate net-zero plans – and set out five key ways in which its recommendations will lead to climate justice.
With world leaders at COP27 under pressure to act on loss and damage finance, Juliet Suliwa Kasito shares insights from conversations in Malawi and Zimbabwe – and draws out recommendations for policy makers, including to focus more on ‘intangible’ damage, such as psychological distress
Loss and damage has been the defining issue at the summit in Egypt this week yet, despite fine talk about making the UK a “climate superpower”, the PM’s silence on the topic was deafening, says Oxfam GB CEO Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah
Sam Nadel on Liz Truss’s to-do list – and how you can demand action
After over 30 years of calls to help pay for the cost of climate impacts in poorer countries, the news this week that it may be on the COP27 agenda gives us a ray of hope. Now we need to seize the chance for real action, says Lyndsay Walsh
Oxfam GB CEO Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah explains why it is vital that leaders find the bandwidth to prioritise the climate crisis, to ensure promises made in Glasgow don’t ‘wither on the vine’ and to stave off even worse impacts of climate change
Ignored for decades by rich countries, ‘loss and damage’ is going to be high on the agenda at COP27 in Egypt. Oxfam’s Lyndsay Walsh explains what it is – and why we’ll be fighting for rich countries to pledge real money to address it
Oxfam press officer Kai Tabacek on glimmers of hope after Glasgow, not least the UK mainstream press at last paying real attention to the climate crisis
Oxfam was proud to be part of a global movement demanding climate justice at COP26. Oxfam GB CEO Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah reflects on what we can take away from the summit – and three priorities for next year’s COP27 in Egypt
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