Climate Voices


Diego Arguedas Ortiz: Central America fails to take advantage of energy from sun, wind and earth

Central America, a place of abundant wind and sunshine, is still chained to thermal power and large-scale hydroelectricity.

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Renee Juliene Karunungan: The Philippines needs legal defenses to survive climate change

The rainy season has come once again and for many communities in the Philippines, this means getting ready for strong typhoons.

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Caroline Kibii: Kenya – investing in wind energy

Caroline Kibil examines the potential for wind energy in Kenya.

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Kelly Rigg: 7 far-reaching findings in Dutch climate legal victory

Kelly Rigg argues that the Dutch climate legal victory could set precedent in cases around the world.

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Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga: The Pope to world leaders: Get serious about climate change

In a message that binds the ecological and social justice crises, the new encyclical makes clear that climate change is a symptom of the underlying social inequalities afflicting the global economy.

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Chris Wright & Jed Alegado: What the Philippines Can Learn from Morocco, Peru and Ethiopia

Adopt a Negotiator's Chris Wright partners up with climate tracker from the Philippines Jed Alegado to talk about what the Philippines can do to show its leadership in tackling climate change.

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Camilla Toulmin: A papal message reaching out to everyone

The papal Encyclical is a welcome call to action in the fight to protect the poorest in our societies from the impacts of climate change, says Camilla Toulmin.

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Anne Stauffer: Šefčovič should talk ‘health’ to make progress in Serbia

Maroš Šefčovič would do well to highlight the huge health benefits of climate mitigation and clean energy policies when he visits Serbia 10-11 June, writes Anne Stauffer.

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Chris Wright: Ethiopia’s inspires the UNFCCC

Ethiopia has become the first East African nation to announce its Climate Action Plan, at a staggering 64 per cent reduction by 2030.

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Leehi Yona: Why the G7 must be Canada’s climate change wake-up call

As the G7 meeting wrapped up in Schloss Elmau, Germany, a few hours away in Bonn negotiators were still trying to push through on proposed United Nations climate texts.

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