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Youth Letter: Urging the COP27 Presidency to Take Action on Addressing Loss and Damage Caused by Climate Change
Youth climate activists release an open letter demanding that the COP27 Presidency take action to address climate-induced loss and damage. Read the open letter: Here Flooding from heavy rain have destroyed communities’ crops and houses, and roads, and, most tragically, resulted in people losing their lives, whilst leaving many others homeless and fearful. Poor communitiesContinue reading “Youth Letter: Urging the COP27 Presidency to Take Action on Addressing Loss and Damage Caused by Climate Change”
Losses and Damages from Climate Change are Increasing Rapidly in Countries that have Contributed the Least to the crisis – This is Frightening!
In late January, I texted a friend in Malawi to see how she was doing. She replied that it was raining heavily at the time and that her phone battery was about to die due to a power outage caused by the rain. Flooding from such heavy rain destroyed communities’ crops and houses, roads, and,Continue reading “Losses and Damages from Climate Change are Increasing Rapidly in Countries that have Contributed the Least to the crisis – This is Frightening!”
The final draft of the report on the Warsaw International Mechanism is out and this covers the evaluation of the mechanism’s performance. The Loss and Damage Youth Coalition developed this report by building on the research commissioned by Practical Action and conducted by independent researchers from the University College London (UCL). The metrics used areContinue reading “Warsaw International Mechanism Report”
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