Minerals, Climate Change and the SAMOA Pathway by Saleem Ali

The United Nations Small Island States conference (UNSIDS 2014) held in Apia Samoa in early September this year was a momentous gathering of international donors held after 10 years...
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Analyzing Outcomes from the UN Climate Summit

Today’s UN Climate Summit brought together more than 125 heads of state and government officials—the largest-ever climate meeting of world leaders. Leaders clearly demonstrated their understanding that the impacts of climate change are real...
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ECC Newsletter 2/2014

Read Edition 2/2014 of the ECC Newsletter with articles on how to strengthen water diplomacy to prevent future crises, the resource rush in the arctic and its environmental and geopolitical dimensions, and prospects of conflict-sensitive adaptation to address the security implications of climate change...
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Quote of the Month

“I do believe that climate has to be an issue that women and young people and the very poorest have their voices heard. I want us to think about the injustice of how climate is affecting those who are least responsible. And affecting them severely, reversing some of their development.”
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    Minerals, Climate Change and the SAMOA Pathway by Saleem Ali

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    Analyzing Outcomes from the UN Climate Summit

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    ECC Newsletter 2/2014

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    Quote of the Month

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  • 30 September 2014. Source: Ejolt
  • Cementing conflict in Guatemala

    On the night starting on the 19th of September 2014, at least 15 armed employees of the company Cementos Progreso fired on people from the El Pajoques community in San Juan de Sacatepéquez, Guatemala. They were peacefully resisting the destruction of their environment by a…

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