Climate Change

Deadline in Doha

Deadline in Doha

By Emilie Johann, guest blogger in Doha for CIDSE Overall, discussions have been difficult and ministerial roundtables have taken several thorny issues from the technical to the political level. Will Ministers be up for the challenge to inject some political will and move beyond national interests to respond to the urgent needs of the poorest ...

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Wake up call for the Doha climate talks

Wake up call for the Doha climate talks

By guest blogger Roeland Scholtalbers, CIDSE Media & Communication Officer in Doha After a week of negotiations with little to no progress, Ministers arrive in Doha among increasing uncertainty about a positive outcome of the climate talks. Once a modest fishing village, Doha rapidly transformed into a busy capital of a rich nation when enormous ...

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Mongolia goes to Doha

Mongolia goes to Doha

Even though – in the eyes of climate change decision-makers - the problems of Mongolia may not even amount to 1% of the world’s climate change issues, they are gradually worsening. On the ground, Caritas Mongolia intervenes by implementing a Food Security Project introducing Passive Solar Greenhouses, absorbing natural solar warming and releasing it to the vegetables.

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Do the right thing at Doha climate talks

Do the right thing at Doha climate talks

Droughts across West Africa, storms smashing into North America and the Caribbean, glaciers melting faster than imagined: the impact of bad and unusual weather patterns were clearly visible in 2012. But what was less clear was the political and public will to make the sacrifices necessary to address the driving forces behind climate change and ...

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