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Annual Impact Report 2014

Posted on December 19, 2014 at 5:05 am in News | annual report carbon climate impact justice law litigation majors | 0 comment

“They tried to bury us. They didn’t know we were seeds.” Mexican Proverb The work of the Climate Justice Programme over the past year has been one of seeding great things. We have been working innovatively in the space of climate law and policy to create new pathways to climate justice. As you prepare to […]

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Seeing REDD: Complaints and Grievance Redress Mechanisms

Posted on December 17, 2014 at 11:30 am in News | 0 comment

The Climate Justice Programme has released a report in November 2013 Seeing REDD: Complaints and Grievance Redress Mechanisms. Access to Justice and REDD+  related to complaints and grievance redress mechanisms which seeks to highlight the importance of such mechanisms in the context of REDD+ (Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) REDD+ has a number […]


Civil society calls for loss and damage in new climate agreement

Posted on December 11, 2014 at 6:51 am in News | 0 comment

Civil society groups, including the Climate Justice Programme, have joined together to call for loss and damage to be addressed effectively and separately from adaptation under the new post-2020 climate agreement. The world’s poorest and most vulnerable people, communities and ecosystems are bearing the brunt of devastating impacts from climate change, and that developing countries […]


Discussion Paper: Opt-out process and developing countries

Posted on December 5, 2014 at 3:10 am in News | Carbon Majors climate Climate Justice developing countries differentiation discussion paper equity meinhard doelle opt-out | 0 comment

The Climate Justice Programme (CJP) and the Heinrich Boell Foundation (HBF) have released a new discussion paper by Professor Meinhard Doelle on equity and the proposed fossil fuel levy. The paper is entitled ‘Opt-out Process for Developing Countries’. The CJP and HBF have proposed that fossil fuel producers (the “Carbon Majors”) should pay for the […]