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  1. ISDS carve-out: Gus van Harten

    30 November 2015
    Multi-media

    Public talk by Professor Gus van Harten, presenting the findings of
    his recent report "An ISDS carve-out to support action on climate
    change”. 

  2. Frontline Communities lead the struggle

    11 December 2015
    Multi-media

    Parallel to the climate conference in Paris, social movements and allies within the ‘Global Convergence of Land and Water Struggles’ discuss climate justice and real solutions to the climate crisis.

  3. Convergence assembly: trade, investment, climate change and corporate power

    09 December 2015
    Multi-media

    John Hilary, Diana Aguiar and Brid Brennan discuss how we need to move beyond reformist politics in a convergence of citizens, organised citizens, organisations social movements, trade unionists, peasants, women organisations, and indigenous peoples to reclaim sovereignty over the resources of the planet. 

  4. Peoples Conference model of inclusion offers only path forward on climate change

    14 May 2010
    Article

    The Peoples' conference on climate change showed that a global movement, much larger than anyone imagined and with firm proposals, has coalesced and gathered strength

  5. South Africa: The ANC government’s ‘talk left, walk right’ climate policy

    Patrick Bond
    03 February 2011
    Article

    South Africa's Green Paper addressing the UN climate talks in Durban is riddled with false solutions and selective information, distracting from genuine answers to the global climate problem.

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    How to cure the post-Copenhagen hangover

    Patrick Bond
    28 December 2009
    Article

    Copenhagen unveiled that the leading southern countries are willing accomplices in climate crime to the rich nations, while the hope remains with the rising power of the climate justice movements.

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    Partners in Climate Crime Infographics

    19 November 2013
    Article

    Why has the UN allowed 13 corporate partners, many deeply responsible for climate change, to sponsor and influence climate talks in Warsaw? An infographic from a series that illustrates TNI/CEO's COP19 guide to corporate lobbying.

     
  8. TTIP: Leaked EU trade proposal would prevent Paris climate promise to end fossil fuel era

    11 July 2016
    Article

    Leaked TTIP documents show the EU is promoting unrestricted trade in fossil fuels and working to limit the implementation of clean energy policies, just months after the bloc proudly claimed to have “been at the forefront of international efforts towards a global climate deal”

  9. TNI at COP21 - Paris

    12 November 2015
    Article

    Many of the TNI staff, researchers and fellows will be in Paris during the 21st Climate Conference. Activities that they will attend or hold themselves will be listed on this page. 

  10. COP21 charades: Spin, lies and real hope in Paris

    Nick Buxton
    19 April 2016
    Article

    The Paris COP21 talks failed to deliver a meaningful result, judged from either a scientific or social justice point-of-view. However it did reveal the presence of an increasingly sophisticated and powerful climate justice movement that heralds the most hope for a just response to the global climate crisis.

  11. A Burning Wake-Up Call

    Boris Kagarlitsky
    02 September 2010
    Article

    Russian authorities and much of the Russian public have pretended up to now that there were no costs to privatisation of forests and that there was no climate crisis. We have to hope this year's fires and heatwave causes a change in policy.

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    Really inconvenient truth

    Saul Landau
    04 February 2010
    Article

    Most political leaders face a challenge they refuse to acknowledge: to gain control of runaway climate change they must abandon convenience, the unchallenged assumptions that place the corporation as means and ends of policies.

  13. Power without responsibility? The rise of China and India

    Praful Bidwai
    16 September 2010

    As the Asia-Europe Summit gets ready to meet in early October, what are the implications of the rising power of Asia for progress on tackling poverty, inequality and climate change?

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    China: The Prince of Denmark

    Walden Bello
    21 January 2010
    Article

    Like Hamlet, Shakespeare's conflicted Prince of Denmark, China was caught between conflicting currents in Copenhagen. Its failure to manage these challenges led to its biggest diplomatic debacle in years.

  15. The real divisions over climate change

    Herbert Docena
    10 December 2015
    Article

    As the world faces catastrophic climate change, the bigger fight is not just between ‘developed countries’ and ‘developing countries’ or between ‘big polluters’ and ‘the people’

  16. Power behind the scenes at COP19: a visual

    19 November 2013
    Article

    Want to know why UN climate talks rarely make progress or invest in false solutions like carbon trading. A visual expose of the lobby groups that block and distort progress to address climate change.

  17. Durban and the climate change deniers

    Praful Bidwai
    29 November 2011
    Article

    The EU could play a valuable role in preventing another flawed climate deal if it neutralises the US and brings other ditherers on board while starting talks on future obligations for the emerging economies.

  18. Jaitapur draws blood

    Praful Bidwai
    28 April 2011
    Article

    Indian protest against nuclear power plans are answered with violent oppression. The brute force used to counter the public protests only worsens the situation and already has claimed one life.

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    Energy and Climate Change: C+

    Daphne Wysham
    22 January 2010
    Article

    In his first few months in office, Obama did take some significant actions to address climate change, but failed to follow through.

  20. Cancun: The Next Chance for Democratic Solutions to the Climate Crisis

    Janet Redman
    02 December 2010
    Article

    American traditional homegrown democracy at a global level: how about allowing the countries that already bear the heaviest burden to step up to the microphone?

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