The Marshall Islands is one of the nations that is mostly effected by climate change. Called the pearls of the pacific, their citizens are at COP21 not as victims, but as climate fighters, trying to protect a beutiful treasure and community in the Pacific. This is a story of surviving climate change, and a story … Fortsätt läsa Interview with Broderick Menke from the Marshall Islands
Working as an observer is not an easy task at COP21. Following the technical negotiations is already very difficult, imagine reading a text in a language that you have barely heard before. Now imagine how could you read that text if you were blind. So this is how we feel: blind! It is a major … Fortsätt läsa False democracy at COP21
This will give you an idea of how slow the negotiations are going right now! — In other words: “Ooohh… we should help those poor people that they are losing their home… but do not count on me, I am not responsible!” Come on US, we all know who holds the historical responsibility and who … Fortsätt läsa LOL of the day
It has only been two days at COP, but certainly already a life experience. It is incredible how much can you learn and how much can you feel in such a short time. In such a visual event as the World Climate Conference it might be difficult to look inside. But in this blog post, … Fortsätt läsa Humanity and Nature. Feelings from COP21.
Full of energy a group of PUSH members arrived at COY11 on Wednesday. Together with 5000 other young people from around the world we are attending this 11th Conference of Youth (COY11), which takes place every year before the Conference of Parties (COP). Through seminars and workshops we get to explore a variety of themes … Fortsätt läsa PUSH 4 Change. Climate Justice Workshop at COY11