COP19 Warsaw: The Big Fights, Red Lines and Initial Predictions

by Anna Odell and Maria Alejandra Escalante Thousands gather in Warsaw as typhoon Yolanda (internationally named typhoon Haiyan) ravages the Philippines, leaving up to 10,000 people dead, hundreds of thousands of people displaced, and destroying entire communities and towns. This catastrophe, the largest typhoon in recorded history, cannot go unacknowledged, and those parties responsible for...

A letter to ministers and negotiators who care about people and the climate

Earth in Brackets fully supports this letter from social movements, farmers' organisations, civil society groups, faither-based organisations, youth, indigenous peoples, NGOs and networks present at UNFCCC COP18. The letter can also be viewed here.