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Greenhouse gas: the “window is closing”

A transformation of the economy is no longer an option but an indispensable choice. That’s what emerges from the Emission Gap Report 2022. by Roberto Barbiero, APPA  – In the center of the image there is a small window that is closing, revealing a landscape made of flowers, water and woods. All around a gloomy […]Read More

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Brazil’s return to negotiations

On the last Thursday, November 10th, 2022, an event was held at the COP that saw the discussion of plans for environmental policies by Brazil’s newly re-elected president, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. By Federica Dossi Translation: Fernanda Filiú, AJN Brazil – Lula’s election rekindled hope in terms of deforestation, and much was said of […]Read More

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Together for a sustainable future

TOGETHERBAND’s global campaign to promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals By Amanda Costa Translation by Daniele Savietto – Hello my climate cuteness! 🙂  Do you know someone with a heart so pure that it overflows? Or has a smile so sweet that you just smile back? Or who carries an energy so good you just […]Read More

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Indigenous peoples threatened by large “green” projects

“Safeguarding the rights of Indigenous Peoples in business-driven climate action” is the side event that informs us about the colonial logic that is threatening the lands of indigenous peoples to create large renewable energy plants. By Emanuele Rippa – Yesterday afternoon at the COP27 a side event focused on the need to safeguard the rights […]Read More

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“We have to think like adults because you cannot”

Leah Namugerwa, a young Ugandan climate activist, caught the attention of those present in her speech at the opening ceremony of COP-27, reminding that there is no more time for ‘big untouchable polluters’ By Graziella Albuquerque Translation: Álvaro Samuel – Today we participated in the opening of COP-27. The ceremony was opened by the President […]Read More

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Mountains in Sharm El-Sheikh

It might seem a paradox but also in Sharm El Sheikh, one of the world’s most famous snorkeling destinations, there is a focus on mountains. By Emanuele Rippa – It happened yesterday, in one of the rooms of the huge Sharm El Sheikh complex that is hosting COP27, there was a focus on mountains. And […]Read More

The numbers of global warming: closer and closer to no-return

by Roberto Barbiero and Lavinia Laiti (APPA) / translation by Lavinia Laiti – “We are on a highway to climate hell with our foot still on the accelerator”. Thus the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres declared at the opening of Cop27, which officially kicked off yesterday in Sharm El-Sheikh.  To understand the seriousness […]Read More

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From Brazil women speak for the climate

Brazilian women active in the environmental struggle took the floor at the “Women in climate action” event, the first in the “Brazil Climate Hub” pavilion at COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh. By Emanuele Rippa  – This morning the first event of the “Brazil Climate Hub” pavilion was held at COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh. The […]Read More