A drive for climate justice
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
The 'We Have Faith' campaign caravan drove from Nairobi, through Dar es Salaam, Lilongwe, Lusaka and Gaborone – to the COP17 in Durban.
The campaign is the official pan-African, faith-based and youth mobilisation effort towards COP17 in Durban. It brings together all the key actors in faith-based and civil society organisations, youth movements and other climate change actors from all over Africa. The campaign believes that COP 17 delegates can find a lasting and sustainable solution to protect people and the planet from climate change. We demand action – while offering options and solutions.
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- Money starts trickling into Green Climate Fund
- Careful deliberations in the final hours of COP17
- Pressure mounts on leaders to deliver in Durban
- COP17: ACT member awarded best climate film in Durban
- Money and power
- An agreement about survival
- COP has five days to deliver, says ACT Alliance
- World can reduce global emissions from agriculture
- COP17 must favour public finance for climate adaptation
- Change the politics, not the climate
- Keep Kyoto agreement afloat, demand protesters
- Renewable energy: Africa can lead the way
- Caravan of climate justice reaches Tanzania
- Climate justice: sign the petition now!
- Climate action: what ACT is doing
- Holding out hope for a fair climate deal in Panama