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Environment

News / 15th November 2022

Media organisations worldwide have published a common view about the need for nations to cooperate, accept their moral responsibilities and fairly share the burden of tackling climate change.

News / 14th November 2022

As world leaders gather at the United Nations Climate Change Conference, the Climate Clock team is displaying reminders of a looming deadline and just how much high-polluting nations owe the Global South.

Report / 8th November 2022

The US should be paying nearly $40bn towards the $100bn climate-finance target, new Carbon Brief analysis shows. This is $32bn more than the estimated $8bn it actually gave in 2020.

Report / 22nd September 2022

In a new report on the impact of climate on food supply, Oxfam found a 123 per cent rise in acute hunger in the 10 countries with the highest number of UN appeals driven by extreme weather events.

Report / 22nd September 2022

オックスファムは、食料供給に対する気候の影響に関する新しい報告書の中で、異常気象による国連アピールの件数が最も多かった10か国では、深刻な飢餓が123パーセント増加していることを明らかにしました。

Report / 15th September 2022

2021年の幕開けと同時に、地球資源を分かち合う必要性は前例のないものでした。2021年のSTWRの活動と今後のプランについての紹介です。

Report / 15th September 2022

As the year 2021 began, the need for sharing global resources was unprecedented. Read more about STWR's activities in 2021 and our future plans.

Blog / 14th September 2022

To bring about a 'Great Leap' scenario, it is necessary to address the fundamental inequalities that are the root cause of the ecological crisis, writes Paul Virgo.

Blog / 14th September 2022

Human rights advocates could be more active in using human rights tools to transform economic thought and practice, particularly in holding private and public economic actors accountable for their actions.

Blog / 2nd September 2022

50 years ago, the report ‘The Limits of Growth’ was published — and its scenarios turned out surprisingly accurate. But we can still change course, writes Jayati Ghosh