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Created on Wednesday, 09 December 2015 / COP 21 - Edition 4 - Energy and Water
Tags: Sustainable development, South Africa, energy markets, hydropower, water
Save water, produce energy, innovate to tackle climate change! Agathe Maupin from the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) paints a picture of the interconnected relationship between ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 09 December 2015 / COP 21 - Edition 4 - Energy and Water
Tags: renewable energy, MENA region, energy integration, water sustainability, solar power
Let the sunshine in: Climate change and Mediterranean energy market integration Looking forward to COP22 in Morocco, energy consultants Jonathan Walters and Silvia Pariente-David make the case for ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 09 December 2015 / COP 21 - Edition 4 - Energy and Water
Tags: climate, water, Intended Nationally Determined Contributions, adaptation, mitigation
Climate is water The World Water Council Secretariat on behalf of the #ClimateIsWater initiative underlines why water should be at the heart of any agreement: They claim climate is water.   Climate ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 09 December 2015 / COP 21 - Edition 4 - Energy and Water
Tags: Small Island Developing States, renewables, Green Climate Fund, water distribution, finance
The importance of renewable energy for water distribution in Small Island Developing States Norma Cherry-Fevrier from the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission urges governments ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 11 December 2014 / COP 20 - Day 10 - Cites, Urban Governance and Transport
Tags: typhoon Hagupit, typhoon Haiyan, natural disasters, resilience, loss and damage, Africa, COP20, UNFCCC, Philippines, mountains, ecosystems, urbanisation, culture, water, biodiversity
Reflections from COP20, Day 10 Atayi Babs from the Pan-African Media Alliance for Climate Change reflects on the COP20 demonstrations of solidarity with the people of the Philippines following Typhoon ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 11 December 2014 / Reflections
Tags: typhoon Hagupit, typhoon Haiyan, natural disasters, resilience, loss and damage, Africa, COP20, UNFCCC, Philippines, mountains, ecosystems, urbanisation, culture, water, biodiversity
Reflections from COP20, Day 10 Atayi Babs, Pan-African Media Alliance for Climate Change Upon entering the COP20 conference venue on Wednesday, I was met by over one hundred delegates from countries ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 / COP 20 - Day 9 - Mountains, Water and Oceans
Tags: water security, ecosystems, infrastructure, resilience, climate adaptation, agriculture, food security
Protecting our liquid assets International Water Management Institute’s Peter McCornick discusses the impacts of climate change on water, in the context of agriculture and food security, and presents ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 / COP 20 - Day 9 - Mountains, Water and Oceans
Tags: mountains, biodiversity, water security, ecosystems, glaciers, climate change, Andes, Himalaya
...  The Quelccaya ice cap in Peru showing the retreat of the ice tongue in 2000, where the closest shore of the lake shows how far this ice extended in 1978. Ice and water are defining ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 / COP 20 - Day 9 - Mountains, Water and Oceans
Tags: water security, water management, resilience, climate change adaptation, partnership, infrastructure, finance, capacity building
Water needs to be put on the global climate finance agenda Maika Müller from Global Water Partnership explores the need for leveraging climate finance to help strengthen resilience and improve water ... [ +++ ]
Created on Sunday, 07 December 2014 / COP 20 - Day 6 - Climate and Health
Tags: health, gender, illness and disease, water, human rights, adaptation, women, livelihoods
The fundamental link between climate change, health and gender Yeniva Massaquoi and Latha Swamy from Women’s Environment and Development Organization explore the intrinsic link between climate change, ... [ +++ ]
Created on Monday, 01 December 2014 / COP 20 - Day 2 - Climate and Energy
Tags: Renewable energy, fossil fuels, fracking, Mexico, human rights, water
Extractives industries: Dirty and thirsty technologies Nathalie Seguin from Freshwater Action Network-Mexico calls for a new approach to energy resource extraction and consumption, which recognises ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 23 July 2010 / Blog
Tags: security, climate change, ecosystems, water, destabilise, Middle East, Afghanistan, Kabul, MoD, Taliban, United Kingdom, government, terrorism, humanitarian disaster
The issue of security and climate change has, so far, largely slipped under the radar of the mainstream media and the general public. The reasons for this are legitimate. Climate change has so many ... [ +++ ]