“Until the UNFCCC adopts strong safeguards against these corporate sponsorships, the flooding of the space with fossil fuel lobbyists, industry propaganda, and the annual greenwashing extravaganza around such COPs, the progress inside will be deeply limited, highly coopted, and dangerously absent.”
The number of delegates with links to fossil fuels at the UN climate summit has jumped 25% from the last meeting, analysis shared with the BBC shows.
For the U.N. plastics treaty to have the impact the world badly needs, we must keep corporations out of the negotiating room.
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Declaração de Rachel Rose Jackson, Diretora: Pesquisa e Políticas Climáticas da Corporate Accountability Este declaração também está disponível em inglês ...
Coca-Cola no es más que uno de los dieciocho auspiciadores, lo que suscita la preocupación de por qué las negociaciones, vitales para hacer frente al cambio climático,cuentan con auspiciadores corporativos.
Veintisiete Conferencias de las Partes (COP). Veintisiete oportunidades para evitar una catástrofe climática. Veintisiete oportunidades para salvar millones de vidas. Veintisiete momentos que podrían haber alterado el curso de la historia.
Twenty seven COPs. Twenty seven chances to avert climate catastrophe. Twenty seven opportunities to save millions of lives. Twenty seven moments that could have altered the course of history. Yet as the clock winds down on this year’s climate talks, COP27 is looking set to deliver another global failure…unless world governments can muster resolve in the 11th hour that has eluded them to this point.