VANUATU AND THE CLIMATE VICTORY AT THE UN: THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE WILL RULE ON THE CLIMATE CRISIS
The Resolution submitted by Vanuatu to the United Nations General Assembly was adopted. More than 130 states supported the Resolution confirming common action to combat climate change.
THE IPCC AR6 REPORT THROUGH THE PRISM OF HUMAN RIGHTS
IPCC AR6 report confirms a human rights-conscious approach to climate change. Central now to ensure equity and social and climate justice in the fight against climate change. There is a close interdependence between human vulnerabilities and ecosystem vulnerabilities.
WOMEN’S DAY: GENDER EQUALITY & CLIMATE CRISYS
For International Women's Day, ICN decided to dedicate an article to the issue of gender equality regarding climate change and its adverse events.
FUR FREE EUROPE INITIATIVE, THE ETHICAL, SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF ANIMAL FUR PRODUCTION
On 16 March 2022, the FUR FREE EUROPE initiative was registered with the European Commission, which envisages the abolition of animal fur farms and fur sales throughout Europe. The reasons for collecting more than 1,530,000 signatures across Europe in favour of this initiative are manifold.
CIVIL SOCIETY TOWARDS COP27 HUMAN RIGHTS MUST BE AT THE HEART OF LOSS AND DAMAGE
The 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), will begin in just over a week, and the Egyptian chair, government representatives, technical experts, scientists, and civil society are preparing for another round of negotiations. Finding solutions for joint action on climate is dramatically urgent, but unfortunately the Parties seem to be showing no signs of breaking the stalemate created on key issues such as Losses and Damages and Climate Finance.