Copenhagen

Copenhagen

Africa speaks out on Climate Change

Emeritus Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mary Robinson, Honorary President of Oxfam International and former UN commissioner for human rights, will hear testimony from people living on the climate front line at a special tribunal in Cape Town.

Encouraging words but more substance needed at climate summit

International aid organization Oxfam welcomed encouraging remarks made by heads of state at the UN Summit on Climate Change, but cautioned that it remains to be seen if they will be translated into a fair, ambitious and binding global treaty in Copenhagen this December.

Now or Never

Climate change affects poor people first and worst.

Beyond Aid

Climate-related shocks are affecting the lives of millions of poor people with increasing frequency and severity.

Rich countries must not raid aid to pay climate debt

A new Oxfam report has today warned that at least 4.5 million children could die unless world leaders deliver additional funds to help poor countries fight the growing impact of climate change, rather than diverting it from existing aid promises.

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