30 December 2010
In November 2010, a shadow climate tribunal took place in Delhi, India. Supported by Oxfam, the tribunal was the first of its kind to take place in India. Kota Bai was a witness at the tribunal. Meet Kota Bai and hear her story.
17 December 2010
In November 2010, a shadow climate tribunal took place in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Supported by Oxfam, the tribunal was the first of its kind to take place in Bangladesh. Barek Majhi was a witness at the tribunal. Meet Barek and hear his story.
14 December 2010
For the past year we have all operated under the hangover of Copenhagen: the disappointment, suspicion, scepticism and disorientation. And while there was so much more that could have been accomplished at Cancun, the other side of these talks is a better place to be.
11 December 2010
UN climate talks are off the life-support machine, following a last-minute agreement that gives the Kyoto Protocol a lifeline. It establishes a global Climate Fund and, while falling short of the emissions cuts needed, lays out a path to move towards them.
10 December 2010
National self-interest and brinkmanship must not be allowed to sabotage the Cancun climate talks and risk reversing the progress made over the past two weeks, warned Oxfam on the penultimate day of the increasingly volatile Summit.
9 December 2010
Ethiopian farmer Lekea Borena spoke at the climate hearing in Oromia, Ethiopia, telling her story to several thousand people. Meet Lekea and hear her story.
7 December 2010
Ministers speaking for the first time this afternoon at the High Level segment at the UN climate talks in Cancun must show political leadership to ensure key agreements are made by the end of the week.
6 December 2010
Halfway through the Cancun climate talks, negotiators have an opportunity to make real progress on a fair global climate fund and climate finance, said Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland and Honorary President of Oxfam.