Thousands of people in Nairobi marched last week to call for climate justice. Photo: Oxfam

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Oxfam response to Bonn Intercessionals climate negotiations

Negotiators have given themselves the tools to build a stronger deal in Paris, but governments must now put them to good use. Oxfam will continue to press for a climate deal for the world’s poorest people. Exclusion of civil society from the process that has characterized the meeting in Bonn must not be a precedent for Paris.

A fisherman stands where he collects scrap metal in the Philippines

Fair Shares: A civil society equity review of INDCs

This report is an independent review assessing the commitments that have been proposed ahead of COP21, this December in Paris. It shows that there is still a big gap between these proposals and what it will take to avoid catastrophic climate change and presents recommendations on how  this could be changed.

Rough seas ahead for climate talks, Paris deal still on the horizon

Another year of increasingly extreme and destructive weather and new political momentum were not yet enough to boost the ambition of UN climate talks in Peru. The decisions made in Lima do not foreclose the possibility an agreement in Paris, but do little to improve the odds of success.

Oxfam reacts to UNFCCC climate finance estimates

The UNFCCC report on climate finance says that between $340 and $650 billion in finance for climate action is flowing globally with $40-175 billion going to developing countries each year. This report on climate finance makes one thing abundantly clear: only a small proportion of climate finance is flowing from developed countries to developing countries.


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