Report backs from the UN Climate COP in Paris

Here you will find the latest analysis from the UN Climate Conference in Paris last December on our Paris Climate COP blog page. Stay tuned for more alternative viewpoints and analysis of the conference and its outcomes. To read the posts, click… Read More

Corporate COP21 Special: A Tour of Paris’ Lobbying Hotspots

Join AITEC, ATTAC France, Corporate Europe Observatory, l’Observatoire des Multinationales and the Transnational Institute for a guided ‘lobby tour’ of Paris’s climate criminals, with a special focus on the ongoing UN climate talks in the French capital, COP21. With information… Read More

WATCH: Women Speak for Climate Justice on the Road to COP21

Women from WECAN International recently published this video speaking up for climate justice leading up to COP21 in Paris. Want to keep up with the latest information leading up to the conference, which will be held from Nov. 30… Read More

The Paris attacks make climate protests more important than ever

Courtesy of our friends at Global Justice Now.   By Nick Dearden It will be deeply ironic if climate activists from around the world are among the first to fall foul of France’s emergency powers. Of course, those campaigners have nothing… Read More

Call to support citizen events on climate to build a world of justice, sustainability and solidarity

The following call to support citizen events on climate to build a world of justice, sustainability and solidarity comes from Attac France. Note that the sign on letter is in French. At the bottom of the page, simply include your… Read More

After the massacres of Paris: Dread, revolt, action

From our allies at Attac France who are mobilizing in Paris against the upcoming UN Climate Talks. In the aftermath of the massacres of Paris, members and supporters of Attac, in unison with the French society, feel horror… Read More

COP21: Tadzio Müller on what the climate summit should deliver

Tadzio Müller with the Rosa-Luxemburg-Foundation recently published a piece on the UN climate summit in Paris is certainly important. Müller points out “that an agreement in Paris is unlikely to include a number of urgently needed policies, and may instead constitute a shift… Read More

Pablo Solón on the Paris Climate Conference – COP21: A new disguise for an old agreement

by Pablo Solón The Climate Paris Agreement carries with it the shadow of the Cancun Agreement and like it, will fail. Both Agreements are based on voluntary pledges that prioritized the interests of polluting corporations and governments rather… Read More

Climate Activists May Be Blocked From International Climate Conference in Paris

Basta! reports that the French government is set to reintroduce border controls leading into December’s International Climate Conference in Paris with the implications that activists planning on mobilising during the conference will be blocked out. As of 13 November, citizens… Read More