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Mind the ‘Gap’! A programme for gender participation in climate policies

By | November 29th, 2017|Chiara Soletti, Citizen Journalist - Tolerance & Inclusion|

Chiara Soletti At the Conferences of the Parties (COP) for negotiations on climate policy for just under a decade various interest groups - referred to as 'Constituencies' - have existed and operate within the sphere of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to promote policies and projects relevant to their values ​​and [...]

Social justice involves access to renewable energy

By | November 23rd, 2017|Chiara Soletti, Citizen Journalist - Climate & Energy|

Chiara Soletti During sessions of the Conferences of the Parties the UNFCCC organises meetings dedicated to the most urgent climate issues. Yesterday a Gender Day was held at the COP23 Conference, a day dedicated to gender rights and the various adversities that women and men have to contend with in relation to climate change. On this [...]

Reproductive health as a form of resilience to climate change

By | November 17th, 2017|Chiara Soletti, Citizen Journalist - Poverty & Development|

Chiara Soletti The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights published the first Report on the relationship between human rights and climate change at Geneva in March 2009. This was indeed an important moment for the international community because the social, cultural and economic consequences of the phenomenon were formally recognized. Climate change exacerbates the state of discrimination [...]

Bonn: US indecision and China and India’s new leadership in the field of energy production

By | May 18th, 2017|Chiara Soletti, Citizen Journalist - Climate & Energy|

Chiara Soletti Two days after the end of the UNFCC intermediate negotiations held in Bonn, the debate continues with regard to the impact of the Trump Administration's decisions with respect to the environment. From the very beginning of the negotiations, the United States have sent out signals that are not very encouraging, participating in [...]