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18 September 2018

Les engagements du Global Climate Action Summit font monter la pression d'un cran en matière d'ambition climatique mondiale

(SAN FRANCISCO, États-Unis) 14 septembre 2018 – Lors du Global Climate Action Summit de cette semaine, les dirigeants d’entreprises, les administrations locales et la société civile se sont engagés sur plus de 500 actions et ont détaillé de nouveaux programmes afin de travailler ensemble à la réduction des émissions globales.
20 July 2018

Investigative report reveals on palm oil

A new Eyes on the Forest (EoF) report reveals how palm oil illegally grown inside a national park and surrounding areas in Sumatra – home to elephants and tigers – appears to enter the supply chains of the biggest palm oil producers and traders operating in Indonesia.
3 July 2018

World’s largest tropical rainforest national park announced

Serranía de Chiribiquete National Park, located in the heart of the Colombian Amazon, was expanded today to 4.3 million hectares, making it the world’s largest national park protecting a tropical rainforest.
22 March 2018

Climate Change: Staying below 1.5C warming limit would protect lives, economy and nature!

In this guest post by Joe Bongay, discover more about the importance of staying within the 1.5˚C temperature change and what that means for Earth.
18 January 2018

2017’s temperature trend turns up the heat on climate action

The official figures are in: 2017 is among the three warmest years on record, according to an announcement today from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
23 November 2017

After COP23, time to join the dots

Momentum is a precious commodity in the climate talks. With the complexity of the negotiations, the enormous inertia working against progress, and the urgency of the need to reduce emissions, maintaining forward motion is vital.