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Climate Change, Human Rights | 1 June 2022

Session 1 of the 2022 GCF Watch International Webinar Series

We talked about the GCF Watch Platform, we looked into the last two board meetings that have happened during 2022, and we discussed some of the key topics that are keeping CSO busy around the more

Climate Change, Human Rights, Indigenous Rights, Public Participation | 30 May 2022

What is a just energy transition?

The energy transition requires a structural transformation to build the right to energy. Learn about the guidelines that Latin America needs to follow in order to follow this more

Climate Change, Human Rights, Mining, Toxic Pollution | 19 May 2022

5 reasons to end coal extraction and use

These five reasons are at the same time arguments for the decarbonization of Latin America's energy more

Human Rights, Oceans | 14 May 2022

Latin American fisheries are at risk

That’s why Latin American trade ministers must continue to push for the elimination of subsidies in distant waters, helping to ensure that fish from their waters primarily reach their more

drawing of six indigenous communicators of the Americas

Human Rights, Indigenous Rights | 22 April 2022

The indigenous resistance, told in their own voice

Preserving the only planet we know from the climate crisis requires incorporating the ancestral knowledge of indigenous peoples in the design and implementation of more

Climate Change, Freshwater Sources, Human Rights, Toxic Pollution | 11 April 2022

In Peru, a High Court’s Opportunity to Combat Oil Spills in the Amazon

What happened in Peru highlights the importance of strategic litigation to preserve the Amazon as a key ecosystem to confront climate crisis, and to defend the peoples that call it more

Climate Change, Freshwater Sources, Human Rights | 30 March 2022

What you should know about the trinational alert to save the Pantanal from wildfires

In recent years, fires have seriously damaged and endangered the largest freshwater wetland in the world, the Pantanal, which sits at the shared border of Brazil, Bolivia and more

Human Rights, Oceans | 17 March 2022

In Chile, progress for indigenous participation in decisions affecting their territories

Chile’s Supreme Court ordered industrial salmon farmer Nova Austral to engage in public participation processes prior to authorizing the relocation of four farms into the Kawésqar National more

Human Rights, Oceans | 24 February 2022

Reaffirming the legitimate protection of the right to a healthy environment

We provided legal and technical evidence regarding the human right to a healthy environment and access to justice, enshrined in international more

Capacity Building, Climate Change, Human Rights | 15 February 2022

Climate litigation in Latin America and the Caribbean: Launching a regional platform

The launch of this regional platform is not only great news for Latin America and the Caribbean but also for the whole active global community that uses the Courts in favor of the more


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