Caravan of hope: Malawi takes the lead

Joseph Kabiru writes:

Hundreds of Malawians took to the streets of Lilongwe on 18 November to receive the Caravan of Hope in perhaps the biggest public show of support for Africa’s part in the climate change meeting in Durban, South Africa later this month. 383 more words


Cancun: do we have enough time?

On the way in to land at Cancun Airport the aeroplane banked suddenly, throwing quite a few loosely strapped passengers against their neighbours. Apparently, so the captain told us, another plane had had some trouble taking off below us and when it finally did, it flew straight into our landing path. 519 more words


Climate Justice: Strength to carry on

I have been reflecting on the events of the past weeks in Copenhagen and in my mind likening the ups and downs of ‘deal, no deal’ to a ride on Nemesis at Alton Towers.  600 more words


Climate Justice: Copenhagen leaders' shame is our challenge

Sitting in our hotel lobby, there’s a sombre atmosphere amongst our fellow campaigners who alternately reach for the large communal pot of steaming coffee in an attempt to keep alert. 618 more words


Climate Justice: The view from outside

Whilst negotiations stalled within the Bella Centre, most of us in Copenhagen were waiting anxiously on the outside to find out what was happening. As of Tuesday, access to the talks has been severely restricted. 637 more words


Climate change: We will not give up

CAFOD’s Katy Harris reports from the Bella Centre in Copenhagen where campaigners are calling for world leaders not to give up on a fair and ambitious climate deal. 17 more words


Copenhagen: Voice from Bangladesh

CAFOD’s Bangladesh partner Umme Kulsom talks from Copenhagen about her concerns for the future of her country

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