The Glasgow Agreement

The Glasgow Agreement is a commitment by organizations of the climate justice movement to create an alternative tool for action and a space for strategy and coordination inside the climate justice movement, taking a step away from negotiations with governments and international institutions. It will create territorial inventories of disaggregated emissions and create social plans to stop climate chaos and usher climate justice in the next decade.

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A youth holds a placard as she participates in a climate strike to protest against governmental inaction towards climate breakdown and environmental pollution, part of demonstrations being held worldwide in a movement dubbed "Fridays for Future" in Hyderabad on September 20, 2019. (Photo: Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images) Views
Monday, November 16, 2020
Glasgow Agreement, A Plan of Our Own
We are once again at a crossroads. The COP-26 in Glasgow has been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but the climate collapse may already be upon us, with warning signs coming simultaneously from all around the world: the forest fires in California, in the Amazon and Pantanal, the floods in...
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