Developed nations must help reduce wealth inequality, climate vulnerability
Deep social change often come from people, social movements and civil society organisations, rarely from top down
The developing countries are united in their demand for the establishment of the Sharm El Sheikh Finance Facility for Loss and Damage (SSFFLD) at the end of the climate conference later this week.
The young population in the coastal villages want to develop their skills and knowledge and advance their career.
The ongoing energy war is worsening impact of climate change
Even after 31 years of advocacy, lobbying and dialogues, no dedicated finance has yet been delivered under the UNFCCC.
At no other point in human history has a cause proved more urgent than tackling climate change.
Despite demands from climate-change-affected countries, the issue of loss and damage has been contentious at the global forum.
The threats resulting from climate warming and loss of nature are no longer theoretical, but a brutal reality.
There is a great need for an annual “Accountability COP” to hold those who have pledged to act against climate change to account.