Forest Fire (6758 ha) in Brazil 29 Nov 2022

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Matosinhos stays close on resilience

2022-11-14T11:18+0100undrr (en)

The city leadership recognizes that citizens are on the frontline of understanding both the challenges and opportunities for strengthening their own resilience and that of the wider city. The municipality adopts a holistic approach under the overall umbrella of ‘building our resilience’.

INTERVIEW: Climate change is harming lives of indigenous people in Brazil: Chief Zebajaga Apurina

2022-11-12T13:51+0100ahram-EN (en)

, Saturday 12 Nov 2022. Wearing a traditional feathered headdress, Zebajaga Aqurina travelled to the 2022 UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Sharm El-Sheikh to deliver a message about the negative effects of climate change on the lives of his people in Brazil .

Bolivian protected areas hit hard by forest fires

2022-11-11T00:06+0100mongabay (en)

ROBORÉ, Bolivia Tucabaca Valley Municipal Wildlife Reserve comprises around 2,644 square kilometers (1,021 square miles) of semi-arid forest and scrubland in the heart of southern Bolivia’s Chiquitania region. But the reserve, like the region around it, was beset by wildfires this year.

Displaced, poisoned, jailed: Climate change victims confront world leaders

2022-11-10T19:17+0100opendemocracy (en)

by nations in the Global South for reparations for climate damage inflicted on them. Delegates are aiming for a decision on loss and damage “no later than 2024”. In the last few days, Austria, Germany and Belgium have joined Scotland and Denmark in committing to this funding.

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