COP 21 NEWSLINE
LIVE FROM THE UN CLIMATE TALKS IN PARIS
In 2015 INTO is sending a strong delegation led by Oliver Maurice and made up of volunteers and staff from our member trusts.
See regular reports from Oliver and the team here:
- Fit for the Future (Weekly blog, 4 November 2018) A blog by Catherine Leonard, Secretary-General
Recently I attended the Fit for the Future ‘Network Harvest’ here in London. Fit for the Future is an environmental sustainability network of charities, heritage organisations, cultural venues, public sector bodies and others. These groups work together in order to become more climate-friendly, adaptive and resilient. Once a year, the Fit ...
- Museums for climate justice We are posting this to share with you an email we received today:
I am writing to share with you a new video series, Taking Action on Climate Change, created by the Alberta Museums Association, the Coalition of Museums for Climate Justice and Shadow Light Productions. The videos address ways in which museum staff and ...
- New Zero Carbon Britian Report launched today! We received this information from our friends at the Zero Carbon Britain.
This summer the climate crisis became horrifically real for people experiencing record weather extremes from the United States to Japan and Bangladesh. We have produced the largest survey yet of scenarios for switching to climate friendly energy, and the good news is that they ...
- It’s happening NOW! People across the planet are Rising for Climate. Message received from our friends at the Rise for Climate Team!
Today, right now, people across the planet are Rising for Climate.
In 95 countries, at 850 events, we’re coming together to march, sing, and rally. To Rise together: for our climate, for justice, for a world free from fossil fuels.
You and I, and thousands of others, ...
- Free Livestreaming with Preservation Leadership Forum Upcoming Livestreaming Events: Climate Change and Intangible Heritage
Forum would like to invite you to two upcoming livestreaming events on Forum.SavingPlaces.org. Join both of these events online:
September 7: The Living Heritage Symposium will gather cultural heritage experts—from policy-makers to activists—working together to develop best practices for the treatment of cultural heritage, including intangible heritage.
September 12: The ...
- Yvette Dzakpasu interview during Talanoa Dialogue at UNFCCC Yvette Dzakpasu shared our stand in Bonn during COP 23.
This is an interview she did while in Bonn.
- Climate Heritage Mobilization Website Launched!
THE FOLLOWING IS A LETTER RECIEVED FROM OUR GOOD FRIENDS AT Climate Heritage Mobilization.
Friends of the Climate Heritage Mobilization,
We have launched the website for the Climate Heritage Mobilization and the Climate Heritage Network! The URL is: www.climateheritage.org. From this site you can register to attend the CH Mobilization, sign up for ...
- Rising sea levels come at steeper cost.
Rising sea levels come at steeper cost
Rising sea levels bring the prospect of more violence and expense. Four new studies confirm the menace of the waves.
By Tim Radford
LONDON, 2 March, 2018 – Delay in slowing rising sea levels is dangerous. Each five-year delay in limiting global carbon emissions into the atmosphere now will increase sea ...
- US/ICOMOS resolution on US involvement with World Heritage
In response to the US’s announced withdrawal from UNESCO, and recent information that the Trump administration is radically reducing US engagement in World Heritage matters, including by the NPS & State Department, US/ICOMOS has produced a resolution urging the US to maintain full engagement in the World Heritage Convention:
Resolution on the Engagement by the ...
- The devil’s in the COP 23 detail (From the Climate News Network) For a probably final look at the UN climate conference in Bonn, a Canadian writer explains what the COP 23 detail means.
By Mitchell Beer
OTTAWA, 21 November, 2017 – A key takeaway from this year’s United Nations climate change conference (COP 23) is that, when it comes to putting a practical foundation under the high-minded pronouncements ...
- Leaving on a high! The 8th blog from COP 23 How time flies when you are enjoying yourself though somehow the end came almost too suddenly and as I walked away from the Bonn Zone on Friday afternoon and left behind the memories of all the great people I had met during the previous 2 weeks, I felt a distinct tinge of sadness. Having said ...
- UN Climate Talks: We really are all in the same canoe
“We’re all in the same Canoe”
With these words, the Prime Minister of Fiji opened proceedings at the UN climate change talks in Bonn last week.
Hosting a COP (Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) is an expensive and complicated business, so while the Pacific Island of Fiji holds the ...
- What a Reception! Blog 7 from COP 23 Leonardo DiCaprio, on being presented with the Best Actor Award at the 2016 Oscars, rather than thanking his family etc. said this:
“Climate change is real, it is happening right now. It is the most urgent threat facing our entire species, and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating. We need to support leaders ...
- People Power. The 6th Blog from Bonn It is amazing how the Bonn Centre, where all the exhibitions and pavilions are based, has filled up at the start of the second week. There has been talk of 25000 expected at the COP but it seemed relatively quiet during week one. All that has now changed and the queue at the German Pavilion ...
- A weak end to the weekend! The sun hasn’t shined yet during the 8 days that I have been in Bonn, at least not as far as I am aware although it is fair to say that in the Conference complex it is hard to know what is going on outside. At least the journey to and from my Airbnb has ...
- Gore and More – Oliver’s Blog from Bonn The Indonesian and Fiji Pavilions have played their part in some of the more noteworthy events that I have attended. On Thursday Hashim Djojohadikusumo and Willie Smits gave an excellent joint presentation on their agroforestry scheme which is effectively about restoring deforested areas in Indonesia using sugar palm planted in a mix of other trees. ...
Anika Molesworth is also providing an INTO Farms perspective on the INTO Farms website. Click here to read it.
Three of our team have done COPTV presentations:
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