ACT Alliance recognises that climate change is a threat to lives, livelihoods and to the whole of creation. Climate change exacerbates poverty and inequality and undermines the ability of communities, particularly in developing countries, to enjoy a full life with dignity. ACT members are witnessing and responding to the many incidences of floods, droughts, sea-level rise and other extreme weather events that are affecting communities and undermining peace and development initiative.

In response, ACT Alliance’s climate justice programme aims to protect communities in the wake of extreme weather events and long-term climate adaptation and mitigation while enhancing community resilience and addressing climate-induced economic and non-economic losses and damages at the national and international level.

ACT Alliance, through its advocacy, development and humanitarian programming, undertakes climate justice work within its national and regional forums and has committed in its Global Strategy (2019 – 2026) to strengthen the programmatic nexus between climate change, sustainable development and humanitarian response from a faithhuman rights, and gender justice perspective.

 

community voices

 

 

[BLOG]: Earth has enough for everybody’s needs, not greed here.

Message to rich countries at COP25: “What you are doing here is sinful, immoral and unethical” here.

[Blog]:  How could investments in climate change prevent future conflicts? here.

 

resources

 

 

[Report]:  Climate Finance for Addressing Loss and Damage: How to Mobilize Support for Developing Countries to Tackle Loss and Damage here.

[Report]: Enhanced Climate Action n Response to 1.5°C Global Warming: Scaling up Nationally Determined Contributions here.

[Report]: Limiting Global warming to 1.5°C: The Climate Risks and Irreversible Losses We Must Avoid here.

[Guide]: A Resource Guide to Climate Finance: An orientation to sources of funds for climate change programmes and action  [ENG, SP] here.

[Toolkit]: Towards the Ambitious Implementation of the Paris Agreement: A Toolkit for National Level Advocacy [ENG, SP] here.

 

media

 

 

[Press Release]: Climate talks on hold, while global warming continues here.

[Press Release]: People of faith begin 10-month global prayer and action chain for the climate in run-up to COP26 here

[Press release]: Climate summit ends with disappointing results here.

 

movement building

 

 

Our ACT Now for Climate Justice Campaign continues to be an instrumental platform for mobilising faith communities and ACT members and forums around the world. The campaign builds on our belief that together we build a more sustainable and resilient world that cares for creation.

Here you will find a few of our most recent Campaign Related highlights!

[Photo Gallery]: COP25 Climate March here.

[Photo Gallery]: Interfaith Dialogue: A Talanoa dialogue in Madrid on the eve of COP25 here.

[Photo Gallery]: Ecumenical Service on Climate Justice at the New York Climate Action Summit (2019) here.

[Photo Gallery]: ACT Marches with tens of thousands of young people, demanding climate justice in New York here.

 

 

To learn more about how to join our Climate Justice work contact:

Joanna Patouris joanna.patouris@actalliance.org or Arnold Ambundo Arnold.Ambundo@actalliance.org,  ACT Alliance’s Climate Justice Reference Group (GJG) Focal Points

Mattias Söderberg, Co-Chair of ACT’s CJG: msd@dca.dk

Patricia Roy Akullo, Co-Chair of ACT’s CJG: prak@dca.dk


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