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Egypt: much more than COP27

By Joy Kennedy After the surreal bubble of the Sharm el-Sheikh Congress Center on the Sinai Peninsula where the international ...

ACT, WCC and WCRC congratulate Colombia on appointment of four women to peace negotiation team

ACT Alliance, the World Council of Churches and the World Communion of Reformed Churches sent a joint letter to President ...

COP27 from a distance: prayer and advocacy

Faith based organisations including ACT Alliance were able to send a few members as delegates to COP27, the annual UN ...

The ups and downs of COP27 

By Mattias Söderberg This year's climate summit, COP27, is now over. As in the past, it was a complicated meeting ...

COP27 Blog: Increasing climate change resilience in Palestine 

Dr. Ahmad Safi Climate change is real. As I write this, it is happening at faster than expected rates. The ...

COP27 concludes with a big breakthrough for the most vulnerable

Climate-induced loss and damage, situations where adaptation is inadequate or no longer an option, is a growing threat around the ...

COP27 Blog: The struggle for gender justice in climate negotiations

By Manal Shehade This last week at COP27 has been eye-opening, frustrating and inspiring. Most importantly, as we approach the ...

Press release: Faith leaders urgently call for increased ambition in closing days of COP27

November 17, 2022 Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt Faith leaders from around the world at COP27 have watched with concern as the ...

COP27 must deliver a loss and damage finance facility

The stakes for Loss and Damage have never been so high at a COP. Even before it started, negotiators spent ...

Faith leaders urgently call for increased ambition at COP27

Faith leaders from around the world are among the thousands of civil society members at COP27, the UN climate conference, ...