SciDev.Net – the world’s leading source of reliable and authoritative news, views and analysis about science and technology for global development – is focusing on the ‘road to climate justice’ as part of its Spotlight series.
Spotlights are collections of articles, including interviews and features, which give readers a more in-depth analysis of an issue to see how current events might unfold based upon what happened in the past.
The latest Spotlight maps out the long and difficult road to climate justice for frontline communities with a collection of articles that include interviews and features to give readers an in-depth analysis of the issue.
The climate special follows the 2021 COP26 global climate summit – regarded as one of the most important in history yet climate-vulnerable states in the global south, SciDev.Net suggests, walked away feeling that they had been abandoned by wealthy countries.
The collection of articles includes an editorial ‘The long road to climate justice’ by Fiona Broom, Deputy Editor, Features at SciDev.Net, an opinion piece ‘World ‘needs climate watchdog’ to keep eye on govts,’ and four features ‘Cop 26 climate summit: facts and figures,’ ‘Can COP26 live up to the climate finance hype,’ ‘Road to COP27: nature, people and carbon markets,’ and ‘Smallholder farmers sow the seeds of COP27.’
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