Onward from SB58 – AOSIS CLIMATE MEETINGS & ACTIVITIESAugust 17, 2023
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Spotlight on Sustainable Development: THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL VULNERABILITY INDEX (MVI)August 17, 2023
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Climate change: Which countries will foot the bill?August 3, 2023
“All countries that are able, must contribute to global climate finance,” said Ambassador Pa’olelei Luteru, who chairs the Alliance of Small Island States.
The bigger issue, Luteru said, is which of the poor and most vulnerable countries will be in line to receive it.Read More
Billionaire investor threatens to pull out of UK amid global outcry at new oil rushAugust 3, 2023
Dr Pa’olelei Luteru, the chair of the Alliance of Small Island States, which includes countries suffering some of the worst effects of global heating including Antigua and Barbuda, Fiji and the Maldives, said countries must heed the best available science that points to the need to reduce emissions by 45% by 2030, and reach net zero by 2050.
“We are seeing unprecedented climate events, with July breaking global temperature records. Our world is rapidly approaching the 1.5C warming threshold, which will result in catastrophic consequences for small island developing states.
“As we grapple with a climate crisis we did not cause, our developing islands are depending on the stewardship of the bigger countries to steer our world away from the worst impacts of climate change.”Read More
An Overheating Planet Requires Extreme Climate SolutionsAugust 3, 2023
“Michai Robertson, a senior advisor on finance for the Alliance of Small Island States, wants to go beyond these reforms to find additional sources of finance. He’s pushing for possible levies on fossil fuel companies or on the price of an airline ticket. It’s one way to fill funds that wealthy donor countries — who do the bulk of the flying and oil burning, on a per-capita basis — are unable or unwilling to.
“It is grossly unjust to be subsidizing fossil fuels on the supply side,” Robertson says. “It’s time to revisit and rethink what it means to give back in the context of climate.”Read More
Samoa and the Alliance of Small Islands States show climate … – The InterpreterJuly 14, 2023
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Simon Stiell: We Need a Roadmap for Unlocking Climate Finance – UNFCCCJune 22, 2023
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