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  • Laos is heavily dependent on traditional agriculture and is highly vulnerable to climate change impacts such as flooding (Photo: Magalie L'Abbé, Creative Commons via Flickr)

    How I learnt to make my voice count at the UN climate negotiations

    A junior climate negotiator from Laos explains how a recent training workshop gave her the tools to navigate the complex UN climate talks and the skills to push for more positive outcomes for the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) from these crucial international exchanges

    23 July 2018 | Blog | Climate change
  • Timbuktu, Mali: A woman pours water from an irrigation canal onto her garden. Mali's climate-resilient agricultural plan will promote better irrigation systems (Photo: Marco Dormino/MINUSMA)

    Least developed country leaders say "follow us" to tackle climate change

    The unsung heroes of the UN climate summit were the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), says Achala Abeysinghe

    6 October 2014 | Blog | Climate change
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    Time to join the dots on environmental murders

    In recent days the blood of environmentalists has flowed once again. A man in China got beaten. A man in Thailand was shot dead.They are just the latest in a long, and fast growing, list of people whose exposure of environmental crimes has made powerful men their enemies.

    28 February 2013 | Blog | Communication
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