African Climate Dialogues

Tasneem Essop. Credit: Courtesy Photo

Global Civil Society Network Urges African Unity “against climate injustice” During COP27

Oct 18, 2022

There is need for Africans “to stand united” in their fighting “against Climate injustice” ahead of the UN climate conference COP27 scheduled to take place in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, from November 6-18, the Executive Director of Climate Action Network (CAN), has said.

A poster announcing the October 17 press conference. Credit: Courtesy Photo

Climate Change is “structural sin”, Bishops in Africa Say, Demand World Leaders’ Action

Oct 17, 2022

Members of the Symposium of Episcopal Conference of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM) have joined other faith-based and civil society actors in demanding that world “decision makers” act fast to address the climate change crisis, which they say is a “striking example of structural sin.”

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Launched African Climate Dialogues Focusing on “realities, experiences”: Catholic Entities

Jul 22, 2022

The African Climate Dialogues (ACD) that were launched Tuesday, July 19 seek to deliberate on key issues related to the climate crisis ahead of the planned 27th Climate Change Conference of Partners (COP27) scheduled for November 6-18 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, the International Cooperation for Development Solidarity (CIDSE) has said.