Submission: funding arrangements to respond to Loss and Damage

For more than 30 years, Latin American civil society has put on the table the urgency of recognizing Loss and Damage as the third pillar of the Paris agreement, demanding the establishment of additional, predictable and predictable funding arrangements.

COVID-19 Cannot Delay Climate Action

This year’s annual United Nations climate conference (COP26) was officially postponed until 2021, a decision made on April 1 by the COP Bureau of the UNFCCC, in consultation with the United Kingdom and Italy, due to concerns over the coronavirus. The conference was originally scheduled to take place from November 9 to 19 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Bolsonaro is Unfit to Lead on COVID-19 and Climate

Bolsonaro’s alarming response to the COVID-19 pandemic in many ways parallels the ultra-right leader’s handling of the climate crisis. By refusing to listen to experts in the scientific community and take aggressive action to mitigate the impact, as well as his prioritizing short-term economic growth over everything else, he has proven himself unfit to lead.

Workshop on Climate Justice and Ethics

La Ruta del Clima is pleased to announce it will be co-hosting a workshop on climate ethics with the collaboration of Earth Charter International and the support of the Sfaira Foundation later this month.

Side Event: Climate Emergency and youth

At COP25, Sustentabilidad Sin Fronteras supported by La Ruta del Clima will hold the parallel event Climate Emergency: The role of youth in social and political influence.

March for Climate COP25

The Climate March is an activity that takes place every year during the United Nations Climate Summit. The COP25 Climate Summit changed location by the Chilean government and is now held in Madrid. This conference was scheduled to take place in Chile but unilaterally and suddenly decided to take away from Latin America. This decision […]