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Watch This! - Civil Society Newsletter
By Andrew Coiley on 30 Jun 2020

Watch This! – Civil Society Newsletter – Q2

COVID recovery needs environmental strings attached Dear members, colleagues and friends, Recent months have been testing times for so many, as the global pandemic continues to pull on the very fabric of our societies.  While many countries around the world continue to battle the health crisis, others are already looking at how their economies can start to recover from the impact. What should a COVID recovery…

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Watch This! - Civil Society Newsletter
By Chandrachur Ghosh/Shri. Suparno Satpathy (Guest Article) on 30 Jun 2020

Member’s insight: A case of Coal Phase-In for India

Under the Paris Agreement coal phase out commitments are a necessity if we are to meet the goal of staying below 1.5C warming. In recent years the world has witnessed increased divestment from coal and several OECD countries have already committed to dates by which they will no longer use coal for electricity generation. For…

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Watch This! - Civil Society Newsletter
By Andrew Coiley on 30 Jun 2020

What’s next for the aviation sector?

Interview with (Andrew Murphy – Manager, Aviation at NGO Transport & Environment) For decades the aviation industry has enjoyed favourable conditions to expand its operations throughout Europe with little consideration of their climate impact. At the start of 2020, few could have predicted that the sector’s carbon emissions would drop as sharply as they have…

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Carbon Market Watch News
By Kaisa Amaral on 29 Jun 2020

Carbon Market Watch Newsletter – June 2020

EU Green Deal at the heart of post-corona Europe Dear friends, Our leaders are hoping to clinch a deal in the coming weeks on the EU’s financial recovery package and the multi-annual budget. In September, we expect the European Commission to announce its proposal for an improved 2030 climate target. The science says that Europe…

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Carbon Market Watch News
By Kaisa Amaral on 31 May 2020

Carbon Market Watch Newsletter – May 2020

What kind of future do we want? Dear friends, The coronavirus debate is now very much focused on how to get our economies back on track, as governments ease up on the lockdown measures of recent months. Corporate lobbyists have been very active since the beginning of the turmoil. In our latest edition of the…

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Carbon Countdown podcast
By Kaisa Amaral on 25 May 2020

Corporate climate lobbying in the times of corona

Welcome to Carbon Countdown, a podcast by Carbon Market Watch covering all things carbon pricing, climate action and just transition Episode 2: Corporate climate lobbying in the times of corona Carbon Market Watch · [Carbon Countdown] EPISODE 2: Corporate climate lobbying in the times of corona Music: Ambient Technology by Joystock – https://www.joystock.org The Covid-19…

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Carbon Market Watch News
By Kaisa Amaral on 30 Apr 2020

Carbon Market Watch Newsletter – April 2020

Blank cheque bailouts to polluters are not the way out of the pandemic Dear friends, This week we heard encouraging messages from the Petersberg Climate Dialogue, an annual global meeting of environment and climate ministers. In their video statements (how else?), leaders from across the world vowed to deliver a green recovery. Their message was…

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Watch This! - Civil Society Newsletter
By Andrew Coiley on 31 Mar 2020

WT! -Climate action takes backseat as world fights virus

Watch This! Civil Society Newsletter   Dear members and colleagues, I hope this email finds you safe and healthy. This is the latest edition of the Watch This! – CMW’s civil society newsletter and it comes amid a time of uncertainly for many throughout the world. The selection of content for this quarterly edition had until only a few weeks ago,…

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Watch This! - Civil Society Newsletter
By Andrew Coiley on 31 Mar 2020

Climate action: learning from the corona response

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. — George Santayana   In recent weeks the City of New York reported a 50% increase in the number of cyclists traveling in and around the city to avoid using modes of transportation with higher risk of virus spread. Almost overnight the culture of face-to-face…

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Watch This! - Civil Society Newsletter
By Ed King (Guest) on 31 Mar 2020

COP26 in the year of health emergency

* Update: Since COP26 was canceled, please read accordingly * Briefing by  Ed King Global Strategic Communications Council (GSCC) COP26 + COVID19 – Media factsheet  As the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to worsen, major sporting, cultural and political events are either being postponed or cancelled. The UN’s climate body has announced it will not hold…

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