Category: UNFCCC

Ten Reasons Why Climate Initiatives Should Not Include Large Hydropower Projects

Ten Reasons Why Climate Initiatives Should Not Include Large Hydropower Projects A Civil Society Manifesto for the Support of Real Climate Solutions Versi Bahasa Malaysia Large hydropower projects are often propagated as a “clean and green” source of electricity by international financial institutions, national governments and other actors. They greatly benefit from instruments meant to…

6 More Days to COP21

  Hello people, With 6 days to go before the COP21 takes place in Paris, let’s do some serious talk on climate adaptation and mitigation with Roxanne Low from Malaysian Youth Delegation. The terms “adaptation” and “mitigation” are two important terms that are fundamental in the climate change debate. The IPCC defined adaptation as adjustment in…

8 More Days to COP21

Hello people, With eight more days before COP21, I had a chance to get some precious insights from Mr.Richard Corlett about the coming COP21 and Malaysia….. Mr. Richard is the Lead Author for the Asia chapter of the Working Group 2 contribution to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).…

BFM explores the various issues on COP21

COP21 EPISODE 1: COP21 101 Climate change is expected to cost the world trillions of dollars in economic damage aside from the irreparable environmental impact some communities are facing even now. Considering the urgency, are our world leaders doing enough in the fight against climate change? On the 30th of November, COP21, also known as…

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