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CAN is the world’s largest climate network with more than 1,500 members present in over 130 countries. CAN strives to ensure that our national and regional nodes inform the global strategic framework of the network to influence change and secure climate justice.

Though a conscientious process of engaging the network and renewing values and priorities, CAN is focused on aligning with other movements and stakeholders in the climate space and beyond, such as with trade unions, justice groups, youth movements, the women and gender constituency, faith groups and Indigenous People’s networks.

To unlock this potential, CAN aims to strengthen bottom-up principles to become a grassroots- and movement-driven network. We are committed to unpack, understand and transform power structures and privilege in the world and within our own network.

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Webinars

14 Jun 2021

Climate Communications Training (Upcoming)

Effective Communications to Support Advocacy in a Digital World 19 July 2021 | 1400-1530 UTC 26 July 2021 | 0700-0830 UTC Register here. Digital transformation (the integration of digital technology into all areas of our lives) is fundamentally changing the way we work. It is an inescapable reality that all sectors need to grapple with, […]

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10 Jun 2021

Building back better: COVID recovery, resilience building and societal transformation

CAN Executive Director Tasneem Essop speaks at the ECCA 2021 – 5th European Climate Change Adaptation Conference on “Building back better: COVID recovery, resilience building and societal transformation.”

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