Finance in Common Summit: Public Development Banks must Deliver on the World We Want
10 Nov 2020
Originally posted as an op-ed article READ: Full CSO statement The world faces the gravest global health crisis in a century, intertwined with the rising social and economic inequality, the sixth mass extinction of species and record-breaking ecological and climate disasters. Against this backdrop of global upheaval, we call on public development banks meeting this […]
CAN Reaction to the US Elections
9 Nov 2020
The Biden-Harris administration has won this victory on the back of a strong grassroots movement that has laid the groundwork for the fight for democracy, and transformative climate action. We salute and stand by our friends and allies in the United States who worked so hard to make this happen and together we will fight […]
Blog 5.11.20 Finance in Common – An opportunity for bold climate action
5 Nov 2020
The Finance in Common Summit will be the first ever meeting of all 450 public development banks including the Multilateral Development Banks as well as regional and national development banks from across the globe The summit takes place on the 11th and 12th November and is organised by the AFD (French Development Agency), with the backing of President Macron and UN Secretary General Gutteres. It was due to take place in person in Paris but unsurprisingly has been moved online due to the pandemic.
US Withdrawal from the Paris Agreement
4 Nov 2020
The formal withdrawal of the US today from the #ParisAgreement comes amidst a shifting tide of public support for urgent and far-reaching action to stop the climate crisis. Poll after poll show that the American people want climate-friendly policies. As the US formally exits the #ParisAgreement, the world is moving forward. China, Japan and South […]
Blog 26.10.20 World Bank Annual meetings – Bolder Action Needed.
26 Oct 2020
The World Bank Annual meetings which took place virtually last week, saw calls from Big Shift Coalition members and many others for the bank to green its COVID-19 response, to stop funding fossil fuels and contribute to building the world we want.
World Bank Annual Meetings – Bolder Action Needed
26 Oct 2020
The World Bank Annual meetings which took place virtually last week, saw calls from Big Shift Coalition members and many others for the bank to green its COVID-19 response, to stop funding fossil fuels and contribute to building the world we want. While President Malpass, who has been notably muted on climate since his appointment by […]
Blog 19.10.20 Off target: World Bank’s fossil fuel addiction keeps energy poor countries in the dark
19 Oct 2020
The world is faced with an accelerating climate crisis. People who live in poverty in low and middle-income countries have contributed the least to climate change, yet they are the most vulnerable to its impacts. They are often directly dependent on natural resources to sustain their livelihoods. The impact of climate change is already putting a stress on these resources. Food shortages, increased food prices and lack of access to water are just some of the consequencesof extreme weather events, such as drought and flooding.
Blog 12.10.20 World Bank Annual Meetings – Investments in fossil fuels are not acceptable
12 Oct 2020
The 2020 World Bank Annual meetings are taking place virtually this week in the context of the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, the increasing impacts of the climate crisis and the growing calls for a just recovery that tackles these overlapping crises.
How to engage and participate in the collective push
11 Oct 2020
Share this teaser video on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook with CAN Executive Director Tasneem Essop’s message – here are suggested messages to go with it Look out for the comms pack and digital assets and repost the videos according to the set schedule or share your own stories Use the hashtag #WorldWeWant, change your profile […]
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9 Oct 2020
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