Media Release: Richest Nations Spending 30 Times as Much on Military as Climate Finance

14/11/2022 As the world’s climate negotiators gather in Egypt for the 27th annual climate talks, a new report reveals that military spending is deepening the climate crisis by increasing emissions, diverting money and fuelling conflict in the most climate-vulnerable countries. The report, Climate Collateral, produced by the international research organisation, Transnational Institute, together with Stop … Continue reading Media Release: Richest Nations Spending 30 Times as Much on Military as Climate Finance

COP27 side event: Dealing with military and conflict related emissions under the UNFCCC

As part of a groundbreaking Blue Zone Side Event at COP27 on dealing with military and conflict related emissions under the UNFCCC, TPNS was invited to speak on the civil society perspective. It was organised by Ukraine and supported by CAFOD.  TPNS joined their colleagues at Perspectives Climate Group, who presented our joint publication Military … Continue reading COP27 side event: Dealing with military and conflict related emissions under the UNFCCC

Military emissions raised in the 57th IPCC meeting

Interventions made during the 57 th meeting of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) by Lindsey Fielder Cook, QUNO Representative for the Human Impacts of Climate Change, and supported by Alana M Carlson, Climate Change and Sustainability Programme Assistant, on behalf of Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC). "Thank you for your engagement to … Continue reading Military emissions raised in the 57th IPCC meeting