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
climatemilitarism.org website live!
The website of the Arms, Militarism and Climate Justice working group, an informal network of researchers and activists committed to ending militarisation of the climate crisis, https://climatemilitarism.org/, is now live. CONTINUE READING
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
10 Talking Points for a Difficult Conversation
To mark UN International Day of Peace TPNS is releasing its latest publication How to Transform Defence for Sustainable Human Safety: 10 Talking Points for a Difficult Conversation.
Open Letter to UN Sec General as we enter 6th month of Russia’s invasion
As we enter the sixth month of the Russian invasion of Ukraine TPNS has written an Open Letter to Antonio Guterres. It calls on him to consider concrete proposals that address runaway military spending and excess profits by defence companies. Is excessive military spending coupled with defence industry excess profits a legitimate source to tap … Continue reading Open Letter to UN Sec General as we enter 6th month of Russia’s invasion