As world leaders wind up the historic 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly today, people’s movements across Asia and global civil society organizations called on governments to tackle debt, tax avoidance and evasion, and public financing of fossil fuels in response to the present multiple crises.
Communities and citizens ’ groups from different parts of Asia and the world join public opposition against the Adani Godda power station in Jharkhand, India. Through an Open Letter to Prime Minister Nahendra Modi, 119 organizations from 17 countries urged the Prime Minister to cancel the power project.
APMDD’s reaction to the statement of AIIB President Jin Liqun at the launch of the AIIB-Amundi Climate Change Framework on September 9, 2020 that the bank will not finance any coal-fired power plants and any project functionally related to coal
Reaction to the report of the Asian Development Bank’s Independent Evaluation Department calling on the bank to revisit its energy policy and align its policy to its 2013 commitment to withdraw from financing new coal-fired energy projects
APMDD is a regional alliance of peoples’ movements, community organizations, coalitions, NGOs and networks. APMDD believes in social transformation that is all encompassing and interrelated: it is economic, political, cultural and environmental and has class, ethnicity/race and gender dimensions.