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Exhibition organized by Centre for Environmental Justice held parallel to Asia Pacific Adaptation Network meeting in Sri Lanka form 17-19 October 2016.

Good energy, Bad energy Exhibition

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Peoples in Asia are among the most threatened by climate change – a crisis induced by unabated fossil fuel use of a global capitalist system's inexhaustible drive for profit, private wealth and accumulation.

Reclaim Power 2016: A call for urgent action to put an end to dirty energy

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Civil society groups are paying close attention to whether the Korea Exim bank could be accredited of Implementing Entity of GCF.

Korean Federation for Environmental Movements urge Kexim Bank to end Coal Financing

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We, the undersigned civil society organizations in Sri Lanka, wish to bring to your notice the serious misunderstanding of facts and ground reality in the ITAP review of climate adaptation proposal from Sri Lanka.

CSOs in Sri Lanka urge the GCF to approve Project Proposal

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Church groups, concerned citizens, social movements, and civil society organizations are about to launch Piglas Batangas! Piglas Pilipinas!, a national campaign initiative against coal and other dirty and harmful energy.

Piglas Pilipinas: PH part of global movement to end fossil fuels