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Track 0 and Sabin Centre for Climate Change Law Host Roundtable on the Role of Climate Litigation in the Post-Paris World at COP22 Side Event

On Friday 11 November 2016, Track 0 co-hosted a Climate Litigation Roundtable as part of Climate Law and Governance Day 2016, a COP22 side event organised by the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law and the Centre for International Governance Innovation. Track 0 partnered with the Columbia University Sabin Centre for Climate Change Law in […]

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Track 0 Celebrates Entry into Force of the 2015 Paris Agreement

The 2015 Paris Agreement becomes legally binding on 4th November 2016, a record 11 months after its adoption by the twenty first Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21) held in Paris. As of today 94 of the 197 Parties to the UNFCCC have ratified the Paris Agreement. This […]

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Track 0 supports launch of Leonardo DiCaprio’s film Before the Flood

Leonardo DiCaprio is launching a film that explores the causes and effects of climate change, and lays out the case of urgent action and a rapid transition away from fossil fuels. The film, called Before the Flood, is free to watch online from 30 October following this link. Track 0 is one of 30 NGOs […]

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ClientEarth highlights the UK Government’s failures under the Climate Change Act

Environmental organisations have been highlighting the shortfall in the UK’s actions to achieve its national climate change commitment for some time. Now, a formal legal challenge has been lodged by ClientEarth under the UK’s Climate Change Act (CCA) – the first legislation in the world to legally commit a nation to binding emissions targets. The […]

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Track 0 CEO Farhana Yamin travels to the Pacific Region

Track 0 CEO Farhana Yamin travelled to the Pacific region in February, first visiting Palau to attend the 16th Micronesian Presidents’ Summit (MPS). The 16th Micronesian President’s Summit was held on February 22nd and brought together President Hilda Heine of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, President Tommy Remengesau of Palau and President Peter Christian […]

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Climate Warriors: Track 0 founder & 12 wonderful women featured in Vogue

Track 0 Founder and CEO, Farhana Yamin has been featured in Vogue amongst 13 inspiring women fighting for an ambitious Paris Agreement at COP21 over the next two weeks. In the video below, the climate warriors are interviewed by Cameron Russell, a model and climate activist from the US.

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#Week1: Scaling up Climate Finance | Track 0 Helps Launch New Initiative

Track 0 has joined a new initiative calling for scaled up climate finance from all interested parties to complement commitments of public funds made by Governments. Along with Ceres, Carbon Tracker Initiative, Climate Bonds Initiative, E3G, SynTao Green Finance and Sindicatum Sustainable Resources, we propose that there are 3 key actions to help plug in essential infrastructure […]

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#Week4: China and France Joint Communique Calls for Long-term Goal from Paris Agreement

A joint Presidential communique on climate change, between the Chinese and the French Presidents has called for a long-term goal in the international Agreement expected out of Paris by the end of this year. The statement, published on the 2nd of November 2015, states that: “3. China and France emphasize that the Paris agreement must send […]

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#Week 5 Buddhist & Catholic Leaders Add Their Calls for a Long-Term Goal

In the wake of Pope Francis’ Laudato’ Si Encyclical and the Islamic Leaders Declaration, the Dalai Lama and 14 Buddhist leaders from across the world have issued a Buddhist statement on climate change, calling on world leaders to spur a global, low-carbon transformation by phasing out fossil fuels and phasing in 100% renewable energies. “We […]

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#Week9 CAT & Track 0 analyse how iNDCs could be improved with ambitious decarbonisation plans

Energy modellers at Track and the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) say governments must pledge to reduce emissions further, and draw on their report ‘Who’s Getting Ready for Zero?’ to demonstrate that zero is possible. The 1st of October 2015 marks the deadline for countries to submit their emission reduction targets for 2025 and 2030, known as INDCs […]

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