Tag: global-actions

Application of Article XIII

EIA recommendations for the 77th meeting of the CITES Standing Committee

EIA prepared an analysis of key Article XIII compliance matters in key countries given their persistent non-compliance and/or significant roles in wildlife trafficking globally.

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Three Basins, Three Battlegrounds

Frontline communities defending their rights and rainforests against the onslaught of extractives in Brazil, DRC, and Indonesia

Explore three cases that underline the current threats that extractive industries pose to these key ecosystems, highlight the ways that Indigenous Peoples and local communities are resisting, and offer recommendations for strengthening forest governance from the ground up.

Meeting the Moment

Securing the Montreal Protocol’s Legacy in this Decisive Decade for Climate Action

Read EIA’s briefing with recommendations on key issues to be discussed at the 35th Meeting of the Parties (MOP35) in Nairobi, which can shape the Montreal Protocol’s legacy in delivering emission reductions during this decisive decade for climate action.

EIA Comments to OEWG-42

The Montreal Protocol has a vital role to play in addressing climate change as it becomes increasingly clear that we are currently not on the pathway to limit global temperature rise to below 1.5° Celsius. In these unprecedented times, this online meeting of the 42nd Open-Ended Working Group (OEWG-42), Parties will be considering several key […]

Search, Reuse and Destroy: Initiating Global Discussion to Act on a 100 Billion Ton Climate Problem

This report outlines the immediate need to act upon a 100 billion ton climate opportunity. Current climate pledges and action are insufficient, by a wide margin, to address the worsening climate crisis and meet the global target of containing warming below 1.5 °C. “Banks” of fluorinated greenhouse gases, which consist of ozone depleting substances (ODS) […]

Search, Reuse, and Destroy: How States Can Take the Lead on a 100 Billion Ton Climate Problem

Preventing emissions of fluorinated refrigerants such as HFCs from “F-gas banks” is the single biggest near-term strategy to reduce greenhouse gases. The IPCC special report on limiting global warming to within 1.5˚C also underlined need for faster and deeper HFC emission reductions beyond those anticipated under full implementation of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal […]