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Climate Change

After the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP 21 and CMP 11, was held in Paris, yet another United Nations Climate Action Summit is on the agenda, this time in New York City in September 2019.

In the mids of this summit, and while people worldwide go on Global Climate Strike to demand an end to the age of fossil fuels, we present a dossier on climate change and divestment opportunities.

This year, the month of July was the hottest since the beginning of weather records that shrank Arctic and Antarctic to historic lows, and still there is too much unawareness and denial around. Particurlarly, at a time when already more than 20 million people are displaced because of climate change, and countless suffer from extreme weather conditions all around the globe. As often, it's the weakest who are affected the most.

But this is not only about the devastating consequences of climate change, we also want to show and discuss how we, as citizens, can take political, legal and economic action to change the fate of our planet – and thus ours.

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