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23 June 2016

Report highlights new prospects for holding corporations accountable for human rights impacts of climate change

Author: Keely Boom, Julie-Anne Richards & Stephen Leonard, Climate Justice Programme (Australia)

"Climate Justice: The international momentum towards climate litigation", Jun 2016...

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Article
14 December 2015

Why are human rights essential to a global climate regime?

Author: Ayeen Karunungan, human rights advocate, openDemocracy (UK)

…The issue of climate change has long ceased to be just an environmental issue…Climate change has become a serious threat to even the most basic fundamental human rights…It has even become a threat to the very existence of some peoples…there will be...

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7 December 2015

Paris Climate Talks: The Question Rich Nations Don’t Want To Answer

Author: Thom Mitchell, New Matilda (Australia)

…The industrialisation of now-rich countries has bequeathed saline, flooded and increasingly useless soils to Maina Talia…A climate activist…Talia told a…side event at the United Nations talks that “the loss of culture, heritage and land, to us, is...

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Article
27 October 2015

Commentary: "5 ways to litigate on climate change"

Author: Claudia Delpero, on Road to Paris

[E]xperts at ClientEarth, a non-profit group promoting environmental protection through litigation and advocacy, predict that governments and businesses will be increasingly challenged for failing to address global warming. Here are the five main...

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Article
14 September 2015

Pacific Islands call for fossil fuel moratorium due to irreversible loss & damage to their peoples caused by climate change

Author: Pacific Islands Development Forum

"Suva Declaration on Climate Change"...

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2 November 2014

Pacific Islanders Take on Australian Coal

Author: Suganthi Singarayar, Interpress Service

This past Friday, 30 ‘climate warriors’ from 12 Pacific Island nations paddled traditional canoes into the sea...to prevent the passage of eight of some 12 ships scheduled to move through the Newcastle port that day...The warriors hailed from a range...

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30 September 2011

India, Bangladesh & the Philippines lead the world in number of products made by child labourers according to US Dept. of Labor report

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Article
30 September 2011

[PDF] U.S. Department of Labor's 2010 Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor

Author: US Dept. of Labor

This report contains information on the worst forms of child labor and efforts to eliminate this exploitation in 125 independent countries and a summary report on 19 nonindependent countries and territories...The report focuses exclusively on the...

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Article
6 March 2007

U.S. State Department Country Reports on Human Rights Practices 2006: Tuvalu

Author: U.S. State Department Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor

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Article
16 July 2003

Editorial: Suits against agents of climate change

Author: Nassau Guardian [Bahamas]

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