We are hurtling faster and deeper into an ecological catastrophe that poses an existential threat to life on the planet as we know it. Even if we meet the global targets to reduce carbon emissions and global heating to below 1.5°C by 2030, it is no longer a question of when we will start to experience the impacts of human-made global heating, but for how long people and planet will experience cascading socio-ecological collapse.
Jarredine Morris, Senior Manager, Carbon Trust Africa “Loss and damage” is a term that has become an integral part of discussions on climate change, and it has become so entrenched
In response to the existential threat of climate change, a global energy transition involving a shift away from fossil fuel to renewable sources of energy is already well underway. This profound and relatively rapid transformation has been associated with many positive ‘tipping points’, such as the uptake of Electric Vehicles
An introduction to the 2023 IPASA Climate Change Initiative andhow philanthropies can advance their climate lens
Key takeaways from IPASA’s third Social Justice Workshop on 31 August.How and why two organisations that were not initially established to fund socialjustice interventions, decided to do so.