FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 9 September, 2021     GAIA Joins International Civil Society to Call for COP 26 Postponement   Manchester, UK–GAIA joins international civil society in calling on the UK Government and the UNFCCC Bureau to postpone COP 26 until they can ensure a...

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Waste-to-Energy on ADB’s Energy Policy Working Paper

We, the Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA) and our allied networks, are writing to state our unequivocal opposition to the continued support of the Asian Development Bank on waste incinerators with energy recovery or waste-to-energy (WTE). The...

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Climate education, for a better tomorrow

Zero Waste Tunisia (ZWT) believes that environmental education, more specifically climate education, is essential to mitigate climate change and ensure a sustainable future. Ignoring climate change and keeping the ‘business as usual’ approach has caused irreversible changes to our world, which we have witnessed over the past century. It is time to think and act differently!

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Resilience in the midst of turbulent circumstances:

One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) experienced a resurgence of infections and dramatic loss of human life, as a result of a third wave that colossally hit many Africa countries in the past months.

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On the front lines of zero waste islands – ’Taka ni mali designers’

At least eight million tons of plastic ends up in our oceans every year. Floating plastic debris is currently the most abundant item of marine litter. To address this plastic menace, the Centre for Environmental Justice and Development (CEJAD) has partnered with the Wasini Island and Shimoni community to establish a demonstration centre for plastic reuse, recovery, and recycling.

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