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Freshwater Action Network Mexico intervention in the stocktaking meeting for the post 2015 development agenda negotiations

26.jan.15 Nathalie Seguin, coordinator for the Freshwater Action Network Mexico was appointed for dialogue between delegations and Mayor Groups. Nathalie spoke on behalf of the Freshwater Action Network, advocating for human rights on specific goal of water but also human right based approach in all set of goals and prioritization of water for life, environments and food. 

Post 2015 stakeholder preparatory forum

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20/01/15 On january 16th took part the Stakeholders preparatory forum for the Post 2015 development Agenda negotiations, where representatives of different delegations were present and established a dialogue with different civil societies representatives. Please find the summary with the core debate and recommendations made.

Campaign Action 2015 starts: Global citizen mobilization

15.Jan. 15 The 2015 is a key year for the planet to get back on track. Three important meetings will be held :  Financing for Development Summit in Ethiopia in July, followed by the Post-2015 Summit in New York (September); and the COP 21 in December based in Paris.

Begins the first round of Sustainable Development Goals

From december 19th to 21st of janua

Implementing Principle 10 of Rio Declaration - FANCA

 

 

Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development refers to the rights of access to information, participation and justice in environmental matters. Recently was held a workshop on best practices for its implementation, so that they can be replicated in all the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.

Climate Summit 2014

16.oct.14 It is clear that the long- term solution to climate change lies in weaning the global economy off fossil fuels and onto a cleaner and more sustainable energy pathway in every country. But it is also clear that climate change is already wreaking havoc around the globe and that, in the short term, the world´s poorest and most vulnerable people need urgent support. 

 

Latin American Statement for Global FRACKDOWN day - Freshwater Action Network Mexico

16.oct.14 The development of hydraulic fracturing will have major consequences for the environment, society and energy sustainability in Latin America. Under the World Day Against Fracking (Global Frackdown), organizations of Latin American civil society warn about irreversible impacts that exploitation of unconventional oil through fracking is going to cause in the environment and society. 

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