Date and time: 18 Apr, 18:00 - 19:30
To register » A warm welcome to a panel discussion where we dive deep into the challenges indigenous peoples face today. Indigenous rights are human rights and we know that Indigenous rights are violated all over the world. At the same time, indigenous peoples are standing up and resisting, for their right to culture, history and language as well as for the right to continue to farm and use land […]
March 31, 2023, Calendar, Seminars, Webcast
When politicians promise a lot but do not live up to their promises, it is no wonder that people get annoyed. It's easy to lose hope - it's been a long time since I thought a climate conference would lead to results that actually work. It writes FUF correspondent Sofia Karlsson in a column. Photo: Derek Read. Source: Wikimedia Commons.
Of: Sofia Karlsson
At the beginning of June, the UN meeting Stockholm + 50 took place, to mark 50 years since the first international climate conference was held in Sweden. But despite a lot of commotion before the conference, it was mostly talk and a little workshop. It is still young climate activists who are forced to lead the fight for climate justice.
June 30, 2022, FUF-correspondents, Chronicle
The climate crisis is leading to increased extreme weather. South Africa is preparing, after last week's storm, for floods to continue to occur in parts of the country. Photo: Theresa Carpenter. Source: Flickr.
Of: Fanny Andersson
South Africa's increased rainfall has led to major floods and the death toll is rising every day. The President of South Africa believes that the country can expect more such storms as a result of the climate crisis.
April 21, 2022, Notis
- I have seen many reports, but nothing like the new IPCC report, wrote UN Secretary-General António Guterres after the publication of the UN Climate Panel's latest report.
Of: Moa Backman-Enelius
The UN's latest climate report shows that not enough is being done to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. No matter what measures we take today, we risk reaching an elevated average temperature of 1,5 degrees within two decades, according to Hoesung Lee, chairman of the UN Climate Panel.
March 15, 2022, Notis
Date and time: 10 Mar, 18:00 - 19:15
Information in English below. Climate change is today one of the biggest threats to global development. All the regions and populations of the world are affected. How are the regions of Latin America and the Caribbean specifically affected? What can adaptation to climate change look like and how can the negative consequences be counteracted? In a digital lecture with FUF Uppsala, Tania Guillén Bolaños talks about how […]
March 1, 2022, Calendar, Local group, Seminars, Educational activity
The destruction of Typhoon Rai in Debu City, Philippines. Picture from December 2021. Photo: Martin Michlmayr. Source: Wikimedia.
Of: Lisa Busch
About two months after typhoon Rai struck the Philippines, the damage is still great. More than 350 people have died and tens of thousands of people are still being displaced from their homes and lacking basic necessities.
February 17, 2022, News
The Manobo people live on the Philippine island of Mindanao. The area where they live has a thriving biodiversity. Photo: Keith Bacongco. Source: Flickr.
Of: Elise Olsson
In a world where almost all of the earth's ecosystems have been disturbed by climate change and a quarter of our animal species are endangered, there are areas that have been preserved as if they were untouched - despite the presence of humans there. These areas often have a thriving biodiversity and ecosystems are even healthier than in nature reserves. The common denominator is that these are areas inhabited by indigenous peoples.
November 15, 2021, Report