Disabled people ‘neglected’ by the majority of Paris Agreement countries

Researchers say governments are falling far short of their obligations to protect the rights of disabled people

Activists arrested after protest at Scottish oil terminal

Protestors locked themselves to the entrance of the Nustar Clydebank oil facility

UN: ‘Climate change causing thousands to flee their homes’

Violence driven by warming temperatures is breaking out in Cameroon – leading to more than 30,000 being displaced or attacked

Climate Action Network Europe calls for release of environmental activists in Belarus

The organisation claims some of its local members have been detained unjustifiably and says it “is deeply concerned about their safety”

UN steps up commitment to protect environmental rights defenders

People defending the environment have faced violence, including killings and sexual violence, smear campaigns and other forms of intimidation

‘Climate apartheid’ will see millions of world’s poorest severely impacted

A UN Special Rapporteur has warned if current climate targets are met, tens of millions of people will be impoverished, leading to widespread displacement and hunger

Energy giants collaborate on human rights supply chain engagement

They aim to establish an industry framework for supplier assessments

UN launches Environmental Rights Initiative

Almost four environmental defenders are said to be killed per week – with the true total expected to be higher – and many more harassed, intimidated and forced from their lands