Oslo, 12 December 2018 — On the 2nd day of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize Forum Oslo, the Norwegian Nobel Institute hosted a high-level congress of climate leaders, to examine climate change as a threat multiplier and related climate peace and security measures, as well as climate-smart finance and climate resilient urban planning.
The Resilience Intel Charter
San Francisco, 12 September 2018 — The Resilience Intel initiative is the primary operational outcome of the Acceleration Dialogues, a series of high-level climate action roundtables we have been supporting. ICDP supports the Resilience Intel Charter, because we view the work of aligning financial investment priorities with the health and resilience of natural systems as a system-level peacebuilding imperative.
The Path to 100% Climate-Smart Finance
Washington, 30 April 2018 — The Path to 100% Climate-Smart Finance is the report-back from the 11th Working Session of the Acceleration Dialogues series — a focused discussion of Economy-wide Resilience Intelligence. Participants explored technical challenges and collaborative pathways to achieving 100% climate-smart finance by 2038, through the building of the Resilience Intel climate-smart finance information service.
The Nayzul Declaration (full text)
Oslo, 22 February 2018 — The “Nayzul Declaration,” an outcome of the Nobel Peace Prize Forum and follow-up dialogue in Oslo on December 12, was signed by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Dr. Rigoberta Menchú-Tum, Grand Chief Edward John, Hereditary Chief of Tl'azt'en Nation and member of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Aili Keskitalo, President of the Sami Parliament and Chief Arvol Looking Horse, 19th Keeper of the Sacred Bundle and Spiritual Leader of the Lakota, Dakota, Nakota people.
Standing Rock is everywhere: one year later
In an article that appeared in The Guardian, Chief Arvol Looking Horse writes “One year after the closing of the camp at the Standing Rock Reservation, Standing Rock is everywhere ... Our collective water has been assaulted for many generations to the possible point of no return.” Photograph: Shane Balkowitsch