Media Centre

CAN is an important, critical voice in the international climate policy process. The network’s regular press briefings and commentary help journalists and their audience make sense of what can be a baffling process, even to those who have been covering it for years.

CAN helps coordinate and amplify the communications work of its 900 members around major international climate processes. CAN also provides an important capacity building role for some members interested in boosting their communications efforts.

Media Contacts:

To get a briefing on the latest developments in climate policy, to join our media list or to be connected with a spokesperson from a CAN member organization, please contact our head of international communications coordination, Ria Voorhaar, at rvoorhaar (at) climatenetwork.org 

News Releases

September 23, 2014 - 4:29pm

The UNSG's Climate Summit today contributed to the growing sense that the fossil fuel era is ending and delivered some momentum towards an international climate agreement to be signed in Paris next year, according to civil society groups organized in two major networks.

September 23, 2014 - 7:04am

Pacific civil society groups are extremely disappointed Australian and New Zealand leaders will not join island neighbours at a global climate summit in New York this week.

September 21, 2014 - 5:45pm

Contact: media@peoplesclimate.org, +1- 917-719-6672

Conservative Crowd Count:  310,000+ Join People’s Climate March in New York City, Over Half A Million Join Rallies Around the World 

September 20, 2014 - 11:22am

ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability will take part in the People's Climate March on 21 September 2014. A delegation of mayors from pioneering cities will be participating to the march in New York and in cities globally.

September 18, 2014 - 3:05pm

MEDIA ADVISORY -- For Planning Purposes 

September 18, 2018 

Contact: media@peoplesclimate.org 

 

Press Tip Sheet for People’s Climate March  

Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, U.S. Senators, and Celebrities join over 100,000 people in the largest march for climate action in history