COP26: States risk bulldozing human rights of people most affected by the climate crisis

Amnesty International is deeply alarmed that human rights, particularly of Indigenous peoples, local communities, women and workers, are in danger of becoming a casualty of COP26 negotiations, as states are looking to put in place harmful mechanisms for the expansion of carbon markets without strong safeguards to ensure real emission reductions and robust human rights guarantees to protect people who will be most affected by these measures.

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