UN human rights experts have called on the Chinese government to provide information about nine Tibetans imprisoned for their peaceful efforts to protect Tibet’s environment, which is crucial to the entire region.
In the latest World Heritage Watch Report, the International Campaign for Tibet calls for reviewing the status of a Tibetan nature reserve that received a controversial UNESCO World Heritage Site inscription five years ago.
This report collates and analyzes information on 50 cases of known Tibetan environmental defenders who have been reportedly persecuted since 2008.
Ahead of World Environment Day on Sunday 5 June, the International Campaign for Tibet has released a new report highlithing China’s persecution of Tibetan environmental defenders.
From 21-23 April, ICT is organising the conference “Dialogue for Our Future: A Call to Climate Action” in Dharamsala.
As world leaders meet for a critical UN global climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, the Dalai Lama has a message for them: the future is in our hands.
On the eve of COP26, the UN climate conference beginning on 31 October in Glasgow, the International Campaign for Tibet is calling for the inclusion of a strong rights-based approach in the fight against climate change.
The Swedish climate activist, 18, and the Tibetan Buddhist leader, 85, were unlikely but effective partners a few days ago at the Mind & Life Institute’s “A Conversation on the Crisis of Climate Feedback Loops,” which streamed live to millions of people around the globe.
A new study says the Chinese government used its dams on a major river in Tibet to prevent the flow of water downstream last year, contributing to a devastating drought in Southeast Asia.
Tibet’s biodiversity challenges provide insights that can help shape a practical, inclusive and accountable Global Biodiversity Framework, the International Campaign for Tibet says in a new briefing paper.