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2021/05/19
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2021/05/19
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2021/05/18
   EP - Debate in Parliament
2021/03/10
   EP - Committee report tabled for plenary
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The Committee on Foreign Affairs adopted an own-initiative report by María Soraya RODRÍGUEZ RAMOS (Renew, ES) on the effects of climate change on human rights and the role of environmental defenders on this matter.

As stated in UN Human Rights Council resolution 41/21, the impacts of climate change are already having a negative impact on the effective enjoyment of human rights, including the rights to life, food security, safe drinking water and sanitation, health, housing, self-determination, work and development. Climate change poses an immediate and significant threat to the world's citizens, especially the world's poor who are particularly vulnerable.

The impact of climate change on human rights

Members called on the EU and its Member States to strengthen the link between human rights and the environment through their external action and to act as a credible and reliable partner on the world stage by adopting legislation that integrates a comprehensive human rights-based approach to climate action. The Commission is called upon to ensure the integration of climate change and human rights issues into all relevant EU policies.

The report highlighted the risks of human rights abuses in international commodity supply chains for both traditional and green/renewable energy, including child labour in cobalt mines to supply the global lithium-ion battery chain. It also called on the EU to put water scarcity high on its legislative and policy agenda.

The Commission is invited, inter alia, to:

- ensure that the concrete commitments on human rights, environment and climate change already set out in the EU Action Plan for Human Rights and Democracy 2020-2024 are effectively implemented and monitored and that a gender perspective is integrated into the implementation of the plan;

- continue to monitor the situation of human rights and climate change and to assess progress in mainstreaming and integrating human rights into all aspects of climate action at national and international levels;

- cooperate on the development of an international framework to address climate-induced displacement and migration in international fora and in the EU's external action;

- strengthen the role and capacity of regional human rights bodies and other mechanisms in addressing the nexus of climate change and human rights.

COVID-19 response

Members pointed out that the global pandemic has highlighted the effects of environmental degradation, which creates conditions for an increase of zoonosis, with serious health, social, economic and political consequences. They are concerned that a global recession caused by the pandemic could weaken states' commitments to international climate goals and human rights standards.

The report called on the Commission and Member States to commit to including environmental rights and the defence of the people who protect them in any response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It urged the VP/HR, the Commission and the Member States to advocate for an effective response to the COVID-19 crisis which fully takes into account the importance of respecting the right to a safe, clean, healthy and sustainable environment and that provides a bulwark against future environmental and health crises.

Environmental rights defenders and the role of indigenous people

Recognising that action by environmental defenders is essential, the report strongly condemned the increasing number of murders, defamatory attacks, persecution and criminalisation and intimidation of indigenous people, environmental rights activists and land rights defenders, particularly in Asia and Latin America. It called for those responsible to be held accountable.

Members called on the EU and its Member States to ensure that the right to free, prior and informed consent of indigenous peoples is respected, without coercion, for any development agreement or project that may affect the lands, territories or natural assets of indigenous peoples.

They reaffirmed the need to invest in and strengthen specific, accessible and gender-sensitive protection mechanisms and programmes for environmental rights defenders and to involve environmental rights defenders in any investigation of violations.

The report called for the adoption of a European list of priority countries where the EEAS, the Commission and Member States would intensify their action in support of environmental rights defenders and work with local authorities to introduce or improve protection mechanisms and specific legislation that defines environmental defenders, recognises their work and ensures their protection.

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), justice, accountability

Members urged the parties to the UNFCCC to continue increasing their mitigation and adaptation ambition in line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement and to integrate the human rights dimension in their nationally determined contributions (NDCs) and their adaptation communication. They called on the EU institutions to actively collaborate in promoting a human rights-based approach in the ongoing international climate negotiations.

The report also called on the EU to support sustainable and accountable corporate governance as an important element of the European Green Deal. It called on Member States to implement effective regulatory measures to identify, assess, prevent, cease, mitigate, monitor, communicate, account for, address and remediate potential and/or actual human rights abuses, and to hold businesses accountable when it comes to ensuring that they fulfil their due diligence obligations.

Documents
2021/03/04
   EP - Vote in committee
2021/01/18
   EP - Committee opinion
Documents
2020/12/17
   EP - Committee opinion
Documents
2020/12/02
   EP - Committee opinion
Documents
2020/10/15
   EP - Amendments tabled in committee
Documents
2020/09/21
   EP - Committee draft report
Documents
2020/09/17
   EP - Committee referral announced in Parliament
2020/06/04
   EP - DÜPONT Lena (EPP) appointed as rapporteur in LIBE
2020/05/12
   EP - URBÁN CRESPO Miguel (GUE/NGL) appointed as rapporteur in DEVE
2020/05/06
   EP - CANFIN Pascal (Renew) appointed as rapporteur in ENVI
2020/05/04
   EP - RODRÍGUEZ RAMOS María Soraya (Renew) appointed as rapporteur in AFET

Documents

Activities

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Les effets du changement climatique sur les droits de l’homme et le rôle des défenseurs de l’environnement en la matière - The effects of climate change on human rights and the role of environmental defenders on this matter - Die Auswirkungen des Klimawandels auf die Menschenrechte und die Rolle von Umweltschützern in diesem Zusammenhang - A9-0039/2021 - María Soraya Rodríguez Ramos - Proposition de résolution

2021/05/19 Outcome: +: 518, -: 97, 0: 77
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AmendmentsDossier
525 2020/2134(INI)
2020/10/14 ENVI 160 amendments...
source: 658.777
2020/10/15 AFET 196 amendments...
source: 658.900
2020/10/16 DEVE 80 amendments...
source: 659.018
2020/11/11 LIBE 89 amendments...
source: 660.268

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  • The Committee on Foreign Affairs adopted an own-initiative report by María Soraya RODRÍGUEZ RAMOS (Renew, ES) on the effects of climate change on human rights and the role of environmental defenders on this matter.
  • As stated in UN Human Rights Council resolution 41/21, the impacts of climate change are already having a negative impact on the effective enjoyment of human rights, including the rights to life, food security, safe drinking water and sanitation, health, housing, self-determination, work and development. Climate change poses an immediate and significant threat to the world's citizens, especially the world's poor who are particularly vulnerable.
  • The impact of climate change on human rights
  • Members called on the EU and its Member States to strengthen the link between human rights and the environment through their external action and to act as a credible and reliable partner on the world stage by adopting legislation that integrates a comprehensive human rights-based approach to climate action. The Commission is called upon to ensure the integration of climate change and human rights issues into all relevant EU policies.
  • The report highlighted the risks of human rights abuses in international commodity supply chains for both traditional and green/renewable energy, including child labour in cobalt mines to supply the global lithium-ion battery chain. It also called on the EU to put water scarcity high on its legislative and policy agenda.
  • The Commission is invited, inter alia, to:
  • - ensure that the concrete commitments on human rights, environment and climate change already set out in the EU Action Plan for Human Rights and Democracy 2020-2024 are effectively implemented and monitored and that a gender perspective is integrated into the implementation of the plan;
  • - continue to monitor the situation of human rights and climate change and to assess progress in mainstreaming and integrating human rights into all aspects of climate action at national and international levels;
  • - cooperate on the development of an international framework to address climate-induced displacement and migration in international fora and in the EU's external action;
  • - strengthen the role and capacity of regional human rights bodies and other mechanisms in addressing the nexus of climate change and human rights.
  • COVID-19 response
  • Members pointed out that the global pandemic has highlighted the effects of environmental degradation, which creates conditions for an increase of zoonosis, with serious health, social, economic and political consequences. They are concerned that a global recession caused by the pandemic could weaken states' commitments to international climate goals and human rights standards.
  • The report called on the Commission and Member States to commit to including environmental rights and the defence of the people who protect them in any response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It urged the VP/HR, the Commission and the Member States to advocate for an effective response to the COVID-19 crisis which fully takes into account the importance of respecting the right to a safe, clean, healthy and sustainable environment and that provides a bulwark against future environmental and health crises.
  • Environmental rights defenders and the role of indigenous people
  • Recognising that action by environmental defenders is essential, the report strongly condemned the increasing number of murders, defamatory attacks, persecution and criminalisation and intimidation of indigenous people, environmental rights activists and land rights defenders, particularly in Asia and Latin America. It called for those responsible to be held accountable.
  • Members called on the EU and its Member States to ensure that the right to free, prior and informed consent of indigenous peoples is respected, without coercion, for any development agreement or project that may affect the lands, territories or natural assets of indigenous peoples.
  • They reaffirmed the need to invest in and strengthen specific, accessible and gender-sensitive protection mechanisms and programmes for environmental rights defenders and to involve environmental rights defenders in any investigation of violations.
  • The report called for the adoption of a European list of priority countries where the EEAS, the Commission and Member States would intensify their action in support of environmental rights defenders and work with local authorities to introduce or improve protection mechanisms and specific legislation that defines environmental defenders, recognises their work and ensures their protection.
  • United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), justice, accountability
  • Members urged the parties to the UNFCCC to continue increasing their mitigation and adaptation ambition in line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement and to integrate the human rights dimension in their nationally determined contributions (NDCs) and their adaptation communication. They called on the EU institutions to actively collaborate in promoting a human rights-based approach in the ongoing international climate negotiations.
  • The report also called on the EU to support sustainable and accountable corporate governance as an important element of the European Green Deal. It called on Member States to implement effective regulatory measures to identify, assess, prevent, cease, mitigate, monitor, communicate, account for, address and remediate potential and/or actual human rights abuses, and to hold businesses accountable when it comes to ensuring that they fulfil their due diligence obligations.
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