Join us! on Wednesday 5th of December at 5:00 pm in the Climate Hub – Katowice. This day we will be hosting the forum: What is the role of the public in climate action? During the event, we will talk with the audience to explore together what are the challenges to the right of public participation in climate change decisions.
Adrian Martinez is the Director of La Ruta del Clima and is currently a Research Fellow at the IASS-Potsdam. He has been granted the International Climate Protection Fellowship of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation to research in public participation, human rights, and climate change governance.
He focuses his research and advocacy on public participation, human rights and climate change governance. He has a MA. on Environment, Development and Peace from the United Nations Mandate University for Peace and holds a Licentiate and a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Costa Rica.
He has participated in various international events as a speaker or guest lecturer and is a permanent writer who raises awareness of climate change issues. As a consultant, he has worked on various projects in the field of climate change, waste management and environmental policy-law.
La Ruta del Clima will be co-organizing a “Side Event” on Public Participation in Climate Decision Making at the COP24 Climate Summit to be held in Katowice, Poland. In the event, we will talk with representatives of different NGOs and government about the right to public participation in climate decision making.
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Talanoa Inputs on Public Participation Enhancing Climate Action and Loss and Damage and Human Rights for the COP24 UNFCCC process under the Paris Agreement.