After a year of hard negotiations in Latin America and the Caribbean, Brazil was ready to host the next Climate Conference – COP25, but resigned before being appointed. Costa Rica, Chile, and Guatemala have offered themselves as hosts and thus maintain the venue of the next summit in a Latin American country.
Our team will arrive at the climate change conference COP24 to observe and participate. We will be advocating for the importance of public participation in climate change governance.
The inverted mobility pyramid is made up of five actors, it gives priority to the pedestrian, then to bicycles, followed by public transport, cargo transport and finally to the private vehicle.
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.
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.
Talanoa Input for the COP24 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change process under the Paris Agreement on Loss and Damage and Human Rights.
Youth Conference on climate change brought together 300 young people in Argentina as part of YOUNGO’s pre-COP24 activities.
The future of environmental governance in Brazil is likely headed toward a dark place when voters go to the polls on October 28 in the second round of the presidential election with Social Liberal Party (SLP) candidate Jair Bolsonaro holding an 18 point lead over Workers’ Party (PT) candidate Fernando Haddad.
The new Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison, is a 50-year-old politician and evangelical known for defending the coal industry in his country. Following in the footsteps of politicians from other countries, such as the United States, Morrison has broken with the Australian tradition of maintaining secular Australian politics by putting his religious vision at the center. However, this is not the only thing that he has in common with U.S. politicians. He shares a disinterest in addressing climate change and the defense of coal remains at the center of his political vision.
Talanoa Inputs on Public Participation Enhancing Climate Action and Loss and Damage and Human Rights for the COP24 UNFCCC process under the Paris Agreement.