Climate negotiators will meet in Geneva for one week starting from this Sunday to kick-off the last round of their negotiations, known as the ADP (Ad Hoc Working Group on Durban Platform for Enhanced Action). These negotiations is expected to conclude with an agreed outcome in December this year in Paris, which will define the
In the following videos, Yunus Arikan gives us a glimpse inside the world of the UNFCCC climate talks!
(All photos © Katrina Borromeo.)
Welcome to the latest edition of ICLEI Links! This week we’re focusing all of our attention on ICLEI’s efforts at the COP20 in Lima. Here’s what’s happened so far in this busy week! Launch of First Global Standard to Measure Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Cities IISD report on the launch of the new GPC (VIDEO)
Lima, the host city of one of the most important international climate conference to date, the COP20, is not limiting its engagement in the field of climate change to the co-organization of this impressive gathering of climate negotiators and experts. For the past years, the Municipality of Lima, conscious of the interactions between climate change
Lima convenes the biggest gathering of Mayors and climate action experts after the New York Climate Summit 8 December 2014, Lima, Peru – The Peruvian capital Lima is hosting an important climate change meeting today among world mayors and experts to concretize their engagement in the new climate regime to be adopted in Paris next
While we’re focusing intently on the COP20 in Lima, we’re also gearing up for the next big event: the COP21 in Paris. The COP21, which constitutes perhaps the biggest opportunity for significant deals on greenhouse gas emissions, will be held at the Le Bourget site from 30 November to 11 December 2015. ICLEI is looking
Ronan Dantec is a municipal councillor of ICLEI Member City Nantes, France. Situated on the Loire River, close to the Atlantic coast, Nantes is a green wonder of western France. It is France’s sixth largest city, and has a metropolitan area home to some 600,000 inhabitants. In 2004, Time Magazine named Nantes ‘the most liveable city