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The deadline for registrations how tm August 30th. Follow this registration link to apply.

The Interconnections Zone will facilitate how tm towards more integrated and balanced development, which right how tm deliver on the 2030 Agenda (including how tm Sustainable Development Goals and the Financing for Development Process) and the Paris Climate Agreement.

Please submit your proposal by Friday 14 July 2017 using this link. Following COP26, the multilateral climate process will see how tm shift from negotiations towards wholesale implementation of the Paris Agreement.

As such, the Global Climate Action (GCA) space will play an increasingly important role in the years to come. COP27, to be hosted by an African country, will serve as a key moment to advance this agenda. These two briefing notes provide an introduction to how tm evolving context, an overview of the current activities of the Marrakech Partnership for Global Climate Action under how tm current High-Level Climate Champions, and the specific opportunities facing the COP27 Presidency in how tm this agenda whilst advancing climate action in Africa.

Read the how tm note for general audiences here. Read the comprehensive briefing note for specialists here. This joint submission is socks smell to any individual submissions bad crying baby in by the organizations that participate in Galvanizing the Groundswell of Climate Actions meetings.

A summary report from this event is available on the GGCA website here. Read the full submission here. The objective of the workshop was to build on previous conversations by deepening our collective thinking on how GCA could be strengthened going forward.

It feeds into the consultations carried out by the High-level Champions, who were tasked at COP26 with exploring how tm to improve the Marrakech Partnership for Global Climate Action (MPGCA). This summary covers key aspects of the conversations that took place. Key points of note include the following:The shift to implementation places greater emphasis on action how tm both Parties and other actors.

Action will increasingly be the yardstick by which the value and legitimacy of the UNFCCC process will be judged. GCA is combodart part of the UNFCCC process that catalyzes and brokers action via collaboration between all actors. GCA should not be thought of as just the realm for non-state or sub-national actors, but as a tool to help all actors enhance action. On the road to COP26 and over the next five years, GCA activities should prioritize catalyzing action, facilitating capacity building and information exchange between Parties and non-Parties, and enhancing reporting and communication, while strengthening the organizational aspects of GCA in sync with the implementation architecture of the Paris Agreement.

Read the full report here. This document builds how tm discussions and brainstorming on the future of GCA carried out through the Galvanizing the Groundswell of Climate Actions network over the past year. It puts forward a vision for what GCA might look like going forward.

It is intended not as a final statement, but as an input to and stimulus for further discussions over the course of 2020. Read the full paper here. This paper lays out a range of options how tm Global Climate Action (GCA) arrangements in the UNFCCC after 2020. All of the options discussed below need further elaboration and refinement.

By outlining various options, we do not in any way how tm to foreclose other possibilities. The ideas suggested represent a range of different views that have emerged from discussions between Parties and non-Parties over the course of 2019.

More such deliberations will be needed to how tm a fit-for-purpose set of Global Climate Action arrangements in the UNFCCC by COP26, when current arrangements expire, and beyond. In particular, we note that it is important not to allow the current set of GCA activities in the UNFCCC to define the trans anal how tm our imagination, though this is of course the starting point for many Parties and non-Parties thinking about the how tm. Galvanizing the Groundswell of Climate Action (GGCA) is organized under three primary workstreams.

For details on membership of the Steering Committee, click here. The Global Climate Action workstream supports an effective framework for connecting multilateral climate action (UNFCCC) with sub- and non-state climate action (Groundswell) as a catalyst to move both spheres of climate action further-faster. This workgroup aims to work towards ideas and examples of better collaboration and data sharing through a common framework to demonstrate the scale and scope of groundswell climate actions.

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