Huge work remains, following COP26, to provide the climate finance needed for a rapid transition to a net zero emissions, climate-resilient future, including much-needed loss and damage finance; and to shift global emissions onto a pathway to a 1.5°C world.More details.
Small Island Developing States and Least Developed Countries still face significant inequalities when it comes to representing their interests in the UNFCCC negotiations – compared to bigger, better resourced countries. It is likely they will benefit from logistical, technical and legal support to for some time to come. That’s according to leading spokespeople from the… Read more »More details.
Strengthening capacity for negotiations and putting the most climate-vulnerable at the heart of the UNFCCC Location: UK Pavilion, Blue Zone, COP26, Glasgow, UK and via livestream link below Date and time: 1 November 2021, 20:00 – 21:00 (UTC) Leaders from Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) will share their priorities for capacity-building… Read more »More details.
Ahead of the UN climate talks at COP26 in Glasgow, UK, next month, the Legal Response International (LRI) is delivering a training course for lawyers from small developing country delegations in London next week.More details.
Two leading spokeswomen from the High Ambition Coalition have today set out their expectations of what COP26 should deliver for the world: they are Andrea Meza Murillo, Minister of Environment and Energy of Costa Rica, and Tina Stege, Climate Envoy of the Republic of Marshall Islands.More details.