Africa Climate Talks (ACT!) : Democratizing global climate change governance and building an African consensus towards COP21 and beyond
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The Africa Climate Talks aim to engage Africans from all spheres of life in the lead up to COP 21, which will be held in Paris from 30 November to 11 December 2015; to stimulate a wide-ranging discourse informed by the emerging African common positions on a range of pertinent issues; and to create platforms for the discussion of African perspectives on key issues in the linkages between climate change and Africa’s transformative development trajectories. ACT! will enhance public awareness of climate change and its implications, challenges and opportunities for Africa, and facilitate critical reflection on the global dynamics of climate governance and the possible implications of the outcomes of COP 21 for Africa.
Citation“United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa (2015-07). Africa Climate Talks (ACT!) : Democratizing global climate change governance and building an African consensus towards COP21 and beyond. Addis Ababa. © United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. https://hdl.handle.net/10855/22678”
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