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12 December 14:00-15:15
The Global Observatory of Non State Climate Action aims to make credible the commitments made by non-state actors in their diversity, to highlight the actions, to propose recommendations based on quantified results, with insights into qualitative actions in all areas that emit GHGs. This provides a link to the national framework and further explains national emission trajectories.
The Observatory aims to analyze each year the non-state climate action independently and to publish an annual report, with multiple objectives:
- To show the action potential of non-state actors against climate change, giving a global vision of the quantified trends and initiatives of non-state actors. Contextualization of these quantitative and qualitative data with the evolution of GHGs at the global, national and sectoral levels and with the climate actions of non-state actors. The cross-referencing of sector-specific emissions data with non-state actions will explain the significant changes in emissions observed.
- Identify sectors or subjects where climate action is insufficient and faces problems of implementation or documentation.
This side-event will be an opportunity to present the first report of the Global Observatory on Non-State Climate Action, within the framework of COP24 and on the Pavilion of France, with various partners who have contributed to this publication.Link to the report
- Ronan Dantec, President of Climate Chance
- Antoine Gillod, Climate Chance Observatory
- Nathalie Le Denmat, Head of evaluation and learning department AFD
- Luc Gnacadja, former Minister of Environment of Benin, former executive secretary of the UNCCD
- Sarah Strack, Deputy Executive Director, Climate Action Network – International (CAN-I)
- Aurélie Jardin, Schneider Electric
- Eva Banos Guisasola, CEMR
- Simeran Bachra, Deputy Senior Manager for Cities, States and Regions, CDP
- Ian Cochran, PhD- Senior Advisor Governance, Investment & Climate, Institute For Climate Economics
- Maryke Van Staden, ICLEI