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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Bonn — Wednesday, 17 May 2017 — 10:00 am local time Citizen Engagement Creates Conditions for Climate Success Faster timelines to better policy outcomes through citizen participation in policy design and implementation Over the course of three years of engagement in the ACE[1] Dialogues, Citizens’ Climate Education and the Citizens’ Climate Engagement Network […]

There is no nation whose best possible future includes failure of the Paris Agreement There is a dangerous misunderstanding about the Paris Agreement whirling around the new US administration. Opponents argue the global accord imposes unfair costs and hampers US economic progress; in fact, the Paris Agreement is a first-of-its-kind climate-energy-trade agreement, where each nation […]

Global Online Forum This Global Online Forum invites stakeholders, citizens and thought leaders from around the world to come together on the morning of the third day of the SE4All Forum, to explore questions about how to achieve everyday economic thriving through the expansion of climate-smart affordable clean energy. Wednesday, April 5, 2017 Click here […]

This report made its debut during the UN Secretary General’s Climate Summit, at UN Headquarters in New York City, on September 23, 2014. It was then presented as the core of the Pathway to Paris Project, during a launch event that evening. You can download a PDF of the full whitepaper, including notes or view the full whitepaper […]

Thursday, 20 April 2017 This dialogue will focus on how the rapid development of decentralized sustainable low-carbon energy production—and policies that make it feasible—can enhance the investment value of money financial sector leaders, especially finance ministers, are responsible for. Climate disruption is a macro-critical influence that changes all other areas of value exchange, by affecting the […]

We’ve been doing a lot of thinking about how the shifting political ground of recent months affects the project of opening up a new and wider space for climate civics around the world. As some political forces seem to be arrayed against serious progress on mitigating climate change, we see the role of local, national, […]

The CCL ABSU local chapter held its inaugural meeting at Abia State University, in Uturu, Abia State, in southeast Nigeria, on February 22, 2017. The meeting was held as part of the opening of a new Center for Renewable Energy, and was one of the largest events of the year. The University suspended classes, so […]