After the Copenhagen Climate Summit in 2009, the climate movement lost momentum, and until now it has not regained that lost ground. But now, signs of a new uprising of the movement are taking shape. After several years of reflection and reassessment, civil society and other stakeholders have started to raise urgency around climate change again, bringing new energy and a different rhetoric to the climate debate.
KEY MESSAGES FROM WORKSHOP ‘INTEGRATING CLIMATE CHANGE INTO THE POST-2015 FRAMEWORK’ ON 29 APRIL 2014, HOSTED BY THE PERMANENT MISSION OF FRANCE TO THE UN
1 – There is a clear and explicit link between development and climate change
The eleventh session of the UN General Assembly’s Open Working Group (OWG) on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will be the third of five scheduled “decision making” meetings of the group and follows the release of the revised working document and the compilation of suggested goals and targets.
- The revised working document and the compilation document can be found here.
- The OWG meeting will be webcast live here.