We are now almost half way through 2015, and climate change politics is heating up. Ministers and Heads of State are meeting in various fora – from the G7 to the Petersberg Dialogue – to discuss the shape of the Paris agreement, countries are putting forward their national plans outlining how they'll move their economies away from fossil fuels, and people from all walks of life are preparing to take to the streets to show their support for scaling up climate action.
Ahead of the UN climate negotiations getting underway on June 1, Climate Action Network experts will brief reporters on the state of play in international climate politics and what that means for the Bonn talks.
When: Thursday May 28th, 9am London – 10am Berlin – 11am Addis Ababa – 1.30pm New Delhi – 4pm Beijing – 8pm Sydney. You can check your timezone here. (In the Americas? Join the sister call by contacting PKnappenberger@climatenexus.org )
– Liz Gallagher, E3G
– Pierre Cannet, WWF France
– Li Shuo, Greenpeace China
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Climate Action Network (CAN) is a global network of over 900 NGOs working to promote government and individual action to limit human-induced climate change to ecologically sustainable levels. More at: www.climatenetwork.org