CAN Breifing: May Ministerial & Ministerial on Climate Action

Ministers have a paramount responsibility to respond to the code red from scientists and the real-world effects of the climate crisis to put their promises of Glasgow into action and to do so with urgency. All work programs from COP26 must not be talk shop but result in concrete outcomes and milestones at COP27, countries must translate their collective commitment into concrete climate action on the ground.

This briefing lays out concrete expectations for ministers’ conversations at the May Ministerial and Ministerial on Climate Action (MoCA) and to be agreed milestones on: Loss and Damage, Mitigation, Adaptation, and Finance.

Download file: http://CAN-Briefing_MayMinisterialMoCA_may2022-2.pdf

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