“Raising Global Level of Ambition Through Local Climate Action”
 

 

 
 
 

BONN DIALOGUES 2014

Local and subnational governments have a prominent role in addressing climate change. A clarion call for their greater empowerment in a new climate agreement expected as an outcome of the Paris Conference of the Parties in 2015 was sounded at the recently concluded UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany.

Two key mechanisms were created to explore this role in the framework of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP). The “Forum on Cities and Subnational Authorities” and the “Technical Expert Meeting on Urban Environment” were organized, presenting groundbreaking examples on how local action in diverse areas such as low-carbon transport, renewable energy, carbon trading, climate finance and climate change adaptation reduce cities’ carbon emissions and enhance their livability globally.




SPECIAL AGENDAS of LGMA CONSTITUENCY


LGMA INTERVENTIONS at UN BONN Climate CHANGE CONFERENCE JUNE


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20.10.2014 - 25.10.2014

ADP 2.6 Sessions

Bonn, Germany

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31.10.2014

World Cities Day

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04.11.2014 - 07.11.2014

Social COP20 Social Movements and Ministerial Session

Margarita Island, Venezuela

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01.12.2014

UN Climate Change Conference COP20/CMP10

Lima, Peru

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08.12.2014

Launch of Global Protocol on Community-Scale GHG Emissions Inventories (GPC)

Lima, Peru (COP20/CMP10)

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14.03.2015

World Congress on Disaster Risk Reduction

Sendai, Japan

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