In response to the UN’s 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, the United Nations Association of Australia is promoting the development of a national, inclusive climate management framework.
The Paris Agreement requires states to progressively “mobilise stronger and more ambitious action by all stakeholders, including civil society, the private sector, cities and subnational authorities, local governments and indigenous peoples”.
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With the support of the Reichstein Foundation and input from a wide range of experts and interested parties, a discussion paper is being prepared for public comment.
2017 UNAA Climate Collaboration Forum, incorporating the World Environment Day Climate Action Awards
On 7 June, we will hold an inaugural Climate Collaboration Forum in Melbourne to showcase best practice; present the 2017 World Environment Day Climate Action Awards and hold small group workshops on key climate themes.
If you would like to be kept up to date with this program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org