WRI – COP28 and Beyond: How to Meet the Needs of Climate-Vulnerable Countries
At COP28, the UN will conclude its first ever Global Stocktake – a two-year process to show how far we’ve come in the fight against climate change and accelerate us toward where we need to be. Global climate efforts are currently far off course, and no one is at more risk than the vulnerable communities in the Global South who are facing a mounting debt crisis and have few resources to respond to escalating climate impacts.
What climate-vulnerable countries need at the COP28 climate summit in the UAE is a major course correction. The Global Stocktake must prompt countries to adopt commitments that rapidly decarbonize all sectors, promote adaptation, scale up climate finance and make the case for far more resources to address loss and damage.
Join the Allied for Climate Transformation by 2025 (ACT2025) consortium for a high-level webinar where policymakers and advocates will set clear expectations for a positive outcome at COP28 that meets the needs of climate-vulnerable countries. During the event, ACT2025 partners from around the world will show where action is possible. Speakers will also outline key moments to watch.
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