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When it comes to global efforts to address climate change, the global stocktake is a watershed moment for the globe; it will tell us where we are, where we need to go, and, most crucially, how to get there.Yet, for the stocktake to be successful, it requires substantial input from all stakeholders.
Join the stocktake’s ‘technical conversations,’ in which governments and stakeholders offer the best-available research and evaluations of mitigation, adaptation, and implementation options (climate finance, technology transfer, and capacity building). The discussions are also about building momentum for more ambitious climate action and assistance.
The first interaction took place in June during the Bonn Climate Change Conference, while the second dialogue took place in November at COP27 in Egypt.
The third and final debate will take place in June during the Bonn Climate Change Conference. But there’s still time to weigh in. The request for entries is open until March 6, 2023, and all submissions will have an impact on the outcome of the worldwide stocktake.
The Earth is at a critical juncture. Participate and make your voice known. Share your solutions and best practices to help answer three critical questions about global climate change efforts: where are we, where do we want to go, and how do we get there.
The global stocktake is a procedure that allows governments and stakeholders to assess where they are and are not making progress toward fulfilling the goals of the Paris Agreement. It occurs every five years, with the first-ever stocktake set to complete at the end of this year at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP28).
But, this is not a routine check-up. The stocktake is a chance to correct course, an opportunity to increase ambition in order to meet the Paris Agreement’s aim of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
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