GGCA and partner resources
Accelerating the Action Agenda through Robust and Credible Climate Commitments from Non-State Actors. GGCA
How can UNFCCC member states encourage robust initiatives from non-state actors to ensure the credibility of commitments under the Lima-Paris Actions Agenda? This memo summarizes findings and recommendations from Galvanizing the Groundswell of Climate Actions, a collaboration of organizations supporting climate leadership at all levels. Read more.
The Global Aggregator for Climate Actions (GAFCA) aggregates data on initiatives by non-state and subnational actors ("climate actions") that address aspects of climate change, including mitigation and adaptation... Read More.
As Parties negotiate the next climate agreement due in December 2015, there is growing attention to the actions and initiatives that countries, cities, regions, companies, and civil society groups are taking now to mitigate climate change and adapt to its effects. This groundswell of climate action offers an extraordinary opportunity to both complement and catalyze the intergovernmental negotiations and nationally-determined contributions... Read more.
ASSESSING THE MISSED BENEFITS OF COUNTRIES' NATIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS, New Climate Institute
This report elaborated by NewClimate Institute with support from Climate Action Network (CAN), investigates the co-benefits associated with countries' Intended Nationally Determined Contributions. This report provides an overview of the general co-benefits that climate action may have and how they could be used to incentivize further ambitious greenhouse gase reductions. Read more.
GALVANIZING A GROUNDSWELL OF SOLUTIONS TO SUPPORT COP21 BY GALVANIZING THE GROUNDSWELL OF CLIMATE ACTIONS, GGCA
How can governments engage with non-state and cooperative actions to support the Agenda of Solutions and a strong outcome at COP21? This memo summarizes findings and recommendations from a series of multi-stakeholder dialogues on supporting the "groundswell" of climate actions. It makes three points... Read more.
KEY ELEMENTS OF SUCCESS ON CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION FOR COP21 IN PARIS, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONS NETWORK
In December 2015, the Government of France will host the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Paris. The stakes could not be higher. Twenty-three years after the signing... Read more.