From climate change and net zero legislation to innovative scrutiny mechanisms, parliamentarians have responded to the climate emergency at multiple levels. Parliaments and the Paris Agreement - an overview of emerging global experience in the run-up to COP26 is a joint effort sponsored by the Westminster Foundation for Democracy, involving three leading parliamentary organisations, ParlAmericas, INTER PARES | Parliaments in Partnership - EU Global Project to Strengthen the Capacity of Parliaments and GLOBE International.
The report was launched during on Friday 24 September 2021, during New York Climate Week, at a panel discussion on how parliaments around the world have responded to the Paris Agreement with Kevin Casas-Zamora, INTER PARES/ International IDEA; Senator Rosa Galvez, Canada, ParlAmericas; Franklin De Vrieze, Westminster Foundation for Democracy; and GLOBE CEO Malini Mehra.
The report can be accessed in English and Spanish.
You may watch the launch panel here (click on the image)
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- Mapping Report on Climate Change Laws and Policies in Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) Countries
- Parliaments & the Paris Agreement
- Climate Change Governance & the Challenge of Multi-Level Action
- Legislative & Institutional Assessments on REDD+ Readiness in the DRC, Nigeria and Senegal
- Legislative & Institutional Readiness Assessments for the implementation of Environmental Economic Accounting in the DRC, Nigeria and Senegal
- Legislative & Institutional Readiness Assessments on the Great Green Wall in Nigeria and Senegal
- GLOBE COP26 Legislators Summit (Edinburgh 2021)
- GLOBE @ London Climate Action Week 2021
- GLOBE CBD COP15 Legislators Forum (Kunming 2021)
- GLOBE @ London Climate Action Week 2020
- GLOBE @ London Climate Action Week 2019
- CBD GLOBE COP13 Legislators Forum (Cancun 2016)
- GLOBE COP21 Legislators Summit (Paris 2015)
- GLOBE COP20 Legislators Summit (Lima 2014)
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