Why the Way We Work Together Will Determine Our Future

By | 2018-07-12T15:32:59+00:00 June 26th 2018|climate change & resilience, governance & finance, , , , , |

In the third part of our series on the Talanoa Dialogues, Steven Bland from UN-Habitat blogs on the importance of effective multi-level governance for climate change action, and the steps UN-Habitat is taking to promote it.

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Local Initiatives for a National Agenda: Brazilian Cities are Creating a Climate for Change

By | 2018-07-12T15:33:08+00:00 June 1st 2018|climate change & resilience, , , , |

Brazil’s national climate agenda has set ambitious goals until 2030. But so far, the country lacks a strategy to include actors from all levels of governance into a cohesive approach. Nevertheless, many Brazilian cities are taking on the challenge to make a change. Laura Valente de Macedo analyses obstacles, drivers and possible perspectives.

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The Talanoa Dialogue: How Cities and Regions Can Deliver on the Promise of the Paris Agreement

By | 2018-05-02T11:03:31+00:00 April 27th 2018|climate change & resilience, participation, peer learning & co production, , , , , , |

Why should urban, regional and national decision-makers alike pay attention to the Talanoa Dialogue? This process, which was initiated by the Fijian COP23 Presidency, presents an exciting opportunity to align the national and subnational spheres of climate action. Throughout 2018, URBANET will report on the issue in a new series of articles.

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