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UN Reflection Series 2016: Development Cooperation, Policy Advice and Middle Income Countries

Dear everyone,
This is the year we start implementing Agenda 2030. To ensure that coherence, coordination and integration are always present in our approaches to advance Agenda 2030, we need on-going conversations and strong collaboration among all relevant stakeholders.
The UN System Staff College Knowledge Centre for Sustainable Development, in collaboration with the Hertie School of Governance and UN DOCO, will provide a learning space to do so. From 14 to 16 of April, UN staff and development partners will convene at the UN Reflection Series in Berlin to engage in in-depth discussions and share knowledge on one of the most important target groups for Agenda 2030: Middle Income Countries.
Middle Income Countries are home to five of world’s seven billion people and 72% of the world’s poorest population. If we are not fully attentive to their development needs, we risk failing to ensure sustainable development by 2030.
How can we reconcile Middle Income Countries’ impressive growth rates with challenging inequality gaps? What are the best approaches to embrace traditional and emerging cooperation modalities and partnerships?
If you are involved in the development sector, would like to share your expertise as well as learn from others’ experiences, the UN Reflection Series 2016: Development Cooperation, Policy Advice and Middle Income Countries is an event you would not want to miss.
To grasp a better understanding of who is involved in this event and which specific themes will be covered, we invite you to visit our website at http://unreflection.unssc.org/
The UN Reflection Series provides an ideal environment for you to discuss with other practitioners and leaders in the development field on the best ways to advance sustainable development in Middle Income Countries. Take advantage of this opportunity and register now at http://www.unssc.org/home/activities/un-reflection-series-2016
PAULYN DUMAN
Junior Knowledge Management Associate
 
 UNSSC
UNSSC KNOWLEDGE CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Haus Carstanjen
Martin-Luther-King-Straße 8, Bonn 53175, Germany
Office:    +49 (0)228 815 2661
Cell:       +49 1515 940 9999
Skype:    paulyn.duman
Email:    p.duman@unssc.org
Website: www.unssc.org

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COP21 Draft Outcome Document

 Dec 14, 2015 , Meredith Lordan <meredith.lordan@alumni.utoronto.ca> wrote:

Dear Education Caucus Members,

Congratulations to you for all of your hard work and vision.

With this unprecedented agreement in place, and as we move forward with our advocacy, I am struck — and pleased — by the frequent references to education and training contained therein. I wonder how ensuring education, training, and public awareness, noted in Article 6 of the Convention and Article 8 of the Agreement, might be more transparent and enforceable. The latter challenge is a crosscutting one, with political will being the driving force behind implementation.

Three questions emerge for me.
i) How might the parties to the Agreement share their educational efforts, broadly defined, in a transparent fashion?
ii) What forms might these educational efforts take, especially in terms of community participation, representation, and responsiveness?

iii) If enforcement and public accountability are not part of the final Agreement, what inducements might be offered to encourage effective educational practices?

The great work continues, and I look forward to furthering our work together.

Sincerely,

Meredith Lordan

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COP21 Draft Outcome Document

Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Today, Saturday December 12th, the formalities and procedures for accepting various reports, work programs and scheduled meetings, and of course the final outcome document, and more.  In the last posted draft document, you can see the long hours spent by the Ministers is resulting in a comprehensive, equitable outcome Agreement.  We will post the final Agreement when it is made available. http://www.unfccc.int/
We are please to see these two pieces surviving the editing, word-crafting, and fine-tuning, http://unfccc.int/resource/docs/2015/cop21/eng/da02.pdf.
Pp8  Agreeing to uphold and promote regional and international cooperation in order to mobilize stronger and more ambitious climate action by all Parties and non-Party stakeholders, including civil society, the private sector, financial institutions, cities and other subnational authorities, local communities and indigenous peoples,
 
 
 
39. Decides that the activities referred to in Article 4, paragraph 9, of the Agreement should: 
 
(a) Not be prescriptive or result in the duplication of efforts; 
(b) Facilitate country-owned and country-driven action; COP 21 – Draft text agenda item 4 (b) – version 2 5 of 27 
(c) Involve and facilitate the participation of relevant stakeholders; 
(d) Be participatory and inclusive, building on existing community-driven and traditional adaptation efforts, as appropriate; (e) Promote climate resilience and sustainable development; 
(f) Facilitate access to, while not being a prerequisite for, financial, technological and capacity-building support for adaptation action;
And an analysis from The New York Times,
All the best,
UNSD Education Caucus Climate Change Delegation

Paris EifelTower.

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Dear All for the Education Caucus:

First, I wish to thank you for your tireless efforts to deliver the news and updates to us from the COP21, particularly Pam, Daniella, and Tiahoga. Now, it is truly on our shoulder to carry the core of the global strategy to the world, young and old and rich and poor, as it’s matter of our survival, the humanity.

All the best for you and have a pleasant and peaceful Holiday season to configure how best deliver the COP21 agreements and educate our world community. Thanks.

K. C. Kim
Ke Chung Kim, Ph. D., Dipl.-ABFE
Professor Emeritus of Entomology (2008)
Founding Curator, Frost Entomological Museum;
Former Founding Director, Center for BioDiversity Research
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, U.S.A.;
2014 Pathology/Biology Section Award for Lifetime Achievement
in Forensic Life Sciences, American Academy of Forensic Sciences;
Founding Chair, Board of the DMZ Forum, Inc., NY;
United Nations CSD Education Caucus: Member
Home: 213 Morningside Circle, State College, PA, 16803-1347
Email Address: kck@psu.edu; Tel: 814-234-1718;
http://www.ento.psu.edu/Personnel/Faculty/kim.htm

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Dear Education Caucus Members,

Congratulations to you for all of your hard work and vision.

With this unprecedented agreement in place, and as we move forward with our advocacy, I am struck — and pleased — by the frequent references to education and training contained therein. I wonder how ensuring education, training, and public awareness, noted in Article 6 of the Convention and Article 8 of the Agreement, might be more transparent and enforceable. The latter challenge is a crosscutting one, with political will being the driving force behind implementation.

Three questions emerge for me.
i) How might the parties to the Agreement share their educational efforts, broadly defined, in a transparent fashion?
ii) What forms might these educational efforts take, especially in terms of community participation, representation, and responsiveness?

iii) If enforcement and public accountability are not part of the final Agreement, what inducements might be offered to encourage effective educational practices?

The great work continues, and I look forward to furthering our work together.

Sincerely,

Meredith Lordan

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Final-Final Outcome for Adoption in September & Open Consultation on SDG Indicators organized by the IAEG-SDGs

TO UN DESA NGO MAJOR GROUP & OTHER STAKEHOLDERS

The FINAL-FINAL outcome document that will be adopted by Heads of State in September is finally available here: http://www.un.org/pga/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2015/08/120815_outcome-document-of-Summit-for-adoption-of-the-post-2015-development-agenda.pdf

Note that the President of the General Assembly will convene a plenary meeting in early September for the GA to take action on the draft resolution and transmit the outcome document to the 70th session for consideration and adoption during the Summit.

From: Susan Alzner <alzner@un.org>
Date: Wed, Aug 12, 2015
Subject: Open Consultation on SDG Indicators for Civil Society, Academia and the Private Sector organized by the IAEG-SDGs
To: info@un-ngls.orgDear Colleagues,On behalf of the Inter-agency and Expert Group on SDG Indicators (IAEG-SDGs), we would like to invite you to participate in an open consultation on the development of a global indicator framework for the Sustainable Development Goals. The purpose of this open consultation is to allow civil society, academia and the private sector to provide their valuable inputs on this important work.The open consultation will take place from 11 August to 7 September.  The inputs received will inform the discussion of the second meeting of the IAEG-SDGs, to be held from 26-28 October in Bangkok (http://unstats.un.org/sdgs/meetings/iaeg-sdgs-meeting-02.html).Please use the link below to access the consultation form:
http://bit.ly/1IDFxHiThe following reference documents are also available on the SDG Indicators Website at http://unstats.un.org/sdgs/iaeg-sdgs/open-consultation-stakeholders.html and attached to this email.

 

Reference documents:
· List of Indicator Proposals (11 August 2015).pdf
· Summary and compilation of Civil Society inputs


We are looking forward to your participation.

Best regards,

Susan Alzner
Officer in Charge, New York Office
United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service (UN-NGLS)
www.unngls.org
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Final Summit Outcome Doc / IGN July Side Event Summaries

TO UN DESA NGO MAJOR GROUP & OTHER STAKEHOLDERS — FYI
1. The final post-2015 draft outcome document may be found here in a searchable pdf filehttps://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/post2015/transformingourworld
2. While NGOs not accredited to the UN have been invited to apply for special accreditation for the Post-2015 Summit, general registration for ECOSOC NGOs to attend the Summit is still not yet open. You may refer to this web page to receive updates about current opportunities for civil society to engage more with the United Nations around the Summit process.
3. Please find below summary reports of selected side events at the July IGN prepared by Alexander Monahan, Stanford University (CIVICUS intern):


Jeffery Huffines

​NGO Major Group Organizing Partner​
CIVICUS UN Representative (NY)
Cell: +1 646-707-1060
Email: jeffery.huffines@civicus.org
Twitter: @JefferyHuffines
Skype: jefferyvhuffines

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SideEventLeapingIntoaBrightFutureorJumpinginattheDeepEndPreparingfortheImplementationPhaseofthePost-2015DevelopmentAgendaWhatsNext

SideEventPrinciplesforEffectiveImplementationofGoal16NationalCaseStudies

SideEventSecuringOurFuture

SideEventFitforwhosepurposePrivatefundingandcorporateinfluenceintheUnitedNations

SideEventTimetoUpholdWomensandGirlsHumanRightsinthePost-2015DevelopmentAgenda

Side Event_ What is the role of the UN Organization’s Specialized Bodies_

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Post-2015: zero draft outcome document

The Zero draft for Sept. is out.  We should come out with civil society response to this…

Subject: Post-2015: zero draft outcome document
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2015
From: Lotta Tahtinen <tahtinen@un.org>
To: Lotta Tahtinen <tahtinen@un.org>

Dear All,

The zero draft outcome document for the post-2015 summit has been posted on our website at:  https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/post2015

This zero draft will be discussed at the upcoming session of the post-2015 intergovernmental negotiations, from 22-25 June. The programme for the session has not yet been released by the co-facilitators. 

All best, Lotta

Lotta Tahtinen | Stakeholder Engagement Programme Coordinator
Division for Sustainable Development | DESA
United Nations | Room S-2619 | Email: tahtinen@un.org
Tel: +1 (917) 367-2212 | sustainabledevelopment.un.org

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Analysis of Zero draft of the outcome document for the United Nations Summit to adopt the post 2015 Development Agenda

ate: 19 June 2015
From: Executive Secretary, Convention on Biological Diversity
To: CBD National Focal Points, relevant organizations and stakeholders
Subject: Analysis of Zero draft of the outcome document for the United Nations Summit to adopt the post 2015 Development Agenda Thematic area: Strategic Plan / Biodiversity Targets
Ref.: SCBD/MPO/AF/ACO/fd/84780

NOTIFICATION
No. 2015-070

Dear Madam/Sir,

I am pleased to inform you that the Zero draft of the outcome document for the United Nations Summit to adopt the post-2015 Development Agenda has been made available on the Sustainable Development knowledge platform at: https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/post2015.  This document will form the basis of discussions within the United Nations General Assembly, beginning next week in New York, and will culminate in a package for adoption at the Summit to be held in September 2015.

At its twelfth meeting, the Conference of the Parties (COP) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) adopted decision XII/4 with a view to integrate biodiversity into the post-2015 United Nations development agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals.   In paragraph 3 (b) of the decision, the COP requested the Executive Secretary, inter alia: “to continue the collaboration, with key partners, to actively contribute to the discussions on the post-2015 United Nations development agenda and the sustainable development goals, to follow the relevant outcomes and to inform Parties of any major developments related to biodiversity, including potential positive and negative impacts of the proposed goals and targets on biodiversity and ecosystems”.  Furthermore, in paragraph (c) of the same decision, the COP requested the Executive Secretary “to support Parties by continuing to engage in the ongoing processes to ensure the appropriate integration of biodiversity and ecosystem functions and services in the post-2015 United Nations development agenda and sustainable development goals and related targets and indicators, and also by continuing to assist Parties in their efforts to integrate biodiversity and ecosystem functions and services into poverty eradication and development”.

Pursuant to this decision, the Secretariat has continued its engagement in this process, and has worked closely with other United Nations agencies, as well as the other global biodiversity convention secretariats, to ensure that the outcomes are consistent with and mutually supportive of the commitments under the biodiversity instruments.

I am pleased to share with you a brief analysis, highlighting some key points in relation to the status of biodiversity in the Zero draft, attached herewith. This includes the extent to which the role of biodiversity for sustainable development is included in the Zero draft, some important issues with respect to how the draft Sustainable Development Goals relate to the Aichi Biodiversity Targets, and how national-level commitments might relate to the global aspirations of the Sustainable Development Goals. Please also find attached for your consideration, a document prepared by the Secretariat that suggests how elements of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 might be relevant for the mechanisms used in the Sustainable Development Goals for translating the global goals into national actions.

The Secretariat stands ready to assist you further in any way that we can.

The text of this notification is also available on the CBD website at: http://www.cbd.int/doc/notifications/2015/ntf-2015-070-post2015-en.pdf

Please accept, Madam/Sir, the assurances of my highest consideration.

Braulio Ferreira de Souza Dias
Executive Secretary
Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity United Nations Environment Programme
413 Saint-Jacques Street, Suite 800
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
H2Y 1N9

Tel: +1 514 288 2220
Fax: +1 514 288 6588
E-mail: secretariat@cbd.int
Web: http://www.cbd.int

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New Report: Six Ways to Make Climate Negotiations More Effective

 

Dear colleague:
A timely new Policy Brief titled Six Ways to Make Climate Negotiations More Effective by Pamela Chasek, Lynn Wagner and I. William Zartman, has been published by the project Fixing Climate Governance, based at the Centre for International Governance Innovation.
Its key points are:
·         Frustration and anger are growing at the lack of progress and consensus in climate negotiations at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). If governments are going to take on meaningful commitments to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions within the context of a new, legally binding climate agreement, it may be necessary to change the working methodology of the UNFCCC negotiations themselves.
·         This policy brief proposes a different process in which all parties can be heard, while fair and effective agreements in the common interest also have a greater chance of adoption.
·         This proposed process includes six ways to make these negotiations more effective: using a single negotiating text; discontinuing “on-screen” negotiations; eliminating the norm that “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed” and dividing the climate change problem into pieces that may be more readily acceptable; giving negotiating roles to ministries besides foreign affairs; establishing a group of states to play the “regime-builder” role; and employing the leadership skills necessary to make this all happen.
For the Brief click here.
For more information about the Fixing Climate Governance project including other publications, click here.
If you are on Twitter, please feel free to share this paper using the following message: [New Report] 6 Ways to Make Climate Negotiations More Effective: http://ow.ly/NMmaO #fixclimate @cigionline #COP21
Apologies for any duplication.
Sincerely,
John Odell
CIGI Senior Fellow
David Runnalls
CIGI Distinguished Fellow

 

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Post-2015: zero draft outcome document

Dear All,

The zero draft outcome document for the post-2015 summit has been posted on our website at:  https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/post2015

This zero draft will be discussed at the upcoming session of the post-2015 intergovernmental negotiations, from 22-25 June. The programme for the session has not yet been released by the co-facilitators. 

All best, Lotta

Lotta Tahtinen | Stakeholder Engagement Programme Coordinator
Division for Sustainable Development | DESA
United Nations | Room S-2619 | Email: tahtinen@un.org
Tel: +1 (917) 367-2212 | sustainabledevelopment.un.org         

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Zero draft released of outcome document for the UN Summit to adopt the post-2015 development agenda

Susan Alzner <alzner@un.org>
Date: Tue, Jun 2, 2015

Dear Colleagues,

The zero draft of the outcome document for the UN Summit to adopt the post-2015 development agenda is now posted on the UN DESA Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform.

The direct link is:
https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/content/documents/7261Post-2015%20Summit%20-%202%20June%202015.pdf

Best regards,

Susan Alzner
Officer in Charge, New York Office
United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service (UN-NGLS)
www.unngls.org
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FfD3 Outcome Drafts: Comparative Analysis
Dear colleagues,
Regions Refocus 2015 is pleased to share with you an updated version of our UN Language Map comparing the Zero Draft of the Addis Ababa Accord to the 7 May revised draft. This document, which we hope will be useful to you in your analysis of the process towards the Third Conference on Financing for Development, is attached and available at http://bit.ly/FfD3LangMap.
Peace,
Kathryn

Kathryn (Katie) Tobin 

Policy Coordinator

Regions Refocus 2015

team@regionsrefocus.org

daghammarskjold.se/regions-refocus

@ReFocus2015 / @uncharteredKT

Office +1 646 847-9488

 
Thank you Kate. It is very helpful.
Elsa
Elsa Muttathu PBVM
ECOSOC NGO Representative at the United Nations
International Presentation Association
211 East 43rd Street, Suite 1207, New York, NY 10017
Phone/Fax: 212 370 0075
 
The mission of IPA is to channel our resources so that we can speak and act in partnership with others for global justice.

 

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Winifred Doherty, Main NGO Representative to the United Nations
60 East 42nd Street, Suite 1438
New York, NY 10165
Phone/Fax 1 212 599 2711  E-mail winifreddohertyrgs@gmail.com
Cell: 1 917 868 1843
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“We commit ourselves to work zealously with women and children, especially those who are trafficked, forced to migrate or oppressed by abject poverty”
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Visit the new website:
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Follow us on Twitter:    www.twitter.com/socprotection  @socprotection
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Call for Briefs – 2015 Global Sustainabl​e Developmen​t Report
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Dear all,
The preparations for the next Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR), to be submitted to the third session of the HLPF in June 2015, are now underway.
The present call for briefs (please see attached) aims to provide individual scientists and research institutions a unique opportunity to highlight issues, research findings or solutions – in the form of briefs – that they would like to bring to the attention of policy makers. One chapter of the Report will be dedicated to these contributions.
Deadline for submissions is 31 December 2014.
More information, including guidance about the length and format of the briefs, can also be found on the website: http://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/gsdr2015.html?open=1#call
We would be grateful if you could spread this opportunity among your constituencies.
Warm regards,
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Report from the Peoples General Assembly

Dear all,

 

Last Sept. 24, the Campaign for People’s Goals for Sustainable Development, IBON International, the Asia Pacific Women for Law and Development, the Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self-determination and Liberation, and the Women’s Environment and Development Organization successfully held the second People’s General Assembly (PGA) at First Presbyterian Church, New York. The first PGA was initiated last Sept. 21, 2013 at Foley Square Park, New York.


This year, over 110 participants from various civil society organizations, grassroots groups and individuals gathered to raise public awareness about the ongoing intergovernmental negotiations for a new UN development agenda; help build public pressure on governments around the need for a transformative, equitable, sustainable and just development; and strengthen global solidarity and collective strategies amongst people’s movements engaged in the struggle for development justice.


Read highlights from the PGA here:
http://peoplesgoals.org/devjustice/highlights-from-the-peoples-general-assembly-2014-a-political-report/

Paul Quintos
IBON International
3rd Flr., IBON Center  / 114 Timog Avenue, / Quezon City 1103  / Philippines
Telefax:
+63 2 9276981 / Skype ID: paul.quintos / Websites: iboninternational.org / peoplesgoals.org

 

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APMM Position on the OWG Outcome Document

Dear Friends, 

Greetings! 

We are glad to share with you the following short document that serves as our position on the OWG Final Outcome Document. We hope it can reinforce and add on to the critique that the CPGSD released last August. Please feel free to disseminate it to your networks also. Thanks you very much.

 In solidarity,

Aaron Ceradoy

APMM Program Coordinator                

CPG response to OWG outcome document

Migration and the OWG Final Outcome Document

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Dear all,

As you all know by now the Intergovernmental Open Working Group      for Sustainable Development Goals officially released its final        report last July 28 containing proposed goals and targets   for the 2015-2030 period.
Please find attached the response of the Campaign for Peoples      Goals to this outcome document.  The paper examines the OWG’s      proposed goals and targets for sustainable development and the      emerging Post-2015 development agenda within the larger context of      current policy trends and strategies pursued by governments,      Washington-based international financial institutions, development      agencies, and the business sector  It concludes that      whatever lofty goals and targets are being proposed, they will not      be achieved as long as neoliberalism and the global capitalist      development model remains intact.
Thank you.

-- 
Paul Quintos
IBON International
3rd Flr., IBON Center
114 Timog Avenue,
Quezon City 1103
Philippines
Telefax: +63 2 9276981

Skype ID: paul.quintos
Websites: iboninternational.org
peoplesgoals.org

 Wardarina

Programme Officer of Breaking Out of Marginalization
Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD)
Ph: (66) 53 284527  Skype: apwldsec
25 years of promoting women’s human rights in the Asia Pacific region
WATCH NOW! The Road to Development Justice

Inequality is now so high that a woman garment worker earns less in a year than  the Walton family earns every second. Climate change will force 50  million people to migrate from Bangladesh alone. The global crises of  inequality and climate are both caused by our global economy. Together  they threaten the future of humanity. It’s time for a new model – a  model of Development Justice. This video explains Development Justice  and the shifts civil society in the Global South demand. It makes the  case for why we need a new development model to address the double  crises of inequality and environmental collapse. If you’d like to use  this video and for citations on statistics used in this video, or dub  this video in your language, email leanne@apwld.org.

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General Sectary/Chief Executive Dharti Development Foundation Sindh Pakistan  Is Register in Society Act 1860 and PCP Certified Organization PCP Registration No is PCP/2013/286  and NTN NO 4140619-2 Address:Near Bahiria Collage  Sial Abad Road Mehrabpur District Naushero Feroze Sindh Pakistan                      Cell No-+92 331-3674499-0301-8022212-0308-3377127
Skype Address:jinsardharti
Office 2 Main Naka Chok Court Road  Thari Mirwah District Khairpur Mirs Sindh Phone#+92 243-621131 Cell#0333-2790836 Email Address:dhartifkhp@yahoo.comdhartifkhp@gmail.com Web Address:www.dhartifoundation.org.pk
Estimado Paul
Hemos recibido la información  sobre respuesta de la Campaña por los Objetivos de los Pueblos ante el documento final del Grupo de Trabajo Abierto Intergubernamental de Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible.
A nivel de Nicaragua se ha socializado con organismos de cooperación y organizaciones interesadas en el tema. Espero que en el encuentro de Redes en Buenos Aires, Argentina en conjunto con Latindadd y ustedes se pueda avanzar en mayor divulgación e involucramiento.
Con atentos saludos
Georgina Muñoz
Directora Renicc
 
2014-08-17 21:05 GMT-06:00 Paul Quintos <pquintos@iboninternational.org>:

 

 

 

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Outcome of 18th BASIC Ministeria​l Meeting on Climate Change

Dear friends..
The 18th BASIC Ministerial Meeting on Climate Change brought together representatives from Brazil, India, South Africa and China (BASIC) on 7-8 august 2014 in New Delhi, who adopted a joint statement emphasizing the need to finalize the elements of a draft negotiating text for the 2015 agreement at the 20th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 20) to the UNFCCC, to be held in Lima, Peru, in December 2014.
Ratification of second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol and capitalization of the Green Climate Fund were also discussed. A joint statement (PFA with the mail) was released after the Ministerial Meeting.
Thanks!
Manu Shrivastava
Deputy Director, Alliance Building
Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society (CECOEDECON)
Email: shrimanu19@gmail.com   Skype: shrimanu19
F-159-160, Institutional & Industrial Area, Sitapura- 302022, Jaipur, INDIA

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