Parties to the Paris Agreement agreed on a three-year work program to finish this year, at COP 24 in Katowice. CLARA tracks key elements of the Paris Agreement Work Program (PAWP) and argues for full implementation of key PA provisions relating to ambition, integrity of reporting systems, financial support to developing countries, and transparency.
Click here for CLARA’s analysis of the current state of negotiations from land-use, land-rights, and global-equity perspectives.
The ‘Talanoa Dialogue’ has been a prominent element of the PAWP in 2018. See CLARA’s dialogue submission here. A second, more political phase of this facilitative dialogue will occur in the run-up to COP24.