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Constituted bodies Roadmap for Global Climate Action


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Submissions received by admitted organizations and other Non Party Stakeholders:

Organizations
Date
Document
Hivos* 13 September 2016 pdf-icon Response by the Hivos to the Champions’ Roadmap for the Global Climate Action Agenda (330 kB)
Galvanizing the Groundswell of Climate Actions 16 August 2016 pdf-icon Response to the Champions’ Roadmap for the Global Climate Action Agenda (782 kB)
Business for Social Responsibility (BSR)* 11 August 2016 pdf-icon Submission on the Road Map for Global Climate Action (358 kB)
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre and Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)* 10 August 2016 pdf-icon Submission on Road Map for Global Climate Action (206 kB)
SUEZ 5 August 2016 pdf-icon Responses by SUEZ (318 kB)
Caisse des Dépôts 4 August 2016 pdf-icon Caisse des Dépôts submission (186 kB)
Institute for Environment, Climate and Development Sustainability (IEDS) 3 August 2016 pdf-icon IEDS submission (136 kB)  
International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)* 3 August 2016 pdf-icon IRENA submission (1679 kB)
Sustainable Population Australia Inc. (SPA) 3 August 2016 pdf-icon Submission to the High-Level Champions on the Roadmap for Global Climate Action (797 kB)
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)* 3 August 2016 pdf-icon Submission of the United Nations Environment Programme on the Road Map for Global Climate Action (316 kB)
University of Maryland (UMCP)* 3 August 2016 pdf-icon Submission from the Center for Global Sustainability at the University of Maryland (281 kB)
Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR) and PLATFORMA 2 August 2016  pdf-icon CEMR and PLATFORMA response (186 kB)
Fundación Avina (AVINA)* 2 August 2016  pdf-icon Submission from Fundación Avina to the Champions following their specific request (139 kB)
Institute for Climate Economics (I4CE) 2 August 2016  pdf-icon Global Climate Action Agenda Climate Champions Release Detailed Roadmap: I4CE’s contribution to the call for submissions to Parties and Non-Party Stakeholders (284 kB)
International Coastal and Ocean Organization (ICO)* 2 August 2016  pdf-icon Submission from the International Coastal and Ocean Organization (Secretariat of the Global Ocean Forum) on the Road Map for Global Climate Action (390 kB)
We Mean Business 2 August 2016

pdf-icon Advancing Private Sector Action and the broader Action Agenda: Roadmap to 2020 – Exec Summary (220 kB)

 

pdf-icon Advancing Private Sector Action and the broader Action Agenda: A Framework and Roadmap to 2020 (329 kB)

 

pdf-icon Event flow for COP22 (471 kB)

 

pdf-icon Ideas on the High Level Event for COP22 (221 kB)

World Resources Institute (WRI)* 2 August 2016  pdf-icon Submission from World Resources Institute on the Roadmap for Global Climate Action (245 kB)
BusinessEurope* 1 August 2016 pdf-icon BusinessEurope response (134 kB)
CDP Worldwide (CDP)* 1 August 2016 pdf-icon CDP response (632 kB)
Climate Action Network International (CAN International)* 1 August 2016 pdf-icon CAN International response (614 kB)
Climate Alliance (Klima-Bündnis)* 1 August 2016 pdf-icon Climate Alliance views on the Roadmap for the Global Climate Action Agenda (418 kB)
Climate Chance 1 August 2016

pdf-icon Note de presentation de l'association Climate Chance (407 kB)

pdf-icon Contribution de l’Association Climate Chance à la Feuille de Route pour l’Action Globale sur le Changement Climatique (418 kB)

Farmers Constituency* 1 August 2016 pdf-icon Farmers Constituency's response (82 kB)
Fondation Charles Léopold Mayer - FPH 1 August 2016

pdf-icon La gouvernance de l'agenda des solutions (133 kB)

 

pdf-icon La COP22 : une conférence internationale bien plus décisive qu'on ne le dit (97 kB)

 

pdf-icon Acteurs, échelles et étapes: les différentes dimensions des stratégies de changement (155 kB)

 

pdf-icon Fiche Bip n°14 – Cycle de conférences sur la gouvernance territorial du CNFPT - Année 2014 (235 kB)

InterAmerican Clean Energy Institute 1 August 2016 pdf-icon InterAmerican Clean Energy Institute response (274 kB)
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)* 1 August 2016 pdf-icon ICC response (517 kB)
Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) 1 August 2016 pdf-icon SLoCaT response (174 kB)
Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) 1 August 2016  pdf-icon PRI response (164 kB)
RUSAL 1 August 2016 pdf-icon RUSAL's response (169 kB)
Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) 1 August 2016 pdf-icon SE4ALL response (791 kB)
The Climate Group (TCG) 1 August 2016 pdf-icon Submission by The Climate Group on behalf of the States & Regions Alliance and the Under2 MOU (384 kB)
WWF* 1 August 2016 pdf-icon WWF Submission to High-level Champions on the roadmap for Global Climate Action (1469 kB)
CliMates* 31 July 2016 pdf-icon Youth submission to the High Level Champions (1493 kB)
Leave it in the Ground Initiative (LINGO) 30 July 2016 pdf-icon Submission of Views on the Roadmap for Global Climate Action of the Global Climate Champions (237 kB)
Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)* 29 July 2016 pdf-icon BCSE response (329 kB)
C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group* 29 July 2016 pdf-icon Views by C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (360 kB)
Climate Change Centre Reading (CCCRdg) 29 July 2016 pdf-icon CCCRdg response (113 kB)
Designated Operational Entities and Independent Entities Association (D.I.A) 29 July 2016 pdf-icon D.I.A. response (264 kB)
Global Investor Coalition on Climate Change (GIC) 29 July 2016 pdf-icon GIC response (92 kB)
International Association of Public Transport (UITP)* 29 July 2016 pdf-icon UITP response (180 kB)
Lima‐Paris Action Agenda’s COP21 French managing team 29 July 2016 pdf-icon Return on experience from the Lima‐Paris Action Agenda’s French managing team in response to the Champions’ call for contribution regarding the Roadmap for Global Climate Action (192 kB)
Paris Process on Mobility and Climate (PPMC) 29 July 2016 pdf-icon COP 22 –Championing a top GCAA! (68 kB)
CCFD-Terre Solidaire 27 July 2016 pdf-icon CCFD-Terre Solidaire Call for submission pre-2020 action (87 kB)
Iberdrola 27 July 2016 pdf-icon Iberdrola's submission on the road map for climate action (95 kB)
Spanish Association of the Electricity Sector (UNESA) 27 July 2016 pdf-icon Response to the invitation for submissions on the road map for global climate action from the High Level champions (237 kB)
European Economic and Social Committee's (EESC) Sustainable Development Observatory (SDO) 22 July 2016 pdf-icon Submission on the Roadmap for Global Climate Action by the Sustainable Development Observatory of the EESC (88 kB)
EURELECTRIC* 20 July 2016 pdf-icon EURELECTRIC’s input to the questions on the roadmap for global climate action (81 kB)
United States Council for International Business (USCIB)* 20 July 2016 pdf-icon Submission on the Roadmap for Global Climate Action (234 kB)
Institut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales (IDDRI)* 19 July 2016

pdf-icon Proposal of recommendations answering the invitation for submission of the high level champions on the roadmap for global climate action (438 kB)

 

pdf-icon Cadre de redevabilité et potentiel transformationnel d’une initiative multi-acteurs : le cas du 4 ‰ (76 kB)

 

pdf-icon Ensuring transparency and accountability of the Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture in the perspective of COP21 (74 kB)

Global CCS Institute 15 July 2016 pdf-icon Road Map for Global Climate Action (67 kB)
Business and Climate Summit Partners 06 July 2016 pdf-icon Answer to the high level champions (69 kB)
IndustriAll Global Union* 06 July 2016 pdf-icon Message from the high-level champions (212 kB)
Tyrsky Consulting 05 July 2016 pdf-icon Tyrsky Consulting on the road map for global climate action. (326 kB)
Be The Change Australia 07 June 2016 pdf-icon Submission on the road map for global climate action (141 kB)

* admitted organizations or NGO Constituency

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