Inputs to the Talanoa Dialogue: Where are we?

The inputs provided by Parties, non-Party stakeholders and Presidencies are made available per topic.

This page shows the inputs related to the topic "Where are we?".

 

Inputs from the Presidencies
Date of submission Objective Input
26 January 2018

Overview of the targets with and without additional means of implementation and the aggregate effect if these targets are met

2016 Update of the INDC synthesis report

23 April 2018 Provide an overview and analysis of inputs to the Talanoa Dialogue Portal, describing the trends and main contents, categorized according to the three questions of the Talanoa Dialogue. Overview of inputs to the Talanoa Dialogue
29 October 2018 This submission presents a collection of views expressed by participants to the Climate Science and Humanitarian Dialogue (the Dialogue): Unpacking the findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 1.5° C report and the implications for policy and climate action (Talanoa4ambition/ Step Up event officially registered by the UNFCCC) that took place on 12 October at the UN Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. Unpacking the findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 1.5° C report and the implications for policy and climate action
12 November 2018 This reports on the main messages and stories shared in the Pacific Leaders' Talanoa - 26 July 2018. Pacific Leaders' Talanoa - 26 July 2018
26 November 2018 This note presents an overview of inputs submitted by Parties and non-Party stakeholders to the Talanoa Dialogue. Its objective is to describe in general terms the trends and main contents of those inputs, categorized according to the three questions of the Talanoa Dialogue. The analysis applies to inputs received before the deadline of 29 October 2018.

Updated Overview of inputs into the Talanoa Dialogue

Inputs from Parties and Groups of Parties
Parties and Groups of Parties Date of submission Objective Input
State of Palestine 30 March 2018 To respond to the guiding questions and to reflect upon how we see the efficient and responsive global climate change regime. Palestine Submission_Talanoa Dialogue_30.3.2018
Saint Lucia on behalf of CARICOM 31 March 2018 To provide a short report on a regional activity in the Caribbean under the Talanoa Dialogue  Report of the CARICOM Workshop on IPCC Special Report on 15_FINALdocx
Saint Lucia on behalf of CARICOM 31 March 2018 To:tell story of impacts of climate change already being experienced in the Caribbean region; emphasise importance of holding global warming below 1.5 CARICOM Submission on the Talanoa Dialogue_FINAL 29 March 2018
Saint Lucia on behalf of CARICOM 31 March 2018 Cited in the Saint Lucia on behalf of CARICOM Submission on the Talanoa Dialogue caribbean-marine-climate-change-report-card-2017
Saint Lucia on behalf of CARICOM 31 March 2018 Cited in the Saint Lucia on behalf of CARICOM Submission on the Talanoa Dialogue U.S. Fourth National Climate Assessment_Executive_Summary_2017
Saint Lucia on behalf of CARICOM 31 March 2018 Cited in the Saint Lucia on behalf of CARICOM Submission on the Talanoa Dialogue .S Fourth National Climate Assessment_Full Report_2017
China 02 April 2018 To elaborate China’s views regarding “where are we”,“where do we want to go”, “how do we get there” and the next steps. China’s inputs on Talanoa Dialogue
Fiji 02 April 2018 To submit the Republic of Fiji's contribution to the Talanoa Dialogue Talanoa dialogue_Where Are We
Saudi Arabia/Arab Group 02 April 2018 To address the Conference of the Parties decision 1/CP.21 Talanoa Dialogue Arab Group Submission 2-April-2018
Saudi Arabia/Arab Group 02 April 2018 To address the Conference of the Parties decision 1/CP.21 Talanoa Dialogue Arab Group Submission 2-April-2018
Indonesia 02 April 2018 Share views for enhancing effectiveness of Talanoa Dialogue Indonesia Input for Talanoa Dialogue - 2 April 2018 clean
Australia 04 April 2018 Australian Government's submission to the Talanoa Dialogue.  Australia Talanoa Dialogue Submission
European Union 05 April 2018 The EU would like to share its experience, provide input to the framing questions of the Talanoa Dialogue and present its views on Talanoa processes. BG-04-05-EU submission on Talanoa dialogue
Ethiopia 10 April 2018 LDC Group input to the Talanoa Dialogue LDC_Input to the Talanoa Dialogu
New Zealand 18 April 2018 We have identified three key themes in the hope these stories can be of benefit to others through the Talanoa process.  New Zealand Submission to first phase of Talanoa Dialogue
Egypt/African Group 19 April 2018 The 2018 FD is to take stock of the collective efforts of Parties in relation to progress towards the long-term goal referred to in Article 4, para 1 18042018 AGN TD 2018 Submission
Japan 23 April 2018 To present the role and achievements by Japanese government, vision of the future, and the commitments Submission for Talanoa Dialogue -Talanoa JAPAN-
Iran (Islamic Republic of)/LMDC 26 April 2018 LMDC SUBMISSION FOR THE TALANOA DIALOGUE LMDC Talanoa Dialogue Submission Mar 2018 r5
Egypt 27 April 2018 Take this opportunity to share Egypt's views Egypt Submission on Talanoa Dialogue Where are we
Malaysia 03 May 2018 To share the Malaysian experience in response to the questions on where we are, where do we want to go and how do we get there. TDSubmission
Thailand 09 May 2018 Thailand's input for the Talanoa Dialogue Talanoa Dialogue Submission final
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) 23 May 2018 To contribute with the initiative of the Presidency of Fiji (COP-23) Submission Talanoa Dialogue
Saint Lucia on behalf of AILAC/CARICOM/EIG 13 September 2018 To provide input on the Talanoa Dialogue (TD) – The political phase and potential outcomes AILAC-CARICOM-EIG The Talanoa Dialogue Outcomes Conceptual Note
Fiji 29 October 2018 This submission presents a collection of views expressed by participants to the Climate Science and Humanitarian Dialogue (the Dialogue): Unpacking the findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 1.5° C report and the implications for policy and climate action (Talanoa4ambition/ Step Up event officially registered by the UNFCCC) that took place on 12 October at the UN Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. Unpacking the findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 1.5° C report and the implications for policy and climate action
European Union 29 October 2018 Support of the implementation of the Paris Agreement and its long-term mitigation goal, to spur momentum for action. Submission by Austria and the European Commission on behalf of the European Union and its Member States on the Political Phase of the Talanoa Dialogue
Finland 29 October 2018 The 8 Arctic States and the 6 Permanent Participants representing the indigenous peoples discussed the changes and explored solutions. Arctic Talanoa: Changes in the Arctic
Nepal 29 October 2018 enhance party’s commitment and scale up actions toward achievement of Paris Agreement NEPAL STATUS OF TALANOA DIALOGUE 
Inputs from Non-Party stakeholders
Non-Party stakeholder Date of submission Objective Input
German Development Institute 02 February 2018 Increase transparency and comparability of NDCs to identify omissions and options for improvement; enhance implementation; and support negotiations Pauw et al_2018_Beyond the headline mitigation numbers
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) 16 February 2018 The aim of this submission is to make a case for an accelerated transition to a low-carbon society, backed by the latest research findings. Talanoa Dialogue Submission_IGES_2018
IDDRI    07 March 2018 Understanding and assessing the implications, trade-offs and co-benefits of the implementation of NDCs towards the 2-degree limit.        IDDRI 2015_Beyond the Numbers
IDDRI         07 March 2018 Insights on how to commit to more ambition by going beyond targets. IDDRI 2017_Beyond Emissions Targets
Stockholm Environment Institute 20 March 2018 To explain the rationale for adopting policies that constrain fossil fuel supply and highlight the role of the UNFCCC process and Parties therein. SEI_Talanoa_Fossil_Fuels 
ADEME / AFD / Cerema / CODATU / GIZ 21 March 2018 Stressing the importance of comprehensive policy making and planning, which links international agendas with sub-national development priorities. MobiliseYourcity submission Talanoa Dialog 21032018
Partenariat Français pour l'Eau - French Water Partnership 24 March 2018 Bring insights from the water community to raise the ambitions and to turn the commitments into public policies especially on adaptation issues. FWP Contribution_Talanoa dialogue_v23 03 2018
Islamic Relief Worldwide 26 March 2018 Eradicating Poverty, Reducing Risk and Building Resilience. Talanoa 1
UN Environment 27 March 2018 The Gap Report can be instrumental in providing the Talanoa dialogue with a solid scientific foundation on the question of “where are we” UNEP GAP Talanoa q1
EASAC - European Academies' Science Advisory Council 28 March 2018 Preparing for climate change adaptation EASAC_Extreme_Weather_2018_web_23March
EASAC - European Academies' Science Advisory Council 28 March 2018 Negative emission technologies will not compensate for inadequate climate change mitigation efforts EASAC Report on Negative Emission Technologies
EASAC - European Academies' Science Advisory Council 28 March 2018 Managing Europe's forests under conflicting objectives calls for a holistic view and new tools EASAC Policy Report Forests May 2017
EASAC - European Academies' Science Advisory Council 28 March 2018 Implications for national and European Union Adaptation Strategies  EASAC report Extreme Weather in Europe Nov13
Federation of German Industries (BDI) 28 March 2018 Modelling economically cost-efficient “Climate Paths for Germany”. Pointing out opportunities and challenges of climate policy.    TalanoaDialogue_Submission_BDI
London School of Economics 28 March 2018 To highlight the need for closer alignment between the objectives of the Paris Agreement, the NDCs and the national climate governance frameworks. GRI Talanoa Q 1
Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment 28 March 2018 We share learnings from PRISE on supporting private adaptation of households and businesses in SALs. LSE April Talanoa Submission_FINAL
Global CCS institute 29 March 2018 This submission makes the case for CCS as an indispensable technology in meeting Paris climate change targets, and creating a new energy economy.  UNFCCC Submission_Global CCS Institute
Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand 29 March 2018 Ensure that the voices from Oceania are integrated into the Talanoa Dialogue Caritas Submission on TALANOA DIALOGUE FINAL
National Council for Climate Change Sustainable Development and Public Leadership (NCCSD) 29 March 2018 Capacity Building UNFCCC-Where We 29 Mar 2018 (1)
World Council of Churches 29 March 2018 This submission describes the achievements and potentials of faith communities from around the world for reaching a 1.5 degree future TD Question1_ Interfaith Contribution_by World Council of Churches
Climate Action Tracker 29 March 2018 Highlight where our collective efforts take us compared to goals agreed in the Paris Agreement, and show which further sectoral actions are needed. CAT_2018-03-29_TalanoaSubmission
International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent Societies 29 March 2018 A call for greater investment and engagement in climate resilience, to help and support communities overcome environmental challenges.  IFRC Where are we now submission
Carbon Market Watch 29 March 2018 Through this submission, we aim to describe the current state of carbon pricing and suggest positive solutions going forward. Talanoa Dialogue input
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) 29 March 2018 This submission highlights the Talanoa Dialogue as  a key opportunity for enhanced ambition under the Paris Agreement through increased collaboration. WBCSD Talanoa Dialogue Submission (April 2018) FINAL
ProVeg International 29 March 2018 ProVeg aims to raise awareness of the connection between our diets and climate change. Submission_Talanoa_ProVeg International
The Climate Group 29 March 2018 The aim of this submission is to illustrate the critical role and progress of state and regional governments in delivering the Paris Agreement Talanoa Dialogue_Where are we_Under2 Coalition.docx
International Institute for Sustainable Development 29 March 2018 To share lessons learned on fossil fuel subsidy reform and fossil fuel taxation, with a combined opportunity to reduce global emissions by 23%. GSI-IISD Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform and Taxation Stories for Success
Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre 29 March 2018 To demonstrate the need for ambitious mitigation measures by the international community Taylor 1.5 Paper
C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group 29 March 2018 In this compelling text, C40 describes how cities are delivering the Paris Agreement, inviting Nations to support them and raise ambition by 2020 C40_Talanoa_submission_March 29
The Climate Group 29 March 2018 To raise awareness for the role of corporate demand in driving the transition to electro-mobility - and frameworks required to support this leadership TalanoaDialogue_March 2018_EV100
BusinessEurope 30 March 2018 Constructive inputs to the Talanoa Dialogue on behalf of European business at large 2018-03-30 BusinessEurope submission to Bonn 1st intersessionals on climate - question 1
Plan B 30 March 2018 The submission proposes a clear and accessible framework to assist parties in closing the global emissions and finance gaps. Talanoa Closing the Accountability Gap
Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction 30 March 2018 Show the high potential of the buildings and construction sector in addressing climate change, progress, gaps, and ways to materialise the potential.  Talanoa Dialogue - input GABC-30 March 2018
International Union of Railways (UIC) 30 March 2018 Mobilising sustainable railway for global climate action  Talanoa Dialogue Inputs 3 Questions_UIC
Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy 30 March 2018 Highlight the importance of integrating cities and local governments actions in national policies and plans. Talanoa April Submission GCoM _5_final
The Climate Group 30 March 2018 This submission describes how RE100 corporate members are leading the energy transition - and how they can go even further. RE100 - Talanoa Dialogue - March 2018
International Chamber of Commerce 30 March 2018 Demonstrates that business has made progress and that more and more companies are taking action to tackle climate change.  ICC Talanoa Dialogue Submission
FIDIC – International Federation of Consulting Engineers 30 March 2018 To initiate a dialogue among Talanoa participants about the precarious state of the world’s water which is being exacerbated by climate change. Talanoa propose input WH4_JF6 (2)
Saving Our Planet 30 March 2018 To advance the dialogue through some concrete suggestions SavingOurPlanet Talanoa 2018
Wetlands International 30 March 2018 Wetlands to be safeguarded, better managed and restored to contribute to attenuate water-related impacts of climate change and reduce CO2 emissions.  Wetlands International input into the Talanoa Dialogue
National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES), Japan 30 March 2018 This submission provides input to the Talanoa Dialogue from NIES, Japan, based on our latest studies. Our input is related to all the three questions. Talanoa_NIES_JPN_31Mar2018_final
Australian Rainforest Conservation Society 31 March 2018 Supporting natural solutions to climate change can help achieve deep cuts in emissions, promote ecosystem integrity, human health and biodiversity. submission Talanoa Dialogue v29March18
CSO Equity Review 31 March 2018 Presenting a concrete and principled proposal for equitable and ambitious global climate action; protecting sustainable development rights of the poor CSO_Equity_Review_Talanoa_Dialogue_Submission
Balkan Agency for Sustainable Development (BASD) 31 March 2018 Working for sustainable future of humanity. 3983270784212656713/ECOLOGICAL MANIFESTO
UNEP DTU Partnership 01 April 2018 To provide a global overview of where we are in terms of emissions, current policies and emission reduction commitments Emissions Gap Report_Talanoa
IETA 01 April 2018 The role of markets to meet the long-term target of the Paris Agreement IETA input to TD_final
Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change 01 April 2018 The investor perspective on the enabling policy framework needed to shift the trillions of capital required to finance the low carbon transition 180329 IIGCC submission to the Talanoa Dialogue - FINAL
Climate Institure 01 April 2018 To present the case the temperature rise must be below 0.5C and this necessitates cooling and carbon dioxide removal as well as aggressive mitigation. Talanoa Submission_climate institute
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs 01 April 2018 To catalyze the creation of governance for climate geoengineering by shifting the conversation from the scientific to the global policy-making arena. 20180401 Carnegie Council input for Talanoa Dialogue
Quaker Earthcare Witness 02 April 2018 Support for the Talanoa Dialogue, convey a powerful, collective voice, and call for bolder action. Quaker Input to the Talanoa Dialogue (1)
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry 02 April 2018 To provide insights on Corporate action and initiatives related to SDGs including Climate Change Report on Sustainable Development Goals - Linkages with corporate actions in India
Asociación La Ruta del Clima 02 April 2018 Highlight the value of Public Participation in enhancing climate action and transparency in climate governance. Talanoa Input - Public Participation Enhancing Climate Action
Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program 02 April 2018 To highlight the contribution of efficient, clean cooling to the Paris Agreement, Montreal Protocol and SDGs K-CEP response to the Talanoa Dialogue
NewClimate Institute 02 April 2018 Summary of findings from research activities on mitigation and finance, that NewClimate Institute undertook with various partners NewClimate Institute input to Talanoa Dialogue
1Earth Pty Ltd 02 April 2018 We propose that consultation and equal inclusion of Indigenous peoples and community leaders is an essential part of reaching global climate goals. INPUT TALANOA DIALOGUE 20 3 18
International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) 02 April 2018 The inputs are to respond to the question "where are we?", by providing an overview of renewable energy targets in NDCs. TD_IRENA inputs_in template_Q1_Final
Confederation of Indian Industry 02 April 2018 To bring a change in the way industry looks at climate change and bring concrete and large results by collaborative approach and recognition.  Introduction for Talanoa
UN-Habitat, GIZ, ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability (Joint Submission) 02 April 2018 The objective of this joint submission is to make the case for improved multi-level governance as a vital strategy to implement the Paris Agreement. TD1_Where are we_UNHabitat-GIZ-ICLEI_Final
Jubilee South Asia Pacific Movement 02 April 2018 To communicate to Parties what a meaningful Talanoa Dialogue should look like, and to outline again the need for a fair shares equity approach APMDD Input to Talanoa Dialogue April 2018
Confederation of Indian Industry 02 April 2018 CII wants to bring a change in the way Indian Industries are looking at Climate Change and strategies to future proof their business Introduction for Talanoa
Civil society Local Energy Efficiency Network (CLEEN) 02 April 2018 Highlight the role of local communities in Eastern Europe and Caucasus countries to combat global climate change and bear leadership in the process.   Unlocking potential of GHG emission reductions in local communities
International Renewable Agency (IRENA) 02 April 2018 This is to provide more detailed information on IRENA's inputs, in addition to the designated templates. 180323 TD_IRENA inputs_Attachment_Final
Christian Aid 02 April 2018 Contribute to a world where global temperature rise is limited to no more than 1.5°C  Christian Aid and our Global Partnership Supports Adaptation to and Mitigation of Climate Risk
Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society 02 April 2018 To highlight the need of rigorous adaptation for smallholder’s agriculture of India to survive in the face of climate change CECOEDECON Inputs - Talanoa Dialogue - 2.4.2018
Public Advocacy Initiatives for Rights & Values in India 02 April 2018 Reducing Energy Use and Preventing Fossil Fuel Expansion for Climate Stabilization Talanoa-PAIRVI
Peace Boat 02 April 2018 To provide a vision of a sustainable cruising model as an example of transition to carbon neutral maritime transport and a vehicle for education.  Peace Boat Talanoa Dialogue Submissio
International Transport Forum, OECD 02 April 2018 This input is focused on the projection of carbon emissions in the transport sector given current commitments, policies and measures.  TalanoaDialogue_Q1_ITF_TransportOutlook
ActionAid International 02 April 2018 Supporting more ambitious action in the land-sector, in keeping with human rights and ecosystem integrity, to meet the 1.5 degree temperature goal. TALANOA submission CLARA final
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights 02 April 2018 To demonstrate the negative impacts of climate change on the effective enjoyment of human rights and propose a rights-based approach to climate action OHCHR Submission to the Talanoa Dialogue
Climate Action Network (CAN) and International Coalition for Sustainable Aviation (ICSA) 02 April 2018 To inform participants in the Talanoa Dialogue of the importance of addressing increasing aviation emissions to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement. CAN ICSA Aviation TD submission
Climate Action Network (CAN) and Clean Shipping Coalition (CSC) 02 April 2018 To informa participants in the Talanoa Dialogue of the importance of addressing increasing shipping emissions to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement CAN CSC TD Submission Shipping
International Cryosphere Climate Initiative (ICCI) 02 April 2018 Raising ambition for early cuts in CO2 while addressing air pollution to avoid severe global and regional risks from a rapidly unraveling cryosphere. ICCI Talanoa Questions 1-3
Asia Climate Change Consortium (ACCC) 02 April 2018 To voice the needs for temperature limit and urgent actions on adaptation, loss and damage, based on climate justice  Submission-AsiaClimateChangeConsortium
Climate Aware 02 April 2018 Climate Aware is a small organization working towards the greater goal of climate change education, and the engineering of a sustainable future. Talanoa Dialogue 2018 SIGNED
Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation 02 April 2018 To share our experiences and achievements in combating climate change effectively by starting from learning to co-exist with the earth. Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation - Learning to Co-Exist with the Earth
Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) and Paris Process on Mobility and Climate (PPMC) 02 April 2018 Provide insights on the emission trends of transport and its critical role in reversing the current emission trends and realizing the Paris Agreement. SLoCaT-PPMC - Talanoa Dialogue Submission
Ceres 02 April 2018 Ceres is an non-profit organization based in the USA that mobilizes investor & business action on climate change & other sustainability issues. 2 April Ceres Submission to Talanoa Dialogue
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) 02 April 2018 Scientific evidence on REDD+ progress and challenges will contribute to more efficient, effective and equitable REDD+.  CIFOR submission Talanoa where are we - REDD+ V3
Center for International Environmental Law 02 April 2018 The importance of and ability to enhance the ambition of the implementation of the Paris Agreement in accordance with human rights.  Talanoa Dialogue Submission - Final
SPRI, University of Sussex 02 April 2018 To indicate the carbon emissions reduction target for the oil sands sector in Alberta, Canada  Talanoa_Alberta_Canada_Where are we_
ESB 02 April 2018 To: inform on our company's objective, lead the transition to low carbon in our country, share insights, seek collaboration to make it happen.   180329 Talanoa Dialogue ESB Ireland v0 1
International Coastal and Ocean Organization 02 April 2018 To provide input on a pathway to enhance the contribution of oceans in achieving global climate goals through actions at global and national levels. Talanoa Dialogue Submission - GOF et al - April 2.
Forest Trends Association 02 April 2018 Maintaining and increasing the contribution of intact forests, as part of natural climate solutions, toward enhanced climate ambition. Intact Forest Talanoa Submission 3-30-18 final
ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability 02 April 2018 The compilation of information reported at the carbonn Climate Registry by more than 1000+ local and regional governments in 86 countries.  TD-1_Where we are_ICLEI
Business Council for Sustainable Energy 02 April 2018 To demonstrate the success of the US energy transformation in order to build confidence of governments in the benefits of a cleaner energy portfolio. BCSE Talanoa Dialogue Submission
We Are Still In 02 April 2018 Demonstrate how U.S. subnational actors are helping to meet the U.S. NDC through the efforts of the We Are Still In coalition and America’s Pledge.   We Are Still In and Americas Pledge_Talanoa Dialogue submission_2 April 2018
World Resources Institute 02 April 2018 WRI’s submission highlights opportunities for stronger climate action in line with the long-term Paris goals, including through new or updated NDCs.  World Resources Institute - Talanoa Submission - 02April2018
International Energy Agency 02 April 2018 To address the three central questions with regards to energy sector transition and meeting the Paris Agreement goal, based on IEA analysis. Talanoa Dialogue_IEA input_April2018_final
United States Climate Alliance 02 April 2018 Smart, coordinated state action can ensure that the United States continues to contribute to the global effort to address climate change.  US Climate Alliance - Talanoa Dialogue Submission - April Final
CARE International 02 April 2018 Highlight need to increase ambition for 1.5C pathways; need to promote gender equality/human rights; examples of positive influence of the 1.5C limit CARE International submission to the Talanoa Dialogue April 2018 rev
CIDSE 02 April 2018 This submission serves to inform parties and non-party stakeholders to enter pathways towards climate justice and low-carbon development pathways.  CIDSE_Submission Talanoa Dialogue_Final_April 2018
Natural Capital Partners 03 April 2018 Exploring the opportunities to significantly raise ambition under the Paris Agreement by promoting commitments to net zero across the private sector Natural Capital Partners’ initial contribution to the Talanoa Dialogue
The Pembina Institute 03 April 2018 The Alberta Narratives Project is a new approach to public engagement research that builds skills and better communications around climate change. Talanoa Dialogue Submission-Alberta Narratives
CDP 03 April 2018 Insights from recent CDP data, analysis and tools in response to the questions of the Talanoa Dialogue. CDP TD Response
Global Coral Reef Alliance 03 April 2018 To reverse climate change in time to save coral reefs and low islands from extinction by global climate change GCRA WHITE PAPER DRAFT Apr 2 2018
Investor Group on Climate Change 03 April 2018 To provide investor insights and encourage government policies and investment practices that address the risks and opportunities of climate change IGCC - Talanoa Dialogue Submission March 2018 - FINAL
Brighter Green 03 April 2018 Show importance of food and agriculture to Paris goals and identify actions for sustainable, equitable, climate-compatible production and consumption. Brighter_Green_Talanoa Dialogue_Submission
PUSH Sweden 03 April 2018 To speak for young people in civil society, as necessary agents of change and ambition. Relates to all three questions of the Dialogue. PUSH Sweden Talanoa
UN Climate Resilience Initiative A2R 03 April 2018 To understand the progress countries have made toward building the capacities they need to be climate resilient. A2R_infobrief_web_singlepages
Climate Analytics gGmbH 03 April 2018 To summarise scientific findings relevant to the Talanoa Dialogue and the 1.5oC temperature limit in the Paris Agreement.  CA_Input_Talanoa_Dialogue_April 2018_FINAL
We Mean Business Coalition 04 April 2018 The We Mean Business coalition is pleased to submit our shared key messages. 20180403 WMB Submission to the Talanoa Dialogue TO PORTAL
Environmental Defense Fund 04 April 2018 This submission aims to demonstrate the importance of carbon pricing policies in increasing ambition without increasing total cost.   Talanoa submission carbon markets potential EDF April 3
WWF International 04 April 2018 Providing general recommendations on improving NDCs, specific recommendations on sectors and jurisdictions and case studies. WWF Talanoa submission April 2018 (final)
World Meteorological Organization (WMO) 06 April 2018 To inform Parties on the latest physical status of the global climate and its impacts, to provide more transparency through headline indicators 1212_en
African Development Bank 06 April 2018 To mobilize private sector financing of climate resilience activities through incentives.  Talanoa Q1 AfDB ABM
United Nations Development Programme 07 April 2018 To share challenges and lessons emerging on NDC implementation and progress towards achievement of the Paris Agreement, based on UNDP's experience. UNDP_Inputs to Talanoa Dialogue
International Maritime Organization 24 April 2018 To provide information on work undertaken by the International Maritime Organization to limit and reduce GHG emissions from international shipping IMO submission_Talanoa Dialogue_April 2018
ITUC 30 April 2018 Answer to the question ITUC summary Talanoa Dialogue contribution
American Anthropological Association 03 May 2018 My intent is to assess the state of knowledge of climate change as is relevant for river dwellers in northern Bangladesh. KhanContributionTalanoa
Internatkiona 07 May 2018 / Where are we ITUC _ contribution to the Talanoa Dialogue 6 April 2018
National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation 07 May 2018 This submission is to take stock of pre-2020 ambition and actions with a view to assessing the progress we’ve achieved so far. NCSC-submisison-Talanoa-pre2020-0505
Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development (CEBDS) 28 May 2018 This document aims to present a framework of sustainable development in Brazil and the opportunities to raise our ambition. CEBDS - Talanoa Dialogue Input_rev
Active Remedy Ltd 30 May 2018 Safeguarding the Global Water Cycle to Reduce the Negative  Impacts of Climate Change Active Remedy Ltd Input Talanoa Dialogues 2018
Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development 21 June 2018 Scale up local climate actions based on tested approaches and supported by higher flow of climate funds whose accountability to beneficiaries is key Final UCSD submission on TD Question 1
The Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders Group 29 June 2018 The Corporate Leaders Group brings together European business leaders to accelerate progress towards a low carbon, sustainable economy. CLG Talanoa Dialogue submission
The Climate Reality Project: Northern VA Chapter 10 August 2018 Our submission aims to present the climate action progress being made by grass-roots actors at the sub-national level in the state of Virginia, USA. CRP_NOVa_TalanoaDialogue
The University of Manchester 10 September 2018  Museums are
increasingly working together and with others to accelerate climate education and action. With greater
networking, visibility, collaboration and co-ordination, they could contribute very meaningfully to
multistakeholder partnerships, dialogue, and action.
Talanoa submission, Museums as key sites to accelerate climate change education, action, research and partnerships.pdf
Dutch Youth Council 12 September 2018 As youth council and youth representatives we are the substantive organization for the government related to youth policy and viewpoints Dutch Youth Talanoa Dialogue
Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources of Campeche State 01 October 2018 Contribute to share positions and thoughts from local perspective to global targets Official Position of Campeche State Government
National Association of Environmental State Authorities (ANAAE) 01 October 2018 Showcase the official position from ANAAE as a Mexican association of environmental secretaries Position of ANAAE mexican association
TODA Corporation 02 October 2018 To share TODA's environmental policy and initiatives through this process. Toda aims at realizing a decarbonized society through all its business activities
Eco-First Promotion Council 04 October 2018 By sharing our vision and accomplishments we aim to contribute to the achievement of Japanese government’s NDC goals. Unless the Private Sector Acts there will be No Decarbonized Society
UNFCCC Technology Executive Committee 04 October 2018 To inform the Talanoa Dialogue on the work of the TEC and its key findings with regard to the development and transfer of climate technologies Inputs of the Technology Executive Committee to the Talanoa Dialogue
Stay Grounded 19 October 2018 Our objective is a better regulatory framework for aviation GHG emissions, to rapidly reduce them. We suggest policy options to accomplish this. Recommending that the UNFCCC set policy that directly regulates aviation emissions
World Economic Forum 22 October 2018 Highlight what this leadership group convened by the World Economic Forum has been doing to implement the vision outlined in the summary below. Alliance of CEO Climate Leaders
Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme 22 October 2018 To highlight the importance of adaptation implementation together with the reduction of GHG emissions Submission from SPREP to the Talanoa Dialogue
WWF 23 October 2018 Provide a report on the Talanoa event held in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on July 7th, addressing the three questions posed. Talanoa Brazil: The Sao Paulo Kick-start
R20 Austrian World Summit 23 October 2018 The objective of our initiative and of this contribution is to accelerating climate action on regional and local level. R20AWS Contribution to the UN TALANOA-DIALOGUE
Center for Global Sustainability, University of Maryland 24 October 2018 The America’s Pledge initiative would like to share its latest findings from the groundswell of climate action from its “real economy” actors. America's Pledge Submission to the Talanoa Dialogue
Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change Foundation - CMCC Foundation 24 October 2018 Provide evidence on the role of energy in the context of adaptation as proposed in NDC and how it facilitates progress towards sustainable development Energy for adaptation: connecting the Paris Agreement with the Sustainable Development Goals
Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change Foundation - CMCC Foundation 24 October 2018 Increase transparency and comparability of the mitigation actions included in NDCs by combining stringency and equity indicators Fairness in NDCs: comparing mitigation efforts from an equity perspective
National Council for Climate Change 26 October 2018 Overall objective of COP 24 is bringing mutually agreed solution to meet challenge caused by global warming. Prioritizing Agriculture in UNFCCC Deliberation
World Council of Churches 25 October 2018 Faith communities share a common care for the most vulnerable and must be taken into the discussions on how we can safeguard the future. An Interfaith Submission – To protect the most vulnerable
We Mean Business 24 October 2018 A call for governments to increase the ambition of their climate targets; this provides business with policy certainty to accelerate climate action. We Mean Business Submission to the UNFCCC Talanoa Dialogue: Businesses Call for Increased Climate Ambition
CarbonCare InnoLab 26 October 2018 Our aim was to explore how to encourage greater awareness and achieve higher ambition levels for climate action in Hong Kong. The First Talanoa Climate Dialog in Hong Kong: Building trust & ambition
Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) 26 October 2018 Continue support of UN Paris Climate Agreement and engagement in opportunities for non-state actors. Talanoa Dialogue - Comments from the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA)
Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change Foundation - CMCC Foundation 26 October 2018 Reconciling differences between global-model estimates and country reporting of anthropogenic forest CO2 sinks for credible tracking under the GST Reconciling global-model estimates and country reporting of anthropogenic forest CO2 sinks
Islamic Relief Worldwide 26 October 2018 Presenting contributions from CSO and NGO staff, primary stakeholders, politicians, community and religious leaders in 13 countries. Islamic Relief Voices from the South
Climate & Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) 26 October 2018 CCAC Statement & Joint Submission to the Talanoa Dialogue, to be built on by CCAC Partners at their High Level Assembly on 11 Dec 2018 at COP24. CCAC Talanoa Statement & Joint Submission
GasNaturally 26 October 2018 Outline of the role of gas and innovative technologies as part of the solution to meet the Paris Agreement goals Input from GasNaturally to the Talanoa Dialogue
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis 26 October 2018 Determine and understand the level of emissions in 2030 resulting from current NDCs as well as the associated uncertainties.  Why are NDC projections so uncertain and how can they be made more precise?
SUEZ 26 October 2018 The objective of SUEZ input to the Talanoa Dialogue is to formulate key recommandations regarding climate innovation in the water and waste sectors SUEZ Contribution to the Talanoa Dialogue
Organizacion de los Pueblos Indigenas de la Amazonia Colombiana (OPIAC) and Asociacion Interetnica de Desarrollo de la Selva Peruana (AIDESEP) 27 October 2018 Demonstrate the important role of Indigenous Peoples for mitigation and reliance and secure our participation in the climate change agenda.   AIDESEP and OPIAC join in the Talanoa Dialogue: Amazonian Indigenous voices for climate action
FBO (The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary of California Lutheran University, the Lutheran World Federation,  Brot für die Welt, Lutherans Restoring Creation, and the Lutheran Office of Public Policy-California) 27 October 2018 To highlight the faith community's learnings and expertise in understanding all the factors that must be addressed for a just transition, Just Transition
Fundación Avina 27 October 2018 This submissions presents Fundación Avina's commitments to climate action and main progress achived over the past years. Fundación Avina
Turkish Industry and Business Association (TUSIAD) 28 October 2018 This submission aims to present TUSIAD's perspective on tackling climate change and demonstrates best practices from its members. Talanoa Submission of TUSIAD
Galvanizing the Groundswell of Climate Action; and Blavatnik School of Government 28 October 2018 Highlight the synergies between national governments and local governments, the private sector and civil society in their ability to step up ambition. Stepping up climate action at home: How local governments, the private sector, and civil society can work domestically help deliver NDCs and raise ambition
European Business Council for Sustainable Energy and Materials e.V. (e5) 28 October 2018 Objective is the creation of new building and construction materials based on a hybrid of carbon fibers and hards tone to replace steel and concrete Implementation of sustainable carbon-negativity by carbon-based building materials
Thriving Resilient Communities Collaboratory 29 October 2018 Promote whole systems approaches and collaborative partnerships to grow healthy local grassroots as the foundation for global resilience. Thriving Communities: A Sustainable Road to Global Resilience
Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE) 29 October 2018 To show the gap between the NDCs and 2°C in mitigation cost, and importance of total risk management including environmental product deployments Toward globally effective climate change countermeasures: total risk management recognizing the difficulties in the real world
Islamic Relief 29 October 2018 To explore the local solutions to addressing consumption patterns using journey through time Talanoa Dialogue - Islamic Relief
City of Kyoto 29 October 2018 To promote countermeasures on climate change in cities, which are the large source of greenhouse gas  emissions Becoming a net-zero emissions city through transformative changes in lifestyle, work-style and urban infrastructure
Climate Ethanol Alliance 29 October 2018 The objective is to emphasise the key role Ethanol has to play in decarbonising transport in line with the UN's sustainable development goals.  The role of ethanol in climate change mitigation
Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC 29 October 2018 OPEC remains engaged to the Paris Agreement; OPEC is committed to participate proactively in the dialogue encouraging its Member Countries as well. OPEC Input to the Talanoa Dialogue
International Institute for Environment and Development 29 October 2018 To communicate the views of the 300 practitioners and policymakers from 45 countries who held a gender-focused Talanoa, Malawi, June 2018 Input from the 12th Community-Based Adaptation conference Talanoa
Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand 29 October 2018 For frontline voices to influence the COP 24 process Oceania Talanoa Dialogue
Grantham Research Institute, London School of Economics 29 October 2018 A comparison of quantified targets in countries’ Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and targets in national laws and policies. Aligning national and international climate targets
International Chamber of Commerce 29 October 2018 Climate action must be scaled up urgently - both bottom up and top down action will be required to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement. ICC Talanoa Dialogue Submission October 2018 (Part A)
ECOLISE 29 October 2018 Recognition of Community-led Initiatives Transitioning to Regenerative Cultures and Economies
E3Modelling IKE 29 October 2018 Describe low-carbon transition pathways for the European Union European Union: Energy system restructuring towards a long-term low-emission pathway
Climate Smart Agriculture Youth Network 29 October 2018  Key Themes Identified through the CSAYN Talanoa Dialogue CSAYN TALANOA DIALOGUE
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (Energy Program) 29 October 2018 To provide quantitative input on the investments needed in the global energy system in order to satisfy the NDCs and 2 and 1.5 °C goals What investments are needed in the global energy system in order to satisfy the NDCs and 2 and 1.5 °C goals?
International Chamber of Commerce 29 October 2018 ICC is committed to helping business of all sizes around the world integrate our collective climate change objectives into their core operations. ICC Talanoa Dialogue Submission October 2018 (Part B)
Japan Climate Initiative 29 October 2018 To show the willingness of Japanese non-state actors to act for decarbonization. Japan Climate Action Summit Declaration
Climate Action Network in the Arab Region 29 October 2018 Water scarcity, energy access for all, these are the challenges for our region. In this document we share our challenges, and the future we want Arab Region Civil Society Contribution to the Ongoing Dialogue
EUROCITIES 29 October 2018 Highlight the importance of cities in developing and delivering plans to limit average global temperature rise to no more than 1.5C. EUROCITIES Talanoa Dialogue
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) 29 October 2018 This submission emphasizes the full commitment of the private sector and its key role towards achieving the Paris Agreement objectives.  WBCSD Talanoa Dialogue Submission (October 2018) FINAL
Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) 29 October 2018 Our unique effort with tools and mechanisms to respond to the PA and SDGs, with financial and technical innovation at national and sub-national levels Inter-American Development Bank Submission Q1
International Energy Agency 29 October 2018 To inform energy sector transitions and NDCs designed to deliver the Paris Agreement goals, based on IEA analysis.  International Energy Agency (IEA) Contribution to the Talanoa Dialogue - October 2018
CSO Equity Review 29 October 2018 Providing science- and equity-based assessment of countries’ NDCs vs fair shares of the global climate effort, while protecting the rights of the poor A Civil Society Equity Review submission: "Equity After Paris"-Q1
Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research 29 October 2018 A generation of climate change research to inform policy and practice Truly Useful climate change research for theory and practice-Q1
The Scottish Government 29 October 2018 To highlight Scotland's experience of tackling climate change Scottish Government response to Talanoa Dialogue
ParlAmericas 29 October 2018 To showcase the perspectives and contributions of parliamentarians from the Americas and Caribbean in raising climate ambition  ParlAmericas Contribution to the Talanoa Dialogue 
Peace Boat 29 October 2018 To provide input from young people from large ocean states on the front line of climate change A message from young people on the frontlines of climate change submitted by Peace Boat
Climate Youth Japan 29 October 2018 Giving reference to young people from other emission countries by disclosing activities or visions as Japanese youth.  Japanese Youth’s activities, Climate Youth Japan
Stockholm International Water Institute 29 October 2018 Highlight remaining challenges related to integration of the forest-water nexus in climate change discourse & policy processes, and offer solutions. Contribution of the Forest-Water Champions to the Talanoa Dialogue
Practical Action 29 October 2018 To recognise where we are and the increased level of ambition necessary to respond to the climate challenge Where are we - Practical Action
WWF UK 29 October 2018 To bring insights from a broad range of UK stakeholders on UK and global climate ambition UK Talanoa Dialogue – findings and recommendations
South African Youth Climate Change Coalition 29 October 2018 The objective of our input is to bring a youth perspective in the Talanoa Dialogue, telling the story of where we are from a South African context. Talanoa Dialogue: The South African Youth Perspective
The Nubian Vault 29 October 2018 A Low-Carbon Housing Solution for Adaptation and Mitigation of Climate Change A Low-Carbon Housing Solution for Adaptation and Mitigation
Natural Capital Partners 29 October 2018 A unique contribution that has gathered 60 companies with collective revenues of over $1.3 trillion to explore private sector pathways to net zero. Natural Capital Partners’ Final Submission to the Talanoa Dialogue | Raising Ambition: The Role of Business in Getting to Net Zero
University of Sussex 29 October 2018 Provide insights on the cooling needs in India Sustainable cooling & global warming: stakeholder voices from India
Alliance for Global Water Adaptation 29 October 2018 Offer recommendations for how to improve the outcomes of our climate change mitigation, adaptation and development activities through water management Resilient Policies: Achieving UNFCCC and SDG goals through water management: An official UNFCCC Talanoa Dialogue
Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development (nrg4SD) 29 October 2018 Emphasise the crucial role of regional governments in climate change adaptation and mitigation by taking stock of their strategies and actions nrg4SD submission to the Talanoa Dialogue - Where are we?
CDP 29 October 2018 CDP infographic showcasing the actions cities around the world are taking to tackle climate change and build sustainable economies. Global cities stepping up on climate action
ProVeg International 29 October 2018 The paper aims to raise awareness of the connection between our diets and climate change. It highlights opportunities to keep warming well below 2°C. Unlocking the potential of plant-based diets
The Climate Group 29 October 2018 The Climate Group describes how companies, states and regions are contributing to the ambition cycle of the Paris Agreement.  The Climate Group_Talanoa Submission
UN Environment DTU Partnership 29 October 2018 Assessing the role and potential of mitigation actions by non-state and subnational actors to contribute to bridging the emissions gap. UN Environment Emissions Gap Report - pre-release chapter on non-state and subnational action
African Centre for Technology Studies 29 October 2018 To enhance the visibility of ongoing non-state climate action and catalyse such action in Africa African Non-State Climate Action (ANSCA) platform - submission to the Talanoa Dialogue for COP 24
Oxford University (on behalf of Galvanizing the Groundswell of Climate Actions) 29 October 2018 To describe the state of global climate action after the California summit in order to provide new information and opportunities for COP24 Assessing global climate action after the California summit: Key messages for COP24
Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy/Texas Impact 29 October 2018 Texas Interfaith Power & Light is holding Talanoa Dialogues in Texas Gulf Coast communities focusing on disaster recovery and climate resilience Texas Talanoa: Faith Communities and Disaster
PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (on behalf of COMMIT and CD-LINKS) 29 October 2018 Contribution to the Talanoa Dialogue by the COMMIT and CD-LINKS projects, to provide negotiators with the latest findings on ratcheting up ambition. Opportunities for Enhanced Action to Keep Paris Goals in Reach
Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future 29 October 2018 Recommend steps needed to contribute to 1.5°C-consistent climate action through demand-side food strategies. Climate Solutions: Shifting Diets and Reducing Wasted Food
The Nature Conservancy 29 October 2018 A joint submission by the Global Mangrove Alliance to work towards the ambitious goal of increasing global mangrove cover by 20% in 2030.  Coastal Wetlands and Mangroves: A Natural Climate Solution Pathway to Climate Change
Climate Alliance 29 October 2018 To show action by local authorities and call for greater recognition of bottom-up action in national and UNFCCC policies, processes and reports Local authorities in action
Red Eclesial Panamazonica (Pan Amazonian Church Network) 29 October 2018 To hear the voices from those living and working in the Amazon to promote an integral human development and reduce carbon emissions Dialogue to promote an integral human development in the Amazon
Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) 29 October 2018 An inclusive and equitable low-carbon climate resilient growth that is responsive to the realities and aspirations of the African people. Talanoa Dialogue 2018: Submission by PACJA
Partnership for Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) 29 October 2018 Share the views of a mixed group of urban mobility actors in Latin America and the Caribbean Talanoa Dialogue on urban mobility in Latin America and the Caribbean
CEBDS - CONSELHO EMPRESARIAL BRASILEIRO PARA O DESENVOLVIMENTO SUSTENTÁVEL 29 October 2018 CEBDS hosted a Talanoa Dialogue which concluded the urgency to accelerate climate ambition of the countries, also in Brazil with the new government. Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development
Red Universitaria Ambiental Perú nodo San Luis Gonzaga de Ica 29 October 2018 To spread the situation in which we find ourselves, vision and mission in the face of climate change as a region of Ica, Peru. Pronunciamiento del Diálogo Talanoa, Ica-Perú.
Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) 29 October 2018 Inclusive, participatory and transparent dialogues that focus on capacity development for the youth in climate negotiations and policy engagement.   Africa Youth Talanoa Dialogue 2018
Asociación Adapt Chile 29 October 2018 Describe the input from the over 200 participants of the Local Government and Climate Change Summit in Chile held on Easter Island  Cumbre Rapa Nui - Easter Island (Donde Estamos)
PROYECTO TALANOA PERU 29 October 2018 Raise the voice of young peruvians about climate change YOUTH STATEMENT - PERU
Cornell University 29 October 2018 To encourage community members in Tompkins to share stories of how climate change is already affecting them, and encourage stronger government action. Tompkins/Ithaca, NY Talanoa Dialogue
Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon-COICA 29 October 2018 Rising awareness of the importance on the contribution of the Indigenous Peoples of the Amazon to the global climate The contribution of the Indigenous Peoples of the Amazon to the Global Climate
Fern 29 October 2018 Forest governance and respect for communities rights is essential to achieve the NDCs. Soumission des plateformes de la société civile d'Afrique centrale
Youth Climate Lab 29 October 2018 Showcase the diverse perspectives of youth on the current level of climate action, and the future they want: an inclusive, just, and sustainable world Co-creating climate solutions with youth: Insights from Canadian Youth on key climate issues and next steps to enhance action
PUSH Sweden 29 October 2018 To raise the issue of lifestyle and consumption patterns and the possibility of carbon footprint reduction in this area. Transition of Consumption Patterns and Lifestyles in Sweden
Movimiento de Jóvenes Latinoamericanos y Caribeños frente al Cambio Climático (CLIC!) 29 October 2018 Publicize the results of the Talanoa Dialogue implemented to young Mexicans during the local COY number 14 (COY 14 Mx) in Mexico City facing the COP 24 and towards the implementation of the Paris Agreement. The young people on the conference were coming from different states of the country.  CLIC! & COY 14 Mexico - Youth Talanoa Dialogue in Mexico City (CDMX)
Loyola Marymount University 29 October 2018 This Talanoa Dialogue submission provides evidence for the need to address critical issues related to sustainable and healthy dietary patterns and food procurement in order to contribute to the 1.5 C Goal. Sustainable and Healthy dietary patterns addressing climate change while promoting health
Centre for Policy Research 25 October 2018 Provide a comprehensive overview of national climate mitigation legislation, strategy, and targets across 194 countries in 2017 National action on climate change now covers 89% of GHG emissions, spurred by international climate agreements
East Amman Society for Environmental Protection/Jordan 25 October 2018 facilitate a dialogue with Jordanian civil societies that will lead to increased ambition of increasing ambition to address climate change combat.  Jordanian Environmental Societies proposed contribution to Jordan's INDCs