Archive 1st session: Why COP matters for the poorest and most vulnerable countries to climate change

  • By Helen Picot (CDKN) and CDKN Negotiations Support colleagues
  • 19/11/2015
19 November 2015 (11:30 GMT) How will COP21 and the global climate agenda which it produces affect the poorest and most vulnerable countries? And what does implementation of that agenda mean for climate vulnerable countries? Join us to discuss the key issues and to share your expectations.

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