Global Stocktake

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Submission to Policy Process
This submission outlines our experiences and lessons learned in relation to conducting the first GST, providing following six key refinements for the second GST from the perspective of enhancing the impact of non-Party stakeholders’ engagement: Mechanism to encourage submissions Effective use of submissions Format of technical dialogues...
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Presentation
COP28 Side Evenet, UAE
Author:
Danica
Marie Supnet
This presentation provides a framing of the COP28 official side event, entitled "Bottom-up Approach of Regional Non-State Actors (NSAs) towards Updating NDCs in Post-GST" by IGES, West African Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use (WASCAL), University of Technology Malaysia (UTM), Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities...
Presentation
本プレゼンテーションは、2023年11月10日に実施されたCOP28直前ウェビナーシリーズ第1回「政治的局面を迎えるグローバル・ストックテイク 世界の軌道修正成るか」での発表資料である。グローバル・ストックテイクのこれまでの実施状況とCOP28の焦点についてまとめている。
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Submission to Policy Process
Author:
Danica
MARIE SUPNET
Danize
MARIE LUKBAN
Ira
GUERRERO
Janssen
MARTINEZ
This policy paper and submittion to the first Global Stocktake (GST), highlights the potential contributions of non-state actors (NSAs) in the follow-up period of GST1, and presents recommendations to governments to unlock and maximize these opportunities. It draws lessons from our experience in developing the Independent Global Stocktake (iGST)...
Conference Proceeding
Author:
Danica
Marie Supnet
Danize
Marie Lukban
Ira
Guerrero
Janssen
Martinez
This summary report outlined the events that transpired during the official launch of the Independent Global Stocktake (iGST) Southeast Asia (SEA) regional hub on May 16-18, 2023 in Manila, Philippines. During the three-day event, non-state actor (NSA) representatives from the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia, Malaysia, Timor...
Submission to Policy Process
Author:
Danica
Marie Supnet
Danize
Marie Lukban
Angelika
Marie David
Janssen
Martinez
In response to the call for inputs to the third technical dialogue of the first Global Stocktake of the Paris Agreement, this submission intends to present an approach for non-state actors (NSAs) to engage with the implementation of the Global Stocktake (GST). It builds on the voices of NSAs collected through an initiative called “iGST Southeast...
Conference Proceeding
Author:
Danica
Marie Supnet
Janssen
Martinez
Angelika
Marie David
The participation and engagement of non-state actors (NSAs), including civil society, businesses, local governments, academia, and NGOs, plays an essential role in the implementation of the Global Stocktake (GST). NSAs can join the GST by making submissions and attending its technical dialogues. Their active participation fills various gaps in...
Commentary (Op. Ed)
Nikkei Asia
The 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change contains a mechanism, known as the Global Stocktake (GST), to collectively assess progress toward meeting its long-term goals for climate mitigation, adaptation and finance every five years. The outcomes of the GST then are to update their nationally determined contributions to the accord's goals based on...