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Webinar: Engaging with Impact in the Talanoa Dialogue: Telling Your Climate Story

Part two of the World Resource Institute’s webinars on the Talanoa Dialogue  focuses on how to make meaningful and compelling contributions to the first global stocktaking effort of the Paris Agreement. 

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About The Webinar

The new COP23 chief negotiator, Luke Daunivalu joined WRI in Part two of our Talanoa Dialogue webinar series. Daunivalu is Fiji’s deputy permanent representative to the United Nations who is now leading the Talanoa Dialogue. Also participating will be Claudio Forner, Team Lead for the Mitigation Program at the UNFCCC Secretariat; Wael Hmaidan, Executive Director of Climate Action Network International and Yunus Arikan, Head of Global Policy and Advocacy for ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability. Paula Caballero, Global Director of WRI’s Climate Program will moderate.

Topics to be addressed in this session include:

  • How to develop constructive and compelling submissions that answer the core questions of this yearlong solutions-oriented process: “where are we?  Where do we want to go? How do we get there?”

  • How to work with High-Level Climate Champions and peer organizations to coordinate written submissions and events

  • What resources are available to link your local, regional or sectoral event to the Talanoa Dialogue

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Please watch the first webinar, “How You Can Engage with the Talanoa Dialogue” for an overview of the unique opportunities for non-state actor participation.

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