Through extensive consultations with strategic partners and key stakeholders, the ACT2025 consortium offers clarity on how to achieve ambitious outcomes at UN climate negotiations. The publications below lay out key areas where progress is essential to rebuild trust with vulnerable nations, foster international cooperation and chart a path toward greater global solidarity.

 

Addressing the Needs of Climate-Vulnerable Countries at COP28: A Call to Action from ACT2025

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ACT2025’s Call to Action for COP28 sets clear expectations for a positive outcome that meets the needs of climate vulnerable countries. It proposes a set of solutions and shows where action is possible, from the $100 billion finance commitment and the global goal on adaptation to loss and damage funding arrangements, the new global goal on finance, equitably phasing out fossil fuels and more.

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The Global Stocktake: A Reckoning for Leaders

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COP28 will be home to the world’s first ever Global Stocktake, a a unique opportunity to drive global climate action and increase cooperation on long-term climate goals. This paper examines the outcomes needed from the Global Stocktake to limit warming to 1.5˚ C and ensure climate-resilient development. It also explores how leaders should respond at COP28 and beyond.

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COP27: Alliance Statement - Call for Enhanced Implementation

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ACT2025’s Alliance Statement lays out five areas where progress is essential to reach an ambitious and just outcome at the COP27 climate summit. The statement offers clarity on how to achieve these ambitious outcomes and aims to elevate and amplify the needs and priorities of developing countries, charting a path toward greater global solidarity.

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A Call for Greater Ambition with Concerted and Meaningful Action

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This paper describes the three areas of urgent action that governments need to take at COP27 to bridge the mitigation gap to help limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C. This includes countries updating their NDCs and long-term strategies in a credible, ambitious manner, in line with the scientific evidence provided by the IPCC that aligns short- and long-term policy goals with a 1.5°C pathway.

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A Call for High-Quality, Scaled-Up Finance

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This paper describes the two areas of urgent action that governments must take at COP27 to advance sufficient and adequate financial support to developing countries. This includes clear finance targets for mitigation, adaptation and loss and damage finance and for developed countries, especially the G7, to reach a total of $600 billion in climate finance from 2020-2025.

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COP27: A Call for Enhanced Implementation of Adaptation Action

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This paper proposes a set of recommendations for governments to shift from planning for to implementing adaptation measures. It is part of a series that supports the ACT2025 Call for Enhanced Implementation – a set of recommendations for COP27 that can help keep us on the path to achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement.

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COP27: A Call for Enhanced Implementation of the Paris Rulebook

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This paper describes the two areas of urgent action that governments much take at COP27 to advance sufficient and adequate financial support to developing countries — in particular, to those most vulnerable to climate impacts. This includes clear finance targets for mitigation, adaptation and loss and damage finance and for developed countries, especially the G7 (which is to provide the bulk of this finance), to reach a total of $600 billion in climate finance from 2020-2025.

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COP27: A Call for Enhanced Implementation of Loss and Damage Action

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This paper provides a brief history of the rise and fall of loss and damage in the UN climate negotiations and why addressing it this year at COP27 is a matter of urgency and justice. It is part of a series that supports the ACT2025 Call for Enhanced Implementation – a set of recommendations for COP27 that can help keep us on the path to achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement. 

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COP26: Alliance Statement and Call to Action

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The ACT2025 Alliance Statement was released in September 2021 to coincide with the 76th UN General Assembly. The statement lays out key areas where progress is essential to rebuilding trust with vulnerable nations, fostering international cooperation, and reaching an ambitious and just outcome at COP26 in Glasgow.

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