COP 22 – A Review

By Faustina Boakye

ACCESS participated in meetings and events organised by member organizations and civil society organizations, particularly the Women’s Gender Constituency (WGC) of the UNFCCC and Women’s Caucus and HIVOS.  ACCESS made submissions at various events and introduced the organization at a wide range of events.

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Women demand to be equally and fully engaged in all levels of climate change decision making

 

Read the ACCESS Statement on COP22.

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ACCESS Statement on COP 22

ACCESS calls for prioritisation of energy access in delivering the Paris Agreement. Support is needed for research, the strengthening of national enabling environments and inclusive national energy planning.

Marrakech, November 8, 2016 – A year on from the Paris Agreement and the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), are we moving down the right track to deliver sustainable and efficient energy systems to prevent dangerous climate change and pull billions of people out of energy poverty? ACCESS calls for upscaling and prioritizing energy access, research, support to strengthen their national enabling environments and support for inclusive national energy planning. Continue reading “ACCESS Statement on COP 22”

ACCESS at COP 22 – Marrakesh

How to deliver clean energy access to the billions of people that need it will be a key question at COP 22 this year. ACCESS members will be working with negotiators and hosting side events to advocate for energy access that meets the needs of the poorest, and involves communities in decision making processes.

ACCESS Statement on COP 22

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