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Emissions-Impacts-Climate Change

New theme page launched on UNEP Live
The new page on UNEP’s knowledge management platform – UNEP Live - highlights initiatives at the national and regional levels, as well as responses the international community is putting in place. The Emissions-Impact-Climate Change page includes:

The Emissions Gap Report:
UNEP conducts periodic scientific assessments of the Emissions Gap on climate change mitigation scenarios. It focuses on examining the gap in 2030 between emission levels consistent with the 2 °C limit, and levels expected if country pledges/commitments are met. UNEP reports that the gap is large, but can be bridged through concerted action that promotes both development goals and climate change mitigation. » Read more

COP21, Paris, France





  • Daily Events
    • Information Hub Overview - Paris COP 21/CMP 11
  • Wednesday, 2 December 2015
    • Farmers' Day - Lima-Paris Action Agenda (LPAA)
    • Resilience - Lima-Paris Action Agenda (LPAA)
    • One Ocean, One Climate, One UN: Working together for a healthy and resilient ocean
    • The importance of coastal ecosystems for adaptation: Experiences from Small Island Developing States
    • Coastal EBA in SIDS - Focus on Seychelles and Grenada
    • UNFCCC Technology Mechanism: Enhancing Climate Technology Action
    • UNEP/SEAN-CC Lead: Climate Knowledge Networks and Partnerships
    • UN Oceans side event
    • Resilience - Lima-Paris Action Agenda (LPAA)
    • GCCA - Myanmar Climate Change Alliance (MOECAF/UNEP/UN-Habitat): key elements of Myanmar Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan
  • Thursday, 3 December 2015
    • Young and Future Generations Day
    • Lima Adaptation Knowledge Initiative in the Southern African Sub-region

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The Climate and Clean Air Coalition to Reduce Short-Lived Climate Pollutants


Climate Technology Centre & Network

Youth Climate Report Video Map

GIS World Map of Youth Climate Report Interview Subjects 2015
Created by York University, Mark Terry, Humanities 6329, "Digital Humanities and Social Change", Professor T.V. Reed