Talanoa Dialogue Current Affairs, GK & News
Talanoa is a traditional approach used in Fiji and other Pacific islands to engage in an inclusive, participatory and transparent dialogue to resolve differences without putting any blame on any one. As per COP23 decision, it has been structured around three questions to arrive at answers with consensus: Where are we? Where do we want ....Read More
In November 2017, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) released the eighth edition of Environment Emissions Gap Report. Key Highlights Big carbon emissions gap exists between the levels that can be achieved in 2030 with present climate commitments. Full implementation of the ‘unconditional’ Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and comparable action afterwards “could result in a ..
Topics: Climate forcing agents • Environment • Global warming • Greenhouse gas • Intended Nationally Determined Contributions • Law by country • Paris Agreement • Politics • Talanoa Dialogue • United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
The UNFCCC Climate Change Conference (COP23) was held in Bonn, Germany and was presided over by Government of Fiji. It concluded with countries putting in place a roadmap for ‘Talanoa Dialogue’, a year-long process to assess countries’ progress on climate actions. The Conference also made progress on framing rules for implementing 2015 Paris Agreement on ..