Damaging winds from Cyclone Percy, Tokelau 2005. Photo credit: AusAID CC BY 2.0
The joint-constituency “Call for Action” supported by Climate Action Network (CAN), Demand Climate Justice (DCJ), The Official Youth Constituency of the UNFCCC (YOUNGO), and Women and Gender Constituency (WGC) sets out a vision for an effective and operational Santiago Network on Loss and Damage (SNLD), including actions that the Presidencies must undertake to deliver that at COP26, and the role of civil society in this process.
With this document we “Call for Action” to operationalise an effective SNLD that moves beyond a so far virtual presence. This will require a Party-driven process where the finance, function, structure and review arrangements for the SNLD are resolved prior to COP26 to enable the preparation of a COP decision.
The call has been prepared for two key events for the SNLD in the week of 26 April to 30th April (the informal meeting on the SNLD on 26 April, and the meeting of the WIM ExCom from 27 to 30 April 2021).
For enquiries directly related to the L&DC's Santiago Network Project please contact the Project Lead heidimareewhite [@] gmail.com.