The Embassy of France works together with non-state actors on climate change issues

The Embassy of France to Ghana works together with non-state actors and play an active role in the dissemination of the challenges posed by climate change.

The Embassy of France in Ghana works together with non-state actors (Organizations of Civil Society, media) and play an active role in the dissemination of the challenges posed by climate change. At least 4 non-governmental organizations are participating at the Paris Conference on Climate Change (COP 21).

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Alongside government representatives who are negotiating the Paris agreement on climate change, the civil society is fully involved in the Paris Conference. A vast area of 20,000 m2 (l’Espace Generation Climat) is dedicated to Non Governmental Organizations, this is a first time in the history of climate conferences. In that space, the African pavilion of 1000 m2 hosts more specifically African groups of interest. Ghana will present its activities at the "Ghana Day" on December 11.

Dernière modification : 09/12/2015

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