About The Citizens’ Campaign: The Citizens’ 2015 Campaign For A Global Climate Campaign provides information and materials that support the efforts of NGOs and citizens around the world to ensure a strong global climate agreement is produced. * Such an agreement is scheduled to be finalized at a Paris meeting of Heads of State in December 2015. The Citizens’ Campaign serves a worldwide network of affiliated global, regional, and local NGOs. We provide Campaign participants with information that they can use to become better informed about the content of their country’s greenhouse gas emission reduction pledges. This campaign is coordinated by The Global Citizens’ Initiative (TGCI) and EarthAction. Comments or suggestions can be sent to email@example.com
The Campaign is being sponsored by concerned organizations including: The Global Citizens’ Initiative (TGCI), EarthAction, Earth Council Alliance, International Peace Bureau, Kenya Environment and Waste Management Association, India Youth Climate Network, Earth Child Institute, Amazon Watch, TREE, International Center for Climate and Development (Bangladesh), Catholic Environmental Movement, Socio-Environmental Fund CASA, Bahrain Women’s Association for Human Development, Jordan Environmental Society Center for Environmental Activities Zrodla, Solidarity Incorporated, Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network, World Workable Trust, Sustainable Rural Community Development, Kosmos Associates Inc., Liology Institute, Organization for the Defense of the Environment Burundi, Labour, Health, and Human Rights Development Centre, Network for Promotion of Agriculture and Environmental Studies, Jeunes Volontaires pour l’Environment Nepal, Eco Partners SB, African Climate Change Research Centre, Grupo GEA, RCP-Network, Community Empowerment and Social Justice Foundation, Cadre Cameroon Association, Green Planet, Outreach Scout Foundation, Youth for Life Uganda, Social Good Summit 2016, Development & Integrity Intervention Goal Foundation, and many others. The Citizens’ 2015 Global Climate Agreement Campaign also is providing technical support for the worldwide Citizens’ Climate Lobby Pathway to Paris Project and the Global Call for Climate Action.
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About This Webpage: This webpage is intended for NGOs and individuals to download documents intended to support their work ensuring a strong Global Climate Agreement is produced at a meeting of Heads of State in Paris in December, 2015.
Climate Change Policy Hall of Fame:
Countries in our Citizens’ Campaign Climate Change Hall of Fame have either submitted exemplary Paris pledges or committed to robust climate action plans. Inducted countries’ pledges and action plans meet the Campaign’s pledge standards and focus on domestic greenhouse gas emission reduction. Nominated countries fall just short of induction and must fulfill a few minor conditions to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Jersey – Jersey’s Climate Action Plan
Marshall Islands – The Marshall Islands’ INDC Pledge in Advance of COP21 Paris
Dominica – Dominica’s Paris INDC Pledge
- Dominica’s climate change policy has been nominated for the Climate Change Hall of Fame by the Citizens’ 2015 Campaign for a Global Climate Agreement. Please click on the above link to see Dominica’s climate change policy and their pledge to the 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference. In order to move from nominated to inducted, Dominica needs to make the following changes in its climate change policy and Paris pledge:
- Use the IPCC recommended base year, 1990.
- Do not use emission market mechanisms that rely on the actions of countries to achieve Dominica’s emission reduction target.
- Implement a domestic carbon tax or other carbon pricing mechanims as a means of reducing domestic production and the use of carbon.
The European Union – The European Union’s Paris INDC Pledge
- The European Union’s climate change policy has been nominated for the Climate Change Hall of Fame by the Citizens’ 2015 Campaign for a Global Climate Agreement. Please click on the above link to see the EU’s climate change policy and their pledge to the 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference. In order to move from nominated to inducted, the European Union needs to make the following changes in its climate change policy and Paris pledge:
- Strengthen their greenhouse gas emission policies and programs.
- Provide information on the accounting rules and potential magnitude of land use, land use change, and forestry impact on emissions levels in 2030.
- Work with EU member states to ensure that their greenhouse gas emission reduction policies and programs are sufficient and implemented in a timely manner to achieve overall greenhouse gas emission reduction targets for the EU.
Click the links below to access compilations of responses to the campaign.