Highlights der Bonner Klimakonferenz 2019: die Rolle nichtstaatlicher und lokaler Akteure, von Daten und der SDGs

Das Klimalog-Projekt am Deutschen Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) organisierte eine Vielzahl von Veranstaltungen bei und am Rande der 50. Sitzung des UNFCCC Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) und Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA), auch Bonner Klimakonferenz genannt. Diese fand vom 14. bis 27. Juni in Bonn statt. Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler des Projekts und seiner Partnerorganisationen informierten und diskutierten mit verschiedenen Akteuren, wie eine klimafreundliche, gerechte und nachhaltige Zukunft erreicht werden kann.…

Highlights of the Bonn Climate Change Conference 2019: the role of non-party actors, data and SDGs alignment

The Klimalog project at the German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) has been organising a variety of events at, and in the margins of, the 50th sessions of the UNFCCC Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) – or Bonn Climate Change Conference – that took place in Bonn, Germany, from June 14 to 27. DIE events aimed at engaging a diverse audience in discussions around achieving a climate-smart, just and sustainable future.…

How to frame South-South Cooperation? Challenges of the upcoming 2nd UN Conference on South-South Cooperation

Photo: statue gomero de la recoleta

In 2015, world leaders set up the most ambitious agendas: the 2030 Agenda and the Paris agreement on climate change. These agendas included commitments to eradicate hunger, and to fight poverty and inequality, leaving no one behind. They also included voluntary obligations to reduce emissions and to adopt serious measures for mitigating and promoting adaptation to the impact of climate change.

The G20 Foreign Ministers‘ Meeting: Rebuilding the Social Fabric of International Cooperation

On 16-17 February 2017 the foreign ministers of the G20 countries gathered in Bonn, Germany’s United Nations city. This was the second ever meeting of foreign ministers under the G20 umbrella, which brings together 19 of the world’s largest economies, plus the European Union. The discussion among the G20 foreign ministers officially centered around issues of a long-term nature such as the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris climate agreement, crisis prevention and resolution, and opportunities for deepening the G20’s relationship with African economies.

Panel discussion: The role of the G20 in fostering multilateralism

Photo: PanelistsThe G20 should play a prominent role in strengthening multilateral institutions. This view was recently echoed at a joint high-level panel discussion between policy-makers and Think20 experts. The panel discussion took place on the occasion of the second ever G20 Foreign Ministers Meeting on 16 February 2017, in the United Nations City of Bonn, Germany.