Six months before COP21, the World Summit Climate & Territories was a unique opportunity for all the major groups of non-state actors (subnational and local governments, NGOs, business, workers and trade unions, youth, women, scientists) to make their voices heard, highlight the importance of a territorial perspective on climate.
In Lyon, they present their concrete commitments and specific proposals to the negotiating States who are expected to agree on a new bold and universal climate deal in Paris in December to improve the world heritage.
- Download World Summit Climate & Territories general Declaration
Placing territorial action at the heart of the response to climate challenge
- Mobility and transports
- Climate finance
- Low carbon economy and jobs
- Decentralised cooperation and territorial partnership
- Territorial planning