From 31 October to 12 November, the UK will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) located in Glasgow, Scotland. COP26 aims to accelerate climate action to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UNFCCC. COP26 is important because this decade is the last opportunity for us to scale up climate action to achieve the 1.5-degree goal.
In order to welcome this grand agenda, civil society organizations, Madani Berkelajutan Foundation, Walhi, Kemitraan, and LTKL took part in the Indonesian pavilion at COP26.
One of the activities that will be held is a discussion with the theme Inclusive And Collaborative Climate Action Under The Next Generation Leaderships: NPS Contributions to Long Term Development Strategy, On Tuesday, 9, November 13.20 to 14.40 WIB.
In this discussion, a number of presenters were present, namely the Executive Director of the Partnership, Laode Muhammad Syarif, Adat Women Leaders Ammatoa Kajang Community, Ramlah, Prokilm-Social Forestry of Nagari Sirukam West Sumatra, Selfi Suryani, Head of Gorontalo District, Prof. Nelson Promalingo, Adat Youth Leaders from Dusun Silit West Kalimantan, and Duayam x Krealogi, Hanna Keraf.
Register yourself to take part in the event at the following link www.indonesiaunfccc.com