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  • The Declaration builds on the work of the 2050 Pathways Platform and was signed by 16 developed and emerging countries, including 13 Platform member countries.

  • The 2050 Pathways Platform co-hosted a high-level event with the Fiji Presidency to discuss progress on long-term pathways and ambition, featuring the Marshall Islands, Germany, Ethiopia, New Zealand, Mexico, and Laurence Tubiana, founder of the 2050 Pathways Platform.

  • by Amal-Lee Amin and Richard Baron

  • COP23 in Bonn, Germany.

    06 November, 2017

    David Levaï (IDDRI) and Richard Baron (2050 Pathways Platform) encourage negotiators to think ‘beyond targets’ and to adopt a broader lens to look at climate ambition.

  • “Building Momentum”: 2050 Pathways Platform
    New York Climate Week
    Thursday 21 September 2017 – 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
    Instituto Cervantes, 211 E 49th St, New York, NY 10017, USA

  • Laurence Tubiana visited India in early September 2017 to attend the Business and Climate Summit and hold meetings to discuss the possibility for India to engage with the 2050 Pathways Platform.

  • The G20 countries have introduced a reference to the 2050 Pathways Platform in the G20 Climate and Energy Action Plan for Growth..

  • On 17th May 2017, during the Bonn UNFCCC Intersessional, the Pathways Platform held its first member meeting, after the Platform’s launch at COP22. The meeting was attended by nearly all members of the Platform as well as prospective members.

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