Posts tagged #ADP 2.11

Meeting the Alumni

This year, it's been a huge privilege to not only be leading a delegation of nine incredible young folks, but to also be meeting up with five of the Institute's alumni who're here in Morocco.

So, here are five case studies in how the Institute can be a trajectory-changing, life-affirming experience - and how young Kiwis can do really, really epic stuff.

Yong Ly: Room for speculation

After only one day of ADP, the co-chairs of the Bonn session decided that observers would no longer be allowed into the majority of the negotiations taking place in Spin Off Groups (SOGs). Although this stance was challenged by the developing country blocks, Japan raised an objection and twitter tag #ADP2 started going crazy. 

Posted on October 22, 2015 and filed under UN Climate Talks 2015, UN Climate Talks 2014.

Ben Abraham: Opinion: 'Consensus Reached On Scaling Up Financing Through Increased Cafeteria Sales'

Today, our ADP 2.11 delegate Ben Abraham was published in ECO, the Climate Action Network newsletter at the UN climate negotiations.  He shared his thoughts on this Bonn session's exclusion of civil society.  Read the full text of his satirical piece below - and see the original article here.