The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
- A successful Global Stocktake, which paves the way for stronger NDCs to correct course to 1.5C.
- A decision to phase out fossil fuels no later than 2050.
- Full operationalization of the Loss and Damage Fund, with pledged funds.
- A decision on a comprehensive framework for the Global Goal on Adaptation.
- Scaling up finance by developed countries to beyond $100 billion per annum.
- Alignment of all private and public financial flows with climate objectives.
Bringing climate change and energy to the centre of the multilateral system has never been more challenging and more urgent than in 2023. This year we will see the political consolidation of the Paris Agreement. The first Global Stocktake will have its political phase at COP28, set to conclude that global efforts to date are woefully insufficient, and we are far off course. There are other important multilateral moments such as the G7 and G20 Summits, the Summit for a New Global Financial Pact, the UN Climate Ambition Summit, and the International Climate and Energy Summit.
The UN Secretary General rightly said our world needs climate action on all fronts — ‘everything, everywhere, all at once’. In this manifesto, we highlight six decisions needed from world leaders and other stakeholders. The common thread throughout these moments is the need to correct course, culminating with strong decisions at COP28.
Will developed countries deliver the climate finance the world needs to keep 1.5 alive?
At COP28, WWF covers Billie Eilish and Finneas in a startling stop-motion film on the devastating ...