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COP21: understanding the issues behind the actions of non-state actors

20 November 2015 - Foreword of the week

Meet Alexia Leseur – Program Manager of our Territories and Climate division – who will briefly explain the main ideas behind the actions of non-state actors.

In two minutes, you will come to understand who non-state actors are, what actions they’re taking to reduce GHG emissions and their influence in the COP21 under the Agenda of Solutions framework.

Find out more about ClimasCOPe.

Read our publication on the actions of non-state actors.

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