AFRICA, CLIMATE AND CIVIL SOCIETY

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Tchamou Blandine Olive

by Blandine Olive Tchamou

2015-12-18
 

The Conference of the Parties (COP) has always been broadly open to civil society. The first of its kind, held in Berlin in 1995, included the participation of 176 NGOs. Over subsequent meetings the number rose, with 1750 attending COP20 in Lima. Before the drastic security measures made necessary by the attacks of 13 November in Paris, the accreditation given to civil society for this COP21 suggested that a new participation record would be set as its representatives were due to account for half of the 40,000 expected  participants.

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