UNFCCC 2023 Global Stocktake
The UNFCCC Global Stocktake is a process to evaluate the progress made in implementing the Paris Agreement, and therefore by how much ambition should be increased in future NDCs. It takes place every 5 years. The WHO, health researchers, and health organizations are calling for health to be considered a core, cross-cutting measure used in the Stocktake to assess international progress on tackling climate change.
Health Community Submission to the UNFCCC Global Stocktake
Together with the World Health Organization and civil society and academic partners from around the world, the Global Climate and Health Alliance made a joint submission to the August 2022 call for inputs to the UNFCCC Global Stocktake. The Global Stocktake is a...
GCHA and HCN Joint Submission to the Global Stocktake
In February 2022, the Global Climate and Health Alliance made a joint submission to the Global Stocktake. The UNFCCC Global Stocktake is a process to evaluate the progress made in implementing the Paris Agreement, and therefore by how much ambition should be increased...
Maximizing health and equity gains of mitigation policies to deliver the Paris Agreement: submission to the third call for technical inputs to the first Global Stocktake (March 2023)
Climate, Health, and Equity Criteria for Policy Analysis and Evaluation (March 2023)
World Health Organization and Lancet Countdown Submission to the third meeting of the technical dialogue of the global stocktake (TD 1.3) (March 2023)
Submission from the global health community: Views on the approach to the consideration of outputs component of the first Global Stocktake (Febraury 2023)
Submission to the UNFCCC First Global Stocktake, Second Technical Call (August 2022)
Submission to the UNFCCC Global Stocktake first technical call from the Global Climate and Health Alliance and the Health and Climate Network (February 2022)