The climate action coalitions are at work around the world to cut emissions, pursue nature-based solutions, extend sustainable energy and invest in resilient cities, among many other initiatives.

Coalitions for Action

Governments, businesses and civil society members are connecting in climate coalitions to speed the pace of climate action. Initiated at the 2019 Climate Action Summit held at the United Nations, the coalitions are reducing emissions, tackling critical concerns such as jobs and gender equality, unlocking finance, building sustainable infrastructure, using nature-based solutions, and advancing adaptation and climate resilience. Read some of their stories on this page; click here for an overview.

 

The United Nations’ role as a convener is needed more than ever to encourage people to collaborate, be ambitious and take actions required to limit global temperature rise to no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius. The United Nations also stands behind a transition to a sustainable, low-carbon economy that is just and beneficial for all people.

UN Secretary-General: Institutional Investors Crucial for Net Zero

UN Secretary-General António Guterres has called on investors who move much of the world’s money to set increasingly ambitious targets and adopt specific plans for achieving net-zero carbon emissions.

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