AMCEN’s work on climate change in Africa (African Process for Combating Climate Change) was initiated as a follow up to the twelfth  session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN) held in Johannesburg, South Africa in June 2008 during which AMCEN underscored the importance of the decision and outcomes of the United Nations Climate Change Conference held in Bali, Indonesia, in December 2007, in particular the agreement on the Bali Action Plan, which set 2009 as the end date for negotiations on strengthening the climate regime beyond 2012.  More >>

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Africa Calls For a Fair, Inclusive, Effective and Equitable New Agreement in Copenhagen
Closing press release of the technical session of AMCEN Pre-COP 15


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Harvesting rain
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Escaping Floods
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Report of the second meeting of the African high-level expert panel on climate change
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Key Messages to Ministers and Heads of State and Government on Africa’s Common Negotiating Position on Climate Change
By African Group of Negotiators

Addis Ababa, 20 October 2009
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Overview of Second Phase of Implementation the African process for combating climate change
July 2009 – February 2010
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Report of the Ministerial Segment of the Special Session on Climate Change
29 May 2009

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