'Radical collabration is essential': UN-backed global citizens' assembly to take place ahead of COP26

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Citizens' assemblies are forums where members of the public discuss important issues | Mauro Mora
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Citizens' assemblies are forums where members of the public discuss important issues | Mauro Mora

'Biggest ever' citizen's assembly will encourage climate discussions between 'millions' of global citizens in lead up to vital climate summit, according to partner organisations

Citizens from around the world will be invited to take part in a supersized citizens' assembly in the lead up to the COP26 conference next year that aims to canvas views on the best ways to tackle the...

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