Governing Our Climate Future
Interim Report of The Climate Governance Commission, 2021
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The Climate Governance Commission, convened under the auspices of the Global Challenges Foundation (GCF), aims to contribute to filling crucial climate action gaps in the implementation of known solutions, diffusion of vital policies and adequate governance, and by proposing, developing, and building partnerships to promote governance solutions for urgent and effective climate action. As one step towards this end, a range of authors from various fields of expertise, academics, diplomats, international lawyers, economists, (youth) activists, policymakers, and civil society and business representatives, were invited to contribute ideas for high impact enhancements or reforms of the current global governance system that would facilitate the implementation of effective policies, to drive the economic and social transformations needed to achieve climate and sustainable development goals.