GEN returned to Bonn, Germany on 6 May 2018 to participate in the UNFCCC’s Talanoa Dialogue. Member States and non-State Actors took stock of global climate action through a round table dialogue by addressing three questions: (1) Where are we now? (2) Where do we want to go? (3) How do we get there?
GEN will tell a story about the young men and women of the Kumasi Institute of Tropical Agriculture (KITA) which promotes ecovillage solutions for regenerative development in Ghana. KITA illustrates how ecovillage solutions are helping meet the goals set by the Paris Agreement.
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