WWViews participants expect COP15 negotiators to ensure that new or stronger international institutions are put in place to advance the objectives of a new climate deal.
The WWViews participants give a clear mandate to their COP15 negotiators to strengthen existing international institutions or establish new ones.
It is noteworthy that participants â€“ except when calling for a new global funding institution â€“ frequently proposed institutional innovations that are neither discussed in the WWViews background informational materials nor mentioned in the questions that they answered during the WWViews meetings.
Some notably forceful and original recommendations come from participants in low-income nations that are especially vulnerable to the consequences of global warming.
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