Last weekend, the Spanish Citizen’s Assembly for the Climate held its last session, voting and approving 172 recommendations for a fairer and secure Spain in the face of climate change.
The Assembly has met over the past seven months in a mix of online and face-to-face sessions. It broke into five workstreams which each generated recommendations: consumption; food and land use; work; community, health and care; and ecosystems.
The Assembly’s report will be published later in the year and presented to government and parliament by a group of 12 assembly members appointed by their peers as spokespersons.
KNOCA will hold a learning call on Spain’s Citizens’ Assembly for the Climate in the Autumn.
For more information, visit the official website of Spain’s Citizens’ Assembly for the Climate.