A climate assembly brings together randomly-selected everyday people to learn, deliberate and make recommendations on aspects of the climate crisis.

The term “citizens’ assembly” is used in different ways and other bodies such as citizens’ juries have similar features.  

KNOCA is initially using the term “citizens assemblies” in a broad sense to include any participatory process that combines random selection, deliberation and decision making.

Watch this short introductory animation and a more in-depth presentation below to learn more.

Climate Assemblies explained

What is a Climate Assembly