While last week negotiations were navigated by many staff representatives of member nations, this week the country ministers with higher political positions arrive to finalize and continue negotiations.
Observers and participants continue to learn and share and to demand strong action from all the governments of the world.
This weekend included a climate march in Madrid with an estimated 500,000 people. Meaningful actions and witnesses also continue, like this morning’s vigil honoring those who have been killed for their environmental projection work.
A good overview of some top priorities for the official business of the COP 25 is available from the World Resources Institute at: wri.org/blog/2019/11/cop25-climate-conference-priorities
May we keep in prayer all those working for change, at all levels, this week and all weeks throughout the year.