Conference call: What COP25 means for the future of sustainable development

This is an excerpt from the call. Devex Pro subscribers and Devex Business Intelligence Account members can access the full conference call recording below. Via YouTube.

The 25th U.N. Climate Change Conference — COP25 — marks an important moment in global policymaking to move the needle in the fight against dangerous climate change. Despite strong calls to action for governments and organizations to come together and push forward an urgent, more radical agenda, many advocates in attendance expressed frustration with the sluggish pace of the negotiations.

Devex Managing Editor Deborah Charles spoke to Senior Reporter Michael Igoe — who was on the ground at the conference in Madrid — for insights into the flagship climate conference’s biggest moments and the implications of this year's conversations for the future of work in the global development sector.

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