These observations prompt our members to recommend we continue the coalition for a further phase of activity in order that we champion these critical areas on behalf of civil society. The next phase centres on three core ambitions:
- Inclusivity: We are determined to ensure that the green economy discussion remains an inclusive debate about our economic system. The coalition will continue to engage with civil society and stakeholders to ensure that all views are captured and represented. Indeed, we really hope some of you can make it to the multi-stakeholder workshop which we are supporting in New York next month.
- Transparency: As action plans and activities are emerging at all levels, the coalition will use its network to provide an informal watchdog mechanism to keep track of what is happening where.
- Influence: We will use our access to the corridors of power to ensure that multistakeholder perspectives are taken into consideration in all processes.
Again, we encourage you all to read the snapshot analysis and get back to us with your own insights.
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