• Meeting of Subsidiary Bodies, June 2013

  • Chairing the LDC Group, Doha 2012

  • Warsaw climate conference, November 2013

  • LRI members at the Doha conference, December 2012

  • LRI and Edward Wabwoto from Kenya, June 2013

  • Flood protection in the Sundarbans, Bangladesh

  • Strategy meeting LDC Group, Kathmandu, May 2013

  • Panel discussion in Doha, December 2012

  • NGOs leaving the Warsaw conference

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The international negotiations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) are amongst the most complex multilateral law and policy making process ever. The Legal Response Initiative (LRI) seeks to create a more level playing field between actors in the climate change negotiations.

LRI provides free legal support to poor and particularly climate vulnerable developing countries as well as civil society observer organisations. It works through a network of lawyers from law firms, barrister chambers and universities in different jurisdictions who give hands-on assistance during meetings, draft legal opinions or build the capacity of lawyers and negotiators from developing countries.

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