Poland is about to take over the torch of COP Presidency, and the Talanoa legacy is becoming increasingly unclear.
The Talanoa Dialogue is giving a voice to the unaccredited, says Jamie Williams from Islamic Relief Worldwide, an organisation that has been facilitating Talanoa Dialogues in South Sudan, Somalia, Bangladesh, Mali, Niger, Afghanistan, Tunisia and Kenya.
Climate Tracker spoke with him on the future and importance of Talanoa.
Can you think of concrete examples – either local, regional or global – where the type of inclusive consultation expected from Talanoa has helped to deal with environmental or governmental issues?
In an ideal scenario, how do you see the Talanoa process during COP24? How would it feed into the Paris Rulebook?