If you want talk, put 195 national negotiators in a room. If you want a website built, ask a youth delegate.
As countries fought over whether to have one online registry or two for national carbon-cutting and climate adaptation plans, Jonas Haller went ahead and created a webpage with all the technical features they had asked for and more.
It took about 40 hours to set up.
At a rate of US$100 per hour, that’s $4,000. UNFCCC sessions are estimated to cost $100,000 per hour, it says on the site, concluding: “It is a no-brainer to no longer waste a minute of talk on the registry in the negotiation halls.” You’ve been told.