Al Jazeera has unveiled a new agenda to help keep its audience informed about the agenda being proposed for 2020 in the United Nations.
The agenda, which is to be released this week, aims to encourage engagement between members of the UN’s General Assembly and its 193 member states on the topic of climate change.
The 2030 Agenda will focus on developing a common position on the Paris climate agreement and other global climate policies.
“We want to make sure that the global community can be informed about what is happening in the world,” said Nabil al-Zoubi, the head of the General Assembly’s climate and energy department.
“What we need to do is engage the public in terms of their views.”
In a new video released on Monday, Al Jazeera World correspondent Peter Greste, who is working on the 2020 agenda, spoke to the UN General Assembly to discuss the issues and to raise their concerns.
“The agenda is based on a shared vision of how the world can work together in order to achieve the goals of the Paris agreement,” said Al Jazeera, adding that it is aimed at addressing “common global concerns”.
“We need to have an agenda that reflects the diversity of our world and also reflect the diversity and the complexity of the global economy.”
The UN has a reputation for being a world leader in climate change, with a climate change strategy being published last year, as well as a global climate change report that has been published in more than 200 countries.
But the new agenda is aimed to be more global and more relevant to the wider world.
“In the past, the climate change agenda has been seen as an internal UN policy and it has been criticised,” said Professor Michael Mann, the director of the Earth System Science Centre at Penn State University, which published a report on the 2030 agenda last year.
“It has always been the view of the climate scientists that the climate is not just a climate, but also a global, interlinked, interdependent and interdependent system.
The 2030 agenda is a new and broader way to look at climate change and it is an opportunity to do that.”
Climate change has been identified as a major global problem and has led to widespread economic and social instability in the last decade.
It has also led to rising temperatures, more frequent droughts, more intense droughting and more extreme weather events.
“Climate change is one of the major challenges facing humanity,” said Prof Mann.
“Climate change also threatens the very existence of life on earth.
This is the most significant challenge facing humanity.”
The 2030 agenda also aims to address the issue of how to best manage climate change through its implementation of the Montreal Protocol, which aims to limit the warming of the planet to well below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit).
The Protocol, adopted in 1994, aims at limiting warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius and requires all nations to make significant efforts to reduce their emissions of greenhouse gases.
The agreement has been widely seen as one of President Donald Trump’s biggest achievements, with his administration arguing it will help to protect the US from the threat of global warming.
However, some critics have argued that the Paris Agreement has not done enough to limit emissions and it would be better if the US were to lead the way, rather than China.