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António Guterres, Secretary General of the United Nations

Simon Stiell, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

Parties to the UNFCCC—

On January 11, news broke that Sultan Al Jaber, CEO of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), will oversee the next round of global climate talks as president of the UAE-hosted COP28. United (UAE). EITHERUnited States, European Union, and even theexecutive Secretaryof the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), everyone applauded the news.

But let's be clear: This is not cause for celebration. This decision threatens the legitimacy and effectiveness of COP28. If we have any hope of tackling the climate crisis, every COP must be free from the polluting influence of the fossil fuel industry.

ADNOC is the world leader12 mayoroil producer as a large emitterranked 14thon the list of companies most responsible for carbon emissions. ADNOC also classified2nd highestin a global review of fossil fuel companies' oil and gas expansion plans, making it one of the fastest growing fossil fuel companies based on its design and construction approval for new fields and wells . He recently increased hisexpansion plansCommit to producing 5 million barrels per day by 2027, andclose associateswith other big polluters to continue to ensure a future powered by fossil fuels. Your plans are incompatible with thescenario of the International Energy Agency,which makes it clear that there can be no new oil and gas developments on the way to limiting the global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

Even before Al Jaber's appointment, the UAE's record shows that it is not serious about phasing out the use of fossil fuels and keeping the global temperature rise below 1.5 degrees Celsius. Instead, his record shows that he is instrumental in causing the climate crisis, not solving it.

There is no honor in appointing a fossil fuel executive who profits immensely by fueling the climate crisis to oversee the global response to climate change. That such a move can be considered legitimate in the midst of an escalating climate crisis, where millions of lives and ecosystems are at risk, exemplifies just how insidious the Big Polluters' stranglehold on climate policy is. It also points to a deeper problem: fossil fuel interests outweigh the UNFCCC and threaten its credibility. At COP27 last November,more than 630Fossil fuel lobbyists have signed on to participate in the climate talks. The United Arab Emirates, now hosting COP28, hadmore fossil fuel lobbyistsin his delegation than any other country. The harsh reality is that this appointment represents a turning point where the UNFCCC is rapidly losing all legitimacy and credibility.

More than 450 organizationsurged world governments to reset the system to ensure it stops serving greed and profit and instead protects the people and communities who are paying for the world's addiction to fossil fuels with their lives and livelihoods subsistence. Several UNFCCC constituents, representing youth, women and gender, trade unions and the climate justice movement, haveconvened the UNFCCCto finally pass an Accountability Framework that ends the ability of Big Polluters to improperly influence and undermine the global response to climate change. Yet despite this united demand, and as the climate crisis rages around the world, the world's governments continue to treat the UNFCCC as an industry PR stunt and corporate trade show, despite the clear warnings made by the IPCC.

No COP overseen by a fossil fuel executive can be considered legitimate.The COP presidencies must be free and independent of the influence of fossil fuels. It is time for the UNFCCC to deliver the long awaited equitable phase out of fossil fuels.Critically, tackling the real problem of polluting interests only starts here. In addition, we require:

  1. Big polluters can't write the rules.Big polluters must not be allowedundue influenceclimate policy formulation. This allows them to continueweakenmiMinarthe global response to climate change, which is why we are on the brink of extinction. The UNFCCC must urgently establish aresponsibility structure, including a regime-wide conflict of interest policy that systematically puts an end to this corporate capture.
  2. No more climate action funded by Big Polluters.There are no partnerships with big polluters or sponsorships of climate talks or climate action. Not now. Never. Big polluters must not be allowedwash greenand literallybuy your way out of guiltby a crisis that they themselves provoked. The UNFCCC will always fail to comply as long as it is deemed acceptable.
  3. Polluters outside and people inside.While civil society has always been involved in the COP process, governments have made it increasingly difficult for non-governmental organizations and climate justice movements tomake your voices heard. We need an equitable and meaningful inclusion of civil society. Climate action must focus on the leadership and lived experience of people, especially those on the front lines of the climate crisis. With frontline communities at the helm, we must end the funding and validation ofdangerous distractionsand false solutions thatpromote the profits of Big Polluters, allow its abuse and guaranteemore decades of fossil fuel use.
  4. Reset the system to protect people and the planet, not big polluters.Big polluters are destroying life as we know it. it's time to builda new way of living and collaboratingthat works for people, not polluters, and that restores, rather than destroys, nature. We need real, fair, responsible, gender sensitive, community led, restorative of nature, proven and transformative action.solutionsare implemented quickly and fairly. We need a full and equitabletransition from fossil fuels. we needreal solutionsthat focus on the rights of indigenous peoples, local communities, women, workers and the protection of those who defend justice. We need the end of theimpunity for corporate abuses.

Year after year, the UNFCCC has failed to provide climate equity and the actions needed to end the age of fossil fuels and make a swift and just transition to a new global system. 2023 must be a groundbreaking year. Will the UNFCCC continue to undermine its own credibility and avoid addressing the main driver of the climate crisis: fossil fuels? Or will you continue to give your executives a seat at the head of the table?


Constituents of the UNFCCC:

Global Campaign to Demand Climate Justice – DCJ

Climate Action Network - CAN

Women and gender constituency

Trade NGOs (TUNGO)

Organizational endorsements:

Launch Organizations:

Asian People's Movement on Debt and Development

Center for Biological Diversity

Climate Justice Program

Corporate responsability

European Corporate Observatory

immaculate culture

Friends of the Earth International

Global Forest Coalition

Green Peace

IBON International

Indigenous Environmental Network

Free Fossil Advertising

Tipping Point Social Coalition

Union of Affected by Chevron-Texaco – UDAPT


ActionAid International


africans on the rise

Alliance for the Future Generation

All an MS

amazon watch

Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)

International Environmental Law Center

Feminist Foreign Policy Center

christian help


Climate and Sustainability

weather clock

Company Cyrog Ltd.

UK debt justice

Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN)

Dorcas Aid International

EarthRights International

ecological equity



international education

EnGen Collaborative

Fair Weather Fund


feminist force

Global World Force

quantum foundation

GAIA – Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives

Gallifrey Foundation


Global Forest Coalition

Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

Global Network of Civil Society Organizations for Disaster Reduction

Green Peace

Heinrich Boell StiftungWashington, D.C.

ICO “Environment – ​​People – Law” (EPL)

IICAT International Institute for Climate Theory and Action

International Climate Justice Program, Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung (RLS)

International Federation of Journalists (IFJ)

International help for young people.

International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE)

International Trade Union Confederation

International Working Group on Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA)

International Youth Task Force on Climate Change, Epidemics and Natural Disasters

IWRAU Asia Pacific


Founding Margaret Pyke

international doctor

Alianza Global MenEngage


international oil change


Parents for the Global Future

Towns rising up for climate justice

plastic free campus

Polar Educators International

population connection

practical action Americas

reason why we stand

Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary NGO at the UN

ALS changes the climate

blue sky

SMC – Faith in development

Stay grounded in the network

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The Institute for Climate Policy Solutions (ICPS)

Your voices through the weather

Third World Network


International Transparency

Tropenbos International


war against the will

Water and Gender Justice

we effect

WECF International

women give birth

Women's Action Network for Earth and Climate (WECAN)

Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)

World Animal Protection

World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts

Youth Network for Climate Justice


Aalem for Orphaned and Vulnerable Children, Inc.

Abibi Nsroma Foundation

Actions for the Social Reintegration of Women "ARSF"

Development, Education and Health Actions, ADESA RDC


Africa Farmers Press Center

African Institute for Energy Governance

African Youth Coalition Against Hunger Sierra Leone

african mothers

Amalgamated Transport and General Workers Union (ATGWU)


Emmanuel Community Association

Association for the Protection of Nature and the Environment and Sustainable Development in Nefza (ASNEDDN)

Association for the respect of the rights of indigenous peoples, sustainable development and human rights (ARPA2DH)

Teach me to go


Gender and Environment Watch in Cameroon-CAMGEW

Candles for Equality Association / Morocco

Center for 21st Century Affairs

Conservative Citizen Center for the Environment and Management (CECIC)

Community Center Against Human Trafficking (CIAHT)

Emergency and Development Support Center

Environmental Justice Center – Togo

Zambia Citizens Network for Community Development

Civil Society Action Coalition for Disaster Mitigation

Civil society organization HINA Platform

Cleannation Foundation

Africa Climate Action Network (CAN Africa)


Senegalese Collective of African Women for the Promotion of Environmental Education (COSAPARE)

Support for the community agenda

Community Technology Development Fund

Corporate Responsibility and Public Participation Africa

Disaster Risk Management in Africa – DRM Africa


Economic empowerment and human rights Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone Economic Justice Network

Educating Girls and Young Women for Development-EGYD

Elizka Relief Foundation

Endorois Welfare Council (EWC)

Entreprise Forward y Fellow Women Deliver Alumni

Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria

FONAHD Democratic Republic of the Congo

Fridays for Future Kajiado

Fridays for the future of Kenya

Fridays for the future of Uganda


GenreCC South Africa

Geoenvironmental Research Agency for Development (GERAD-LIBERIA) INC

Green Life Movement


Humanitarian for social and social development “Sitroul-abde”

Innovative Center for Inclusion, Empowerment and Social Development (SieDi-Hub)

International help for young people.

Jigawa State Government

Joint initiatives to support the vulnerable

Karamoja turns green

Kikandwa Environmental Association



Lelewal Foundation


Salão do Movimiento for the Education and Defense Network


natural justice

Natural Resources Platform for Women


Noble Delta Women for Peace and International Development.


Parents for the future of Nigeria

Pathways to Women's Empowerment and Development (PaWED) Camerún

Promoting youth initiatives



Regional Center for International Development Cooperation – RCIDC

Iniciativa Rise to Inspire Africa


ALS changes the climate

Sierra Leone School Green Clubs (SLSGC)

Simma Africa Creative Arts Foundation

Somaliland Climate Action Initiative {SOCAI}

Source of arid and semi-arid lands (SASAL)

Support for women in agriculture and the environment (SWAGEN)

Institute for Sustainable Development

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Union for the Promotion/Protection, Defense of Human Rights and the Environment-UPDDHE/GL

Vision for Alternative Development - VALD Ghana

women for a change

Chad Magro


Pacific Asia Japan


Active Citizens of the Pacific

AGHAM Defenders of Science and Technology for the Peoples

Alliance for Future Generations

Anne Christian Community School of Health and Nursing Services



Association for the Promotion of Sustainable Development

Australian Council of Trade Unions

Parlamento Juvenil Modelo de Bangladesh (Protiki Jubo Sangshad)

Barokupot Ganochetona Foundation -BGF

BIMBA (Kiribat)

dlian blue

Bougainville Federation of Women

CADME (Coastal Disaster Mitigation Efforts)

Social Policy Development Center

Japan Climate Action Network

Diverse Voices and Action (DIVA) for Equality


Fiji Women's Rights Movement (FWRM)

AT Japan

Friends of the Earth Australia

Friends of the Siberian forests

Ganochetona Bangladesh

good food community

Grameen Vikas Samithi-GVS.

grateful background

harmless medical care Southeast Asia

house of colors

IDEAS for Nepal

Indian National Trade Union Congress-INTUC

Nepal Integrated Development Society

International Trade Union Confederation - Asia Pacific

International Agency for the Development of Women

Kalikasan Village Network for the Environment

Kapul Champions Inc.

Instituto Kdadalak Sulimutuk

Korean Federation for the Environmental Movement



Living All Inclusive In Belau Organization

Lok Shakti Abhiyan

Slogan to promote health, education and rights

So in Soqosoqo Vakamarama in Taukei

Nepal National Campaign for Sustainable Development

National Movement of Fisheries Solidarity

Nepal National Defense Forum (NAFAN)

NDF Pakistan

Nepal Space Research Association (NESRA))

NGO Forum on ADB

NTFP EP Philippines

NZEI The Long Range

Pakistani Tabby Cat Committee

Papua New Guinea Teachers Association

Fundación Rainbow Pride Fiyi

roots to equity

Rural Development Program (RADP)

save and plant trees


Changing Power Coalition y Pacific Island Feminist Climate Justice Alliance

Social Economic Development Society [SEDS]


tebtebba foundation

Japan Climate Reality Project


Tuvalu Climate Action Network

Vanuatu Human Rights Coalition

Vanuatu girls for change

Vatu Mauri Consortium

Victorian Chamber of Commerce

Youth Climate Action Champions Philippines

Youth Association for Development (YAD) Pakistan

Youth Strike 4 Climate Philippines




Agora Association

Southern Alliance

Spanish Association of Environmental Education

Black Sea Women's Club


Campaign against Climate Change

Catholic Agency for Overseas Development

CCFD – Solidarity with Terra

change manufacturer

Climate 2025

UK climate emergency



Coordination Office of the Austrian Bishops' Conference for Development and International Mission (KOO)


Trade Union Confederation of Workers' Commissions of Spain (CCOO)


german environmental aid

minutes from earth


Ecological Action Families

Ecologists in Action

element four

extinction rebellion


Food and Water Action Europe

FridaysForFuture Thessaloniki

Friends of the Earth Cyprus

Friends of the Earth Europe

Friends of the Earth Germany/BUND

Friends of the Earth Ireland

Friends of the Earth Malta

Friends of the Earth Norway (The Nature Conservancy)


global justice now

world witness

Grandparents-parents pour le cliamt/ Climate Grandparents Switzerland

Greek General Confederation of Labor (GSEE)

Green Thinking Association



Office of the Climate e.V.

Kmelnytskyi Power Cluster

Bossen-en National Network

Friends of the Earth France

Environmental Defense

money rebellion

mosaic brittany

NEU Climate Change Network

ONG Ekoltava

DESC Observers

parents for the future

Future Country – West London

Parents for the Future Austria

Parents for the future Italy

Parents for the Future Scotland

Parents for the Future Sweden

Country of the Future Tortona

Parents for Future UK

Parents of the future Waldviertel

amazon planet

Rapid Transition Alliance


Parents for Climate – Parents for the Future Poland

Scottish Network of Sustainable Schools

ALS changes the climate

Brilliant Coaching and Consulting


swedish clock

The confidence of the movements

Transport and Environment



UK School Sustainability Network

UK Youth Climate Coalition

General Union of Workers and Workers (UGT)

College and University Union



Vanguard SOS UK


ZERO – Sustainable Earth System Association

Zero Waste Society

Latin America and the Caribbean

5 Elements – Institute of Education for Sustainability

Association of Women, Farmers, Artisans and Friends of Quilombo Santa Justina Santa Izabel – RJ do Quilombo

Association for the Preservation of the Environment and Life – Apremavi

House of the Protector Marcahuasi

Born Study Center

BASKET Friends of Earth El Salvador

Ecumenical Coalition for the Care of Creation

Evangelical Coalition for Climate Justice

National Land Coalition – Argentina

Darning the Planet Collective

collective house

South Wind Collective

CPOOEM-Coordinator of Peoples and Organizations of the East of the State of Mexico in Defense of Land, Water and Culture

Environmental Law and Natural Resources

ECOUNIDADES, Autonomous Ecologist Network of the Basin of Mexico


Mutual Aid and Fraternity

Families for the Climate

FirecircleTT to end all abuse

Foundation for the Environment and Natural Resources (FARN)

plural foundation

Iepé – Indigenous Research and Training Institute

Institute of Socioeconomic Studies – INESC

Peregum Black Reference Institute

Ecological Institute

International Institute of Education of Brazil

IPÊ – Institute of Ecological Investigations

The Climate Route


indigenous memory

Citizen Movement Against Climate Change

we in creation

Political Ecology Observatory of Venezuela

Climate Observatory

other crosses

Peace and Hope Ecuador


Organization, Development, Teaching and Research Project (PODER)

rca. Amazon Cooperation Network

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climate reaction

Afro-descendant Studies and Empowerment Network RedAfros

Latin American Network for Economic and Social Justice – LATINDADD


Salvaginas Ecofeminist Collective

Civil society Amigos do Vento meteorology environmental development

Ecologist Office

The Breadfruit Collective

the voices of the del tibet

middle East

Arab Watch Coalition

Arab-Lebanon Youth Climate Movement


Dibeen for Environmental Development


For the brilliant organization for the development of Yemen

Kazdagi Association for the Protection of Natural and Cultural Assets

Country by Climate – Israel

RAWSA Alliance for African and Arab States

Youth for Climate Turkey

North America

Accelerate neighborhood climate action

198 methods

350 PDX

350 Triangle


Environmental Action Lower Laurentians, Quebec

Animals are sentient beings Inc.

Athens County Future Action Network

Beyond extreme energy

Biofuel surveillance

United Black Parents Foundation

Businesses for a livable climate

Colorado Call to Action

Cantoneros for a sustainable and equitable future

USA Catholic Network

Constitutional Rights Center

Citizens Alliance for a Sustainable Englewood

Lancaster Citizens Climate Lobby

clean energy action

Climate Action for Lifelong Learners (CALL)

Climate Action Network – Canada Climate Action Network

Weather Families NYC

Climate Generation

Climate Hawks Vote

Alliance for Climate Justice


Colorado Businesses for a Livable Climate


Community for Sustainable Energy

Continental Network of Indigenous Women of the Americas, Northern Region

defend our future

empower our future

Environmental Defense Canada

Families for a livable climate

Federation of Sisters of Saint Joseph of Canada (Office of Systemic Justice)

Friends of the Earth Canada

Friends of the Earth United States

Common front for the energy transition

Grandma Advocacy Network

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance

Housing Alliance of Greater New Orleans

Verde 13

Green House Collaboration Center

Indivisible Ambassadors

Institute for Policy Studies Climate Policy Program

Interstate 70 Citizens Advisory Group

Larimer Alliance for Health, Safety and the Environment

Le Center Oblat – A voice for justice

Littleton Business Alliance

Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns

Mayfair Park Neighborhood Association Board

Mental Health and Inclusion Ministries

Montbello Neighborhood Improvement Association

Quebec nature

North Central Washington Climate Advocates

Concerned Citizens of the Northern Belt

Nuclear Energy Information Service (NEIS)

OC Sierra Club Climate Action Team

Office of Religious Congregations for Integral Ecology


Nido RapidShift

Save the Environmental Protection Agency

Southwest Organization for Sustainability

spirit of the sun

System change, not climate change

conversation climate

Texas Campaign for the Environment

Canada Climate Reality Project

Climate Parent Community

Ohio Act Three

Unite north of the Denver metro area

wall of women

West Vallehy Neighborhood Coalition

Businesses on the west slope for a livable climate

mountain woman

Working for Racial Equity


Online knowledge society

Intellectual Research Club "Dialogue of Generations"

Realization of Sexual and Reproductive Justice (RESURJ)

United Women Marshall Islands

Fiji SDSR Youth Alliance

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DIVA Central Center

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