The Global Climate Assembly
An assembly elected on global lists to draft treaties against climate change
- The Global Climate Assembly would be responsible for drafting international treaties against climate change. The assembly would have a consultative role, and leave the responsibility of studying and adopting the treaty proposals to the States.
- Each adult in the world would have one vote. To ensure the principle of “one person = one vote”, the members of the assembly would be elected by proportional representation on global lists, in a single constituency.
- Depending on the country, 71% to 97% of the population supports this proposal (see support by country).