The following public-interest NGOs welcome the opportunity to register this joint submission with regard to “Views from Parties and non-Party stakeholders to take stock of progress in the implementation of the SBI conclusions on non-Party stakeholder engagement with a view to considering how such engagement can be further enhanced”: ActionAid International*, Asian Peoples Movement on Debt and Development*, Center for Biological Diversity*, Corporate Accountability International*, Corporate Europe Observatory*, Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria, ETC Group,* Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland, Friends of the Earth International*, Friends of the Earth US, Greenpeace*, IBON International*, Jo-Jikum, SustainUS*, Third World Network*, and 350.org (Sustainable Markets Foundation)*. This submission includes representation from organizations with (*) and without observer status. These organizations are members of ENGO, RINGO, and YOUNGO constituencies.
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