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The statement suggests UNFCCC parties ought to adopt a more ambitious work programme for climate empowerment at Glasgow next November, place it at the heart of their national climate planning, and count on parliaments – the institutions representing people and making decisions on climate change – as delivery partners. This will make life easier for the parties going forward. It will allow them to foster the rise in favour of climate action across societies and funnel it into the high-ambition, effective and inclusive climate policy and implementation required by the Paris Agreement. In doing so, the parties will also be providing a much-needed shot in the arm to democracy