With the adoption of the Paris Agreement in 2015 and subsequently the completion of the corresponding rulebook at COP24 in Katowice, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Chance (UNFCCC) has mostly completed the regime building process. The imminent conclusion of the regime building process represents a critical juncture for multilateral climate governance and opens a new chapter for the UNFCCC and the organisation of its annual Conference of the Parties (COP). Now, it’s time to shift the focus from negotiation to implementation and facilitate implementation, monitor progress and raise ambition.
The Wuppertal Institute and the German Development Institute (DIE) are organising a series of discussions on the future of the UN climate conferences. The webinars aim to examine how the nature of the annual meeting of the COP to the UNFCCC may be shaped to make the best use of what has become a global focusing event for climate action.
On June 17, 18, 24 and 25, the webinar series will take place at 3pm until 5pm (CEST) respectively. The topics of the individual sessions are:
The webinars are conducted in English and participation is free of charge. The registration form and further information on the webinar series can be found in the links below.