UN Climate Change Conference - United Arab Emirates Nov/Dec 2023
When climate negotiators arrive in Dubai, they'll have a full agenda: completion of the first Global Stocktake under the 2015 Paris Agreement, operationalizing the funding arrangements for loss and damage, a new collective quantified goal on climate finance, and the global goal on adaptation, among other items.
IISD at COP 28
At COP 28, the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) will focus its events on National Adaptation Plans (NAPs): how they prepare communities for climate change impacts; the lessons learned in tracking them; how regional governments are making strides; and how to lower the barrier to create effective plans.
CGIAR at COP 28
At COP 28, the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) will address two of humanity’s most urgent challenges—climate change and food security.
UN-SPBF at COP 28
At COP 28, the UN’s fastest growing multi-sector convening platform on the environment will bring together decision makers to focus on technology, partnerships, and integrated solutions for nature.
FAO at COP 28
FAO’s programme of events at COP 28 includes discussions on the intersection of agriculture and loss and damage, and adaptation solutions for agrifood systems, as well as the climate finance gap these face.
Climate Finance: The Role of the Climate Funds in Supporting Developing Countries
Climate finance must be increased to meet the global climate challenge so that developing countries can increase the ambition of their responses.
Land and Environmental Defenders: Advancing Climate Justice
Evidence suggests that attacks on people engaged in the protection of land and the environment continue to increase across the globe, including through assaults, murders, intimidation, harassment, stigmatization, and criminalization.
Progresses and challenges for implementing the JCM under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement
International voluntary cooperation, such as through Japan’s Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM), is key to accelerating the adoption of low carbon technologies to address the climate crisis.
A Just Transition Work Programme with the Trade Unions Delivering Climate Justice
A Just Transition Work Programme with the Trade Unions Delivering Climate Justice Effective implementation of the Just Transition Work Programme (JTWP), adopted at COP 27, requires full participation of workers and trade unions to ensure a socially just transformation of the world’s infrastructures and energy systems that upholds and extends labor rights.
Can Carbon Capture and Storage Decarbonise the Cement Sector in Developed and Emerging Economies?
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) and Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) are crucial technological solutions in the fight against the climate change crisis.
Enhancing Ambitions with International Cooperation towards a Successful 2050 Net-Zero Transformation
If the world is to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, climate technologies must be rapidly brought online, which poses complex, multi-dimensional challenges, especially for small island developing States facing rapid sea level rise and weather-related catastrophes.
Environment Management Group High-level Dialogue: Strengthening UN system Climate Action in support of Parties to the UNFCCC
For the UN system, the complexity and urgency of climate change requires a coordinated approach leveraging the expertise and resources of different agencies.
From Awareness to Action: United for Drought Resilience in a Changing Climate
Around the world, droughts are becoming increasingly common due to rising global temperatures, with serious impacts, leading to crop failures, famine, and malnutrition, as well as posing significant challenges to sustainable development, global peace, and security.
2nd Meeting of the Ad Hoc Open-ended Working Group on a Science-Policy Panel to Contribute Further to the Sound Management of Chemicals and Waste and to Prevent Pollution
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