Civil society to give stocktake of progress at Doha's COP18

 

Media Advisory – Webcast Notice

[Doha – Qatar] – November 30, 2012 – Which countries were the most productive during the first week of the major climate talks of the year? Which were the most obstructive? As COP18 in Doha prepares for the arrival of ministers later this week, what do countries need to do to make the negotiations a success?

Civil society groups attending UN climate talks in Doha, Qatar, will host a media briefing, webcast live, MONDAY, DECEMBER 3 at 10.30am, which will answer these questions and more.

Speaking at the press briefing will be a range of international experts from NGOs organized in the Climate Action Network (CAN) - a network of more than 700 organisations from over 90 countries - including Alden Meyer from the Union of Concerned Scientists.

The briefing takes place in Press Conference Room 2 in the Qatari National Convention Centre in Doha, Qatar on Monday, December 3 at 10.30am (7.30am GMT).

·      What: Stocktake on the UNFCCC climate negotiations in Doha

·      Where: Press Conference Room 2, QNCC, Doha, Qatar

·      Webcast Live at:  http://unfccc4.meta-fusion.com/kongresse/cop18/templ/ovw_live.php?id_kongressmain=231

·      When: 10.30am local Doha time, Monday, December 3, 2012

·      Who: NGO experts on UNFCCC negotiations

Contacts

Climate Action Network (CAN) is a global network of over 700 NGOs working to promote government and individual action to limit human-induced climate change to ecologically sustainable levels.

For more information, please contact CAN International Communications Coordinator Ria Voorhaar, email: rvoorhaar@climatenetwork.org, local mobile: +974 33 38 6907.

 

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