With just five negotiating days left before the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change's (UNFCCC) "COP21" meeting in Paris gets under way, political experts from Climate Action Network (CAN) will brief media on expectations for the international agreement due to be struck there this December.
The co-chairs responsible talks on the new agreement have released a streamlined draft text designed to spark substantive negotiations at the last UNFCCC session before Paris, scheduled to begin on Monday 19th October in Bonn, Germany. CAN experts will provide a political analysis of the text against recent developments which saw Heads of State meet with United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in New York to discuss the Paris package.
What: Political experts from Climate Action Network brief reporters on expectations for the remaining UNFCCC negotiations for the year, which are expected to result in a universal climate agreement in Paris this December.
When: Wednesday, October 14, 2015
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- Jens Mattias Clausen, Climate Change Advisor, Greenpeace Nordic
- Tasneem Essop, Head of Delegation to the UN climate negotiations, WWF (TBC)
- Liz Gallagher, Climate Diplomacy Programme Leader, E3G
- Alden Meyer, Director of Policy and Strategy, Union of Concerned Scientists
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Climate Action Network (CAN) is a global network of over 900 NGOs working to promote government and individual action to limit human-induced climate change to ecologically sustainable levels. More at: www.climatenetwork.org