In 2021, on a date to be determined, the UN Secretary-General will convene a Food Systems Summit with the aim of maximising the co-benefits of a food systems approach across the entire 2030 Agenda and meeting the challenges of climate change.
The UN75 Youth Plenary on the theme, 'The Future We Want, the UN We Need: The Future of Multilateralism,' will convene virtually on 9 September 2020.
From 1 to 10 June 2020, a series of online events will be conducted under the guidance of the chairs of the SBSTA and the SBI and with the support of the UNFCCC secretariat. The space the June Momentum is creating has also been made available for events convened by the COP presidency.
“Food in the time of crises – how to feed the world without eating the planet?” That is the title for this year’s Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) digital conference, which will be broadcasted from Bonn, Germany.
The Climate Investment Funds (CIF) trust fund committees and sub-committees meet regularly to make consensus-based decisions that ensure CIF funding flows, activities progress, and learning is shared. The next meeting, scheduled to take place on March 24-25, 2020, is now postponed.
The Climate Investment Funds (CIF) trust fund committees and sub-committees meet regularly to make consensus-based decisions that ensure CIF funding flows, activities progress, and learning is shared. The next meeting is scheduled to take place in Washington, D.C. in December 14-18, 2020.
The Netherlands will host the Global Commission on Adaptation (GCA) Climate Adaption Summit in January 2021, marking GCA's Year of Action (2020).
Africa Climate Week (ACW 2020) is an opportunity to move forward on crucial climate action work at a national and regional level, taking regional priorities into consideration. It was scheduled to take place in Kampala, Uganda from 20 to 24 April 2020, but has been put on hold in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) will convene the 2020 session of the HLPF from Tuesday, 7 July, to Thursday, 16 July 2020. Following the first five-days, the HLPF's three-day ministerial segment takes place jointly with ECOSOC's high-level segment from Tuesday-Thursday, 14-16 July 2020. The ECOSOC high-level segment concludes on 17 July 2020.
This is a joint event by the Centre for International Security at the Hertie School and the United Nations Association of Germany, focusing on the security implications of climate change and the role of the UN Security Council in this context.
The 26th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 26) to the UNFCCC has been postponed to 1-12 November 2021, due to COVID-19.
Africa is vulnerable to natural variations in climate and human-induced climate change. Adapting to these impacts is key to achieving Africa’s development targets, and requires a coordinated and synergistic approach from a diverse range of actors across sectors, as well as better understanding of the drivers of risk and vulnerability. The African Climate Risks Conference (ACRC) is an open platform for sharing the latest African climate research among researchers, policy makers, practitioners and development partners.
The Humanitarian Energy Conference (HEC) is a new global event that convenes the broad community of actors and initiatives worldwide working to improve and expand energy access for displaced and crisis-affected people.
This side event will draw on lessons from the field and expert inputs to discuss the purpose and value of assessing linked climate and fragility issues in order to promote peaceful and sustainable development. Due to limited spaces available, please register by Friday 5 July.
The side event will address the relevance of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to foreign policy and international seucirty with the goal of better understanding how to leverage the SDGs to achieve core foreign policy objectives. Access the agenda here.