06 November 2022 - 18 November 2022

The event to be held on 6-18 November aims to deliver action on issues critical to addressing the climate emergency – from reducing greenhouse gas emissions, helping communities build resilience and adapt to the inevitable impacts of climate change, to financing climate action and addressing loss and damage in developing countries. In particular, it will comprise negotiations on UNFCCC COP27, the Kyoto Protocol CMP 17, and the Paris Agreement CMA 4, together with SB57 along with, in parallel, key thematic days that will place on the agenda a number of panel discussions, roundtables and side events in efforts to enable a broad interaction with various stakeholders where the voice of youth, women, civil society and indigenous people will be at the center of these discussions and an enabler to its influence. Among key focus areas will be the promise of innovation and clean technologies as well as the centrality of water and agriculture to the climate crisis.

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