This year, the COP23 will take place in Bonn, Germany, (6-17 November 2017). World leaders will meet to decide on the next steps to be taken to combat climate change.
The Ocean and Climate Initiatives Alliance will attend to highlight the importance of the ocean in climate regulation.
Discover our program:
- 9th November 9.30 am – 12.30 pm: OCIA’s Meeting with its members at the AMERON Hotel Königshof, in Bonn. An opportunity to welcome you to COP23, present the OCIA Report and discuss OCIA’s future strategy
- 10th November 11.15 am – 12.45 pm: OCIA’s side-event at the French Pavilion, Bonn Zone. Presentation of the work done by the Alliance and discussion about the place of ocean and climate action, within international dynamics, with a multi-stakeholder panel
- 11th November 10.00 am – 11.30 am: The Oceans day will be a highlight for Ocean and Climate action during COP23. We will be presenting the OCIA Report “Measuring progress on ocean and climate initiatives” during the Opening Plenary Session
- 16th November (3.00 pm – 4.30 pm): OCIA will be participating to a high-level event organized by Fiji to launch an Oceans Pathway Partnership between parties, stakeholders and existing alliances to integrate and embed the Oceans into UNFCCC processes by 2020.
Want to join or more information? Contact us.