This event will take place on September 26, 2020. The Climate Networking Conference will include virtual panels, discussions and exhibitions dedicated to ensuring that climate stays at the top of the agenda amid a postponed COP26! The conference will bring together a variety of climate change actors from civil society, politics, activism and academia to determine what climate leadership looks like in 2020, As well as effective strategies, messages and objectives.
This conference will act as a green networking event, with exchanges across a variety of different topics and backgrounds, in order to provide everyone with resources and connections in the run up to Bonn Climate Change Conference, COP26 Glasgow 2021, and further climate negotiations.
This event will be taking place online via the Zoom videoconferencing platform with plenty of interaction, participation and break out rooms and is open to all registered participants. Please register here to participate, speak (subject to suitability and space requirements) or have an exhibition stand.
This event is organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of The Green Economics Institute and with the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation. The Green Economics Institute is an official climate partner of the United Nations Climate Initiative and will share with participants the latest climate science, data and actions necessary for our survival and to maintain momentum and climate leadership.
This event is open to the general public and aims to be accessible to all, so ticket prices are based on a solidarity fee between 0 and 15 EUR.
To register click here