COP 26 Halfway Point Webinar
COP 26 is the first meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change since the Paris Agreement took over from the Kyoto Protocol in 2020. It is also the first major United Nations environmental meeting to be held in person since the beginning of the pandemic.
At the midway point of the conference, join the Earth Negotiations Bulletin team live from Glasgow as they host a concise webinar on:
- What progress they saw in the negotiating rooms during week one
- Predictions for week two outcomes based on the trajectory of talks.
With half the hour devoted to answering your questions and observations, the COP 26 Halfway Point Webinar is a chance for experts to pose niche questions and newcomers to gain insights from the team behind the world's most authoritative record of climate negotiations. Register now and then subscribe to the Earth Negotiations Bulletin newsletter to get daily updates from COP 26.
IISD Sustainability Certificate Series
IISD is launching a new online workshop series for university students around the world on sustainable development, policy engagement, and green economies.
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The Future We Want: What have we learned since Rio+20?
It has now been over one decade since the "The Future We Want" outcome was adopted at the Rio+20 conference. Join us to explore how the 2012 outcome laid the foundations for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and what it means ahead of this year's upcoming SDG Summit.