The Yearbook of Global Climate Action 2018 provides some good examples of climate action initatives all over the world.
To share best practices as well as to foster dialogue amongst a wide range of stakeholders is one of the main challenge within the Katowice Climate Change Conference and Conference of the Parties envisaged by the Paris Agreement (COP24).
Amongst the precious experiences within the Yearbook of Global Climate Action 2018, there is the case of District Energy in Cities Initiative. First pilot project is now operational in Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina). A biomass boiler plant is going to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 90%, therefore helping in the process of cilmate change mitigation and adaptation, with significant financial savings and health benefits to the local population
On the 6th of December, the Katowice Conference will host an event to present the progress by governments, the private sector and the civil society towards the goals of the Paris Agreement.
YEARBOOK OF GLOBAL CLIMATE ACTION 2018 EVENT
6 DECEMBER 2018 – Lubelskie room (17:00 PM – 18:00PM CET), COP24, KATOWICE
The Yearbook of Global Climate Action 2018 event will take place on Thursday, 6 December at 17.00 until 18.00 in room Lubelskie (Area A).
It will take stock of progress – from all levels of government, the private sector and civil society – towards achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement. This important event arrives just five days before the Ministerial Talanoa at COP24 (Tuesday 11 December) when actors will formally take stock of where the world stands on climate action.
- Manuel Pulgar Vidal, Leader of WWF’s Climate & Energy Practice, will moderate the event, and invite the following speakers to take part in a talk-show style hour:
- E. Minister Inia Seruiratu, Minister Defense and National Security of Fiji, , High-Level Climate Champion
- Marina Bylinsky, Head of Environmental Strategy & Intermodality, ACI EUROPE (Airports Council International)
- Yvon Slingenberg, Director International, Mainstreaming & Policy Coordination, European Commission
- Jennifer Austin, Policy Director at WE MEAN BUSINESS
- Special Envoy Mr. Tomasz Chruszczow, High-Level Climate Champion
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For more information, please contact:
Matthew Phillips, UN Climate Change – Mphillips[at]unfccc.int