Events by Topic: Climate Change
The United Nations system portal on climate change highlights the work being done by the United Nations and its agencies. You will find information on climate change and United Nations agencies involved in this issue as well as information on the United Nations Conference on Climate Change to be held in Copenhagen in December 2009, negotiations to leading up to an agreement for the period after 2010, official statements, news, documents, reports and ideas on what can be done to help create a more environmentally friendly world.
Page 1Climate Change Forest & Fires in the Mediterranean Basin: Risk Reduction & Management
24 - 26 January, 2012
1st Day: Sharing of Scientific Knowledge
2nd Day: From Science to Policy and from Policy to Practice
3rd Day: Professional Field Tour (by invitation only)
Gender Mainstreaming Workshop into National Adaptaion Strategic Plan of Action
30 - 31 August, 2010
Gender equality has become a significant cross-cutting issue in all areas of development including agriculture, health, energy, infrastructural development, transport as well as climate change. Climate change is hinged on environmental as well as social issues with particular importance placed upon...
Gender and Climate Change: Post Copenhagen Strategies
21 July, 2010
Women Environmental programme(WEP) and the Federal Ministry of Environment, Nigeria through the Special Climate Change Unit with funding from the United Nations Development Programme(UNDP) in Nigeria will be holding a 1 day workshop on the outcome of the Copenhagen Accord, the challenges and the way...
Consumption and The Rights of Mother Earth
11 May, 2010
Perspectives on needed change from the fields of economics, jurisprudence, psychology, science, and theology. A Side Event in conjunction with the UN Commission on Sustainable Development 18
United Nations Climate Change Conference
07 - 18 December, 2009
The sessions (COP 15) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change is open to Parties of the Convention and Observer States (Governments), the United Nations System and observer organizations duly admitted by the Conference of the Parties. In addition, accredited press is allowed to...