In partnership with the embassies from the United Kingdom and France, iCS organized a meeting of representatives from civil society with Alok Sharma, the president of COP26, and Laurence Tubiana, the French Climate Envoy at COP 21

iCS, in partnership with the embassies from the United Kingdom and France in Brazil, held a meeting with representatives from civil society to discuss topics such as ways to build an effective action agenda for COP30, to be held in Belém (PA), in 2025, and the paving of the route to COP Paris+10, in the same year. Alok Sharma, the president of COP26, and Laurence Tubiana, the French Climate Envoy at COP21, which sealed the Paris Agreement, shared their experiences with representatives from the European Climate Foundation, the Climate Observatory, the Brazil Coalition on Climate, Forests and Agriculture , the Mapinguari Institute, the Igarapé Institute, Uma Concertação pela Amazônia, LACLIMA, ClimaInfo, the Talanoa Institute, the Consortium of Amazon Governors, the CIPÓ Platform, CEBRI – the Brazilian Center for International Relations, AYA Earth Partners and the High-Level Climate Champions.

iCS is committed to supporting the exchange of experience for civil society to prepare as hosts of the COP, because it is a multisectoral meeting organized by a country, and not only a government. More news soon!

Credit: Laurence Tubiana, Alok Sharma and representatives from civil society at the meeting

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