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LCAW Closing Event| Roadmap to COP26

Friday 20 November | 14:30 GMT

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E3G is pleased to invite you to a digital event during London Climate Action Week on Friday 20 November from 14:30-15:30 GMT.

Event Description

To be successful, the year-long journey to COP26 must deliver climate action across a wide array of priority areas, from inside the UNFCCC negotiations themselves, to handling the fallout of the US election and its implications for global geopolitics and international climate cooperation.

This event will draw from conversations throughout the week of London Climate Action Week to identify priority asks for COP26 and the roadmap to delivering them in this new context. At LCAW 2021 in July next year the LCAW community will collectively take stock of how governments and the whole of society are delivering on these asks, to set up the most ambitious COP26 possible.

Speakers

Kelly Levin, Senior Associate, World Resources Institute (WRI)

Ita Kettleborough, Deputy Director, Energy Transitions Commission (ETC)

Vanessa Pirez-Cirera, Global Deputy, Climate & Energy, (WWF)

Youth climate activist (tbc), Mock COP

Nick Mabey, CEO, E3G

and more…

Agenda

Panel 1: ‘Policy’

This panel will reflect on LCAW conversations focused on climate policy towards COP26 and progress towards meeting the Paris Agreement across all of its pillars, including NDCs, UNFCCC negotiations and priorities for the next 12 months.

Panel 2: ‘Politics’

This panel will reflect on discussions held during LCAW on the topic of the broader international politics for climate action, including EU-China climate diplomacy and net zero, the implications of the US election for global climate action, and the geopolitical challenges of COVID-19 and what this means for climate change.

Q&A / discussion with closing remarks

Please register for the event here.

You can also find information on the London Climate Action Week website here.

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