ECDPM at COP28
The 28th edition of COP is taking place in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This year's conference, bringing together representatives from nearly 200 countries, will be held in Expo City Dubai from 30 November to 12 December 2023. COP28 focuses on four priorities: transitioning to clean energy; centring nature, people, lives and livelihoods; delivering on climate finance; and, mobilising inclusivity. Like in previous editions, ECDPM will be on site at COP28 and contribute to the discussions taking place.
We have been looking at the effects of the climate crisis for many years, especially in the broader context of Europe-Africa relations. Like in previous editions, we will share our analysis and opinions, particularly on green transition, food systems, the gender-climate nexus, the cascading and cross-border effects of the climate crisis and the efforts to finance adaptation.
During COP28, ECDPM is (co)-organising several events
On 4 December, Hanne Knaepen will moderate this session which will combine the global and local perspectives on how to promote gender-sensitive climate action in cities by gathering experts and government representatives to share practical approaches and experiences. More information coming soon
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ECDPM at previous COPs
Discover ECDPM's work during previous editions of the COP.
The first COP held in an African country in 6 years focused on food, water and adaptation finance. ECDPM facilitated discussions and provided sharp analysis of the issues under discussionRevisit our COP27 work
Glasgow hosted COP26, which focused on the implementation of the Paris Agreement and saw the signing of the Glasgow Climate Pact. ECDPM gathered African and European actors to have frank discussions on what blocks progress towards a greener, more sustainable and resilience planet.Revisit our COP26 work