Climate change demands a prominent role in foreign policy. In light of the slow pace of progress in international climate negotiations, a stronger role for foreign policy in international climate policy has been called for– namely through climate diplomacy.
The Summit will underscore the urgency of the threat and channel the energy and idealism of people everywhere to overcome it. Time to zero in.
On Monday, 24 September, the UNGA will hold a high-level plenary meeting on global peace. Also called the 'Nelson Mandela Peace Summit', it is based on UNGA resolution 72/243, by which UN Member States decided to hold a high-level plenary meeting on global peace in honor of the centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela.
Climate Diplomacy Week is a time, where EU Delegations around the world reach out to communities and partner organisations, highlighting positive global action and collaboration on climate change. 2018 will see two Climate Diplomacy Weeks: the first one from 18-24 June and the second one from 24-30 September 2018.