CIL – UNFCCC Workshop on What did COP 26 mean for the Asia Pacific Region and what to expect next?

Workshop on
What did COP 26 mean for the Asia Pacific Region
and what to expect next?

27-28 April 2022 (9am – 1pm CET / 3pm – 7pm SGT)
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The UNFCCC secretariat and the Centre for International Law, National University of Singapore are pleased to jointly convene a workshop on 27 – 28 April 2022 (9am – 1pm CET / 3pm – 7pm SGT) to analyse the implications of the discussions at COP26 in Glasgow in 2021 for the Asia-Pacific region. The interactive workshop will also discuss the possible developments at the upcoming meetings at COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh. 

This workshop is designed for participants with a basic working knowledge of the international climate change governance framework and will be of relevance to government policy-decision makers and  negotiators, legal government legal advisors involved in the climate change talks, or in the domestic climate policy formulation and implementation  from ASEAN and the wider Asia-Pacific region.   The workshop will provide a brief overview of the outcome and implications of COP26 and canvass what and how governments need to consider and prepare for the COP27 discussions, whether in terms of the negotiations, the internal preparations and legal and policy issues to be considered. 

Given the interactive nature of the workshop, please note that places are limited.

Do register your interest early! We will reply as soon as we can on the success of your registration.

Glasgow Climate Pact in a Nutshell
Loss and Damage
Global Stock Take
Article 6
What to expect from COP 27?

Thank you for your interest. The workshop is oversubscribed and registration is now closed.