European Climate Diplomacy Day 2015 How does climate change concern you ? [de]


- Deutsche Fassung

The German Federal Foreign Office, the French Embassy in Berlin and the British Embassy in Berlin would like to invite you to attend a panel discussion, marking the occasion of the second Climate Diplomacy Day on 17 June 2015 :

European Climate Diplomacy Day 2015

How does climate change concern you ?

18:00-20:00 at the French Embassy in Berlin
Followed by a drinks reception
Entrance Wilhelmstrasse 69 , 10117 Berlin

On 17 June 2015, European embassies around the world will celebrate the second Climate Diplomacy Day, promoting a common worldwide understanding of the need for action to mitigate climate change. Following last year’s successful collaboration between Germany, France and the United Kingdom, with joint climate diplomacy events organized in over 30 countries, this year’s Climate Diplomacy Day will be an even broader, European effort."

With the Paris climate summit only a few months away, climate diplomacy will be a crucial instrument in achieving the proper international framework conditions to enable an ambitious global deal on climate change.

We would like to invite you to attend a panel discussion on the role of climate diplomacy in the fight against climate change and why climate change should concern every one of us. We will look at impacts of climate change on a local level, policy tools that can be used internationally to promote a better understanding of action on climate change and discuss the role of the European Union in this context.

In the run-up to Climate Diplomacy Day, you can follow and re-tweet our social media activity using the hashtag #ClimateDiploDay.

Please register your participation on the following webpage and bring an I.D. on the day of the conference :

Inscription to the panel discussion European ClimateDiploDay 2015 has been finished

Note that seating being limited, registration will stop once the quota is achieved.

The panel discussion will be held in English (with simultaneous translation into French).

Please also note that by registering your participation, you agree that photos and film material taken during the event can be used for our social media purposes (incl. publication on websites and Twitter or other channels).

Dernière modification : 16/06/2015

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