The Crown Prince will launch a new UNEP a scientific advisory centre in Copenhagen along with UNEP Executive Director Inger Andersen, UNOPS Executive Director Grete Faremo and Danish Minister for Environment, Lea Wermelin
As the latest IPCC reports have shown in no uncertain terms, the world is in a climate emergency. We need to increase action on both mitigation and adaptation, speeding up the ever more urgent green energy transition, if we want to reach our climate goals and preserve a livable planet.
The UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre will be at the forefront of providing science-based analyses and climate relevant assessments on achieving the targets of the Paris Agreement as well as Sustainable Development Goals.
The official opening will be followed by an expert panel discussion: “Accelerating Energy Transition Pathways in Emerging Economies and Developing Countries. The role of international climate action in a decisive decade”.
Watch the opening here: