Climate negotiators from around the globe are meeting in Katowice, Poland at COP24 to keep working towards implementing the Paris Climate Agreement. UNEP FI will be taking part in the  following side events:

Climate Finance – Next Steps to Foster Climate Action

7 December 2018 | 10:00-11:30, German Pavillion, COP24 Conference Venue, Katowice

Come and discuss Climate Finance and GHG Neutrality with the World Business Organization, BMU, BMZ, and UNEP FI. Find out more here.

Accelerating action to achieve the Paris Agreement’s goals

10 December 2018 | 15:00-16:30 Bieszczady Room, COP24 Conference venue, Katowice

The global investor community is accelerating and scaling up the actions that are critical to tackling climate change and achieving a low-carbon and climate-resilient world. Join us as prominent industry leaders explore how to accelerate action towards acheiving Paris. Find out more here.

Mobilising Private Finance and Shaping the Future of Renewables Markets in Africa: Showcasing Lessons from two project support facilities

11 December 2018 | 14.30 – 16.00 UK Pavilion, International Congress Centre, Katowice

Innovation in early-stage project support is leading the renewables revolution in Africa. Find out more here.

Adaptation Finance and TCFD Recommendations
11 December 2018 | 15:00-16:30, Room BUG, Area G, COP24 Conference venue, Katowice
Policies and investors play a key role in building climate resilience, including through climate-related financial disclosures. This event explores promising practices of national and capital market policies enhancing corporate reporting on climate action and international financial institutions’ reporting on adaptation finance. Click here for a live webcast.
Aligning Finance with the Goals of the Paris Agreement
12 December 2018 | 16:45-18:15
Global society will only deliver on the commitments of the Paris Agreement if a new level of political ambition among governments is matched by an equal level of commitment and determination from the world’s financial communities. Join us for a panel dialogue with high-level representatives from leading international organisations, governments, and the private sector to discuss how governments and financial institutions can work together now on the transformative agenda needed to align financial flows with a low-emission, resilient future and effectively implement Article 2.1(c) of the Paris Agreement. Find out more here