ESPA at the UN climate change conference, COP23
ESPA is exhibiting at the United Nations climate change conference in Bonn, Germany from 6-17 November on the theme: ‘Climate solutions and human wellbeing: Adaptation and mitigation action to stamp out poverty’.
ESPA is a global interdisciplinary research programme that aims to give decision-makers and natural resource users the evidence they need to address the challenges of sustainable ecosystem management and poverty reduction. As part of this mission, ESPA’s on-the-ground action research in Africa, Asia and Latin America has investigated how climate solutions can affect multi-dimensional aspects of human wellbeing.
At the UN Climate Change Conference this year, nations of the world will meet to advance the aims and ambitions of the Paris Agreement on climate change and achieve progress on its implementation guidelines. The conference, officially referred to as COP 23/ CMP 13/ CMA 1-2, will take place in Bonn, Germany, hosted by the secretariat of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and presided over by Fiji.
ESPA’s findings have important implications for countries’ efforts to design and implement their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) – pledges made under the Paris Agreement. We would love to meet you to discuss ESPA’s research findings and policy recommendations, including:
- Public-private partnerships for climate smart cocoa production;
Join us for informal networking
We are at the exhibition stand throughout the two weeks: find us at number G17.02 in the Bonn Zone. Our stand is joint with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI).
We invite you for an informal networking opportunity to meet our International Programme Advisory Committee member Virgilio Viana and staff on Monday 13 November from 12:30-14:00.
Discover more about ESPA on this website and especially the About ESPA pages.
You can read about our most recent results and impacts in our Annual Report 2017.
Find out more about the 23rd Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change here.