Climate Chance launches the Observatory’s Briefings
Online and in person, France
With the Observatory Briefings, Climate Chance offers to all decision makers, journalists, students, actors of the climate and biodiversity community, expert analyses from the Global Synthesis Report on Climate Action 2022.
The Observatory’s Briefings: An expert analysis of the Global Synthesis Report on Climate Action 2022 for target audiences
For the past five years, the Climate Chance Observatory has published its flagship report, the Global Synthesis Report on Climate Action by Sector, which presents an overview of the actions taken each year by businesses, local authorities and civil society to reduce their emissions and adapt to climate change in the energy, transport, buildings, industry, waste and land use sectors.
- What is it?
In 2023, the Observatory showcases this unique summary for decision-makers with the Observatory Briefings. The idea is to share expert insights on the reality of the evolution of greenhouse gas emissions and the impact on this trajectory of concrete actions carried out at local level. The Observatory’s Briefings highlight the trends in climate action over the past year, emerging signals and remarkable initiatives that help identify the most effective levers for moving towards a low-carbon society, with insights tailored to your audiences: decision-makers, journalists, students, etc. You can benefit from more thematic analyses according to the subjects and sectors that interest you.
…and in practice?
The 2023 Briefings Sessions led by the Observatory are 30 minutes to 1 hour long, including time for discussions, and can be held online or in person, from January to March.
A number of Briefings are already scheduled to take place in the coming months
- Université de Clermont Auvergne -13th January
- Le Citepa – 1st February
- Entreprises pour l’Environnement (EpE) – 7th February
- Le Lierre – 16th February
- French Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs – 17th February
Is your organisation interested in climate issues? Let’s organise together a Briefing for your audience
Contact Antoine Gillod, Director of the Observatory: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Observatory Team
- Antoine Gillod, Director of the Observatory, Climate Chance
- Tania Martha Thomas, Research Officer at the Observatory, Climate Chance
- Mélaine Assè Wassa Sama, Climate Action in Africa Project lead, Climate Chance