Climate Chance Press Conference #BonnClimateConference
While the climate crisis, the Covid-19 pandemic and the conflict in Ukraine are all undermining climate objectives, 2022 remains a critical year for climate action. In this difficult context, Climate Chance has continued its mission to create an enabling environment for strengthening climate action at the local level and will be present at the Bonn intersessional meeting on 14-15 June, and hold a press conference.
Climate Chance press conference #BonnClimateConference – Wednesday 15 June
The opportunity for the association to present both the challenges and progress made throughout the past months and notably the two federative events on the international climate agenda, which carry the voice of non-state climate actors and feed into the ongoing discussions in Bonn.
Climate Chance will announce the launch and opening of registrations for the Climate Chance Summit Africa 2022.
The press conference will also be an opportunity to highlight the outcomes and the non-state actors’ advocacy work on climate following the Climate Chance Summit Europe 2022.
Romain Crouzet, Managing Director of the Climate Chance Association
Anne Barre, Gender and Climate Policy Coordinator of Women Engage for a Common Future (WECF)
Anne-Marie Abaagu, Executive Director Women Environmental Programme (WEP)
Baba Dramé, Director of the Environment and Classified Establishments of Senegal
Practical information :
Wednesday 15 June at 2.45 pm (CEST)
Room NAIROBI 4, World Conference Center Bonn