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Climate Change Conference 2018 in Katowice

The supposably most important Climate Change conference since the Paris Agreement is taking place in 2018: From 2nd to 14th December, the member states of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) meet for the next round of negotiations in Katowice/Poland (COP24).

FES will be there as well. We are organizing on climate and energy policy with various partners and support voices of the Global South. This year, we are focusing on how to shape a just energy transition that leaves no one behind. And of course, we will update you on what is happening during the negotiation process.

Reports on the World Climate Conference

10.12.2018 | Klimawandel, Energie und Umwelt

Building a post-coal future

The discussion on phasing out coal is extremely hard, especially in countries like Poland, where around 80% of energy comes from coal. In the UN Climate Talks taking place in Katowice, the Polish...


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| Klimawandel, Energie und Umwelt | Publikation

A coal in mind

Why the climate conference COP24 in Katowice is an important milestone for achieving the 1.5°C target


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| Die Welt gerecht gestalten | Klimawandel, Energie und Umwelt | News

Get ready for COP24: Four things to know about a just transition to a sustainable future!

On FES Connect, Manuela Matthess reminds us of what's going to be most important at the upcoming climate change conference in Katowice.


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26.11.2018 | Klimawandel, Energie und Umwelt | News

Bangkok Opens the Diplomatic Season - 10 Key moments leading to COP24

Experts have called this year the most important one since agreeing to the Paris Agreement in 2015. By December, UN negotiators are expected to have agreed on all the guidelines to bring the Paris...


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12.09.2018 | Klimawandel, Energie und Umwelt | Veranstaltung | News

United Nations climate session in Bangkok to decide on Paris Agreement rules

In Thailand's capital, diplomats have gathered for a key step in establishing the Rules governing the Paris Agreement.


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Publications on Climate Change and Energy Policy

Kibugi, Robert

Political economy of climate change interventions in Kenya

who benefits and who loses?
Nairobi

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Matsubara, Hironao

Renewable energy policies and the energy transition in Japan

Tokio

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Guiding principles & lessons learnt for a just energy transition in the Global South

Learning from the past to plan for the future
Berlin

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