Event - Climate Neutrality - from Ambition Raising to Mission Zero
- Climate Change
Reaching climate neutrality requires not only a combination of national commitments, but a global mission that creates a connection between national climate targets, economic reforms and climate innovation. Public action is key to mainstreaming these objectives, developing a policy mix to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and creating a sustainable, resilient future within the boundaries of the planet.
A small group of experts and stakeholders from politics, science, private sector and NGOs are invited to discuss:
Where do we want to go: a future global vision towards net-zero emissions and climate resilience, the importance of global climate neutrality and keeping 1.5c within reach Where are we: the status quo of global climate ambition and effort, e.g. global GHG trends; NDCs and long-term strategies (strategies, plans and policies for climate action); non-state action and initiatives How do we get there: translating the global vision into specific near-term action from a scientific, a governmental and a private sector perspective The event is hosted as a satellite event at this year’s virtual Petersberg Climate Dialogue (PCD) completing this year’s ministerial segment involving a range of government and non-state actors. The satellite event will take place virtually on May 05, 2021 12:00 - 14:30 CEST.Register here