The year is to kick off with virtual regional roundtables (3 – 4 March 2021) to set the scene in terms of regional priorities, challenges, and opportunities for climate action.
A series of virtual thematic sessions will take place focusing on partnering for the whole society engagement in implementation, managing climate risks, and seizing transformation opportunities. These events, which will include workshops, virtual exhibitions, and side events.
Schedules of events.
|1.||Virtual Regional Round Table(The launch of the event)||03 – 04 March 2021|
|2.||Thematic sessions and round table (Workshops, dialogues, virtual exhibitions, side events, and other engagements)||15 -18 June 2021|
|3.||Ministerial sessions are to include interactions with civil society (in-person interaction involving a number of stakeholders)||09 -10 August 2021|
These events are to take stock of discussions held during the Climate Weeks and prepare key inputs for the Regional Climate Weeks wrap-up event at COP26 in Glasgow in November.
For this event, there is to be a series of preparatory roundtables and related events during 2021 to build momentum towards MENACW2022, benefitting from collaboration during the other climate weeks taking place this year. It is expected that the Government of the United Arab Emirates will attend the virtual regional roundtable on 3-4 March 2021 with the other host Governments.
The core organizing partners are UN Development Programme, UN Environment Programme, UN Climate Change, and World Bank Group.
The Africa Climate Week 2021 will build on the success of the 2019 Africa Climate Week, held in Accra, Ghana.
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Regional Ministers, UNFCCC Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa, the Presidents of the UN Climate Change Conferences COP25 and COP26, the High-Level Champions and other high-ranking figures will be among the speakers at the events.