The annual Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP 28) will take place from 30 November 2023 to 12 December 2023 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
UN CC:Learn organizes and supports the following activities:
The Climate Classroom @ COP28 is a short interactive learning experience designed to help those attending or following climate meetings get quickly up-to-speed on important climate issues. The Climate Classroom @ COP28 will be UN CC:Learn’s 11th edition and each day throughout COP our team of experts will deliver a series of free online classes that introduce learners to a range of climate change topics – allowing delegates, professionals, and other interested parties to follow and contribute to climate discussions.
Check out below the list of online classes that you are invited to attend. Click on the title of the class to register.
Thursday 23rd November | 3pm CET
Wednesday 29th November | 10am CET
Wednesday 29th November | 2pm CET
Thursday 30th November | 10am CET
Friday 1st December | 10am CET
Friday 1st December | 2pm CET
Monday 4th December | 10am CET
Monday 4th December | 2pm CET
Tuesday 5th December | 10am CET
Tuesday 5th December | 2pm CET
Wednesday 6th December | 10am CET
Wednesday 6th December | 2pm CET
Thursday 7th December | 10am CET
Thursday 7th December | 2pm CET
Friday 8th December | 10am CET
Monday 11th December | 1pm CET
Thursday 12th December | 10am CET
Tuesday 12th December | 2pm CET
Wednesday 13th December | 10am CET
What others have said about past Climate Classrooms:
The Climate Classroom is an amazing opportunity to learn first-hand information from experts working in the UN, and meet other climate enthusiasts who could share valuable information from their experience.
I’m currently working for the Multi-stakeholder Climate Action Plan in Njombe-Tanzania. The Climate Classroom has provided an extra view of what we need to do and how committed we need to be in an interactive manner.
It was definitely a fantastic learning experience. The class was excellent and apparently, it was good enough that it taught both beginners and advanced some new things about keyword research and search engine optimization.
This session is highly relevant as the concepts/ideas, experiences, and lessons shared were all interesting, useful, and practical. The most valuable takeaway for me is the application of impact-based forecasting for anticipatory action. Kudos to the speakers and organizers!
COP28 Library of UN Ressources
UN CC:Learn hosts the library of documents produced by UN partners which are relevant for COP 28.
Events Supported by UN CC:Learn
Explore the full list of events at COP28 here.
UN CC:Learn Events
Ce panel présentera les efforts déployés par le Cabo Verde, le Mali et le Sénégal pour développer et mettre en œuvre des initiatives nationales d‘éducation au développement durable 2030, en soulignant les défis, les bonnes pratiques et les perspectives dans la poursuite du travail.
The event will aim to discuss effective learning strategies/products /initiatives that empower youth to take leadership role on climate action. Ideas on how to deliver on the needs of the youth will be brainstormed and serve as takeaways to both UNITAR and Monash U.
UN CC:Learn-supported Events
Delivery for the future: The postal network as infrastructure for lifelong climate education
This workshop will delve into how postal services can act as a platform for lifelong climate education, bolstering the ties between the postal and educational sectors. It will bring together voices from the global postal, educational, and climate policy communities to discuss collaborative strategies.
Monday, 4 December 2023, 1:50 – 2:50PM (UAE Time), The Greening Education Hub
Intended audience: Universities; IGOs; postal community representatives; logistics companies; NGOs centred on local climate resilience.
Partners: Universal Postal Union (UPU)
This 60-minute panel discussion will approach the good practices carried out by Ghana regarding the integration of climate change into school curricula.
Circularity is transformational, doable, and above all a means of addressing climate change. This session examines key challenges and opportunities and reflect on real examples of success and best practices from the research-policy space and the real economy.