Photo gallery : UNESCO at COP22 - Marrakech, Morocco (7-18 November)

As the Paris climate agreement enters into force on 4 November 2016, the next Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP22) will focus on action, and helping countries to develop their National Adaptation Plans. It is taking place in Marrakech, Morocco, on 7-18 November. More information on UNESCO at COP22

Thematic Day on indigenous knowledge and climate change

7  November 2016. The UNESCO Pavilion at the 2016 UN Conference on Climate Change (COP22) opened its doors today with a series of discussions on the solutions that indigenous knowledge can offer to tackle climate change, and how to best support particularly vulnerable local and indigenous communities. More information

Thematic Day on water and climate change

9  November 2016 was dedicated to water action at the 2016 UN Climate Change Conference (COP22). UNESCO’s International Hydological Programme (IHP) organized a series of events during COP22 to provide information and technical resources about its work on water and climate change. Special attention was given to the use of new technologies to support stakeholder’s engagement in tackling impacts of climate change in water resources. Programme

Thematic Day on Disaster Risk Reduction and climate change

10 November 2010. UNESCO organized 2 side events on Disaster Risk Reduction to showcase concrete intiatives, lessons learned and issues to be addressed, and to explore more effective solutions to harmonize Climate Change adaptation and disaster risk reduction measures through science and technology. Programme

Thematic Day on Small Island Developing States (SIDS)

12 November 2016 was dedicated to how Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are facing climate change. Programme