With leading climate law and governance experts joining over 15,000 delegates for the UNFCCC CoP23 in Bonn, Germany from 6 to 17 November 2017, a unique opportunity is presented to unlock the knowledge of the climate law and governance community, share best practices and build capacity. CLGI, with thanks to current co-hosts and sponsors, has launched its global call for session hosts, partners, co-hosts, and sponsors for Climate Law and Governance Day 2017.
The third annual Climate Law and Governance Day (CLGD) will take place in parallel to COP23 on 10 November 2017 in Bonn to facilitate dialogue between diverse sets of stakeholders, government representatives and the academic legal community. It will build on the success of the inaugural CLGD 2015, which took place alongside COP21 with an audience of 60 key jurists, policy and law makers, academics, and civil society representatives, and CLGD 2016, which drew an audience of over 260 government delegates, law and policy practitioners, academics, and students, and reached a network of over 50,000 in its follow up and associated social media activities.
Please join us for the annual Climate Law and Governance Day 2017, a symposium during UNFCCC COP23, under the COP23 Presidency. Take advantage of our earlybird registration now. Click here to register via eventbrite.
Over a full day of dialogue, keynotes, and parallel roundtable/panel sessions, CLGD 2017 will:
If you have any further questions about the event or registration you can also contact Florentina Simlinger and German Guberman at email@example.com.
CLGI is now accepting proposals by individuals and consortia of partners to host sessions along the following themes, identified according to the vision set by the COP23 Presidency and in consultation with the CLGD Programme Committee and informed by the discussion at the Bonn Roundtable.
Via a global call for partners, Parties, UN bodies, intergovernmental organizations, academia, jurists and civil society have joined the co-hosts and core partners of Climate Law and Governance Initiative including the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law, the Centre for International Governance Innovation, the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law at the University of Cambridge, the University of Bonn and the University of South Pacific. The Climate Law and Governance Initiative is also grateful for the continued support of our diverse network of IGO, university, and NGO partners, as well as law firms and associations.
Interested session hosts were invited to submit research briefs and contribute modest cost-shares to host sessions during the day-long event. These sessions serve to share and profile the climate law and governance work across the global UNFCCC community, whether it is analysis and progress on new laws and policies, climate litigation, questions or findings for legal and governance research projects, outcomes technical assistance, or educational programmes. They will also be launching or convening points for ongoing programmes, a chance to check in with decision-makers, negotiators, civil society, private sector and other actors convened by the CoP23, or to share progress with sponsors and partners.
The call for session proposals and partners has now closed, however if you would like to discuss sponsoring the event or profiling your work please contact the CLGI Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsorship can assist with travel grants to enable developing country delegates and academics to attend and share their knowledge and ideas at CLGD 2017.
Organisations, Parties, and Institutions interested in participating in CLGD 2018 can also get in touch with CLGI by email at email@example.com.
Climate Law and Governance Day 2017 will take place at the University Forum, thanks to the generous contribution of the University of Bonn. The University Forum is conveniently located 5 minutes by foot from the World Conference Center Bonn, the centre of the COP23 negotiations.
In addition to the CLGD 2017, the Climate Law and Governance Initiative will host an international climate law and governance capacity building course. In this one-day course, for which a certificate shall be granted, international delegates and leading national and regional scholars and practitioners will provide focused capacity-building on relevant issues. Furthermore, CLGI will support the coordination and promotion of side events hosted by its core partners.
CLGI will engage in the official UNFCCC side event zones of the COP23 Climate Change Conference, as well as participating in associated side events in collaboration with leading climate law organisations. CLGI will aim to boost its nascent knowledge centre during its COP23 activities by interacting with policymakers, lawmakers, parliamentarians, and delegates on the ground in Bonn. CLGI will be seeking blog contributions from its diverse network from the legal community in the lead up to, and during COP23. Having supported the COP22 Moroccan Presidency in its legal.