UNAA Climate Collaboration Forum 2017

The 2015 UN Paris Climate Agreement requires states to progressively “mobilise stronger and more ambitious action by all stakeholders, including civil society, the private sector, cities and subnational authorities, local governments and indigenous peoples”.

In response to this call, the United Nations Association of Australia is promoting the development of a national, inclusive climate management framework.

To coincide with World Environment Day 2017, the UNAA will hold an inaugural Climate Collaboration Forum – a full day event which will include presenting the 2017 World Environment Day Climate Action Awards.

This event will also be a key feature of the UNAA’s work to promote the implementation of SDG 13 – Climate Action.

Once again, we would like to thank our sponsors, including the Victorian State Government, Carbon Reduction Institute, Low Carbon Economy, Monash University, Deakin University and the City of Melbourne! Without their help and generosity of our supporters we would not be able to run events such as this.

Click on the link here for information about attending the Forum; entering the Awards and being part of our Climate Management Showcase.

Bookings close on the 24th, don’t miss out!