FAO at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)
Glasgow (United Kingdom), 31/10/2021 - 12/11/2021
The UN Climate Change Conference (COP 26), hosted by the UK in partnership with Italy takes place from 31 October to 12 November 2021 in the Scottish city of Glasgow.
The aim of this year’s conference is to finalize remaining decisions to ensure the full implementation of the Paris Agreement, FAO is present to reinforce its commitment to supporting countries in the climate negotiations, particularly through the implementation of the Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture, by scaling up Nationally Determined Contribution commitments, enhancing action related to food and agriculture, ecosystems and biodiversity, and in supporting countries to access climate finance.
FAO will continue to advocate for and promote sustainable, efficient and resilient agri-food systems as part of the solution to the climate crisis, biodiversity loss and ecosystem degradation.
Events led and co-led by FAO
11 November 2021
9:00-10:30 / 11:10-12:30 Agri-food transition Summit - Session 1
Innovation Zone, Cessnock Quay, Glasgow | Hybrid
13:15-14:30 Climate change, mountains and the future of humanity
Multimedia Studio 3 | Virtual | Follow livestream
14:30-15:30 Overcoming barriers & growing investment opportunities in restorative land & forestry management
16:45-18:00 Ocean Action = Climate Action
Multimedia Studio 1| Hybrid | Follow livestream
17:00-18:00 Climate Change Crisis and One Health
(FAO, WHO, UNEP, OIE)
Health Pavilion | Register
13:00-14:30 Approche intergénérationnelle pour lutter contre le changement climatique : potentiel et solution
14:30-16:00 Transparency in Agriculture: Can we align country adaptation reporting efforts under the Paris Agreement (PA) and Agenda 2030?
Commonwealth Secretariat Pavilion | Follow livestream
- Interview with Maria Helena Semedo, Deputy Director-General of FAO
- Green and climate-resilient agriculture
- Understanding the future of Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture
- Impact of climate change on fisheries and aquaculture
- Building climate-resilient dryland forests and agrosilvopastoral production systems
- Five practical actions towards low-carbon livestock