Climate Negotiations

The Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Paris Agreement are the official and most central forums for discussing international climate change action at international level. In December 2015, the COP21 Paris Conference adopted the Paris Agreement, which sets out the framework for the post-Kyoto Protocol. The agreement met the conditions for entry into force on November 4, 2016, about a year later, and subsequent meetings of the Conference of the Parties have been held to discuss the detailed rules for implementing the Paris Agreement and to discuss climate finance.


Joint press release: Nuclear power cannot be a climate solution – COP28


COP28 must result in just and equitable climate action, not false solutions, warns Friends of the Earth International


Open Letter: G7 countries must not leave room for fossil fuels, climate destruction


56 groups from 29 countries opposed to Japan’s promotion of False Solution – Japanese Government should commit to ending fossil fuel finance at COP27


Climate Change Impact and Climate Justice