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Webinars on the UNFCCC structure, how the negotiations work and how to effectively engage at COPs

[On behalf of UC3, Second Nature and RINGO]

This 3-part webinar series has been developed by the University Climate Change Coalition (UC3), Second Nature and the Research and Independent Non-Governmental Organizations (RINGOs) constituency to provide anyone interested in the international climate negotiations with a comprehensive overview of the UNFCCC process, including policy questions and issues to be addressed in the upcoming COP 27 negotiations. Anyone interested in following the climate negotiations is invited to participate in the webinars. Complete details here:

Webinar 1: Overview of the UNFCCC Negotiation Process and Structure. Monday, September 19, 2022 @ 7pm Eastern Time. This first webinar will share information on the overall UNFCCC governance structure, how the negotiations work, side events, green spaces, negotiation area, and how to plan out participation during COP27. This webinar will be 1 hour long. More information and to register:

Webinar 2: Engaging with the UNFCCC: COPs, Bodies, and Issues. Monday, October 3, 2022 @ 7pm Eastern Time. This second webinar will share ways to learn about and engage with the UNFCCC outside of the COPs; enhance understanding of how the Subsidiary Bodies (SBs) and Constituted Bodies (CBs) support the work of the UNFCCC and its Conference of the Parties; and enrich understanding of the UNFCCC objectives and processes. This webinar will be 1 hour long. More information and to register:

Webinar 3: Key Issues to Watch at COP27. Monday, October 24, 2022 @ 7pm Eastern This third and final webinar will provide an overview of key agenda items and key outcomes to watch for at COP27. This webinar will be 1.5 hours long. More information and to register:

Recordings for each of the webinars will be posted here within a few days following the webinar. Additionally, we encourage everyone to register for each webinar regardless, as we will also directly email the link to each webinar recording to the registration lists afterwards.

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