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Climate Diplomacy Weeks 2019

Acción central se desarrolló en playa Venecia de Villa El Salvador, el 21 de setiembre y se logró recolectar 300 kilos de residuos, 220 no aprovechables y 80 aprovechables. | La UE replica la acción a nivel mundial como una política medioambiental.

A l'instar des Délégations de l'Union européenne du monde entier, la Délégation de l'UE au Sénégal s'est mobilisée pour la protection des océans et de l'environnement.  

Les Délégations de l'Union européenne (UE) dans le monde entier célèbrent la Diplomatie climatique, du 24 septembre au 06 octobre 2019, en s'adressant aux communautés et aux organisations partenaires, en soulignant l'action et la collaboration mondiales positives en matière de changement climatique. Plusieurs événements, axés sur l'action pour le climat dans l'UE et au-delà, sont organisés.

To help promote climate action and the health benefits of cycling, @EUinAus organised the 'VeloMai' lunch-time bike ride around Canberra's lake Burley Griffin. The cycling challenge helped kick off Climate Diplomacy Week, the EU initiative shining a spotlight on positive global collaboration to address climate change.

On Sunday 6 October, the EU Delegation together with the embassies of EU Member States, the Cambodian Ministries of Environment and Tourism, and Young Eco Ambassadors have ended the EU Green Weeks with a public clean-up along the Tonle Sap and Mekong Rivers, where 500 citizens and environmental activists participated, collecting approximately 6 tons of trash of which the vast majority appears to be plastic waste.

To mark EU Climate Diplomacy Week, the EU Delegation to Sierra Leone on 4th October organized an EU Youth Event on "Climate Change and the role of youth in building a sustainable society", bringing together numerous pupils and students from Freetown to discuss with EU and other key stakeholders, among which the Ministry of Environment, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Mayor of Freetown, civil society and climate activists.

Climate change is a threat that spares no country. The world is already witnessing multiple devastating impacts. The EU highlights the urgency to step up global efforts in response to climate change, in the context of sustainable development and efforts to eradicate poverty, in line with the implementation of the Agenda 2030 and the Paris Agreement. The EU also recognises the strong calls by the civil society and citizens, especially youth, for enhanced action, ambition and considerations for future generations.

The EU Delegation in Reykjavik organised an intensive programme of events to mark Climate Diplomacy Weeks in Iceland, starting with a beach clean in the margins of the #EUBeachCleanUp and closing with a quiz at the pub!

27 სექტემბერი, თბილისი - დღეს ევროკავშირმა, კავკასიის უნივერსიტეტთან, გარემოს დაცვისა და სოფლის მეურნეობის სამინისტროსა და CENN- თან თანამშრომლობით, გამართა საჯარო ფორუმი “საუბრები კლიმატზე”. ფორუმს ესწრებოდა 300 ახალგაზრდა მონაწილე, დარგის ექსპერტები, მთავრობის და არასამთავრობო სექტორის წარმომადგენლები.


On 27 September, the EU in partnership with Caucasus University (CU), the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture, and CENN organised a “Talking Climate” public forum which brought together 300 young participants, field experts, representatives of the Government of Georgia and NGO sector.



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