As climate change is becoming a major test of our collective ability to prevent and manage crises, public diplomats will increasingly need to integrate climate-informed priorities into diplomacy and other forms of peacemaking.
“Climate diplomacy” may strike us as a relatively recent innovation, coterminous with the development of modern multilateralism and the growing recognition of global interconnectedness.
Climate diplomacy can help to peacefully manage conflicts.
It requires preventive and early action not only by the countries most affected, but by the entire international community.
The Institute cordially invites members to a Climate Diplomacy Webinars on 16-18 November at 14.00 – 15.00.
16 November at 14.00 – 15.00.
Webinar 1 is designed to identify the root causes of conflict, such as environmental degradation, and equip members with the knowledge and capacities to make important decisions and represent the interests of non-state actors when considering climate change commitments, strategy or policy developments.
17 November at 14.00 – 15.00.
Webinar 2 aims to provide a concise training for members from a variety of backgrounds and professions, in order to develop their understanding and appreciation of the collective action problem of climate change, the risks it poses, as well as the
18 November at 14.00 – 15.30.
Webinar 3 is designed to equip members with the knowledge on multilateral negotiation process and the framework of international climate change law, including compliance mechanisms.
Participants are eligible for 4 CPD points if they participate in the discussions. Posts will be evaluated according to both quantity and quality (e.g., content relevance and contribution to overall discussion).