Under the presidency of Fiji, Bonn will host the upcoming COP23 in November 2017. Following COP21 in Paris, at which the Paris Agreement was settled upon, and COP22 in Marrakech, at which the commitment was reaffirmed, the Fijian Presidency has set a vision to advance the work of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and preserve the multilateral consensus for decisive action to address the underlying causes of climate change, respecting climate science.
COP23 is expected to draw nearly 50,000 participants from government, intergovernmental organisations, UN agencies, NGOs and civil society, including some 30,000 official delegates. At the COP, it is furthermore expected that a number of activities related to the so-called Action Agenda will take place.
In continuing the effort to promote actions on combating climate change, the Ministry of Environment and Forestry Indonesia (MoEF-Indonesia) will participate in COP-23 UNFCCC in Bonn, Germany on 6-17 November 2017 by organizing Indonesia Pavilion. In this regard, the MoEF-Indonesia invite participants from multi-stakeholders to actively involved in Indonesia Pavilion for Panel Discussion sessions and Exhibition.
Participants are expected to apply by filling Participation Form and Call for Exhibition Form and sending it to Secretariat Indonesia Pavilion’s email or office. Please complement your form(s) with an accompanied letter from your institution.
Participation Form, Call for Exhibition and initial explanation of the Indonesia Pavilion can be downloaded here : (click on the image below).
For further question and inquiry, please send an email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Dateline for submission not later than 31st August 2017 (batch 1).
On August 16th, 2017, MoEF-Indonesia held a multi-stakeholders meeting to share and collect inputs for Indonesia Pavilion COP23 from Ministries, Institutions, NGOs, Private Sectors, Media, and other related participants.
The theme chosen for Indonesia Pavilion 2017 is “A Smarter World: Collective Actions for A Changing Climate”, which breaks down into 4 sub-themes: Policy Works, Operational Works, Societal Works, and Collaborative Works. Both Panel Discussion and Exhibition will adhere to above mentioned theme and sub-themes.