The COP25 of the United Nations starts its third day focused on climate science, innovation and the role of the industry with the presentation of two emissions reports, awaiting the next arrival of the young Swedish activist Greta Thunberg.
Following the latest reports from the United Nations Environment Program and the IPCC on climate change, which point to the inadequacy of the measures taken to address global warming to date, this Wednesday will present the German Watch Global Climate Risk Index and the of carbon emissions trends of The Global Carbon Project, both in the blue zone of the Climate Summit.
The Conference of the Parties (COP) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change will focus, on this day, on the role of industry in the ecological transition and, among others, will host an event on "Innovative technologies and sectors key to decarbonization "with the participation of the Spanish Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism in functions, Reyes Maroto.
The Spanish initiative in the activities of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will address the use of interactive tools for regional climate information and inform about the Atlas of Climate Change of the Americas.
Also the association "Scientists for Future" will talk about its objectives and activities, as well as the twenty-four scientific facts related to climate change that form the basis of the declaration against the climate crisis signed by more than 26,000 Europe experts.
While the delegations of the 197 countries continue to negotiate in this first technical phase of the COP, which will conclude on the 13th, numerous events continue to be scheduled in parallel.
Thus, the so-called "green zone", where most of the events promoted by civil society are held, will host the presentation of the Ecoescuelas project, an act attended by the acting Spanish Minister of Culture, José Guirao
Outside the event area, the activists will present the March for Climate and the Social Summit for Climate.
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