Welcome to the Science Summit at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA77)
- climate change
- Monday 26 September 2022, 15:00 - 17:00 (CEST)
I organized a call for harmonized climate-related data for the finance and investment sector as there is a need for more inclusive science-based training workshops to promote applied practices and methodological approaches in GHG emissions accounting between developed and developing countries.
The role and contribution of science to attaining the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will be the central theme of the Summit. The objective is to develop and launch science collaborations to demonstrate global science mechanisms and activities to support the attainment of the UN SDGs, Agenda 2030 and Local2030. The meeting will also prepare input for the United Nations Summit of the Future, which will take place during UNGA78 beginning on 12 September 2023.
The UN General Assembly (UNGA) has elected, by acclamation, Csaba Kőrösi, Director of Environmental Sustainability at the Office of the President of Hungary, to serve as President of its 77th session. In his acceptance speech, Kőrösi said his presidency’s efforts will be guided by the motto, ‘Solutions through Solidarity, Sustainability and Science.’
Registration is free of charge. You can register yourself and also other colleagues (up to 10 people).
After you have registered, you will receive two emails: one from Eventbrite with your ticket, and 15 min later, one from SCHED inviting you to create your username and password (these will be your SCHED login details to access the conference each time).
Once you have your SCHED login details, you can select the session(s) you would like to attend and be able to see the ZOOM link to join your selected sessions.
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