30 Nov - 12 Dec, 2023
The 28th Conference of Parties (COP) is slated for 30 November to 12 December 2023 at Expo City, Dubal, UAE, and it marks a pivotal juncture for global climate action. As the host nation, the UAE spearheads a transformative moment for governments, businesses, and civil societies to collaboratively address climate change. COP28 aims to conduct the first Global Stocktake (GST) of the implementation of the Paris Agreement, in addition to recalibrating efforts and steering the world towards achieving collective and nature climate goals. Uniting world leaders, ministers, negotiators, scientists, and diverse stakeholders, this event is set to be a cornerstone in the ongoing battle against climate change.
At COP28, the Presidency has announced four cross-cutting themes in its thematic days programming that underpin effective, interconnected delivery and highlight subjects raised by stakeholders:
Uniqus at COP28
Uniqus will be present at the event, leveraging its knowledge to disseminate impactful content and drive meaningful engagements. Leading up to the event, we will share insights, as we endeavour to set the stage for a comprehensive understanding of the conference.
Post-event, Uniqus will share in-depth analyses, experiences, and actionable insights, contributing to the global conversation on sustainable practices and climate resilience. Uniqus is not merely an observer but a proactive participant, catalyzing change throughout the COP28 journey and beyond.
Expectations from COP28
Our COP28 – A curtain raiser report succinctly highlights our anticipations from the upcoming conference.
COP28 - A curtain raiser
Presenting Uniqus Insights COP28 – A curtain raiser, highlighting expectations from COP28, which is slated to kick off in Dubai, UAE. The world has already witnessed 2023 as the hottest year so far on the planet and hence, the need for climate action has never been more pressing. Our publication explores the four cross-cutting themes at COP28 i.e., technology and innovation, finance, frontline communities, and inclusion.
At the COP28 Opening Ceremony today, the Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs and the President of COP27, Sameh Shoukry, officially passed the baton to the current COP President, H.E. Dr. Sultan Al Jaber. COP28.
On Day 2 of COP28 in the UAE, 170 Heads of States and Governments gathered to kickstart the proceedings for the World Climate Action Summit. The leaders showcased their national initiatives
On Day 3 of COP28 in the UAE, the World Climate Action Summit ended. A multitude of pledges and commitments emerged, focused on decarbonizing the energy sector through cutting methane emissions,
Today, COP28 has inaugurated thematic days i.e., daily programming focusing on key issues interrelated with climate change, and Day 4 centred on ‘Health / Relief, Recovery, & Peace’.
Quotes of the Day
Reflections from the
The COP28 summit, hosted in Dubai, UAE, concluded with optimism and apprehension as world leaders grappled with the intricate challenges around climate negotiations. H.E. Dr. Sultan al-Jaber, serving as the COP28 President, opened the conference with a resounding call for collaboration, stating, “The urgency of the climate crisis demands unprecedented collaboration. Our success lies in bridging gaps and finding common ground.”