From UNFCC(United Nations Framework on Climate Change),COP21 & UN(United Nations)
The twenty-first session of the Conference of the Parties (COP) will take place from 30 November to 11 December 2015, in Paris, France.
At COP21, Government will reach a new universal climate change agreement.
Venue – Le Bourget, France.
Participants – Delegates, Orbservers, Civil Society, and Journalists.
Total Participants – 45,000.
Accreditation – 20,000.
Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary UNFCCC:
“The Paris UN Climate Conference represents an historic opportunity to put the world on course to meet the climate change challenge.
The world needs a new model of growth that is safe, durable and beneficial to all. COP21 seeks to deliver a clear pathway with short and long term milestones, and a system to help us measure and increase progress over time until we get the job done.
The Paris Agreement is not only possible, it is necessary and urgent. We are counting on everyone’s contribution.”.
H.E. Mr. Laurent Fabius, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development of France and President-Designate of COP 21 and CMP 11:
“Everything must be done to make the Paris conference a success.
If we don’t reach an agreement in December, the global public, who are looking at us, wouldn’t understand. Our fellow citizens know that later will be too late. So we, ministers and negotiators, must show ourselves equal to the challenges and to our responsibilities.
Collectively, we must find the path to an ambitious compromise. Together, we can build hope.
It will be my role to get across this message with a single aim: to achieve in Paris on 11 December the success the whole planet is expecting.”