Conference of the Parties (COP)
United Nations Climate Change Conference
Join Our Delegation!
Care About Climate sends an international delegation to the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties each year. The delegation engages in local advocacy, interacts with country negotiators, attends policy meetings, and influences policy and decision-making at this major annual event. This is an exciting opportunity to learn about international climate policy and to work together to impact our global leadership’s decision-making process.
Our COP 25 delegation consists of climate leaders from Brazil, Chile, Germany, and the United States. More information coming soon!
In 2018, our COP 24 delegation focused on policy and activism regarding Climate Justice, the Global Stocktake (GST), and Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), though these topics vary from year to year.
What is the Conference of the parties?
The UNFCCC Conference of the Parties is an annual UN session that works to create progressive climate orientated policies and programs. Leaders and negotiators from nearly every country in the world come together to create united action. This conference changes locations each year and has a special focus on the country who leads the conference. This past year, COP24 was hosted in Katowice, Poland.
Follow Along with our Delegation
Stay tuned to our blog, Instagram accounts (@careaboutclimate and @climate_sign), and other social media to hear from our delegates as they prepare for the conference!
WANT to get involved?
To partner with our COP25 delegation, email email@example.com. To apply for our COP26 delegation, check back here in the late spring/early summer of 2020. Previously active Care About Climate members are given preference for badges.