Taking place two months before the Glasgow summit, this event is a timely occasion to discuss the scientific views on the risks of climate change, how nations must adapt to the changing climate, creating a truly global effort and how can this be achieved at COP 26.
Key questions covered include:
What are the main priorities of Bangladesh and the climate vulnerable nations ahead of COP26, especially related to adaptation, and loss and damage?
What adaption and mitigation policy support measures, in addition to the $100 billion in pledged finance, will Bangladesh be expecting for the CVF nations at COP 26?
Looking to the next ten years, are there climate change impacts that are of particular concern for Bangladesh and what resilience measures can be put in place?
This event is part of Chatham House’s ongoing work on achieving sustainability.
As with all member events, questions from the audience drive the conversation.