7-18 December 2009, Copenhagen Denmark
In 2012 the Kyoto Protocol to prevent climate changes and global warming runs out. To keep the process on the line there is an urgent need for a new climate protocol. With climate changes affecting all aspects of modern live at an escalating pace, the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, in December 2009 is set to be the most critical gathering in decades. At the conference the parties of the UNFCCC will meet for the last time on government level before the climate agreement need to be renewed. The window of opportunity is closing fast, and the coming months will be the decisive period for stakeholders from all sectors, across the globe, to call on political leaders to agree on an ambitious treaty to succeed the Kyoto Protocol. Governmental representatives from 170 countries are expected to be in Copenhagen during the conference accompanied by other governmental representatives, NGO's, journalists and others. In total 8000 people are expected to Copenhagen in the days of the climate meeting. SAM will be revealing from Copenhagen conference, please stay tuned with us.