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Tackling climate change will be one of the central tasks of the G20 summit of the world’s largest economies taking place on 7-8 July in Germany.

Civil society is calling on the leaders to send a strong signal of their commitment to the full implementation of the Paris Agreement, including through pursuing deeper emission cuts than currently foreseen.

Ahead of the G20 summit, Climate Action Network International, which CAN Europe is a member of, will hold an online press briefing:

Will the G20 Summit deliver on climate action?
Wednesday, 5 July 2017, 4:30pm Brussels time 
Speakers below will highlight the priorities and dynamics that can shape a strong outcome on climate change:

  • Alden Meyer, Director of Strategy and Policy, Union of Concerned Scientists (US)
  • Lutz Weischer, Team Leader International Climate Policy, Germanwatch
  • Catherine Abreu, Executive Director, Climate Action Network Canada
  • Sanjay Vashist, Director, Climate Action Network South Asia

Join the meeting from your computer, tablet, or smartphone by clicking the link:
https://gotomeet.me/can-policy/g20-press-briefing-by-climate-action-network

Please RSVP: Dharini Parthasarathy, CAN Communications Coordinator, Policy, Email: dparthasarathy@climatenetwork.org Mobile: +91 8826107830

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