From 6th to 17th November, the 23rd session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 23) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change will take place in Bonn (Germany) under the Presidency of Fiji. Delegates from all over the world will discuss the ways to achieve the goals set out in the Paris agreement with a focus on transparency, emission reductions, provision of finance, capacity-building, and technological development.
At COP 23, Party States will organize a wide array of events and exhibitions. The conference programme also includes high-level events by the COP Presidency and the UNFCCC Secretariat, a series of events organized under the Marrakech Partnership for Global Climate Action, cultural and other events.
In the framework of the conference Russia will present a stand whose central topic will be education, including nuclear education. Also, there will be a Russian Pavilion at the conference, where on November 14 the Regional Vice President of ROSATOM Western Europe Andrey Rozhdestvin will deliver a report on the topic “Nuclear energy as an indispensable factor of “green” economy and sustainable development”. In his presentation he will focus on the key role of the atom in creating a global carbon-free energy balance of the future. A day later, on November 15, Rozhdestvin will present a report on the topic “Diversified balance of nuclear energy and renewable energy sources” at the roundtable “Russia’s contribution into low-emission economies”. The roundtable is organized by the Russian party as a parallel event of the conference; reports of speakers from the Presidential Administration of Russia, the Ministry of Economic Development, the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment, PJSC Gazprom and UC Rusal are also on the agenda.