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Join Us! Climate Vulnerable Forum at COP19
Official Partners Exchange Event & Live Webcast
Tuesday 19 November 2013
Warsaw Climate Change Conference, Press Conference Room 1, National Stadium
> Launch of major New Action Plan for joint efforts of vulnerable countries to 2015
> Viewpoint exchange: progress on key issues facing vulnerable countries
you are cordially invited to take part
Join Climate Vulnerable Forum Leaders and Partners at the Action Plan launch with moderated panel debate and Q&A.
Costa Rica: H.E. Dr. Rene Castro, Hon. Minister of Environment
Bangladesh: Mr. Abdul Karim, Managing Director, PKSF, Former Government Principal Secretary
Ms. Veerle Vandeweerd, Director for Energy and Environment, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Moderated by Ms. Kelly Rigg, Executive Director, Global Call for Climate Action / tcktcktck.org
Live webcast also available here: http://www.cop19.gov.pl/live-webcast
Invitation Flyer – see here.
20 developing countries participating in the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) are uniting behind a plan to push for international progress and to lift ambition through to 2015. The event will share the two-year Action Plan targeting progress in six different key multi-lateral sectors of international affairs and include a Q&A with high-level panelists.
For more information or to register for the event please contact: info (at) thecvf.org
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