Towards COP26: Building stronger partnerships for more effective action on climate and nature

02 September 2021
September 02, 2021 at 1:00pm - 4pm

Towards COP26: Building stronger partnerships for more effective action on climate and nature

Dialogue - Thursday, 2nd September 2021, 13h -15h30pm CEST


On-going dialogue and solid partnerships between providers of development co-operation and developing countries are essential for delivering on climate and environmental ambitions. This event will be a timely opportunity for members of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) and developing countries to come together ahead of COP26 and reflect on how they can best work together and how DAC members can more effectively support development countries in realising their climate and environment ambitions.

This dialogue will provide a valuable opportunity for the DAC to present the scope for an enhanced approach to support climate and environmental action, and for developing countries to illustrate their own climate and environment aspirations, as well as the main challenges they face with regards to achieving them. The dialogue will be informed by feedback from written consultations and discussions with developing countries carried out in 2021. Finally, the event is meant to be part of a dialogue and partnership process beyond COP26 aiming at promoting more effective cooperation and action on climate and nature. As such, the event will also discuss the key topics and priorities for more effective climate and nature partnerships and stronger dialogue between developing countries and the international development community going forward.


Please register in advance for this event here:


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

The agenda will be circulated in the coming weeks.


We look forward to meeting you all virtually.


Kind regards,

Samantha Proteau

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