A platform for addressing key climate change topics facing Qatar and the world.
The inaugural Qatar Climate Change Conference aimed to address key climate change topics of national importance to Qatar, bringing together high-level representatives from the public and private sector. The gathering supported Qatar’s ongoing contributions to global conversations around climate change policy and action.
Hosted in Education City on 13 September 2021, the conference was organized by Qatar Foundation with support from the Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Attiyah International Foundation for Energy & Sustainable Development (Strategic Partner) and ExxonMobil (Gold Sponsor).
The conference comes at a critical time, opening broad discussions about how Qatar can continue pursuing economic development and sustainability goals, ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP 26) in Glasgow.
The first session begins with an overarching discussion of Qatar’s intended policies, plans, and actions for climate change, with perspectives from national and international leaders. The session will gather insights from policymakers and advisors, helping inform Qatar’s future climate change strategies.
This session will be led by the leading state and non-state climate change actors in Qatar, discussing ongoing plans, initiatives, and research insights related to monitoring, reducing, and offsetting greenhouse gas emissions to mitigate climate change.
This session will provide an introduction to carbon markets and pricing in relation to Qatar. The session will hear perspectives from public and private sector representatives, and discuss how a market-driven instrument can effectively support future interventions on climate change.
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