COP27 - English version

COP27 –  27° United Nations Climate Change Conference

Cop 27 - The main objectives

Each Conference of the Parties explores some issues and sets some specific goals along the way to implement the 2015 Paris Agreement.
• Increase mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions, and adopt an ambitious work program with the goal of reducing global emissions by 2030.
• Strengthening adaptation to climate change, in particular making progress in negotiations on the global adaptation goal and support for adaptation and resilience.
• “Loss and Damage” – Continue progress in supporting emerging countries in addressing the worst damages resulting from the climate crisis, including increasingly adequate funding.
• Financing – Push for the $ 100 billion target set for 2020-2025 and set a new post - 2025 climate finance target


The Italian Pavilion - Italy promotes a broad confrontation between all the protagonists

Universities, research centers, civil society organizations, ventures, international organizations and local authorities: all the protagonists of climate policies will bring their contribution to the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change held in Egypt, in Sharm el Sheikh, from 6 to 18 November 2022.
The Italian Ministry of Ecological Transition, as already done in the past, provides a space for discussion and dialogue between a wide range of stakeholders engaged in implementing the Paris Agreement, which will last for the entire period of the works.

 The first week appointments:

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 Special Envoy for Climate Change


UNFCCC and Cop 27

27th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCC

27th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCC

Youth4Climate - Powering Action


 Previous Conferences of the Parties to the Climate Change Convention


      European Union position

Adopted in 2015 at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP 21), it entered into force on November 4th 2016. Today it has 186 parts. The objectives of the agreement are mitigation, (to limit the increase in the world average temperature below 2°C compared to pre-industrial levels and to continue the action aimed at limiting this increase to 1.5°C), and adaptation, (increase the parties' ability to adapt to the adverse effects of climate change and make financial flows consistent with a path leading to low greenhouse gas and climate resilient developmet).



Ultimo aggiornamento 11.11.2022