United Nations Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB60)

From 3 to 13 June 2024, the Subsidiary Bodies of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC SB60) will meet in Bonn. These negotiations are of great importance for the preparation of COP29, which will take place in Azerbaijan in November 2024.

At the Cabot Institute for the Environment, we contribute interdisciplinary climate change research that helps inform coordinated climate action and resolve key issues related to the UNFCCC, the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement.

We are attending the Bonn Climate Change Conference to play an active part in helping the world to deliver a low-carbon, just and resilient world.

We will be holding a side panel event in collaboration with the Green Africa Youth Organization (GAYO) called ‘Building inclusive urban climate resilience - the role of young people in leading the change’. Dr Alix Dietzel is leading this event on Wednesday 5 June, 11:45 am to 1 pm in Room Berlin. 


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Bristol academics attending the conference

We have three academics representing the University of Bristol at the Bonn Climate Change Conference. They are:

Dr Alix Dietzel, climate justice, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies and Associate Director for the Cabot Institute for the Environment for Impact.

Dr Katharina Richter, degrowth, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies

Dr Alice Venn, climate law and policy, Bristol School of Law

Bonn Climate Change Conference lead at the University of Bristol

Dr Alix Dietzel, alix.dietzel@bristol.ac.uk, Cabot Institute for the Environment Associate Director for Impact.

You can also contact Cabot Institute Manager Sophie Ross-Smith at cabot-manager@bristol.ac.uk.

Did you know...

...we contribute to climate policymaking at a global and local level. Find out more about our contributions to the international Panel on Climate Change reports and how we work with local government to effect positive change to the city of Bristol.

Information for University of Bristol staff

If you are a member of the university, you can access and follow our Sharepoint site to stay up to date with what's happening internally around UNFCCC events.

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