DFAT is pleased to invite you to join Australia’s Ambassador for the Environment, Jamie Isbister, and members of Australia’s UNFCCC delegation for a readout of Glasgow outcomes and key elements of the year ahead.
Submissions are a very important element of sharing information, building understanding and advancing UNFCCC work inter-sessionally in an open, transparent and inclusive manner.
DFAT recently made submissions to the UNFCCC on behalf of Australia:
We also joined with United States, Japan and Canada to make a joint ACE submission:
We encourage you to view other’s submissions, we also welcome any feedback on our submissions.
Australia’s Ambassador for the Environment and Head of COP26 Delegation would like to extend the opportunity for all stakeholders to attend his next briefing session live from Glasgow. Held under Chatham House Rules, this is one of a series of sessions which have been designed to constructively build awareness and understanding of Australia’s negotiating position and brief on what is happening on-the-ground at COP26. To allow for an open discussion, recordings of the sessions will not be made available after the event. Please note that any media enquiries ‘on the record’ must be directed to DFAT’s media team. Sessions will be held using the Webex Platform.
Live From Glasgow – Second Week
Date: Thursday, 11 November 2021
Time: 5:00pm – 5:45 pm (Canberra Time) | 6:00am – 6:45am (Glasgow time)
Event number: 2654 413 8448
If you have a question or topic you would like us to address during the event, please ask it in advance on Slido.
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The British High Commission (BHC) in Australia will be holding a series of public COP26 webinars from 4th-12th November.
Please see the attached programme for details. For updates, please monitor the BHC's social media channels.
With almost 500 registered stakeholders many have requested that we create more user-led opportunities for stakeholder-to-stakeholder engagement. If you would like to make yourself and your interest areas known to the others in the group, we can publish this information here on the Hub so that others can reach out to you. To participate update your details here.
DFAT is currently exploring options to maximise stakeholder engagement in COP26, including the possibility of providing delegation briefings virtually from Glasgow. The UK has also indicated that all official side events will be held virtually. Plans for COP26 remain fluid and the possibility of international travel for stakeholder attendance remains unclear.
Set out below are links to access relevant guidance on travel: