The occurrences of extreme weather conditions happening recently - massive floods, raging wildfires and prolonged drought - are signs of our declining planet that cannot be ignored. These climate change-related natural disasters not only cause hundreds of billions of dollars in losses, but simultaneously impact our abilities to produce sufficient food in the future. The international community will converge at two important events at the end of this year, for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)and the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP15). In anticipation of this year’s two largest environmental negotiation forums, the European Union Delegation to Malaysia and WWF are hosting the Road to Glasgow-Kunming: Combating Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss in Malaysia virtual conference on 15 October 2021 to inform the public about preparations being made for these events. The conference will have an interesting line-up of speakers, from the government to industry leaders, and key remarks from the Minister of Finance, Malaysia. Learn from experts about pertinent topics, such as carbon market potential and long-term strategy for climate action, as well as the synergy between biodiversity and climate targets. So come and join us for the Road to Glasgow-Kunming: Combating Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss in Malaysia conference. Click on the link or scan the QR code in the leaflet to register today! Scan the QR code to register. See you there! #ClimateAction #COP26 #COP15 #GreenerTogether
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