Communicating and reporting on adaptation priorities

4th Workshop under the Glasgow-Sharm el-Sheikh Work Programme on the Global Goal on Adaptation 5 November
Communicating and reporting on adaptation priorities

The workshop is organized pursuant to decision 7/CMA.3, by which the Parties to the Paris Agreement (CMA) agreed on the modalities and procedures of the work programme and decided that eight workshops would be conducted during 2022 and 2023. The theme of the fourth workshop is “Communicating and reporting on adaptation priorities” and will feature expert presentations on key topics, and breakout groups for discussion. Further information will be available in a concept note which will be published prior to the workshop.

Being held in conjunction with COP 27, CMP 17 and CMA 4, the fourth workshop under the Glasgow–Sharm el-Sheikh work programme will be open to all registered participants of the session. Participants who are unable to join in-person can do so virtually.
To ensure access to the conference venue prior to the official opening of the session, we would kindly ask you to nominate participant(s) by completing the online registration form before 3 November 2022. For those who wish to follow the workshop without active participation, it will be available on public webcast.

Further information, as well as the provisional agenda, will be available on the webpage of the Glasgow–Sharm el-Sheikh work programme on the global goal on adaptation.

In order to provide a safe and healthy environment for all conference participants and the local population, the secretariat and the Government of Egypt strongly recommend that all participants are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to attending the conference.

Information on preparations and logistical arrangements can be found on the host country’s COP 27 website and on the UNFCCC information for COP 27 participants web page. The pages will be updated regularly as information becomes available. Any additional information, including on COVID19 related security measures and other key information for participants, will be communicated and posted on the UNFCCC website as necessary.

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