14th Petersberg Climate Dialogue 2023
Germany is one of the largest providers of multilateral climate finance, © Auswärtiges Amt
At the 14th Petersberg Climate Dialogue, high-ranking representatives from several dozen countries discussed how to solve the global climate crisis. The central goal of the talks was to strengthen trust both in multilateral climate negotiations and between states.
On May 2nd and 3rd, ministers from over 40 countries gathered in Berlin for the Petersberg Climate Dialogue, hosted by Germany and the United Arab Emirates - the incoming COP presidency.
Germany's goal for the next World Climate Conference is to create a “roadmap for transformation” with concrete solutions to maintain the planetary threshold of 1.5°C. These solutions were discussed at the PCD.
Every tenth of a degree counts towards reducing storms, floods, and droughts! That's why we need a global goal for expanding renewable energy and energy efficiency, along with effective financing mechanisms.