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Climate action must not be delayed by global crises, UN talks told

Negotiators from almost 200 countries met in Germany Monday (6 June) for climate talks tasked with reigniting momentum on tackling global warming, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine overshadows the threat from rising emissions.

The conference will be a chance to test the resolve of nations facing a catalogue of crises, including escalating climate impacts, geopolitical tensions, bloodshed in Ukraine and the threat of a devastating global food crisis. Issuing a call for international unity to hold firm, outgoing UN climate change chief Patricia Espinosa told delegates it was “not acceptable to say that we are in challenging times. We must understand that climate change is moving exponentially and we can no longer afford to make just incremental progress".

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Connecting Days Europe 2022

Connecting Europe Days – formerly known as TEN-T Days – will bring together politicians, industry representatives and the European Commission to discuss transport and mobility, and their role in achieving the ambitious goals set out in the European Green Deal and the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy.

And as 2022 is the European Year of Youth, the Connecting Europe Days will have a specific focus on young voices and views. The event is being organised together with the French Presidency of the Council of the EU, in Lyon, France.

When? 28 - 30 June
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