Climate Change

May 1, 2023

1. Background

Japan and Brazil, as co-chairs, have hosted the informal meetings in Tokyo every year since 2002. The purpose of the meeting is to exchange candid but informal discussions among negotiators from various countries. The meeting is recognized as one of the major meetings on climate change, which introduces each year’s negotiations with looking back at results of the COP conference held at the end of the previous year.

2. Past Meetings

The Twenty first Informal Meeting on Further Actions against Climate Change (16 17, March 2023)
The Twentieth Informal Meeting on Further Actions against Climate Change (16-17, March 2022)
The Nineteenth Informal Meeting on Further Actions against Climate Change (10-11, March 2021)
The Sixteenth Informal Meeting on Further Actions against Climate Change (22-23, February 2018)
The Fifteenth Informal Meeting on Further Actions against Climate Change (March 9-10, 2017)
The Tenth Informal Meeting on ‘Further Actions against Climate Change’ (March 1-2, 2012)
The Ninth Informal Meeting on ‘Further Actions against Climate Change’ (March 3-4, 2011)
The Eighth Informal Meeting on ‘Further Actions against Climate Change’ (March 1-2, 2010)
The Seventh Informal Meeting on ‘Further Actions against Climate Change’ (February 12-13, 2009)
The Sixth Informal Meeting on ‘Further Actions against Climate Change’ (February 14-15, 2008)
The Fifth Informal Meeting on Further Actions against Climate Change (January 24-25, 2007)
The Fourth Informal Meeting on Further Actions against Climate Change (October 20-21, 2005)
The Third Informal Meeting on Further Actions against Climate Change (September 15-16, 2004)
The Informal Meeting on Further Actions against Climate Change (July 2-4, 2003)
The Seventeenth Informal Meeting on Further Actions against Climate Change (14-15, March 2019)
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