The debate on the Paris Agreement is hot and crucial topic based on the most recent data showing that the climate change situation is getting worse and its consequences affect all people around the world; be it extremely high temperatures, air pollution, fires, floods, or droughts. The UN Conference on Climate Change 2019 in Madrid - COP25 only enabled all countries of the world to consider closer cooperation in the near future.
Are the objectives of the Paris Agreement feasible? Has inter-state cooperation intensified after the conferences in New York and Madrid? Is this agreement a priority for the Czech Republic?
Richard Brabec, Minister, Ministry of the Environment
Miroslav Bárta, Director, Czech Institute of Egyptology
Petr Pokorný, Biologist and Paleoecologist, Center for Theoretical Studies, Charles University
Zuzana Harmáčková, Global Change Research Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences
This event is by invitation only.
The working language is Czech.