Simulation game on the UN Climate Change Conference, COP 26, Glasgow 2021
Climate Science & Climate Policy – “On the road to International Agreements – The Work of the United Nations”
First, the preliminary negotiations are simulated via an online platform. The participants develop the draft resolution online, which forms the basis for the subsequent negotiations at the video summit. To do this, they have to submit wording suggestions, convince partners and opponents and find support for their positions. The process is headed by the UN group, which ultimately draws up the final draft resolution. The platform will continue to be used during the face-to-face negotiations, which take place via a video portal (e.g. zoom), and will support the delegations in the negotiations. The aim is to implement the framework agreement of the Paris Agreement. In addition, negotiations are still underway to improve the emissions targets that have been set, the design of climate finance, the possible use of technical innovations in the fight against climate change or the handling of losses and damages.
Lecturer: Klaus Schneider, planpolitik
Planpolitik is a company, that offers simulation games for various political scenarios with and for universities and many other educational and governmental institutions and organisatios.
Impressions of the simulation experience you can check HERE
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