The 2019 UN climate change conference (COP25) will be held from 2 to 13 December in Madrid (Spain), under the incoming Presidency of the Government of Chile. The EU and its Member States will take part as Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
We are pleased to announce that the EU Pavilion in Madrid will host a broad set of side events to stimulate debate on key thematic areas by engaging observers and facilitating dialogue with party delegates and other participants.
We will respect the original date, time and room allocations, but we reserve the right to make modifications in case of force majeure, depending on any final logistical constraints we may face.
At this stage, no new applications are accepted.
We invite organisers of selected side events at the EU Pavilion who have not yet submitted their updated event details to re-submit using the form below . Please refer to your previously received application numbers. You will receive a new reference number to be used in further correspondence.
For organisers who already submitted final information, please simply send us an email (CLIMA-EU-SIDE-EVENTS@ec.europa.eu) confirming your availability for hosting the event in Madrid or your cancellation.
Be aware that all submitted information will become publicly available on this website in the coming weeks.
The deadline for this new submission / confirmation of availability is Tuesday 12 November. Failure to meet this deadline will result in the cancellation of your event .
The accreditation procedure for side event organisers and speakers is the same as for Santiago. If you already registered, you do not need to do anything more. If you did not, please hurry up.
Information on catering (at the organisers’ own cost) will only become available at a later stage.
For any further information: CLIMA-EU-SIDE-EVENTS@ec.europa.eu
The European Commission believes good policy discussions come from comprehensive perspectives. Debates that impact policy-making and the lives of citizens should acknowledge gender diversity. We therefore encourage you to seek gender balance in the organisation of your event.