From 30 November – 12 December, COP28 will convene in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. World leaders, experts, organizations and the private sector meet to tackle the urgent threat of global climate change.
Together with our partners, UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre joins the efforts to prevent global temperatures from rising above 1.5C and protect our planet and people from the intensifying impacts of climate change.
Sino-Danish Clean and Renewable Heating Cooperation Centre
The Danish Energy Agency and the China Renewable Energy Engineering Institute, in partnership with UNEP Copenhagen Climate Center, have established a Sino-Danish Clean and Renewable Heating Center to share and inspire each other with best practices in energy mapping, heat planning, legislation, technical and real-life applications of clean and renewable heating.
The Copenhagen Centre’s Knowledge Management System (KMS) engages stakeholders in energy efficiency initiatives through knowledge sharing and outreach. The KMS provides users with access to selected information, reports, publications, and databases on energy efficiency. The KMS is a one-stop shop for energy efficiency that is linked to many other related initiatives.