Negotiating Our Future: International Climate Negotiations

Thursday, March 11, 2021 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST

UWaterloo's Climate Students present "Negotiating Our Future: International Climate Negotiations" a virtual event on March 11, from 5:30-8:30pm EST.

This is a smaller interactive event with limited registration, so please RSVP in advance. This event will be hosted on Zoom and is open to all UWaterloo undergraduate and graduate students.


International flags

The goal of this event is to develop introductory skills to international climate negotiations in multilateral fora and provide an opportunity for participants to simulate countries from around the world to set their greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. Keeping your country’s interests at heart, can you work together to cut down your emissions and keep global warming below 2ºC? 

We are excited to have Climatable facilitating our event.

Climatable is a not-for-profit based out of Montreal focused on involving Canadians in climate action. Climatable trains Canadians to become active participants in solving the climate crisis through workshops, forums, and conferences and works with individuals and communities in developing knowledge and solutions surrounding climate change. Their knowledge, experience and expertise with simulation technology developed by MIT will help participants visualize the long-term climate impacts of actions that reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Register for "Negotiating our Future: International Climate Negotiations". 

Please contact the Climate Students if you have any questions about the event.