Denmark at COP26
JOIN THE DANISH PAVILION AT COP26 IN THE BLUE NEGOTIATION ZONE. TAKING PLACE IN GLASGOW, SCOTLAND, UNITED KINGDOM FROM 1 TO 12 NOVEMBER 2021. DEADLINE FOR SIGNING UP: 9 JULY 2021
THE DANISH PLATFORM AT COP26 CLIMATE PARTNERSHIPS TOWARDS 2030
Denmark has set an ambitious climate target, and COP26 will be an opportunity to showcase Denmark’s international green leadership as well as the green solutions needed to reach these targets. Therefore, the partners behind the pavilion have, for the first time since 2009, agreed to build a shared Danish Pavilion in the Blue Zone at COP26. This includes an agreement to secure Blue Zone accreditation for Danish company representatives participating in a Danish shared Pavilion. COP26 ensures two Blue Zone passes for each company as an official partner of the Danish Pavilion (terms and conditions apply).
The purpose is to share the common message of public and private stakeholders working to reduce CO2 emissions, including Denmark’s 70% reduction of green house gases in 2030. This will be done through a 150 sqm shared Pavilion in the Blue Zone, as the platform is for side events, networking, informal meeting, receptions and bilateral meetings.
COP26 in Glasgow
COP26 is expected to be the most important COP since COP21 in Paris, as it will be the COP to do a ”global stocktake” five years after the Paris Agreement. Furthermore, the national climate goals (NDCs) will be evaluated and the ambition level will be discussed. COP26 will be hosted by the United Kingdom, which is an ambitious climate nation and an important export market for Danish companies and solution providers. COP26 is Danish stakeholders’ opportunity to influence the global climate agenda and to promote the solutions that we, in Denmark, can contribute with to create a green transition.
PARTNER PACKAGE AT THE DANISH COP26 PAVILION
- Significant exposure of your company at the shared Danish Pavilion, being the centre of the official Danish activities at COP26
- Two Blue Zone accreditations to the official UNFCCC negotiation zone
- Opportunity for you to organize one side event session at the Danish Pavilion (e.g. workshop/panel/presentation)
- Participation and speaker slots at shared activities and events coordinated by organizers
- Exposure at the shared reception at the Danish Pavilion
- Networking activities
- A fully manned area by the organizers throughout the entire COP26 period: 1-12 November 2021.
HIGH-LEVEL SEGMENT: Every year, there are selected days when Heads of State and Ministers for Energy and Climate participate. The dates are usually in week 2, Monday-Thursday.
VENUE: The negotiations will be held at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow. COP26 will be delivered across two sites - the Scottish Events Campus (SEC) (referred to as the Blue Zone) and the Glasgow Science Centre (known as the Green Zone).
AUDIENCE: The event will be attended by almost 40,000 participants from close to 200 countries all over the world, including heads of governments and ministers responsible for environment and climate issues.
DKK 65,000 excl. VAT
The price is based on a 150 sqm area with 10 participating companies and an already approved 75% funding by The Trade Council. The subsidy for raw space and construction in the Blue Zone is not public and is based on a price from previous years. If the above factors change, we might not be able to offer participation at the quoted price. If the price rises, your registration is not binding and you can choose to opt out. Each company may receive funding of max. DKK 75,000. To get funding from The Trade Council, you need to sign up with your Danish VAT number, and your Danish HQ will be invoiced.
Please register by clicking ‘SIGN UP’ and follow the link to the online registration form. Deadline for binding registration is Friday 9 July 2021. Please observe the COVID-19 status in this invitation and the General Terms and Conditions for participation in Export Promotion Events of the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) on the registration page.
We anticipate that COP26 will take place with limited COVID-19 restrictions, but we do not know for sure.
However, we encourage everyone, interested in being a part of the Danish Pavilion at COP26, to sign up as soon as possible.
Before we sign the contract with the organizers, we will reach out to all participants. If COVID-19 seems to affect the COP26 regarding physical participation, you can opt out of the binding registration. If you agree to move forward by then, the registration will be binding.
Several accommodation options are available within Glasgow and the surrounding area, including Edinburgh which is less than 50 miles from Glasgow and 48 minutes away by train.
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