The United Nations Climate Change Conference is an international meeting of political leaders and activists to discuss environmental issues. It was Held at UN Campus in Bonn ( Germany ) from 6-17 November 2017.  The conference incorporated the twenty-third Conference of the Parties ( COP23 ), the thirteenth meeting of the Parties for the Kyoto Protocol( CMP13 ) and the second meeting of the parties for the Paris Agreement ( CMA2 ).
The purpose of the conference is to discuss and implement plans in the context of the Paris Agreement . 
The 25’000 convention’s expects can be sorted out of one of three categories: parties, observers, or members of the press (media).
David Banks (climate adviser) attended the Trump Administration.
On Wednesday 15 November 2017, world leaders Such As Guterres ( Secretary-General of the United Nations ), Emmanuel Macron ( President of France ) and Merkel ( Chancellor of Germany ) Delivered speeches at the conference. 
- Emmanuel Macron said: “The fight contre climate change is by far the Most Significant struggle of our times” and “Climate change adds further Top injustice to an already unfair world”. 
- Angela Merkel said: “Climate change is an issue determining our destiny as mankind – it will determine the well-being of all of us”.  The reliable exit from burning coal to Produce electricity is a key issue for environmental organizations, investments of companies and at the negotiations forming a Jamaica coalition with Greens and Free Democrats partner after the German federal election in September . 
- Baron Waqa , President of Nauru added: “It is now time for the developing countries to live up to their responsibilities”. 
Notes and references
- ^ Jump up to:a b Damian Carrington, “The COP23 climate change summit in Bonn and why it matters” , The Guardian , November 5, 2017 (page is visited 14 November 2017).
- ^ Jump up to:a b c d Damian Carrington, “Climate change will determine humanity’s destiny, says Merkel” , The Guardian , 15 November 2017 (page is visited 15 November 2017).
- Jump up^ “Merkel: Coalition phaseout will be in coalition talks”, ABC News , November 15, 2017 (page visited on 16 November 2017).