World Climate Conference

The World Climate Conference is a series of international meetings organized by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), about global climate issues and global warming in addition to climate and climate change.


The First World Climate Conference was held on 12-23 February 1979 in Geneva and sponsored by the WMO . It was one of the first major international meetings on climate change. Essentially a scientific conference, it was attended by scientists from a wide range of disciplines. In addition to the main plenary sessions, the concept of climate change, climate change, and climate change. The Conference for the World Climate Program and the World Climate Research Program . It also led to the creation of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) by WMOUNEP in 1988.

The Second Climate Conference was held on 29 October to 7 November 1990, again in Geneva. It was an important step towards a global climate treaty and somewhat more political than the first conference. The main task of the conference was the WCP set up by the first conference. The IPCCfirst assessment report had been completed in this conference. The scientists and technology experts at the conference issued a strong statement highlighting the risk of climate change. The conference issued a Ministerial Declaration only after hard bargaining; the declaration of the observers because it did not offer a high level of commitment. Eventually, HOWEVER, Developments at the conference led to the establishment of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), qui of the Kyoto Protocol is a part, and to the establishment of the Global Climate Observing System (GCOS), a global observing system of systems for climate and climate-related observations.

World Climate Conference-3(WCC-3) was held in Geneva, Switzerland, 31 August – 4 September 2009. Its focus was on climate predictions and information for decision-making at the multi-decadal timescales. The goal is to create a global framework that will link scientific advances in these climate predictions and the needs of their users for decision-making to better cope with changing conditions. Key users of climate predictions include food producers, water managers, energy developers and managers, public health workers, national planners, tourism managers and others, as well as society at large. Participants in WCC-3 included these users, as well as climate and high-level policy makers. The Conference also aims at increasing commitment, and advancements in,

WCC-3 Achievements of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals and broader A climate goals, including the Hyogo Framework for Action on Disaster Risk Reduction. The Conference theme is comprehensive with the Bali Action Plan, especially the Nairobi Work Program. The results of WMO input to the 2009 UNFCC COP-15 meeting for climate mitigation in Copenhagen in the following December WCC-3.

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