TRACKING INFLUENCERS IN OCTOBER 2021

BCW Brussels:  Tom Denney has been promoted to director and head of technology policy. Bethléem Dubois and Ekaterina Iarkova have been promoted to account directors, Mateusz Rachubka and Josephine Dufour have been promoted to account managers, and Ashlee Jeoung and Rebeca Francklin to senior account executives.

COP 26 AND THE EUROPEAN UNION

The 27 members of the European Union meet in private to agree on common negotiating positions. The Party that holds the EU Presidency then speaks for the European Union and its 27 member states. The European Union itself is a Party to the Convention. However, it does not have a separate vote from its members.

The European Union will aim to convince other countries to raise their climate ambition at the COP26. With its Climate Law agreed earlier this year, and concrete plans to cut emissions 55% by 2030, the EU will go to COP26 with the status of global leader on climate change.

COP 26 AND THE BASIC GROUP

Members

  1. Brazil
  2. South Africa
  3. China
  4. India

COP 26 AND INDEPENDENT ALLIANCE OF LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN (AILAC)

Members

  1. Chile
  2. Colombia
  3. Costa Rica
  4. Guatemala
  5. Honduras
  6. Panama
  7. Paraguay
  8. Peru

COP 26 AND AFRICAN GROUP OF NEGOTIATORS (AGN)

The African Group is active in and supportive to all aspects of the climate change negotiating process, for instance regarding vulnerability, mitigation and adaptation to climate change.
 

Members

COP 26 AND THE ARAB GROUP

  1. Algeria
  2. Bahrain
  3. Comoros
  4. Djibouti
  5. Egypt
  6. Iraq
  7. Jordan
  8. Kuwait
  9. Lebanon
  10. Libya
  11. Morocco
  12. Mauritania
  13. Oman
  14. Palestine
  15. Qatar
  16. Saudi Arabia
  17. Somalia
  18. Sudan
  19. Syria
  20. Tunisia
  21. United Arab Emirates
  22. Yemen

COP 26 AND G77 + CHINA

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Algeria
  3. Angola
  4. Antigua & Barbuda
  5. Argentina
  6. Bahamas
  7. Bahrain
  8. Bangladesh
  9. Barbados
  10. Belize
  11. Benin
  12. Bhutan
  13. Bolivia
  14. Bosnia & Herzegovina
  15. Botswana
  16. Brazil
  17. Brunei
  18. Burkina Faso
  19. Burundi
  20. Cambodia
  21. Cameroon
  22. Cape Verde
  23. Central African
  24. China
  25. Republic Colombia
  26. Comoros
  27. Congo- Brazaville
  28. Congo-Kinshasa
  29. Costa Rica
  30. Cuba

COP 26 AND THE UMBRELLA GROUP

The Umbrella Group is a loose coalition of non-EU developed countries which includes:

  1. Australia
  2. Belarus
  3. Canada
  4. Iceland
  5. Israel
  6. Japan
  7. Kazakhstan
  8. New Zealand
  9. Norway
  10. Russian Federation
  11. Ukraine
  12. USA

COP 26 AND LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES (LDCs)

The Least Developed Countries (LDCs) have become increasingly active in the climate change process, often working together to defend their particular interests, for example with regard to vulnerability and adaptation to climate change

Least Developed Countries (LDCs)

COP 26 AND SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES (SIDS)

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