Copenhagen Climate Change Conference 2009

Thursday, October 1, 2009 |

Come 2012, the Kyoto Protocol that was once submitted to prevent climate changes and global warming will cease to effect. Keeping the process of taking action to prevent climate change, world leaders and organizations again decide to meet for the last time on the government level at the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference 2009.

Therefore the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen is essential for the worlds climate. The Danish government and UNFCCC is doing all they could to make the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference 2009 a success ending up with a Copenhagen Protocol to prevent global warming and climate changes.

The Climate Conference will take place in the Bella Center. The conference centre is placed not far from Copenhagen and near the Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup.

170 Governmental representatives from all around the world are expected to be in Copenhagen in the days of the conference accompanied by other governmental representatives, NGO's, journalists and others. A total of 8000 people are expected to attend.

The Climate Conference in Copenhagen is organized in cooperation between the Ministry of Climate and Energy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Ministry of Finance and the Prime Minister's Office.