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The United States is committed to working with global partners to increase climate ambition and ensure strong outcomes at COP28.  Under President Biden, U.S. leadership has been and continues to be essential to combating the climate crisis. We are mobilizing a whole-of-government and whole-of-society approach to scale up action at home and abroad to put the world on a path to reach net-zero emissions by 2050.  In order to avoid the worst impacts of the climate crisis, countries must implement their existing commitments expeditiously, and make the additional commitments needed to keep the 1.5 degrees Celsius goal within reach and ensure a safe and sustainable future for all. 

U.S. Center at COP28

The U.S. Center is the location for showcasing U.S. climate leadership at COP28. The U.S. Center will feature dozens of events throughout the two weeks of COP28 and will feature a diversity of sectors, issue areas, perspectives, and experiences that are informing global action and the implementation of climate solutions.  Events will be livestreamed and recorded. 

Events at the U.S. Center

The climate crisis is a challenging intersectional issue, and the events at the U.S. Center will reflect how many sectors and societal issues converge.  You can expect stakeholders and attendees to be engaged in robust discussions about a range of themes that will often coincide with COP28’s thematic days.  We hope you will join us for engaging panels, talks, and exhibits. 

To view events from COP28, visit our YouTube page

Connect with the U.S. Center

Follow us on Twitter at @US_Center and on YouTube at TheUSCenter.

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