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Accreditation for UNFCCC Climate Change Conference

Lund University has observer status to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which means that Lund University can send a delegation of Lund University researchers and students to attend the yearly UN climate change conferences and other meetings and negotiations under the UNFCCC. Below, you find more information about the UNFCCC and how to apply for accreditation.

Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB60)

The Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB60) will be held 3-13 June.

Application for accreditation with the Lund University delegation to SB60 is open. 

Send your application to stina [dot] lundkvist [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se (stina[dot]lundkvist[at]cec[dot]lu[dot]se)  Deadline 2 May. 

Accreditation process

Accreditation access UN Climate Change Conference Nov/Dec 2023 (COP 28)

Delegates have access to:


The Sustainability Forum handles the nomination process for the Lund University delegation.

The process of being nominated to the Lund University delegation for SB60 is open, with deadline 2 May.

For questions please contact Stina Lundkvist
stina [dot] lundkvist [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se (stina[dot]lundkvist[at]cec[dot]lu[dot]se)

Ways of participating

  • As a Lund University delegate at the Bonn Climate Change Conference. 
    Next session: 3-13 June 2024 (also called SB 60). (deadline 2 May, 2024)
  • As a Lund University delegate at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP). 
    Next session: November 11-22, 2024 (COP 29) in Baku, Abseron, Azerbaijan.
  • If you do not have accreditation to the blue zone, you can attend events at the green zone.

About the UNFCCC

  • The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was established in 1992 and almost all countries have ratified the convention.
  • Each year, usually around November/December, the annual UN Climate Change Conference takes place. The conference is a platform for a range of meetings and negotiations, including the Conference of the Parties (COP). The UN Climate Change Conference is often called “COP” followed by the number of negotiations that have taken place. In 2023, the Parties to the UNFCCC will meet for the 28th time – COP 28.
  • The UN Climate Change Conference is held in different regions of the world according to a rotating schedule. In 2023, the United Arab Emirates hosts the conference.
  • Each year, usually around May/June, there are also inter-sessional negotiations held in Bonn, Germany - the Bonn Climate Change Conference.

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