We understand that climate change is one of the biggest global challenges, and something that must be tackled at national and international levels.
The annual Qatar National Dialogue on Climate Change (QNDCC), led by Earthna addresses Qatar's response to climate challenges by providing a platform for high-level discussion between representatives from the leading climate change actors in Qatar's public and private sectors.
In particular, QNDCC considers the importance of finance, mitigations and adaptation solutions, intergovernmental coordination and measurement, and reporting and verification.
The solutions and insights on Qatar's future climate action pathways gathered at QNDCC, inform the country’s collective climate change actions prior to the annual UN Climate Change Conference of Parties each year.
In partnership with the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, and Al Attiyah Foundation, Earthna hosted the “Qatar National Dialogue on Climate Change 2022” on 19 and 20 September 2022, in Education City Qatar.
The presentations and discussions held at the event covered climate finance, intergovernmental collaboration, mitigations and adaptations, as well as the ongoing efforts for climate measurement, reporting and verifications (MRV).
The event was opened by H.E. Sheikh Dr Faleh bin Nasser bin Ahmed bin Ali Al Thani, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, and was attended by other major national stakeholders, academia and global presenters who attended virtually.