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HELPING YOUR BUSINESS AT COP21

The 21st Conference of the Parties United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21)
December 2015 – Paris, France

About COP21

COP21 will bring over 40,000 people to France as the delegates seek to finalize negotiations to deliver an agreement for the post-2020 world that commits all countries to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and puts us on the path to keeping global warming below 2 degrees C through 2100. It will be an historic gathering and an unequaled opportunity for U.S. companies to showcase their sustainable development solutions and impact the future of the planet.

How the U.S. Commercial Service can help

The year-long lead-up to COP21 has already begun, be a part of it and showcase your sustainable solutions to the world!

The U.S. Commercial Service is working to ensure that U.S. companies are positioned to participate in COP21 and the many events that are taking form around it. If your company is interested in capitalizing on these opportunities, please contact us and let us help you find the best options for your participation, whether sharing best practices and knowledge with global experts, presenting solutions to assembled decision-makers, exhibiting in targeted trade events and expositions, or one of many other possibilities.

Featured side event:

The Gallery of Low Carbon Solutions
La Galerie is the official exhibition of low carbon solutions located next to COP21, in Le Bourget (close to Paris). The exhibition will feature a U.S. pavilion.

 Pavilion La Galerie COP21_June 2015

 

December 2-9

Le Bourget, Paris

 

 

Contact Information

U.S. Commercial Service France

Pamela Ward, Commercial Counselor
Pamela.Ward@trade.gov

Tel: +33-1-43-12-71-96

Rose-Marie Faria, Commercial Specialist
Rose-Marie.Faria@trade.gov

Tel: +33-1-43-12-71-49


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