Exploring the trends in military emissions.
COP27 virtual panel discussion
One year on from the launch of militaryemissions.org, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has brought the climatic impact of conflicts into the spotlight. But data on this relationship is sparse and military emissions remain significantly underreported.
The Military Emissions Gap will be launching its annual update on the state of military greenhouse gas reporting to the UNFCCC. Join us as we explore the latest data on military emissions, analyse changes and discuss our recommendations for the year ahead.
In this panel discussion, we will also be introducing CEOBS’ Framework for Military Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting and discussing research led by Scientists for Global Responsibility that aims to provide a global estimate of military emissions, using an innovative methodology.
Time: 10-11am GMT
What militaries reported to the UNFCCC in 2020 – Linsey Cottrell, CEOBS.
Tracking military greenhouse gas emissions in war and peace – Doug Weir, CEOBS.
Researching the emissions gap – Dr Stuart Parkinson, Scientists for Global Responsibility.
Holding Governments accountable – In Chul Hwang, Green Korea United.
Moderated by Dr Benjamin Neimark, Queen Mary University of London.