COP – Conference of the Parties. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
We dedicate this space to the most important aspects of the COP, Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which are generally carried out between November and December of each year. The organization of these is carried out by the UN and all the member countries participate in them.
We also highlight with relevance all the Climate Conferences promoted by the United Nations that take place throughout the year, based in different parts of the world and serve to prepare the topics that will be discussed annually in the COPs.
Between 5 and 16 June 1972, on the initiative of Sweden, the “First Earth Summit” was held, together with the UN, also known as the “United Nations Conference on the Human Environment”. At this meeting the “Declaration of Stockholm” was emitted, comparable with the Declaration of Human Rights, oriented towards the normalization of the relations of human beings with the environment.
Summary and conclusions of the Rio Summit, Second Earth Summit
The Rio Summit was held in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro, between June 3 and 14, 1992. The Second Earth Summit on Development and the Environment was organized by the UN. Its general secretary was Maurice Strong. It was attended by 178 countries, represented mostly by their heads of state, in addition to some 400 representatives of non-governmental organizations.