The Challenge: Combating Global Warming with Waste Sector Actions


The German Environment Agency will host an experience exchange session on waste with the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) Waste Hub from 29 to 30 September 2021. This hybrid event will take place in Berlin at the B-Part am Gleisdreieck. An international audience is invited to participate online. Participation is free of charge, only registration is requested. 

During the morning of 29 September, the conference will focus on Jordan, a CCAC country partner, and its experiences and needs in waste management/circular economy to contribute to achieving goals under the CCAC and Paris Agreement. That afternoon, from 14:00-19:00 CEST /10:00 -15:00 EDT (UTC-4), a Latin and Central America Forum will address policymakers and public and private sector actors in the region.

On Thursday, 30 September from 09:30-13:30 CEST / 10:30-14:30 EAT + EEST (UTC+3), a Sub-Sahara Africa Forum will involve policymakers and actors from the public and private sectors in the region. In the afternoon, the conference will discuss how can we raise NDC ambitions with waste sector activities at the local level and which proposals, approaches, and support for your country, organization, or city would be most beneficial.


You are kindly requested to register in advance for this conference! Please kindly use the following link to register:

The registration language can be changed on the bottom of Zoom‘s registration pop-up field (lower right button on dark background). When registering please inform about your organization’s address and your attendance days by replying to the last question with either Wed, Thur or both days.

After registering you will receive a confirmation email referring to the conference start. The link provided for launching the meeting can be used to join the conference duration (29.+30.9) at any time.


Please note for the hybrid conference "The Challenge: Combating Global Warming with Waste Sector Actions":
(1) With your registration you declared that you have received and read the information on the processing of your personal data in accordance with Articles 13 and 14 of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For information please refer to the pdf „Data Protection Rules“ available at

(2) Part of the event might be recorded for documentation and made available publicly after the conference. Immediately before recording, we indicate the beginning of the recording. As a participant, you are not visible and cannot be heard. In the case of recordings, communication of participants with the panel is restricted to the chat.

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