Paris UN Climate Change Conference


The UN's Climate Change Convention is underway in Paris.

The Conference of Parties, or #COP21 as its known, is hosting 190 countries as they come together to negotiate climate change policies. The World Farmers' Organisation is co-ordinating Farming Day, on Wednesday December 2, where farming groups, researchers, civil society and other advocates will share perspectives on climate change and agriculture.

NFU President Meurig Raymond will be speaking in Paris on Friday at a COPA/FNSEA (French farmers' association) event on agriculture and climate change, attended by the presidents of all the UK farming unions

The NFU will also be revealing the findings of its weather survey here on this web page.

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