Cairo traffic is an issue that impacts at least 18 million people every day and is estimated to cost Egypt at least 4 percent of its GDP each year. It has massive and far-reaching effects on not only the daily lives and health of the city’s residents, but also on the environment.

The 21st Cairo Climate Talks and Forum France-Egypt “Ecosystems at Risk: Safeguarding Egypt’s Biodiversity” brought together experts from Egypt, Germany and France to highlight the ecological and economic importance of preserving our rich natural heritage, both in Egypt and abroad.

The 20th Cairo Climate Talks brought together experts, government officials, and other stakeholders from Germany and Egypt to discuss crucial and often contentious negotiations to reach a global agreement on climate change.
“From Warsaw to Paris: Negotiating Global Climate Change” opened a critical discussion on the failures and successes of the last United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of the Parties (COP 19) in Warsaw, Poland in 2013, and the goals for an international agreement at the upcoming talks in Paris (COP 21) in 2015.