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Gleneagles Dialogue
Third meeting of the Energy and Environment Ministers

The energy and environment ministers from the 20 major energy-consuming countries met from 9 to 11 September 2007 in Berlin for the third "Gleneagles Dialogue". The G8 Summit in Gleneagles 2005 had initiated the dialogue on "climate change, clean energy and sustainable development". The talks focused on the strategic challenge of achieving the transformation of our energy systems which climate change makes necessary. The Dialogue aims to support progress in the UN climate negotiations.

Taking part in the Gleneagles Dialogue are the energy and environment ministers from the G8 states including the EU Commission, along with China, India, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, Indonesia, Nigeria, Poland, Spain and South Korea. The Multilateral Development Banks, the International Energy Agency and the UN Climate Change Secretariat were also invited.

The Gleneagles Dialogue was launched in London in November 2005. The second ministerial meeting took place from 2-4 October 2006 in Monterrey/Mexico. In September 2007 the agenda included the dissemination of climate-friendly technologies, investments in climate protection and the political framework conditions they require. Following the meeting in Berlin, another conference will be held in Japan in spring 2008. The results of the Gleneagles Dialogue will be reported at the 2008 G8 Summit under the Japanese presidency.

Further information:

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26.02.2014 Press release Germany, France and Poland agree to strengthen cooperation on climate policy
23.02.2014 Press release Parliamentary State Secretary for the Environment Schwarzelühr-Sutter promotes climate protection and the Energiewende in Japan
German-Japanese cooperation to be expanded
20.02.2014 press release Meeting of Ministers of Environment of the Federal Republic of Germany, the French Republic and the Republic of Poland in Berlin
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13.02.2014 press release German government supports global fight against poaching of endangered species
06.02.2014 press release Environment State Secretary Jochen Flasbarth canvasses for climate action in the US, India, China and Russia
"Get important GHG emitters on board"
05.02.2014 press release Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands enhance protection of the Wadden Sea
29.01.2014 press release German Environment Ministry supports Forest Conservation Projects in Indonesia
20.01.2014 press release Federal Environment Ministry contributes to start-up finance for Green Climate Fund
04.12.2013 press release Better protection for the African elephant
04.12.2013 Background paper Information on the international African Elephant Summit
23.11.2013 press release Climate Change Conference in Warsaw concluded
German Environment Minister Altmaier presses for additional efforts
22.11.2013 Background paper Background paper on international climate finance
20.11.2013 press release Germany increases support for forest protection
10.10.2013 New environmental convention to limit mercury emissions worldwide
27.09.2013 Press release IPCC submits report on climate change
Altmaier calls for decisive action - Wanka: climate research will remain a priority
06.09.2013 New international child care centre opens near UN campus in Bonn
29.07.2013 Federal Environment Minister Altmaier welcomes agreement between Germany and China on the import of solar panels
"Expansion of renewable energy sources to benefit all parties"
02.07.2013 Parliamentary State Secretary Ursula Heinen-Esser welcomes climate protection fellows to the Federal Environment Ministry
20.06.2013 German Environment Ministry supports Forest Conservation Project in Peru
12.06.2013 press release New direction in energy policy worldwide: renewable energy trend continues
Renewable energy covers almost 20 percent of final energy demand worldwide
01.06.2013 Representatives from ten pioneering countries establish Renewables Club
29.05.2013 Federal Environment Ministry supports population of St. Lucia with insurance against extreme weather damage
10.05.2013 German government supports world’s largest solar power plant
Support for solar electricity production and climate action in Morocco
07.05.2013 Successful conclusion to fourth Petersberg Climate Dialogue
07.05.2013 Conclusions Petersberg Climate Dialogue IV: Documents
18.04.2013 Launch of a Programme to adapt to the impacts of climate change in Grenada
06.03.2013 Altmaier: Improved Polish-German cooperation on climate and energy
16. Polish-German Environment Council
24.01.2013 Germany and China strengthen environmental cooperation
21.01.2013 International community adopts worldwide Mercury Convention
15.01.2013 Press Statement Opening of 5th German-Japanese Environment Forum
14.01.2013 Expansion of renewable energies: international meeting of energy ministers and heads of government
Federal Environment Minister Peter Altmaier and Gudrun Kopp, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, in Abu Dhabi
08.12.2012 Climate summit in Doha has opened the door to the future
01.09.2008 Conference Gleneagles Dialogue Conclusions of the Chair of former ministerial conference
11.09.2007 Speech Rede von Ricardo Lagos, President of the Club of Madrid, UN Special Envoy for Climate Change and Co-Chair of Global Leadership for Climate Action (GLCA) zum Gleneagles-Dialog - 3. Ministerkonferenz (in englischer Sprache)
11.09.2007 Press Release Entering final leg in run-up to UN Climate Change Conference in Bali
Gabriel: Clear course is required for a new climate agreement
Wöhrl: Investment security needs to be created for companies
11.09.2007 Presentation/Workshop Framework for a New Global Agreement on Climate Change Presentation by Präsident Ricardo Lagos
Presentation by Präsident Ricardo Lagos
10.09.2007 Press Release Gabriel and Glos: We must mobilise technologies and investments for climate protection
Energy and environment ministers from 20 countries meet in Berlin to discuss the climate-friendly transformation of energy systems
Report Gleneagles-Dialogue on Climate Change, Clean Energy and Sustainable Development Chairs’ Conclusions
Gleneagles-Dialogue on Climate Change, Clean Energy and Sustainable Development
3rd Ministerial Meeting, Berlin, 9-11 September 2007
Speech Rede von Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland zum Gleneagles-Dialog - 3. Ministerkonferenz (in englischer Sprache)
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