The twenty-third session of the Conference of the Parties (COP23) was held in Bonn, Germany from 6-17 November 2017. The conference was convened under the Presidency of Fiji.
Key IEA Events
As the world’s leading provider of solutions, analysis, and data for the gloabl energy transition, the IEA organised a number of key events at COP23 to share its latest analysis.
In total, the IEA hosted 13 events, with IEA experts speaking in dozens of other forums. Details of these events, including agenda and presentations, are available here.
Climate change publications
IEA publishes extensively on energy and climate change issues. Explore key climate-related findings from the World Energy Outlook series, Energy Technology Perspectives 2017, market reports on Energy Efficiency and Renewables, as well as CO2 statistics and more.
The IEA has attended COPs since the first meeting (COP1) in Berlin in order to provide expert advice and support on all facets of energy policy. Explore our past pages below:
Our work on Climate change
Climate-Energy Policies for Low-Carbon Transitions
Countries around the world are embarking on transitions to sustainable energy systems. Given the complexity of these transitions, no single policy can hope to be a silver bullet; comprehensive and integrated policy packages are needed.
Tracking Transition of the Energy Sector
Energy systems are undergoing substantial changes. Tracking the progress of clean energy is essential to achieve sustainable, secure and affordable energy and to assess collective progress towards long-term goals.
Energy Transitions in Emerging Economies
A complete understanding of energy markets requires appreciating the views of all important players – their concerns, the challenges they face and the solutions they are considering. The IEA works to build good working relationships with countries beyond its membership.
IEA and the UNFCCC
The IEA promotes international collective action on climate change by supporting the UNFCCC and countries with solutions, analysis, and data for the global energy transition.
Policies and Measures Database (PAMS)
Explore this database containing country-validated information on climate change policies and measures from around the world
Future Scenarios for Climate Change
Access our latest modelling and analysis to gain insight into potential future scenarios for energy and climate change globally.
World Energy Outlook 2017
Scenarios and projections to 2040, including the new Sustainable Development Scenario
Energy Technology Perspectives 2017
Opportunities and challenges of scaling and accelerating the deployment of clean energy technologies
CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion 2017
CO₂ emissions for 150 countries and regions by sector and by fuel
Market Report Series: Energy Efficiency 2017
Global tracker examining the trends, indicators, impacts and drivers
Market Report Series: Renewables 2017
Detailed market analysis and overview of renewable electricity, biofuels and heat
Energy, Climate Change and Environment 2016 Insights
Key sectors, technologies, and policy measures central to the low-carbon transition
- IEA hosts joint data meeting with experts from IPCC
15 December 2017
- COP23: An important step towards Paris Agreement implementation
27 November 2017
- IEA launches the Clean Energy Transitions Programme to support clean-energy development
7 November 2017
Events & workshops
Implementing real-world low-carbon policy packages in the energy sector: understanding the challenges
OECD Conference Centre, 2 rue André Pascal, 75016 Paris, France