COP15- Public Action Zone


09 - 14 Dec 2022

Grand Quay of the Port of Montreal
December 9 to 14, 2022

Grand Quai du Port de Montréal
9 au 14 décembre 2022

Public Action Zone

COP 15

Zone d'action publique

Réseau Environnement announced today that it will be in charge of the organization the 15th Conference of the Parties (COP15) Public area at the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), which will be held in Montreal from December 7 to 19, 2022. During this international meeting, Réseau Environnement will host a six-day-event on biodiversity for the general public.

As an association with members specialized in a wide variety of environmental sectors, we are pleased to be associated with this international event and are moved by the idea of promoting Quebec and Canadian knowledge and know-how in this area.

The COP15 Public area, hosted by Réseau Environnement, will take place from December 9 to 14, 2022, at the Grand Quay of the Port of Montreal. With the financial support of Environment and Climate Change Canada, various activities, and conferences accessible to the general public will highlight the different fields of biodiversity, allowing the public and all interested organizations, to learn more about the solutions available to encourage the protection of nature and to give ourselves the means to put a halt to the loss of biodiversity on a planetary scale. A scientific component will be integrated into the program, as well as a family component; especially during the weekend (December 10 and 11, 2022).


before the event


December 9 to 14, 2022

Grand Quay of the Port of Montreal
200 R. de la Commune O
Montréal, QC H2Y 4B2


For any information request, please contact the COP15 Public Action Zone team

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for their financial support


Jean-Nicolas Côté

Monsieur Côté détient un baccalauréat en pharmacie, une maîtrise en environnement et poursuit des études en géomatiques appliquées afin de mieux modéliser la vulnérabilité aux changements climatiques.