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The United States is committed to working with global partners to increase climate ambition and ensure strong outcomes at COP27. Under President Biden, U.S. leadership has been and continues to be essential to combating the climate crisis, and we are mobilizing a whole-of-government approach to scale up action at home and abroad to put the world on a path to reach net-zero emissions by 2050. We can only tackle the climate crisis if we implement the plans we have developed and keep the commitments we have already made. Countries must endeavor to quickly implement their existing commitments and make the additional commitments needed to keep the 1.5 degrees Celsius goal within reach and ensure a safe and sustainable future for all.

U.S. Center at COP27

The U.S. Center is the location for showcasing U.S. climate leadership at COP27. The U.S. Center will feature dozens of events throughout the two weeks of COP27 and will feature a diversity of actors and actions that are working together to combat the climate crisis. Events will be livestreamed below and will be recorded.

Events at the U.S. Center

Learn more about the events at the U.S Center.

For information about upcoming livestreams or to view events from COP26, visit our YouTube page.

Connect with the U.S. Center

Follow us on Twitter at @US_Center and on YouTube at TheUSCenter.

For information about the U.S. Center, please contact: cop27pavilion@state.gov.

For media inquiries, please contact ClimateComms@state.gov.

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