The Federal Government of Cancun has decided to create the Climate Change Village, a space to promote dialogue related to environmental issues amongst non-governmental organizations, the private sector and civil society.
The Climate Change Village will offer to the public free of charge and can be found at:
Blvd. Luis Donaldo Colosio, Km. 7.5 Carretera Cancún – Chetumal, Cancún
11 am – 7:30 pm and cultural events starting 8 pm
•Thematic exhibitions on the subject of climate change, including “La Neta del Planeta” from the Papalote Children´s Museum, which includes an explanation to what climate change means, its origins and what everyone can do in order to take action.
•Willy Sousa´s exhibition “Mexico en tus Sentidos”, which has had enormous success showcasing images and videos on Mexican identity.
•Clean energy exhibitions from businesses as well as sponsors concerned with the environment.
•Artistic and cultural events as well as concerts that will be held every night at the music festival “Singing for the Planet”.
Non-governmental organizations will have a space for debates as they discuss their projects related to climate change issues, and the COP16/CMP6 event will be broadcasted at different rooms at the Free Expression Forums.