COP14 participant information



Conference participants are responsible for arranging their own hotel reservations and should do so as soon as possible.

Preferential rates for COP14 attendees are available at the hotels below. Please mention you are attending COP14 when booking:


Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva (4*), Quai Du Mont Blanc 19 -

Hotel Royal – Manotel (4*), Rue de Lausanne 41 -

Hotel Express Holiday Inn - Geneva Airport (3*), Route De Pre-Bois 16 -

Ibis Genève Aéroport (3*), 10 Chemin de la Violette -

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Participant Guide

Equip yourself with all of the information related to the COP14 conference by clicking here.


Geneva visitor information

For information on visiting Geneva, we encourage you to visit the official City of Geneva visitor site where you can find details on how to make your time in Geneva both productive and enjoyable:

For information on arrival in Geneva, a COP14 welcome booth will be located at Geneva Airport outside of Arrivals from 3-5 November. 

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There will be exhibition booths on the main floor during the conference. Participants are encouraged to visit the booths.


High-Level Segment

The host country has organised a High-Level Segment scheduled for Sunday 6 November from 16:00-18:00 (Wuhan time)// 9:00am-11:00am (Geneva time) in a hybrid modality in Wuhan and Geneva. A concept note describing the event with information on participation can be found here.

Side events

Throughout the conference there will be several side events covering a range of topics. The events can be found here. For the full schedule click here.


IISD Reporting (Earth Negotiations Bulletin)

IISD will be publishing daily meeting reports and photographs from the Conference here.


Discovering Switzerland’s wetlands

Switzerland has organized opportunities to learn about Switzerland’s wetlands on Friday, 11 November. Information can be found here.


Official logo of COP14 

The logo is designed to reflect the theme of COP14: Wetlands Action for People and Nature, signifying harmony of all life on Earth. Continuous and curly lines illustrate the profiles of human faces and rare and endangered wetland species, including the crested ibis, Yangtze alligator, milu deer and finless porpoise. Different colours were used to convey the vibrancy of wetlands around the world. At the bottom of the logo, Wuhan, the host city of COP14 is depicted in the form of a seal.

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Participant Sponsorship

Funding for eligible Contracting Party delegates to attend COP14 was provided thanks to the voluntary contributions from the following donors: