France has chosen the Paris-Le Bourget site to host the UNFCCC COP 21 in Paris this December.
The Indigenous Peoples’ Pavilion will be located within the civil society ‘Climate Generations Space’, directly adjacent to the COP 21 “Blue Zone” negotiation space.
It will be open daily from 9:00am - 7:30pm for the duration of the conference, 01 December - 11 December 2015, except for Sunday 6 December.
The Indigenous Peoples’ Pavilion will be open to the general public on 2 December 2015.
Here are some useful links for finding your way around the Paris-Le Bourget site:
Here are some useful links for your stay in Paris:
Public transportation: The metro (RATP) is the ideal way to get around Paris fast and easily. There are 16 lines of bus, metro, trains and trams throughout the city. Each line has a different color and number. At any given Metro station each Metro line will have 2 platforms, one for each direction. Each direction is marked by its terminus station, the last station on the line. Here are some useful links for transportation: