European Union leaders are meeting in Brussels on October 23 for a summit aimed at reaching a deal on combating climate change and boosting efforts to fight the deadly Ebola epidemic.
The main focus will be on a package of climate change targets for 2030.
The leaders from the 28-member EU are to discuss action to tackle the Ebola outbreak in west Africa, which has claimed nearly 4,900 lives, and prevent it from becoming a global threat.
EU member states and the European Commission have already pledged nearly 600 million euros ($750 million) to fight Ebola.
According to British sources, Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to call on fellow EU leaders to boost that amount to 1 billion euros.
The leaders will also discuss Ukraine and the threat from the Islamic State extremist group in Iraq and Syria.