How can we collaborate to accelerate climate action?
The global climate movement is an unprecedented collective response to an unprecedented global challenge. As the impacts of climate change become more clear and severe, acting collaboratively with diverse partners becomes more imperative.
“If you want to go fast, go alone,” the saying goes,
“but if you want to go far, go together.”
The climate crisis demands that we go faster and further, and more fairly, together.
Making progress on climate mitigation, adaptation, and restoration requires many stakeholders to work together across deep differences.
The Radical Collaboration Futures Lab is a capacity-building and networking session to help climate actors to collaborate with diverse others and deliver results with increased speed, scale, and justice.
Date: Wednesday 9 November 2022
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 am (Egypt Standard Time)
*Doors open at 9:45 am, seating is limited so first come, first served.
Venue: Room 1 of the Climate Action Zone or online
- Kirsten Dunlop, Climate-KIC, Netherlands
- Jorge Gastelumendi, Atlantic Council, United States
- Antonia Gawel, World Economic Forum, Switzerland
- Nathanial Matthews, Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance and Global Resilience Partnership, United Kingdom
- Shehnaaz Moosa, SouthSouthNorth, South Africa
- Gonzalo Muñoz, Climate Champions Team, Chile
- Sheela Patel, Society for the Promotion of Area Resource Centers (SPARC) and Slum Dwellers International (SDI), India
- Manuel Pulgar Vidal, WWF International, Peru
- Mitzi Jonelle Tan, Fridays for Future, Philippines
- Melanie Jamieson, Climate Champions Team and Leaders’ Quest
- Adam Kahane, Reos Partners
- Mpinane Senkhane, Reos Partners