We are engaged in a number of events and activities at this year’s climate conference.
The Resilience Hub is a back for a second year in the row. GRP is one of the managing partners of the Hub. This year’s hub features daily events, an interactive programme, art exhibits and much more. The Hub also features a fully virtual platform for participants to attend and participate remotely. Register here to join in-person or online! In addition to the Resilience Hub, GRP is also participating in sessions in the Climate Action Zone, the Locally-led Adaptation Pavilion, and at the US Center at COP27.
GRP’s Nathanial Matthews, Anastasia Brainich, Jesper Hörnberg, Shuchi Vora, and Ameil Harikishun will all be attending COP27 in person. If you would like to get in touch with GRP at COP, find us at the Resilience Hub, join the events below, or reach out.
In this story by Knowledge Into Use awards winner, Enoch Mwangilwa, children from the Chongololo and Chipembele Conservation Clubs are making a difference by using art and peer-to-peer climate education to encourage their communities to adopt sustainable practices.
Four teams will be awarded with a $5000 USD grant. The award is a joint effort from Climate Justice Resilience Fund (CJRF), Global Resilience Partnership (GRP), and International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD).
In the lead-up to the COP27 Resilience Hub, the Global Resilience Partnership (GRP) in collaboration with the Climate Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) and the International Center for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD), through The Resilience Knowledge Coalition, launched the “Knowledge into Use” awards.
At the COP27 Resilience Hub speakers from CLASP, Energy Saving Trust, REEEP, the Stockholm Resilience Centre and the World Economic Forum came together to identify innovations that could help build greater resilience within our food systems.
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