An inclusive virtual and physical space to mobilise action on resilience and adaptation at COP28 and beyond
Photos by Holly Hayes, Resilience Hub
The Resilience Hub is designed to connect and inspire people across business, civil society, academia and government to collaborate and scale up action that builds resilience to the impact of climate change and makes communities around the world safer, healthier and more just.
We are motivated by the urgent need to increase the level of ambition and finance given to building resilience, particularly for the world’s most vulnerable populations, and placing locally informed, equitable solutions center stage in the run up to and during the annual UN Climate Change Conferences (COPs).
Following on success at COP26 in Glasgow and COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, with thousands of participants in-person and online each year, the Resilience Hub is returning as a dynamic, inclusive virtual and physical space at the Blue Zone at COP28 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) in November–December 2023.
building A Global movement
Around the world, people and ecosystems are being threatened by the climate crisis, and many have already experienced significant, devastating consequences.
The Resilience Hub brings together a global community to share knowledge, co-create solutions and catalyse action.