An inclusive virtual and physical space to mobilise action on resilience at COP27 and beyond

Join us at Regional Resilience Hubs in the lead up to the 2022 UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) and take part virtually and in person in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.

Our Vision

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 centre stage in the run up to and during COP.

Following a successful inaugural Hub at COP26 in Glasgow, the Resilience Hub is returning as a dynamic, inclusive virtual and physical space at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh in November 2022.

The Hub is the official home of the Race to Resilience, the UN-backed campaign representing over 1,500 non-state actors taking action on resilience around the world.

At COP26

The first Resilience Hub took place in 2021.

Africa Regional Resilience Hub: Governments and development financiers should boost their capacity to meet local needs

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Collaboration is key to building resilient cities – Roundtable

In the lead-up to UNFCCC COP27, the world is faced with a proliferating set of crises brought on by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the current geopolitical situation, and the global […]
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Amplifying regional voices ahead of the COP27 Resilience Hub

Written by: Ameil Harikishun, Policy Officer at Global Resilience Partnership In the build-up to […]
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FEATURE: Can locally-led anticipatory action address climate impacts at scale?

There is considerable potential for more locally-led anticipatory action to prepare people for extreme weather and climate events and avoid loss and damage – reports Myriam […]
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