Registration for our virtual platform is now open!

We are excited to announce that registration is now open for the COP28 Resilience Hub virtual platform! Each year the Resilience Hub welcomes thousands of participants virtually and in-person for it’s inclusively built COP programme designed to accelerate action and investment on climate resilience. Whether you are attending online or in-person, our new virtual platform […]

How To Do Adaptation and Resilience: Takeaways from Technical Dialogues Synthesis Report

The UNFCCC have released the synthesis report of the meetings [‘Technical Dialogues’] that have been taking place with climate action stakeholders as part of the first Global Stocktake process.  It provides an assessment of the collective progress towards achieving the purpose and long-term goals of the Paris Agreement. The Resilience Hub has taken a dive […]

The Resilience Hub returns to Africa Climate Week

After a successful kick off in 2022 at the Africa Climate Week, The Resilience Hub will be returning to the UNFCCC’s Africa Climate Week, taking place in Nairobi, Kenya between 4-8 September.  Both the Africa and Latin America and Caribbean Regional Resilience Hubs will be taking part in the on-the-ground programming at Climate Week alongside […]

Working together to put resilience front and centre at COP28

The Managing Partners of the Resilience Hub and the UN-backed Race to Resilience are delighted to announce the Resilience Hub is returning to the annual Conference of Parties (COP) for its third year.  Since 2021, the Resilience Hub has brought together global representatives from civil society, the private sector, academia, and government to collaborate and […]

Young climate actors building resilient communities around the world

Global Resilience Partnership announces its #Art4Resilience Social Media contest winners. By June Kimaiyo, Youth Engagement Specialist, Global Resilience Partnership From Costa Rica to Kenya, India to Benin, Mozambique to Brunei; whether through science, technology, activism, art, formal or traditional education, eco-friendly lifestyle, or entrepreneurship young people are increasingly creating solutions to deal with the increasing […]

Resilience Solutions: La Gogue Dam, Seychelles

A case study of resilience solutions in action, from The International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI) As part of the Race to Resilience campaign, ICSI is compiling case studies of best practice climate-resilient infrastructure in an effort to showcase human-centric and sustainable infrastructure projects around the world. La Gogue Dam in Seychelles is the largest […]

<strong>CDRI Fellows: Shaping the Future of Resilient Infrastructure</strong>

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The Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI) Fellowship Programme was launched in September 2020 with a vision to develop a global multi-disciplinary pool of future-ready professionals and practitioners who will help shape a resilient future for global infrastructure systems. A 12-month seed grant, the Fellowship provides financial support as well as peer learning and capacity […]

From Framing to Financing #LossAndDamage

By Kavita Sachwani, Finance Lead and State Program Coordinator Finance Lead, 2030 Water Resources Group COP after COP, the global climate action community or the ‘Conference of Parties’ as it is officially called, has made endless efforts to define, measure, and attribute Loss and Damage. From Agreement to Protocol, from Mechanism and Network to Conference […]

Visualising Resilience: Asia Pacific

Ahead of COP27, we hosted a series of Regional Resilience Hubs to ensure that diverse perspectives and best practices on resilience are amplified and help drive the agenda at COP. As a part of this process, we commissioned a graphic harvester to capture the key findings. Check out the graphics from the Asia Pacific RegHub below.