Regional Resilience Hubs day: Amplifying local voices in the run up to COP28

22 November, 2023

Join us Friday 24 November for the ultimate pre-COP briefing

Do not miss our upcoming event Regional Resilience Hubs day: Amplifying local voices in the run up to COP28. The session gives you the opportunity to hear directly from locally-led organisations and regional actors with deep experience and knowledge on climate resilience.

They will be sharing the outcomes of the Regional Resilience Hubs that have taken place around the world to inform COP28 participants of regional priorities, knowledge and examples of actions that can be scaled.

📅24 November, 07:00 CST/ 13:00 GMT / 15:00 SAST / 18:30 IST

Where: Online and open to all!

How to join: Register here.

Regional Resilience Hubs have been taking place around the world during the past few months, organised and attended by local and regional organisations who are already taking action in their communities to build resilience to the impacts of climate change.

The session, taking place just a few days before COP28, will provide space for regional actors to connect their asks and key takeaways to ongoing discussions such as the Global Goal on Adaptation, the Stocktake process or the Loss & Damage fund, among others.

We invite you to join our final pre-COP Regional Hubs session this Friday to hear directly from Regional Hub organisers and participants. 

The session will take place on Friday 24 November at 12 PM GMT. Register here.

Regional Resilience Hubs and the Road to COP28

The Resilience Hub hosts Regional Resilience Hubs to ensure that the best practices and perspectives of those most affected by the climate crisis are amplified and increasingly drive the agenda at COP. They also help to shape the programming of the Resilience Hub from the start.

This year, returned in Latin America and the Caribbean (led by Fundación Avina), South Asia (led by the International Centre for Climate Change and Development) and Africa (led by SDI and SouthSouthNorth).

The Regional Resilience Hubs serve to:
– Connect and create collaborations between regional actors
– Build the capacity of local actors to engage internationally
– Spotlight and amplify regional priorities, actions, solutions and challenges
– Inform the Race to Resilience campaign and the High-Level Champions on regional perspectives, solutions and best practices
– Create powerful stories of solutions and locally-led action to build understanding of resilience and inform non-state actor led initiatives like the Marrakech Partnership for Global Climate Action
– Highlight scalable and investor-ready projects


Want to participate in the Resilience Hub at COP28?

Whether you are attending in-person or remotely, you can participate in the Hub via our newly built virtual platform or visit us in the Blue Zone.

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