Our pavilion represented an oasis at the heart of COP27 where people could discuss and connect with the future in inspiring new ways.
Throughout COP 27, the Resilience Frontiers pavilion had daily coverage from the Earth Negotiations Bulletins (ENB). See all the coverage here and some of the highlights below.
Here’s an overview of our programme below, and a pdf version available here.
COP 27 was a perfect opportunity to collaborate with the ‘Hot Poets‘ again. Liv Torc and Chris Redmond of the Hot Poets joined us to perform at our pavilion at COP 26, and also contributed to our Second Brainstorming Event in Gaborone in 2022. Their creative input was welcomed again during the second week of the COP 27 programme. Liv and Chris led tailored creative writing workshops and performances bringing people together to find new ways to express their responses to our pathways, and live-action speed poetry was created while our discussions went on and performed as a timely summation at the end. The poems written in response to some of the sessions can be enjoyed here.
Focus area: Transforming humanity’s relationship with nature
Focus area: Lifelong Learning for Environmental Stewardship
Focus area: Ensuring universal equitable coverage of, and open- access to (big) data and information
Focus area: Managing water and other natural resources equitably and inclusively
Focus area: Cross-cutting day
Focus area: Managing transboundary issues equitably
Focus area: Applying a holistic ecosystem-centred approach to optimise future health and wellbeing
Focus area: Regenerative food production
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