Resilience Frontiers hosted the Resilience Lab at COP 26, from November 1 to 11. We invited friends, colleagues and everyone interested in finding out more about our growing initiative to check out our programme of events.
Shifting mindsets, shaping the future, was the theme of the Resilience Frontiers Lab at COP26, with inspiring speakers and guests set to discuss, and debate topics linked to our eight pathways which, if followed, will help deliver a resilient and desirable future for all.
One day was devoted to each pathway, with visitors to the pavilion taking part in activities led by experts from all walks of life. The sessions focussed on inspiring people to see the future through a transformational lens, and to imagine ways the eight pathways could move us towards a desirable world of permanent resilience and regenerative prosperity.
For a flavour of the Lab held in Glasgow, and to inspire you to engage with Resilience Frontiers as we build up to our pavilion at COP27, here are some highlights below from the sessions held in Glasgow, by pathway.
You can see the full programme we followed below our COP 26 image gallery, and each day’s activities were summarised in IISD’s Earth Negotiations Bulletin.
You can also watch Professor Stephen Reicher speaking from the lab in our news section, about the role our values will play in shaping the future we want. While some of our other speakers are now featured on our inspiration page.