GLF Climate 2022: As it happened
Hosted on the sidelines of COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, and online, GLF Climate 2022: Frontiers of Change united 7,000 participants from 164 countries and rallied over 27 million people on social media around what humanity can still do to avoid the worsening impacts of the climate crisis.
Featuring 228 leading scientists, activists, Indigenous leaders, financiers, youth and government leaders, and 96 incredible partner organizations, the second edition of GLF Climate called for a just transition to a stewardship economy that puts people and nature first.
Across 43 plenaries, expert sessions, launches, virtual tours, dialogues, networking sessions, and inspirational talks, GLF Climate 2022 explored ways to take control of our own fate through collective action, behavior change and the widespread adoption of nature- and land-based solutions.
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Financing green and green financing are the two sides of the same coin and they enable us to respond to our challenges.
You can’t teach food systems revolutions or reforms to someone with a hungry stomach. Whether it’s in a rural agriculture community or in the depths of urban food deserts, climate action - and more importantly, climate justice and food system justice and equality - needs to be accessible and equitable for all to have real, lasting reform, especially for those in the most vulnerable communities.
We cannot stop the climate crisis today, biodiversity loss tomorrow, and degradation the day after. We need to tackle all issues together.
Forests don’t solve all the problems on a local level. It is needed to have a landscape-integrated approach.
As Indigenous women, we don't just carry water or babies. We carry solutions, and we carry our future.
We stimulate action upon people, and we also have the incentive to do this. Because we are part of the community, we thrive with the community. We rise and fall together as a community.
Why we should care more about “stewardship”
The ancient term brings novel implications for sustainable economic structures
Opening plenary: what can we do now?
GLF Climate: Frontiers of Change Hosted on the sidelines of COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, and online, GLF ...
A holistic early warning-early action system for transboundary threats
TMG and IGAD’s Climate Prediction and Applications Centre (ICPAC), reveals how global warming changes the dynamics of pest population ...
#GLFClimate Photo Competition Summary
What does climate change look like?
Floods, wildfires, drought, war – these were just a few of the themes covered by 1,555 photos we received from over 100 countries showing how climate change has been impacting our lives. But there’s still hope – breathtaking landscapes, the beauty and richness of wildlife, and local communities working and hoping for better days ahead. Meet the winners of the GLF Climate Photo Competition!