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Amplifying Climate Justice on a World Stage

The Deep South Center for Environmental Justice, WE ACT for Environmental Justice and the Bullard Center for Environmental & Climate Justice, along with an international team of collaborators, is hosting the first-ever Climate Justice Pavilion at COP27.

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COp27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

The Climate Justice Pavilion

The first-ever Climate Justice Pavilion will consist of a theatre space for presentations and panels that will make up about 60% of the pavilion, leaving ample floor space for networking.

Additionally, we will have a space dedicated to showcasing an immersive storytelling experience and conducting short interviews with select speakers that can be live streamed or recorded and uploaded for virtual conference goers to track important conversations of the day.

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Things We'll Be Doing

The Climate Justice Pavilion will be a safe space where folks from the Global South, the U.S. Environmental Justice Movement, and other movements internationally can dialogue, build relationships, learn, and share perspectives

Immersive Storytelling

We will highlight the stories and concerns of impacted and vulnerable communities.

Meeting with Leaders

The pavilion will have additional space for informal meetings with business leaders, policy makers, and other stake holders.

Conducting short interviews

interviews, panel discussions will be live streamed or recorded/uploaded for virtual conference goers can track important conversations of the day.

Pavilion Programing

Our pavilion programming will include the presence and contribution of 50 representatives of grassroots communities (both US and Global South/International),

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Our pavilion programming will include the presence and contribution of 50 representatives of grassroots communities (both US and Global South/International), students of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), staff support, and the development of an expected 50-60 events that we will host throughout the twelve-day convening.

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FAQS

Frequently Asked Questions

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When is COP27?

COP27 will take place from 6th - 18th November 2022.

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Where is COP27 being held?

Egypt will host this year’s summit. The city of Sharm el-Sheikh will play host to thousands of delegates and world world leaders

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What does COP stand for?

COP is the name given to the annual meeting of world leaders in a climate change capacity. It stands for “conference of parties”, with each delegation representing a party. The number of member countries in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has grown over the years and now sits at 195. COP27 will be the 27th summit to take place.

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What are the aims of COP27?

While COP26 saw many new promises made and new commitments promises, COP27 will aim to assess the progress in reaching these goals. In 2021, countries agreed to return yearly with new national determined contributions (NDCs), rather than waiting the five years as agreed upon in the Paris Agreement in 2015. NDCs are steps which each country will take to meet emissions targets. Therefore, COP27 will be the first year in which the new steps will be announced by participating countries. Egyptian COP27 president Sameh Shoukry has also said that he hopes the summit will have a focus on climate finance and mitigation.

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