Over 40,000 attendees are anticipated to participate in COP27 and related events from November 6-18.
At the COP27 United Nations Climate Change Conference, which will be held by Egypt in Sharm El Sheikh in 2022, participants from all around the world will participate in the yearly negotiations on climate change. The summit is anticipated to have one of the greatest numbers of participants at the annual global climate conference, which will be held in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, from November 6 to 18.
Ambassador Wael Aboulmagd, Special Representative to the COP27 President, stated before to the summit, "The Egyptian Presidency team has worked diligently to create an environment conducive to fruitful negotiations. As hosts of the COP, we are eager to attract representatives of states and stakeholders from around the globe and to offer the necessary impetus for addressing the necessary activities for the prompt and widespread implementation of climate commitments and pledges."
During COP27, the Sharm El-Sheikh International Convention Center (SHICC) will serve as the Blue Zone. The Blue Zone is where all delegate conversations are scheduled to take place. In addition, a comprehensive list of dynamic events, featuring young advocates and scientists, will be arranged by governments and recognised observers.
The corporate community, youth, civil society, academia, and artists from all over the world will have an additional space to participate in a 22,500 square metre Green Zone. Through events, exhibitions, seminars, cultural performances, and discussions, it seeks to encourage open and dynamic dialogue and involvement among climate actors.
On November 7-8, the Sharm El-Sheikh Climate Implementation Summit will convene with all participating heads of state and government. After the summit's opening ceremony, a number of roundtables will be held to discuss six important topics: Just Transitions, Food Security, Innovative Finance for Climate and Development, Investing in the Future of Energy, Water Security, and Climate Change and the Sustainability of Vulnerable Communities.
In addition to the global negotiations that will take place in Egypt during the conference, the COP27 Egyptian Presidency has selected a number of important topic days that will feature chances for panel pledges.
The Sharm El-Sheikh Climate Implementation Summit will address climate-related issues,discussions, roundtables, and side activities. These thematic days are part of attempts to accelerate climate action that can address existing implementation bottlenecks and gaps and improve involvement with youth, women, civil society, and indigenous people at the heart of debates, among others. Key areas of attention include the promise of innovation and clean technologies, the importance of water and agriculture to the climate issue, biodiversity loss, energy transition, decarbonization efforts, and financing, and the promise of innovation and clean technology. Three days will be devoted to youth and future generations, women and civil society, their contributions, the issues they encounter, the solutions they propose, and how to mainstream their engagement in climate policy planning and implementation.
Egypt's COP27 Presidency has initiated many measures that will be implemented at the summit. These include the COP27 Presidency Sustainable Urban Resilience for the Next Generation (SURGe), Initiative on Climate Action and Nutrition (I-CAN), Action on Water, Adaptation, and Resilience (AWARe), Food and Agriculture for Sustainable Transformation Initiative (Fast), Global Waste Initiative 50 by 2050, Africa Just & Affordable Energy Transition Initiative, Decent Life Initiative for a Climate Resilient Africa, Climate Responses for Sustaining Peace (CRSP),Enhancing Nature-based Solutions for Climate Transformation; African Women's Climate Adaptive Priorities (CAP); Friends of Greening National Investment Plans (ENACT).