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COP 27
Time to shift from pledges to action
​The UN climate change conference, COP27, will be held in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt from 6 to 18 November 2022.
COP27 will bring governments together to accelerate global efforts to confront the climate crisis. It is an important meeting because the latest science shows that climate change is moving much faster than we are, and is pushing ecosystems and communities to their limits. We need to urgently scale up efforts to adapt to a warming world and to implement climate solutions across all sectors to halve emissions by 2030. 

This is vital if we are to limit global warming to 1.5°C and avoid the most devastating impacts of climate change on people and nature. 

We are hopeful that, as citizens around the world increasingly demand action on the climate crisis, we can work together to focus on implementation and delivering an immediate response to the climate emergency.
Bonn Climate Change Conference
6-16 June 2022, Bonn, Germany
Governments are currently gathered in Germany to lay the groundwork for success at COP27 later this year.

This is the first time they have met since COP26 and progress is urgently needed on key outstanding issues. 

Ahead of COP27, the stakes are higher than ever with an unfolding energy crisis and record-breaking global greenhouse gas emissions. 

COP27 must keep a resilient, 1.5°C future within our grasp. Read the blog by WWF’s Global Climate & Energy Leader, Manuel Pulgar-Vidal.