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COP 27
It's time to shift from promises to action
​The UN climate change conference, COP27, was held in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt from 6 to 18 November 2022.
COP27 brought governments together to accelerate global efforts to confront the climate crisis. It was an important moment because the latest science shows that climate change is moving much faster than we are, pushing ecosystems and communities to their limits.

We need to urgently scale up efforts to help people and nature adapt to a warming world and to implement climate solutions - which are already available across all sectors and can more than halve emissions by 2030. This is vital if we are to limit global warming to 1.5°C and avoid the most devastating impacts 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.
WWF Expectations for COP27

Implementation with ambition, equity and access

Governments at COP27 must deliver on past promises, unite in their commitment to prevent the climate crisis from spiralling out of control and respond to the needs of communities suffering the consequences of past failures.

Download WWF's COP27 Expectations Paper in English, Arabic and Spanish.

Download the paper (English)

#PandaHub: WWF Pavilion at COP27
The WWF Pavilion at COP27 hosted a wide array of events on topics ranging from food systems to finance, forests, energy and nature-based solutions.
The #PandaHub was located in the Blue Zone at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, which required UN accreditation to access. All events were streamed and archived on our YouTube channel so you can watch from wherever you are in the world.


Watch the recordings

Climate's #SecretAlly

Healthy nature is an ally that helps prevent climate breakdown and make us more resilient to a warming planet.

A WWF report - Climate’s Secret Ally: Uncovering the story of nature in the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report - draws upon the IPCC’s work to highlight the interlinked emergencies of human-induced climate change and biodiversity loss, threatening the well-being of current and future generations and to make the case for better integrating nature into our response to the climate crisis.

Learn more about the report

News and Press Enquiries

WWF had a number of experts available on the ground at COP27 and remotely to provide commentary in multiple languages on topics ranging from key issues in the negotiations to the energy transition and the dual climate and nature crises.

To set up an interview with one of our experts, contact:
Robin Harvey, Media Manager, Climate & Energy, WWF: rharvey@wwfint.org 

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