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COP27 Blue Zone
Nov 6 - 18, 2022

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The Cities + Climate team will be hosting briefings virtually for the Canadian audience from Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. 

These briefings will be 30 minutes long and feature interviews with speakers to cover themes being discussed during the conference. 

Virtual Briefings

Nov 11, 15, 24
7 pm Egypt

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COP27 Blue Zone
Nov 14, 2022
3 - 4:30 pm Egypt

Bringing together local govt representatives from Canada and abroad to explore how the climate crisis manifests differently. Looking at multilevel governance, funding, infrastructure, policy shifts, economic transition, and land-use. 

Being Local, Acting Global

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THE EGYPTIAN
PRESIDENCY GOALS

أهداف الرئاسة المصرية

Following the work from COP26 in Glasgow, UK, the Egyptian presidency has structured COP27 with a focus on implementation, aiming at mobilizing collective efforts for ambitious emission reductions from different sectors, enhanced transformative adaptation agenda on the ground, enabling flows of appropriate finance and delivering on the ground on time and at scale.

This agenda is being organized into 11 thematic days:

Finance Day

Science Day

Youth + Future Generations Day

Adaptation + Agriculture Day

Gender Day

Water Day

Ace + Civil Society Day

Energy Day

Biodiversity Day

Solutions Day

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LOOKING AHEAD

The Cities + Climate Initiative is focused on advancing the role and impact of multilevel climate action in Canada using dialogue and collaboration. Through knowledge sharing, practical coordination, strategic dialogue, and public engagement, we aim to help Canadian cities chart a course forward, encouraging a common purpose and sense of collaboration on climate change mitigation and adaptation that will carry us through the 2020s.

We would like to thank the Trottier Family Foundation for financially supporting this work, and thank our dialogue participants for their contributions to this discussion. We look forward to continuing to work with you all on this critical effort.