Not going to be in Egypt? Don’t panic! You can still get involved with the COP27 both virtually and through events listed on the Priestley Centre’s COP27 webpage. There’s loads going on – take a look at some of the links we’ve shared below.
The Blue Zone is managed by the United Nations, bringing together delegations from 197 Parties, alongside observer organisations to share their stories at panel discussions, side events, exhibits, and cultural events (listed on SEORS website). The UNFCCC COP27 landing page has lots of information about how to engage with the conference.
All Presidency Programme events and statements in plenary sessions will be webcast on the UNFCCC website. You can tune in and watch these events live or on-demand. You can access the webcast via the UNFCCC’s conference landing page. In addition, you can get updates via social media channels. The main hashtag for this conference is #COP27.
Side events and Pavilions
Most side events will be streamed on the side events YouTube channel.
Pavilions are spaces where different Parties or Observer organisations host events, showcase research, and have open informal discussions. You can find a full list of COP27 Pavilions on the UNFCCC conference page with links to the schedule and virtual access information for each Pavilion. Pavilions that are livestreaming content include:
- Cryosphere Pavilion via the ICCI YouTube channel
- Food and Agriculture Pavilion via the CGIAR YouTube channel
- Food Systems Pavilion via YouTube
- Health Pavilion via WHO YouTube
- Resilience Hub via YouTube
- UK Pavilion via UK Government YouTube
- Water Pavilion via Zoom