A defining moment in the fight against climate change.
Science has established beyond doubt that the window for action is closing rapidly. In November 2022, Egypt will host the 27th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP27) in Sharm El-Sheikh, with a view to building on previous successes and paving the way for future ambition.
A golden opportunity for all stakeholders to rise to the occasion and tackle effectively the global challenge of climate change.
Egypt assumes the incoming Presidency of COP 27 with a clear recognition of the gravity of the global climate challenge and appreciation of the value of multilateral, collective and concerted action as the only means to address this truly global threat.
Sharm El-Sheikh is the ideal destination to host an inclusive and sustainable COP. Sharm El-Sheikh has been committed to the green transformation having achieved major strides in the adoption of sustainable accommodation, transportation, energy, waste management and tourism operations.
Surrounded by two spectacular protected areas, Sharm El-Sheikh is a location that will inspire attendees to tackle climate change and protect the planet. A collection of pristine fringing reefs, an abundance of marine life nestled between the jagged Sinai mountains provide endless exploration. In Sharm El-Sheikh, you can explore some of Egypt’s most unique natural environments, both above and underwater, all the while contributing towards the conservation of these habitats and enhancement of local livelihoods.