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The Global Forest Coalition at COP27

The Global Forest Coalition is present in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, for COP27 (November 6-18, 2022). We have 11 spokespersons on the ground and will speak at 8 events, where we will advocate for real solutions to the climate crisis.

Here are all the details on what we’re up to!


Press conference 17 November PRESS CONFERENCE: HOME Alliance says no to ‘removals’ and geoengineering in UNFCCC Article 6.4  
Event on 16 November Carbon Markets: A Barrier to Real Solutions & Real Zero flyer


Event on 15 November Deindustrialisation for transformation – at Food4Climate Pavillion


Twitter space on 15 November Grounding the COP: Is meaningful climate action happening at COP27? (Souparna Lahiri interviewed) Listen on twitter
Report published 14 November Trees for Global Benefit Uganda: A Case Study on the Failures of Carbon Offsetting


Report published 14 November Operationalise Article 6.8 for Non-Market Approach to Real Solutions & Real Zero logo of Demand Climate Justice


Event on 14 November Livestock and feedcrops impact women and communities – at Food4Climate Pavillion


Statement released 12 November Statement: Africa is crying: our forest, our life!

A Black woman in Sierra Leone carrying a child on her back and standing in a forest

Photo: Annie Spratt

Blog published 11 Nov Women contribute to the UNFCCC Standing Committee on Finance discussion on nature-based solutions Four elderly women in Eastern Europe standing in a natural landscape with bright-colored clothing
Press conference 10 Nov Read the press release here / watch recording here
Report launched 3 November The End of False Solutions: Moving Towards Rights-Based and Gender Transformative Solutions to Climate Change cover image press release




Communications overview: Download the overview of everything GFC will be involved in at COP27 and learn about our positions, events, spokespersons, and key resources on countering false solutions to the climate crisis. Or you can view it here:


For clickable links, download this version



15 Nov, 2022
Posted in Forests and Climate Change, UNFCCC