A look back at our presence at COP26

Friendship was present at COP26 in Glasgow from 1 to 12 November 2021 to carry the voices of the most vulnerable communities of Bangladesh and advocate for climate adaptation solutions through different side events.

If you have missed these events or want to take a look back on them, we have compiled below all the events in which we participated, with the recordings, when available.

1. CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION THROUGH COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION

Organisers: Friendship, International Coral Reef Society (ICRS) and GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean research Kiel

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Watch the full session here



2. RESILIENT BY NATURE: SCALING-UP AND FINANCING NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS (NBS)

Organisers: Friendship, World Bank – Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) and UN Environment Program – World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC)

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Watch the full session here



3. CLIMATE CHANGE, MIGRATION AND HEALTH: TRANSFORMING TOMORROW – A CALL TO ACTION

Venue: Health / WHO Pavilion at the Scottish Event Campus, Blue Zone
Organiser: World Health Organization

Watch the full session here (from 8:20:00)



4. THE BLUE MANGROVE FUND: A CLIMATE ADAPTATION PROJECT ENABLED BY A CIVIL SOCIETY EMBEDDED CO2 OFFSET INITIATIVE

Organiser: Friendship, with the support of the Federal Ministry for Climate, Environment, Sustainable Development and Green Deal of Belgium.

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Watch the full session here



5. MANGROVES IN BANGLADESH: AN INTEGRATED EFFORT TOWARDS ADAPTATION AND MITIGATION JOINTLY BY GOVERNMENT, NGOS, AND COMMUNITIES

Organiser: Friendship, with the support of the Bangladesh delegation and the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change of Bangladesh.

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6. EFFECTIVE ADAPTATION SOLUTIONS REQUIRE FLEXIBLE FUNDING INSTRUMENTS

Organiser: Friendship, with the support of the Ministry of Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development of Luxembourg.

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Watch the full session here



7. CLIMATE CHANGE, MIGRATION AND HEALTH: INTERCONNECTED CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

Venue: French Pavilion at the Scottish Event Campus, Blue Zone

Watch the full session here (from 10:00)



8. GULBENKIAN FOUNDATION’S PRIZE FOR HUMANIty – Award Ceremony

Venue: EU Pavilion at the Scottish Event Campus, Blue Zone

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Watch the full session here
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9. MIGRATION, FORCED DISPLACEMENT AND CLIMATE ADAPTATION

Virtual event in the BENELUX/EIB Pavilion at the Scottish Event Campus, Blue Zone.
Organiser: European Investment Bank

Watch the full session here

10. LOCALLY LED ADAPTATION TALK

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11. CLIMATE JUSTICE AND A BURGEONING MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS

Venue: Health / WHO Pavilion at the Scottish Event Campus, Blue Zone
Organiser: Glasgow Caledonian University

Watch the full session here



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