- Adaptation and Resilience
- Environmental Integrity in global carbon markets (Article 6)
- Climate Education and public awareness & participation
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- Energy Transition
- Gender and Human Rights
- Just Transition
- Loss and Damage, Migration, Displacement & Human Mobility
- Nature and Nature based solutions, Biodiversity and Oceans
- Food and Agriculture
- Human Settlements (Built Environment, Waste and Consumption)
- Net zero carbon
- Indigenous Peoples
- Heritage-based adaptation and mitigation
- Sustainable Development
Climate Heritage Network Annual General Assembly
The 2021 Annual General Assembly (AGA) of the Climate Heritage Network is open to CHN members and non-members alike. To change everything, we need everybody!
This event will feature an overview of work by the CHN and its members over the past year to mobilise arts, culture and heritage for climate action and will include a preview of where these efforts will lead in 2022. Highlights will include:
- A celebration of the completion of the CHN's Madrid-to-Glasgow Arts, Culture and Heritage Climate Action Plan and an overview of the new tools CHN members have created to break down barrier to climate action by the culture sector.
- Vignettes highlighting other accomplishments of the CHN in 2021 and a preview our work in 2022 and how CHN members can get involved, including the results of the culture workstream at the 2021 G20; outcomes of the CVI:Africa initiative; the launch of the CHN Youth Forum; CHN participation in the Architecture2030 COP Communique and with the Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction; and the first-of-its kind inclusion of culture in the UN's new Race to Resilience campaign.
- A preview of cultural voices at COP26.
- Announcement of the outcomes of CHN's Regional Co-Chair Elections.
The CHN 2021 Annual General Assembly will lay the foundation for ground-breaking work in 2022 to foreground the cultural dimensions of the climate emergency and scale up culture-based climate solutions. Join us!