On the ground at COP27: Are all voices being heard?

Collaboration is happening but the right people must be around the table

There was a scepticism and pessimism coming into COP27, but that’s starting to shift, Andrew Griffiths, director of community and partnerships at Planet Mark told ESG Clarity in this video at COP27.

Collaboration was really starting to be seen, rewired.earth chair and CEO Jeff Scott, added. “People are talking a lot more openly and with a lot more focused on data,” he said.

But in a conference centre where logistical confusion abounds, at a COP mired in human rights concerns, do all stakeholders needed in these collaborative discussions have a seat at the table?

See also: – All ESG Clarity’s COP27 coverage

Watch ESG Clarity’s summary of the first week of COP27 here to find out more, and hear a parting message from WWF’s global finance practice leader Margaret Kuhlow ahead of the full video interview with her published tomorrow.

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Natasha Turner

Natasha is global deputy editor at ESG Clarity, part of the Bonhill Group, and has been a financial journalist for six years. She has been shortlisted for Story of the Year and Investment Journalist of...