Plant Based Treaty Press Conferences
Sunday 6 Nov | 14:30 – 15:00 | Blue Zone | Press Conference Room – Luxor Area B
Plant Based Treaty: What do we expect from COP27
Wednesday 9 Nov | 14:00 – 14:30 | Blue Zone | Press Conference Room – Luxor Area B
Plant Based Treaty calls for a Soil Treaty as necessary climate action
Thursday 17 Nov | 18:00 – 18:30 | Blue Zone | Turkish Pavilion
Plant Based Treaty: Solutions to the climate crisis
Friday 18 Nov | 16:30 – 17:00 | Blue Zone | Press Conference Room – Luxor Area B
Did COP27 address the cow in the room?
Tuesday 8 Nov | 18:00 – 19:30 | Blue Zone | Food4Climate Pavilion
Plant Based Treaty campaigner Aprajita Ashish joins Oatly and Proveg for a panel discussion:
‘Young Voices on the Urgent Need for Food System Transformation’
Thursday 10 Nov | 09.30 | Blue Zone | Food4Climate Pavilion
Plant Based Treaty campaigner Nilgun joins IPES Foods research think tank and World Animal Protection to discuss the Plant Based Treaty City campaign
Thursday 16 Nov | 13.15- 14.30 | Blue Zone | Food4Climate Pavilion
Plant Based Treaty side event at the Food4Climate Pavillion. Your hosts Aprajita Ashish, Nilgun Engin, Max Weiss & Hoshimi Sakai will discuss:
Why do we need a Plant Based Treaty?
Latest COP27 news
By James O’Toole
By Anita Krajnc & Nicola Harris
Open letter to COP27
Open letter calling for a Plant Based Treaty
Almost 200 groups, businesses, scientists and politicians are calling the Agriculture and Adaptation Day on 12 November COP27 to be used as an opportunity to put the issue of a just transition to a plant-based food system at the forefront of food insecurity and climate agenda.
Sign the letter as a group, business, scientist or politician.
What makes you scream about the climate crisis?
Inspired by the viral Netflix hit, Don’t Look Up, we are bringing our #ClimateScream photo booth to COP27. As part of a digital media campaign we will be inviting COP27 delegates and participants to share their best #ClimateScream and talk about why we need a Plant Based Treaty to avert a catastrophic planetary breakdown.
You can join the #ClimateScream online and offline wherever you are in the world.
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