Addressing the impacts of human-induced climate change requires interdisciplinary cooperation and efforts across all segments of society including from religious, spiritual, and indigenous traditions. In recognition of this vital need for collaboration, the Faith Pavilion aims to serve as a platform for problem solving, partnership, and the proposal of holistic recommendations to advance environmental justice.
The Faith Pavilion’s robust and engaging program includes 65 sessions organized by 70 organizations. During the 12 days of COP28, over 325 speakers will participate in the Faith Pavilion, collectively representing 54 countries.
The following calendar outlines what to expect each day in the Faith Pavilion programming – detailing the topics and speakers for every session.