The Green Action Global Connection Zone (online) connected NGOs, activists and institutions working on the ground in North America, South America, Africa, Europe, Asia and Oceania to protect our biodiversity.
Our online zone was a part of the CEPA Fair and a side event to the official COP15 Biodiversity conference that took place in Montreal from December 7-19.
We featured Indigenous ecological knowledge, stewardship and management, with Indigenous participation from around the world.
There was also opportunities for interactive, hands-on activities, such as those offered by the Biodiversity Fresk and Climate Fresks, to introduce a powerful and innovative way to learn more about the complex implications of biological diversity and climate change.
We were seeking participants interested in networking with like-minded groups around the world, with the goal of working together to hold governments accountable to the objectives set at COP15.
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Speakers, panelists, exhibitors and attendees came from diverse geographical and cultural backgrounds.
We all share a common will to focus on solutions, exchange best practices and build relationships across timezones and continents.
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AGREEMENTS FOR SAFE & PRODUCTIVE PARTICIPATION
These three agreements constitute the cultural guardrails that will help ensure a safe, welcoming and effective gathering.
If everyone puts a little bit of effort into participating like this, everyone benefits.
All participants shall:
- Model and invite artful interactions: Choose to make all your interactions the highest value contribution you can make to the overall effectiveness of the space.
- Replace judgement with curiosity: You are here to listen and offer your unique perspective. If you disagree with someone’s point of view, that’s fine, but it is not your responsibility to change it. Make room for diversity.
- Observe personal accountability: This means taking responsibility for the impact of your actions, even if unintended.
By participating in this event, your consent to our Code of conduct is implied.
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