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COPXX

Women urged to unite and press for more restorative and regenerative goals at COP26
COPXX

Launching today at the annual global event for the World Humanitarian Forum, COPXX is challenging women everywhere to align and promote the values of care, nurture and love for the planet in the run-up to COP26 in November.

We need to gauge whether the activities of leaders and policymakers are sufficiently ambitious to deliver for women and future generations. To do this we must collect the voices of women and mothers globally.

Empowering women

COPXX will focus on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5 – ‘Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls’ – and the voice of the feminine on the planet.

It will promote climate change equality by amplifying the voices and power of global women and mothers.

The purpose of the initiative is to set sufficiently restorative and regenerative goals that can rapidly accelerate progress for climate change mitigation.

‘We are confronting global challenges like never before. The path forward depends on incorporating the power of women, coming together to join efforts and innovate new solutions to take us forward.

‘By calling on all women to publicly share goals aligned with a heart-centered framework of regeneration and restoration for the planet, we can accelerate progress on climate commitments and deliver transformational change.

‘The role of women as champions for nature and the feminine principles of community, care and nurture of future generations will be critical in mainstreaming ambitious policies for climate resilience.’

DIANNE DAIN
COPXX co-founder and WHF chief innovation officer

The COPXX lineup

With support from the World Humanitarian Forum, the aim of COPXX is to enable the world’s women to embrace ambitious goals and advance the integration of SDG 5 into core business management, government policies and information technology landscapes as they relate to climate change mitigation.

Joining the COPXX launch at the World Humanitarian Forum are co-founders Jarvis Smith, co-founder of My Green Pod and Dianne Dain, chief innovation officer at WHF; HE Aisha Babangida, chair of Better Life for Africa Rural Woman; Sergio Fernandez de Cordova, chair of Pvblic; Salem Avan, director of UN-OICT; Emily Cromwell, sustainability director at Deloitte and Antoinette Gallifrey, co-founder of She Changes Climate.

Building back better

COPXX is being launched with support of the World Humanitarian Forum and will be discussed at the World Humanitarian Forum’s annual event today (20 May 2021) at 10:40 BST.

The goal of the World Humanitarian Forum is to advance critical global discussions and transform conversations into action, while providing a forum to catalyse collaboration through shared-value approaches and social impact objectives.

This year’s event focuses on building back better with a greater equality that leaves no one behind.

Click here to access the live event.

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