A City of Mangrove: A Natural Connection Between Biodiversity and Climate
Sharm El-Sheikh is the ideal destination to host an inclusive and sustainable COP. Sharm El-Sheikh has been committed to the green transformation having achieved major strides in the adoption of sustainable accommodation, transportation, energy, waste management and tourism operations.
Sharm El-Sheikh has demonstrated a proven track record of hosting international events and conferences, such as the Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNODC) and the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP14).
Surrounded by two spectacular protected areas, Sharm El-Sheikh is a location that will inspire attendees to tackle climate change and protect the planet. A collection of pristine fringing reefs, an abundance of marine life nestled between the jagged Sinai mountains provide endless exploration. In Sharm El-Sheikh, you can explore some of Egypt’s most unique natural environments, both above and underwater, all the while contributing towards the conservation of these habitats and enhancement of local livelihoods.
Protecting the health of both the participants at COP27 and the local community of Sharm El-Sheikh will be our utmost priority as the event is being planned, with all safety precautions explored to ensure this.