Sharm El-Sheikh - Egypt
6-18 November 2022
International standards are a critical tool for transforming climate commitments into effective action. Policy makers, stakeholders: Connect with ISO at COP27 to leverage the potential of standards!
Mark your calendar:
Connect with us at COP27
Visit our pavilions
When: 6 - 18 November
Where: Green Zone (Hall E2, No Y34) and Blue Zone (Zone H, No P133)
Let us know if you will be attending COP27 and if you would like to consider collaborating with ISO or contact us for more information.
Shared priorities: collaboration, mitigation, adaptation, and finance
The priorities set for COP27 by the host, as well as COP27's overarching theme, Together for implementation, resonate strongly with ISO's vision for international standards supporting climate action. ISO will encourage international and national decision-makers to engage further with ISO and its members on these priorities: collaboration, climate change mitigation, adaptation and sustainable finance.
Fostering collaborative climate action
Collaboration is at the heart of what ISO does. Our delegation at COP27 will be strengthening and exploring partnerships with a view to build on existing climate aligned standards and inspire new ones. Policy makers as well as non-state actors interested in knowing more about the role of standards in climate action or willing to contribute their expertise to ISO's work are invited to meet us there.
ISO resources for COP27
- This brochure introduces the ISO 1409x series designed to assess the impacts of climate change and put in place measures for effective adaptation.
- Once a fringe investment, green and sustainable finance is fast gaining interest among investors worldwide. So what exactly are these types of investment, and why do we need them?
The 2022 UN Climate Change Conference or COP27 is organized by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and hosted by the government of Egypt. ISO and its members will be there to showcase how standards contribute to the implementation of international and national climate policies.