Three weeks have passed since the IFRC’s virtual Climate:Red summit came to an end. Plenty of time to reflect on our experience, what worked, and what did not work as well as expected. The event offered live interpretation in all four IFRC official languages, an unusual yet critical feature in the digital space for event organisers, the audience, and interpreters alike.
On September 9th and 10th, 2020 we hosted Climate:Red, a major virtual Red Cross and Red Crescent summit focused on Climate and Environmental Crisis.
The winners of the Innovation competition will be announced. We will also unveil the cartoons that have been prepared during the cartoonathon in the Climate:Red Summit, by a range of professional cartoonists reflecting humorously on the challenges we face in addressing the climate crisis.
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We are pleased to announce the finalists and the highly commended projects chosen by the judges for the Climate:Red Innovation Competition.
Virtual climate Summit Climate:Red 9-10 Sept For everyone, everywhere Digital Program Concept Note #STRIVE TOGETHER 2020 “Time to act...
The Red Cross and Red Crescent will be running Climate:RED, a fully virtual climate change summit on 9 – 10 September 2020.
Climate change affects everyone, everywhere. Therefore, we will hold a summit where no country or person is excluded. This will be a summit with no flights. We will accommodate all time zones, and it will run for 30 consecutive hours, so no one will miss out.
As part of this climate change conference, we are launching a Climate:RED Innovation competition, where staff, volunteers and youth from National Societies around the world will be able to submit innovative ideas for climate initiatives.