Ecumene 2022: Global Financial Forum was held in Moscow on September 28-30, 2022.

As a follow-up to the Forum, on November 14, 2022, UN Goodwill Ambassador Viacheslav Fetisov and Gazprombank JSC, with the support of BloomGroup Company and the International and Comparative Law Research Center, organized discussion sessions at the 2022 UN Climate Change Conference (COP27).

In 2022 COP27 took place under the chairmanship of Egypt in the coastal city of Sharm el-Sheikh from November 7 to 18. The goal of the COP27 was to implement actions in line with previous agreements in all areas related to climate change, with a focus on protecting people from the immediate effects of climate change, ensuring that no one was left behind.

The Egyptian Presidency of COP27 pointed to the need first and foremost to meet current financial commitments with a total financial target of $100 billion and a doubling of global adaptation funding, and to adopt overall global financing ambitions to ensure long-term, sustainable, and effective action on climate change.

The agenda emphasized comprehensive actions to combat climate change by further reducing emissions and addressing climate change adaptation to save lives and livelihoods.

COP27 focused on how the world planned to pay for the cost of combating climate change, which is estimated to be $125 trillion by 2050.

The results of all discussion sessions will be sent to the Secretariat of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and to the President of the Russian Federation.

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Discussion Session 1

10 am – 11:30 am MSK / 09 am – 10:30 am Sharm El Sheikh

Energy Transition

Discussion Session 2

12 pm – 1:30 pm MSK / 11 am – 12:30 pm Sharm El Sheikh

Nature-Based Solutions

Discussion Session 3

2 pm – 3:30 pm MSK / 1 pm – 2:30 pm Sharm El Sheikh

Climate Finance


4 pm – 6 pm MSK / 3 pm – 5 pm Sharm El Sheik

Round Table of the UN Association of Russia and UN Global Compact Russia Network Within Ecumene Discussion Club ‘Green Business. Role of Private Sector in Restoring the Dialogue for Climate Agenda Advancement’