The 27th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP27) to the UNFCCC will convene in Egypt in November 2022. The summit will be crucial if the world is to limit global heating to 1.5C as originally intended.

After Goals House appeared on the most significant scale yet at COP26, key dialogues will continue in Egypt ranging from the role of collaboration in transitioning to a low-carbon economy, to the importance of revolutionising supply chains to tackle the climate crisis. Goals House programming will also see leading CSOs from some of the world’s largest organisations once again convene as part of the S30.

Key dialogues taking place in Egypt and around the world are crucial in the quest to keep international carbon targets in line with the Paris Agreement and Goals House at COP27 will play host to these important conversations as we seek meaningful progress toward SDG13 – Climate Action.

You can access all event recordings below, via our YouTube channel



Goals House COP has hosted an array of hugely influential figures across a variety of sectors, including the following:

Alexander De Croo, Prime Minister of Belgium; Anil Soni, CEO, WHO Foundation; Anne Finucane, Vice Chairman, Bank of America and Chair of Bank of America Europe; Astro Teller, Scientist; Bill McDonough, Designer; Brian Moynihan, CEO, Bank of America; Carmine Di Sibio, CEO, EY; Celine Herweijer, CSO, HSBC; Charlie Nunn, Executive Director and Group Chief Executive of Lloyds Banking Group; Chief Ninawa Huni Kuin, from the Amazon (Acre, Brazil); Christiana Figueres, Architect of the 2015 Paris Agreement; Dr Hayat Sindi, Medical Scientist; Ertharin Cousin, Former Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme; Eva Kruse, Executive, Pangaia; Ezgi Barcenas, CSO, AB InBev; Gail Gallie, Co-founder, Project Everyone; Gary White, CEO and Co-Founder,; Grant Reid, President & CEO of Mars; Greg Jackson, CEO, Octopus Energy; HRH Princess Eugenie; Jack Harries, Alice Aedy & Finn Harries, YouTube Climate Activists; Jacky Wright, Chief Digital Officer at Microsoft; James Harding, Co-founder of Tortoise Media; Jeremy Oppenheimer, Founder and Managing Partner of SYSTEMIQ; Jesper Brodin, President and CEO of Ingka Group; Jim Andrew, CSO, PepsiCo; Jules Kortenhorst, CEO, RMI; Kara Hurst, Vice President, Amazon; Kate Barton, EY Global Vice Chair; Kristina Kloberdanz, CSO, Mastercard; Laurene Powell Jobs, Founder of Emerson Collective; Laxman Narasimhan, CEO, Reckitt; Leonardo DiCaprio; Lily Cole; Marc Bolland, Chairman, Marks & Spencer; Mariella Frostrup, Broadcaster; Matthias Berninger, SVP Public Affairs & Sustainability, Bayer; Mayor Sadiq Khan; Minister Lee White, Government of Gabon; Nadja Swarovski; Nico Rosberg, Former Formular One Driver; Noel Kinder, CSO, Nike; Noel Quinn, CEO, HSBC; Pascal Soriot, CEO, AstraZeneca; Patrick Holden, founder of The Sustainable Food Trust; Patti Harris, CEO Bloomberg; Paulette Frank, CSO, Johnson & Johnson; Peter Bakker, President & CEO, WBCSD; Peter Seligmann, Chairman of Conservation International; Pham Minh Chinh, Prime Minister of Vietnam; Prof Johan Rockstrom; Ramon Laguarta, CEO, PepsiCo; Rebecca Marmot, CSO, Unilever; Robin Watson, CEO, Wood Group; Rt Hon Therese Coffey, MP; Ruth Porat, CFO, Alphabet; Sabrina Dhowre Elba; Secretary John Kerry; Sir Jony Ive; Stella McCartney; Steve Varley, EY Global Vice Chair; Suzanne DiBianca, CIO, Salesforce; Tania Bryer, Broadcaster, CNBC; Tim Davie, Director-General of the BBC; Tim Smit, Founder, Eden Project; Tom Goldtooth, Activist