Organizations seeking to raise profile at COP28, the UN climate summit, can partner with ProVeg International


Companies and NGOs can increase recognition and visibility during COP28 in Dubai

Companies and NGOs seeking to raise their profile among global sustainability leaders have the opportunity to be present on the ground at this year’s COP28 climate summit by partnering with food awareness organization, ProVeg International.

COP28 will see leaders from nearly 200 countries gather to help advance efforts to tackle climate change and environmental degradation and ProVeg will be uniquely positioned to help organizations increase their visibility and recognition among those leaders at the hotly anticipated event.

Taking place from 30 November to 12 December this year, ProVeg will be hosting delegates at its Pavilion which focuses on how transitioning to plant-rich diets can play a huge role in tackling climate change. 

The Pavilion will serve as a space to host events, as well as provide a showcase for expert discussions and facilitate engagement with a diverse group of COP stakeholders on topics such as agricultural climate mitigation and adaptation solutions. 

The benefits of being a partner

Pavilion partners will benefit from increased recognition and visibility during COP28 – both offsite and onsite – and will have opportunities to speak about food system transformation and the climate impact of our diet. 

“Partners are also invited to provide input on events and discussions that could be included in the Pavilion programme,” Juliette Tronchon, Senior Policy and Public Affairs Specialist at ProVeg said.

“Depending on your organisation’s desired level of involvement, there are plenty of other opportunities you might consider as well,” Tronchon said.

The launch of the Pavilion at COP27 last year, alongside other food system Pavilions, was groundbreaking because it signified recognition at UN-level of the relationship between climate change and food production. 

ProVeg International is gearing up to build on the success of last year’s Pavilion and further emphasize the need to make the shift towards plant-rich diets, adopt sustainable and resilient agricultural practices, and reduce food loss and waste.

Current partners

A total of 15 partner organizations have already signed up to join ProVeg at its Pavilion, including: World Animal Protection, A Well-Fed World, Humane Society International, the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation, Four Paws, Food Tank, Mercy For Animals, the Jeremy Coller Foundation, Compassion in World Farming, Upfield, Impossible Foods, the MENA Youth Network, Young Professionals for Agricultural Development, the International Association of Students in Agricultural and Related Sciences, and the YOUNGO Food and Agriculture Working Group.

To become a partner, please contact [email protected] and [email protected] to find out more.


Notes to Editors

For media inquiries, email Peter Rixon at [email protected]

About ProVeg International

ProVeg International is a food awareness organization working to transform the global food system by replacing 50% of animal products globally with plant-based and cultivated foods by 2040.

eg engages with all relevant stakeholders to create a food system where everyone chooses delicious and healthy food that is good for all humans, animals, and our planet.

ProVeg has received the United Nations’ Momentum for Change Award and works closely with key UN food and environment agencies. We have observer status with the UNFCCC and the IPCC, special consultative status with ECOSOC, and are accredited for UNEA.

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