Wilton Park convenes high-level dialogues and events to drive climate action and ambition, which included supporting the UK’s COP26 Presidency. Wilton Park works with its global network of climate change stakeholders comprising of governments, climate non governmental organisations (NGOs), international organisations, think tanks, foundations, multilateral bodies, and civil society organisations.
Wilton Park’s work focuses on supporting the UK’s diplomatic efforts to ensure a successful United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) process. Core discussions focus on the topics of climate change mitigation, adaptation and resilience, clean energy, energy security and energy diplomacy, nature-based solutions to climate change, and green finance.
Sustainable development and the environment
Wilton Park works with an array of partners including governments, NGOs, foundations, academia, and the private sector to support the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
Wilton Park works extensively across all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including but not limited to dialogues on poverty reduction, education, gender equality, health, climate and reducing conflict. Discussions also focus on the future nature of ‘aid’ and how the international community can respond better to global challenges. Environment work spans across protecting life on land and life below water, from illegal wildlife trade to clean oceans.
We are committed to supporting our partners help the most vulnerable on the pathway to achieving the SDGs.