It is the midway point in week one for Resilience Frontiers – a new cross-agency initiative – that is brainstorming how the world can effectively operate beyond 2030.

Launched during this week’s NAP Expo, part of the Korea Global Adaptation week in Songdo, the first phase is all about disruptive brainstorming; giving those gathered limitless mind space to explore the types of futures that will create a world which is nourishing for all, while being robust enough to thrive in the face of climate change.

Today the focus was on challenging assumptions, addressing systemic biases, and generating questions, to identify areas of value and opportunity – based on what was identified over the last couple of days. Team activities, stretching, learning and creating – along the next stage of the discovery process of – was the order of the day.

We’ll bring you the key outcomes from this early stage incarnation of what promises to be an and important and impactful new platform in the fight to deliver a sustainable future for humanity, with videos and key takeaways from Resilience Frontiers. Sign up for our updates to get it all straight to your inbox.

Resilience Frontiers is an interagency effort undertaken by the UNFCCC secretariat in collaboration with Canada’s International Development Research Centre, EIT Climate-KIC, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the Global Water Partnership, the Green Climate Fund, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, the United Nations Environment Programme, and the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs