BIODIVERSITY & CLIMATE ACTION
Climate AID World Forum is governed by the non-profit wildlife conservation organisation The Perfect World Foundation
The Scandinavian non-profit organization The Perfect World Foundation’s main focus is to aid wildlife and nature in crisis, all around the world.
The organization’s honorary award, The Perfect World Award, is one of the most prestigious conservation awards and is presented annually to a person who has made a significant contribution to the conservation of our natural world. Among past award recipients are Greta Thunberg, David Attenborough, Dr Sylvia Earle, Dr Jane Goodall. In September 2021, Prince Albert II of Monaco will be the eight conservationist to be honored with the award.
Over the years, the public’s interest in getting the opportunity to listen to the award winners has increased and this interest has inspired the creation of a Climate Conference.
In 2018, during The Perfect World Foundation’s Climate AID Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, keynote speakers such as Sir David Attenborough and Dr Rajendra Pachauri, former Chairman of IPCC*, agreed on the need of a climate forum focused on action, with a Nordic identity.
This insight became the start of Climate AID World Forum, an inclusive 365-days-a-year platform, launching in 2021 and with a sharp deadline in 2030. The Forum’s aim is to put the urgency for action in the spotlight, and collectively make an impact for change, during these historically crucial years.
Several activities will take place in connection to the Forum, both live and online, focusing on education, innovation, and communication. The Forum will have a yearly Flagship Event with 100% focus on Climate, followed by
a global event series, also both live and online.
*Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change