The Green Zone is a space at COP25 so that they can express themselves in an interactive, participatory and inclusive way in everything related to climate action. Daily activities are related to the topics addressed in the Blue Zone of COP25, with the intention of connecting the two spaces.
The Green Zone occupies pavilion 1 and occupies about 3,000 m2 of the Madrid Fair, it is a citizen space with which Spain wants to contribute to facilitate the participation of all civil society by creating environmental awareness. The activities are based on fair transition, health, gender, sustainable finance, innovation, forests, science and climate change or nature-based solutions.
The Green Zone will have 7 different spaces:
• Ágora: It will have an area of 600 m2 with capacity for about 250 people. Here will be the turquoise space, an interconnection point between the green zone and the blue zone where the most relevant events that occur in the blue zone will be broadcast to establish a dialogue and that civil society in the green zone can open the debate and its message can be received
• Climate sector action: space where COP25 sponsors will be present, who will have a non-commercial exhibition space for activities and services linked to the topics that the Summit will address.
• Civil society: space where various cultural and participatory activities will take place.
• Young people: in this area the activities most related to educational and awareness topics will take place.
• Innovation and Science: managed directly by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities, the advances in innovation in the fight against climate change will be shown.
• Mare Nostrum: led by Spain, will serve as a showcase for the presentation of projects and debate. This space will be mainly nourished by activities and contents of the different public institutions of the State.
• Original Peoples: a space led by Chile that will promote the encounter and participation of the Original Peoples of Chile in the global climate change strategy.