The 47th G7 Summit took place in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on the 11th -13th of June 2021.

Following a competitive tender process, the Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office (FCDO) appointed Identity to deliver the three-day world summit. The event saw prime minister Boris Johnson, leaders of G7 nations, the EU and guest countries discuss key environmental issues to devise a plan of action moving forward.

The summit saw world leaders discussing the global recovery from the coronavirus pandemic while strengthening resilience against future pandemics; promoting future prosperity by championing free and fair trade; tackling climate change and preserving the planet’s biodiversity; and championing global shared values.

The event was one of the first major international summits to take place since the pandemic, heralding the long-awaited return to live events.

Find out what it took to deliver the event hosted by the UK Government amidst the challenges of a global pandemic, whilst ensuring sustainability was at the forefront of each aspect of the G7 Summit.