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COP23 OCEANS IN CRISIS PART 1

MOTHER CHANNEL | COP23 OCEANS IN CRISIS PART 1

Science and Oceans: IPCC Report and Other Developments Margareth S. Copertino, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande (FURG); Hans-Otto Pörtner, Alfred Wegener Institute; Suchana Chavanich, Thailand; Carol Turley, Plymouth Marine Laboratory; Françoise Gaill, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique; Vladimir Ryabinin, UNESCO; Lisa Levin, Distinguished Professor, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Phillip Williamson, University of East Anglia; and Jay ...

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COP 23 CHILD RIGHTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE TWO

MOTHER CHANNEL | COP 23 CHILD RIGHTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE TWO

Mrs Amanda Katili Niode  Head of Expert Team Office of Presidents Special Envoy on Climate change   Indonesia    Manager of Climate Project Indonesia speaks about the programs involving children in forums (now totalling more than 400 in Indonesia) to  encourage them to speak out and get involved in programme ...

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CITIES TRANSITIONING TO LOW CARBON PART TWO

MOTHER CHANNEL | CITIES TRANSITIONING TO LOW CARBON TWO

Climate, Carbon and Cities: Assessing Risk, Transforming Sectors, Building the Future Moderator: Kira Vinke, PIK Speakers: Bambang Susantono, Vice-President, ADB: A Region at Risk: The Human Dimensions of Climate Change in Asia and the Pacific Mr. A. K. Saxena, Senior Fellow & Director, TERI: Enabling Decarbonization of the Power Sector ...

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COP 23 CIRCULAR ECONOMY PART TWO

MOTHER CHANNEL | COP 23 CIRCULAR ECONOMY PART TWO

This side event explores how we can align climate policy, the architecture of the Paris Agreement and climate finance to tap the potential of circular economy concepts, while contributing to the economic development and low-carbon growth ambitions of developing countries. Moderator: Vintura Silva(UNFCCC), Panellists: Jelmer Hoogzaad (Shifting Paradigms), Matthieu Bardout ...

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COP 23 CIRCULAR ECONOMY

MOTHER CHANNEL | COP 23 CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Introduction: Ms Isabelle Durant, Deputy Secretary-General UNCTAD. Segment 1: Introduction to circular economy concepts and how they can contribute to increasing the ambition of collective climate action towards the 1.5⁰C target. Jelmer Hoogzaad (Shifting Paradigms) and Matthieu Bardout (Circle Economy) Effective climate action requires tapping renewable sources of both energy ...

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COP 23 GROUP DISCUSSION HOW TO SAVE THE PLANET

MOTHER CHANNEL | COP 23 GROUP DISCUSSION HOW TO SAVE THE PLANET

Ms. Jennifer Lee Morgan International Executive Director Greenpeace International  Ms. Sharan Leslie Burrow General Secretary International Trade Union Confederation Mr. Daniel Mittler Director, Political and Business Greenpeace International Ms. Rhoda Boateng International Trade Union Confederation Mr. Iwo Los Campaigner Greenpeace Poland Ms. Tatiana Nuno Climate & Energy Campaigner Greenpeace Spain ...

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COP 23 CITIES TRANSITIONING TO CARBON FREE

MOTHER CHANNEL | COP 23 CITIES TRANSITIONING TO CARBON FREE

Climate, Carbon and Cities: Assessing Risk, Transforming Sectors, Building the Future This event, organized by ADB, TERI, and WBGU, explores recent studies on climate impacts in Asia-Pacific, on urban transformations, and on decarbonization in India. We offer insights on how to contribute to the transformation to a low-emissions, resilient and ...

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COP 23 UNICEF CLIMATE CHANGE AND CHILD RIGHTS

MOTHER CHANNEL | COP 23 UNICEF CLIMATE CHANGE AND CHILD RIGHTS

Children are disproportionately vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, but are rarely considered in the development , implementation and monitoring of international and national climate change policies and initiatives. Christine Macalone of Climate Team, Unicef HQ  New York, chairs the meeting and introduces: Kate Gilmore who explores the roles ...

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COP 23 WOMEN’S CLIMATE ACTION NETWORK PART TWO

MOTHER CHANNEL | COP 23 WOMEN'S CLIMATE ACTION NETWORK PART TWO

Patricia  Gualinga comes from a indigenous community in Ecuadorian Amazon of 1,400 people. With an ancient connection to & reverence for their environment born out of a deep understanding of the systems and life which exists within the forests. As custodians the women are intent on protecting them – with ...

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