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Date(s) - 09/05/2021
Maintaining Momentum in Climate Change Leadership: Networking and energizing Conference Hub bringing together policy makers, academics, campaigners, writers & scientists.
Blending science narratives, knowledge and information for policy makers, campaigners and media. Passing on Research and academia scientific knowledge to the public. Advancing human and public knowledge.
Predicting and modeling the changing climate conditions. Explain how climate change is happening and how humans are responsible. Solutions to the climate challenge with science and technology.
Interpreting climate modelling, and how to make the right conclusions from models and how to understand the data results. Including human induced activities effects and acceleration of trends and exacerbate physical effects of human induced climate change.
Join us for a day of (virtual) panels, discussions and exhibition stands bringing together a variety of climate change actors, as we work together to ensure that climate stays top of everyone’s agenda United Nations UNFCCCs COP26.
We build on our recent partner event as the response has been overwhelming and many people who attended have asked to do more with us. We will explore the nature of what we can do together and network more in this exciting event.
Blending science narratives, knowledge and information for policy makers and media.
With the need for immediate climate action stronger than ever, we are bringing together actors from civil society, politics, activism, and academia to determine what climate leadership looks like in 2020 and what strategies, messages, and objectives will propel us forward.
This conference will act as a climate networking event – with exchanges across a variety of different thinkers, topics, and backgrounds, in order to provide everyone with resources and connections in the run up to the United Nations Conferences in 2021 and to the SB52 and Bonn Conferences and COP26 Glasgow 2021, and further climate negotiations
We will also IPBES Conferences on the devastation of the natural world.
We will look at the effect of the pandemic and also the pandemic on the climate.
The day will include updates from science on the latest earth vital signs and also from anecdotal visits to our teams in different parts of the world and how they are seeing climate impacts locally and we will link to them so particpants can ask questions and see how the impacts are universal and similar in many different parts of the world. We will also consider the effect on peoples and consider climate justice.
Participants can: attend, speak (subject to suitability and space requirements), network, or hold an exhibition stand during the conference. Please email us to discuss your requirements. There will be break out networking sessions and breaks throughout the day, also plenty of interaction and participation and break out rooms.
The Green Economics Institute is also putting together a Book called ‘Climate Justice,’ edited by Irene Garcia from Catalonia in Spain. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more. Details of the book can be found Here.
The Green Economics Institute is also launching a new magazine/diplomatic and policy/ academic and climate networking journal ‘ edited by Miriam Kennet and Professor Maria Madi and the team. Please email email@example.com to find out more. Details of the magazine Climate Science and Diplomacy Magazine can be found .
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To discuss holding an exhibition stand – please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This event will be taking place online via the Zoom videoconferencing platform and is open to all registered participants. Please register here to participate, speak or have an exhibition stand.
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