CLIMATE CHANGE CAMPAIGN COP21
The Green Economics Institute Delegation to COP 21
We had our own delegation to COP Kyoto Climate Conference COP 21 in December 2015 in Paris and were very active at the conference
Nominations will be open shortly if you wish to attend COP22 in Marakesh in November 2016, and we will be sending them to the UNFCC for our delegation and we will shortly know who has been authorised to attend. We will be pressing for a solution to be found and a global agreement. We want to have 1.5 tonnes of carbon per person ideally in the not too distant future to try to roll back the tide of climate change, warming and sea level rise. We have had a delegation every year since COP15. We runn Pre COP Climate Change Events shortly before each one, so please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest and to reserve a place and we will issue more details shortly
Report -9th December 2014
A) the climate finance challenge as private Actors should be the main Actors of the investment process while the governments lead the negotiations B) the educational challenge both between children. Young people and professionals in order to improve learning and teaching for environment and disasters Risk reduction. The role of UNICEF and UNESCO was highlighted
C) the investment challenge for promoting a los carbono economy. A delegate from Oecd said that the problemas is not technology but policy as ut seems to be a desarticulation between the ministry of environment and the ministries of economy and finance.
My general impressionante is that the general critique relies on the lack of articulation between governments and the private sector in order to promote changes in investment patterns and education towards a green economy
Report by Professor Maria Madi in Lima Peru at Cop 20.
The Green Economics Insitute is leading a delegation to COP 20 Kyoto Climate Change Conference in Lima Peru, our Head of Delegation is Michelle S Gale de Oliveira our Director, with Professor Peter Yang from the USA and China with Professor Graciela Chichilnisky, creator of the Carbon Market in the Kyoto Protocol and Kanupriya Bagat from India. In our international and multicultural delegation there will be people from all corners of the world, as well as many experts and Professors and activists and scientists, specialists in environmental impact assessment, award winning economists of all kinds, Brazilians, Americans from the north and the south. Worlds First Solar Flight
The COP 17 Kyoto Climate Conference finished with an urgent need to reach agreement for a successor to the Kyoto Protocol. Please ensure you ask your representatives at all levels, local, regional and national and international government to ensure they are pressing for this to happen!
Hurricanne Sandy and a $20 billion bill: The economics footprint of climate change.
Factor it into your calculations and ensure your teachers, politicians and government does too
The Green Economics Institute is thinking about the people of America suffering from the worst storm for years. The increase in storms of this kind is a footprint of climate change and yet in the election campaign neither side are even mentioning this important issue
There is a COP 20 Kyoto Conference now in Peru for which we are registered at the Institute. This episode of climate change will cost a reputed $60 billion and so no account of economics can be complete without factoring in what is happening to the climate. Please ensure you keep this in mind if you are an economist or in government and when voting.
Without any climate Treaty- the world will absolutely have to go for rationing of CO2. The choice is stark - with the warmest winter on record and droughts in Africa and unprecedented global weather patterns, melting Polar Ice Caps, no snow in the Alpine resorts- how much more evidence do people need to see what is happening all around the planet?
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We are also launching special issue of the journal - specially on climate change with a range of top experts, including the author of the nobel prize winning IPCC report and Kyoto, as well as in the same series an article by Lord Nicholas Stern author of the Stern Review. Top economists and specialists in energy industry structure, wind solar oil, and many others, as well as ways of remodelling the macro economy and assessment of climate change policy articles are all featured.
If you would like to find out more about our delegation and to support our climate change work and also if you would like to invite us to speak at your side event please email email@example.com
The Green Economics Institute had a delegation to the Paris COP 21 Conference of the UNFCC in 2015.
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