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Organizer: Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights
It is clear that climate change impacts human rights. Reflecting on real-life experiences and scenarios, this workshop aims to reinforce youth groups’ knowledge of the interlinkages between human rights and climate change, and identify strategies to leverage a rights-based approach to catalyse climate action and adaptation that is fairer and more inclusive.
Organizers: International Energy Agency
The International Energy Agency (IEA)’s World Energy Outlook (WEO) provides critical analysis and insights on trends in energy demand and supply, and what they mean for energy security, environmental protection and economic development.
Organizer: Plymouth Marine Laboratory
High-level speakers and science experts will look to raise ambition for emissions reduction towards achieving the Paris Agreement, followed by a Q&A with the audience.
Organizer: International Hydropower Association / Co-organizers: Costa Rican government
The world cannot achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 without the flexibility and balance that sustainable hydropower provides to clean energy systems. Appointed by representatives of governments, NGOs, hydropower industry, financial institutions and academia, the 2021 San José Declaration on Sustainable Hydropower outlines a new progressive vision for sustainable hydropower to play its best role in the clean energy transition.
JOINT EVENT (Glasgow / Helsinki)
Live from the Nordic Pavilion in Glasgow we give you access to the ongoing negotiations at COP26. In a joint event with the Nordic COP26 Hub in Helsinki we give you a unique opportunity to ask your questions straight to the people in charge. Speaker: Kalistat Lund, Greenlandic minister for Energy and the Environment
Organizer: Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS) / Co-organizers: Accenture (Sweden)
Blue Carbon is instrumental to meet the objectives of the Paris Agreement. Directing the required projects and investments in the Blue Economy requires data, expertise and cross-sectoral partnerships. Solutions in the Nordic region have the potential to catalyze transferable, actionable partnerships for the benefit of the world’s blue ecosystems.
Organizer: NMR HavKli, Nordic Council of Ministers - Ocean and Climate group
The event will discuss findings from the Nordic Blue Carbon project and address the importance of maintaining and strengthening blue forests as carbon sinks.
Organizer: Scottish Government
This workshop will explore the importance of the ocean in the global and north west European climate, the need to ensure we are measuring the strength of ocean currents and the ocean’s properties, and how this information can be incorporated into climate models, climate services and decision-making at national and international levels.
All events will be streamed by We Don’t Have Time and some events will be shown in the NCM channels on YouTube and Facebook.