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Cohering Policies

12.12.18 | Viðburður
Cohering Policies
The Paris Agreement was a milestone for climate advocates and policies, but all nations need to rise to the challenge and increase their climate ambitions in order to meet the agreed upon goals. The extreme weather events during the summer of 2018 and the increasing number of climate refugees indicate that today, climate change is one of the greatest threats to global security. But agreements such as the Paris Agreement give hope by showing that the world is capable of working together.


09:30 - 21:00

Nordic Pavilion, H 14


9:30 - 10:00 Morning Talk with Michael Tetzschner

Michael Tetzschner, President of the Nordic Council

10:30 - 11:30 Climate (in)security

In the past years, the world has experienced unprecedented climate fluctuations, which have posed a threat to our societies. In many places in the world conflict and climate change consequences are inherently connected to one and other. The side-event brings together experts, politicians and academia to address climate-related security issues.

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11:45 - 12:25 Live Think Nordic Podcast Recording with Isabella Lövin, David Nabarro and Mari Hasle Einang

How can we eat our way to a green and healthy future? 

Live Think Nordic podcast recording featuring

  • Isabella Lövin, Swedish Minister for International Development Cooperation and Climate, Deputy Prime Minister
  • David Nabarro, Strategic Director, 4SD, Curator of Food Systems Dialogues
  • Mari Hasle Einang, Youth Delegate, Changemaker Norway

13:00 - 14:00 Climate Change, Biodiversity and Human Well-being

Biodiversity is affected by climate change, with negative consequences for human well-being, but biodiversity, through the ecosystem services it supports, also makes an important contribution to both climate-change mitigation and adaptation. However, the interconnection between climate change and biodiversity is not widely discussed from a policy and implementation perspective and it can be challenging for the private sector, the consumers and policy makers to understand.

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14:30 - 15:30 The Private Sector in the Spotlight

Are all companies guilty of heavy carbon footprints or are they changing course? Let the politicians do the asking and find out, when the representatives of the largest European companies are placed in the spotlight.

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16:00 - 17:00 One Step Ahead – Collaboration and Partnerships

At this very moment a new collaborative program for environment and climate (2019-2024) is being decided upon. The program addresses 5 main topics; circular economy, climate and air, chemicals, biological diversity and ocean and coasts. The aim of this event to is show the Nordic region as a frontrunner when it comes to thinking, finding solutions and working together across borders.

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17:00 - 17:30 Afternoon Brief with Simangele Msweli, Joao Henrique Cerqueira and Frida Eningsjö

  • Simangele Msweli, Youth Representative, South Africa
  • Frida Eningsjö, World YMCA

17:30 - 19:00 How to Accelerate Change? Parliamentarians Challenged by Youth

The role of parliamentarians and youth in climate policy and legislation development is the thematic focus of the event. Youth will challenge parliamentarians on how to increase level of ambitions and the next steps in combating climate change and keeping the temperature below 2 degrees. Additionally, parliamentarians and youth will exchange best-practices engaging in decision-making processes.

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19:00 Reception

The reception is a place for parliamentarians from all over the world to meet, discuss matters together and enjoy refreshments.

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