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Partnership for Greater Accountability

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Partnership for Greater Accountability

Partnership for Greater Accountability: How governments, civil society and companies can collaborate to achieve ethical supply chains

Natural Thinking – A series of ‘big ideas’ talks

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Natural Thinking – A series of ‘big ideas’ talks

  1. "Peatlands as a nature-based solution for global climate action (Svenja Schulze, Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany)
  2. Peatlands for a 1.5 Degree Future (H.E. Siti Nurbaya, Minister of Environment and Forests, Government of Indonesia)
  3. Soil Carbon World Tour (Deborah Bossio, The Nature Conservancy)
  4. 1000 Landscapes for 1 Billion People: Radical Collaboration to Regenerate Food Systems and Ecosystems (Sara J.

Leading the Way: Indigenous peoples, sustainable agriculture, and food systems for climate resilience

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Leading the Way: Indigenous peoples, sustainable agriculture, and food systems for climate resilience

Several international bodies, including the Center for Biological Diversity and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, have recognized the importance respecting the rights of Indigenous Peoples as a fundamental precept to develop meaningful and effective responses to Climate Change.

Laudato Si' in the Amazon: People, church, science

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Laudato Si' in the Amazon: People, church, science

Nature is 30 percent of the solution to global climate change and the Amazon rainforest is a big part. Amazonia is vital to life on Earth and key to the planet’s climate crisis. If we don’t take action against climate change, if we don’t protect Amazonia, nothing else will matter.

Nature-Based Solutions in China: Best practices and the way forward

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Nature-Based Solutions in China: Best practices and the way forward

"Nature" is not only the "victim" of climate change, but also an "important frontline" to cope with climate change. As a comprehensive means for mitigation and adaptation and guided by the idea of ecological civilization and harmony between human and nature, Nature-based Solutions (NBS) seeks to effectively cope with climate change and achieve related Sustainable Development Goals by fostering a development pattern based on respect for nature and green development, by following nature’s ways and preserving nature.

Accelerating Nature-Based Solutions for Adaptation Across Sectors

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Accelerating Nature-Based Solutions for Adaptation Across Sectors

This event will bring in the perspectives of different sectors that are using nature-based solutions (NBS) for adaptation with a goal of sharing practice and identifying ways to scale up. In a Moderated Talk Show set in the year 2050, we will provoke sector reps ideas on what measures are needed to advance NBS at scale. The creative conversations and ideas shared will challenge participants to think about the scale of climate impacts that are on the horizon and therefore the need for bold and transformative steps to build adaptive capacity using NBS.

Moving Forward the Idea of a Great Green Wall of Cities Against Climate Change

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Moving Forward the Idea of a Great Green Wall of Cities Against Climate Change

Climate change increases exposure of city-regions to droughts, heatwaves, extreme winds, floods and landslides, affecting hundreds of millions of people. Forest-based solutions (FBS) helped strengthen cities' resilience and support sustainable urban development. They support climate change adaptation by cooling the environment, protecting soils, preserving watersheds and supplying forest products to urban dwellers.

Future of Cerrado - Collective efforts to insure a carbon positive, biodiverse, productive and profitable landscape

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Future of Cerrado - Collective efforts to insure a carbon positive, biodiverse, productive and profitable landscape

BY INVITATION ONLY

This is your opportunity to take part in a collaborative discussion on how multi-stakeholder action at both the regional and global levels can insure the future of Cerrado, the world's richest savannah. This event will introduce and provide background information on unique opportunities to transform the Cerrado into a productive and profitable sustainable landscape. The event will debate the role business communities can play in protecting and developing the Cerrado sustianably.

A Planetary Emergency Call to Action

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A Planetary Emergency Call to Action

A Planetary Emergency Call to Action: Seizing the opportunity and emerging from emergency

Mobilizing for Climate & Ecological Justice: In conversation with the youth 'Juliana' Plaintiffs

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Mobilizing for Climate & Ecological Justice: In conversation with the youth 'Juliana' Plaintiffs

In 2015, 21 young people filed a constitutional climate lawsuit, Juliana v. United States, against the U.S. government. These young people argue that the government, through its refusal to mitigate climate change and its devastating effects, has violated their constitutional and inalienable rights to life, liberty and property as the youngest generation, whilst also failing to protect essential public resources. This ongoing case, also known as 'Youth v.