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ClimateVision: A Role-play Game

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ClimateVision: A Role-play Game

ClimateVision: A Model-UN Style Role-play Game on Reducing and Removing Carbon

Presented by the Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative (C2G) and Climate Interactive

Reducing emissions is hard enough, but to reach net zero emissions and beyond the IPCC says we also need to remove billions of tonnes of CO2 already in the air. How would we do that? What strategy would you choose to bring down temperatures, in ways that are safe and fair? One thing’s for sure: no one approach is enough, and all could have unexpected consequences…

Altering the Climate (2)

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Altering the Climate (2)

Altering the Climate: Youth and the Tough Decisions Ahead (2)

Presented by the Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative (C2G) and the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre

Some scientists suggest we could spray the stratosphere to help lower global temperatures. Critics say that’s a crazy idea, and much too dangerous to contemplate. Who decides, and how? How would we govern these technologies? What role should young people play in these decisions, now, and over the decades?

North & South: Two indigenous leaders share their perspectives on nature, forests and climate

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North & South: Two indigenous leaders share their perspectives on nature, forests and climate

People’s perspectives are often transformed by others through storytelling. Stories provide an opportunity to empathize with and better understand difficult or uncomfortable subjects.

Consultation on the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021-2030)

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Consultation on the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021-2030)

The UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration 2021-2030 was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) as resolution A/RES/73/284 on 1st March 2019, following the invitation to the General Assembly by the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity at its fourteenth meeting, in its decisions 14/30.

Meet the Equator Prize 2019 Winners

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Meet the Equator Prize 2019 Winners

Meet this year’s inspiring Equator Prize winners in this informal Meet & Greet at Nature’s Climate Hub! A few of the winners will briefly present the impact of their organization’s work, and explain how they contribute to the protection, sustainable management, and restoration of the forests we all need to avert the climate crisis.

Tribes on the Edge, A Documentary by Céline Cousteau

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Tribes on the Edge, A Documentary by Céline Cousteau

Tribes on the Edge is a documentary produced by CauseCentric Productions, directed, produced, and co-written by Céline Cousteau. The film explores the timely topics of land threats, health crises, and human rights issues of the indigenous peoples of the Vale do Javari in the Brazilian Amazon, demonstrating that the survival of these communities is critical to the planet’s fight against climate change. This is a story that exemplifies the founding principles of Nature’s Climate Hub as it invokes the critical importance of respect and care – for land, culture, and humanity.

Indigenuity: Unlocking Indigenous Solutions to the Climate Crisis

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Indigenuity: Unlocking Indigenous Solutions to the Climate Crisis

Underpinning our climate crisis is a societal belief that economic growth at all costs is acceptable and that any negative long-term impacts of this approach can be ameliorated through future ingenuity. The world needs both concrete solutions to immediate threats as well as a paradigm shift to embrace greater relationship and responsibility to the natural world and future generations. Both of these can be found in Indigenous approaches to lands and waters stewardship.

New York Declaration on Forests' 5-year Anniversary

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New York Declaration on Forests' 5-year Anniversary

Five years ago, a historic coalition of governments, companies, indigenous peoples and local communities (IPLCs), and civil society organizations pledged in the NYDF to work together to end deforestation by 2030. Unfortunately, the world is not on track to meet the 2020 or 2030 targets of the NYDF, with deforestation on the rise across the globe.

New Forest Landscape restoration Initiative in Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia to Unlock Climate Action

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New Forest Landscape restoration Initiative in Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia to Unlock Climate Action

Forest landscape restoration (FLR) is a Nature-based Solution that delivers mitigation and adaptation outcomes. It is at the crux of global goals such as the Bonn Challenge, SDGs, Paris Agreement, and Land Degradation Neutrality. Multiple efforts are underway to mainstream FLR within land and forest-based targets in Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) by facilitating action on the ground and raising ambition for the next round of NDC submissions.

Using Spatial Data to Advance Nature-Based Solutions for Climate Change

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Using Spatial Data to Advance Nature-Based Solutions for Climate Change

How can we ensure that stakeholders at the local, national, and international levels take action for nature and climate using cutting-edge science? This session will provide a sampling of tools and platforms that provide access to spatial data to support forest monitoring and conservation planning.