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Scheduled Time/Location Organizer Title / theme / speakers Type of events Attachments
Monday,
06 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Kaminzimmer
Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact Foundation (AIPP)
Mr. Lakpa Nuri Sherpa
nuri@aippnet.org
+66 53 343539
FAO/UNDP/UNEP UN-REDD Programme (UN-REDD)
Ms. Elspeth Halverson
elspeth.halverson@undp.org
+1 778 9984757
Forest Peoples' Programme (FPP)
Ms. Helen Tugendhat
helen@forestpeoples.org
+44 7551 493783
The rights, roles and contributions of Indigenous Peoples in NDCs: Experience from Asia
Sharing the findings of an analysis of NDCs in 10 Asian countries, assessing how the rights and contributions of IPs are reflected in national climate commitments, identifying best practices, gaps, and issuing a call to action to recognize IPs as equal partners in efforts to enhance climate ambition

Speakers: -UNDP/UN-REDD Programme - framing analysis -AIPP–sharing the findings of the study - Grassroots/IP community representative – sharing Indigenous solutions - Forest Peoples Programme – sharing recommendations of the study - UNFCCC LCIPP Co-Chair–framing the call for action
 
Monday,
06 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Vladimir Hecl
vhecl@unfccc.int
+49 151 55964919
Implementation of TNAs of developing countries
Sharing experiences and lessons learned from implementation of results of TNAs, including Technology Action Plans, in developing countries, with participation of private sector funding, development banks, and other relevant stakeholders.

Speakers: TNA teams from developing countries, private sectors funders and investors, MDB, academia, and other such as youth and gender communities.
 
Monday,
06 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Bonn
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Miwa Kato
mkato@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151168
Side event of the WIM ExCom
This event will highlight selective thematic work catalyzed by the Warsaw International Mechanism.

Speakers: TBC
 
Monday,
06 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Kaminzimmer
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
Ms. Stephanie Olegario
olegario@ieta.org
+1 416 8188783
European Roundtable on Climate Change and Sustainable Transition (ERCST)
Mr. Andrei Marcu
acmarcu@ercst.org
+32 4 79668061
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
Ms. Sandra Hanni
Sandra.Hanni@iccwbo.org
+33 7 86355519
Infrastructure needs for effective Art. 6 operationalization – A public-private dialogue
The development of an infrastructure to record, track and report Art 6 transactions is a key tool to ensure environmental integrity, support market formation and build public confidence. The event will discuss the state of play within SBSTA, review early experiences and present innovative solutions.

Speakers: Molly Peters-Stanley (United States) Mbaye Diagne (Senegal) Felipe De Leon Denegri (Costa Rica) Neil Cohn (Chia Network) Jacqueline Jakob (KliK Foundation) Marion Verles (SustainCERT) Moderator: Andrei Marcu (ERCST)
 
Monday,
06 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Grant Kirkman
gkirkman@unfccc.int
+49 173 2166342
Needs-based-finance project update
The NBF project was established in response to the request by the COP at its 23rd session and 26th sessions. The project supports developing countries in 12 regions in quantifying their climate finance needs, mobilizing and accessing finance for their mitigation and adaptation priorities.

Speakers: UNFCCC secretariat, LDC Group Chairmanship (tbc), ECOWAS (tbc), EAC (tbc), SADC (tbc), ASEAN (tbc), Bhutan (tbc), Maldives (tbc), OECS (tbc), Arab State (tbc).
 
Monday,
06 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Bonn
Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT)
Mr. Dhanush Dinesh
d.dinesh@cgiar.org
+31 6 16407158
International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (Bioversity)
Ms. Suzy Gemma
s.gemma@cgiar.org
+39 333 4859117
Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions (SACAU)
Mr. Ishmael Sunga
ceo@sacau.org
+27 12 6440808
University of Leeds
Ms. Shona Smith
s.c.smith@leeds.ac.uk
+44 113 3430563
Implementing the Glasgow breakthrough on agriculture
The Glasgow breakthrough on agriculture seeks to ensure that evidence-based climate-smart agriculture is the most attractive and widely adopted option for farmers everywhere. This event seeks to advance the implementation of the breakthrough by mobilizing countries and non-party stakeholders.

Speakers: Ana Maria Loboguerrero, Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT; UK representative; Egypt representative; UAE representative; Lisa Sweet, World Economic Forum; Ishmael Sunga, Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions (SACAU); Andy Challinor, University of Leeds
 
Monday,
06 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
World Animal Protection (WAP)
Mr. David Garrahy
davidgarrahy@worldanimalprotection.org
+32 470 174487
Eurogroup for Animals
Ms. Stephanie Ghislain
s.ghislain@eurogroupforanimals.org
+32 2 7400820
Humane Society International (HSI)
Ms. Stefanie McNerney
smcnerney@hsi.org
+1 202 5702326
A Just Protein Transition for sustainability, biodiversity and the climate.
Current systems of protein production are leading contributors to climate change and the spread of disease, antimicrobial resistance, deforestation & acute animal suffering. Keeping the goal of maximum 1.5 degrees increase necessitates exploring solutions such as a moratorium on factory farms.

Speakers: Steve McIvor, CEO World Animal Protection A member of Denmark or Canada negotiating team Kate Blaszak, Director Sustainable Proteins at Asia Research and Engagement Stephanie Maw - Humane Society International.
 
Monday,
06 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Berlin
Stichting Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA)
Mr. Sanjay Vashist
sanjay@cansouthasia.net
+91 99100 96125
Clean Energy Nepal (CEN)
Mr. Sanjay Vashist
sanjayvashist@gmail.com
+91 99100 96125
Gorakhpur Environmental Action Group (GEAG)
Mr. Nakul Sharma
nakul@cansouthasia.net
+91 97166 47408
Promoting Green Resilient and Inclusive Cities in South Asia
Urbanization in South Asian Nations (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal) has been messy and counterproductive. The Side Event will look into balancing the South Asian Nations either through international Climate Commitments (NDC’s) or as part of their respective Sustainable Development Goals.

Speakers: - Almuth Schauber, Misereor - Nakul Sharma, CANSA - Shriaz Wajih, GEAG - Anikka - CAN International
 
Monday,
06 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Bonn
Care About Climate, Inc
Ms. Natalie Lucas
natalie.r.lucas@gmail.com
+1 928 6007844
Future Leaders Network (FLN)
Ms. Sophie Daud
sophie.daud@futureleaders.network
+44 77 88990041
Fostering an Equitable Climate Space for Youth as International Climate Leaders
This event will foster a dialogue between young leaders to identify policy development opportunities related to the just-implementation of the NDCs and youth participation in climate-diplomacy through capacity-building and action for climate empowerment.

Speakers: Youth Leaders of Care About Climate, African Youth Care About Climate and Initiative on Climate Change Zimbabwe to be decided once the date/time is set as youth availability is determinant on accessibility.
 
Monday,
06 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
Green Climate Fund (GCF)
Mr. Hansol Park
hpark@gcfund.org
+82 10 74586032
GCF-1 progress and prospects towards GCF-2
1) present GCF-1 progress and lessons learned; 2). inform how GCF supports delivery of the UNFCCC and Paris Agreement (NDC implementation and GGA); 3) invite Parties/stakeholders to discuss priorities for strong GCF-2.

Speakers: Representatives from Parties, GCF National Designated Authority, Accredited Entities, UNFCCC Secretariat, Global Environment Facility
 
Monday,
06 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Carlos Ruiz-Garvia
cruizgarvia@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151176
How innovation can boost climate action, strengthen ambition of NDCs and drive their implementation
A Global Innovation Hub has been initiated by the UN Climate Change to boost the effectiveness and scale of climate and sustainability innovation as a driver of more ambitious climate action. The panel will discuss how the Hub can support more ambitious and effective implementation of LT LEDS/NDCs.

Speakers: Keynote: Mr. Pamlin, (DwP, GeSI), Mr. Thioye, (UNFCCC); rep. Chile (TBC); rep. WGEO (TBC); Mr..Diagne (CDM-EB, AEE) (TBC); Mr. Deacon (GCOM); Mr. Nasr, (Egypt , SCF)(TBC).
 
Monday,
06 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Bonn
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Ms. Jinsun Lim
jinsun.lim@iea.org
+33 6 40415667
Pathways for a Secure, Sustainable Africa
The IEA lays out pathways for Africa’s energy system to simultaneously achieve universal access, improved energy security and affordability, and reduce emissions consistent with its climate objectives and increased financial flows from international actors.

Speakers: Presentation by Chief Modeller of the IEA and representative from the African Union Commission, UNECA and NORAD.
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Kaminzimmer
Asociación La Ruta del Clima
Sr. Adrián Martínez Blanco
adrian.martinez@larutadelclima.org
+358 46 5222255
Fundación Sustentabilidad sin Fronteras (SSF)
Mr. Adrian Alberto Martínez Blanco
adrian.martinez@climate4change.org
+358 46 5222255
Unión de Industriales para Saneamiento Cuencas Matanza Riachuelo y Reconquista (UISCUMARR)
Sr. Adrian Alberto Martínez Blanco
adrian.martinezblanco@gmail.com
+358 46 5222255
Loss and Damage in Latin America: community demands for justice
This dialogue will explore the importance of centering loss and damage assessments on the agency and rights of local communities. Lack of data and capacity building will be contrasted with an access rights approach to addressing loss and damage.

Speakers: - Sra.Rapporteur Soledad García Muñoz REDESCA - Organizations of American States - La Ruta del Clima. - Heinrich Boll Foundation. - Centro Nicaraguense de Conservación Ambiental - Sustentabilidad Sin Fronteras - Brot fur die Welt - OXFAM
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Miguel Naranjo
mnaranjogonzalez@unfccc.int
+49 172 4402064
Advancing the Sustainable Development Goals in the context of voluntary climate protection projects
We will showcase how avoiding GHG emissions can be combined with use of carbon markets to drive decarbonization and additional benefits for the achievement of SDGs. Challenges for the voluntary carbon market against the Art. 6 rules will also be discussed.

Speakers: Dr. Olivia Henke, Executive Board Member, Development and Climate Alliance; Dr. Lambert Schneider, Research Coordinator for International Climate Policy Energy & Climate, Oeko-Institut; Juan P Solís – Sr Advisor Climate and Environment, Fairtrade; Cinthia Soto, Advocacy Officer, Wetlands Intl.
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Bonn
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Julia Weatherhogg
jweatherhogg@unfccc.int
+49 331 7896839
CRFS Alliance side event: Catalyzing Climate Resilient Food Systems
As part of the UN Food Systems Summit follow-up actions, the event will provide an opportunity to catalyze partnerships among different actors and stakeholders to accelerate action towards climate resilient, sustainable, equitable and inclusive food systems.

Speakers: Climate Resilient Food Systems (CRFS) Alliance members; Participating countries; questions and comments from the audience.
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Kaminzimmer
Third World Network (TWN)
Ms. Meenakshi raman
meena@twnetwork.org
+60 12 4300042
Developing country views on Road to COP 27
Developing countries will share their views on their priorities and expectations on the road to COP 27

Speakers: Speakers will include developing country negotiators and experts from Third World Network
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Rojina Manandhar
rmanandhar@unfccc.int
+22 881 51633
Advancing adaptation action through knowledge: Nairobi work programme event
The side event will bring together Parties, partners and knowledge users to clarify elements that can feed positively into the NWP stocktake at SBSTA 56. The stocktake will identify ways of strengthening operational & institutional modalities of the NWP for scaling up adaptation action in countries.

Speakers: TBD, but will include NWP expert group members on priority thematic areas of oceans, forests and grasslands, constituted bodies, Party representatives
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Bonn
ProVeg Deutschland e.V.
Mr. Raphael Podselver
raphael.podselver@proveg.com
+49 176 1765687977
Brighter Green, Inc.
Ms. Mia MacDonald
macdonald@brightergreen.org
+1 917 6268702
Compassion in World Farming International (CIWF)
Ms. Eirini Pitsilidi
eirini.pitsilidi@ciwf.org
+44 0 7393925783
The Good Food Institute, Inc.
Ms. Stephanie von Stein
stephaniev@gfi.org
+1 845 5190448
Unlocking the potential of protein diversification to build resilient food systems
The IPCC’s AR6 report recognized the potential of plant-based foods and cellular agriculture to deliver substantial reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, pollution, and land use change. This side event explores government actions needed to create resilient, climate-compatible food systems.

Speakers: Raphael Podselver, ProVeg International; Alice Ravenscroft, GFI; Eirini Pitsilidi, CIWF. Ministries of Environment / Climate + Agriculture: Israel, UAE, Senegal, Singapore or India MP from the UK. Representatives from FAO, UNEP, WHO, World Bank or UNFCCC.
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Kaminzimmer
InterAcademy Partnership (IAP)
Ms. Johanna Mogwitz
johanna.mogwitz@leopoldina.org
+49 171 2156945
Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf)
Mr. Melusi Thwala
melusi@assaf.org.za
+27 12 3496600
Using scientific evidence to mobilise action worldwide on climate change and health
Global and African outputs from a transdisciplinary IAP project emphasise integration of mitigation and adaptation solutions for health across sectors and governance levels. Discussion will explore how to raise visibility and stimulate action on health issues in intergovernmental policy processes.

Speakers: Building on science academies event at COP26, presenters will summarise global and African perspectives. Panellists (from Africa, Asia and Europe) will then discuss how to increase science-policy health focus in national and international climate negotiations, looking ahead to COP27 and COP28.
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Berlin
Institut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales (IDDRI)
Ms. Lola Vallejo
lola.vallejo@iddri.org
+33 1 45497643
CDP Worldwide (CDP)
Ms. Clare Everett
clare.everett@cdp.net
+44 787 135724
Global Climate and Health Alliance, a project of the Social Good Fund (GCHA)
Ms. Jessica Beagley
jess.beagley@climateandhealthalliance.org
+44 7530 854613
An Inclusive GST that Spurs Action: Ambition from Country, Sectoral and Non-State Actor perspectives
For the GST to be implemented on the ground, we have to understand what is needed to accelerate transformations. The global ambition discussion and the GST must therefore go beyond NDCs, engaging non-state actors and examining national and sectoral realities such as transport or health.

Speakers: - Anna Pérez Català (IDDR) - Chukwumerije Okereke (Professor, Alex-Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Nigeria) - Jess Beagley (Global Climate and Health Alliance) - Representative TBC (SLOCAT) - Clare Everett (CDP) - Representative TBC (Institute for Climate and Society, Brazil)
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
International Federation of Medical Students' Associations (IFMSA)
Mr. Mohamed Eissa
lph@ifmsa.org
+2 0 1276590881
Health Workforce for Climate Resilient and Sustainable Health Systems
Contribution of the health workforce, including future ones such as medical students, to increasing the climate resilience and sustainability of the health systems through working on the six building blocks to help committed countries and more ones meet the COP26 Health Programme commitments.

Speakers: Speakers will be contacted from the following organizations, to be confirmed later: -WHO Climate Change and Health Unit -Global Climate and Health Alliance -Health and Climate Network -World Medical Association -International Federation of Medical Students' Associations
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Berlin
Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation
Mr. Steve Chiu
steve_chiu@tzuchi.us
+1 11354 6147079151
Building MENA Climate Resilience Through Engaging Women of Faith in Food Systems Transformation
GlobalOne 2015 and the Faith and Food Coalition will host a dialogue with local women-led grassroot organizations in the MENA region that will address how regenerative and faith inspired solutions grounded in dignity, nature, equity and justice build climate resilience and adaptation.

Speakers: Invited speakers consist of representatives from: AGRA, GlobalOne2015, Faith and Food Coalition, The National Union of Sahrawi Women,Union National des Femmes Algeriennes, and Wefaq Society for Women and Child Care.
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Bonn
Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML)
Ms. Thecla Keizer
tke@pml.ac.uk
+44 7818 402632
International Coastal and Ocean Organization (ICO)
Ms. Miriam Balgos
mbalgos@globaloceanforum.com
+1 302 7539800
Sasakawa Peace Foundation (OPRI-SPF)
Ms. Miko Maekawa
maekawa@spf.or.jp
+81 80 35980216
World Ocean Network (WON)
Mr. Guillaume Lheureux
secretariat@worldoceannetwork.org
+33 0 614325688
Coordination and collaboration on Ocean-based climate actions towards sustainable development
Action-driven transdisciplinary science & cross-sectoral collaboration to strengthen stakeholder & relevant UN bodies cooperation & collaboration to adapt to climate-induced challenges placed on the ocean & improve sustainable development, limit warming to 1.5°C, enhance NDCs & help achieve Net Zero

Speakers: P. Thomson UNSG’s Special Envoy for the ocean*; V. Ryabinin IOC UNESCO*; J. Post UNFCCC*; B. McLean African Union Development Agency/C. Pratt Org. of African, Caribbean & Pacific States*; S. Widdicombe Plymouth Marine Laboratory; I. Gin EU4Ocean Coalition; D. Herr IUCN*; M. Maekawa OPRI-SPF (*=tbc)
Why the ocean matters in climate negotiations [2 Mb]
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Julie Amoroso-Garbin
jamoroso-garbin@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151774
Work of the LEG in supporting the least developed countries on adaptation
The Least Developed Countries Expert Group (LEG) organizes side events during the SB/COP sessions to discuss the experiences and progress made by the least developed countries (LDCs) in addressing adaptation, and the support provided to them.

Speakers: The speakers include: LDC Group Chair, LEG Chair, Country representatives, GCF sec, GEF sec, and reps of UN agencies and organizations providing support to LDCs on national adaptation plans.
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Carlos Ruiz-Garvia
cruizgarvia@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151176
An expanded innovation space for transformative climate solutions
This event will lead discussions on a transformative, need-focused, integrated, and solution-oriented approach to innovation, helping practitioners base climate action pledges and commitments on what science says is needed, as opposed to what is perceived as possible with current technologies.

Speakers: Massamba Thioye, Manager at UNFCCC; Panel: Sandrine Dixson-Declève, President, The Club of Rome (TBC); H.E. Dr. Milciades Concepción, Minister of Environment, Government of Panama (TBC); Caitlin Herren, Director Sustainability Solutions, Amazon (TBC); Kirsten Dunlop, CEO, Climate-KIC
 
Tuesday,
07 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Bonn
Netherlands
Mr. Lucas du Pre
l.r.dupre@minlnv.nl
+31 6 11236467
SNV Netherlands Development Organisation (SNV)
Mr. Harko Koster
climate@snv.org
+31 6 34734087
Stichting Wageningen Research (WR)
Mr. Ivo Demmers
ivo.demmers@wur.nl
+31 6 10179090
Wetlands International
Ms. Cinthia Soto Golcher
cinthia.soto@wetlands.org
+31 6 23342827
Accelerating action in the food, water and climate nexus
Recent evidence points to the need for more integrated approaches to addressing challenges related to food, water and climate change. Through this event, we will present the most recent evidence on this nexus, and set out efforts to take transformative action.

Speakers: Marcel van Nijnatten, Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality, The Netherlands Ayman Amin, Egypt Alison Rusinow, SNV Ivo Demmers, WUR Jane Madgwick, CEO Wetlands International Rene van Hell, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Netherlands
 
Wednesday,
08 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Kaminzimmer
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Boris Ihle
bihle@unfccc.int
+49 178 1967543
The next generation of the IPCC Inventory Software: A key tool to support the ETF implementation
The content will address, among others, software development/enhancement, interoperability, etc. a demo of the new AFOLU and Energy sectors

Speakers: Kiyoto Tanabe, Eduardo Calvo Buendia, Dominique Revet, Sandro Federici, Baasansuren Jamsranjav, Eduard Karapoghosyan, Valentyna Slivinska and Lisa Hanle
 
Wednesday,
08 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Berlin
Green Climate Fund (GCF)
Mr. Hansol Park
hpark@gcfund.org
+82 10 74586032
Long-Term Vision on Complementarity, Coherence, and Collaboration between GCF and GEF
The event aims to present how the two Funds aim to implement the LTV in line with their respective strategic investment plans, supporting the implementation of initiatives in current/future programming strategies.

Speakers: Representatives from Parties, GCF National Designated Authorities, GEF Focal Points, GCF Accredited Entities, GEF Agencies, Secretariats of GEF and GCF
 
Wednesday,
08 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Bonn
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Carlos Ruiz-Garvia
cruizgarvia@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151176
Dialogues on capacity building needs for the implementation of Article 6
Decisions in Glasgow mandates the UNFCCC through RCCs in consultation with parties and bodies (A.6.4SB) to provide capacity building. The event is an opportunity to share information and solicit input on the CB needs to help developing a workplan to support parties in the implementation of Article 6

Speakers: UN Climate Change; RCCs; DNAs; Parties
 
Wednesday,
08 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Kaminzimmer
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Kusum Lata
klata@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151421
The side event in collaboration with ILO on policies to support just transition of workforce
The event will focus on policies to support just transition of workforce. The event will be organized in collaboration with ILO.

Speakers: TBC
 
Wednesday,
08 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Nicolas Muller
nmuller@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151539
Supporting countries in considering and adoption carbon pricing – the CI-ACA experience
The number and range of developing countries considering the adoption of carbon pricing is steadily increasing. This side event is meant to stimulate a discussion around needs and support required for considering carbon pricing in the context of developing countries.

Speakers: Germany/BMU (t.b.c.) James Grabert (t.b.c.) El Hadji Mbaye DIAGNE (t.b.c.) Kishan Kumarsingh (t.b.c.) Hadika Jamshaid (t.b.c.)
 
Wednesday,
08 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Bonn
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Karin Simonson
KSimonson@unfccc.int
+49 151 41679105
Transition to the Enhanced Transparency Framework: An update on key developments
As part of the transition to the ETF, the UNFCCC secretariat will provide an update on recent transparency outcomes and key milestones between now and 2025. Speakers will address reporting tools, review processes, engagement with developing country Parties, and next steps in ETF implementation.

Speakers: Presented by the Transparency Division, UNFCCC secretariat
 
Wednesday,
08 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Kaminzimmer
Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM)
Mr. Aaron Tuckey
aaron.tuckey@swedishepa.se
+46 0 732031956
Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO)
Ms. Lia Oker-Blom
lia.oker-blom@nefco.int
+358 10 618003
Gender focus in Nordic Climate Policies, Carbon Market Mechanisms and Energy Access initiatives
What are the next steps to integrate gender in climate policies, market mechanisms and energy access programmes? The Nordics commit to integrate climate action and gender equality. Gender criteria are prominent dimensions in Nordic Art. 6 work and on-going Energy Access initiatives, incl. the BGFA.

Speakers: All speakers TBC Nordic Gender and Climate focal point UNFCCC; Nordic Council of Ministers representative; UN Women; Nefco; Nordic government representative; Host country representative; NGO / private sector representative
 
Wednesday,
08 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Berlin
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)
Mr. Benjamin Schachter
benjamin.schachter@un.org
+41 78 7445488
Advancing a human rights-based approach to climate finance
This event will highlight human rights obligations related to climate finance, including meaningful and informed participation, as well as related mechanisms such as impact assessments, environmental and social safeguards, and independent grievance mechanisms.

Speakers: A gender-balanced, geographically and experientially diverse panel. Potential speakers include the UN Special Rapporteur on human rights and climate change, representatives of IFIs, bilateral funds, civil society, the UNFCCC LCIPP, the UNFCCC SCF, OHCHR, UNDP, and UNEP (all TBC).
 
Wednesday,
08 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Bonn
European Space Agency (ESA)
Mr. Frank Martin Seifert
frank.martin.seifert@esa.int
+390 6 94180560
Friedrich Schiller University Jena (FSU Jena)
Mr. Martin Herold
herold@gfz-potsdam.de
+49 174 3286479
University of Exeter
Ms. Alissa Haward
a.b.haward@exeter.ac.uk
+44 7917 447656
The Role of Systematic Observations in the Global Stocktake (GST) – from Global to National
We present the report of the Systematic Observations community and the Global Carbon Budget, both submitted to the GST. With stakeholders we show use cases on GHG emissions, the carbon cycle, AFOLU data, adaption and means of implementation, focusing on the Global South and discuss future updates.

Speakers: F.M. Seifert (ESA), M. Herold (GFZ), P. Friedlingstein (Uni Exeter), S. Venturini (GEO), J. Melo (Uni Sheffield) and country representatives of the Global South
 
Wednesday,
08 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
World Wind Energy Association (WWEA)
Mr. Stefan Gsaenger
sg@wwindea.org
+49 175 9401518
International Solar Energy Society e.V. (ISES)
Ms. Jennifer McIntosh
mcintosh@ises.org
+49 761 4590645
World Bioenergy Association (WBA)
Mr. Bharadwaj Kummamuru
bharadwaj.v.kummamuru@worldbioenergy.org
+4 76 7159785
Climate Protection and Energy Security – Two Problems with the same solution: Renewable Energies
The world is facing two crises both related to energy: the climate crisis and the security crisis, manifested in the war in Ukraine. National energy strategies must focus exclusively on all types of renewable sources for achieving low emission energy and energy independence.

Speakers: Speakers will include experts from the renewable energy sector who will present how renewables can be applied domestically securing the energy supply of all countries around the world, without releasing greenhouse gas emissions and allowing countries to achieve good economic conditions.
 
Wednesday,
08 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Berlin
Asian Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW)
Ms. Deepa Chandra
deepa@arrow.org.my
+60 19 2826898
Innovations: Unpacking Climate Change, Gender and SRHR
The event will highlight ARROW’s work on the nexus between climate change and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR)and ARROW’s initiatives on building perspectives, raising awareness, advocacy and capacity strengthening on the intersections of the issues on gender and climate change.

Speakers: ARROW, partners and networks
 
Wednesday,
08 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Bonn
Columbia University
Ms. Alison Rose
arose@iri.columbia.edu
+1 347 2623517
Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN)
Ms. Sithembile Mwamakamba
smwamakamba@fanrpan.org
+27 82 7991382
Stepping up adaptation action in food systems: Actioning findings from IPCC Working Group II
The IPCC Working Group II report has highlighted the ‘adaptation gap’ in food systems. This event will discuss steps to address this gap, which can result in fewer famines, reduced migration, less conflict, and more stable political conditions, which go beyond country borders.

Speakers: Julia Wolf, FAO; Martial Bernoux, FAO; Walter Baethgen, Columbia University; Bruce Campbell, Clim-Eat; Stephanie Heiland, GIZ
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Kaminzimmer
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Ms. Dominique Haleva
dominique.haleva@oecd.org
+33 1 45248283
OECD-IEA CCXG Side Event: Promoting effective outcomes of the global stocktake
Enhanced climate ambition and action is needed, and the GST could help this. While inputs to the GST have been agreed, specific outputs and outcomes have not. This event will discuss recent CCXG analysis to explore how the GST can meet its aims and support the goals of the Paris Agreement.

Speakers: Suggested speakers: Hyunsoo Yun (Republic of Korea, CCXG Chair) Sirini Jeudy-Hugo (OECD/CCXG) Other speakers from different regions/negotiating blocs (tbc once side event is confirmed).
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Berlin
International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA)
Mr. Stefan Thorsell
st@iwgia.org
+45 53 732842
Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC)
Ms. Joanna MacDonald
jmacdonald@inuitcircumpolar.com
+1 613 3551507
Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN)
Mr. Tunga Bhadra Rai
tungarai@hotmail.com
+977 1 9851069718
Organización Nacional de Mujeres Indígenas Andinas y Amazónicas del Perú (ONAMIAP)
Ms. Harlem Marino
hmarinosaavedra@gmail.com
+44 0 7871725326
Recognising contributions of Indigenous Peoples and their knowledge systems in climate governance?
The latest IPCC reports recognise the importance of Indigenous Peoples in global climate action. More is needed to ensure equal and effective participation. At this event, Indigenous knowledge holders will present and discuss rights-focused recommendations for State Parties, the IPCC and the UNFCCC.

Speakers: This event will present a panel of Indigenous women, men and youth from the Arctic, Asia, Africa and Latin America including a member of the Facilitative Working Group of the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform, as well as a representative from the IPCC or from a State Party.
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Bonn
Climate Action Network International (CAN International)
Mr. Andreas Sieber
asieber@climatenetwork.org
+49 179 4956529
Center for Participatory Research and Development (CPRD)
Mr. Md Shamsudohha
doha@cprdbd.org
+88 172925 9491
Shariatpur Development Society (SDS)
Ms. Rushati Das
rushati@cansouthasia.net
+91 9874 458868
Roadmap to bring human rights and climate change to the International Court of Justice
The panel will present the pathway and efforts required to increase resilience ambition at the UNFCCC by bringing climate change to the International Court of Justice. The event will bring together the legal experts and activists from the Pacific and around the world to discuss the strategy.

Speakers: - PM Honourable Bob Loughman (video) - Tasneem Essop, Executive Director, Climate Action Network International - DG Esline Garaebiti, Government of Vanuatu - Margaretha Wewerinke-Singh, Assistant Professor, International Legal Studies at Leiden University - Amb Tevi, Government of Vanuatu
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Kaminzimmer
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Kusum Lata
klata@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151421
UNFCCC: presenting the work of the Katowice Committee of Experts on Impacts (KCI)
The event will showcase the archievements of KCI in supporting the implementation of the workplan on response measures; it will also present the summary of the technical papers developed by KCI on the assessment of the impacts of response measures.

Speakers: Co-chairs of KCI; others TBC
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Marlan Pillay
mpillay@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151265
Supporting the Implementation of the MRV Arrangements and Enhanced Transparency Framework
This event will showcase support opportunities available to developing country Parties through international partners, including financial resources from the GEF for national reporting

Speakers: Speakers will be from CEEW; GEIDCO; GIZ PEEB; GIZ Transport; BPIE; GEF; UNEP CCC
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Bonn
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Bernd Hackmann
BHackmann@unfccc.int
+49 176 30742695
Accelerating NDC implementation in 2022: Support for Policy and Planning
This event shares experience of developing countries who have initiated NDC implementation planning and developing policies to achieve NDC targets, how to identify needs and coordination of support. New and available international support for developing countries for 2022 will be shared.

Speakers: Government official from several countries, multilateral organization (such as NDC Partnership)
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Kaminzimmer
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. (FES)
Ms. Yvonne Blos
info.sustainability@fes.de
+49 162 75705
Climate Action Network South-East Asia (CANSEA)
Mr. Nithiyananthan Nesadurai
nithiya@pc.jaring.asia
+60 17 7079313
How can we build alliances for just transition across different sectors and actors?
The side event brings together representatives from trade unions and civil society to explore ideas for a just transition across different sectors. It seeks to enhance the understanding of different priorities and concerns and explore joint efforts (e.g. in mobility, energy or agriculture).

Speakers: - Nithi Nesadurai, CAN SEA - Marianne Toftgaard, CAN-I - Yvonne Blos, FES HQ - Robert Muthami, FES Kenya - Representatives from Global Union Federations, e.g. transport or mobility (TBC) - CAN Nodes (TBC) working on national just transition processes
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Berlin
Arab Network for Environment and Development (RAED)
Mr. Emad Adly
ghada_ahmadein@yahoo.com
+2 100 1437405
Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)
Ms. Nina M Birkeland
nina.birkeland@nrc.no
+41 79 7979439
Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung - Gesellschaftsanalye und Politische Bildung e.V. (RLS)
Mr. Till Bender
till.bender@rosalux.org
+49 30 44310523
Unpacking loss & damage / human mobility: international frameworks to experiences in the Arab Region
The impacts of climate change exacerbate pre-existing vulnerabilities & displacement risk. How do we reduce the risk of climate related forced human mobility? What do we do when displacement happens? This event considers also loss & damage and community resilience taken forward to COP27.

Speakers: • Shahira Wahby (LAS) (TBC) • Ex com member of TF on displacement • SBI Chair Norway (TBC) • Samah Hadid (NRC) – field perspective of climate adaptation response in the MENA region • International Migrants Alliance • CSO representatives Jordan or Morocco • UNU/UNHCR (TBC) •RAED to moderate
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Bonn
Climate Action Network - Europe (CAN - Europe)
Ms. Rachel Simon
rachel.simon@caneurope.org
+32 0 7489716340
CARE International (CI)
Mr. Sven Harmeling
sharmeling@careclimatechange.org
+49 177 6136431
What the EU can do to support a COP27 for the vulnerables with a focus on cooperation with Africa
This event will explore COP26 outcomes on adaptation and loss and damage finance, and put them in the context of relations between the EU and African Union. This will include arrangements for funding activities to avert, minimise and address loss and damage alongside increasing adaptation finance.

Speakers: Speakers will include EU and African negotiators/decision-makers, European and African civil society/experts on adaptation and loss and damage, including those with expertise on gender.
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII)
Mr. Michael Zissener
zissener@ehs.unu.edu
+49 228 8150249
Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (ICSC) (ICSC)
Mr. Kairos Dela Cruz
kairos@icsc.ngo
+63 917 8015820
En route to COP 27: Key Moments & Climate Vulnerables' Expectations on Climate and Disaster Finance
The event brings together voices from V20 governments, stakeholders and partner organizations to lay out specific deliverables needed from key moments such as the G7 and G20 Summits, IMF/World Bank Annuals, and COP27. Realizing progress will enable V20 initiatives that seek strategic partnerships

Speakers: Emmanuel Tachie-Obeng, Ghana Isatou Camara, The Gambia Thierry Watrin, Rwanda Kairos de la Cruz, ICSC Soenke Kreft, MCII & UNU Sara Jane Ahmed, Finance Advisor to the V20 Thomas Hirsch, Climate & Development Advice
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Berlin
Forests of the World
Ms. Gry Bossen
gb@verdensskove.org
+45 30 261868
International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM)
Mr. Gábor Figeczky
g.figeczky@ifoam.bio
+49 1575 6925021
Ready to Launch: A vision for how Non-Market Mechanism in 6.8 can move climate action forward
Launching the Non-Market Mechanism in Article 6.8 is an exciting opportunity to increase climate action. Climate Land Ambition and Rights Alliance members and other stakeholders will share their vision for 6.8 and opportunities for climate action, especially ecosystem integrity and human rights.

Speakers: Souparna Lahiri, Global Forests Coalition Gry Bossen, Forests of the World Kelly Stone, ActionAid USA Government official (Invited)
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Bonn
WWF (WWF)
Ms. Mandy Woods
mwoods@wwfint.org
+49 1511 8854162
BirdLife International (BLI)
Ms. Rhiannon Niven
rhiannon.niven@birdlife.org
+44 0 7340870828
Transformative, nature-safe solutions for adaptation and renewable energy we want for Africa
The evidence is clear we need to see a transformative change to limit warming to 1.5°C through increased renewable energy deployment, to help nature and people adapt to climate impacts with achieving impacts at scale and a just and equitable future throughout Africa.

Speakers: SADC - Sibongile Mwavimbela, Senior Programme Officer, Environment and Climate Change CMS - Amy Fraenkel, Executive Secretary AGN Chair - Ephraim Mwepya Shitima AfdB - Arona Soumare, Principal Climate Change and Green Growth Supervisor
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Andrea Camponogara
acamponogara@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151095
Technology's role in constructing more ambitious NDCs
Few Parties provide detailed information on climate technology needs and challenges, and the use of technologies in their NDCs. This event discusses how mainstreaming technology in NDCs can stimulate support for and uptake of climate technologies to achieve the Paris Agreement goals

Speakers: Panelists will come from the TEC, the CTCN and its Advisory Board, Parties that provided detailed information on technology actions in their NDCs, the NDC partnership
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Berlin
Switzerland
Ms. Lydie-Line Paroz
lydie-line.paroz@bafu.admin.ch
+41 79 7498250
Climate Analytics GmbH
Ms. Mavis Mainu
mavis.mainu@climateanalytics.org
+49 0 1768563940
Keeping 1.5°C in reach in order to avoid the crossing of tipping points in the climate system
Limiting global warming to 1.5°C is feasible, will reduce adaptation needs and prevent irreversibilities in the climate system with consequences for livelihoods. This event outlines 1.5°C compatible national pathways and sectoral transformations, and calls for an IPCC Special Report on Tipping Point

Speakers: - Bill Hare, founder and CEO of Climate Analytics (tbc) - Deborah Ramalope, Team Leader Climate Policy Analysis, Climate Analytics (tbc) - High-level representative (Ministerial, State Secretary, or Ambassador level), Switzerland
 
Thursday,
09 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Bonn
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Julie Amoroso-Garbin
jamoroso-garbin@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151774
Technical meeting for the implementation of national adaptation plans (NAPs)
Technical meeting to provide information on the various ways to assist the implementation of NAPs

Speakers: LDC Expert Group, UNFCCC Secretariat and other relevant partners
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Kaminzimmer
CropLife International
Ms. Gloria Jaconelli
gloria.jaconelli@croplife.org
+32 476 970443
Accelerate vulnerability-based adaptation and mitigation via multi-stakeholder platforms
Make agriculture more climate-resilient by facilitating open and inclusive contributions to food systems transformation, integrating adaptation and mitigation into farming practices, converging technologies, helping farmers implement protocols agreed by public and private research and policymakers.

Speakers: Speakers representing the following organizations: - CropLife International - World Farmers' Organization - FAO - UNCCD - CGIAR - Member State
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Berlin
University of Linköping (LiU)
Mr. Mathias Fridahl
mathias.fridahl@liu.se
+46 11 363184
Stockholm University
Ms. Naghmeh Nasiritousi
naghmeh.nasiritousi@statsvet.su.se
+46 8 163466
Incentivizing Carbon Dioxide Removal: Long-Term Strategies, Cooperation and Policy Design
The expectation that carbon dioxide removal (CDR) will play a key role in the climate transition is gaining traction in policy. We portray recent CDR policy developments, discuss the possible application of carbon border adjustments to CDR, and showcase research on options for incentivization.

Speakers: Mathias Fridahl (Linköping University), Alexandra Buylova (Stockholm University), Gunilla Reischl (Swedish Institute of International Affairs), Indra Øverland (Norwegian Institute of International Affairs), Liv Lundberg (RISE), TBC (European Commission and the Swedish Energy Agency)
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Bonn
Corporate Accountability International
Ms. Rachel Rose Jackson
rrjackson@corporateaccountability.org
+44 0 7445351503
Global Forest Coalition (GFC)
Ms. Coraina de la Plaza
coraina.delaplaza@globalforestcoalition.org
+34 0 630986010
Jubilee South Asia Pacific Movement, Inc. (APMDD)
Ms. Mary Claire Miranda
clairemiranda08@gmail.com
+63 917 5115334
Krasnoyarsk Regional Public Ecological Movement "Friends of the Siberian Forests" (FSF)
Mr. Andrey Laletin
laletin3@gmail.com
+12 660036 7950435194
Climate Justice Pathways for Real Zero, Real Finance, and Real Action
Join members from the Global Campaign to Demand Climate Justice to discuss pathways to rapidly enact a 1.5-centered just transition that decreases emissions to Real Zero, and urgently scale up finance for adaptation and Loss + Damage.

Speakers: Speakers will be members of the DCJ community, and predominantly frontline voices from communities most impacted by climate change.
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Kaminzimmer
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Julian Hodgkin
jhodgkin@unfccc.int
The CAPACITY Fellowship programme – hosting Fellows from LDCs and SIDS in the UNFCCC secretariat
The CAPACITY (Capacity Award Program to Advance Capabilities & Institutional Training) Fellowship Programme is looking for mid-career professionals from government bodies in SIDS & LDCs to the UNFCCC in Bonn for 1-2 years to train & work on issues related to the Paris Agreement & its implementation.

Speakers: TBC (Alejandro Kilpatrick/Daniele Violetti)
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Debapriya Roy
droy@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151052
Side event of the Standing Committee on Finance
The SCF will present its key deliverables for COP 27 and discuss linkages with relevant processes within and outside the UNFCCC.

Speakers: Co-Chairs and SCF members. An engaging panel discussion with representatives from constituted bodies and financial institutions will follow.
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Bonn
Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (FARN)
Sra. Catalina María Gonda
cmariagonda@farn.org.ar
+54 249 4366208
Griffith University (Griffith)
Ms. Amirah Kullack
a.kullack@griffith.edu.au
+61 7 55527263
Facilitating integrated climate and biodiversity outcomes through the GST and non-market approaches
This event will discuss how the Global Stocktake and the non-market mechanism in Article 6.8 can enhance integrated, rights-based action on climate and biodiversity, while providing a key opportunity to improve accounting in the AFOLU sector.

Speakers: Catalina Gonda (FARN), Dr Heather Keith (Griffith University), Virginia Young (ARCS), Souparna Lahri (GFC), Zoltan Kun (Wild Europe).
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Kaminzimmer
African Smart Cities Innovation Foundation (ASCIF)
Mr. David Olatunji
david.ascif@gmail.com
+234 9 9075523333
Climate Change and Cities in Africa
The two interrelated dimensions. It hinges on, first, the scope of future climate change and resulting changes in population exposures to weather-related hazards and, second, the degree of vulnerability of urban populations to these hazards.

Speakers: 1) The Honourable Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation - Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu 2) Executive Director, African Belt and Road Development Initiative - Mrs. David-Kelechi Doyin Eunice 3) Honourable Minister of State Environment, Dr. (Mrs) Sharon Ikeazor
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Berlin
Seas at Risk (SAR)
M. Lucy Gilliam
lucy.gilliam@gmail.com
+31 6 57941698
Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC)
Mr. Ed Goodall
ed.goodall@whales.org
+44 1249 449500
Fisheries management contributes to the ocean’s capacity to mitigate and adapt to climate change.
Ending overfishing, shifting to low impact fisheries and recovering marine megafauna such as whales, restores biodiversity and the ecosystems they rely on, enhancing the climate resilience of the ocean. Healthy abundant marine biomass will result in reductions in CO2 emissions from fishing fleets.

Speakers: Dr. Emma Cavan, Imperial College London Professor Rashid Sumaila, University of British Columbia Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries Astrid Fuchs, Whale and Dolphin Conservation Ivonne Ortiz, University of Washington Rebecca Hubbard, Our Fish
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Bonn
World Resources Institute (WRI)
Mr. Nathan Cogswell
nathan.cogswell@wri.org
+1 202 7297802
Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU)
Ms. Jameela Joy Reyes
joy.reyes07@gmail.com
+63 917 1580624
Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB)
Mr. Md Fahad Hossain
fahad.hossain@icccad.org
+880 1845 532675
Striving for a Resilient Future: Addressing key asks of vulnerable countries
The event will highlight elements for urgent implementation at the negotiations to demonstrate solidarity with climate vulnerable nations, focusing on adaptation, finance, and loss and damage, in order to keep the Paris Agreement’s “survival” temperature goal within reach and center climate justice.

Speakers: Speakers to be confirmed; expected to include members of the consortium Allied for Climate Transformation by 2025 (ACT2025).
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
Institute for Agricultural and Forest Management and Certification (Imaflora)
Sra. Marina Piatto
marina@imaflora.org
+55 19 981770957
Institute for Climate and Society (ICS)
Sra. Cintya Chaves
cintya@climaesociedade.org
+55 11 973970635
The Bad and the Ugly: How to deal with countries that are backsliding on the Paris Agreement
This event will have a general view of which countries are doing the least on the climate agenda and which are the ways they are using to backslide on the Paris Agreement. It will explore mechanisms that can be used to pressure those countries and hear the experience from countries on spot.

Speakers: Deborah Ramalope:Climate Analytics Caroline Prolo:LACLIMA Stela Herschmann:Climate Observatory Glen Klatovsky:Climate Action Network Australia.
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Berlin
Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF)
Ms. Katharina Nora Paetz
katharina.paetz@ejfoundation.org
+49 152 8741153
Connecticut State University System (SCSU)
Ms. Miriah M. Russo Kelly
KellyM38@southernct.edu
+1 860 6851543
Ocean action is climate action: challenges & opportunities to integrate ocean action into NDCs/NAPs
Ocean action is key to solving the climate crisis. What can we learn from countries with robust ocean action goals in their NDC & NAP? What are the challenges preventing others from following? How can deepening our understanding of the human-ocean-climate nexus catalyse ambitious climate action?

Speakers: Steve Trent, (EJF) Eliza Northrop, (WRI) (requested) Christiane Paulus (Ph.D.), Federal Ministry of the Environment (BMUV) (requested) Madeleine Rose Diouf Sarr, Programme sur le Climat, Senegal Charles Smith, EJF Ghana Miriah M. Russo Kelly, Ph.D. - Southern Connecticut State University, RINGO
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Bonn
Climate Chain Coalition (CCC)
Mr. Miroslav F. Polzer
office.climatechaincoalition@gmail.com
+43 664 4203648
Global Youth Development Institute, Inc. (GYDI)
Mr. Timothy Damon
timothy.damon@globalyouthdev.org
+1 330 2067553
Data and Digital Innovation Infrastructure for Action for Climate Empowerment
Emerging technologies and especially blockchain technology can enable systemic solutions for all-of-society Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE): ACE_AT project, ACE marketplace, climate entrepreneurship, DigitalArt4Climate, United Citizens Organization for ACE DAO, MENA Blockchain4Climate network

Speakers: members of Climate Chain Coalition, United Citizens Organization consortium, Global Youth Development Institute, MENA Youth network, MENA Blockchain4Climate network members, UN Global Innovation Hub, Mohammed Bin Rashid Initiative for Global prosperity
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Ms. Julia Wolf
Julia.Wolf@fao.org
+39 6570 52096
Make it or break it: what next for Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture (KJWA)
KJWA reinforced the importance of agriculture in a changing climate. 4 years later, after 8 workshops, Parties will have to report on the progress and set the future. The event will identify areas of convergence, priorities, and gaps of the KJWA to help countries vision the next steps beyond COP27.

Speakers: The roundtable discussion seeks to create a constructive dialogue between lead representatives from negotiator groups, farmers, civil society organizations, intergovernmental organizations, and country representatives from all regions.
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Berlin
Liberia
Mr. Arthur R.M. Becker
armbecker@gmail.com
+231 777 556238
Greenhouse Gas Management Institute (GHGMI)
Ms. Molly White
molly.white@ghginstitute.org
+1 406 3965490
United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
Ms. Eleni Patra
elenipa@unops.org
+49 228 8150317
The role of transparency on sustainable development impacts for NDC financing and implementation
NDCs embody efforts to increase the collective climate ambition of the international community. Drawing on work in several countries, the event will explore how the assessment of sustainable development impacts and other transparency efforts can help advance NDC implementation and mobilize finance.

Speakers: Speakers will include government officials from Liberia, Belize, Ghana and Mozambique, and national experts from Costa Rica and Vietnam. To complement these country perspectives, counterparts from the UNFCCC Secretariat, the ICAT Secretariat and the ICAT Donor Steering Committee will also speak.
 
Friday,
10 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Bonn
Youth Climate Movement NL (JKB)
Ms. Jana Elbrecht
jana.elbrecht@jongeklimaatbeweging.nl
+31 0 610607784
Youth and Environment Europe (YEE)
Ms. Laura Hildt
laura.hildt@yeenet.eu
+49 1578 3768367
Keeping 1.5 alive, a global youth-led campaign for climate justice
In this side event, youth representatives and high-level officials will engage in an intergenerational dialogue on the potential of engaging the ICJ on the topic of climate, and the key role youth play in leading climate justice efforts.

Speakers: Dutch Minister of Climate and Energy - H.E. Rob Jetten (TBC) Prime Minister of Vanuatu - H.E. Bob Lougman (TBC) President of International Peace Institute - Zeid Ra’ad Zeid Al Hussein (TBC) Minister of Environment Belize (TBC) Youth Climate Movement NL Youth Environment Europe
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Kaminzimmer
True Animal Protein Price Coalition (TAPP Coalition)
Mr. Jeroom Remmers
info@tappcoalitie.nl
+31 6 22407712
Bonn Food Price Debate: fiscal incentives on meat to reduce GHG-emissions
How can countries takes into account all externalities, such as GHG-emissions, in prices and taxes of animal proteins? True Cost Accounting (TCA) and meat taxation options: promising NDC-options to keep the 1,5C goal alive. A meat tax can reduce 3% of GHG-emissions in EU countries, and even more.

Speakers: Helena Wright Policy Director FAIRR, investor network on risks in the agriculture sector Danielle Nierenberg President Food Tank, True Cost Accounting & Reducing GHG emissions Jeroom Remmers Director True Animal Protein Price Coalition meat taxes Hinrich Schnell, German Agri Ministry (TBD)
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Berlin
International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE)
Mr. Gunnar Olesen
gunnar.olesen@inforse.org
+45 24 269933
Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable Energy (NFVE)
Ms. Judit Szoleczky
judit.szoleczky@gmail.com
+45 42 300192
Sustainable Environmental Development Watch (SusWatch)
Mr. Justus Munyoki
justusmunyoki40@gmail.com
+254 72 5170261
SustainableEnergy (SE)
Mr. Gunnar Olesen
gbo@ve.dk
+45 86 227000
Local climate – sustainable energy solutions in GST, 100%RE, sufficiency: East Africa, India, Europe
Local solutions are important for climate targets and should be in GST. We present local climate, solutions from three continents, present proposals to include them in GST and to base climate plans on them: 100% RE scenario for Kenya, eco-village development in India, energy sufficiency for Denmark

Speakers: Mary Swai, INFORSE East Africa/TaTEDO, Tanzania Nobert Nyandire, Suswatch Kenya Richard Kimbowa, Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development Sanjiv Nathan, INFORSE-South Asia / INSEDA, India Gunnar Boye Olesen, INFORSE-Europe, Denmark Moderator: Judit Szoleczky, INFORSE-Europe
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Bonn
Adaptation Fund Board (AFB)
Ms. Bianka Kretschmer
bkretschmer@adaptation-fund.org
+1 931 3619093
Adaptation Fund new strategic directions for enhancing adaptation finance ambition and impact
The Adaptation Fund brings together stakeholders to share perspectives and updates on adaptation finance trends and their strategic implications for enhancing the ambition and implementation of adaptation finance to maximize impact, including through the Fund’s new Medium-term Strategy.

Speakers: Adaptation Fund Board Chair Representatives of UNFCCC and/or related processes such as GGA, NAPs etc. Representatives from IPCC Working Group II and/or GCA on state and trends in adaptation Recipient country representatives Representatives of climate funds, civil society and youth
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Kaminzimmer
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Niranka Dabare-Rheeder
tisu@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151627
Applying IPCC AR6 in climate change reporting
This event will discuss key findings and elements of AR6 WGII and WGIII reports that should be taken into account when preparing NCs and BTRs, countries’ experience in translating climate science information into action, and how did the scientific assessments help develop climate policies.

Speakers: High-level remarks from SBI chair (tbc) and UNFCCC secretariat. Presenters and panelists: CGE members, IPCC WG II and WG III experts and country representatives.
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Berlin
International Disability Alliance (IDA)
Ms. Elham Youssefian
eyoussefian@ida-secretariat.org
+1 347 3208729
CBM UK (CBM UK)
Mr. Mark Barrell
markb@cbmuk.org.uk
+44 0 7350920535
McGill University
Mr. Sebastien Jodoin
sebastien.jodoin-pilon@mcgill.ca
+1 514 9061740
Sustain Our Abilities
Ms. Marcalee Alexander
malexander@sustainourabilities.org
+1 775 3439322
One Billion Missing: How to Ensure Persons with Disabilities inclusion in Adaptation and Resilience
• Discussing how to ensure inclusion and collaboration of persons with disabilities in implementation of adaptation and resilience; • Analyzing NDCs and climate policies from disability inclusion perspective

Speakers: • Pallab Regmi, Nepal CBM-Global/CBM-UK; • Elham Youssefian, International Disability Alliance; • Pratima Gurung, indigenous persons with disabilities; • Sylvain Obedi, young person with disability, Democratic Republic of Congo; • Gretchelle Dilán, woman with Disability, Puerto Rico
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Bonn
International Climate Dialogue e.V. (ICD)
Ms. Jennifer Mora
mora@perspectives.cc
+34 601 441982
Ghana
Mr. Daniel Tutu Benefoh
daniel.benefo@epa.gov.gh
+233 24 6114652
Developing National Article 6 frameworks: Lessons from Ghana and Switzerland
Article 6 enhances mitigation ambition and low-carbon development. In 2022, Ghana and Switzerland will become the first two Parties engaging in Article 6 with a signed bilateral agreement and a national Article 6 framework in place. The event will discuss lessons learned with international experts.

Speakers: •Mischa Classen (Klik Foundation-Switzerland) •Dr. Daniel Tutu Benefoh (Deputy Director at the Climate Change unit of Ghana’s Environmental Protection Agency, Ghana UNFCCC focal point) •Dr. Axel Michaelowa (Perspectives/ICD) •Further article 6 government experts
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Kaminzimmer
World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO)
Ms. Katie Momber
k.c.momber@gmail.com
+44 7 944633730
Engineering Institute of Canada - Institut Canadien des ingenieurs (EIC-ICI)
Mr. Darrel Danyluk
mrdjd48@gmail.com
+1 403 6890379
Implementing Equitable, Sustainable and Climate Resilient Infrastructure & Local Adaptive Capacity
Presenting principles used by infrastructure professionals in achieving climate resilient infrastructure, considering inclusion of women and young professionals. Will explore examples of implementation, and also how climate and risk assessment training contributes to local adaptive capacity.

Speakers: Draft: Davide Stronati, WFEO Committee on Engineering and the Environment Chair; Ignacio González-Castelao Martínez-Peñuela, WFEO Committee on Water Chair; Darrel Danyluk P.Eng FCAE FEIC FCSCE FEC- Chair, EIC; Carol Aziz Ph.D P.Eng, CRI; Erik Sparling VP, CRI. Committed to gender balance.
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Berlin
Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
Mr. Richard Klein
richard.klein@sei.org
+49 152 9081560
The Global Goal on Adaptation Ambition: A global challenge is more than the sum of its parts
Adaptation progress is uneven and too slow, says IPCC. And risks are complex and more difficult to manage than thought at first. More ambition is needed. This should inspire the Glasgow–Sharm el-Sheikh work programme to discuss adaptation ambition in the face of systemic, cross-border climate risks.

Speakers: Speakers will share their interpretations of adaptation ambition, and how it could be ramped up across the world. They include Giuliana Torta (DG Clima, AC member), Kwame Ababio (African Union), Katy Harris (Adaptation Without Borders), María del Pilar Bueno (CONICET), Emilie Beauchamp (IIED).
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Bonn
Italian Climate Network (ICN)
Mr. Jacopo Bencini
jacopo.bencini@italiaclima.org
+39 376 546181
Greener Impact International (GII)
Mr. Gawusu-Toure Kassim
kassim@greenerimpact.org
+233 0 244967340
United Kingdom Youth Climate Coalition Limited (UKYCC)
Ms. Serena Bashal
Serena.bashal@ukycc.org
+44 44 4479567877
Evaluating policies in uncertain times: pledges and politics between COP26 and COP27
International youth&climate activists will review progress made by Party stakeholders since COP26 in terms of policies and new pledges, taking into account a highly uncertain international situation. The event will include a panel followed by a discussion activity with the audience.

Speakers: Jacopo Bencini, ICN (Italy); speaker from UKYCCC (UK); speaker from Greener Impact International (Ghana); youth speaker TBC. Gender and regional balance will be prioritized.
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
Buildings Performance Institute Europe A.S.B.L. (BPIE)
Mr. Oliver Rapf
oliver.rapf@bpie.eu
+32 2 7893000
Buildings and construction – understanding emissions and setting targets for ETF & global stocktake
Buildings and construction cause 37% of global CO2 emissions. The UNFCCC Compendium on GHG Baselines & Monitoring for the sector helps to define country emissions, set targets and design mitigation action, as countries get ready for the enhanced transparency framework (ETF) and global stocktake.

Speakers: Tunisian National Energy Management Agency (ANME) Vietnamese Ministry of Environment (MONREE) UNFCCC Secretariat Programme for Energy Efficiency in Buildings (PEEB)/GIZ Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction/ UNEP The Greenwerk
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Berlin
Smart Energy for Europe Platform (SEFEP) gGmbH
Mr. Mathis Rogner
mathis.rogner@agora-energiewende.de
+49 1573 3270083
Long-term scenarios identifying key policy measures to support Thailand’s energy transition
Organised on behalf of the Clean, Affordable and Secure Energy for Southeast Asia programme, the event will present scenario results, explore key policy measures and trends, and share lessons learned to support Thailand’s energy transition towards its carbon neutrality target.

Speakers: Speakers will include high-level representatives from international and Thai think-tanks who worked on the study, with responses from local stakeholders.
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Bonn
International Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges (IAAI)
Mr. Miroslav Polzer
polzer@glocha.info
+43 664 4203648
CliMates
Mr. Nicolas HODEMON
board@climates.fr
+33 6 50126988
Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE)
Ms. Kristina Madsen
kristina@fee.global
+45 61 248087
International Association of Students in Agricultural and Related Sciences (IAAS)
Mr. Thomas Westhoff
vppartnership@iaasworld.org
+31 0 633149341
NFD Centre for Environment Education (CEE)
Ms. Srishti Singh
srishti.singh@ceeindia.org
+91 79 26844769
Peace Boat Disaster Relief Volunteer Center (PBV)
Mr. Emilie McGlone
emilie@peaceboat-us.org
+1 347 9771632
European Youth Adaptation Forum: Youth Leading the Way to Effective Climate Adaptation Action
The European Youth Adaptation Forum is part of a series of 6 Regional Youth Forums organized by the Global Center on Adaptation in partnership with youth organizations. The overall objective is to increase youth participation in the adaptation agenda and the Global Goal on Adaptation's review.

Speakers: The Forum will bring together young people, youth led-organizations, policy-makers, and international organizations including: GCA, Adriana Valenzuela, Emily Vernall & Beniamin Strzelecki, GCA Youth Panel, Miroslav POLZER, GloCha, YOUNGO, IAAS, CliMates, COP27 Presidency
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
ClimateNet
Mr. Bjoern Dransfeld
bd@thegreenwerk.net
+49 176 72856437
Seychelles
Mr. Wills Agricole
bd@thegreenwerk.net
+24 8 4670569
Climate Finance Tracking - Lessons from Developing Countries and SIDS
This event will share current lessons from climate finance tracking exercises for UNFCCC reporting under the Enhanced Transparency Framework conducted in developing countries and SIDS.

Speakers: Experts from the ClimateNet Membership, Representatives from partner countries (details tbc)
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Berlin
World Health Organization (WHO)
Ms. Marina Maiero
maierom@who.int
+41 79 2134304
Update on COP26 Health and Climate Programme
The event will provide an update on the COP26 Health commitments -Inform on how WHO will support the implementation of the COP26 health initiatives. -Invite new countries to make commitments on ‘climate resilient and sustainable’ health systems

Speakers: WHO, FCDO, GCHA, HCWH, Parties, Others
 
Saturday,
11 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Bonn
CGIAR System Organization
Mr. James Stapleton
c.villani@cgiar.org
+39 6 6118001
Can science and innovation in agriculture deliver a more equitable, resilient, climate-smart future?
This session explores how evidence-based innovation ecosystems can build resilience and equitably feed the planet. How do we reach smallholders with appropriate climate-smart technologies? How can we finance climate actions and achieve co-development benefits in food systems without causing harm?

Speakers: Yasmine Fouad, Minister of Environment, Egypt Ana Maria Loboguerrero, CGIAR Sophia Huyer, CGIAR Grazia Pacillo, CGIAR George Wamukoya, Africa Group of Negotiators Experts Support Ousmane Ndiaye, ANACIM Martien van Nieuwkoop, World Bank Michiko Katagami, Asian Development Bank
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Angela Wagner
awagner@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151743
UN4NAPs: Supporting LDCs and SIDS advance the formulation and implementation of NAPs
The event will focus on views of countries in the context of UN4NAPs, a partnership initiative of 44 UN and intergovernmental organizations, launched in 2021 by the UNFCCC secretariat to scale up technical support, initially to LDCs and SIDS, to formulate and implement National Adaptation Plans.

Speakers: Speakers will include representatives from LDCs, SIDS, and participating organizations.
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Bonn
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI)
Mr. Yunus Arikan
yunus.arikan@iclei.org
+49 151 50750004
#MultilevelActionDelivers: Elevating Climate Action of the Urban World into Emergency Mode
Glasgow Climate Pact adopted at COP26 highlighted the urgent need for multilevel and cooperative action. With 60+ countries raising their climate ambition since 2015 through multilevel collaboration, the LGMA strategy towards COP27 focuses on #MultilevelActionDelivers to respond climate emergency.

Speakers: - Representatives of Local and Regional governments and their networks in the LGMA constituency - Representatives of national governments engaged in the UNFCCC Friends of Multilevel Action, as well as those supporting urban track in the G7 and G20 processes
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Kaminzimmer
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Mr. Bernd-Markus Liss
bernd-markus.liss@giz.de
+49 171 5655712
Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS)
Ms. Kathleen Mar
kathleen.mar@iass-potsdam.de
+49 331 28822366
United States of America
Ms. Claire Wang
wangcr@state.gov
+1 202 4315934
The Global Methane Pledge - from assessment to action: science, planning and implementation
The Global Methane Pledge (GMP) aims to reduce methane emissions by at least 30 percent from 2020 levels by 2030. The session demonstrates a science-based roadmap from planning to implementation of sector-specific methane emission reduction activities to reach national GMP targets.

Speakers: CCAC, GIZ, IASS, SEI, U.S. State Department, national government representatives (tbc)
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Kenichi Kitamura
kkitamura@unfccc.int
+49 151 22746972
Sharing experience of recent long-term low emission development strategies (LT-LEDS)
Speakers from Parties who recently communicated LT-LEDS share their experience of LT-LEDS preparation including alignment with NDCs. This event aims to facilitate submission of LT-LEDS by CMA4 and regular update in response to Decision1/CMA3.

Speakers: Government officials from Parties recently submitted LT-LEDS
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Bonn
Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)
Mr. Jakob Schabus
jakob.schabus@siwi.org
+46 7 20506039
Global report launch: Unpacking freshwater’s role in climate change mitigation
Climate action cannot succeed without water. This event presents the latest science on the key role of water in climate mitigation. It outlines how sustainable water management can reduce emissions, secure carbon sinks, and underpin successful transition towards renewable energy sources.

Speakers: UNDP Ulrika Modéer Germany BMZ Dirk Meyer UNFCCC Executive Secretary Johan Rockström Presentations on: Water systems, Wetlands/rivers, Forests, Agriculture, Energy, Integrated approaches Government respondents Closing and Call to action by SIWI and SRC
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Kaminzimmer
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
Mr. Wolfgang Obergassel
wolfgang.obergassel@wupperinst.org
+49 202 2492149
University of Eastern Finland (UEF)
Mr. Harro van Asselt
harro.vanasselt@uef.fi
+358 50 3496934
Benchmarks and Governance for Achieving Net-Zero Globally, Sectorally and Nationally
We will present new research on global and sectoral mitigation benchmarks, energy and socio-economic impacts of transforming India’s energy sector, and on the potential of global governance to promote sectoral decarbonisation.

Speakers: Panagiotis Fragkos (E3 Modeling), María José Sanz (BC3 Basque Centre for Climate Change), Saritha Sudharmma Vishwanathan (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad), Harro van Asselt (University of Eastern Finland), Lukas Hermwille (Wuppertal Institute)
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Berlin
Bread for the World (BfdW)
Ms. Annika Rach
annika.rach@brot-fuer-die-welt.de
+49 162 4786075
ACT Alliance - Action by Churches Together (ACT Alliance)
Ms. Marianna Leite
marianna.leite@actalliance.org
+351 915 202532
Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU)
Ms. Marion Mews
cologne@de.brahmakumaris.org
+49 221 3401858
Soka Gakkai International Office for UN Affairs
Ms. Alexandra Goossens-Ishii
alexandra.mg@sgi-ouna.org
+41 79 8512426
The Lutheran World Federation (LWF)
Ms. Elena Cedillo
elena.cedillo@lutheranworld.org
+41 78 9457646
Promoting a swift operationlisation of the GGA: setting the scene for resilient development pathways
Discussing urgent adaptation action from a science, practice, and policy lens to build global understanding on adaptation and shaping multilateral momentum. Situate effective adaptation policy at the core of global climate decision making and ensure gender justice.

Speakers: James Bhagwan (Pacific Conference of Churches); Adriana Vásques (La Ruta del Clima); Patricia Nying'uru (IPCC Focal Point, Kenya & G77 Science focal point); Khulekani Magwaza (ELSCA); Alejandra Scampini (PODER); EU negotiator on Adaptation (tbc)
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Bonn
York University
Ms. Idil Boran
iboran@yorku.ca
+1 416 4165229609
Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza (CATIE)
Mr. Pablo Imbach
pablo.imbach@catie.ac.cr
+506 8816 8587
German Development Institute (DIE - Bonn)
Mr. Andrew Deneault
andrew.deneault@die-gdi.de
+49 228 94927293
Zoological Society of London (ZSL)
Mme Nathalie Pettorelli
nathalie.pettorelli@ioz.ac.uk
+44 207 4496334
Strengthening the Race to Resilience campaign to work for climate, nature and people
This multi-stakeholder event sets priorities to strengthen integration of biodiversity goals into climate adaptation strategies. Panelists make recommendations for the Race to Resilience, showcasing methods for tracking and verifying effectiveness of actions with examples from Latin America.

Speakers: Idil Boran, YorkU; Nathalie Pettorelli, Zoological Society of London (ZSL); Andrew Deneault, German Development Institute (DIE); Pablo Imbach, Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza (CATIE); Sander Chan, Global Center on Adaptation (GCA); speakers from NGOs based in Latin America.
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
Carbon Emission (Greenhouse Gas) Reduction and Control Association (KEDKD)
Mr. ali özcem kılıç
aliozcemkilic@kedkd.org
+90 533 4930621
Africa Youths International Development Foundation (AFYIDEF)
Mr. OGUNDANA DAMILOLA
afyidef.afyidef@gmail.com
+234 809 9998406
AFRIQUE ESPERANCE
Mr. Oyeoussi Charles Balogoun
oyeoussicharles@gmail.com
+0 229 97496100
women's initiative that supports sustainable fair living
forest that supports natural and fair life, and afforestation that provides medicinal aromatic ecological balance

Speakers: Songul Kilic,president of sudyak women's initiative cooperative
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Berlin
ActionAid International - South Africa
Ms. Teresa Anderson
teresa.anderson@actionaid.org
+44 7984 932655
Christian Aid (CA)
Ms. Mariana Paoli
mpaoli@christian-aid.org
+44 0 7864288457
Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI)
Mr. Sanjay Vashist
sanjay@cansouthasia.net
+9 199100 96125
It’s time to address climate-induced loss & damage
Communities most affected by the climate emergency have done the least to cause the crisis. As impacts escalate, addressing loss and damage is more urgent than ever. COP27 must agree a new financing facility under the WIM, to channel funds mobilised and delivered through strategies outlined

Speakers: Teresa Anderson, ActionAid International Harjeet Singh, CAN International L&D negotiator (tbc)
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Bonn
Third Generation Environmentalism (E3G)
Mr. Thomas Evans
tom.evans@e3g.org
+44 7931 317327
Laying the groundwork for a decade of ambition for 1.5C
At COP27, Parties are due to adopt a ‘work programme to urgently scale up mitigation ambition and implementation’. This event will explore what the work programme should look like to strengthen countries and non-state action to close the 2030 emission gap for 1.5C, informing negotiations at the SBs

Speakers: Alexandra Scott - E3G Jamal Srouji - WRI Speakers from civil society TBC (CAN International, RAC France) Representatives from governments TBC (UK, Denmark, Grenada, others)
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
Mr. Ricci Symons
r.symons@ifad.org
+39 327 1826492
Adapting at what cost? Insights from Evidence
The world has finally come to realize that adapting to climatic change and building resilience to shocks and anomalies is of utmost importance particularly among those who lack resources. Evidence is not fit for purpose. The cost of getting investments "wrong" is high

Speakers: The roundtable discussion seeks to create a constructive dialogue between experts in adaptation, experts in measurement and impact assessments, civil society organizations, intergovernmental organizations, and country representatives from all regions.
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Berlin
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Ms. Bianca Carpinelli
b.carpinelli@iaea.org
+43 1 260021027
Addressing climate impacts and resiliency of the energy infrastructure
The clean energy transition unfolds in a context of more perceptible and damaging extreme weather manifestations. This event will shine a light on scientific approaches available to assess the climate resilience of energy systems and meet a triple mitigation/adaptation/security objective.

Speakers: Session moderated by an IAEA senior official. Participation expected from International Energy Agency (IEA), World Meteorological Organization (WMO), Argonne National Laboratory (ANL), Electricite de France (EDF), Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI)
 
Monday,
13 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Bonn
Coordinating Body of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA)
Mr. Harol Rincon
b.henneberger@gmail.com
+593 9 85944650
Indigenous Amazon Peoples Approaches on Climate Change Mitigation
COICA presents approaches on Climate Change Mitigation from the Indigenous Amazon Peoples.

Speakers: Indigenous delegates from the Amazon
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Kaminzimmer
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Mr. Sandeep Sengupta
sandeep.sengupta@iucn.org
+41 22 9990105
The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
Mr. Daniel Morchain
daniel.morchain@tnc.org
+1 607 7936188
Nature-based Solutions to Climate Change: Unpacking the Potential and Pitfalls
This session will take stock of the role of Nature-based Solutions (NbS) in addressing the interlinked climate and biodiversity crises. It will critically evaluate their contribution to date towards both decarbonisation and adaptation, and identify and address barriers for implementation at scale.

Speakers: Speakers will include senior representatives from IUCN’s State and NGO members and partners and other experts on NbS and climate change
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Berlin
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
Mr. Sergey Sizov
sizov@iiasa.ac.at
+43 676 83807388
Achieving Paris climate goals calls for increasing ambition of the Kigali Amendment
HFCs are managed by the Kigali Amendment (KA), yet the current ambition is insufficient to achieve the 1.5°C Paris Agreement goal. This event will showcase pathways and cases for how the KA can be strengthened and countries can accelerate action to support staying below 1.5°C throughout this century

Speakers: Dr. Pallav Purohit, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); Dr. Nathan Borgford-Parnell, Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC); Mr. Inoue Naomi, Deputy Director, Ministry of Environment, Japan; Ms. Juliet Kabera, Director General, Environment Management Authority, Rwanda
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Bonn
Women Engage for a Common Future (WECF)
Ms. Anne Barre
anne.barre@wecf.org
+49 89 232393818
International Potato Center (CIP)
Ms. Vivian Atakos
v.atakos@cgiar.org
+254 20 720924757
Women Environmental Programme (WEP)
Ms. Priscilla Achakpa
info@wepnigeria.net
+234 900001 2348117295
How gender-responsive locally owned solutions serve climate mitigation and adaptation policies
Gender-just community-led climate initiatives enhance women’s human rights while contributing to mitigation & adaptation policies. They lead transformative models for a just transition. We will showcase actions from different stakeholders to advance the Gender Action Plan & national climate roadmaps

Speakers: Repr .German Min. of Economic Coop & Devt; Ms Priscilla Achakpa, WEP Nigeria ; Ms Agnes Mirembe, ARUWE Uganda; Ms Fatou Ndoye, ENDA Graf Sahel, Senegal; Ms Maria Victoria Bojacá, ENDA Colombia; Mr (TBC), CGIAR Gender Platform; Ms Gina Cortés Valderrama, WECF;
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Kaminzimmer
Practical Action
Mr. Colin McQuistan
colin.mcquistan@practicalaction.org.uk
+44 7523 355435
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
Mr. Simon Addison
simon.addison@iied.org
+44 7745 683846
Ensuring the Santiago network is fit for purpose
The Santiago Network for Loss and Damage is expected to be operationalised at COP27, but questions remain over its institutional and operational modalities. This session will explore lessons from the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) and explore their relevance for the Santiago Network

Speakers: Daniel Puig UNEP DTU Heidi White DCJ Network Carina Bachofen IFRC Developing country Negotiator Developed country negotiator
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Berlin
Support for Women in Agriculture and Environment (SWAGEN)
Ms. Patricia Bohland
bohland@life-online.de
+49 30 30879844
LIFE e.V.
Ms. Greta Pallaver
pallaver@life-online.de
+49 30 30879844
African Feminist Demands for COP27
This year’s COP is taking place on the African continent, heavily impacted by the climate crises. The event aims at discussing the priority themes negotiated at SB56/COP27; the speakers will reflect on these and present feminist demands coming from African feminist organizations and movements.

Speakers: (To be confirmed): Gertrude Kenyangi (SWAGEN), Titilope Akosa/Aisha Titilola Kazeem (C21), Mwanahamisi Singano (WEDO), Zainab Yunusa (YouPaD)/ Marie Christina Kolo (Green’N’Kool/ Indian Ocean Climate Network); Yolanda Mulhuini; Representatives from Kenyan delegation/African Union
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Bonn
International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
Mr. Bert De Wel
Bert.DeWel@ituc-csi.org
+32 473 820097
Just Transition and Social Protection for Climate Adaptation
Delivering a Just Transition for workers is a crucial driver for climate ambition. The Paris Agreement refers to a just transition of the workforce and the creation of decent work and quality jobs. Social protection measures need to be integrated in climate adaptation policies.

Speakers: - Ms. Sharan Burrow, General Secretary ITUC - Mr. Amr Essop, COP27 Presidency - Ms. Marie-Christina Dankmeyer, ILO (tbc) - Ms. Lebogang Mulaisi, COSATU South Africa (tbc) Moderator: Mr. Bert De Wel, policy advisor ITUC
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Kaminzimmer
International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF)
Mr. Peter Minang
a.minang@cgiar.org
+254 727 492459
Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future (SF)
Mr. Charles Nouhan
charles.nouhan@stakeholderforum.org
+1 201 6747088
Leveraging the power of Forests and Trees for Climate Change Adaptation of the most vulnerable
Forests and trees provide multiple benefits that contribute to the resilience of people and ecosystems. This side event presents a set of principles and strategies for integrating local adaptation practices into climate policy and action and ensuring that vulnerable people are included.

Speakers: Moderator: Christopher Martius, CIFOR-ICRAF Houria Djoudi, CIFOR-ICRAF Amy Duchelle, FAO Roselyn Fosuah Adjei, Forestry Commission of Ghana Balkisou Buba, Vice National Coordinator REPALEAC of Cameroon Youssef Nassef, UNFCCC Adaptation, Felix Dodds, University of North Carolina, USA
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Berlin
Friends World Committee for Consultation
Ms. Lindsey Cook
lfcook@quno.ch
+49 1578 6865903
Quaker Earthcare Witness (QEW)
Ms. Shelley Tanenbaum
shelley@quakerearthcare.org
+1 510 5429606
Quakers in Britain
Ms. Suzanne Ismail
suzannei@quaker.org.uk
+44 207 6631172
Rapid reduction of oil and gas: accountability and liability to empower people and governments
A participatory workshop on strategies to overcome vested interests delaying climate action. Participants engage with the latest science, international fossil fuel reduction movements, geo-climate engineering concerns, liability, a right to a healthy environment, and support to Loss and Damage.

Speakers: James Skea IPCC (tba) Tunga Rai - Loss and Damage Indigenous voice Costa Rica - Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance Fossil Fuel Proliferation Treaty UNSR Human Rights and climate change Ian Fry Liability - Greenpeace Lindsey Fielder Cook QUNO - moderator
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Bonn
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
Ms. Levania Santoso
l.santoso@cgiar.org
+62 811 145874
Center for Indigenous Peoples' Research and Development (CIPRED)
Ms. Pasang Dolma Sherpa
info@cipred.org.np
+977 9771 14379394
Tebtebba Foundation
Ms. Helen Magata
len@tebtebba.org
+63 74 4447703
Wageningen University (WUR)
Mr. Niki De Sy
martin.herold@wur.nl
+31 317 481276
Leveraging the Glasgow leaders’ declaration on forests and land use to accelerate climate actions
Key thought leaders will engage in an evidence-based dialogue on implementing the Glasgow Leaders Forest Declaration, exploring options for accelerating effective, efficient and equitable adaptation and mitigation options to achieve the 1,5 degree climate goal.

Speakers: CIFOR-ICRAF, Wageningen University, Tebtebba Foundation, CIPRED, EFI (tbc), NDC Partnership (tbc), IUFRO (tbc).
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD)
Mr. Vincent Blanfort
vincent.blanfort@cirad.fr
+33 6 52863718
Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)
Mr. Jean-Luc Chotte
jean-luc.chotte@ird.fr
+33 34 788511622
Institut national de la recherche pour l'agriculture, l'alimentation et l'environnement (INRAE)
Ms. Claire Weill
claire.weill@inrae.fr
+33 75007 142759666
National Council for Climate Change, Sustainable Development and Public Leadership (NCCSD)
Mr. Kirit Shelat
drkiritshelat@gmail.com
+91 990 4404393
Agriculture & forestry: a game changer for net zero C02, adaptation, biodiversity and food security
Knowledge based evidencies to make agriculture and forestry a game changer for mitigation - ‘reaching Net Zero Emissions’, adaptation and for others SGDs: policy recommandations, environmental integrity, food security and examples in Africa, Americas, India, Europe to enlight the Koronivia process

Speakers: Marie Hrabanski political sciences CIRAD ; Jean Luc Chotte soil science IRD, Kirit Shelat political sciences public administration NCCSD, Claire Weill science policy INRAE Panelists : Delegates from Africa, Europe and India, names to be precised and confirmed
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Berlin
COBASE, Cooperativa Tecnico Scientifica di Base (ECOSOC)
Mr. stefano mannacio
posta@studiomannacio.it
+39 339 6938361
Gherush92 Committee for Human Rights (Gherush92)
Mr. Valentina Jappelli
gherush92@gmail.com
+39 339 3386787009
Small and Medium Scale Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Foundation (SMEFUNDS)
Mr. Femi Oye
coachxx@gmail.com
+234 10 8037080251
Energy efficiency, urban systems and Agroecological Parks. Green Growth model for Africa's mega-city
Electrical cities and agroecology plans: mutual aid as a strategic plan against CC. Designing settlements mimicking natural ecosystems. Achieving safety in cities and rural areas. Effective actions to increase implementation, adaptation and scale up to tackle the impacts of CC in urban areas

Speakers: Stefano Mannacio, Valentina Jappelli, Delfina Piu, Babajide Sanwo Olu, Tom Bauman, Daniele Magallo, Aurélien Pillet, Dr. Peter Tarda Ayo Ademilua
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Bonn
Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL)
Mr. Tejas Rao
tr465@cam.ac.uk
+44 7900 279365
cambiaMO s.coop.mad. (CAMBIAMO)
Mme Floridea Di Ciommo
j4st@cambiamo.net
+34 696 12269
International Foundation for African Children (IFAC)
Mr. Michael Nwafejoku
africanchildren@hotmail.com
+234 803 7873061
Strengthening Capacity to Deliver the 'Paris Rulebook' through Climate Law and Governance
At CoP26, CLGI Partners, CISDL, the newly launched NZLA and many others united to bridge the legal capacity chasm, to widen the circle of climate law and governance professors and practitioners from 600 to 6,000 in 2 years or less, converting ambition to obligation worldwide.

Speakers: Professor Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger (UK, Canada, Swiss) Adv Wendy Miles, QC (UK, NZ), Professor Christina Voigt (Norway), Adv Ayman Cherkaoui (Morocco), Adv Hafij Khan (Bangladesh), also leading legal advisors, judges, heads of professional associations, experts and students
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Mr. Manuel Marques Pereira
mpereira@iom.int
+41 79 2124793
An Organization for Socio-Economic Development (AOSED)
Mr. Shamim Arfeen
shamimaosed@yahoo.com
+880 1711 840913
Refugees International
Ms. Kayly Ober
kaylyo@gmail.com
+1 202 3847116
Exploring policy on the spectrum of human mobility in the context of climate change
Discuss how policy options and interventions can reduce displacement but also how critical is integrating human mobility in adaptation interventions, namely on how climate finance mechanisms can support efforts to reduce displacement as L&D.

Speakers: Saleemul Huq (ICCCAD), M. Saber Hossain Chowdhury MP, Dr. Shamim Arfeen (AOSED), Manuel Marques Pereira (IOM, moderator), Kayly Ober (Refugees International) (TBC), Julia Blocher (PIK) (TBC), Caroline Zickgraf (Hugo Observatory) (TBC)
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Berlin
Conservation International (CI)
Mr. Garon Lizana
glizana@conservation.org
+1 410 9604005
Pew Charitable Trusts (PCT)
Ms. Courtney Durham
cdurham@pewtrusts.org
+1 202 2816521
From Commitment to Action – Blue Carbon’s Role in Climate, Biodiversity, and NDCs
A moderated panel highlighting the cross-cutting benefits of blue carbon ecosystems (ex. climate mitigation and adaptation) and opportunities to strengthen the inclusion of these ecosystems within NDCs, GHGIs, and across UN Conventions through technical assistance, research support, and financing.

Speakers: Panelists will include high-level government representatives and NGO partners from countries that CI, Pew, and other event partners work closely on blue carbon policy and implementation such as Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, Fiji, and Seychelles.
 
Tuesday,
14 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Bonn
World Future Council (WFC)
Ms. Naemie Dubbels
Naemie.Dubbels@worldfuturecouncil.org
+49 40 307091416
Pathways towards climate justice and energy security – tailored100% Renewable Energy roadmaps
It is past noon to end the fossil fuel era and ring in the era of renewable energy. This increases energy security and ensures energy independence from fossil fuels, while standing a chance to fight the climate crisis. Solutions showcasing how exist already in countries like Nepal.

Speakers: With the following speakers we’ll discuss how to to make renewables a political priority to ensure independence from fossil fuels and leave no one behind: Government of Nepal; Raju Pandit Chhetri, Prakriti Resource Center; Anna Skowron, World Future Council; Sarah Ahmed, CVF
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Kaminzimmer
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
Mr. Christian Ledwell
cledwell@iisd.ca
+1 613 8071154
Adaptation Communications: Catalyzing the shift from planning to implementation
This event will explore the role that Adaptation Communications can play in raising the profile and visibility of adaptation, documenting learning, informing the Global Stocktake, and highlighting gaps and needs in order to accelerate adaptation planning and implementation.

Speakers: Representative of the Adaptation Committee (TBC); Anne Hammill, Senior Director, Resilience, IISD; Gerard Howe, Deputy Director, Adaptation, Nature and Resilience Dept., United Kingdom; Representatives of developing country Parties that have developed Adaptation Communications
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Berlin
German Emissions Trading Association (BVEK)
Mr. Robert Tippmann
tippmann@bvek.de
+49 30 78951956
CO2-pricing, standards, GHG accounting, tracking & transparency for deforestation-free supply chains
Using sustainability standards, labels and voluntary commitments alongside carbon-pricing as well as GHG accounting, transparency and tracking instruments - fostering sustainable supply chains and contributing to avoided deforestation in the context of climate smart agriculture.

Speakers: Moderator: Robert Tippmann (BVEK), Panelists/Presenters: Sebastian Lesch (BMZ), Bärbel Höhn (BMZ), Salwa Bahbah (Climatekos), Sabine Henders (Climatekos), Naasasira Ambrose (SICDO)
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
11:30—13:00
Room Bonn
Transparency International (TI)
Mr. Brice Böhmer
bboehmer@transparency.org
+49 1573 9610406
Climate Justice Program (ACJP)
Mr. Stephen Leonard
stephen.v.leonard@gmail.com
+62 815 29450250
Foundation for Sustainability
Ms. Thea Uhlich
uhlich@germanwatch.org
+49 228 6049261
Overcoming Barriers to Climate Finance: towards Impact&Accountability for Indigenous Peoples+Youth
The Glasgow Pact urges delivery of >USD100 billion. When climate finance targets are not met, risks to vulnerable groups (Indigenous Peoples & Youth) are exacerbated. We will explore challenges in mobilizing finance & how enhanced transparency + accountability + the Global Stocktake can help.

Speakers: - Diann Black-Lay, Ministry of Antigua and Barbuda - Fredrick Ochieng-Ouma, Transparency Kenya - Lauren MacDonald, Youth Climate Influencer - Easter Kinyua, Indigenous Livelihood Enhancement - Mariana Montoya, Universal Rights Colombia or Mark Lutes, WWF Brasil - Germanwatch/ IRID
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Kaminzimmer
United Nations University (UNU)
Mr. Michael Zissener
zissener@ehs.unu.edu
+49 228 8150249
African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS)
Ms. Rebecca Hanlin
r.hanlin@acts-net.org
+254 702 142130
Windows of Opportunity in the Green Economy
The world is in the early stages of a paradigm transition towards a greener global economy. This session will discuss policy options and recommendations on institutional changes for creating new opportunities for latecomer development in green technologies

Speakers: Clovis Freire, Economic Affairs Officer, UNCTAD Rasmus, Lema, Associate Professor, UNU-MERIT Rabellotti, Roberta, Professor, University of Pavia Applying organizations: UNU-MERIT in association with United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Berlin
United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF)
Ms. Sarah Harris
sarah.harris.simpson@uncdf.org
+33 7 88487843
Local Climate Adaptive Living mechanism as Non-Market Approach for adaptation in LDCs, SIDs & Africa
Adaptation finance is falling short, and not reaching sufficiently the local level. LoCAL is proven to help local governments in LDCs and other vulnerable developing countries access the climate finance, capacity-building and technical support they need to respond and adapt to climate change.

Speakers: Ministers: government representatives from Ghana and Jamaica (TBC) Vatanak Chheng, NCDD Secretariat (Cambodia) Lamin Dibba Min of Environment Natural Resources, Environment and Climate Change (The Gambia) + Sophie De Coninck LoCAL Global Manager
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
13:15—14:45
Room Bonn
International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
Ms. Claire Kiss
ckiss@irena.org
+49 162 1325751
Keeping 1.5°C Alive through Energy Transitions
IRENA’s World Energy Transitions Outlook (WETO) 2022 sets out priority areas and actions based on available technologies that must be realised by 2030 to achieve net zero emissions by mid-century. It also takes stock of progress across all energy uses to date and where to ramp up ambition.

Speakers: Francesco La Camera, Director-General, IRENA Nigel Topping, COP26 High-level Champion UK representative (TBC)
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Kaminzimmer
Heinrich Böll Foundation (HBF)
Mr. Björn Ecklundt
bjoern.ecklundt@boell.de
+49 30 28534315
Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration (ETC Group) (ETC Group)
Mr. Silvia Ribeiro
silvia@etcgroup.org
+52 55 26533330
Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)
Mr. Sébastien Duyck
sduyck@ciel.org
+41 7 86966362
Friends of the Earth International (FOEI)
Ms. Sara Shaw
sara.shaw@foe.co.uk
+44 7974 8270
Gambling on Overshoot is Pushing the Planet Past a Point of No Return
The event will focus on the IPCC‘s findings on the severe risks and impacts of overshooting 1.5°C, the potentially catastrophic risks introduced by large-scale geoengineering technologies proposed to bring temperature back down, and on the immediate fossil phase-out required to avoid 1.5C overshoot.

Speakers: Third World Network (tbc), Heinrich Böll Foundation, Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL), Oil Change International or Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty (tbc)
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Berlin
Instituto de Ecología y Antropología de Acción (INFOE)
Ms. Elke Falley-Rothkopf
elke@infoe.de
+49 178 1746966
Climate Alliance (Klima-Bündnis)
Ms. Silke Lunnebach
s.lunnebach@climatealliance.org
+49 69 71713932
Coming together in the House of the Community – Indigenous Peoples‘ initiatives at the UN convention
IP representatives reach out to negotiating parties, observers and institutional representatives, to co-operatate and interchange on knowledge, concepts and practices to tackle urgent issues in the global crises together. To this purpose, integrity of IP territories is indispensable.

Speakers: Harol Rincón,COICA, promoting RIA Arlen Ribeira: Mairidicai‘s Maloka and RIA in Peru NN., Wampis autonomous Indigenous territory, Peru Miguel Guimaraes, AIDESEP, Indigenous Guards Berioska Quispe: MINAM, Peru N.N. German Ministries BMU and BMZ moderators: Silke Lunnebach, Elke Falley-Rothkopf
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
15:00—16:30
Room Bonn
Citizens' Climate Education Corp. (CCE)
Ms. Isatis Cintron
isatis.cintron@gmail.com
+1 787 5992104
Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, Inc. (Omega Institute)
Ms. Laura Weiland
weiland.laura.e@gmail.com
+1 781 8355478
ACE Observatory: Criteria for monitoring progress on people-centered climate action and ACE
This event is an opportunity to share the ACE Observatory’s contribution to people-centered climate action and ACE targets/performance evaluation criteria. These were co-designed with ACE NFPs, civil society, and international organizations focused on climate governance and capacity building.

Speakers: Isatis M. Cintron, CCI | ACE Observatory; Laura Weiland, OMEGA | ACE Observatory; Joe Robertson, CCI; Deepayan Basu, Climate Outreach; Pasang Sherpa, LCIPP; Christina Kwauk; ZIga Zamic, OECD; ACE Focal Points
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
National Wildlife Federation (NWF)
Ms. Edie Juno
junoe@nwf.org
+1 810 8753486
Australian Rainforest Conservation Society Inc. (ARCS)
Ms. Peg Putt
peg.putt@gmail.com
+61 0 418127580
Increasing the integrity of bioenergy carbon accounting for emissions reduction and global justice
Ensuring transparent and accurate accounting of bioenergy emissions is essential to Article 4.13, with implications for the Global Stocktake and for global climate justice. We explore current technical accounting shortcomings and broader social and environmental impacts, and suggest interventions

Speakers: Academic researchers and NGO stakeholders, including representatives from the Global South
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Berlin
Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO)
Sra. Elvira Gutierrez
elviragutierrezb@gmail.com
+591 7 1916630
THE ADVANCES OF ACTO TO STRENGTHEN THE KNOWLEDGE AND EFFORTS OF THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF THE AMAZON
Share the advances to promote the exchange of knowledge and policies, which support the initiatives of the rights of indigenous peoples to respond to climate change and launch of the Project "CREATION OF THE AMAZON REGIONAL PLATFORM OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF ACTO"

Speakers: - Authorities of the Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization - Guests from indigenous peoples of the Amazon, LCIPP UNFCCC, European Union, Euroclima+ Program
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
16:45—18:15
Room Bonn
British Standards Institution (BSI)
Mr. Daniel Barlow
daniel.barlow@bsigroup.com
+44 7593 452344
Net-zero governance - alignment and building ambition
Currently there is no aligned definition for net-zero that enables the scale of mobilisation required to limit global warming to 1.5C. By COP27, through the ISO platform, an authoritative set of guiding principles will be produced. This is an invitation to engage. www.our2050.world

Speakers: PROPOSED/NOT CONFIRMED will ensure gender parity UN Race to Zero: Champion /campaign/expert peer review group ISO representative: management or committee member UN SG team / High Level Expert Group Youth/Indigenous speaker Our 2050 World: inclusion of 1 developed/1 developing economy voice
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Berlin
Mediators Beyond Borders International (MBBI)
Ms. Christine Peringer
christine@peringer.ca
+1 613 3261596
International Environmental Communication Association (IECA)
Mr. Gregg Walker
gwalker@oregonstate.edu
+1 541 7404050
University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Ms. Katharine Rietig
katharine.rietig@ncl.ac.uk
+44 191 3080229
Strengthening the UNFCCC collaborative process
How might party and non-party actors better work together to implement the Paris Agreement? What innovations can strengthen UNFCCC processes? What mechanisms best support the inclusion of youth and Indigenous voices? A participatory dialogue on UNFCCC deliberation and decision-making

Speakers: Experienced and newer negotiators from South and Northern Parties, as well as collaboration experts from diverse UNFCCC observer organizations will share their ideas for strengthening the UNFCCC proceedings.
 
Wednesday,
15 Jun 2022
18:30—20:00
Room Bonn
Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA)
Ms. Ingrid Timboe
itimboe@alliance4water.org
+1 202 8212142
Accelerating Adaptation: Water for a climate-resilient Africa
This event showcases the ongoing work of the Adaptation Action Coalition (AAC) water workstream, which supports effective and systematic adaptation planning under the NDCs / NAPs, as well as locally-led finance initiatives including the Africa Investment Programme (AIP)

Speakers: Adaptation Action Coalition (AAC) co-chairs, Government of Egypt, Government of Costa Rica, Government of Malawi, Global Water Partnership (GWPO), Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA), World Resources Institute (tbc)
 
*Provisionally admitted observer organization