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List of exhibits

Legend:
Adaptation, Resilience and Loss & Damage
Agriculture, Food and Land
Capacity Building and NDC Implementation Support
Education, Science and Technology
Energy, Industry and Just Transition
Gender, Women and Youth
Human Settlements, Health and Sustainable Lifestyle
Nature, Biodiversity and Indigenous Peoples

Organizer Theme Booth number and dates Attachments
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
Partnership for Observation of the Global Ocean (POGO)
Ms. Fiona Beckman
fbe@pml.ac.uk
+44 1752 633146
Why the Ocean Matters in Climate Negotiations – sharing the latest developments in climate challenges, impacts & options towards sustainable ocean development connecting science, industry, policy & society on ocean action in the UNFCCC processes and strengthening NDCs. 03. 7-12 November  
Why the ocean matters in climate negotiations [2 Mb]
International National Trusts Organisation (INTO)
Ms. Catherine Leonard
catherine.leonard@nationaltrust.org.uk
+44 20 78247157
Tacking climate change together: Demonstrating success from across the global network of National Trusts, through nature-based solutions, community engagement and policy action 03. 14-15 November    
International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO)
Mr. Hwan Ok Ma
oed@itto.int
+81 80 68500811
Sustainably managed tropical forests are carbon sequesters and sinks. Sustainably produced tropical wood is a renewable, low-carbon substitute for many carbon-intensive materials. Success stories from ITTO and elsewhere need scaling up to realize the full potential of sustainable tropical forestry. 03. 16-17 November    
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
Ms. Levania Santoso
l.santoso@cgiar.org
+62 251 8622622
International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF)
Mr. Peter MINANG
p.minang@cgiar.org
+254 727 492459
CIFOR-ICRAF’s research on mitigation and adaptation helps countries meet their Paris Agreement targets and implement the Glasgow Declaration. Trees, forests and agroforestry offer solutions that mitigate the impacts of climate change, prevent biodiversity loss, restore degraded landscapes. 04. 7-9 November    
Asociación Interétnica de Desarrollo de la Selva Peruana (AIDESEP)
Mr. Roberto Espinoza
ayamtai08@gmail.com
+51 1 954115888
Lessons on NDC climate ambition, with subnational strategies and jurisdictional Amazonian alternatives, from Redd+ Indígena and the Indigenous Climate Platform, for equity and rights in payment for results an 04. 10-12 November    
Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the USA
Ms. Lynnaia Main
lmain@episcopalchurch.org
+1 646 3238664
Faith Bodies Supporting Nature-Based Solutions for Carbon Sequestration 04. 14-15 November    
Freie Universität Berlin (FUB)
Ms. Regine Schönenberg
regine.schoenenberg@fu-berlin.de
+49 172 3026145
Seeing the Amazon rainforest burn for soy and cattle causes despair. We exemplify how fairly traded Brazil nuts with transparent value chains, well conceptualized legislations and further frame conditions help to sustain local populations economically and thereby give the rainforest a chance. 04. 16-17 November    
Coordinating Body of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA)
Mr. Harol Rincon
b.henneberger@gmail.com
+59 9 85944650
Indigenous Peoples of the Amazon will present their advances on Mitigation and Adaptation strategies and policies. 05. 7-9 November    
Plant for the Planet Foundation (Plant for the Planet)
Ms. Yugratna Srivastava
yugratna@gmail.com
+91 78 60571707
Global Marshall Plan Foundation
Ms. Helge Bork
helge.bork@globalmarshallplan.org
+49 40 82290427
Exhibit of Plant-for-the-Planet: displaying its work in capacity building, on-ground actions and educational training of students through Plant-for-the-Planet “academies”, StopTalking.StartPlanting campaign and the Tree Mapper App. Exhibit to feature posters, flyers and videos. 05. 10-12 November    
Health In Harmony (HIH)
Ms. Ashley Emerson
ashley@healthinharmony.org
+1 802 5788868
Listening to and investing in IPLC solutions can open the way to a common, effective solution to combat both the climate and justice crises. Rainforest Exchange by Health In Harmony is a trust- and reciprocity-based alternative which fast tracks climate funds directly into rainforest communities. 05. 14-15 November    
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD)
Mr. Udayan Mishra
Udayan.Mishra@icimod.org
+977 1 9841447788
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
Ms. Suruchi Bhadwal
suruchib@teri.res.in
+91 11 24682100
Mountains are disproportionately threatened by climate change compared to lowlands, due to elevation dependent warming. Leveraging the International Year of Mountains 2022, we will promote the global mountain agenda including the Hindu Kush Himalaya region - the Pulse of the Planet. 06. 7-9 November    
Instituto Andino de Montaña (IDM)
Ms. Julia Klein
julia.klein@colostate.edu
+1 970 2141358
Asociación Civil Oikos (OIKOS)
Mr. Eric Chavez
eric.chavez@fao.org
+39 347 9738198
Mountains are disproportionately threatened by climate change compared to lowlands, due to amplified rates of warming at higher elevations. This exhibit will showcase how local mountain communities are working to address livelihood, climate, and sustainability challenges. 06. 10-12 November    
Asociación Regional de Pueblos Indígenas de la Selva Central (ARPI-SC)
Mr. Esteban Francisco Morales Cama
ethien27@hotmail.com
+51 1 969134774
Indigenous climatic territorial monitoring 06. 14-15 November    
Asociación AK Tenamit (AAT)
Mr. Stephen Dudenhoefer
duden@aktenamit.org
+502 5205 6991
Just transition for indigenous youth - Best practices in preparing forest-dwelling indigenous youth for climate advocacy and green jobs related to adaptation and mitigation 06. 16-17 November    
Indigenous Education Network of Turtle Island (IENTI/IEN)
Mr. Alberto Saldamando
albertosaldamando@gmail.com
+1 415 6569198
Just Transition Alliance (JTA)
Mr. José Bravo
jose@jtalliance.org
+1 619 8386694
Movement Strategy Center (MSC)
Ms. Shantell Bingham
shantell@climatejusticealliance.org
+1 336 8406754
False Solutions, Real Mitigation 07. 7-12 November    
Pew Charitable Trusts (PCT)
Ms. Courtney Durham
cdurham@pewtrusts.org
+1 202 2816521
The Pew Charitable Trusts’ conservation efforts help to preserve wild places and rivers, restore biodiversity, and increase the understanding of ocean ecology in a warming world. Pew also works to minimize the consequences of overfishing, pollution, warming waters, and loss of habitat. 07. 14-15 November    
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Mr. Sandeep Sengupta
sandeep.sengupta@iucn.org
+41 22 9990105
Nature-based Solutions to Climate Change 07. 16-17 November    
International Foundation for African Children (IFAC)
Mr. Michael Nwafejoku
africanchildren@hotmail.com
+234 803 7873061
Earth Child Institute (ECI)
Ms. Donna Goodman
donnagoodman111@gmail.com
+1 203 3769177
Materials that showcase civil society engagement within Africa that drives climate actions across communities and economies. Opportunities that are opened to civils societies that advance climate actions, address social inequalities and investment on development strategies and options 08. 7-9 November    
Asian Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW)
Ms. Deepa Chandra
deepa@arrow.org.my
+60 19 2826898
The exhibit 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. 08. 10-12 November    
Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact Foundation (AIPP)
Mr. Lakpa Nuri Sherpa
nuri@aippnet.org
+66 53 343539
Indigenous Peoples and Paris Agreement 08. 14-15 November    
Rainforest Alliance (RA)
Ms. Laila Yassine
lyassine@ra.org
Multisector partners are working together to build an alliance to protect forests, improve the livelihoods of farmers and forest communities, promote their human rights, and help them mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis. 08. 16-17 November    
Alana
Mr. JP Amaral
jp@alana.org.br
+55 11 977887955
FOR A FUTURE IN THE PRESENT A series of short videos with children's voices on climate justice. Climate change impacts 1 billion children worldwide, while they are the most vulnerable. This series aims to engage participants to take these voices with them as they decide for a future in the present. 09. 7-9 November    
Jeunes Volontaires pour l'Environnement (JVE)
Mr. Sena ALOUKA
yvetogo@gmail.com
+228 90 216740
JVE has been supporting youth organisations across the continent to foster climate action through promotion of agroecology and locally-led food systems, durable energy solutions, youth education and training for climate empowerment (ACE) etc. Time to discover the changemakers and their results. 09. 10-12 November    
Delta Electronics Foundation
Ms. Yi Chieh Yvonne Chan
Yvonne.Chan@Delta-foundation.org.tw
+886 2 87972088
This exhibit will show the science knowledge and practical experiences to proceed community-based coral restoration and conservation of blue ecosystems. It will further display environmental documentaries that record world's most colorful coral ecosystems in a marine protected areas. 09. 14-15 November    
Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature (RSCN)
Mr. Feras Rahahleh
feras.rahahleh@rscn.org.jo
+962 7 990450
Showcasing civil society climate actions from the MENA region (Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Egypt, Tunisia & Morocco) to protect, sustainably manage and restore eco-systems; thereby addressing the dual crisis of climate change and biodiversity loss and increasing local communities’ resilience 09. 16-17 November    
Colorado College
Ms. Sarah Hautzinger
SHAUTZINGER@coloradocollege.edu
+1 719 3896359
Emory University
Ms. Eri Saikawa
eri.saikawa@emory.edu
+1 404 7270487
Fondation Mohammed VI pour la Protection de l'Environnement (FM6E)
Mr. Ismail Farjia
i.farjia@fm6e.org
+212 696 473940
Global Youth Development Institute, Inc. (GYDI)
Mr. Timothy Damon
tdamon12@gmail.com
+1 330 2067553
University of California
Mr. Robert monroe
rmonroe@ucsd.edu
+1 858 9991738
Vanderbilt University
Ms. Leah Dundon
leah.a.dundon@vanderbilt.edu
+1 615 4280643
Youth Climate Leaders: This exhibit highlights the efforts of youth engaged in climate work, curricula, research and networks around the globe. Multiple organizations demonstrate how education, intergenerational partnerships and strategizing inspire effective, youth-centered climate leadership. 10. 7-12 November    
Climate Alliance (Klima-Bündnis)
Mr. Silke Lunnebach
s.lunnebach@climatealliance.org
+49 69 71713932
Climate Alliance – European municipalities in partnership with indigenous peoples – taking local action on global climate change For over 30 years, member municipalities have been acting in partnership with indigenous rainforest peoples for the benefit of the global climate. 10. 14-15 November    
Center for Biological Diversity (CBD)
Mr. Benjamin Goloff
bgoloff@biologicaldiversity.org
+1 917 8280473
The Center for Biological Diversity will exhibit the organization's reports and campaigns on the climate emergency's impacts on endangered species, lands, oceans, and communities as well as reports on oil and gas extraction and the transition to clean, renewable energy. 10. 16-17 November    
University of Colorado at Boulder (CU-Boulder)
Mr. Michael Glantz
mickeyglantz@hotmail.com
+1 303 5794034
African Centre for Climate Actions and Rural Development Initiative (ACCARD Initiative)
Mr. Freeman Elohor Oluowo
hallabigfreeman@gmail.com
+234 330102 2348055303
Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC)
Mr. Kamal Ahmed
kamal.ahmed@adpc.net
+66 65 7182996
Friendship
Mr. Kazi Hoque
kaziamdadul@friendship.ngo
+88 2 84177327
Early Warning Early Action & Youth involvement in hydromet warnings for communities with limited access to finance and in DRR for slow-onset sea level rise threats to river delta sustainability, loss of biodiversity, mangrove destruction, increased risks to natural hazards like floods and droughts 11. 7-12 November    
Global Forest Coalition (GFC)
Ms. Coraina de la Plaza
coraina.delaplaza@globalforestcoalition.org
+34 0 630986010
Brighter Green, Inc.
Ms. Mia MacDonald
macdonald@brightergreen.org
+1 917 6268702
The focus will be to raise awareness about, and advocate for gender-just community-led approaches and solutions to climate change, deforestation and biodiversity loss. We will use multimedia material,including videos, posters, and QR codes to relevant publications exploring on-the ground solutions 11. 14-15 November    
Plan International (Plan)
Ms. Jessica Cooke
Jessica.cooke@plan-international.org
+44 44 7545575533
Gender transformative climate solutions for upholding girls' rights. This exhibit will highlight direct recommendations from girls & young women experiencing climate shocks and stresses. It will showcase new research on girls' leadership & climate action & youth calls to action on loss & damage 11. 16-17 November    
Bloomberg Philanthropies
Ms. Jennifer Cuozzo
jcuozzo@bloomberg.net
+1 347 7682104
African Climate Art Installation A multi installation art exhibit throughout the COP27 site from young & established artists from four regions of Africa that shed light on critical climate issues & opportunities such adaptation, mitigation, inclusion, & just transition. Could remain after COP. 12. 7-9 November    
University of Cambridge
Ms. Tolullah Oni
tolullah.oni@mrc-epid.cam.ac.uk
+44 7380 313286
Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA)
Mr. Eugene Nforngwa
eugene@pacja.org
+237 6 75114396
UrbanBetter Cityzens for Clean Air: a youth-led campaign on clean air and physical activity in Cape Town, Lagos, Accra. Young runners using wearable air quality sensors and an app to generate data while running to support evidence-informed advocacy for healthy climate-resilient public spaces. 12. 10-12 November    
Yale University
Ms. Melanie Quigley
melanie.quigley@yale.edu
+1 203 4449125
Yale Student Environmental Coalition (YSEC)
Ms. Jamie Chan
jamie.chan@yale.edu
+1 203 3936468
Yale University is committed to cutting edge climate change science and policy- training future global leaders on knowledge and leadership for a sustainable future. We will offer interactive displays, interview young scholars, and showcase opportunities to further research. 12. 14-15 November    
Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)
Mr. Bridget Burns
Bridget@wedo.org
+1 914 3103270
Women Environmental Programme (WEP)
Ms. Anne-Marie Abaagu
info@wepnigeria.net
+234 900001 2348117295
In this exhibit, grassroots feminist and climate activists will share stories of fierce struggle, enduring hope and lessons on working in solidarity for change and climate justice. 13. 7-9 November    
Global Green Environmental Network (GLOGEN)
Mr. Richard Matey
matey.richard@aiesec.net
+233 241 582873
Global Youth Change Makers: Lessons from and for the Youth Climate Movement in Ghana 13. 10-12 November    
Care About Climate, Inc
Ms. Hailey Campbell
hailey@careaboutclimate.org
+1 210 2747771
TakingITGlobal (TIG)
Mr. Liam O'Doherty
liam@takingitglobal.org
+1 416 9779363
Highlighting how youth are taking the lead on decarbonizing the future through featuring action projects, art, and NDC recommendations by young people. We will also host an "ask a youth leader" session to foster discussions on youth climate leadership and transformations needed for the future. 13. 14-15 November    
Shanta Memorial Rehabilitation Centre (SMRC)
Ms. Reena Mohanty
ashahans10@gmail.com
+91 674 2300274
SMRC is supporting artists to create climate change awareness. For COP 27 we will exhibit climate-resilient pieces of jewellry. Together will be disability-accessible write-ups to explain them. 13. 16-17 November    
ACT Alliance - Action by Churches Together (ACT Alliance)
Ms. Marianna Leite
marianna.leite@actalliance.org
+351 915 202532
Christian Aid (CA)
Ms. Mariana Paoli
mpaoli@christian-aid.org
+44 0 7864288457
The Lutheran World Federation (LWF)
Ms. Elena Cedillo
elena.cedillo@lutheranworld.org
+41 78 9457646
Amplifying marginalised voices for creation and climate justice - youth and women. The booth will bring the voices of young people and women of faith into the negotiating halls at COP27. It will exhibit artwork and images on this topic created by women and young people all around the world. 14. 7-12 November    
Michigan Technological University (Michigan Tech)
Ms. Sarah Green
sgreen@mtu.edu
+1 906 3692131
Colorado State University
Ms. Aleta Weller
aleta.weller@colostate.edu
+1 970 2139348
Ecological Society of America (ESA)
Mr. George Stephan
george@esa.org
+1 202 8338773
University of Connecticut (UConn)
Mr. Mark Urban
mark.urban@uconn.edu
+1 860 4866113
The Youth Environmental Alliance in Higher Education empowers students to be climate leaders in their institutions and communities, and mentors their engagement with international policy and action on climate and the Sustainable Development Goals. 14. 14-17 November    
Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)
Ms. Laura Tierney
ltierney@bcse.org
+1 202 4893436
Corn Refiners Association, Inc. (CRA)
Mr. Justin Maroccia
jmaroccia@corn.org
+1 202 5343507
Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI)
Ms. Anna McGinn
amcginn@eesi.org
+1 202 6621885
This exhibit will showcase the portfolio of existing clean energy and energy efficiency solutions that deliver both mitigation & adaptation benefits, case studies of success and opportunities for public-private partnerships. 15. 7-12 November    
C Team
Mr. Qi Gao
gaoqi@cteam.org
+86 185 15081533
Plant Technology Alliance (PTA)
Ms. Yuhui Chai
barbara.chai@pta.eco
+86 10 1671008728
The proposed exhibit will demonstrate women’s climate efforts and solutions in Asia, including female farmers (small seeds big health), air packaging solution led by a team of women, female entrepreneurs and nature’s magic wands which is a collection of stories written by moms and kids. 15. 14-15 November    
Peace Boat Disaster Relief Volunteer Center (PBV)
Ms. Karen Hallows
karen@peaceboat.gr.jp
+44 7804 761389
Global Kids, Inc.
Ms. Wida Amir
wida@globalkids.org
+1 202 6500899
Sailing for Change - showcasing youth initiatives with Peace Boat's Ocean and Climate Youth Ambassador Programme, capacity building for youth from SIDS, Africa and globally. 15. 16-17 November    
LINGO e.V.
Mr. Kjell Kühne
kjell.kuehne@gmail.com
+52 967 1053425
Academy for Mountain Environics (AME)
Mr. Sreedhar Ramamurthi
environics@gmail.com
+91 98107 6244
Stand
Mr. Nathan Thanki
nathan@fossilfueltreaty.org
+44 74 95686242
Carbon Bombs and Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty - learn about how to effectively defuse the threat of fossil fuels to climate stability, stopping the biggest fossil fuel projects globally, developing alternative livelihoods for locals and establishing a treaty to end fossil fuel burning. 16. 7-12 November    
All China Environment Federation (ACEF)
Mr. Yao Ni
ny123321@sina.com
+86 10 1391185351
Beijing Greenovation Hub for Public Welfare Development (G:HUB)
Ms. Hongyu Guo
hongyu@ghub.org
+86 10 1381095407
Rock Environment and Energy Institute (REEI)
Mr. Jiaqiao Lin
admin@reei.org.cn
+86 10 61438032
Exhibit concrete and diversified cases about the synergy between climate action and other important actions of environmental protection, such as ecosystem protection, sustainable energy, pollution prevention and control, sustainable consumption. 16. 14-17 November    
Solar Cookers International (SCI)
Mr. Alan Bigelow
alan.bigelow@solarcookers.org
+1 916 4554499
International Solar Energy Society e.V. (ISES)
Ms. Jennifer McIntosh
mcintosh@ises.org
+49 761 4590645
High penetration of variable renewables can support the implementation of climate change commitments. Solar cooking, for example, is a cross-cutting solution for mitigating and adapting to a changing climate, particularly for helping approximately 2.6 billion vulnerable people escape energy poverty. 17. 7-9 November    
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance (GGJ)
Mr. Adrien Salazar
adrien@ggjalliance.org
+1 408 3483941
Coordinadora de Organizaciones de Agricutores y Ganaderos (COAG)
Mr. Juan Reardon
juan.reardon@viacampesina.org
+54 911 21824509
Black and Indigenous leaders, peasants, frontline workers, women, and climate-impacted peoples are leading the fight for climate justice and a Just Transition now. This exhibit provides a climate justice convergence space to explore visions of Just Transition led by grassroots movements and leaders. 17. 10-12 November    
China New Energy Chamber of Commerce (CNECC)
Ms. DAN WU
wudan@cnecc.org.cn
+86 10 63107499
The exhibits will display the solutions of Chinese new energy companies offering to assist green transformation and realization of emission reduction.The relavant reports and magazines published by CNECC will be displayed also. 17. 14-15 November    
Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA)
Mr. Jon Harrison
JON.HARRISON@GCCASSOCIATION.ORG
+44 7743 829613
We represent a vital global industry that has made a milestone pledge to net zero. Exhibiting will provide a platform to engage national govts, policymakers & stakeholders in how they can support the mission with key policies. We’ll also showcase the progress & action underway across the globe. 17. 16-17 November    
European Nuclear Society (ENS)
Ms. Emilia Janisz
emilia.janisz@euronuclear.org
+32 489 971714
Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA)
Ms. Jessica Clifford
cliffordj@cna.ca
+1 613 2374262
Forum Atomique Européen (FORATOM)
Ms. Ann Johnson
jessica.johnson@foratom.org
+32 496 127466
Japan Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc. (JAIF)
Mr. Daniel Liu
dyc-liu@jaif.or.jp
+81 3 62569310
Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI)
Ms. carol berrigan
clb@nei.org
+1 202 4130964
World Nuclear Association (WNA)
Mr. Jonathan Cobb
jonathan.cobb@world-nuclear.org
+44 7525 636705
Nuclear for Climate is a movement of mostly young people who believe only by combining renewables with nuclear energy, we can still deliver on Paris Agreement commitments. 18. 7-12 November    
International Solar Alliance (ISA)
Mr. Shishir Seth
Shishir.seth@isolaralliance.org
+91 981 1058664
International Solar Alliance (ISA) is a unique international platform working with a three-pronged approach for scaling up solar energy deployment across the world. ISA's 'Towards 1000' strategy aims to provide support with Analytics and Advocacy, Capacity Building and Programmatic Implementation. 18. 14-15 November    
World Bioenergy Association (WBA)
Mr. Bharadwaj Kummamuru
bharadwaj.v.kummamuru@worldbioenergy.org
+46 0 767159785
WBA will share technologies, policies, and markets for bioenergy solutions globally including liquid fuels, heat, pellets, biogas, agro residues, cooking, and power etc. with emphasis on opportunities for modern biomass in Africa leading to ecosystem restoration, energy access and improved health 18. 16-17 November    
International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE)
Ms. Judit Szoleczky
js@inforse.org
+45 42 300192
Integrated Sustainable Energy and Ecological Development Association (INSEDA)
Mr. Sanjiv Nathan
sanjivnathan@inseda.org
+91 120 4973642
Sustainable Environmental Development Watch (SusWatch)
Mr. Nobert Nyandire
nobnyandire05@yahoo.com
+254 254 721878329
SustainableEnergy (SE)
Mr. Gunnar Olesen
gbo@ve.dk
+45 24 269933
INFORSE: 140 CSO/NGOs; 100% renewable scenarios in Kenya Uganda EU DK. Online Catalogues of local climate solutions in EastAfrica & SouthAsia: Efficient cookstove, PV mini-grid, solar drier, lamp, watermill, haybox, pressure cooker, rainwater tank, irrigation, greenhouse. Eco-Village Dev. Planning. 19. 7-12 November    
Citizens Alliance for Saving the Atmosphere and the Earth (CASA)
Ms. Michiyo Tsuchida
tsuchida@casa1988.or.jp
+81 6 69106301
CASA reveals key issues related to Japan's NDC and 2050 carbon neutrality. Our macroeconomic model, the CASA model, will show that a 60% reduction by 2030 and decarbonization by 2050 are fully feasible through energy-saving measures of existing technologies and the diffusion of renewable energy. 19. 14-15 November    
International Union of Railways (UIC)
Mr. Vincent VU
vu@uic.org
+33 6 9907660
Transport global agenda to spread the messages regarding the fight against climate change from the railway companies 19. 16-17 November    
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)
Mr. Vikram Kotru
vikram.kotru@ficci.com
+91 0 9717840606
Development Alternatives (DA)
Ms. Bharti Jasrotia
info@devalt.org
+91 11 9910890339
Showcasing Indian Industry's Initiatives towards Net Zero 20. 7-9 November    
Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable Energy (NFVE)
Mr. Daniele Pagani
dp@folkecenter.dk
+39 345 4499450
Center for Management and Strategic Studies (CGEE)
Mr. Marcelo Poppe
mpoppe@cgee.org.br
+55 61 999740111
Transition to sustainable energy systems and models. Energy savings, energy efficiency and 100% renewables. Energy democracy, community energy and universal access to energy. Training & education, best practices, consultancy, R&D, demonstration and testing for the Global North and the Global South. 20. 10-12 November    
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Ms. Charlotte Raoult
charlotte.raoult@oecd.org
+33 1 45240941
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Ms. Jinsun Lim
jinsun.lim@iea.org
+33 6 40415667
This exhibit will share OECD and IEA insights, data and analysis on how to achieve greater ambition and implementation on mitigation, adaptation and financing, addressing climate change and energy challenges. 21. 7-9 November    
Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives Philippines, Inc. (GAIA)
Ms. Maria Elena Vilella Casaus
mariel.vilella@gmail.com
+44 0 7847079154
Ecology Center
Ms. Mariel Vilella
mariel@no-burn.org
+44 7847 79154
'The Zero Waste Hub' will have a program of expert presentations, workshops, and resources available to the public around the topic of just transition strategies toward circular and zero waste local economies, showcasing its contribution to mitigation, adaptation and other co-benefits. 21. 10-12 November    
Renewable Energy Policy Network (REN21)
Ms. Laura Williamson
laura.williamson@ren21.net
+33 0 603060258
Demostrating the power of knowledge, debate and commuication to change the norms around renewable energy and their central role in mitigation, adaptation and resilience 21. 14-15 November    
International Solid Waste Association (ISWA)
Ms. Aditi Ramola
aramola@iswa.org
+91 93535 11912
The waste sector is a minor contributor of total GHG emissions (4-5%) but can play a relevant role as a net saver by helping to mitigate methane emissions by 2030 and developing concrete actions toward a Net Zero future. The participation aims to present global solutions to achieve the agreed goals. 21. 16-17 November    
350.org (350.org)
Ms. Cansin Leylim Ilgaz
cansin@350.org
+90 532 5479043
Recourse
Ms. Fran Witt
fran@re-course.org
+44 7970 799121
Waterkeeper Alliance
Mr. Chris Wilke
cwilke@waterkeeper.org
+1 206 8519483
a documentary with a close look at the socio-economic and environmental impacts of proposed fossil fuel infrastructures in Africa, such as East African Crude Oil Pipeline with interviews from the communities on its path, and the relationship between the goal of 1.5C and the pipelined emissions 22. 7-12 November    
International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
Mr. Mario Castro Grande
mario.castrogrande@itu.int
Turning digital innovation into climate action to reach Net Zero 22. 14-17 November    
Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society (CECOEDECON)
Ms. Vibhuti Joshi
cecoedecon@gmail.com
+91 141 2771855
PAIRVI Associates (PAIRVI)
Mr. Ajay Kumar Jha
k.ajay.j@gmail.com
+91 11 29841266
The exhibit will showcase publications, posters, IEC material and other audio-visual material related to climate change impacts/agriculture/ mitigation and adaptation/best practices/global/ regional/national and subnational policies and efforts of the organization in the field of climate change 23. 7-12 November    
World Biogas Association (WBA)
Ms. Giulia Ceccarelli
gceccarelli@worldbiogasassociation.org
+44 0 7551005377
Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP)
Ms. Allison Bender Corbett
abender@ccap.org
+1 302 2907638
CCAP and WBA work to support every step of climate action, from ambition to implementation across local, national, and international levels. The exhibit will span from climate finance, carbon markets and in particular methane mitigation advocating for the circular economy of organic wastes. 23. 14-17 November    
Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN)
Ms. Sithembile Mwamakamba
smwamakamba@fanrpan.org
+27 82 7991382
The exhibit will showcase climate-smart, sustainable improved practices and how these will address the challenge of food system transformation in the context of AU Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) Malabo targets, the SDGs, and Africa Agenda 2063. 24. 7-9 November    
World Farmers' Organisation (WFO)
Ms. Ambra Raggi
ambra.raggi@wfo-oma.org
+0 39 6421291
Farmers are innovators by nature, providing solutions for healthier people on a healthier planet. This exhibition space will focus on farmers' local experiences in coping with global challenges, especially climate change and its impacts on agriculture and the farming communities across the globe. 24. 10-12 November    
Global Environment Centre (GEC)
Ms. Siew Yan Lew
serena@gec.org.my
+60 16 3864655
Sustainable peatland management in tropical countries through peatland hydrological units, landscape approach and multi-stakeholder partnerships, rewetting and rehabilitating disturbed peatlands for emission reduction and improved biodiversity and ecosystems functions 24. 14-15 November    
International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management (WorldFish)
Ms. WorldFish Communications & Marketing
worldfish-cdrd@cgiar.org
+6 0 192695319
Showcasing the potential and opportunities of diverse aquatic foods, obtained from both the ocean and inland water bodies, as nature-positive solutions that enables sustainable and equitable food systems for climate-resilient food and nutrition security, livelihoods and income, and the environment. 24. 16-17 November    
CGIAR System Organization
Ms. Lynda Robertson
l.robertson@cgiar.org
+1 33 683799568
Transforming food, land and water systems is crucial to achieving global climate goals. This exhibit showcases science and innovation from CGIAR—the world’s largest public research partnership for a food-secure future—that contribute to mitigation and adaptation for the world’s most vulnerable 25. 7-9 November    
IBON International Foundation Inc. (IBON)
Mr. Ivan Phell Enrile
ienrile@iboninternational.org
+63 2 89276981
Environmental and land rights defenders play a crucial role in the fight against runaway climate change. Around the world, however, they experience harassment, illegal detention, forced disappearances, and extrajudicial killings. The exhibit intends to promote solidarity for defenders under attack. 25. 10-12 November    
Eurogroup for Animals
Ms. Camilla Björkbom
c.bjorkbom@eurogroupforanimals.org
+46 70 4835798
How improving animal welfare can help reaching the UN SDGs and create co-benefits for people, animals and ecosystems. 25. 14-15 November    
Mediators Beyond Borders International (MBBI)
Mr. Gregg Walker
commwalk@gmail.com
+1 541 7404050
International Environmental Communication Association (IECA)
Mr. Gregg Walker
gwalker@oregonstate.edu
+1 541 7404050
Peace Rising
Ms. Amber Houghstow
amber@cepb.ngo
+1 817 9460792
Working through climate change conflicts is essential to enduring and productive climate action. The MBBI,IECA, and Peace Rising organizations work to build capacity of people, communities, and counties to address conflict positively and peacefully. 26. 7-12 November    
The British Council
Mr. Mansoor Jalal
info.climate@britishcouncil.org
+44 77 17782165
Culture connects us and brings us together for our planet. It can raise awareness, prompt debate and inspire action for adaptation and resilience. Our exhibit will highlight creative solutions to climate-related challenges, including films, music and virtual exhibitions from around the world. 26. 14-15 November    
Greenhouse Gas Management Institute (GHGMI)
Ms. Molly White
molly.white@ghginstitute.org
+1 406 3965490
Smart, accelerated MRV capacity-building solutions. Showcasing globally available online carbon management curriculum, including the IPCC Guidelines for National GHG Inventories course series, the preeminent training required to transparently report NDCs under the Paris Agreement. 26. 16-17 November    
Perspectives Climate Research gGmbH (PCR)
Ms. Daniela Laßmann
lassmann@perspectives.cc
+49 174 5192652
International Climate Dialogue e.V. (ICD)
Mr. Stephan Hoch
hoch@perspectives.cc
+49 176 21637381
University of Zurich (UZH)
Ms. Juliana Kessler
kessler@perspectives.cc
+49 178 5884931
Researchers from Perspectives Climate Research will present their latest findings on ambitious mitigation policy instruments compatible with a 1.5°C emissions pathway and the implications on NDC implementation and international climate negotiations 27. 7-12 November    
Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF/IFDD)
Mr. Bado Issa
issa.bado@francophonie.org
+1 581 9897000
Valorisation de l'action climatique de la Francophonie 27. 14-15 November    
Future Earth International
Ms. Rebecca Fenn
rebecca.fenn@futureearth.org
+33 151 74388983
Future Earth is a science programme connecting more than 25 international scientific networks (10k scientists) to foster transdisciplinarity and aiming to achieve the SDGs. Working with the ISC, UNEP, UNESCO and the Belmont Forum, our community is global and diverse. 27. 16-17 November    
Arab Network for Environment and Development (RAED)
Mr. Emad Adly
ghada_ahmadein@yahoo.com
+20 100 1437405
Kuwait Environment Protection Society (KEPS)
Ms. Wijdan Aloqab
g.ahmadein@raednetwork.org
+20 100 1437405
RAED will showcase adaptation and mitigation best practices and success stories from the Arab region to exchange experience between north and south countries aiming for exposure and technology transfer. 28. 7-17 November    
Université Mohammed V de Rabat (UM5R)
Mr. Mohamed Ftouhi
g.ahmadein@aoye.org
+20 100 1437405
League of Arab States (LAS)
Mr. MAHMOUD FATHALLAH
ghada_ahmadein@yahoo.com
+20 101 5891255
A space to present ESD efforts on the national and regional level, through which concerned organizations strive to ensure that all generations understand the impact of CC and are better equipped to take action to protect natural resources & face CC challenges 29. 7-17 November    
University of Texas at Austin
Ms. Katherine Romanak
katherine.romanak@beg.utexas.edu
+1 512 5653762
BHP Billiton SaskPower Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Knowledge Centre Inc. doing business as International CCS Knowledge Centre
Ms. Mandy Selzer
mselzer@ccsknowledge.com
+1 306 5330865
Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA)
Ms. Judith Shapiro
judith.shapiro@ccsassociation.org
+44 7719 763133
Information will be provided from institutions with practical and research experience and technical training expertise in CCS (Carbon Capture and Geologic Storage), including information on pathways for emerging economies to assess their potential for CCS. 30. 7-12 November    
China Association for Science and Technology (CAST)
Ms. Xin Zhou
zhoux288@mail.sysu.edu.cn
+86 0 1562697711
Latest understanding on climate change science;pathways to promote sustained,inclusive and sustainable economic growth;global economic meltdown during the COVID-19 period;effect of COVID-19 on climate change mitigation;strategies for future climate change mitigation and sustainable development. 30. 14-15 November    
Tsinghua University, Global Climate Change Institute (GCCI)
Ms. Alun Gu
gal@tsinghua.edu.cn
+86 10 1891002356
this exhibit will focus on innovation such as carbon trading market and technological innovation. Representatives of research institutions, governments and industry will be invited for discussions to provide suggestions for the joint construction of a community of human and natural life. 30. 16-17 November    
National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)
Mr. Atsuhiko Yoshimura
int-unfccc@nies.go.jp
+81 29 8502132
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
Mr. Kentaro Takahashi
k-takahashi@iges.or.jp
+81 46 8269593
Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan (RESTEC)
Mr. Masatoshi Kamei
ceos-restec@restec.or.jp
+81 3 64356782
This exhibit presents the latest research and technology from Japan's institutes contributing to mitigation and adaptation science and policy, with a focus on themes (decarbonized societies, Asia Net Zero, ETF, GST, etc.) and technologies (AP-PLAT and satellites for GHGs, AFOLU and rainfall). 31. 7-12 November    
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
Mr. Andrew Andrea
andrea@iso.org
+41 22 7490558
The exhibit space is where potential partners will engage on global standards for climate action vital for positive climate impact. This will help promote the value, creation and use of international standards, certify commitments, and encourage learning to continually improve climate action 31. 14-15 November    
Green Economics Institute (GEI)
Ms. Miriam Kennet
greeneconomicsinstitute@yahoo.com
+44 7990 590463
Economic Research Institute for Northeast Asia (ERINA)
Ms. Enkhbayar Shagdar
enkhee@erina.or.jp
+81 25 2905545
Global Greens (Verts Mondiaux) (Global Greens)
Mr. Frank Sheridan
secretary@globalgreens.org
+44 7914 975875
MakeWay Charitable Society
Mr. Naolo Charles
ncharles@beinitiative.com
+1 647 8333401
Technology Education Research and Rehabilitation for Environment Policy Centre (TERRE Policy Centre)
Mme Vinitaa Hemant Apte
aptevh@gmail.com
+91 0 982091537
Tianda Institute
Mr. Haipeng Liu
JACKLIU@HKYSA.ORG
+0 852 56287556
All our futures: New voices and leadership: inspiring fast climate action for 1.5 degrees:-Implementing inclusion,intersectionality,indigenous, access, youth, feminist, minorities, resilence: food, water, farming, nature, biodiversity, environmental justice, caring for each other & the planet 32. 7-12 November    
European Space Agency (ESA)
Mr. Frank Martin Seifert
frank.martin.seifert@esa.int
+390 6 94180560
ESA will inform on its activities to monitor systematically changes in our climate and environment from space to support the Paris Agreement. From regional efforts (REDD+) to global observation (ECVs), Earth Observation will be exposed as a feasible and practical tool to understand climate change. 32. 14-15 November    
WOMENVAI (WOMENVAI)
Ms. Yvette Ramos
yvette.ramos@womenvai.org
+33 6 64366164
Innovative and disruptive solutions to address Climate Change adaptation and mitigation while keeping 1.5°C limit alive by WOMENVAI – WOmen and Men together in ENVironment and Artificial Intelligence - and partners working in STEM - Science, Technology Engineering and Maths. 32. 16-17 November    
Cornell University
Ms. Allison Chatrchyan
amc256@cornell.edu
+1 607 2354765
Arizona State University (ASU)
Ms. Jessica Givens
jlgivens@asu.edu
+1 818 6871290
Stanford University
Mr. Patricia Hines
phines@stanford.edu
+1 650 7362357
Cornell, Arizona State University, and Stanford are energizing cutting-edge research to address the climate change challenge. Fueled by the interdisciplinary expertise of faculty, we are developing mitigation/adaptation solutions to agroecological & food, energy, education, and socioeconomic systems 33. 7-12 November    
Ecologica Institute (EI)
Mr. Michael Davies
mike@co-restore.earth
+44 7525 7525893071
Created by the Ecologica Institute, the SOCIALCARBON Standard is an international Greenhouse Gas standard focused on NbS and embedding local communities in ecosystem restoration. We wish to exhibit the standard, showcase projects being developed and share insights on local community engagement. 33. 14-15 November    
Climate Strategies
Ms. Julie-Anne Hogbin
julie-anne.hogbin@climatestrategies.org
+4 7539 225147
Climate Strategies works at the science-policy interface, advancing climate policy through meaningful interactions between decision-makers and researchers. Our members place impact at the heart of research, to catalyze climate action through stakeholder engagement with robust evidence. 33. 16-17 November    
ParisTech (ParisTech)
Mme Nadia Maizi
nadia.maizi@minesparis.psl.eu
+0 33 674539235
Centre International de Recherche sur l'Environnement et le Développement (CIRED)
Mr. christophe cassen
cassen@centre-cired.fr
+33 75 3368653915
Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris (Mines ParisTech)
Mme Sandrine Selosse
sandrine.selosse@minesparis.psl.eu
+0 33 614147437
This booth will present our activities on long-term modeling of energy-climate issues. It will be a place to exchange ideas on the climate policies and their impacts on worldwide societies, on specific issues on how GHG neutrality can be reached including North/South issues reconciliation. 34. 7-12 November    
Climate Chain Coalition (CCC)
Mr. Tom Baumann
tom@novasphere.ca
+1 613 7951158
International Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges (IAAI)
Mr. Miroslav Polzer
polzer@glocha.info
+43 664 4203648
The Climate Chain Coalition includes over 325 organizational members in over 50 countries with innovative digital technology & governance projects for more effective climate actions & inclusive climate justice. Key focus on advancements for next generation standardization & digital infrastructure. 34. 14-15 November    
Monash University
Ms. Tahl Kestin
tahl.kestin@monash.edu
+61 3 99052350
An impact-focused university, Monash is using its UN award winning Net Zero Initiative and highly innovative partnerships with government, business, community & youth to drive net zero precincts, industrial transformations, green finance, community resilience, and climate empowerment in Asia-Pacific 34. 16-17 November    
University of Reading
Ms. Rosalind Cornforth
r.j.cornforth@reading.ac.uk
+44 7956 115652
University of Exeter
Ms. Alissa Haward
a.b.haward@exeter.ac.uk
+44 7917 447656
As one of 8 WCRP regional “My Climate Risk” hubs, we will share research aiming to mainstream a bottom-up approach to regional climate risk. This starts with decision-makers & includes innovative capacity building eg. Walker Academy & University of Reading’s groundbreaking MSc in Climate Change & AI 35. 7-9 November    
CO2GeoNet - The European Network of Excellence on Geological Storage of CO2 (CO2GeoNet)
Ms. Ceri Vincent
info@co2geonet.com
+44 1159 9363318
Taiwan Carbon Capture Storage and Utilization Association
Mr. Joey LU
joey@itri.org.tw
+886 3 5915963
WE NEED CO2 CAPTURE AND STORAGE (CCS & CCUS) TO MEET THE PARIS AGREEMENT TARGETS! Information for non-specialists on the science behind CO2 geological storage, a proven and flexible GHG mitigation technology, and why we need it. Graphics, hands-on exhibits and brochures to download in 30 languages 35. 10-12 November    
Environmental Quality Protection Foundation (EQPF)
Mr. I-Chan Cheng
chengic.eqpf@gmail.com
+886 2 23211155
How can climate change education continue to be promoted under the epidemic? Through the integration of distance environmental learning education courses and exhibitions, EQPF strengthens and urges schoolchildren, indigenous peoples and teachers to deepen their understanding of the CC issues. 35. 14-15 November    
Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)
Mr. Chen-An Lien
CALien@itri.org.tw
+886 937 182786
ITRI’s Innovative Low-Carbon Strategies to Achieve Net-Zero Transition: introducing ITRI’s advanced technology towards Net-Zero Transition by exploring high-value circular materials, smart manufacturing systems, and supply chain management to achieve a sustainable future through global partnerships 35. 16-17 November    
The Association of Commonwealth Universities (The ACU)
Mr. George Lakey
george.lakey@acu.ac.uk
+44 20 34092175
ACU stand highlighting the work we do in climate-related research and education, with a focus on the Commonwealth Futures Climate Research Cohort and their research-to-action projects 36. 7-9 November    
Trustees of Tufts College (Tufts University)
Ms. Mieke van der Wansem
mieke.wansem@tufts.edu
+1 617 8728099
Ethiopia
Mr. Muluneh Hedeto
mulunehmefcc@gmail.com
+251 0 912499802
This booth will present the research of the Climate Policy Lab at The Fletcher School at Tufts University, and other Tufts research and educational opportunities, as well as information on the role of nature-based solutions in addressing climate change in Ethiopia (Green Legacy Initiative). 36. 10-12 November    
European Business Council for Sustainable Energy (e5)
Mr. Kolja Kuse
kolja.kuse@e5.org
+49 89 9295422
International Council for Sustainable Energy (ICSE)
Ms. Laura Tierney
ltierney@bcse.org
+1 202 4893436
Secrétariat général de l'union du Maghreb Arabe (UMA)
Mr. ABDELHAFID BOUTALEB
boutaleb.hafid@gmail.com
+212 660 120458
e5/ICSE & UMA will showcase a diverse set of technology solutions, including clean energy, energy efficiency, clean building materials and CDR-methods, that will be needed to make the energy and material transition in countries around the globe for achieving net-zero goals with help of NET. 36. 14-17 November    
Asociación La Ruta del Clima
Mr. Adrián Martínez Blanco
adrian.martinez@larutadelclima.org
+358 50 3454096
Fundación Sustentabilidad sin Fronteras (SSF)
Mr. Mariano Villares
marianov@sustentabilidadsf.org.ar
+54 11 30595592
International-Lawyers.Org (INTLawyers)
Mr. Curtis Doebbler
curt1313@gmail.com
+1 210 7800054
Unión de Industriales para Saneamiento Cuencas Matanza Riachuelo y Reconquista (UISCUMARR)
Mr. Fernando Giron
marianovillares25@gmail.com
+54 11 23456789
The exhibit will focus on loss and damage research in Latin America and its connection with Human Rights. Publications and case studies will be showcased. 37. 7-12 November    
Comité permanent inter-états de lutte contre la sécheresse au Sahel (CILSS)
Mr. Maguette KAIRE
maguette.kaire@cilss.int
+0 227 92255978
Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD)
Mr. Vincent BLANFORT
vincent.blanfort@cirad.fr
+33 6 652863718
Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)
Mr. Jean-Luc Chotte
jean-luc.chotte@ird.fr
+33 0 491999544
Institut International du Froid (IIF)
Mr. Didier COULOMB
iif-iir@iifiir.org
+33 1 42273235
Institut national de la recherche pour l'agriculture, l'alimentation et l'environnement (INRAE)
Ms. Claire Weill
claire.weill@inrae.fr
+33 6 15764734
The acceleration of climatic extremes in West Africa and Sahel region, a critical analysis of warning and prevention systems 37. 14-17 November    
Local Environment Development and Agricultural Research Society (LEDARS)
Mr. Mohon Mondal
ledars.bd@gmail.com
+880 1713 462821
Asociación Ambiente y Sociedad (AAS)
Sra. Andrea Prieto
andreaprieto@ambienteysociedad.org.co
+57 1 3124160186
Locally Led Adaptation, Nature-Based Solutions, Resilient Livelihoods, Adaptation Technology, Disaster Management, promote agroecological agriculture, voices of indigenous women, 38. 7-9 November    
Coastal Association for Social Transformation Trust (COAST Trust)
Mr. Aminul Hoque
aminul.coast@gmail.com
+88 2 1713328815
Coastal Development Partnership (CDPBD)
Mr. Md Atiqur Rahman Tipu
tipucdp@yahoo.com
+88 18 47091611
Title: A Tale from Climate Ground Zero: Vulnerability, Adaptation & Resilient in Water Crisis of Bangladesh. The exhibit will show photo & audio-video documentary on the issue of vulnerability, adaptation & resilient activities focusing the climate change and water crisis, in Bangladesh. 38. 10-12 November    
Practical Action
Mr. Oliver Arnold-Richards
Oliver.Arnold-Richards@practicalaction.org.uk
+44 7792 300291
Practical Action will share proven adaptation solutions, developed with communities. We’ll bring lived experience to the negotiations, across early warning systems, regenerative agriculture and water scarcity, to inform policy & funding decisions that deliver for poor people in affected communities. 38. 14-15 November    
World Resources Institute (WRI)
Mr. Nathan Cogswell
nathan.cogswell@wri.org
+1 202 7297802
Climate change endangers the well-being of people and nature, and we have only a narrow window to avoid much worse climate impacts. At COP27, WRI will profile the importance to take bold action to curb emissions, build resilience, and advance solutions to addressing loss and damage. 38. 16-17 November    
Center for Participatory Research and Development (CPRD)
Ms. rushati das
rushati@cansouthasia.net
+91 98744 58868
Adaptation and Climate Change induced Displacement 39. 7-9 November    
Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA)
Mr. Simon Peter Bukenya
simon.bukenya@afsafrica.org
+256 256 2567598329
Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA) will launch a publication - the Barefoot Guide on Climate Change Adaptation 39. 10-12 November    
IGAD Climate Prediction and Applications Centre (IGAD-ICPAC)
Mr. Nicolas Bellet
nicolas.bellet@igad.int
+254 11 428270
African Centre of Meteorological Application for Development (ACMAD)
Mr. KAMGA FOAMOUHOUE Andre
contact@acmad.org
+227 227 96271757
Observatoire du Sahara et du Sahel (OSS)
Ms. Sonia ABASSI
boc@oss.org.tn
+216 71 206633
To present the range of climate services produced by ICPAC, ACMAD, and OSS - products, practices, advocacy, and public engagement aimed at improving resilience in the Greater Horn of Africa, the Sahara and the Sahel, some of the world’s regions most affected by climate change. 40. 7-12 November    
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
Ms. Anne Schulthess
anne.schulthess@iied.org
+44 20 34637399
IIED is an international policy & action research organisation delivering solutions to sustainable development; linking local priorities to global challenges. We’re working to ensure that local communities are empowered to lead sustainable & effective adaptation to climate change at the local level. 40. 14-15 November    
Home of Sibuyan Island Peoples (BSI)
Mr. Rodne Galicha
info@bayay.ph
+63 927 1515908
The exhibit "Lost and Damaged" are creative illustrative stories and artworks of young people affected by the climate crisis across Asia. Live video feed can be viewed faith-based youth communities best practices. (with Aksyon Klima Piliipnas, Asia Climate Change Consortium and Living Laudato Si') 40. 16-17 November    
Energies 2050 (Energies 2050)
Mr. STEPHANE POUFFARY
stephane.pouffary@energies2050.org
+33 6 80319189
Centre for 21st Century Issues (C21st)
Ms. Titilope Akosa
titiakosa@gmail.com
+234 10 8023047678
Environnement et Developpement du Tiers-Monde (ENDA-TM)
Mr. Seck Emmanuel
ssombel@yahoo.fr
+221 33 8222496
Climate proof initiatives in Africa: Learn and take stock from the communities and Non-State Actors to reach the Paris Agreement and to win the Race to adaptation and resilience while reinforcing gender mainstreaming, access to climate finance and climate justice in African cities and territories 41. 7-12 November    
Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII)
Mr. Michael Zissener
zissener@ehs.unu.edu
+49 228 8150249
MCII supports policy makers, practitioners & researchers on the topic of climate and disaster risk finance and insurance (CDRFI) in the context of adaptation, NAPs, Loss & Damage. MCII features case study results and guidance for implementation of CDRFI 41. 14-15 November    
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)
Mr. Yoon Suk Choi
yoon.choi@gggi.org
+82 10 95301149
Enhanced climate planning (NDC, NAP, LTLEDS); solutions in climate smart agriculture, NBS, urban resilience; innovative finance (green bonds, debt swaps, carbon pricing); inclusive and sustainable green recovery and just transitions in developing countries. 41. 16-17 November    
Keren Kayemet LeIsrael/The Jewish National Fund (KKL-JNF)
Ms. KARINE BOLTON
karineb@kkl.org.il
+972 50 7255737
Life and Environment (L&E)
Mr. nir giron
planning@sviva.net
+972 972 556652903
KKL-JNF, has rich experience in sustainable afforestation practices in semi-arid regions. By using advanced techniques for watershed management, soil conservation, & planting; and by sharing our knowledge with others, we can turn ecological challenges into opportunities. 42. 7-9 November    
Third World Network (TWN)
Ms. Yvonne Miller Berlie
ymiller@twngeneva.ch
+41 22 9083550
present documents linked to the ongoing negociations 42. 10-12 November    
SouthSouthNorth Projects Africa (SSN Africa)
Ms. Emma Baker
emma@southsouthnorth.org
+27 21 4470211
The Federation for Associations Connected to the International Humana People to People Movement (FAIHPP)
Mr. David Kerkhofs
david.kerkhofs@humana.org
+34 676 240327
SouthSouthNorth and Humana will showcase work from multiple programmes focused on strengthening climate resilience in the global South and Africa in particular. Special emphasis will be placed on locally financed climate action, evidence-based decision-making and community-led initiatives. 43. 7-9 November    
East African Community (EAC)
Mr. Ladislaus Leonidas
kleonidas@eachq.org
+255 767 450226
East African Community showcasing its initiatives on climate change 43. 10-12 November    
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)
Ms. Regina Banks
regina.banks@elca.org
+1 916 2085334
Faith based best practices for adaptation 43. 14-15 November    
Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU)
Ms. Sonja Ohlsson
sonja.ohlsson@dk.brahmakumaris.org
+45 30 230738
Abibimman Foundation (AF)
Mr. Kenneth Amoateng
kamoateng@gmail.com
+233 24 4023651
Faith Association of the Rehabilitation of Street Children and Orphans (FARSO)
Mr. Nana Amoateng
akennethnana@gmail.com
+233 5067 66466
International Youth and Student Movement for the United Nations (ISMUN)
Mr. Oluwole David Oshota
davidoshota@gmail.com
+1 404 4521338
AF, FARSO, ISMUN, and Brahma Kumaris exhibit projects supporting the UNFCCC Framework’s objectives and purposes; and respect for the fulfilment of the principles. How shifts in consciousness and systemic thinking open doors to technologies and sustainable lifestyles grounded in integrity and care. 44. 7-12 November    
Congregation of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Carmelite NGO)
Mr. Eduardo Agosta Scarel
eduardo.agosta@gmail.com
+34 611 659254
Jeunesse Étudiante Catholique Internationale (IYCS-JECI)
Mr. Innocent ODONGO
innocent.odongo@iycs-jeci.org
+33 6 61684821
Society of Catholic Medical Missionaries (SCMM)
Ms. Mary Jane Caspillo
mmsUN@medicalmissionsisters.org
+1 215 9009040
The documentary for the exhibit will include a compilation of videos from direct witnesses and victims of loss & damage, human rights violations, environmental refugees and the global south sharing their experiences; followed by a message targeting the global north and a promotional segment. 44. 14-17 November    
Sustain Our Abilities
Ms. Marcalee Alexander
malexander@sustainourabilities.org
+1 775 3439322
Nurses Across the Borders (NAB)
Mr. PETERS OMORAGBON
petersomoragbon@gmail.com
+44 75 80081195
Reevaluation Foundation
Ms. Janet Kabue
kabuewambui@gmail.com
+254 2 722842095
Being healthy helps optimize our abilities, but climate change makes healthy activities harder. This exhibit brings a diverse, globally, and economically balanced group of health providers together with persons from vulnerable contingencies to share best practices for a healthy future for all. 45. 7-12 November    
Sustainable Population Australia Inc. (SPA)
Ms. Jane O'Sullivan
j.osullivan@uq.edu.au
+61 427 420743
Population, Health and Environment (PHE) integrated development projects empower communities through sustainable resource management and family planning to build climate resilience and better futures for their families, their fisheries and their forests. We showcase projects in Uganda and Ethiopia. 45. 14-15 November    
The Climate Center
Ms. Ellen Cohen
ellie@theclimatecenter.org
+1 707 5251665
Can California become carbon negative & equity positive by 2035? We will share the latest from the world's 5th largest economy on collaborative, just strategies to secure the distributed Grid for the Future, natural carbon sequestration solutions & community-based resilience. 45. 16-17 November    
Global Ecovillage Network (GEN - International)
Ms. Anna Kovasna
anna.kovasna@ecovillage.org
+44 7894 538504
Gaia Education
Mme Sally Bogale
sally.bogale@gaiaeducation.org
+44 131 6189770
Ecovillages turn communities into powerful hubs for adaptation & regeneration. From ecosystem restoration & low ecological footprints to cultural practices & models for livelihoods & governance, ecovillages showcase community-led, attractive & holistic approaches to resilience on all continents. 46. 7-9 November    
Integrated Research and Action for Development (IRADe)
Mr. Probal Ghosh
p.ghosh@irade.org
+91 11 26676180
National Council for Climate Change, Sustainable Development and Public Leadership (NCCSD)
Mr. SHELAT KIRIT
drkiritshelat@gmail.com
+91 79 6421580
Electric Vehicles: Charging Patterns and Impacts on DISCOMS-IRADe developed EV load calculator for DISCOMS to understand patterns of electricity load & charging demand until 2030. It indicates annual energy needed by EVs matching its charging behaviour with typical hourly load curves for all seasons 46. 10-12 November    
Generation Atomic (Gen A)
Mr. Matthew Meyer
Matt@generationatomic.org
+1 612 4833440
Human scaled installation representing personal energy use of people around the world, and the environmental impacts associated with various energy technologies in terms of raw materials mined, water consumed, and land required to make tangible and concrete the scale of the decarbonization challenge 46. 14-15 November    
U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
Ms. Elizabeth Beardsley
ebeardsley@usgbc.org
+1 571 9707916
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (LILP)
Ms. Amy Cotter
acotter@lincolninst.edu
+1 617 5032146
This exhibit inspires governments and advocates to use land and water policy as climate solutions. Examples and resources: public buildings at net zero with deep efficiency and renewable energy; land use, urban form, and related fiscal strategies; and climate science and solution education. 47. 7-9 November    
National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States (Baha'i International Community)
Mr. Daniel Perell
dperell@bic.org
+1 860 6704093
Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation
Mr. Steve Chiu
Steve_chiu@tzuchi.us
+1 614 7079151
The gap between knowledge and implementation can be bridged through a commitment to ethical values turning ambition to action. This exhibit will showcase efforts from grassroots faith based communities, from Colombia to Vanuatu, from USA to the DRC, to be learned by all as citizens of a common home. 47. 10-12 November    
University of Technology Malaysia (UTM)
Mr. Loon Wai Chau
lwchau@utm.my
+60 12 2986302
The exhibit will showcase international city-to-city collaborative efforts and integrative approach actually taken, and report achievements made over the past year among Malaysian cities to accelerate the transition into carbon neutrality by 2050. 47. 14-15 November    
Foundation of Taiwan Industry Service (FTIS)
Ms. Chen-Yu Yeh
jeanyeh@ftis.org.tw
+886 2 27844188
The exhibit demonstrates practices of building resilient and inclusive cities and adapting to climate change. It will showcase projects centering on the low-emission transportation transition, key aspects for integrating Voluntary Local Reviews, and carbon disclosure and offset project engagement. 47. 16-17 November    
Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM)
Mr. Aaron Tuckey
aaron.tuckey@swedishepa.se
+46 7 32031956
Nordic Development Fund (NDF)
Ms. Mira Banerjee
mira.banerjee@ndf.int
+358 50 4651522
Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO)
Mr. Lia Oker-Blom
lia.oker-blom@nefco.int
+358 50 3256610
Nordic Investment Bank (NIB)
Mr. Arild Moen
arild.moen@nib.int
+358 50 5680420
The Nordic Working Group for Climate and Air (NKL) promotes implementation of the Paris Agreement. The Nordic Financial Institutions NEFCO, NDF and NIB provide green financing. We will present our recent activities and publications and invite to discussions on Nordic Climate Solutions. 48. 7-12 November    
Taiwan Research Institute (TRI)
Ms. Wan-Ting Yen
wanting.yen@tri.org.tw
+886 933 445204
Association des Scientifiques Environnementalistes pour un Développement Intégré (ASEDI)
Mr. Mohamed-Awali Ouro-Djeri Djobo
tontonhawal@yahoo.fr
+228 93 731645
Autorité de développement intégré de la région du Liptako-Gourma (ALG)
Mr. Donseg Salvador Somda
salvasomda@yahoo.fr
+226 226 2267026464
Responding to Climate Change (RTCC)
Ms. Nicole Serrij
ns@rtcc.org
+44 207 7992222
Demonstrate how aid and financial institutions can strengthen the capabilities of developing countries through capacity building and knowledge transfer to make developing countries bankable, thus enabling developing countries to access climate finance. 48. 14-17 November    
Commission des Forêts d'Afrique Centrale (COMIFAC)
Mr. Chouaibou Nchoutpouen
cnchoutpouen@comifac.org
+237 6 99523407
Association of Sustainable Ecological Engineering Development (ASEED)
Mr. Alex Chuang
alex@jwprocess.com.tw
+886 0 988861790
Challenges for the implementation of the NDC in central Africa. We will present the NDC status for 11 countries Members of COMIFAC and share their experiences and lessons learned. 49. 7-9 November    
Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
Mr. Konan Raoul KOUAME
kokouame@ecowas.int
+234 818 136919
ECOWAS Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE)
Ms. Adeola Adebiyi
aadebiyi@ecreee.org
+238 238 9265619
ECOWAS and its special agencies are supporting Member States in implementing climate actions. This space will be used to exhibit the main achievements so far through books, flyers, rollout banners, and other relevant documents. 49. 10-12 November    
The OPEC Fund for International Development (The OPEC Fund)
Mr. Somnath Basu
s.basu@opecfund.org
+43 0 6649304002
The OPEC Fund would exhibit its financial instruments available worldwide and would seek to attract new partners to work together, alongside the Arab Coordination Group, in the area of climate change and energy transition, showcasing projects totaling US$ 8.67 Bn in Egypt in the energy sector. 49. 14-15 November    
World Union of Small and Medium Enterprises (WUSME)
Ms. Maria Valeria Pasquini
info@wusme.org
+39 335 7347947
SMEs & Crafts facing Climate Change and Remedial Measures. The event will present cases of SMEs adaption to Climate Change, related problems, solutions and impacts. The event will address SMEs questions on how to finance climate change and proposals on how to facilitate their access to funding. 49. 16-17 November    
HATOF Foundation
Mr. Samuel Confidence Dotse
samuel.dotse@hotmail.com
+233 50 6679055
Ghana
Mr. Daniel Benefoh
dbenefor2000@gmail.com
+233 24 6114652
Sharing key findings from implementing programs and projects categorized under Nature-based Solutions, climate finance, energy transition, carbon finance, and article 6, and transparency of action and support. 50. 7-9 November    
Asociación Civil Sustentar para el Desarrollo Sostenible (Sustentar)
Ms. Carolina Chantrill
cchantrill@asociacionsustentar.org
+54 911 36692186
This exhibit will present the high-impact results obtained from the Technical Assistance Accelerator in LAC, which we developed in 2021. In one year we identified, supported, and coordinated 18 projects on resource efficiency, electric mobility, clean logistics, circular economy and climate change 50. 14-15 November    
Russian Federation
Ms. Tatiana Dmitrieva
dmtanya@mail.ru
+7 910 4728785
The V.I. Vernadsky Nongovernmental Ecological Foundation (The Vernadsky Foundation)
Mr. Andrey Cheshev
acheshev@vernadsky.ru
+7 919 7296117
Information on Russian approaches and actions in the field of adaptation and mitigation to climate change, including government, business and scientific actions to achieve the goals set in the Russian Low-Carbon Development Strategy 50. 16-17 November    
*Provisionally admitted observer organization