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Title/theme/speakers Organizer Date Attachments
CDM Executive Board: question and answer session
The Executive Board of the CDM will report on its activities and answer questions from the audience
Joyce Malnaric
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
jmalnaric@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1320
Mon, 01 Dec 2008   
Analyzing adaptation: a financial and risk perspective
In this side event we will present on how to assess the financial risks of adaptation, the identification of cost effective mechanisms, and how to share the burden of adaptation financing
Eric Massey
Free University Amsterdam, Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM-VU)
eric.massey@ivm.vu.nl
+31 20 598 8555
Mon, 01 Dec 2008 
Agenda [71 kb]
New Finance Mech - presentation [2 Mb]
PBL presentation [423 kb]
Local knowledge presentation [4 Mb]
Sharing the Burden [691 kb]
Intro presentation [865 kb]
Why adaptation is top priority for Africa now
Africa is experiencing unprecedented impacts of climate change and action is urgent in order to avoid social upheaval.
Grace Akumu
Climate Network Africa (CNAF)
cnaf@cnaf.or.ke
+254 20 386 4040
Mon, 01 Dec 2008   
International cooperation and partnership of emission reduction targets:"Blue Corridor Project"
Presentation on international "Blue Corridor Project", included in the UNECE programme and stressed by the G8 Group to reduce emissions on main routes in Europe. Environment-friendly solutions. Upgrading worthless substances into green energy. A message of a Polish NGO for future generation
Ljudmilla van der Marel
Corporación Andina de Fomento (CAF)
fundacja@ochronasrodowiska.pl
+31 1 6141 2252
Mon, 01 Dec 2008 
Blue corridor [320 kb]
Reduction of CO2 and other Emissions from Road and [78 kb]
China's carbon emissions: who owns them, knowledge gaps and future emissions
An overview of new and recent energy modelling research on China's carbon emissions undertaken in China and Europe, including modelling capacities, goal-driven scenarios and energy transitions in the power sector. A panel of experts will discuss policy implications and types of support needed
Merylyn McKenzie Hedger
Institute of Development Studies (IDS)
H.Bywaters@ids.ac.uk
+44 127 391 5722
Mon, 01 Dec 2008 
Low carbon scenarios - Dr Jim Watson [244 kb]
Energy transitions Chinese power sector - F Urban [338 kb]
China's energy emissions who owns them? Dr T Wang [212 kb]
Experiences in responding to the GCOS implementation plan
The side event will hear short presentations from 4 Parties to the UNFCCC on how they approached the issues identified in the GCOS adequacy report and implementation plan. The GCOS secretariat will also provide a short introduction
Catherine Bannon
Ireland
catherine.bannon@environ.ie
+35 3 1888 2880
Mon, 01 Dec 2008   
The IPCC scientific perspective: policies, instruments and co-operative
Policies, instruments and co-operative arrangements for mitigation IPCC experts will provide information on mitigation options with emphasis on technologies, transport, buildings and renewable energy (including biofuel). They will present available policies and measures
Carola Traverso Saibante
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
csaibante@wmo.int
+41 2 2730 8066
Tue, 02 Dec 2008   
UNFCCC event on the LEG/NAPA
This event will provide an update on the work of the LEG, status of NAPA implementation and will highlight results by collaborating institutions
Marie-Therese Diouf
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
mdiouf-sperling@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1128
Tue, 02 Dec 2008   
Joint Implementation question and answer session and experience and challenges ahead
The Joint Implementation Supervisory Committee (JISC) will explain its work programme and the progress made, and answer questions from the audience. The JISC and the UNFCCC secretariat will describe the experience with Joint Implementation so far and highlight the challenges ahead
Michaela Koch
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
mkoch@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1696
Tue, 02 Dec 2008 
JISC status of work and challenges ahead [181 kb]
JISC financial status [117 kb]
Short-lived Arctic climate forcers: avoiding Arctic tipping points
The Arctic has reached a critical juncture due to unprecedented warming, with record summer sea ice loss. The Arctic Council has begun to consider means to mitigate future tipping points aimed at the short-lived forcers black carbon, ozone and methane. Experts discuss science and possible actions
Pam Pearson
Climate Policy Center (CPC)
pampearson44@yahoo.com
+46 70 5752257
Tue, 02 Dec 2008 
Program and Speakers [38 kb]
Short-lived Arctic Forcers: Background [919 kb]
Methane: Arctic Role and Mitigation Options [1 Mb]
Separate streams? Adapting water resource management to climate change
Using examples from West Africa and Latin America, Tearfund and others explore how developing country governments can manage water resources in the light of climate change, ways in which poor communities can help develop long-term solutions, and means to maximise the impact of adaptation funding
Laura Hughes
TEARFUND
laura.hughes@tearfund.org
+44 20 8943 7956
Tue, 02 Dec 2008 
Separate Streams? Presentation Intro [2 Mb]
Separate Streams? Case Study - Niger [1 Mb]
Separate Streams? Recommendations [52 kb]
Relief Society of Tigray [2 Mb]
Development Fund Norway [1 Mb]
From vulnerability to resilience: the integration of DRR and CC adaptation.
Practical Action and Tearfund share disaster risk reduction approaches to increasing resilience among poor communities. Sustainable natural resource management and strengthened diversified livelihoods reduce vulnerability and poverty while increasing adaptability
Rachel Berger
Practical Action
rachel.berger@practicalaction.
+44 7966 542181
Tue, 02 Dec 2008 
Poster [71 kb]
Conceptual framework adaptation PA [219 kb]
Integrating DRR and Adaptation in Nepal PA [5 Mb]
CCA and DRR experiences Tearfund [4 Mb]
Explaining DRR Tearfund [15 Mb]
A greater risk of sea level rise? New insights since IPCC 2007
The projection of 59 cm for global sea level rise (SLR) according to IPCC's AR4 until 2100 was moderate. IPCC's later Synthesis Report adjusted this upwards. New scientific results offer even higher values. This side event brings the newest scientific intelligence on SLR to the UNFCCC community
Manfred Treber
GERMANWATCH
unfccc@germanwatch.org
+49 228 6049 214
Tue, 02 Dec 2008   
The future of climate forestation projects : new standards and labels
After a comparison of current forestry carbon standards, the Green Initiative will discuss maximizing socio-economic and ecological co-benefits of forest projects. An innovative CO2-code will be presented which enables any CO2-balanced product to be traced to its origin of carbon neutralization
Moriz Vohrer
CarbonFix e.V.
m.vohrer@carbonfix.info
+4 176 64803182
Tue, 02 Dec 2008   
Earth observation from space for global climate change
The importance of Earth observing satellites for determining the rate of climate change and for understanding, prediction, and attribution of causes of climate change through cooperation of CEOS members, as a response to GCOS implementation plan
Thailand
Thailand
jaidee@gistda.or.th
+66 2 940 5498
Tue, 02 Dec 2008   
How REDD policy options interact with forest measuring and monitoring
What is the interaction between REDD policy choices such as mechanism design, inclusion of degradation, maintenance or growth in carbon stocks, and requirements for forest monitoring? WHRC and SPVS experts discuss implications of policy choices on monitoring capabilities, cost, and tradeoffs
Tracy Johns
The Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC)
tjohns@whrc.org
+1 508 5409900
Tue, 02 Dec 2008   
Comparability of mitigation efforts in Annex 1 countries
IIASA presents a methodology for comparing mitigation potentials and costs in Annex I countries in 2020. An interactive mitigation efforts calculator will be introduced and initial results will be discussed with a panel of key negotiators
Susan Riley
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
riley@iiasa.ac.at
+43 676 83807536
Tue, 02 Dec 2008 
GAINS - Initial Results [928 kb]
Critical analysis of REDD: international finance, human rights and false promises of carbon markets
The continuation of destructive logging and neglect of customary rights demands a critical analysis of the impact of proposed REDD policies and trading mechanisms, contemporary experiences of 'forest conservation' and World Bank influenced REDD-iness funds on Indigenous rights and forest protection
Stephanie Long
Friends of the Earth International (FOEI)
stephanie.long@foe.org.au
+61 414 136461
Tue, 02 Dec 2008   
Key issues for Poznan
Discussion on some of the critical issues that will be discussed at the Poznan meeting - these include finance, technology, shared vision and development concerns of NGOs from developing countries
Lim Li Lin
Third World Network (TWN)
twnkl@po.jaring.my
+603 2300 2585
Tue, 02 Dec 2008 
Side Event Announcement [24 kb]
Debating nuclear and climate change
We aim at demonstrating stereotypical points of view of nuclear energy in the context of the climate change debate. We will go through climate and energy related challenges and will interact with the audience; pro and cons characters will intervene during the speech to present their vision
Edouard Hourcade
European Nuclear Society (ENS)
edouard.hourcade@euronuclear.o
+33 1 686956907
Tue, 02 Dec 2008 
Presentation of ENS-YGN [459 kb]
Climate Change -Can We Do Without Nuclear Energy [355 kb]
Toward a sustainable Nuclear energy [1 Mb]
Adaptation aux changements climatiques: initiatives regionales
Presentation de l'Initiative RISACC (Renforcement institutionnel a la scenarisation et en adaptation aux changements climatiques)
Faouzia Abdoulhalik
Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF/IFDD)
f.abdoulhalik@iepf.org
+1 418 692 5727 ext.238
Tue, 02 Dec 2008   
Promoting the involvement of the business community in addressing climate change
Panel on the economic opportunity of CC for the business community & the Green Cross International Solar Fund initiative to make solar power viable & affordable. Global Green USA will also present a country score in terms of Solar Energy & GC Australia will present the impact of CC on migration
Adam Koniuszewski
Green Cross International (GCI)
adam.koniuszewski@gci.ch
+41 22 789 1662
Tue, 02 Dec 2008 
Panel Media Advisory [147 kb]
Bio of Panelists [267 kb]
National People's Assembly final report [682 kb]
Global Solar Report Card [7 Mb]
Panel Programme [272 kb]
Principles and procedures for technology transfer mechanisms under the UNFCCC
CIEL's panel, drawn from both civil society and industry, will explore the national and multilateral elements necessary to enhance technology transfer, i.e. 1) identify relevant technologies and 2) create clear links to needs assessments, effective modes of transfer, and financing
Stephen Porter
Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)
sporter@ciel.org
+1 202 7425845
Tue, 02 Dec 2008   
CDM methodologies - existing & emerging approaches; & PoA - opportunities & challenges
The methodology consideration process highlighting project activities covered by methodologies, new approaches for emission reduction estimations, challenges in transport & energy efficiency methodologies, and opportunities and challenges for PoAs
Emma Scott-Boon
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
escott-boon@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1321
Wed, 03 Dec 2008 
Agenda [987 kb]
A Methodological Update [353 kb]
Methodological challenges of PoAs [3 Mb]
Where do we stand with PoA [69 kb]
Cool nrg's experience as a program developer [7 Mb]
Developing performance indicators and long-term strategy and analysing financing options for DTT
To present the interim results of the EGTT work on developing performance indicators and long-term strategy and analysing financing options for DTT
Xiaohua Zhang
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
xzhang@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1163
Wed, 03 Dec 2008   
Climate change mitigation potential in the Republic of Belarus and post-Kyoto commitments
Belarus evaluated its climate change mitigation potential with due regard for national circumstances and availability of the Kyoto mechanisms. Based on this assessment, the post-Kyoto targets were derived and available means for achieving these targets were identified along with possible barriers
Alexandre Grebenkov
Belarus
sasha_grebenkov@mail.ru
+375 29 6852338
Wed, 03 Dec 2008 
Climate Change Mitigation Potential in Belarus [2 Mb]
Programmatic CDM and JI: first experience with Programmes of Activities (PoAs)
This event will discuss concrete experiences with the development and design of PoAs in different areas like buildings, transport, renewable energies, fuel switch in CDM and JI host countries. The focus will be on scope, design,financial, operational and methodological requirements of PoAs
Klaus Oppermann
KfW
klaus.oppermann@kfw.de
+49 69 7431 2147
Wed, 03 Dec 2008 
Agenda KfW Side Event "Programmatic CDM and JI" [19 kb]
Presentation World Bank CPF1st experience PoAs [84 kb]
Presentation IDEA Carbon pCDM risks [2 Mb]
Presentation KfW PoA First lessons learnt [508 kb]
Presentation SNV Biogas households [291 kb]
GTOS: Enhancing country preparedness for post-Kyoto monitoring, assessment and action
The importance of terrestrial Essential Climate Variables (ECVs) in implementing mitigation and adaptation strategies will be discussed. The need for common methodologies and standards will be noted especially in regards to reporting, monitoring, modelling and mitigation strategies such as REDD
Reuben Sessa
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
reuben.sessa@fao.org
+39 6 57056519
Wed, 03 Dec 2008 
Terrestrial ECVs [2 Mb]
Introduction to GTOS [4 Mb]
Agenda [359 kb]
Nuclear energy
Nuclear energy will be a key component of international efforts to tackle climate change and meet the world's growing demand for clean and reliable energy. This session will highlight current developments in the nuclear industry and the contribution it can make over the 21st century
Jonathan Cobb
World Nuclear Association (WNA)
jonathan.cobb@world-nuclear.or
+44 20 74511536
Wed, 03 Dec 2008 
OECD NEA Nuclear Energy Outlook [3 Mb]
Mitigating Climate Change: IAEA [558 kb]
The humanitarian response to climate change: early warning/early action
Representatives of international agencies present their views and experiences with integrating climate change risk into policies and measures and for strengthening preparedness and response systems
Madeleen Helmer
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
mhelmer@redcross.nl
+31 70 44 55 837
Wed, 03 Dec 2008   
Global observations for climate prediction and adaptation
This joint ESA-WMO side event addresses efforts towards systematic global observations of climate relevant parameters like ECVs defined by GCOS. High quality observations from space and in-situ are fundamental for reliable prediction of climate variability and change, and for adequate adaptation
Frank Martin Seifert
European Space Agency (ESA)
frank.martin.seifert@esa.int
+390 6 94180560
Wed, 03 Dec 2008 
5_Arino_ESA [3 Mb]
4_Seifert_ESA [3 Mb]
3_Moodie_NOAA [2 Mb]
6_Jones_SMHI [3 Mb]
1_Agenda_ESA_WMO [316 kb]
2_Zillman_GCOS [856 kb]
7_Tyagi_WMO [436 kb]
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS): making it happen
The IPCC has identified CCS as the most promising technology for the rapid reduction of global emissions. This side event explores the crucial factors with a view of engaging key stakeholders to move forward the deployment of CCS. It provides a framework for action
Victoria Muzychuk
University of Regina
victoria.muzychuk@uregina.ca
+1 306 3372296
Wed, 03 Dec 2008 
Invitation [259 kb]
IPAC-CO2 fact sheet [128 kb]
European Leadership Challenges - Poznan to Copenhagen
This is the time for Europe to lead. Europe plays a Key role for in the international climate policy debate and the fight against dangerous climate change. What does EU leadership look like presently? Is it winning or losing ground in its leadership role?
Karim Harris
Climate Action Network - Europe (CAN - Europe)
karim@climnet.org
+32 22 29 5225
Wed, 03 Dec 2008   
Community-based adaptation: small is beautiful
CARE International, the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) discuss the role of community-based adaptation within the post-2012 framework
Angie Dazé
CARE International (CI)
angie@care.ca
+1 613 228 3916
Wed, 03 Dec 2008 
CARE-Why Community-Based Adaptation?-Angie Daze [350 kb]
Local mitigation and adaptation measure of indigenous peoples
The side event will discuss the impacts of mitigation and adaptation measures and will also focus on how indigenous peoples are adapting to climate change using their indigenous knowledge systems
Raymond de Chavez
Tebtebba Foundation
raymond@tebtebba.org
+63 74 444 7703
Wed, 03 Dec 2008   
Responding to climate change
Sustainable building/Sustainable living. An exploration of the latest technological advances from the leading experts and manufacturers in the fields of domestic energy efficiency and sustainable building
James Ramsey
Responding to Climate Change (RTCC)
anna@rtcc.org
+44 20 77992222
Wed, 03 Dec 2008   
Monitoring REDD using the GOFC-GOLD Sourcebook: practical examples for data collection
An updated version of the GOFC-GOLD REDD sourcebook offers technical guidance for collecting key data for national REDD implementation activities and capacity development
Danilo Mollicone
Papua New Guinea
dmollicone@rainforestcoalition
+39 33 4913 5075
Wed, 03 Dec 2008 
Agenda [626 kb]
Achard SourceBook introduction [813 kb]
Herold "Critical issues" [2 Mb]
Mollicone "PNG monitoring system" [468 kb]
Van Laake "Community-based approaches" [1 Mb]
Wolf "Capacity Devolepment for REDD" [172 kb]
Holmgren "UN-REDD Programme" [310 kb]
Bosquet "Forest Carbon Partnership Facility" [52 kb]
The new energy revolution: a sustainable world energy outlook
Greenpeace, Global Wind Energy Council, European Renewable Energy Council: a new scenario shows the energy sector changes needed to reduce CO2 and tackle climate change. Renewable energy, combined with energy efficiency and smart energy use can deliver half of the world's energy needs by 2050
Stephanie Tunmore
Greenpeace International (GREENPEACE)
stephanie.tunmore@uk.greenpeac
+44 77 9694 7451
Wed, 03 Dec 2008   
Biodiversity and REDD
BirdLife, The Wilderness Society and the CBD Secretariat discuss means of ensuring that REDD promotes and enhances biodiversity.
John Lanchbery
BirdLife International (BL)
john.lanchbery@rspb.org.uk
+44 1767 680551
Wed, 03 Dec 2008   
Community based adaptation needs and priorities for least developed countries
Adaptation needs vary by society & ecosystem. Presentation of experiences of community based adaptation actions from several ecosystems to reduce CC vulnerability for different groups. Presentations cover vulnerabilities of SLR, flood & drought in countries from Asia and Africa
Atiq Rahman
Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS)
atiq.rahman@bcas.net
+88 2 8818124
Wed, 03 Dec 2008   
Mitigation in agriculture and rural areas
Critical issues in agriculture and rural areas will be discussed, with attention to soil carbon, methodologies for GHGs measurement, and payment schemes. Mitigation opportunities in different biomes and agricultural based systems with positive spillovers for rural livelihoods, food security
Michele Bernardi
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
michele.bernardi@fao.org
+39 6 57052442
Wed, 03 Dec 2008 
Financial incentives - Presa Swallow [443 kb]
Potential of Agriculture - FAO Holmgren [495 kb]
Concluding remarks - IFAD Rahman [148 kb]
Mitigation in Agriculture - Arhus Univ Olesen [1 Mb]
Carbon sequestration - CATIE Ibrahim [2 Mb]
Mitigation in agriculture - UNFCCC [355 kb]
Towards a low carbon economy
Co-hosted together with ITU, UNEP, ITUC and IOE, this event focuses on the Green Jobs Initiative: towards decent work in a sustainable, low-carbon World and how ICT can help to shift from a high to a low carbon global economy
Peter Poschen
International Labour Organization (ILO)
poschen@ilo.org
+41 2 2799 6188
Wed, 03 Dec 2008   
Indonesian TNA and Potential of Sectoral Approach
Indonesian TNA and Potential of Sectoral Approach
Agus Purnomo
Indonesia
apurnomo@menlh.go.id
+62 81 6902269
Wed, 03 Dec 2008   
Presentation on the update of the investment and financial flows to address climate change
This TP was requested by the AWGLCA2 to be presented at AWGLCA4
Suman Seth
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
sseth@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1430
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 
Key Findings [100 kb]
Adaptation and mitigation including tech coop [180 kb]
Possible elements of financial framework [144 kb]
Benchmarking local climate policies and measures: qualitative and quantitative results
Results of Climate Alliance's "Benchmarking Local Climate Protection" show the contributions of local governments to climate targets. In light of the national framework conditions of Germany, the most successful and efficient measures at local level and their results in figures will be presented
Andre Muno
Climate Alliance (Klima-Bündnis)
a.muno@climatealliance.org
+49 69 71713911
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 
Programme [454 kb]
Mitigation: shipping and nuclear energy emissions
Mitigation: The role of nuclear energy and the possibilities for reduction of maritime emissions
Eivind Vagslid
International Maritime Organization (IMO)
evagslid@imo.org
+44 781 4702093
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 
IMO's Agenda for side event [54 kb]
IMO Study on GHG [443 kb]
Latest GHG Considerations within IMO [84 kb]
Main events in IMO’s work on GHG [128 kb]
IAEA Agenda for side event [149 kb]
IAEA Nuclear Power and Climate Change [336 kb]
Nuclear Energy Outlook (NEO) [314 kb]
Poland and nuclear power [162 kb]
Adaptation experiences across sectors and scales
This side event will discuss experiences in supporting in-country adaptation initiatives. Participants include: UNDP, UNEP, World Bank, UN-HABITAT, FAO, IFAD, WMO, WFP, UNFPA, UNFPA and UNWTO
Cassie Flynn
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
cassie.flynn@undp.org
+1 212 9066591
Thu, 04 Dec 2008   
The new finance architecture for post-2012
Based on Wuppertal Institute research and a European Climate Platform (ECP) project, the joint side event will discuss key elements (quantitative and qualitative) of a future finance architecture with particular focus on who should fund financial mechanisms and how to utilise the financial resources
Christian Egenhofer
Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
monica.alessi@ceps.be
+32 2 229 3984
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 
Programme [92 kb]
Noriko Fujiwara Presentation [331 kb]
Rie Watanabe Presentation [149 kb]
Asa Persson/RichardKlein Presentation [46 kb]
An Actionable Guide: Investing in a Well-prepared Society
The missing 5th Building Block. Critical discussions are unfolding around global responsibilities and local realities. This Roundtable will address the key elements of a 2012/2013 strategic policy framework for reducing and mitigating climate impacts in terms of the Human Dimensions
Trevor Harvey
Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future
trev@trevishere.plus.com
+44 149 686 0392
Thu, 04 Dec 2008   
CDM reform: CER discount & demand-side energy-efficiency improvement (BVEK, Climatenet & InWent)
The side event will discuss which criteria could be used for discounting of CERs and what would be the impacts on the global CDM market after 2012. Furthermore, focusing on methodological aspects, key challenges to and opportunities for demand-side energy-efficiency improvement will be identified
Dietrich Borst
German Emissions Trading Association (BVEK)
borst@bvek.de
+49 30 55877304
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 
Discounting-CERs12-08 [623 kb]
Discounting CERs-Lambert Schneider-Poznan 2008 [263 kb]
AM0070-India-refrigeratorcase [322 kb]
MasdarPresentation UNFCCC Side Event Final [3 Mb]
COP 14-CDM reform flyer [99 kb]
Decentralisation and new jobs: how to realise the green economy
The side event shows best strategies towards a green economy at a time of looming climate chaos. Experts will explain the dynamics of a centralized agricultural and energy system as a major cause for climate change and show ways to massively decrease GHG emissions while creating millions of jobs
Stefan Schurig
World Food Council (WFC)
stefan@worldfuturecouncil.org
+49 40 30 709 1427
Thu, 04 Dec 2008   
Submitting SNCs of Uzbekistan and Mauritania
This presentation co-hosted by Mauretania will include description of national circumstances, the measures undertaken to mitigate climate change consequences (adaptation, mitigation) as well as those gaps identified during the SNC preparation
Tatyana Ososkova
Uzbekistan
ososkova@meteo.uz
+99 871 233 6117
Thu, 04 Dec 2008   
Strategies for adaptation to climate change in arid zones
Israel has wide experience with innovated approaches for preventing desertification. Three presentations will be given by prominent experts on solar energy and cutting edge technologies; multi-faceted approaches to water management; and management of soils and agriculture under arid conditions
Yossi Inbar
Israel
ronyg@sviva.gov.il
+972 50 623 3390
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 
Solar Technologies [5 Mb]
Sustainable Irrigation [3 Mb]
Innovative financial mechanisms to mitigate climate change
Debt-for-environment swap as an innovative financial mechanism to mitigate climate change - the Polish case
Maria Klokocka
Poland
maria.klokocka@mos.gov.pl
+48 22 579 2761
Thu, 04 Dec 2008   
Financing action on climate change: needs and priorities as if the development crisis mattered
A fair financial architecture for post-2012 is essential for adaptation and low-carbon development. Presenters will discuss the role, opportunities and limits to private and public financing as well as explore how a financial architecture could reflect a fair sharing of the burden
Vicky Rateau
OXFAM International (OI)
vrateau@Oxfamamerica.org
+1 202 629 6017
Thu, 04 Dec 2008   
Opportunities and challenges for a US cap and trade program: business and policymakers views
Dialogue on opportunities & solutions to challenges facing US and EU industry with the creation of a US cap and trade system. Panelists include Jonathan Pershing, World Resources Institute; Artur Runge-Metzger, European Commission. Moderated by Jennifer Haverkamp, Environmental Defense
Kristin Luber
German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF)
kluber@gmfus.org
+1 202 6832636
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 
GMF side event agenda [144 kb]
Technology and market roadmap to 2020: US clean energy businesses urge action
The US clean energy industry recognizes the urgency and need for action to reduce global greenhouse gases. This panel will provide an overview of the US policy landscape and the important role business and carbon markets can play in contributing immediate and significant reductions
Lisa Jacobson
Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)
ljacobson@bcse.org
+1 202 7850507
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 
BCSE Side Event Agenda [64 kb]
BCSE Side Event Presentations [1 Mb]
Supporting technology finance, deployment and innovation in developing countries (joint E3G & NRDC)
Critical discussions are unfolding around how to support technology deployment incentives in the post-2012 architecture. Key elements to achieve low carbon and climate resilient development include technology & finance as part of sectoral approaches plus a framework to protect & share IPR
Melanie Nakagawa
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
mnakagawa@nrdc.org
+1 202 513 6266
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 
E3G Diary notice [71 kb]
Exec Summary: Innovation and Technology Transfer [459 kb]
Draft agenda [90 kb]
Towards integrated adaptation and mitigation measures in agriculture
The role of agriculture in mitigation of climate change has traditionally been neglected. We will discuss possible synergies and trade-offs of mitigation and adaptation measures in agriculture and discuss how to mobilize stakeholders and enhance cooperation between Asian and European countries
Andrej Kranjc
Slovenia
andrej.kranjc@gov.si
+386 40 618077
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 
Agenda/Flyer [193 kb]
Interactions of mitigation and adaptation [1 Mb]
Case study in Europe [690 kb]
Case study in Asia [1 Mb]
OECD/IEA Annex I Expert Group: enhancing climate change mitigation post-2012
New AIXG analysis will be presented on differentiating countries in terms of mitigation commitments, actions and support; ensuring the measurability, reportability and verifiability of GHG mitigation actions; and broadening participation via sectoral approaches
Elizabeth Corbett
Croatia
elizabeth.corbett@oecd.org
+33 1 4524 7693
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 
Annex I Expert Group [44 kb]
Side event agenda [349 kb]
MRV of Mitigation Actions and Commitments [469 kb]
Options for Integrating Sectoral Approaches [751 kb]
Differentiating Countries-Mitigation Commitments [863 kb]
Next generation climate action
Young people around the world are leading the fight for a just and clean energy future. Hear from youth leaders around the world as they share their experiences with coordinated political action, modeling sustainable futures and offering policy solutions and vision for the next generation
Whit Jones
SustainUS
whit.jones@sustainus.org
+1 914 671 1880
Thu, 04 Dec 2008   
Addressing climate change in CEE and Turkey: REC activities and experiences
Climate change process in Central and Eastern Europe, South Eastern Europe, and Turkey, what a regional international organization can do
Zsuzsanna Ivanyi
Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC)
Zivanyi@rec.org
+36 20 5532639
Thu, 04 Dec 2008   
Mitigation and adaptation using agriculture in Kenya
In Kenya, two agricultural based pilot projects that mitigate climate change, decrease the vulnerability to climate change and increase production, are under development. The projects and a methodology will be presented. The potential impacts on agriculture in Kenya will be discussed
Emily Massawa
Kenya
jwoelcke@worldbank.org
+1 202 473 6054
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 
Presentation 1 [609 kb]
Presentation 2 [1 Mb]
Presentation 3 [1 Mb]
VCS Buffer Concept [1 Mb]
ITL and registries operations
ITL Go-Live activities and the status of the registry network
Jean-Francois Halleux
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
jhalleux@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1809
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
A view on ITL operational activities [571 kb]
The registry systems implementation status [452 kb]
ETS go-live with the ITL: overview [698 kb]
The business contribution to a new climate agreement
The business contribution to a new climate agreement
Kija Kummer Brown
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
kummer@wbcsd.org
+41 22 839 3147
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
Agenda [486 kb]
ECN, ICTSD and University of Sussex event: a post-2012 technology and finance framework
Hopes are high that an enhanced technology and finance framework will lead to a constructive consensus in Copenhagen. This event will address the finance and technology challenge, will zoom into IPR issues, and will discuss proposals on an enhanced technology and finance framework
Stefan Bakker
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
bakker@ecn.nl
+31 224 564021
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
Side-event programme [36 kb]
ECN report "Considering Technology in the UNFCCC" [664 kb]
Ockwel et al - paper - conflicting discourses [111 kb]
Fred Abbott - presentation - IPR and health [1 Mb]
Andrew Higham-presentation-Financing technology [1 Mb]
David Ockwell - presentation - discourses [4 Mb]
Heleen de Coninck-presentation-technology framewor [893 kb]
From laggards to leaders: how the U.S. and Canada can cut their emissions to 25% below 1990 by 2020
The U.S. and Canada can reach science-based GHG targets and do their fair share in a strong global climate regime, according to analyses to be presented by the Union of Concerned Scientists, the U.S. Climate Action Network (U.S.), the Pembina Institute and David Suzuki Foundation (Canada)
Dale Marshall
David Suzuki Foundation
dmarshall@davidsuzuki.org
+613 302 9913
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
Zero waste for zero warming
Presentations and roundtable on the role of waste management policy in addressing climate change. The potential for Zero Waste to significantly reduce GHG emissions. Critique of incineration and landfilling and their inclusion in CDM. Presentation of a new report, Stop Trashing the Climate
Neil Tangri
Ecology Center
neil@no-burn.org
+49 15 206121214
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
Clean Carbon and Storage - A False Solution [512 kb]
Zero Waste for Zero Warming [356 kb]
Big Dams - False Solution [96 kb]
From Kioto to Quito [622 kb]
Resilient Adaptation: Adjusting to a Changing Climate Over Time
This side event will be a window to understand China within the climate change framework, and it will promote intercommunication among representatives from different countries. It will also bring forward a new idea to adapt to climate change, which is promised to be more flexible and favorable.
Ha Yanmei
China Association for Science and Technology (CAST)
haym@igsnrr.ac.cn
+86 10 6488 8895
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
Lessons learned from dealing with great disasters [852 kb]
China Rice Agriculture in Resilient Adaption to CC [2 Mb]
Project Resilient Adaptation [1 Mb]
REDD demonstration projects: principles, standards, methodologies
FFI, CCBA, WCS & AD Partners highlight lessons learned from implementing and financing forest carbon projects in the voluntary market to help inform UNFCCC policy development, focusing on national/project accounting, recognising co-benefits, meeting robust standards, & new REDD methodologies
Natasha Calderwood
Fauna & Flora International (FFI)
Natasha.calderwood@fauna-flora
+44 122 357 9474
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
An investor's perspective - Macquarie [1 Mb]
The Makira Forest Project - WCS [1 Mb]
Multiple benefits and standards - CCBA [531 kb]
Invitation [460 kb]
REDD methodology complexities - AD Partners [102 kb]
Biochar - new item for the climate toolkit to decrease CO2 and black carbon?
Biochar offers carbon negative technology through sequestration in stable soil carbon pools, reducing emissions of CO2 and methane; plus high impact climate pollutants such as black carbon. With both climate and agricultural benefits, biochar belongs on the SBSTA agenda
Pam Pearson
Clean Air Task Force (CATF)
pampearson44@yahoo.com
+1 802 4880991
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
What is Biochar [2 Mb]
Introduction and Policy Overview, Statements [1 Mb]
Biochar: Science Overview [1 Mb]
Moving ahead: practical risk-related adaptation
The event will showcase ISDR System partners' experience in reducing, managing and transfering disaster risks- called for in the Bali Action Plan- arising from climate variability and change, and will draw lessons for the implementation of adaptation activities
Silvia Llosa
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
llosa@un.org
+41 22 9178904
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
Cities and adaptation to climate change
Mapping vulnerability to climate change in Least Developed Countries
Catherine Baker
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
catherine.baker@iied.org
+44 207 388 2117
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
World Climate Conference-3, better climate information for a better future
The World Climate Conference-3 (Geneva, 31 August-04 September, 2009) will establish an international framework to guide the development of climate services and to link science based climate predictions and information with climate risk management and adaptation
Buruhani Nyenzi
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
bnyenzi@wmo.int
+41 22 7308273
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
Announcement [417 kb]
WCC-3 presentation-WMO [773 kb]
Carbon governance in China, India and Brazil & corporate innovation strategies in the power sector
Potsdam University presents research on the governance interplay in China, India and Brazil between public regulators and private actors in CDM. Fraunhofer ISI and ETH Zurich present how CDM, EU ETS and int. climate policy contribute to R&D and diffusion of low-carbon power generation technologies
Lars Friberg
University of Potsdam
friberg@uni-potsdam.de
+49 30 8385 8523
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
Design options for a sectoral crediting mechanism for the power sector post-2012
A presentation of studies by the Energy Research Institute (China) and the Oeko Institute (Germany) conducted for the Global Wind Energy Council and Greenpeace China, exploring the options, challenges and benefits of expanding carbon markets in developing countries
Steve Sawyer
Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)
steve.sawyer@gwec.net
+32 4 95102848
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
GWEC - Mechanism for Sectoral Emission Reduction [1 Mb]
Murray Ward - Sectoral Elements of the post-2012 G [494 kb]
OECD - Sectoral Crediting in the Chinese electrici [452 kb]
Oekoinstitut - Sectoral crediting mechanism [1 Mb]
Innovations for the next level of the CDM: lesson learnted from first PoAs
Presentations of lessons learned from several pioneering Programmes of Activities (PoAs). Participants will discuss how to foster CDM innovations through PoAs. (The side event is organized in cooperation with CDM India)
Christoph Sutter
Swiss Association for Environmentally Conscious Management (ÖBU)
c.sutter@southpolecarbon.com
+41 79 4143684
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
Our future in a changed climate: adaptation and decision-making
This session, will showcase an innovative, participartory approach to understanding our climate changed future. Keep an eye on our website www.sei.se and watch out for the flyers in Poznan for more information
Izabela Ratajczak-Juszko
Sustainable Energy Institute (SEI)
oxfordsei@gmail.com
+44 18 6542 6316
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
Strategic framework for forests and climate change
The Collaborative Partnership on Forests (CPF) will present a proposal for a coordinated forest sector response to the climate change agenda
Michele Bernardi
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
michele.bernardi@fao.org
+39 6 57052442
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
A low carbon transport under different regimes?
Transport is part of the problem but also part of the solution. The event hosted by GTZ,UITP,UIC,& TRL brings cutting edge development from the transport sector. Financial & institutional change, international examples & the role of knowledge transfer to the post-Kyoto process will be discussed
Holger Dalkmann
Transport Research Foundation (TRF)
hdalkmann@trl.co.uk
+44 7810 804849
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
Agenda [36 kb]
Summary Introduction [367 kb]
Invitation [248 kb]
UK-India study on low carbon technology transfer: IPRs, collaborative R&D & a taxonomic framework fo
Interim findings of the UK-India study Phase II (SPRU, TERI, IDS & Margaree Consultants), focussing on IPRs and collaborative RDD&D in technology transfer and the development of a taxonomic framework to guide policy decision making. The study has the support of the UK & Indian governments
David Ockwell
University of Sussex - Sussex Energy Group (SEG)
david.ockwell@gmail.com
+44 7811 136972
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
UK-India tech transfer presentation [761 kb]
UK-India tech tfr paper [601 kb]
Tech transfer and IPRs paper [111 kb]
Overcoming the communication deficit: encouraging climate change debate in the Global South
The Climate Change Media Partnership supports developing country journalists to increase public understanding and debate on climate change issues. Lessons from our projects show how better communication can achieve greater inclusion of Southern needs and voices in decisions about climate change
Natalie Herzhoff
Panos
natalie.herzhoff@panos.org.uk
+44 20 72397634
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
Avoiding dangerous climate change
The latest climate model projections from the Met Office Hadley Centre show that failure to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions quickly and soon could have worrying and significant consequences for the worlds climate. Feedbacks between climate and air quality could also have damaging impacts
Fiona Carroll
Met Office Hadley Center
fiona.carroll@metoffice.gov.uk
+44 1392 884240
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
Hadley Centre CO14 Presentation [2 Mb]
Climate Action Network and equity
Discussing equity in a Copenhagen deal
David Turnbull
Climate Action Network International (CAN International)
dturnbull@climatenetwork.org
+45 0 28722944
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
REDD strategies for high-carbon rural development
Will REDD necessitate conservation X development tradeoffs? Maybe not. Research in the tropical forest margins shows that tree-based systems can generate good financial returns and sustain high carbon stocks. This panel considers the design of REDD strategies for high-carbon rural development
Brent Swallow
International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF)
b.swallow@cgiar.org
+254 20 722 4263
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
BRIEF - REDD Strategies for High Carbon Rural Devt [710 kb]
1 Introduction and Overview [61 kb]
2 Introduction to High Carbon Rural Development [834 kb]
3 Agricultural Productivity & REDD- Cocoa WCAfrica [254 kb]
4 Trees, Forests and Poverty Reduction in Africa [2 Mb]
5 High C Stock Livelihoods Indonesia [1 Mb]
A REDD readiness framework for Ghana
Presentation of Ghana's on-going experience in establishing a process and identifying elements for its national REDD Plan, including how to build on lessons learned from forest governance reform process such as the recently signed Voluntary Partnership Agreement with the EU
Robert Bamfo
Ghana
bamforobert@yahoo.com
+23 324 513 5114
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
Green jobs strategies
The Blue Green Alliance: how can labor unions and environmental groups work together in developing effective strategies for creating green jobs?
Margrete Strand Rangnes
Sierra Club
margrete.strand@sierraclub.org
+1 202 675 7907
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
Carbon sinks, development and forestry post-Kyoto: a way forward
Poverty reduction and greenhouse mitigation can both be achieved via the implementation and expansion of sustainable forestry in the developing world. Any measures to reduce deforestation in a post-Kyoto agreement must recognise both the sink function and economic benefits of forestry operations
Ryan Grillo
World Growth
ryan@worldgrowth.org
+1 202 746 2877
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
The Arctic and post-2012 negotiations - an indigenous perspective
The Arctic Athabaskan Council which represents Athabaskan Indigenous Peoples in Alaska and Canada, invites you to a panel on the Arctic and post-2012 negotiations. We will discuss the emergence of climate change as the key driver of social, economic, cultural, and environmental change in the Arctic
Darcie Matthiessen
Arctic Athabaskan Council (AAC)
darcie.matthiessen@cyfn.net
+1 867 393 9215
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
Implementing and accelerating low carbon technology deployment - lessons from the work of CTI
CTI will present the progress report of its work, and showcase lessons learned in terms of successful ways to increase the deployment of low carbon technology
Taiki Kuroda
International Center for Environmental Technology Transfer (ICETT)
kuroda@icett.or.jp
+81 593 293500
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
CTI Side Event Programme [57 kb]
EE Intervention in Gujarat India [417 kb]
CTI PFAN [3 Mb]
UNFCCC Technology [118 kb]
Scaling up REDD: from projects to national approaches
Forest carbon activities developed over the past 15 years provide a range of insights useful to the development of larger national REDD programs. This event will explore lessons on topics including: carbon accounting, strategy development, payment mechanisms, and project governance
Lex Hovani
The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
lhovani@tnc.org
+61 813 1609 3023
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
Untitled [1003 kb]
Untitled [2 Mb]
Untitled [211 kb]
Noel Kempff [10 Mb]
Liberia [1 Mb]
Indonesia [715 kb]
2°C: requirements, costs, differentiation and equity (WWF and ADAM)
Keeping global warming below 2°C: WWF and the ADAM project present their respective views on emission pathways, technological requirements and economic consequences, sharing emission reductions, and on support for developing countries to achieve their share of reductions
Martin Hiller
WWF (WWF)
mhiller@wwfint.org
+41 79 3472256
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
A Closing Window of Opportunity - Martin Parry [5 Mb]
Costs, Benefits of Adaptatation&Mitigation - A.Hof [419 kb]
Economics of Climate Stabilisation/Brigitte Knopf [808 kb]
Key design options for the Copenhagen agreement
Success in Copenhagen will depend on the balancing of developed and developing country mitigation, resources and mechanisms for adaptation, and new progress on technology transfer. In this event WRI will explore these components and how they interact
Rob Bradley
World Resources Institute (WRI)
rbradley@wri.org
+1 202 729 7670
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
Side Event Presentation [5 Mb]
Youth leadership on climate change: stories from the Asia Pacific
Hear the incredible news of young people creating real leadership on climate change from Australia to India to Indonesia and everywhere in-between. Also, hear youth perspectives on adaptation, technology transfer, emissions trading and awareness raising in Australia
Richie Merzian
Climate Action Network Australia (CANA)
richie@cana.net.au
+61 28 202 1248
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
Socialization in environmental system
Socialization in environmental system
Opeoluwa Dawodu
Nigeria
student4progress@yahoo.com
+23 480 2213 2490
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
Sustainable forestry for climate change, employment and the community
The role and benefits of sustainable forestry for climate change, employment and the community. Economically and environmentally sustainable forestry industry activities have a positive impact on greenhouse gas reduction, while providing good employment and flow of benefits for the community
michael hartman
Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU)
mhartman@forestWorks.com.au
+61 3 93213500
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 
Presentation - Sust. Forestry& Pacific Islands [7 Mb]
Growing together in a changing climate
Participatory & effective local actions led by young people can turn the challenges posed by climate change into an opportunity. Best practices & lessons learned from these local actions exist within the collective programmes of youth organizations, UN agencies & NGOs in many countries of the world
Laurence Pollier
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
lpollier@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151505
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
How to boost CDM in LDCs with south - south cooperation
With the assistance from Norway and the WB a South - South CDM program has been established to boost CDM development in LDCs by focusing on China's experiences. The presentation builds on the Chinese Gov.- WB report "CDM in China - Moving Towards a Value Added Approach"
Brita Slettemark
Norway
brs@md.dep.no
+47 22 24 6035
Fri, 05 Dec 2008   
Architectures for agreement: interim report of Harvard Project on International Climate Agreements
We will synthesize an extensive research effort conducted by 29 teams of leading experts from developed and developing countries, whose goal is to identify key design principles of a scientifically sound, economically rational, and politically pragmatic post-2012 international policy architecture
Robert Stowe
Harvard University
robert_stowe@hks.harvard.edu
+1 617 4964265
Sat, 06 Dec 2008 
Interim Report of the Harvard Project [242 kb]
Robert Stavins presentation [182 kb]
CAO Jing presentation [257 kb]
Carlo Carraro presentation [160 kb]
Technology transfer, the IP system and climate change: challenges and options
What is the relationship between technology development and transfer, on the one hand, and IPRs, on the other?
Marina Ploutakhina
United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
m.ploutakhina@unido.org
+43 664 3529742
Sat, 06 Dec 2008   
The future of REDD
The Bali action plan, the EU-ETS and the Coming US carbon market experts discuss the future of REDD in a post 2012 UNFCCC regime, the current European Commission view pertaining to REDD in the EU-ETS, and the likelihood REDD will be included in a new U.S. carbon market
Raymond Kopp
Resources for the Future (RFF)
kopp@rff.org
1 202 328 5059
Sat, 06 Dec 2008   
Post 2012 - International action supporting domestic action.
Negotiations move towards a new framework, with increasing emphasis on domestic action & diversity of targets. Int. offsets are assumed by some to have a declining role; questions are raised on offsets ability to deliver levels of real GHG reductions, SD & tech. transfer. Are there alternatives?
Edwin Aalders
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
aalders@ieta.org
+41 22 7370500
Sat, 06 Dec 2008   
Dialogue on capacity building and REDD readiness
The Forum on Readiness for REDD and LEAD provide a facilitated dialogue on capacity building drivers, needs and regional and global priorities as they relate to REDD, as well as an update on the Forum's cross-stakeholder support and collaborative tools to build REDD Readiness
Kathleen Rutherford
Meridian Institute
krutherford@merid.org
+970 368 707
Sat, 06 Dec 2008   
Climate change funding and development assistance
An overview of climate change funding and a critique of the World Bank's Climate Investment Fund
Maitet Singson-Ledesma
Ibon Foundation Inc. (IBON)
mledesma@ibon.be
+31614659558
Sat, 06 Dec 2008   
Sectoral approaches in a post-2012 agreement
The event will provide an overview of recent research work on sectoral approaches in a possible post 2012 agreement
Niklas Höhne
climatepolicy.net e.V.
info@newclimate.org
+49 221 99983300
Sat, 06 Dec 2008 
Agenda [11 kb]
Ward - The big picture [113 kb]
Vieweg - Sectoral proposal templates [925 kb]
Ellermann - The road ahead [822 kb]
Where market mechanisms go? demonstrating the co-benefits of climate change mitigation and proposal
The fate of project based mechanism such as CDM will rest on the achievements and possibilities for further improvements. This side event will feature the results of demonstration project for co-benefit and proposal for CDM reform, both based on the ground experience in Asian countries
Kazuhisa KOAKUTSU
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
koakutsu@iges.or.jp
+81 46 8553825
Sat, 06 Dec 2008 
Agenda [46 kb]
OECC Co-Benefit Implementation in Indonesia [555 kb]
OECC Outcome and Current Status of MOEJ Studies [864 kb]
MOEJ's actions for putting co-benefits forward [739 kb]
IGES CDM capacity building [205 kb]
IGES CB in the Philippines [3 Mb]
IGES CB in Indonesia [35 kb]
IGES CB in Cambodia [160 kb]
IGES CDM Reform Proposal [184 kb]
OECC Co-Benefits CDM Projects in Vietnam [2 Mb]
Clean energy access for urban poor - development and climate options
The Global Network on Energy for Sustainable Development - GNESD - will present results of a study on clean energy access for urban poor. Centres in Africa, Asia and Latin America have analysed the situation in several cities including mega cities like Delhi, Buenos Aires, and Bangkok
Gustavo Nadal
Fundación Bariloche (FB)
gnadal@fundacionbariloche.org.
+54 2944 46 2500
Sat, 06 Dec 2008   
Amazon forest people and REDD
Recognition of rights to land, territory and natural resources and the traditional way of life is key to the success of REDD design and implementation. REDD initiatives and case studies will be discussed by Amazon forest people
Paula Franco Moreira
Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM)
paulamoreira@ipam.org.br
+55 619 970 1270
Sat, 06 Dec 2008 
IPAM, COICA, Amazon Alliance Flyer Side Event [248 kb]
Cocktail Reception Tribute to the Rubber Tapper Ch [591 kb]
Chico Mendes, the Forest Peoples Alliance Text [583 kb]
Words of Chico Mendes on Climate Change Portuguese [579 kb]
Importance of Indigenous Peoples in Global Warming [3 Mb]
Brazilian National Council of Rubber Tappers (CNS) [1 Mb]
Coord of Indigenous Org.of the Brazilian Amazaon [7 Mb]
The role of REDD in post-2012 carbon markets: risks, rewards, and price effects
Integrating REDD into a post-Kyoto intergovernmental carbon market could significantly decrease global carbon prices. Restricting supply or demand can reduce price impacts, but at the cost of economic efficiency. Expanding Annex 1 commitments to limit the price impact is investigated
Steven Fox
New Zealand
steven.cox@maf.govt.nz
+64 4894 0694
Sat, 06 Dec 2008 
Slides from the side event [564 kb]
Report on REDD and Carbon Markets [418 kb]
Equitable financing: funding adaptation and mitigation from a gender perspective
WEDO, together with HBF, ActionAid, and GGCA, will launch two new country-specific case studies and discuss why and how the financial mechanisms must be gender responsive and build resilience at the local level
Cate Owren
Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)
cate@wedo.org
+1 212 9730325
Sat, 06 Dec 2008 
Flyer: Equitable financing [666 kb]
Enhancing African food security in the face of climate change
Food insecurity remains endemic in most of Africa, with climate factors such as rainfall variability a major cause. The climate change adaptation in Africa program invites speakers from ICPAC, CILSS and other African institutions to address links between climate change and food security in Africa
Mary O'Neill
International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
maoneill@idrc.ca
+1 613 6962108
Sat, 06 Dec 2008 
Overview - Enhancing African food security [247 kb]
Apercu - Soutenir la sécurité alimentaire [256 kb]
The role of JI today and in a post-Kyoto framework
The proposed side event will review the current status of JI as well as the role of the mechanism in a post-Kyoto framework
Vlad Trusca
Romania
cstreck@gmx.de
+40 21 410 0287
Sat, 06 Dec 2008 
V. Trusca Future of JI [364 kb]
M. Prehn JI - Road Ahead [210 kb]
Agenda [291 kb]
Future of JI Policy Paper [300 kb]
Sustainable Energy & CC Policies: Poverty Reduction in Asia & EECCA. Zero Carbon Scenario in EU
INFORSE & WECF: Successes to reduce poverty, new manuals for development solutions with less GHG in South Asia, sustainable energy visions/ scenarios for North. Exchange of views among NGOs, EECCA governments & UN on capacity building, role of women, tech. transfer, UNFCCC mechanisms, human rights.
Gunnar Boye Olesen
International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE)
inforse@gmail.com
+45 86 227000
Sat, 06 Dec 2008 
Program_dec_6_INFORSE_WECF [59 kb]
1-South Asia (handout pdf) [754 kb]
2-India (handout pdf) [314 kb]
3-Nepal (handout pdf) [202 kb]
4-Kyrgyzstan (handout pdf) [593 kb]
5-Tajikistan (handout pdf) [588 kb]
6-Georgia (Handout pdf) [238 kb]
7-INFORSE Vision 2050 EU (handout pdf) [162 kb]
9-Women-UK (handout pdf) [113 kb]
91-Gender (handout pdf) [195 kb]
8-ZeroCarbonBritain (handout pdf) [720 kb]
Constrained stabilisation emissions pathways for developed and developing countries
An exploration is done of emissions paths deviating from baseline as a result from action under 1 b (i) and 1 b (ii) of the BAP. The study considers global emissions constrained by an IPCC scenario (below 2°C) and ways of reaching stabilisation by lowering per capita emissions on different paths
Jose© R Romero
Switzerland
jose.romero@bafu.admin.ch
+41 31 322 6862
Sat, 06 Dec 2008   
Equity, justice and GHG emissions distribution: criteria for an ethical conduct
Climate Alliance Italy together with Fondazione Lanza and CMCC intend to promote a debate and present proposals on ethical criteria, equal and shared, useful to improve chances for the international negotiations of the post-Kyoto agreement
Karl-Ludwig Schibel
Climate Alliance Italy
coordinamento@climatealliance.
+39 75 8554321
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
Declaration [440 kb]
Programme [141 kb]
The true costs of climate policy
The cost of a climate stabilization agreement crucially depends on technology availability as well as timing and rate of participation of different world's regions to a global climate deal. A novel assessment and recommendations from a suite of state of the art European models is presented
Carlo Carraro
Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC)
martina.marian@cmcc.it
+39 041 271 1474
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
Agenda [49 kb]
Tavoni Presentation [111 kb]
Carraro Presentation [270 kb]
Edenhofer Presentation [501 kb]
Hourcade Presentation [227 kb]
Copenhagen Climate Council: requirements of a post-2012 climate treaty presented by global business
The Copenhagen Climate Council is a group of scientists, policy makers and chief executives of leading global businesses operating in a variety of sectors and regions. They will present their top priorities for a new treaty and articulate what they believe must be achieved in Copenhagen next year
Laura Storm
Purves Environmental Fund
lss@mm.dk
+45 3393 9323
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
Copenhagen Climate Council [657 kb]
Side Event Invitation [281 kb]
Michael Zarin (Vestas) Slides [788 kb]
Jerry Stokes' Presentation (Suntech) [5 Mb]
Michael Zarin's Presentation (Vestas) [15 Mb]
Zhengrong Shi's Presentation (Suntech) [3 Mb]
Tim Flannery's Presentation (Chair, CCC) [15 Mb]
Thomas Becker's Presentation (Government, Denmark) [15 Mb]
Susanne Stormer's Presentation (Novo Nordic) [15 Mb]
Steve Harper's Presentation (Intel) [15 Mb]
Robert Purves' Presentation (Purves Environ. Fund) [12 Mb]
Low-carbon Asia - backcasting methodology can identify possible leap-frogs to sustainable developmen
Asian countries need the excellent design of a "Low-Carbon Society (LCS)" to achieve the global "50 by 50 target". We focus on visions and roadmaps towards LCS, especially in Asian countries such as China, India, Thailand, Japan, and others that have been studied through our research collaboration
Katsunori Hirokane
National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)
white.masako@nies.go.jp
+81 29 850 2169
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
Sustainable Low-Carbon Asia_Programme [157 kb]
Presentation materials [4 Mb]
Technology development and deployment to address climate change
The event will explore how business makes long-term investment decisions particularly in the deployment of low-carbon technologies. It will examine the role of enabling frameworks and intellectual property rights in enhancing technology cooperation
Andrea Maria Bacher
Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC)
andrea-maria.bacher@iccwbo.org
+33 14 953 3066
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
Agenda [84 kb]
Key factors for the successful transfer of climate change mitigating technological expertise
The e8, a non-profit int'l group of ten major electricity companies from G8 countries, will share lessons learned from experience in the transfer of technological expertise for CC mitigation worldwide and present a perspective of electricity sector technology leaders
Ghita Benessahraoui
Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership
benessahraoui.ghita@hydro.qc.c
+1 514 3925642
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
Side Event Programme [153 kb]
San Cristobal Wind Project [312 kb]
Tuvalu Solar Power Project [286 kb]
Ifugao Mini-hydro Project [406 kb]
e8 a Voice of the International Electricity Sector [144 kb]
e8-GEF-UNDESA HCB Programme Initiative [91 kb]
The UN-China climate change partnership
A UN-China climate change partnership has been launched in 2008. The side event entails a presentation and debate on post-2012 strategies developed by Chinese research institutions on carbon budgeting, technology transfer mechanism, and sectoral analysis for international technology cooperation
Li Lyan
China
lily@cchina.gov.cn
+86 106 850 1240
Mon, 08 Dec 2008   
Putting equity into practice for climate finance and enhanced mitigation efforts
Assessing the adequacy of mitigation efforts and the common ground between the Greenhouse Development Rights Framework, the Green Fund and other finance proposals: what are key equity benchmarks and principles on effort sharing, mitigation trajectories and financial mechanisms?
Lili Fuhr
Heinrich Böll Foundation (HBF)
fuhr@boell.de
+49 30 2853 4304
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
Greenhouse Development Rights Framework - Summary [4 Mb]
A GDRs Analysis of the EU's proposed 2020 targets [645 kb]
Ecofys - GDRs distribution of emission allowances [675 kb]
Invitation - latest update as of Dec 2 [534 kb]
Climate change, migration and forced displacement: the new humanitarian frontier?
Climate change is projected to add to the scale and complexity of human mobility. What instruments/tools are available to the international community to meet this new humanitarian challenge? Will new tools and paradigms be needed to address large-scale internal displacement and cross-border flows?
Tetsuro Yoshida
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
yoshidat@unhcr.org
+41 22 739 8755
Mon, 08 Dec 2008   
Carbon budget for equity and sustainability: an overall framework for a global climate solution
Carbon budget aims to meet both equity and sustainability targets in establishing a global climate regime. The framework builds upon the conceptual understanding of emissions for basic needs that was developed by the RCSD team. Latest findings with quantitative analysis will be presented
Research Centre for Sustainable Development
Research Centre for Sustainable Development (RCSD)
wangwenjun25@yahoo.com.cn
+86 134 3648 8522
Mon, 08 Dec 2008   
Options to address peatland and other landuse emissions
Policy options for reducing emissions from peatlands, forestry and other land use sources: Global Environment Centre, Climate Action Network Canada and Wetlands International
Alex Kaat
Wetlands International
agkaat@gmail.com
+528 318 3165060191
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
CAN, Chris Henschel:"for forest and peatland degra [1023 kb]
Global Environment Centre (GEC), Faizal Parish: Pe [7 Mb]
Wetlands International, Alex Kaat: Policy options [2 Mb]
Policy brief for addressing peatland emissions (en [231 kb]
Policy brief for addressing peatland emissions (es [474 kb]
Factbook for UN-FCCC policies on peatland emission [878 kb]
Climate risk insurance
Co-hosted by Columbia University, this event focuses on climate risk solutions ranging from weather-indexed insurance for the poor to MCII's submission for climate risk insurance in a post-2012 adaptation regime
Koko Warner
Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII)
warner@ehs.unu.edu
+49 228 8150249
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
MCII mission statement [489 kb]
MCII submission to COP 14 [444 kb]
Climate and Society, IRI Columbia University [698 kb]
Financing the renewable energy transition
Co-organised by the International Renewable Energy Alliance: IGA, IHA, ISES, WWEA. Renewable energies are a key for climate protection. The necessary financing tools for mobilising the shift towards renewable energy and conclusions for necessary changes within UNFCCC frameworks will be discussed
Stefan Gsaenger
World Wind Energy Association (WWEA)
sg@wwindea.org
+49 228 3694080
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
Beata Kepinska, International Geothermal Assoc. [701 kb]
Stefan Gsaenger, World Wind Energy Association [722 kb]
Jennifer McIntosh, International Solar Energy Soc. [1 Mb]
Kent Nyström, World Bioenergy Association [852 kb]
Michael Fink, International Hydropower Association [1 Mb]
Energy Watch Group, Renewable Energy Outlook 2030 [320 kb]
Peter Hoeppe, Munich RE [763 kb]
Stefan Schurig, World Future Council [1 Mb]
Ruth Brand, Enercon [537 kb]
UN led initiatives on climate change capacity building and development
Present CB efforts undertaken by UNITAR, UNDP and UNEP under UNFCCC and KP and also specifc actions initiated by other UN agencies such as the WFP, UN-Habitat and UNFPA to support both adaptation to and mitigation of climate change impacts, especially in developing countries
Mamadou Moussa Diakhite
United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
mamadou.diakhite@unitar.org
+41 22 917 8582
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
UNFPA- Capacity Building Statement [48 kb]
Agenda [214 kb]
UNEP- Facilitating Action and Involvement [317 kb]
UNDP-Capacity Development Initiatives [1 Mb]
WFP- CB Experiences for Climate Change Adaptation. [19 kb]
UN-Habitat- Cities and Climate Change Initiatives [323 kb]
UNITAR- Training on Climate Change [159 kb]
Responding to the needs of LDCS-Phillip Gwage [29 kb]
The economics of terrestrial carbon - results of collaborative modeling
Terrestrial Carbon Group, Conservation International, EDF, Woods Hole Research Center, CATIE, Strassburg & others: a comparative assessment of proposals to provide positive incentives to include emissions and sequestration from forests and other land uses in the climate change solution
Ralph Ashton
Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists
ralph.ashton@terrestrialcarbon
+233 24 713 0968
Mon, 08 Dec 2008   
Trade and investment policy, technology transfer and climate change: sustainable development nexus
Based on their ongoing work in this field, IISD and Chatham House will explore the key policy linkages in the areas of IPRs, low-carbon goods liberalization, border carbon adjustment, subsidy reform and investment, with particular focus on the implications for developing countries.
Jo-Ellen Parry
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
jparry@iisd.ca
+1 204 9587722
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
Agenda [138 kb]
Cosbey presentation [1 Mb]
Bellmann presentation [313 kb]
Wooders presentation [338 kb]
Lee presentation [433 kb]
Part of the solution: why agriculture matters for climate change policy?"
Agriculture has a huge potential to provide answers for mitigation and adaptation to climate change. All stakeholders, farmers, science and business, take their responsibility using and innovating sustainable agricultural practices. This event shows agriculture is an important part of the solution
Nora Ourabah Haddad
International Federation of Agricultural Producers (IFAP)
nora.ourabah@ifap.org
+33 14 526 0553
Mon, 08 Dec 2008   
Moral and ethical dimensions of post-Kyoto climate change issues
In cooperation with WCC we will examine ethical issues that need to be considered to replace the Kyoto Protocol. Topics include post-Kyoto regimes, adaptation, and deforestation issues among others
Donald A. Brown
Pennsylvania State University (PSU)
dab57@psu.edu
+1 814 865 3371
Mon, 08 Dec 2008   
Energy access, resilience, and capacity building
HELIO presents indicators to identify & select adaptation projects that reinforce energy system resilience: preliminary results from sub-Saharan Africa. GNESD analysis energy access for urban poor. SouthSouthNorth launches legacy materials and the Gold Standard promotes RE/EE CDM projects
Laura Williamson
HELIO International (HELIO)
laura.williamson@helio-interna
+1 252 3558710
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
GNSED Peri-urban [206 kb]
HELIO Indicators [206 kb]
Overview.Energy Access [610 kb]
Gold Standard [787 kb]
California's climate plan: green opportunities for the golden state
In October 2008, California announced its plan to achieve aggressive, economy-wide GHG reduction targets by 2020. California's top environmental officials discuss their innovative efforts and bold goals to lead the world's 7th-largest economy in finding regional & local solutions to climate change
Robyn Camp
Climate Action Reserve
robyn@climateregistry.org
+1 213 891 6931
Mon, 08 Dec 2008   
Navigating the post Kyoto landscape: Madagascar's movement towards a national strategy for REDD
Having reduced deforestation over the last 15 years and recently adopted REDD strategy at a subnational level, the country is developing methods for estimating reference emission levels and engaging stakeholders to improve forestry governance and ensure transparency in distribution of co-benefits
Lydie Norohanta Raharimaniraka
Madagascar
prakotoniaina@conservation.org
+261 20 247 4121
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
Madagascar_Climate Change [4 Mb]
Untitled [241 kb]
Putting together the common but differentiated jigsaw
Common but differentiated responsibilities lie at the heart of the UNFCCC objective; C&C addresses these strategically with accelerated convergence to equal per capita emissions under the global emissions cap that saves us. This is the emerging consensus: - www.gci.org.uk/events/Poznan.pdf
Aubrey Meyer
Global Commons Institute (GCI)
aubrey.meyer@btinternet.com
+44 208 520 4742
Mon, 08 Dec 2008   
The REDD dual markets approach
The latest findings from CCAP-led research, analysis and dialogue with developing countries on REDD
Alexander Ochs
Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP)
aochs@ccap.org
+1 64 6812 6252
Mon, 08 Dec 2008   
Reaching 85% CO2 reductions by 2050 - The Bellona Scenario
Existing technologies and industrial practices are sufficient to do the job: It is time to for politicians to raise to the challenge. The prmomise of carbonnegative appraoches.
Svend Soeyland
Bellona Foundation
svend@bellona.org
+0 0 4747487930
Mon, 08 Dec 2008 
How to Combat global warming: The Bellona Scenario [772 kb]
Addressing the challenges of climate change: innovative technology developed by private sector
We will examine the critical role that respect for property rights and cooperation among businesses and developing countries play in driving global economic growth and the creation of advanced technologies required to generate sustainable energy and address food and water shortages
Natalie McIntyre
Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America
nmcintyre@uschamber.com
+1 202 463 5438
Mon, 08 Dec 2008   
A shared vision: the global climate network
Disagreements over a shared vision for reducing emissions pervade. How can the impasse be broken? What are the constraints? Can technology and finance help? The Global Climate Network, an international collaboration of institutes launches analysis of the shared vision in it's first joint research
Andrew Pendleton
Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)
a.pendleton@ippr.org
+44 20 74706159
Tue, 09 Dec 2008 
Agenda [1 kb]
Mitigation Gap Discussion Paper [1 Mb]
Mitigation Gap Presentation [2 Mb]
Our vision for gender justice in the Copenhagen outcomes
Gender and climate change experts from Africa, Asia Latin America and Pacific will present experiences and achievements, gaps and strategies for making the future climate regime fair to women and men. In cooperation with Gender CC - Women for Climate Justice
Ulrike Roehr
LIFE e.V.
roehr@life-online.de
+49 179 2031511
Tue, 09 Dec 2008 
Programme [68 kb]
Demands [90 kb]
Sectoral approaches for post-2012 framework & Japan's support to developing countries
Sectoral approach provides mitigation potentials useful to discuss appropriate commitment and action of each Parties and to achieve an effective post-2012 framework. Analysis and efforts of sectors including agriculture, The Cool Earth Partnership, Japan's ODA and Global Mapping are presented
Eiji Toyoda
Japan
eiji.toyoda@mofa.go.jp
+81 3 5501 8245
Tue, 09 Dec 2008 
Japan01Sectoral_Indicator [44 kb]
Japan01Sectoral_Approaches [418 kb]
Japan01Sectoral_Workshop [32 kb]
Japan02Agriculture [342 kb]
Japan03Global_Map [754 kb]
Japan04ODA [344 kb]
Japan00Agenda [424 kb]
How will the EU reach 20% renewable energy in 2020? How much will it contribute to the climate goals
Representatives of EU institutions and Member States will discuss how to harness renewable energy to address climate change. EREC together with EWEA and EPIA will look at the development of renewables to meet the 20% target with emphasis on wind and solar energy
Lucie Tesniere
European Renewable Energy Council (EREC)
tesniere@erec.org
+32 400 1070
Tue, 09 Dec 2008 
Renewable Energy Technology Roadmap [3 Mb]
Energy Revolution: A sustainable Energy Outlook [4 Mb]
Large-scale bioenergy beyond current agrofuels: climate change mitigation - hope or myth?
New forms of bioenergy are being promoted in response to concerns about biofuels from food crops: Jatropha, second generation biofuels, use of so-called marginal lands, biochar. Speakers will critically examine those concepts and discuss the implications for communities and for the climate.
Almuth Ernsting
The Corner House
almuthbernstinguk@yahoo.co.uk
+44 1224 324797
Tue, 09 Dec 2008   
Technology transfer and development issues for developing countries
Discussion about the issues and concerns for the Developing countries focusing on the technology transfer issue. It essentially looks at the technology transfer as one of the key tools for development goals
Tirthankar Mandal
Consortium for Trade and Development (CENTAD)
tirthankar.mandal@centad.org
+91 11 4145 9226
Tue, 09 Dec 2008   
Low carbon pathways: challenges and technological options for India
India is seen as a responsible emerging nation. To fulfil its responsibility in context of Climate Change; technological & financial mechanisms to enable it being at par with developed world need to be defined. Event will focus on options & challenges posed to economic growth, energy security & SD
Prabhat Upadhyaya
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
prabhat@teri.res.in
+91 11 24682100
Tue, 09 Dec 2008 
08-12-08 Announcement [50 kb]
08-12-08 Agenda [237 kb]
08-12-09 TERI Presentation [1 Mb]
REDD, rights & wrongs: exposing false solutions & exploring what is needed to make REDD work
Sponsored by the Rainforest Foundation UK, the Wilderness Society, & FERN. CSO and indigenous views on deforestation and degradation: factors necessary to achieve positive outcomes in forest-climate initiatives. Definitions, forest governance and implications of the carbon market for human rights
Nikki Reisch
Rainforest Foundation UK (RFUK)
nikkir@rainforestuk.com
+44 20 74850193
Tue, 09 Dec 2008   
Voices of conservation and development on adaptation strategy--drawing on experience to meet climate
Understanding community-based development and conservation of natural resources and how they are integrally linked is important for effective adaptation strategy.
Paul L. Joffe
National Wildlife Federation (NWF)
joffe@nwf.org
+1 202 797 6603
Tue, 09 Dec 2008   
New directions in climate research and simulation
Scientists from the U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research will discuss new climate research and modeling activities aimed at providing improved information to decision makers, including enhancements to the U.S. Community Climate System Model (CCSM), for use in the upcoming IPCC AR5 effort
Peter Backlund
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
anneoman@ucar.edu
(1-303) 497-1117
Tue, 09 Dec 2008 
New directions in Climate Research and Research [195 kb]
NCAR's Regional Assessment & Modeling Presentation [1 Mb]
Climate Modeling in a Changed World - IPCC AR5 [9 Mb]
Findings of the Convention on Biological Diversity Expert Group on biodiversity and climate change
The ad-hoc technical expert group on biodiversity and climate change was convened by Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity to provide scientific and technical information on biodiversity and climate change vulnerability and mitigation to the UNFCCC
Jaime Webbe
Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
jaime.webbe@cbd.int
+1 514 2878718
Tue, 09 Dec 2008   
The value of fast-track mitigation: more innovation, fewer tipping points!
Reducing threat of abrupt climate changes through fast-track mitigation, including reducing non-CO2 agents such as black carbon and CH4, improving efficiency and renewables, and enhancing sinks including biochar
Elise Stull
Micronesia (Fed. States of)
estull@inece.org
+1 202 552 9432
Tue, 09 Dec 2008 
FSM Proposal on paragraph 1 of Bali Action Plan [277 kb]
Black Carbon Briefing Note [224 kb]
Tipping Points Memorandum [92 kb]
Biochar Memorandum [178 kb]
World before Bank: civil society perspectives on financial governance post 2012
Is there integrity between UNFCCC and the WB? How does the reputation of the WB comply with its engagement in post-2012 regime? The side event sponsored jointly by CEE Bankwatch, Institute for Policy Studies, Oil Change Intl, FOE Intl and Campagna per la Reforma will discuss the financial framework.
Katerina Husova
CEE Bankwatch Network (Bankwatch)
climate@bankwatch.org
+9 19000 4206050458
Tue, 09 Dec 2008 
Lidy Nacpils presentation on Ecological Debt [94 kb]
Avoiding deforestation while benefiting local people: The Socio Bosque Program in Ecuador
The Government of Ecuador (GoE) is implementing the Socio Bosque program where it recognizes, through direct payments, the role local communities and landowners have in avoiding deforestation. The Government of Ecuador will present the details of the program as a national REDD initiative
Manuel Bravo
Ecuador
jmccullough@conservation.org
+1 703 341 2516
Tue, 09 Dec 2008   
Common but differentiated responsibilities in international transport
Mitigating emissions from bunker fuels while providing innovative financing for REDD, adaptation, and technology transformation. Differentiation of responsibilities and capabilities, implementation and regulatory aspects, costs and benefits, as well as impacts of proposed schemes will be discussed
Andre Stochniol
European Federation for Transport and Environment (T&E)
andre@imers.org
+44 78 0976 4894
Tue, 09 Dec 2008 
IMERS CBDR event [82 kb]
IMERS - differentiated levy on shipping fuels [346 kb]
Funding from differentiated levy on marine haulage [105 kb]
Bridging the gap between Hyogo and Kyoto-climate change adaptation and risk reduction
Development, risk reduction and adaptation to a changing climate goes hand in hand. How can we learn from experiences on risk reduction when developing adaptation work? How can strategies for risk reduction and adaptation be merged without loosing focus?
Lina Pastorek
Sweden
lina.pastorek@ccdcommission.or
+46733691500
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
Subnational regional policies for a low carbon economy
TCG, Nrg4SD, TCR and UNDP gather sub-national regional leaders from industrialized and developing countries to highlight the importance of effective climate policies, emphasize the need for knowledge and best-practice sharing at this level on low carbon tech, emission trading, renewables, adaptation
Luc Bas
The Climate Group (TCG)
LBas@theclimategroup.org
+44 20 79602971
Wed, 10 Dec 2008 
last updated agenda [299 kb]
panel picture [31 kb]
actions of states and regions brochure [439 kb]
Energy efficiency in the post-2012 framework: key issues and challenges
An UN-Energy side event focusing on the role of energy efficiency in Climate Change mitigation and the development of industrial energy efficiency approaches in a post-2012 framework
Marina Ploutakhina
United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
m.ploutakhina@unido.org
+43 664 3529742
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
Local government climate roadmap - Bali-Poznan-Copenhagen
Present the local government climate roadmap to the participants of COP 14, together with positions, opinions and demands of local government (LG) to national government in view of the post-2012 global climate agreement. Organised by ICLEI in cooperation with global LG partners
Gino Van Begin
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI)
gino.van.begin@iclei.org
+49 76 136 8920
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
UNEP/World Bank Event - Scaling up financing and market mechanisms to meet the mitigation challenge
This panel discussion will examine the types of financing instruments and market mechanisms needed to mobilise both public and private investment, specifically examining sectors where private capital mobilisation has fallen far short of economic potential
World Bank
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
Eric.Usher@unep.fr
+46 8212901
Wed, 10 Dec 2008 
Flyer/Agenda [162 kb]
UNEP Public Finance Report [1 Mb]
Presentation [3 Mb]
Capturing trade, investment and development opportunities under the climate change regime
UNCTAD and WTO play a significant role in addressing the effects of and policy responses to global climate change. The joint side event will focus on the economic aspects of climate change, including trade and development implications for developing countries
Lalen Lleander
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
lalen.lleander@unctad.org
+41 22 9172116
Wed, 10 Dec 2008 
Presentation Aaron Cosbey [362 kb]
Presentation Vesile Kulacoglu [450 kb]
Global leadership for climate action: High-level roundtable on climate technology and finance
GLCA, a joint initiative of the United Nations Foundation and the Club of Madrid, addresses low-carbon technologies, removal of barriers to technology development and transfer, additional funding sources for mitigation and adaptation in developing countries, and management options for new funds
Marie-Vincente Pasdeloup
United Nations Foundation (UNF)
mvpconsultant@gmail.com
+33 1 44859267
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
Clean energy, sustainable transport & natural resource management in support of climate change polic
Staff from the African Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank and the European Investment Bank, along with a number of international experts, will explore the link between climate change and these sectors and provide examples of recent activities
Andrea Pinna
European Investment Bank (EIB)
a.pinna@eib.org
+352 621 362459
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
Climate change and the risk of hunger: is the global food crisis a wake-up call for adaptation?
WFP will moderate a discussion revolving around the need to implement practical action on the ground to prevent future humanitarian crises and to increase awareness about the increased risk of food insecurity and hunger associated with climate change
Jordi Renart i Vila
World Food Programme (WFP)
jordi.renartivila@wfp.org
+39 06 6513 3115
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
Brazil bioenergy: basis for clean energy for the world
Bioenergy
Marina Grossi
Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development (BCSD - Brazil)
cebds@cebds.org
+55 21 24832250
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
You say you want a revolution - energy policy and technology for a sustainable future
The IEA will present its latest work on climate-related policy & technology work including latest climate policy scenarios from the World Energy Outlook, the role of energy efficiency, technologies to 2050, & the carbon leakage issue
Jenny Gell
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Jenny.gell@iea.org
+33 1 40576729
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
The climate strategies research project on future CDM framework: the Zambian perspective
The event will be hosted by the Zambian delegation to COP 14 in collaboration with DFID, GTZ and the Centre for Energy, Environment and Engineering of Zambia
Ephraun Mwepya Shitima
Zambia
mwepyashitima@yahoo.co.uk
+260 21 122 9417
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
Climate action under a new U.S. administration
Perspectives from senior U.S. policymakers and business and NGO representatives on the prospects for stronger domestic climate action in the United States and the implications for negotiating a post-2012 agreement
Namrata Patodia
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)
patodian@pewclimate.org
+703 516 4146
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
GEF Evaluation Office - consultation with parties
GEF Evaluation Office consultation with UNFCCC parties on their experience with GEF. The Office is conducting the Fourth Overall Performance Study (OPS4) of the GEF as an input to the 5th replenishment of the GEF. Feedback from parties to UNFCCC as an essential input to the evaluation
Claudio R. Volonte
Global Environment Facility (GEF)
cvolonte@thegef.org
+1 202 473 8303
Wed, 10 Dec 2008 
OPS4 presentation [380 kb]
OPS4 meeting flyer [88 kb]
Success factors in the Republic of Korea's rehabilitation and support for developing countries
Analysis of the success factors and progress in the Republic of Korea's green rehabilitation. Introduction of developing countries support projects for combating desertification affected by climate change. Plans of A/R CDM or REDD pilot projects being implemented in Indonesia
YoungTae Choi
Republic of Korea
forestlove@forest.go.kr
+82 42 481 4135
Wed, 10 Dec 2008 
Agenda [1 Mb]
Success factors-paper [152 kb]
Climate protection = business opportunity !?
Technologies, cost-efficient climate measures and global action is key to solving the climate problem. Peter Löscher, Siemens CEO and Head of the German Business for Climate Protection Initiative discusses possible business opportunities with German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel
Martin Schroeder
Federation of German Industries (BDI)
m.schroeder@bdi.eu
+49 30 20281606
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
Health matters: a key impact of climate change (WHO & Health Sector Community Panel discussion)
The effects of climate change on health are receiving increasing attention as a central concern for policy-makers and the public. The objective is to raise awareness within the climate change community of the critical importance of health as one of the main neglected impacts of climate change
Fiona Gore
World Health Organization (WHO)
goref@who.int
+41 22 791 1619
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
European youth against climate change
Event by the European youth delegates and youth representatives of NGOs
Julie Teng
European Youth Forum (YFJ)
julie.teng@youthforum.org
+32 2 2869426
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
Low Carbon Development Pathways Studies and regional findings on the economics of climate change
Chaired by Lord Stern, presenting new case studies on what is required for countries to make a low carbon transition while meeting growth and development goals. Including regional studies(managed by ADB covering Southeast Asia) with their findings on climate impacts & adaptation & mitigation options
Aaron Gould
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
aaron.gould@decc.gsi.gov.uk
+44 300 685444
Wed, 10 Dec 2008 
event flyer [21 kb]
event programme [31 kb]
Sharing experiences on CC DARE Initiative in Sub-Saharan Africa
CC DARE is a joint UNEP-UNDP project to reduce CC vulnerability in SSA. This Ugandan side event features presentations on the experiences from the CC DARE pilot countries as well as panel discussion on key adaptation issues in SSA by key speakers from the pilot countries, UNEP, UNDP and DANIDA
John Ted Wambede
Uganda
jwambede@hotmail.com
+256 752 62 4197
Wed, 10 Dec 2008   
Advanced sugarcane ethanol: contributions to climate change mitigation and the environment
Through production and consumption of sugarcane ethanol developing nations can mitigate climate change effects while enhancing economic growth and energy security. Renowned specialists will debate the impacts of bioethanol on land-use change, food prices, environmental benefits and sustainability
Carolina Costa
UNICA - Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association (UNICA)
carolina@unica.com.br
+55 11 3093 4949
Thu, 11 Dec 2008 
Side Event Flyer/Agenda [160 kb]
PresentationMacedo [397 kb]
Presentation Zurbier [1 Mb]
PresentationLima [955 kb]
The SuperSmart Grid - securing clean energy and prosperity for Europe and beyond.(with e-Parliament)
Europe and North Africa hold huge unused potentials for renewable energy. We will discuss the technical, financial and policy obstacles, the need for a super efficient grid connecting all parts of the Europe-Mediterranean region, and how legislators can promote a carbon-free electricity system
Antonella Battaglini
Energy Carbon Fund (ECF)
antonella@european-climate-for
+49 331 288 2670
Thu, 11 Dec 2008 
Flyer [23 kb]
Tackling climate change from the world of work
Climate change raises urgent questions about social justice and equity. Trade unions ask all governments to respect the Convention's mandate and, in priority, developed countries to firmly commit to emission reductions. We stress the need to support the most vulnerable during the transition process
Anabella Rosemberg
International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
anabella.rosemberg@ituc-csi.or
+33 1 55373737
Thu, 11 Dec 2008   
Marrakech, Nairobi and beyond: Austria's experiences promoting the CDM in Africa
Is the CDM working for Africa? And how could new approaches in a global carbon-market benefit Africa? This side-event will focus on CDM experiences and lessons learnt, but also on other market-linked mechanisms and potentials for Africa's future
Manfred Kohlbach
Austria
manfred.kohlbach@bmlfuw.gv.at
+43 1 515221725
Thu, 11 Dec 2008 
Implementation of the CDM in Ethiopia (Mesfin) [1 Mb]
Promoting CDM in Africa (Michaelowa) [850 kb]
CDM PoA Solar Water Heating East Africa (Percl) [441 kb]
Marrakech, Nairobi and beyond (Hojesky) [322 kb]
Panel discussion
Climate science update: magnetohydrodynamics, thermodynamics, radiative transfer, and the predictability issue
Holger Thuss
Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT)
holger.thuss@cfact.eu
+49 3641 426746
Thu, 11 Dec 2008   
New stoves for rural households to capture carbon, reduce deforestation and improve soil fertility
To introduce the concept of mobilising rural households to help alleviate the impacts of climate change through reduction of emissions from inefficient biomass burning stoves, and halting of soil degradation through the incorporation of biochar, produced in high-efficiency stoves into the soil
Goodspeed Kopolo
Secretariat of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)
gkopolo@unccd.int
+49 228 815 2871
Thu, 11 Dec 2008 
Land and carbon sequestration [153 kb]
Biochar Replenish Soil Carbon Pool [205 kb]
Carbon in the Drylands [631 kb]
Land: an unconventional carbon sink [138 kb]
Mobilizing Rural Households to Store Carbon [607 kb]
Indian industry perspective on CDM reforms
The side event will present the perspective of Indian industry on CDM reforms
Rita Roy Choudhury
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)
roychoudhury@ficci.com
+91 9 810403255
Thu, 11 Dec 2008   
Bioenergy towards a low carbon future: meeting the challenges of sustainable development and climate
Presentation of the results of the first biennium activity of the Global Bioenergy Partnership (GBEP) and in particular will focus on the dissemination and discussion of the achievements and way forward of the two task forces established within GBEP
Corrado Clini
Italy
geronzi.paola@minambiente.it
+39 6 57228133
Thu, 11 Dec 2008 
Draft Agenda [109 kb]
Investing in climate protection: prospects in sustainable growth and development
The Side event will focus on economic impacts of climate protection measures (Germany's Climate Package) and an innovative approach to finance climate projects in developing countries by reinvesting revenues from auctioning emission allowances in Germany (Int. Climate Protection Initiative).
Annika Vogt
Germany
annika.vogt@bmu.bund.de
+49 30 18305 2317
Thu, 11 Dec 2008 
Study: Investments For A Climate Friendly Germany [4 Mb]
German International Climate Protection Initiative [943 kb]
The Amazon Fund: a new framework for cooperation in REDD.
The Brazilian idea of creating a fund with a view to provide positive incentives to REDD required a huge effort that has been undertaken, internally, in order to materialize the Amazon Fund. Furthermore, the Amazon Fund matches the provisions of the decision on REDD that was agreed on in Bali
Fernando Antônio Lyrio Silva
Brazil
gustavo.tavaresdacosta@gmail.c
+55 61 3317 1468
Thu, 11 Dec 2008   
CARBOVEG - GB: quantification of carbon stocks and sinks in the forests of Guinea - Bissau
Illustration of the project results as well as its contribution to characterize a baseline for the forest sector in GB. The objective is to facilitate access of GB to the international carbon markets in the context of the Kyoto Protocol and attract investments for new projects under the CDM
Luis Chainho
Portugal
luis.chainho@dpp.pt
+35 12 1323 2593
Thu, 11 Dec 2008 
CARBOVEG-GB [5 Mb]
OECD analysis of the economics of climate change policies
Both the costs of climate change and the costs of action are expected to be large and unevenly distributed. The OECD will present new analysis focussing on policy mixes that can help keep costs of action low, incentivize clean technology, and generate the necessary financing and investment flows
Elizabeth Corbett
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
elizabeth.corbett@oecd.org
+33 1 45247693
Thu, 11 Dec 2008 
Side Event AGENDA [28 kb]
Climate Change Mitigation (booklet) [1 Mb]
OECD work on climate change [734 kb]
OECD Messages on Economics of Climate Change [547 kb]
IRENA - promoting renewable energy for a stable climate
High-level-event to promote IRENA at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Poznan
Sune Thorvildsen
Denmark
sutho@kemin.dk
+45 2285 2948
Thu, 11 Dec 2008 
Promoting IRENA for a Stable Climate [3 Mb]
A high-level discussion on climate change and gender
This high-level panel will focus on the intersection of gender and climate change, including discussions on disaster reduction, human settlements, climate change finance mechanisms, gender within the UNFCCC, and ways to build a movement to ensure that climate initiatives are gender responsive
Aira Kalela
Finland
anu.saarela@formin.fi
+358 40 506 1175
Thu, 11 Dec 2008   
Valuing opportunity costs for mitigation in high forest cover, low deforestation rate countries case
Guyana has developed a sustainable growth strategy based on a low carbon development path. Forest opportunity cost valuation as part of the study provides evidence that deploying forest resources towards global climate change mitigation needs guaranteed financial inflows to be sustainable
Gitanjali Chandarpal
Guyana
gitanjalic81@yahoo.com
+592 223 5231
Thu, 11 Dec 2008   
Acting on climate change: The UN delivering as one
Presentation of the UN system's coordinated work on climate change
Georgios Kostakos
United Nations (UN)
kostakos@un.org
+1 646 6421055
Thu, 11 Dec 2008 
Programme (prints as flyer) [143 kb]
Transition to renewables: need for equity-based framework
The CSE and HBF joint side-event will focus on policies to accelerate the installation of renewable energy projects in the industrialising nations. The equity debate in climate change has undergone several changes. We present new analysis on the issue and discuss and critiquing the new methods
Pradip Saha
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)
prosaha@gmail.com
+91 98 1019 7014
Thu, 11 Dec 2008   
Transforming the global wood trade to support REDD and fight illegal logging
Illegal logging and associated trade show what happens without forest governance and international policy coherence - and offer lessons for REDD. Panel will examine role of consumer-country policies, including the US's 2008 passage of the Lacey Act banning trade in illegally-sourced wood products
Andrea Johnson
Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA)
andrea@eia-international.org
+202 483 6621
Thu, 11 Dec 2008   
A pathway to energy savings in private households: considering programmes of activities in JI/CDM
Incentives, like project-based attempts, may promote energy savings in households. The focus will be on PoA since PoA are particular suitable for projects which have high individual transaction costs and small generated amounts of emission reductions - such as efficiency projects in households
Heinrich Tschochohei
Weser-EMS Regional Innovation Strategy (RIS)
heinrich.tschochohei@ris-energ
+49 441 3611 6459
Fri, 12 Dec 2008   
Measuring and reducing emissions through the global supply chain
Showcasing opportunities for reducing greenhouse gas emissions across the global supply chain. Evidence will be presented from two years of CDP-led supply chain action by corporations, followed by a discussion of practical options for governments and the public sector
Kate Levick
CDP Worldwide (CDP)
kate.levick@cdproject.net
+44 207 4157162
Fri, 12 Dec 2008 
Event flyer [84 kb]
Slides - Tom Carnac, CDP [1 Mb]
Summary of event [49 kb]
Carbon Disclosure Project - information [576 kb]
CDP Corporate Supply Chain program [854 kb]
CDP Public Procurement program [303 kb]
"50 by 50": 50% better new car fuel economy worldwide by 2050
Improved fuel econ. for new cars can stabilise transport CO2 emissions at 2005 levels by 2050. This will not occur w/out new policies. ITF, IEA, UNEP & FIA-Foundation will address the potential, barriers & announce a major intrntl. initiative to make cars 50% more fuel efficient globally by 2050
Philippe Crist
International Transport Forum, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (ITF)
philippe.crist@oecd.org
+33 1 45249447
Fri, 12 Dec 2008   
Methane to markets: mitigating global warming and eveloping clean energy
Methane to Markets, a public-partnership of 27 countries and over 800 organizations aiming to mitigate climate change through the capture and use of methane. The governments of Poland, Mexico, Brazil and the US, as well as private sector partners, will discuss their participation in the partnership
Maria Klokocka
Poland
maria.klokocka@mos.gov.pl
+48 22 579 2761
Fri, 12 Dec 2008   
IAPAL - International Air Passenger Adaptation Levy
A proposal for new, additional, predicable, equitable and appropriate funding for adaptation under the UN climate change regime
Izabela Ratajczak-Juszko
Oxford Climate Policy
izaratajczak@gmail.com
+44 1865 889128
Fri, 12 Dec 2008   
The economics of adaptation to climate change
A high-level discussion on the ongoing study on the economics of adaptation to climate change: a methodology presentation by the World Bank, a high-level panel including case study countries to discuss early findings and challenges, and request for feedback from the audience
Art van der Horst
Netherlands
aart-vander.horst@minbuza.nl
+31 70 348 4773
Fri, 12 Dec 2008   
The Talking at COP 14 is all but over, now It's Time for Action!
Join World Future Council Chair Bianca Jagger, acclaimed author Bill McKibben, IFG's Victor Menotti and Claire Greensfelder, and 350.org's May Boeve and Ely Katembo Shabani for lively analysis and discussion as we energetically consider the results of Poznan and gear up for the year ahead
Gillian May Boeve
Sustainable Markets Foundation - 350.org
may@350.org
+1 415 575 5539
Fri, 12 Dec 2008   
Seaweed coastal CO2 removal belt in Korea & algal paper and biofuel
Seaweeds are proper and promising organisms for use in concert with adaptation and mitigation measures. The project - Algae and Global Warming: GHG emissions reduction using seaweeds - has been ongoing in Korea. Main aspects are red algae pulp and paper, seaweed biofuel & coastal CO2 removal belt
Ik Kyo Chung
Pusan National University - Marine Research Institute (PNU/MRI)
ikchung@pusan.ac.kr
+82 51 5102279
Fri, 12 Dec 2008 
Agenda for Side Event [120 kb]

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Exhibits list

Theme Organizer Attachments
Growing together in a changing climate - children & young people and the work of the United Nations Laurence Pollier
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
lpollier@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151505
 
...inSide climate change publications counter Anne Lutz
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
alutz@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1336
 
Climate Change Kiosk: with the primary goal of providing information about the climate change process and the secretariat Alexander Saier
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
asaier@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151509
 
European Community - European Commission Agnieszka Cyndecka
European Union
agnieszka.cyndecka@ec.europa.e
+32 2 2967240
 
Zero Waste for Zero Warming will present information on the role of waste management policy in addressing climate change, the potential for Zero Waste to significantly reduce GHG emissions, a critique of incineration and its inclusion in CDM, and a new report, Stop Trashing the Climate. Neil Tangri
Ecology Center
neil@no-burn.org
+49 15 206121214
 
Climate change first has an impact at a local level, where there is most contact with the population and its needs. Creative and innovative solutions from European local authorities will be presented to provide inspiration and encourage similar schemes in other municipalities worldwide. Andre Muno
Climate Alliance (Klima-Bündnis)
a.muno@climatealliance.org
+49 69 71713911
 
Business Input Into Climate Change and Sustainability Issues Kija Kummer Brown
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
kummer@wbcsd.org
+41 22 839 3147
 
Latest ECN publications on energy & climate policy Stefan Bakker
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
bakker@ecn.nl
+31 224 564021
 
The booth will be an exhibition of the IARU International Scientific Congress on Climate Change "Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges and Decisions, which will take place on 10 - 12 March 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Lance Heath
Australian National University (ANU)
lance.heath@anu.edu.au
+61 2 61254672
 
ARE is the only international renewable industry association dealing with developing countries and proposing efficient solutions to the problem of energy access worldwide. Ambitious in its objectives, ARE wants to launch new approaches in energy access, climate change and development policies Simon Rolland
Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE)
s.rolland@ruralelec.org
+32 2 4001052
 
Climate Change - national priorities and global concern Kerstin Heikenfeldt
Sweden
kerstin.heikenfeldt@naturvards
+0 10648 4673394185
 
Climate change - responses from the Pan-European region, giving examples and positions about the effects of climate change, the need for adaptation and for an equitable post-Kyoto regime from an integrated gender and human rights perspective Sabine Bock
Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF)
sabine.bock@wecf.eu
+49 89 232393812
 
Climate and development : the interface of vulnerability to climate variability and change, adaptation and human development (gender, health); and sustainable energy capacity for lives, livelihoods and communities through research/action, social learning, training tools, and fieldwork. Jean-Philippe Thomas
Environnement et Developpement du Tiers-Monde (ENDA-TM)
enda.jp.thomas@gmail.com
+221 33 8222496
 
Adaptation to Climate Change Catherine Baker
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
catherine.baker@iied.org
+44 207 388 2117
 
GenderCC - Women for Climate Justice. Information sharing and networking on gender justice and climate policy. Presentations of videos, photos and publications. Ulrike Roehr
LIFE e.V.
roehr@life-online.de
+49 179 2031511
 
GLobal Terrestrial Observing System (GTOS) Reuben Sessa
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
reuben.sessa@fao.org
+39 6 57056519
 
Nuclear energy has a vital role to play in meeting the world's growing demand for clean and reliable energy. Our stand will provide information on all aspects of the nuclear industry and its contribution to tackling climate change Jonathan Cobb
World Nuclear Association (WNA)
jonathan.cobb@world-nuclear.or
+44 20 74511536
 
The Wuppertal Institute provides information material on a wide range of issues such as the Kyoto mechanisms, the EU emissions trading scheme, equity considerations in the UNFCCC process and post-2012 policy options Wolfgang Sterk
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
wolfgang.sterk@wupperinst.org
+49 202 2492149
 
GWEC is the global voice of the wind energy industry. The GWEC booth with provide information on the development of wind energy world wide, and industry representatives and experts will be available for discussion. Steve Sawyer
Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)
steve.sawyer@gwec.net
+32 4 95102848
 
Countdown to Copenhagen; Mobilizing adequate global action for an ambitious and equitable solution to climate change Nelson Muffuh
The Conservancy Association (CA)
nmuffuh@christian-aid.org
+44 207 523 2383
 
Monitoring of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and ocean, the status quo of the assessment of climate risks based on integrated climate, impact, and land use models, and the development of visions for a low carbon society using the Asia-Pacific Integrated Model (AIM) Katsunori Hirokane
National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)
white.masako@nies.go.jp
+81 29 850 2169
 
Trade unions and climate change: Equity, justice & solidarity in the fight against climate change Anabella Rosemberg
International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
anabella.rosemberg@ituc-csi.or
+33 1 55373737
 
Disaster risk reduction strategies, risk management and risk transfer, including insurance Silvia Llosa
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
llosa@un.org
+41 22 9178904
 
Highlighting ICC's role as a multi-sectoral business organisation with expertise in a wide range of areas. It will provide examples of ICC work on climate change, energy, sustainable development as well as the interrelation of climate policy with trade, intellectual property, CSR and other areas Andrea Maria Bacher
Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC)
andrea-maria.bacher@iccwbo.org
+33 14 953 3066
 
The CarbonFix Standard is a rulebook to ensure high quality forestation projects for the voluntary carbon market. The standard ensures positive socio-economic and ecological benefits and provides a simplified CO2 calculation methodology for climate forest projects following the formulas of the IPCC. Moriz Vohrer
CarbonFix e.V.
m.vohrer@carbonfix.info
+4 176 64803182
 
The European Renewable Energy Council - which represents the EU renewable energy industry, trade and research associations- presents its recently published roadmap on how to achieve 20% renewable energy in the EU in 2020. Insight into the development of each technology up until 2020 will be given Lucie Tesniere
European Renewable Energy Council (EREC)
tesniere@erec.org
+32 400 1070
 
Climate change & poverty: Tearfund is a leading UK-based development NGO working to reduce the impact of climate change on poor communities through disaster risk reduction and other measures. We also raise public and political awareness of the issue through campaigning and lobbying Laura Hughes
TEARFUND
laura.hughes@tearfund.org
+44 20 8943 7956
 
This exhibit will inform on efforts at ESA and other space agencies responding to the needs of space based observation defined by GCOS with the Essential Climate Variables. The objective is to make Earth Observation seen as a feasible and practical tool for climate change observation. Frank Martin Seifert
European Space Agency (ESA)
frank.martin.seifert@esa.int
+390 6 94180560
 
ICTSD Initiative on Climate Technology will present and make available research and analysis on mechanisms for, and barriers to development and transfer of climate change technologies, including initial findings on potential implications of intellectual property for access to climate technologies. Moustapha Kamal Gueye
International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD)
gkamal@ictsd.ch
+41 22 917 8754
 
How France's development partnerships are meeting the challenge of climate change. MARIE JAUDET
France
marie.jaudet@cop21.gouv.fr
+33 0 664402246
 
UNEP and Climate Change World Bank
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
Eric.Usher@unep.fr
+46 8212901
 
Climate change and development on behalf of Federal Minstry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safty and Federal Minstry for Economic Cooperation and Development Michael Wahl
Germany
Michael.Wahl@gtz.de
+49 6196 793375
 
Carbon finance and community-based forestry in the Maya biosphere reserve: conserving rainforest and enhancing livelihoods. Describes the accomplishments by government, regional organizations, communities, and forest managers to implement REDD in Guatemala's Peten Jeffrey Hayward
Rainforest Alliance (RA)
jhayward@ra.org
+1 202 2947008
 
Korea's GHG reduction drive - GHG reduction researches and projects of energy and industry sector by Korea Energy Management Corporation - GHG reduction actions of Korean confirms Hochul Shin
Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI)
hcshin@kemco.or.kr
+82 31 260 4542
 
Climate Action Network Karim Harris
Climate Action Network - Europe (CAN - Europe)
karim@climnet.org
+32 22 29 5225
 
Publications and information point provided by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Michele Bernardi
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
michele.bernardi@fao.org
+39 6 57052442
 
The exhibit aims to disseminate the knowledge gained by the experts of Climatenet on international climate policy issues, e.g. the CDM, JI, EU ETS and post-2012. Our recent publications will be distributed for free to help the climate community enhance its understanding on these issues. Daisuke Hayashi
ClimateNet
hayashi@perspectives.cc
+41 44 820 4213
 
Climate Change, Migration and Forced Displacement: The new humanitarian frontier? Tetsuro Yoshida
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
yoshidat@unhcr.org
+41 22 739 8755
 
Practical Action is working to help communities adapt to climate change through access to appropriate skills, knowledge and technologies Rachel Berger
Practical Action
rachel.berger@practicalaction.
+44 7966 542181
 
Local Climate Action: The exhibit will highlight the crucial role of local government in mitigation and adaptation to climate change and is organised by ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability and the Association of Polish Cities. Gino Van Begin
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI)
gino.van.begin@iclei.org
+49 76 136 8920
 
IPCC and its publications Carola Traverso Saibante
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
csaibante@wmo.int
+41 2 2730 8066
 
SEI showcasing insights from published and unpublished climate change research, including analysis on adaptation, economics, carbon offsetting, food security and bioenergy. Also the home of the new journal Climate and Development and other SEI publications. Izabela Ratajczak-Juszko
Sustainable Energy Institute (SEI)
oxfordsei@gmail.com
+44 18 6542 6316
 
Natural gas as the fuel of choice for a sustainable development. The answer to the climate challenge? Erik Gonder
International Gas Union (IGU)
ergon@statoilhydro.com
+47 22 536382
 
Overview of the IETA activities and position papers in relation to the various Emission Trading Systems around the world Edwin Aalders
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
aalders@ieta.org
+41 22 7370500
 
CARE International Angie Dazé
CARE International (CI)
angie@care.ca
+1 613 228 3916
 
Responding to Climate Change James Ramsey
Responding to Climate Change (RTCC)
anna@rtcc.org
+44 20 77992222
 
Wetlands International: Peatland loss as a major driver of climate change Alex Kaat
Wetlands International
agkaat@gmail.com
+528 318 3165060191
Policy brief addressing peatland emissions (en) [231 kb]
Policy brief addressing peatland emissions (esp) [474 kb]
Factbook for UN-FCCC policies on peatland emission [878 kb]
Nuclear power trends; climate change mitigation and nuclear energy; IAEA capacity building in developing countries for energy system analysis and climate change mitigation; the legal, safety, security, non-proliferation and assistance the IAEA can provide to countries interested in nuclear energy H-Holger Rogner
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
h.h.rogner@iaea.org
+43 1 26 002 2776
 
The Gold Standard mission is to support and reward the Kyoto Protocol's twin goals: sustainable development and additionality. This exhibit features case studies from project developers and private businesses, highlighting the potential for carbon markets to work for the poor Michael Schlup
The Gold Standard Foundation (GSF)
michael@cdmgoldstandard.org
+41 61 283 0916
 
Activities and research of The Woods Hole Research Center and The Amazon Institute for Environmental Research (IPAM) Tracy Johns
The Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC)
tjohns@whrc.org
+1 508 5409900
 
Canada: Taking Action to Fight Climate Change Regina Wright
Canada
regina.wright@ec.gc.ca
+1 819 994 2370
 
ICSU together with IHDP (ICSU Programme) presenting its cutting-edge resarch in the field of climate change to the participants of COP 14 Leah Goldfarb
International Council for Science (ICSU)
leah@icsu.org
+33 14 525 0709
 
OneWorld is opening a window to wider participation from around the world through the use of virtual worlds. Join us at the stand or OneClimate Island in Second Life or through the web at OneClimate.net Anna Cohen
Oneworld UK
anna.cohen@oneworld.net
+44 207 922 7844
 
Geres and Carbon Solidarity present their activities fighting both climate change and poverty Marion Verles
Groupe Energies Renouvelables, Environnement et Solidarités (GERES)
m.verles@gmail.com
+33 67 085 0192
 
Panos supports developing country journalists to increase public understanding and debate on climate change issues. Lessons from our projects show how better communication can achieve greater inclusion of Southern needs and voices in decisions about climate change Natalie Herzhoff
Panos
natalie.herzhoff@panos.org.uk
+44 20 72397634
 
United Nations Development Programme Cassie Flynn
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
cassie.flynn@undp.org
+1 212 9066591
 
The Co-benefits Approach addresses development concerns of developing countries, while helping them to reduce GHGs. It is expected to create win-win scenarios, and is now part of the negotiation agenda for improving project mechanisms (such as CDM), as well as operations of development activities. Junko Morizane
Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC)
morizane@oecc.or.jp
+81 35 472014
 
The Arctic warms quicker than other regions and the level of Arctic sea ice has been record low for two years. We will exhibit the latest research from International Polar Year projects on climate change in the Arctic. Erlend Hermansen
Center for International Climate and Environmental Research (CICERO)
e.a.t.hermansen@cicero.uio.no
+47 9964 3601
 
Wind power: a main contributor to the EU's Kyoto objective, and to achieve the EU's unilateral 20% reduction target for 2020. EWEA's wide range of publications on wind energy in general will be offered to visitors. EWEA experts will be available for questions and discussions. Malgosia Bartosik
European Wind Energy Association (EWEA)
mb@ewea.org
+32 2 546 1944
 
Showcasing the research work undertaken by TERI on different aspects of climate change. Projects of TERI addressing the adaptation and mitigation aspects of climate change will also be showcased. TERI's upcoming activities and plan of action will also be shared through the exhibit Prabhat Upadhyaya
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
prabhat@teri.res.in
+91 11 24682100
 
The latest climate model projections from the Met Office Hadley Centre show that failure to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions quickly and soon could have worrying and significant consequences for the worlds climate. Feedbacks between climate and air quality could also have damaging impacts. Fiona Carroll
Met Office Hadley Center
fiona.carroll@metoffice.gov.uk
+44 1392 884240
 
Building Climate and Energy Justice from Local to Global: Profiling the grassroots initiatives of the world's largest federation of environmental organisations, Friends of the Earth International. Stephanie Long
Friends of the Earth International (FOEI)
stephanie.long@foe.org.au
+61 414 136461
 
Information about how to extend the EU system of tradeable emission rights by including terrestrial traffic and how to improve the CDM by discounting of CERs Dietrich Borst
German Emissions Trading Association (BVEK)
borst@bvek.de
+49 30 55877304
 
Early warning/early action, using climate information for disaster risk management and agriculture. Madeleen Helmer
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
mhelmer@redcross.nl
+31 70 44 55 837
 
" Environment in my dream" Paintings,made by polish children in 1992, presented at Rio92 others from 2008. Presentation "Bleu Corridor Projekt',under UNECE programm end stressed by G9 group.Enviro-friendly solutions. International actions for saving forest, see wild life. Messeges of a Polish NGOs Ljudmilla van der Marel
Corporación Andina de Fomento (CAF)
fundacja@ochronasrodowiska.pl
+31 1 6141 2252
Bleu corridor [2 Mb]
Climate Network Africa’s publications on climate change and sustainable development Grace Akumu
Climate Network Africa (CNAF)
cnaf@cnaf.or.ke
+254 20 386 4040
 
The aim of this exhibition is to present the report "More than Rain"; with new understanding of how to integrate climate change adaptation in poverty reduction projects and programs increasing the capacity of individuals, households and communities to respond to climate variability and change. Oyvind Dahl
Norwegian Forum for Environment and Development (ForUM)
od@forumfor.no
 
Display of information material Uazamo Kaura
Namibia
uazamo.kaura@yahoo.co.uk
+264 61 2842701
 
TWN news updates and briefing papers on climate change Lim Li Lin
Third World Network (TWN)
twnkl@po.jaring.my
+603 2300 2585
 
Global Forest Coalition Ronnie Hall
Global Forest Coalition (GFC)
ronnihall@googlemail.com
+44 1243 602756
 
IGES Information and Publication Booth. Kazuhisa KOAKUTSU
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
koakutsu@iges.or.jp
+81 46 8553825
 
Recent publications from the International Energy Agency Jenny Gell
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Jenny.gell@iea.org
+33 1 40576729
 
Exhibition with five alternating themes: Global warming -how will it affect the world regions? The Artic is melting -what are the latest predictions? Life in the growing megacities -why does it impact urban climate? Sea level rise -where are the crises? Adapting to climate change -who is at risk? Henrik Hoejmark Thomsen and Mai Maskell Andersen
Denmark
hht@geus.dk
+45 3814 2102
 
The Institute of Development Studies Climate Change and Development Centre will be exhibiting its work around the five themes of Low Carbon Growth; Sub-National, National and International Climate Policy; Poverty and Climate-Resilient Development; Knowledge Sharing and Capacity Strengthening. Merylyn McKenzie Hedger
Institute of Development Studies (IDS)
H.Bywaters@ids.ac.uk
+44 127 391 5722
 
Information from an IPY research consortium called CAVIAR (Community Adaptation and Vulnerability in Arctic Regions) will be presented. The project seeks to better understand how people are affected by environmental changes in order to contribute to the development of adaptive strategies. Laura Tozer
University of Guelph - Global Environmental Change Group (GECG)
ltozer@uoguelph.ca
+1 519 824 4120 ext. 58961
 
Recent publications and papers on climate change, from the OECD and the Annex I Expert Group. Elizabeth Corbett
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
elizabeth.corbett@oecd.org
+33 1 45247693
 
Anticipatory learning for climate change adaptation and resilience: explores iterative, forward-looking ways of learning for climate change adaptation. Posters and pamphlets illustrate anticipatory learning tools to be used in Ghana and Tanzania to deal with uncertainties now and in the future Petra Tschakert
Pennsylvania State University (PSU)
petra@psu.edu
+1 16803 8148639399
 
IDRC supported research on climate change and adaptation Mary O'Neill
International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
maoneill@idrc.ca
+1 613 6962108
 
Rio synergies exhibit Jaime Webbe
Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
jaime.webbe@cbd.int
+1 514 2878718
 
Clean technology businesses offering solutions that are available today to combat climate change - renewable energy, energy efficiency and natural gas. Lisa Jacobson
Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)
ljacobson@bcse.org
+1 202 7850507
 
350.org will present videos from around the world of youth, NGOs, and government leaders speaking in favor of a 350 ppm stabilization target. We will also provide literature, stickers, and buttons to passerby and have an interactive component Gillian May Boeve
Sustainable Markets Foundation - 350.org
may@350.org
+1 415 575 5539
 
The Pew Center will distribute its reports on climate change. Namrata Patodia
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)
patodian@pewclimate.org
+703 516 4146
 
Israel Newtech - The national program of the government of Israel for promotion of water and alternative energy technologies Ronit Golovaty
Israel
golovaty@export.gov.il
+97 23 514 2907
 
Cap and Share Richard Douthwaite
Feasta Ltd (Feasta)
richard@douthwaite.net
+35 3982 5313
 
Extractive industries: Blessing or curse? Katerina Husova
CEE Bankwatch Network (Bankwatch)
climate@bankwatch.org
+9 19000 4206050458
 
Green Cross is one of the few organisation focusing on the crucial nexus between security, poverty, and the environment. The goal of the exhibit will be to highlight this unique nexus by presenting the various activities of GCI Adam Koniuszewski
Green Cross International (GCI)
adam.koniuszewski@gci.ch
+41 22 789 1662
 
Material efficiency Peter Kriebel
European Business Council for Sustainable Energy (e5)
peter_kriebel@yahoo.de
+41 79 832 6903
 
Demonstration of the Chinese efforts, policies and measures combating climate change Qian Guoqiang
China
qian_guoqiang@mfa.gov.cn
+86 10 6596 3252
 
The humanitarian perspective: reducing disaster risk Irina Zodrow
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
zodrow@un.org
+41 22 917 2298
 
The exhibit will display the work of IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, on climate change. IUCN aims to include biodiversity concerns in adaptation and mitigation policies and practice, and furthers natural resource management strategies that help adapt to climate change. Ninni Ikkala
IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature
ninni.ikkala@iucn.org
+41 2 9990106
 
WWF International Martin Hiller
WWF (WWF)
mhiller@wwfint.org
+41 79 3472256
 
Contraction and Convergence [C&C] The way ahead on climate change Aubrey Meyer
Global Commons Institute (GCI)
aubrey.meyer@btinternet.com
+44 208 520 4742
 
Thinking beyond the canopy CIFOR advances human well-being, environmental conservation, and equity by conducting research to inform policies and practices that affect forests in developing countries Yani Saloh
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
y.saloh@cgiar.org
Yani Saloh
 
WFP's contribution to climate change adaptation through a global deep field presence; the provision of public goods such as vulnerability assessments; and the implementation of concrete adaptation activities such as building flood defences and small-scale irrigation systems or fixing sand dunes. Jordi Renart i Vila
World Food Programme (WFP)
jordi.renartivila@wfp.org
+39 06 6513 3115
Climate Change and the Risk of Hunger [1011 kb]
WMO - UN Specialized Agency - and the National Meteorological and Hydrological Services of its 188 Members provide climate data and information required for efficient mitigation and adaptation Carine Richard-van Maele
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
cvanmaele@wmo.int
+41 22 730 8314
 
Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) - its background and activities Taiki Kuroda
International Center for Environmental Technology Transfer (ICETT)
kuroda@icett.or.jp
+81 593 293500
 
Carbon Markets & Investors Association Adam Nathan
Climate Markets and Investment Association Limited (CMIA)
adam.nathan@carbonmarketsassoc
+44 7970 34 2576
 
The objective of the WHO exhibit is to raise awareness within the climate change community of the critical importance of health as one of the main neglected impacts of climate change through dipslay of publications, film and animiation projections and posters Fiona Gore
World Health Organization (WHO)
goref@who.int
+41 22 791 1619
 
Greenpeace Solar Generation Youth from around the world demand clean energy solutions for a safe and equitable world. Will we look into the eyes of our children and tell them that we had the opportunity, but lacked the courage? That we had the technology, but lacked the vision? Stephanie Tunmore
Greenpeace International (GREENPEACE)
stephanie.tunmore@uk.greenpeac
+44 77 9694 7451
 
Children in a changing climate. Exhibition of photos taken by children in many countries, highlighting the winners of the 2008 global youth photography Shoot Nations competition Nick Hall
Plan International (Plan)
nick.hall@plan-international.o
+44 207 482 9774
 
information stand on dutch climate research and policy Babette Graber
Netherlands
babette.graber@minvrom.nl
+31 70 3392405
 
Carbon Capture and Storage - Financing a part of the climate solution Svend Soeyland
Bellona Foundation
svend@bellona.org
+0 0 4747487930
 
A holistic approach to climate change: mitigation and adaptation strategies that benefit people and biodiversity Jennifer McCullough
Conservation International (CI)
jmccullough@conservation.org
+703 341 2526
 
Introduction of CDM/JI Feasibility Study (FS) Programme Tomoya Motoda
Global Environment Centre (GEC)
cdm-fs@gec.jp
+81-6-6915-4121
 
The role and benefits of sustainable forestry for climate change, employment and the community. Economically and environmentally sustainable forestry industry activities have a positive impact on greenhouse gas reduction, while providing good employment and flow on benefits for the community. michael hartman
Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU)
mhartman@forestWorks.com.au
+61 3 93213500
 
Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe and Turkey Zsuzsanna Ivanyi
Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC)
Zivanyi@rec.org
+36 20 5532639
 
The Oil and Gas industry and Climate Change. Robert Siveter
International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA)
robert.siveter@ipieca.org
+44 20 76332378
 
European Youth for a sustainable future Julie Teng
European Youth Forum (YFJ)
julie.teng@youthforum.org
+32 2 2869426
 
Tyndall Centre for Climate Change (UK) exhibition of the Research Programmes: Climate Policy, Energy Futures, Resilience, Development, Coasts, Cities. The exhibit will also highlight the EU funded ADAM project (Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies for Climate Change) Mike Hulme
University of East Anglia (UEA)
h.neufeldt@uea.ac.uk
+44 160 359 1120
 
Way Forward Towards "Green Desert" by CECOEDECON Sharad Joshi
Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society (CECOEDECON)
cecoedecon@gmail.com
+91 0 9829059202
 
Oxfam International witnesses the devastating impact of climate change on the world's poorest people. Oxfam's Canvass for Change exhibition comprises artistic stories from around the world, showing how those most vulnerable are striving to cope with increasingly unpredictable weather patterns Charlie Powell
OXFAM International (OI)
cpowell@oxfam.org.uk
+44 186 547 3446
 
Japan’s exhibition on research projects, int’l cooperative projects, symposiums, capacity building efforts, and best practices of ODA on climate change projection and its adaptation and mitigation implemented by relevant ministries and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). Eiji Toyoda
Japan
eiji.toyoda@mofa.go.jp
+81 3 5501 8245
 
Highlights of the Sussex Energy Group's policy relevant research on transitions to a low carbon economy, including work on technology transfer, low carbon growth in China, distributed generation, the rebound effect, low carbon behaviour change and the politics of climate policy David Ockwell
University of Sussex - Sussex Energy Group (SEG)
david.ockwell@gmail.com
+44 7811 136972
 
To showcase recent practical experience and publications related to development of VCF and REDD projects for forests and peatlands and facilitate dialogue over collaboration for joint activities in developing countries. Faizal Parish
Global Environment Centre (GEC)
faizal.parish@gmail.com
+60 3 79572007
 
GEF Publications Monica Fernandes
Global Environment Facility (GEF)
mfernandes@thegef.org
+1 202 2024739647
 
Sustainable Energy Visions. Successes in poverty reduction, development & improving health without increases in greenhouse gas emissions. Phase out of fossil fuels before 2050, starting in industrialised countries. NGO activities in North and South. Gunnar Boye Olesen
International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE)
inforse@gmail.com
+45 86 227000
 
TRANSPORT&CLIMATE CHANGE-Future perspectives for low carbon solutions The stand presents up-to-date research & practical solutions on sustainable transport. Highlighting options, information & case studies for decision-makers to tackle climate change from worldwide initiatives. Holger Dalkmann
Transport Research Foundation (TRF)
hdalkmann@trl.co.uk
+44 7810 804849
Flyer - Transport Events [1 Mb]
Transport & climate change - Future perspectives for low carbon solutions. The stand presents up-to-date research & practical solutions on sustainable transport highlighting options, information & case studies for decision-makers to tackle climate change from worldwide initiatives Heather Allen
International Association of Public Transport (UITP)
heather.allen@uitp.org
+32 2661 3190
 
World Resources Institute Rob Bradley
World Resources Institute (WRI)
rbradley@wri.org
+1 202 729 7670
 
Highlight U.S. accomplishments and partnerships and research Clare Sierawski
United States of America
SierawskiCX@state.gov
+1 202 647 6738
 
Research in Lower Saxony's Weser Ems region on advances in agriculture, transport and energy technology to combat climate change Heinrich Tschochohei
Weser-EMS Regional Innovation Strategy (RIS)
heinrich.tschochohei@ris-energ
+49 441 3611 6459
 
The e8, a non-profit international group of ten major electricity companies from G8 countries dedicated to sustainable energy development and the fight against climate change, will showcase their projects and human capacity building activities implemented in developing nations worldwide since 1992. Ghita Benessahraoui
Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership
benessahraoui.ghita@hydro.qc.c
+1 514 3925642
 
The International Transport Forum (ex. ECMT) is a global IGO (51 Governments) focused on transport policy. Philippe Crist
International Transport Forum, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (ITF)
philippe.crist@oecd.org
+33 1 45249447
 
Institutional showcase of UNICA, the Brazilian sugarcane industry association, on the benefits of the production and use of sugarcane ethanol in mitigating climate change effects while enhancing economic growth and energy security Carolina Costa
UNICA - Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association (UNICA)
carolina@unica.com.br
+55 11 3093 4949
 
Social Impacts of Climate Change in Developing Countries Holger Thuss
Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT)
holger.thuss@cfact.eu
+49 3641 426746
 
the exhibition of Climate Crisis Clock, and the distribution of Booklets that explain the Clock along with the introduction of Korea Green Foundation Hyeran Seo
Korea Green Foundation (KGF)
seo.hyeran@gmail.com
+82 2 20114345
 
Climate Change at the European Investment Bank Andrea Pinna
European Investment Bank (EIB)
a.pinna@eib.org
+352 621 362459
 
COPENHAGEN CLIMATE COUNCIL: Hosted in collaboration with UN Global Compact, WBCSD and the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, the World Business Summit on Climate Change (24-26 May 2009) will gather business leaders and decision-makers to develop recommendations to a new climate treaty in 2009. Laura Storm
Purves Environmental Fund
lss@mm.dk
+45 3393 9323
Copenhagen Climate Council [657 kb]
World Business Summit on Climate Change [991 kb]
Role of Indian Industry in GHG Mitigation Rita Roy Choudhury
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)
roychoudhury@ficci.com
+91 9 810403255
 
Brazil Bioenergy:bases for world clean energy Marina Grossi
Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development (BCSD - Brazil)
cebds@cebds.org
+55 21 24832250
 
In collaboration with government, universities, and private sector partners around the world, the US National Center for Atmospheric Research is dedicated to exploring and understanding our atmosphere in the broadest terms, including interactions with the sun, oceans, biosphere, and human society. Peter Backlund
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
anneoman@ucar.edu
(1-303) 497-1117
Description of NCAR [110 kb]
Untitled [110 kb]
Untitled [815 kb]
About NCAR [815 kb]
About NCAR (Word .doc) [837 kb]
California's Climate Plan Robyn Camp
Climate Action Reserve
robyn@climateregistry.org
+1 213 891 6931
 
Inwent's programmes apply a variety of capacity building instruments. We offer practice-oriented advanced education and training, dialogue sessions and e-Learning. Klaus Knecht
Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
klaus.knecht@inwent.org
+49 30 25482110
 
Iinformation on the BDI initiative Business for Climate Protection and its work (best practices and climate study). Valuable help is provided in defining cost-efficient technological levers for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in all sectors Martin Schroeder
Federation of German Industries (BDI)
m.schroeder@bdi.eu
+49 30 20281606
 
Urbanization contributes to climate change. The poor, living in unplanned settlements, are most affected. UN-HABITAT works with organizations at every level to build cities without slums that are liveable places for all, and which do not pollute the environment or deplete natural resources Maike Christiansen
United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)
maike.christiansen@unhabitat.o
+254 20 762 3191
 
Information about the different renewable energy technologies such as geothermal, hydropower, wind, solar, etc and the leading international renewable energy associations within the International Renewable Energy Alliance: IGA, IHA, ISES and WWEA. Stefan Gsaenger
World Wind Energy Association (WWEA)
sg@wwindea.org
+49 228 3694080
 
Echofestival- where culture meets ecology. Unification of the arts to showcase practical ecological solutions in our daily habitual life Meera Ghani
United Nations (UN)
meera@ecofestival.org
+32 485 08 0106