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Mitigation, including response measures
Adaptation, including loss and damage
Means of implementation and support
Integrated and holistic approaches
Other topics related to the UNFCCC process

Side events organized by Green Climate Fund (GCF) and WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) are part of UNFCCC and Related events.

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Scheduled Time/Location Organizer Title / theme / speakers Attachments
05 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
The Lutheran World Federation (LWF)
Ms. Elena Cedillo
+41 78 9457646
Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU)
Ms. Marion Mews
+49 50677 1517081425
Soka Gakkai International Office for UN Affairs
Ms. Alexandra Goossens-Ishii
+33 6 2229599
World Council of Churches (WCC)
Mr. Henrik Grape
+46 73 9905505
Deliver climate action:Support a robust Global Stocktake from human rights and ethical perspectives.
In the absence of rapid, substantial, and sustained emissions reductions, loss, damage and climate-induced displacement will rapidly increase, particularly in developing countries. A robust Global Stock Take that addresses this is crucial for achieving Paris Agreement goals.

Speakers: Ian Fry |UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights & Climate Change Michelle Schwarz| LWF Harjeet Singh | CAN-International Woman Indigenous Peoples’ voice Moderator: Valeriane Bernard | Brahma Kumaris
05 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
Mr. Adis Dzebo
+46 702 543520
German Development Institute (DIE - Bonn)
Ms. Gabriela Iacobuta
+49 1520 7597035
Mr. İzzet Arı
+90 505 2905778
The evolution of connections between Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda in the NDCs
Most countries have updated NDCs, allowing for analysis and comparison between climate action and the 17 SDGs. This is highly relevant for the third phase of the global stocktake and can also contribute to improved future NDCs to make joint progress on climate change and sustainable development.

Speakers: Minoru Takada (UN-DESA), Karina Barrera (Ecuador), Birgit Strube (BMZ), Kushal K. Raj (Fiji) (tbc), Kevin Ossah (Togo), Izzet Ari (Türkiye), UNDP (tbc), Richard Klein (SEI), Gabriela Iacobuta (IDOS), Adis Dzebo (SEI)
Detailed agenda [126 kb]
Policy brief [1 Mb]
05 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Third World Network (TWN)
Ms. Yvonne Miller Berlie
+41 78 8929203
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
Mr. Diego Pacheco
+591 0 67198345
Assessing the outcomes of COP 27 and expectations for COP 28
Speakers from developing countries will provide their reflections

Speakers: to be defined
Equity assessment TWNBP [1 Mb]
TWN Side event Flyer [1 Mb]
PPT Equitiy in IPCC [1 Mb]
TWN News Update 1 [291 kb]
05 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Fundación Avina (AVINA)
Mr. Andres Mogro
+593 9 92603790
Stichting Hivos (Humanistisch Instituut voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking) (Hivos)
Mr. Steven Hawkes
+31 0 703765500
Strategies to deliver gender responsive and socially inclusive climate finance(CF) to local levels
The level of gender responsive CF is insufficient to deliver climate justice. Less than 5% of private, public & blended CF was gender responsive. Only ODA (-57%) of CF (18.9bn) channeled in 2019-20 was such. Lessons will be identified related to processes including the NCQG, & Loss & Damage finance.

Speakers: Fundación Avina, Akina Mama wa Afrika, Hivos, Ministry of Environment in Tunisia (tbc), Ministry of Green Economy in Zambia, UNFCCC Gender Focal point (tbc)
Detailed agenda [72 kb]
05 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Swiss Lenten Fund (FO)
Mr. David Knecht
+41 6004 4176436598
Asociación Ambiente y Sociedad (AAS)
Sra. Ana Malagon Llano
+57 1 3005504085
MISEREOR, German Catholic Bishops' Organisation for Development Cooperation (MISEREOR)
Ms. Madeleine Woerner
+276 52064 4924144257
Uma Gota No Oceano
Ms. Isabela Penna
+55 24 988350588
Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW)
Ms. Paula Castro
+41 0 767202166
Transparency & harmonization of NDCs and national climate policies as driver for implementation
Harmonization of national climate policy & NDCs, as well as transparency in climate policy implementation are key for driving a fast & just transition. Three research teams present their findings across various countries. A panel discusses their relevance for the ongoing work on GST, MWP, NDC & ETF.

Speakers: Presenters and panelists will include members of the research teams (universities & NGOs from Switzerland, Colombia, Israel), party representatives (Swiss delegation & others tbc) & civil society. Insights will be shared in the GST World Café.
Flyer Side-Event NDC Transparency [1 Mb]
05 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
Mr. Wolfgang Obergassel
+49 202 2492149 e.V.
Ms. Louise Jefferey
+49 152 22732121
University of Eastern Finland (UEF)
Mr. Harro van Asselt
+358 50 3496934
World Resources Institute (WRI)
Mr. Nathan Cogswell
+1 202 7297802
Insights for the Global Stocktake: System transformations & international cooperation
If the GST is to set us on course for meeting the Paris Agreement goals, it must spur transformations in all sectors and systems. This event explores sector-specific Paris-compatible targets, enabling conditions, options for enhancing international cooperation, and how the GST can drive progress.

Speakers: Louise Jeffery (NewClimate Institute), Judit Hecke (NewClimate Institute), Claire Fyson (Climate Analytics), Sophie Boehm (World Resources Institute), Sebastian Oberthür (Free University Brussels), Lukas Hermwille (Wuppertal Institute)
Agenda [236 kb]
Presentation1 [1 Mb]
Presentation2 [3 Mb]
05 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Ana Vukoje
Loss and Damage in Focus: Ten Years of the Warsaw International Mechanism Launch Event
The event launches the call for entries for the Loss and Damage in Focus: 10 Years of the Warsaw International Mechanism (WIM) photo exhibition. The event will showcase how communities at the frontline of climate change are responding to loss and damage and how the WIM is catalysing support.

Speakers: WIM ExCom members, expert group members, country representatives
Flyer [1 Mb]
05 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)
Ms. Jennifer Huang
+1 703 5160638
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)
Ms. Zoe Jee
+1 202 5723511
Ms. Laura Juliana Arciniegas
+57 1 3187080910
A Solutions-oriented Global Stocktake
In the context of the transition from the technical to the political phase of the GST, experts reflect on the key high-level signals and solutions that the GST could send to enhance ambitious action and international cooperation to achieve the Paris goals, as well as what must happen post-COP28.

Speakers: Kaveh Guilanpour or Jennifer Huang, C2ES; Mandy Rambharos, EDF; Juliana Arcinegas, Transforma; Sebastian Oberthur, VUB/IEF; Lavanya Rajamani, Oxford University.
C2ES GST Poster [416 kb]
MOI Solutions Approach to the GST Technical Paper [2 Mb]
Adaptation and L&D Solutions Approach to the GST Technical Paper [2 Mb]
Mitigation Solutions Approach to the GST Technical Paper [2 Mb]
05 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Green Economics Institute (GEI)
Ms. Miriam Kennet
+0 44 7990590463
Club UNESCO du centre d'action femme et enfant (CUCAFE)
Mme Georgette Bilonda Mpenda
+0 243 852058354
Environment-People-Law (EPL)
Ms. Hanna Khomechko
+38 32 2257682
Global Greens (Verts Mondiaux) (Global Greens)
Mr. Frank Sheridan
+44 7914 975875
Technology Education Research and Rehabilitation for Environment Policy Centre (TERRE Policy Centre)
Mme Vinitaa Apte
+91 0 9822091537
The Global Stock Take: Who needs to do the heavy lifting to keep within 1.5 degrees of warming?
Spotlighting alternative voices: Intersectional implications: Less or more developed countries? Equitable Just transition approaches for indigenous peoples + leadership.

Speakers: Merem Tahar (Indigenous climate activist) Chad, Doctor (GP) Komo (Congo), Professor Thomas Duncanson (USA), Aisiatou Benerez( Germany and DRC). on line Vinitae Aapte (Terre Policy Centre), Jacquelyn Jepchirchir (Kenya) Global Greens.
Side Event The Green Economics Institute Monday 5th June 2023 Kammin Zimmer Side Event Information- Partners and Speaker List [284 kb]
Side Event The Green Economics Institute and UNFCCC Kamin Zimmer UNFCCC [1 Mb]
05 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Climate Strategies
Ms. Julie-Anne Hogbin
+44 7539 552147
Mr. William Meneses Sanjuan
+57 300 6604344
German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
Ms. Olga Zhylenko
+49 30 89789470
Building on the GST for Ambitious Just Transitions
Presenting latest scientific insights relevant to the GST to help policymakers enhance implementation of just and equitable pathways to fulfil the Paris Agreement. This event will centre discourse on Global South perspectives, inclusive social dialogue and the role of International Climate Finance

Speakers: Speaker will draw on the latest finding from a number of international research consortium delivering transformative new scientific insights to support policymakers with preparing new NDCs and national climate policies.
05 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
ClimateWorks Foundation
Ms. Hannah Roeyer
+1 415 9400592
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Ms. Elodie Prata Leal
+33 1 85554963
Delivering a successful GST1 – Course-correcting to meet our climate goals
Join us to explore what it will take to make the first GST a success in 2023 and beyond. Speakers will share perspectives on how to land a robust outcome at COP28, concrete commitments it could include, and what follow-up is needed to ensure GST1 drives action on the ground in the years ahead.

Speakers: Opening by Thureya Alali (UAE); panel ft. Adriano Santhiago de Oliveira (Brazil); Elizabeth Rowe (UK); Casey Cronin (iGST/CWF); Danica Supnet (ICSC); Enrique Maurtua (ICM); Maryke van Staden (ICLEI); Sirini Jeudy-Hugo (OECD/CCXG); framing remarks by OECD-IEA CCXG & independent Global Stocktake
Event Agenda and Livestream Link [501 kb]
05 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO)
Ms. Katie Momber
+44 7 0
Engineering Institute of Canada - Institut Canadien des ingenieurs (EIC-ICI)
Mr. Darrel J Danyluk
+1 403 6890379
European Business Council for Sustainable Energy (e5)
Mr. Kolja Kuse
+49 177 9330369
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Ms. Karen McCabe
+1 908 2394041
Energy and Climate Change: Global Stocktake - the Engineering Community Perspective
The global engineering community will discuss technological advances and system level assessments regarding energy and transport, in relation to climate change, energy security and sustainable transformation for the future. Including practical solutions to low carbon energy generation and storage.

Speakers: Dr. Sylvia Sleep & Dr. Merkebe Demissie, Schulich School U of Calgary; Saifur Rahman, IEEE President-Elect; Davide Stronati, Chair, WFEO Environment(CEE); David Lapp, WFEO CEE & Engineers Canada; and Jean Eudes Moncomble, Chair, WFEO Energy; Katalin Kuse, University of Hildesheim
06 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Lin-Ly Chan
+0 49 2288151084
Paris Agreement, Article 6, paragraph 2 international registry
A walk-through of the model for the international registry, outlining the functional approach and technical architecture, key challenges, best practice recommendations and areas that would benefit from further clarifications.

Speakers: Perumal Arumugam Michael Vartanyan Sana Lingorsky Thomas Trimborn
Slide deck on the international registry [299 kb]
Slide deck on the functional requirements for the international registry [225 kb]
Slide deck on the functional requirements for the CARP and the Article 6 database [443 kb]
06 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Green Climate Fund (GCF)
Mr. Hansol Park
+82 10 27207289
Enhancing access and accelerating financing for climate action in the context of the Global Stocktake & GCF second replenishment
An open/interactive dialogue to discuss a vision of the GCF to build on the GST process and contribute to the implementation of the outcome, scaling up climate finance and support

Speakers: Ms. Hong-Thuy Paterson, CFO/COO, GCF Mr. Simon Stiell, UNFCCC Representatives from Developing Country Parties; Developed Country Parties; Indigenous Peoples Parties; National level project development partners of GCF
06 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Motsomi Maletjane
Work of the LEG in supporting the LDCs on adaptation
The event will focus on the technical guidance and support to the least developed countries (LDCs) in formulating and implementing their NAPs by the LEG, and in collaboration with the GCF, GEF, AF and relevant organizations

Speakers: LEG, GCF, GEF, NAP technical working group and subgroups, LDC Parties
Flyer [2 Mb]
LDC Group Chair opening statement [404 kb]
Presentation by the LEG [487 kb]
GCF presentation [552 kb]
GEF presentation [1 Mb]
Adaptation Fund presentation [1 Mb]
Kiribati presentation [1 Mb]
LAO PDR presentation [1 Mb]
06 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT)
Ms. Carolina Jaramillo
+57 2 4450000
International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF)
Mr. Peter MINANG
+254 727 492459
Towards net zero food systems: low emission development strategies for food security and growth
This side event aims to contribute to the GST discussions, by exploring how factors such as governance, economics and sociocultural norms affect food systems transformation and how low emission development strategies can help achieve food security and economic growth.

Speakers: Eliza Villarino (moderator) Panelists: Lorraine Ronchi (or associate) - World Bank (F) Grace Wong – Stockholm Resilience Center (F) Eduardo Brondizio – Indiana University (M) Wei Zhang – IFPRI (F) Opening or closing remarks: Aditi Mukherji, CGIAR (F) or Juan Lucas Restrepo (M)
06 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Boris Ihle
+49 178 1967543
The Latest Developments of the IPCC Inventory Software for the National Greenhouse Gas Inventories
Under the banner of #Together4Transparency, this side event is jointly organized by UNFCCC and the IPCC Task Force on National GHG Inventories(TFI). IPCC TSU and the secretariat will present the latest version of the IPCC inventory software, including the development of the interoperability function

Speakers: Co-Chairs of the TFI, TSU and the secretariat.
Final Agenda [213 kb]
06 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
African Belt and Road Development Initiative (ABRDI)
Mr. Akinwale Olanike
+234 904 3434393
African Smart Cities Innovation Foundation (ASCIF)
Mr. David Olatunji
+234 907 5523333
Roads play a vital role in strengthening the socio-economic development of regions in subSaharan Africa by providing local communities with critical connections between essential market points, service towns and infrastructure. The African continents is a vulnerability hotspot for climate change

06 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Ms. Jinsun Lim
+33 6 40415667
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Woojoo Kim
+49 228 8151602
Energy sector pathways to 1.5 degrees goal
This event will bring together countries and stakeholders to discuss perspectives on the energy sector's role in achieving the Paris Agreement goal and enhancing the ambition of Nationally Determined Contribution. Milestones towards 1.5 degrees goal informed by science and models will be presented.

Speakers: This event will invite delegates from Parties and non-Party Stakeholders including COP Presidencies, UNFCCC and IEA. Potential speakers could be from governments, research institutes and other international organisations.
06 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Vladimir Hecl
+49 151 55964919
Technology Needs Assessment event with financial actors
To raise awareness of TNA results, to facilitate discussions amongst the TNA stakeholders and financial actors.

Speakers: TNA community, financial actors, private sector actors, political decision makers, research, academia, NGOs.
06 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII)
Mr. Michael Zissener
+49 228 8150249
Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (ICSC) (ICSC)
Mr. Angelo Kairos Dela Cruz
+63 917 8015820
Taking stock of the protection gap in climate vulnerable countries
Closing protection gaps in climate vulnerable countries is a global priority. The event will cover gaps, views, and analyses that can guide discussions on initiatives like the Global Stocktake, funding arrangements for loss and damage, and/or the Global Shield against Climate Risks

Speakers: Kairos de la Cruz, ICSC Sara Ahmed, V20 Secretariat Soenke Kreft, MCII Country representative(s): tbc
06 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)
Ms. Susan Lakop
+49 228 8152817
Biovision - Foundation for Ecological Development (BV)
Mr. John Garcia Ulloa
+41 78 9165777
Rio synergies: How agroecology and restoration contribute to climate, biodiversity and land targets
Food system transformation and land restoration are key to harmonizing action between the Rio conventions to achieve climate, biodiversity and land targets. This session will inspire and discuss how agroecology, restoration and integrated planning can connect and deliver on these agendas.

Speakers: Government of Mexico (female); Government of Rwanda (male); Government of France (f/m) UNCBD Co-Chair (m); UNCCD (f/m); Watershed Organisation Trust (f); University of Bonn (m); Agroecology coalition (f/m); Biovision (f/m) ELD Initiative (f).
Concept Note [200 kb]
Flyer [913 kb]
06 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Ms. Lea Duenow
+49 171 7610739
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
Mr. Soham Banerjee
+91 110003 8420712417
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
Ms. Katie Gallogly-Swan
+44 7930 862497
Options for Scaling Climate Finance – Exploring Article 2.1c, the NCQG and JETPs
The COP27 outcome acknowledged the need to dramatically scale climate finance. Considering insights from the GST process, discussions around Art. 2.1c and the NCQG, and emerging financing partnerships, this event will explore the most promising actions Parties can pursue to meet collective goals.

Speakers: • Sofia Vargas, Climate Finance Advisor & Negotiator, Colombian MoFA • Richard Kozul-Wright, Director, UNCTAD • R R Rashmi, Former Add. Secy., Govt. of India, Dist. Fellow, TERI • Christopher Flensborg, Head of Sustainable & Climate Finance, SEB • Tasneem Essop, Exec. Director, CAN International
06 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
ProVeg Deutschland e.V.
Mr. Raphael Podselver
+49 1765 6879772
Compassion in World Farming International (CIWF)
Ms. Eirini Pitsilidi
+44 7393 925783
Jeremy Coller Foundation (FAIRR)
Ms. Dana Wilson
+44 7766 459883
The Good Food Institute, Inc.
Ms. Mariana Bernal
+55 21 999661796
Unlocking the Potential of Alternative Proteins for Food Systems Transformation
Food systems account for ⅓ of total GHG emissions. Achieving the Paris Agreement’s 1.5-degree target is impossible without fundamental changes in the way we produce and consume our food. In the context of the GST, it is imperative that the UNFCCC elevates alternative proteins as a key solution.

Speakers: ProVeg International, FAO, FAIRR Initiative, GFI Brazil, BCG, Netherlands Ministry of Agriculture, Climate Advisers, Chatham House, Tissen BioFarm
Flyer [591 kb]
Concept Note [451 kb]
06 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
Mr. Bert De Wel
+32 473 820097
Fédération des travailleurs et des travailleuses du Québec (FTQ)
Mr. Patrick Rondeau
+1 514 7972513
United Nations Global Compact (UNGC)
Ms. Anna Kruip
+1 646 3394008
A Workers and Trade Union view on the GST and the Just Transition Work Programme
Implementing just transition policies that workers and communities that are affected can trust will be crucial to ramping up the measures needed to save our climate. The GST has to recognise this urgency and the just transition work programme has to contribute to the implementation by all actors.

Speakers: Ms. Hana AlHashimi, UAE Chief Negotiator (tbc); Mr. Ambassador Pedro Luis Pedroso Cuesta, chair G77 (tbc); Ms. Annela Anger-Kraavi, JT negotiator EU; Ms. Boitumelo Molete, COSATU South Africa; Mr. Daniel Gaio, CUT Brazil; Ms. Cristina Moral, Iberdrola Spain. Moderator: Mr. Patrick Rondeau,FTQ Canada
06 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
CARE International (CI)
Mr. Sven Harmeling
+49 177 6136431
Climate Action Network - Europe (CAN - Europe)
Ms. Rachel Simon
+32 0 489716340
German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval)
Mr. Martin Noltze
+49 228 33690793
Strengthening climate finance for transformational adaptation and loss and damage action
The event will present evidence and policy recommendations on climate finance projections (Art. 9.5 reports), access and effectiveness for adaptation and L&D and innovative options for scaling up bi- and multilateral cooperation to the needs of vulnerable countries.

Speakers: Experts from CARE, CAN Europe, German Institute for Development Evaluation, GCF, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Africa Research and Impact Network, German Institute of Development and Sustainability Representatives from governments incl. from global South
Side event outline [1 Mb]
07 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
Ms. Erin Bishop
+41 78 782672988
International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA)
Mr. Vinay Nangia
+212 668 853777
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
Mr. Amir Khouzam
+41 78 7719988
Reaching the most vulnerable: Climate action in fragile and conflict affected contexts
With Relief, Recovery and Peace an emerging theme for COP28, this event considers how climate action can reach vulnerable communities facing multiple sources of risk - advancing partnerships and approaches to build adaptative capacity and address loss and damage in fragile/conflict-affected contexts

Speakers: Carina Bachofen, Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre, Rose Kobusinge, YOUNGO and TFD, Grazia Pacillo, CGIAR FOCUS Climate Security Team, Jeniffer Koinante, Yiaku Laikipiak Trust, Thomas Mango, Bunyala Development Forum, Barbara Rosen Jacobson, Mercy Corps, Michelle Yonetani, UNHCR
07 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
International Association of Students in Agricultural and Related Sciences (IAAS)
Ms. Aya Mounir
+32 472 134840
Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens
Ms. Angela Reithuber
+43 664 5302022
Investing in Youth and Women for Food Systems Transformation Inclusion and Targeted Finance
A multistakeholder dialogue addressing the barriers women and youth in agriculture are facing when adapting to climate change. Exchanging on just solutions, including targeted finance and tailored policies to accelerate action and ensure inclusion to achieving the SDGs.

Speakers: Moderator: Katrin Harvey, Ban ki-moon Center. Glindys Virginia Luciano, YPARD; Aya Mounir, IAAS&YOUNGO; Mr. Vikrant Savrasta, Co-Founder of Nisarg Foundation; Loureen Akinyi Awuor, Kenya National Farmers’ Federation; Annira Busch, Senior Policy Officer, BMZ; Lucy Wallace, Chief of Staff, EIT Food
07 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Assembly of First Nations (AFN)
Mr. Graeme Reed
+1 613 9158382
International Indian Treaty Council (IITC)
Mr. Andrea Carmen
+11 520 2736003
Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC)
Ms. Anne Simpson
+1 613 3551507
A roundtable dialogue: Indigenous Peoples’ Perspectives and Experiences on Loss and Damage
Indigenous Peoples are severely impacted by climate change yet have had few opportunities to dialogue with bodies addressing Loss and Damage, such as the WIM. This roundtable intends to exchange views, experiences, and information to build mutual understanding and enable effective engagement.

Speakers: Representatives of the Indigenous Peoples’ Constituency from 7 socio-cultural regions, relevant experts, and WIM members will participate in a dialogue to share information and develop recommendations for the inclusion of Indigenous Peoples’ expertise in relevant Loss and Damage processes
07 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
World Food Programme (WFP)
Ms. Kristen Arnold
+39 342 3953762
Médecins Sans Frontières International (MSF)
Ms. Elisa de Siqueira
+49 1573 3960689
Loss & Damage from Climate Change: Action to avert, minimize and address loss and damage from a humanitarian perspective
This event will highlight the roles and limits of humanitarian action to avert, minimize and address loss and damage, as well as discuss key principles that should be applied for solutions and funding to respond to loss and damage to ensure that communities are supported to protect themselves against climate risks.

Speakers: Representatives from WFP, MSF, IFRC and Mercy Corps, supported by members of the Interagency-Standing Committee (IASC) Climate Sub-Group.
Event flyer [261 kb]
07 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Oil Change International (OCI)
Mr. Romain Ioualalen
+33 6 59104231
Climate Action Network Canada (CAN-Rac)
Ms. Pratishtha Singh
+1 437 9836742
Greenpeace International (GREENPEACE)
Ms. Naomi Goodman
+31 6 24941044
Human Rights Foundation of Aotearoa New Zealand (HRF)
Mr. David Tong
+64 21 2506375
Human Rights Watch, Inc. (HRW)
Ms. Katharina Rall
+33 766 318048
Towards a global equitable phase-out of fossil fuel production
At COP27, over 80 countries supported a push for the COP conclusions to acknowledge the need to phase out all fossil fuels. This event will bring together government representatives, scientists, and civil society thought leaders to discuss the way forward for this debate in the UNFCCC process.

Speakers: PSIDS Colombia IISD OCI Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance Center for Intl Environmental Law CAN Greenpeace HRW
07 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA)
Mr. Stefan Thorsell
+45 53 732842
Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact Foundation (AIPP)
Mr. Lakpa Nuri Sherpa
+66 50210 6653343539
Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN)
Mr. Tunga Bhadra Rai
+97 1 9851069718
Taking stock of Indigenous Peoples' rights in global and national climate governance
This event calls for the Global Stocktake to review the extent to which Indigenous Peoples’ rights are recognised and safeguarded in global climate action - whether related to mitigation, adaptation, or loss and damage. Indigenous Peoples’ recommendations from relevant submissions will be presented.

Speakers: Daria Egereva, Member of the FWG of the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform; Lakpa Nuri, Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact; Graeme Reed, Assembly of First Nations; Gideon Sanago, PINGO’s Forum; Maria Samuelsen, Chief Negotiator, Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities, Denmark
Flyer - English [3 Mb]
Flyer - Spanish [3 Mb]
Flyer - Portuguese [3 Mb]
07 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Yali Wang
+49 228 8151171
Promoting data collection for Paris Agreement, a CGE dialogue for Parties and non-party stakeholders
Organized under the banner of #Together4Transparency, the Consultative Group of Experts (CGE) will bring together governments and non-Party stakeholders who provide data to promote cooperation & synergies in collecting data and information for transparency reporting under the Paris Agreement.

Speakers: Opening and closing remarks: SBI Vice Chair, CGE Chair and director of the Transparency Division. Moderator & presenter: CGE members. Panelists from the South African national government, CDP Latin America and World Business Council for Sustainable Development.
CGE side event flyer and agenda [373 kb]
Detailed agenda [234 kb]
07 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Carlos Ruiz-Garvia
+49 228 8151176
How digital technologies can support carbon markets: The Digital 4 Climate initiative
This event focuses on digital technologies' potential to support mitigation activities including policy making. This panel discusses Digital4Climate Initiative's work that aims to assist Parties to improve efficiency and transparency in both upstream and downstream of carbon markets.

Speakers: Ministry of Economic Affairs of Bhutan, Afrique Énergie Environnement(AEE)-Senegal, UNFCCC, EBRD, UNDP, World Bank, IETA, ESA representative to the World Bank.
D4C Event Slides [1 Mb]
Concept Note [170 kb]
07 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
ZOI Environment Network (ZOI)
Ms. Ellie Kinney
+44 44 7588486437
NGO Centre of Environmental Initiatives "Ecoaction" (NGO "Ecoaction")
Ms. Yevheniia Zasiadko
+38 95 5702750
NGO Ukrainian Ecological Club "Green Wave" (Green Wave)
Mr. Mykola Shlapak
+38 66 9529735
Closing the Global Stocktake’s military and conflict emissions gap
Estimates suggest that military greenhouse gas emissions are responsible for 5.5% of global emissions, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has only increased this. Military and conflict emissions are overlooked by the UNFCCC and IPCC, and the Global Stocktake is an opportunity to begin to remedy this

Speakers: Lennard de Klerk (Initiative on GHG Accounting of war)- Monitoring conflict emissions; Linsey Cottrell (CEOBS)- Military emissions reporting; Axel Michaelowa (Perspectives Climate Group)- Military emissions, UNFCCC and the GST; Deborah Burton (TPNS)- Civil society perspective; Ellie Kinney (CEOBS)
07 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Climate Chance Association
Mr. Romain Crouzet
+33 6 662737239
CDP Worldwide (CDP)
Ms. Clare Everett
+44 7871 135724
Réseau Action Climat - France (RAC-F)
Ms. Marine Pouget
+33 6 632102570
University of Cambridge
Ms. Isabelle Cross
+44 44 7720165261
A Global Stocktake for Non-State Actors: how to drive accountability and action?
This event will demonstrate the relevance of the GST to non-state actors, especially businesses, exploring how the outcomes can enable them to drive accountability, comparability, and identify concrete actions. Transparency and accountability will be raised and measures proposed to improve them.

Speakers: Beverley Cornaby, UK Corporate Leaders Group, CISL Sabrin Rahman,Partnerships, COP28 UAE Antoine Gillod, Director of the Observatory, Climate Chance Marine Pouget,CAN FR Joachim Roth, World Benchmarking Alliance Helen Finlay, Global
07 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Angela Wagner
UN4NAPs: Scaling up technical assistance for NAPs (I)
It will build on conversations around needs for technical assistance around NAP formulation and implementation, especially by LDCs and SIDS, liaise with UN4NAPs partner organizations and identify ways to unlock bottlenecks and scale up technical assistance to advance the work at national level

Speakers: Country representatives, UN4NAPs partner organizations
07 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)
Ms. Katrin Geyer
+44 7708 305250
Environmental Law Institute (ELI)
Mr. Carl Bruch
+1 202 2038005
Transnational Institute (TNI)
Mr. Nicholas Buxton
+31 20 6626608
Demilitarisation for decarbonisation & climate finance for the GST– & why it’s a feminist issue
Why is militarisation one of the key obstacles to mitigating the climate crisis? Panellists will make the case for disarmament and demilitarisation in the GST. They will expose links between militarisation and the climate crisis from an intersectional feminist perspective.

Speakers: Michelle Benzing, WILPF Environment Working Group Sheena Anderson, Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy Nick Buxton, Transnational Institute Ellie Kinney, Conflict and Environment Observatory Edwick Madzimure, WILPF Zimbabwe Dr. Marisa O. Ensor, EnPax Maria Reyes, FFF MAPA
Flyer-demilitarisation [951 kb]
07 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Films 4 Sustainable World (F4SW)
Mr. Shrey Goyal
+91 964300 6029
Association négaWatt
Mr. Yves Marignac
+33 6 7710241
Mr. Philipp Alexander Steininger
+43 676 7033912
France nature environnement (FNE)
Mr. Arnaud Schwartz
+1 1 3323862444
Peace Rising
Ms. Amber Houghstow
+1 81794 60792
Non-Party Stakeholder Partnerships and the GST: Global Cooperation through AI and other approaches
Non-state actors working on climate action and ecological transition often lack coordination and face capacity issues. We will explore how approaches such as the use of AI tools can enhance cross-cutting partnerships globally and enable participation in the GST for achieving Paris Agreement Goals

Speakers: Cédric Villani (Cofounder, Green Spider | Fields Medalist, IHES & UCBL | Fmr. French MP & OPECST President), Robin Klemens (Founder, KUMO), Oshienemen Albert (CEPB | African Centre for Dev. & Research), Mauricio Montana (Fundación Tchendukua). Moderator: Shrey Goyal (Cofounder, Green Spider)
07 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Mr. Manuel Marques Pereira
+41 0 792124793
ACT Alliance - Action by Churches Together (ACT Alliance)
Ms. Fiona Connelly
+1 647 2101238
Bread for the World (BfdW)
Ms. Sabine Minninger
+49 30 652111817
DanChurchAid (DCA and FKN)
Mr. Mattias Söderberg
+45 29 700609
Towards People-Centred Adaptation – Enabling Choice, Resilience, and Mobility
The event will provide a platform for diverse stakeholders to discuss how data and policy enable choice, resilience, and mobility and calls upon Parties to close the protection gap for people on the move due to the impacts of climate change and variability. This side event will be co-organized by the IOM, Act Alliance, BfW, and the DCA. be 75

Speakers: speakers from the Executive Committee of the Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage, Adaptation Committee, the Government of Moldova, IOM, Bread for the World, and Act Alliance.
Addressing the Protection Gap: Human Mobility and the Climate Crisis [2 Mb]
08 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Caritas Internationalis (CI)
Ms. Musamba Mubanga
+39 338 5706639
The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD)
Ms. Alejandra Padin-Dujon
+44 0 2077337900
Perspectives of Faith and Local actors on the New Joint Work on Agriculture and Food Systems
Building resilience and enhancing means of implementation for the joint work on agriculture is critical in national climate action plans. Caritas organizations from Africa and Asia and partners will highlight experiences from local communities and provide options for a holistic approach

Speakers: • Representative of the African Group of Negotiators (AGN) • Representative of the European Union (EU) • Representative of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) • Representative of the Catholic Development and Food Group
08 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
European Space Agency (ESA)
Mr. Frank Martin Seifert
+390 6 94180560
Friedrich Schiller University Jena (FSU Jena)
Mr. Martin Herold
+49 174 3286479
How Earth Observation data support the Global Stocktake!
This SE will focus on key scientific findings arising from recent ESA projects addressing questions related to mitigation and cross-cutting topics posed in preparation for the first GST. Use cases of systematic EO for GHG emissions and removals will be presented by scientists and user organisations.

Speakers: ESA, GFZ, Max Planck Institute, LSCE
Agenda [357 kb]
08 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Université de Liège (ULg)
Mr. Francois Gemenne
+33 6 50516999
Adelphi Research (AR)
Mr. Dennis Taenzler
+49 30 890006820
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
Ms. Julia Blocher
+49 174 1634409
University of Vienna
Mr. Harald Sterly
+43 1 427748731
Beyond models : how social impacts of climate change are shaped by perceptions
It is often assumed that migration induced by climate change will be determined by the nature and extents of climate impacts. Yet research shows that migration decisions are shaped by the perceptions of climate change by local populations. This side-event will show the implications for adaptation.

Speakers: Francois Gemenne, University of Liege Patrick Sakdapolrak, University of Vienna Alice Baillat, IDMC Tatiana Castillo, University of Liege
08 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Mr. Mark Barrell
+44 1223 484700
European Disability Forum (EDF)
Mr. Gordon Rattray
+32 473 848133
Increasing crisis, decreasing budgets: the economic benefit of disability inclusive climate action
How can governments ensure that climate action is both rights-based and protects critical budgets for disability inclusion, which can be vulnerable to re-allocation during times of crisis, and so fulfil their obligations to persons with disabilities under the UN CRPD

Speakers: Organisations of Persons with Disabilities from Global South with lived experience of climate impact. CBM UK (Global Disability Inclusion) & European Disability Forum on disability inclusive climate approaches. Partners, experts and UN representatives on Human Rights perspectives.
08 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Carlos Ruiz-Garvia
+49 228 8151176
Capacity building work programme to support implementation of Articles 6.2 and 6.4
This event will provide an space to share and to discuss experiences and activities related to the implementation of the Capacity Building Programme to assist Parties wishing to pursue voluntary cooperation including participation in the mechanism.

Speakers: Policymakers, technical staff, government officials - Designated National Authorities (DNAs) and public and private sector representatives.
08 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD)
Ms. Pam Pearson
+46 70 5752257
Climate Policy Center (CPC)
Ms. Pamela Pearson
+1 802 4880991
International Cryosphere Climate Initiative (ICCI)
Ms. Pam Pearson
+46 70 5752257
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR)
Ms. Pam Pearson
+46 70 5752257
Loss of Mountain Water Resources and Sea-level Rise: Why 2°C is Too High for 3.5 Billion
Global impacts from emissions overshoot on polar ice sheets are mostly irreversible, with loss of many coastal regions from massive sea-level rise. Such “hard limits,” with extensive loss and damage are however already occurring today in mountain regions, on which billions rely for their water.

Speakers: IPCC Sixth Assessment Cycle authors, especially on mountains, glaciers and snow sheets and future emissions pathways; Youth and Indigenous speakers; representatives from Nepal, Chile, Bhutan, AOSIS, Bangladesh, India and Peru
Final Program [610 kb]
08 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Agung Adhiasto
Just Transition in Energy Sector: Leaving no one behind
A panel discussion on lessons learned and challenges from case studies and practices on just transition in energy sector from the KCI publication. The event will be livestream:

Speakers: Peter Govindasamy (KCI Co-chair), Catherine Goldberg (the United States of America; KCI Co-chair), Prof. Wang Mou (China; KCI), David Waskow (World Resources Institute), Mark Hagen (Just Transition Centre), Agnes Vinblad (United States Council for International Business), Sangji Lee(UNDP, moderator)
08 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
Ms. Sophie LORAN
+33 6 1377917
Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA)
Ms. Sophie Geoghegan
+44 7 535329923
Cool Leadership in a Hot World: Enabling a Global Transition to Sustainable Cooling
As the demand for cooling increases, so will the associated greenhouse gas emissions. The side event will highlight perspectives on a Global Cooling Pledge developed under the aegis of the UAE COP28 Presidency.It aims to rally momentum for global action and increased ambition on sustainable cooling.

Speakers: Razan Al Mubarak as UN Climate Change High-Level Champion for the COP28 Presidency Sebastian Carranza Tovar, Climate change and Risk Management Director Representative from the US Representative from Ghana Andrea Voight,Head Public Affairs, Danfoss Climate Solutions
08 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
African Women's Development and Communication Network - FEMNET (FEMNET)
Ms. Anne Songole
+254 720 947202
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
Ms. Claudia Ringler
+1 514 4628538
Linking local to global: Intersectionality as a driver for an inclusive loss and damage fund
Loss & damage response strategies are blind to the realities of urban poor, indigenous people, LGBTQIA+, young women who suffer the brunt of multiple intersecting crises. Using examples, we will foreground the need for an intersectional loss & damage Fund.

Speakers: Anne Songole - FEMNET Faith Lumonya - Akina Mama wa Afrika Beth Chitekwe Biti - Slum Dweller International Toyin Chukwudozie - Education as a Vaccine Mela Chiponda - FEMNET Hassiba Belghith - Tunisia Youth Impact
08 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Marlan Pillay
+49 228 8151265
Support opportunities available to developing country Parties for implementing MRV/ETF arrangements
Communicating reliable, transparent and comprehensive information on climate actions and support is important in the climate change process. Some key actors will provide an overview of how they support developing countries enhance their climate change reporting.

Speakers: Organized under the banner of #Together4Transparency: Speakers: the GEF; UNEP-Copenhagen Climate Centre; UNFCCC-GIR CASTT; GIZ TraCS; GIZ PEEB; CEEW.
Agenda [429 kb]
Invite [265 kb]
08 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
Ms. Kei Kurushima
+81 50 54736539
Iniciativa Climática de Mexico (ICM)
Ms. Mariana Castillo
+52 55 48227737
Regional GST: Impacts, Challenges and Opportunities
The independent Global Stocktake (iGST) aims to support GST through regional collaboration among non-state actors. Representatives from Latin America, West Africa and Southeast Asia will share the integral role of non-state actors in accelerating collective ambition for future NDC updating.

Speakers: Kei Kurushima (IGES), Danica Marie Supnet (ICSC), Enrique Maurtua (iGST LAC Hub), Casey Cronin (Climate Works Foundation)
agenda [986 kb]
poster [239 kb]
08 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Ms. Floridea Di Ciommo
+34 911 413350
EarthRights International (ERI)
Mr. Natalia Gomez
+1 301 3004713
International Disability Alliance (IDA)
Ms. Elham Youssefian
+1 347 3208729
Value-based and Human rights approaches to address Climate adaptation issue for a just GST delivery
A human-rights approach to climate change impacts would address what these impacts mean to people. Shifting the focus from technical solutions to values-based resolutions support an equity-based needs assessment as an essential building block that the GST can effectively deliver.

Speakers: Floridea Di Ciommo, cambiaMO; Audrey Schreiber, ERI; Hailey Campbell,Care About Climate; Alejandra Lozano, GI-ESCR; Tawonga Chihana, Natural Justice; Elham Youssefian, IDA; Yago Bermejo Abati, Deliberativa-KNOCA; Lien Vandamme, CIEL
Run of show for the side event on "Value-based and Human rights approaches to address Climate adaptation issue for a just GST delivery" [38 kb]
Run of show for the side event on "Value-based and Human rights approaches to address Climate adaptation issue for a just GST delivery" [72 kb]
08 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
Ms. Levania Santoso
+62 251 8622622
European Forest Institute (EFI)
Mr. Sven Wunder
+34 6 64028021
Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)
Mr. Arild Angelsen
+47 0 97038822
High-integrity forest carbon markets: from global stock-taking to advancing science
Trustworthy forest carbon accounting can support all stakeholders working in the Article 6 and Global Stocktake arenas. This interactive session sheds light on data, accessibility, transparency and accountability for efficient, effective and just transactions and fair assessments.

Speakers: Moderator: Christopher Martius (CIFOR-ICRAF) Speakers: Sven Wunder (EFI), Kevin Brown (WCS), Erin Sills (NCSU) Panelists: Asami Segundo (ILC), Basanta Gautam (Verra)
Event flyer [159 kb]
08 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Sustainable Environmental Development Watch (SusWatch)
Mr. Nobert Nyandire
+254 721 878329
Integrated Sustainable Energy and Ecological Development Association (INSEDA)
Mr. Sanjiv Nathan
+91 120 4973642
Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable Energy (NFVE)
Mr. Daniele Pagani
+39 345 4499450
100% Renewables, Local Climate Solutions in East Africa, South Asia
100% Renewable energy plans in Kenya Uganda. Eco-Village Development in SouthAsia. Online Catalogues of local sustainable solutions to support to meet climate targets in E.Africa, S.Asia, Ukraine. Contributing to mitigation, adaptation, faster GHG reductions, reduce poverty, focus on gender

Speakers: Nobert Nyandire, Suswatch Kenya; Richard Kimbowa, UCSD Uganda; Mary Swai TaTEDO Tanzania INFORSE-EA; Sanjiv Nathan, INSEDA India INFORSE-SA, Anzoo Sharma, CRT Nepal; Dumindu Herath IDEA Sri Lanka, Arif Abdul, Grameen Shakti, Bangladesh; Gunnar B. Olesen NFRE SE Denmark, Judit Szoleczky INFORSE
Side Event June 8 100 RE and local solutions in South Asia and East Africa [197 kb]
Program Side Event June 8 100 RE local climate solutions in EAfrica, S. Asia [264 kb]
09 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC)
Mr. Jun Watanabe
+81 1100016 8033448582
World Bank Group
Mr. Stephen Hammer
+1 202 2945172
Update on progress and the way forward for the Paris Agreement Article 6 Implementation Partnership
Since the establishment of the Article 6 Implementation Partnership at COP27, the Partnership has been organizing a number of events and compiling Article 6 related information on the platform. To this end, this event will share the progress of the work and discuss the potential programs.

Speakers: Ministry of the Environment, Japan; World Bank; Singapore; Verra; Chile; Sweden; UNDP; OECC
09 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
Mr. Abdalah Mokssit
+41 22 7308247
Scenarios play a critical role in climate research and assessments. Building on the IPCC workshop, their use, further developments and innovation will be discussed, as well as links with scientific, user and stakeholder communities to support and inform their use in future assessments.

Speakers: Jan Fuglestvedt (Vice-Chair IPCC Working Group I), Jim Skea (Co-Chair IPCC Working Group III) and Debra Roberts (Co-Chair IPCC Working Group II).
Information Note [18 kb]
09 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA)
Mr. Eugene Nforngwa
+237 675 114396
African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS)
+254 723 781451
Instituto de Ecología y Antropología de Acción (INFOE)
Ms. Elke Falley-Rothkopf
+49 178 1746966
National Council for Climate Change, Sustainable Development and Public Leadership (NCCSD)
Mr. Kirit Shelat
+91 380014 9904404393
Fostering Renewable Energy Access for Adaptation and Resilience Building in Africa
The objective of this side event is to showcase the strategic role of renewable energy in enhancing climate change adaptation and resilience in Africa, as well as the opportunities and challenges for scaling up renewable-based adaptation solutions across different communities and contexts.

Speakers: Augustine B Njmanshi, ACSEA Eugene N Nforngwa, PACJA Other speakers TBD
09 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Mr. Hayrapet Hakobyan
+374 77 433093
Khazer Ecological and Cultural NGO
Ms. Greta Makunc
+374 91 873888
With LT-LEDS insights toward concluding the first GST
The event will serve as a platform to present the EU Eastern Partnership countries’ progress on designing LT-LEDS in the umbrella of first GST. It will also bring insights from non-state actors which can contribute to climate governance and business models in support to national governments' efforts

Speakers: • European Commission • UNDP • Armenia / Ministry of Environment • Member country of the EU Eastern Partnership • NDC Partnership Support Unit and Partner • NGO
09 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
World Farmers' Organisation (WFO)
Ms. Valeria Di Marzo
+39 349 5395586
CropLife International
Mr. Romano De Vivo
+41 79 7886439
Regenerative Agriculture: A Sustainable Solution to Climate Change
Highlight the benefits of regenerative agriculture (RA) for climate action, food security, and the promotion of sustainable development. Identify metrics to recognize and reward RA efforts and monitor progress toward climate change mitigation and adaptation. Engage stakeholders in an open dialogue.

Speakers: Co-organisers World Farmers'Organisation, CropLife International, EY. Participants UAE, Berkeley, WFO, EMBRAPA, CLI, Via Campesina, CBD, Cool Farm Alliance, GEF, UNCCD, EY, UNFCCC, CGIAR, TNC.
09 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Arab Network for Environment and Development (RAED)
+2 1 1437405
An Organization for Socio-Economic Development (AOSED)
Mr. Shamim Arfeen
+88 1711 840913
League of Arab States (LAS)
+2 1 222130678
Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)
Ms. Nina Birkeland
+41 79 7979439
Loss & Damage and Adaptation funding: Reaching people on the move
Climate-related human mobility is increasing in the Arab region and other parts of the world. What are regional challenges and efforts to enhance community resilience and adaptive capacities? Discussion on ensuring climate finance reaches people on the move will contribute to the Global Stocktake.

Speakers: Amb. Shahira Wahby, LAS Delegate from Bangladesh or Kenya (TBC) Dr. Emad Adly, RAED General Coordinator Ms. Samah Hadid, NRC Mr. Atle Solberg, PDD Ms Rania Hadid, UNDRR (tbc) Mr Shamim Arfeen, AOSED Dr Mustafa Saroar, Khulna Engineering University Ms Rose KOBUSINGE, YOUNGO
Flyer for event [1 Mb]
09 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Noah Kim
+49 228 8151965
Side event of the Standing Committee on Finance
The Standing Committee on Finance will provide Parties and observers an update of its ongoing work to deliver the mandates provided by the COP and the CMA.

Speakers: Co-chairs of the SCF and co-facilitators of the different workstreams of the SCF
09 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Federico Brocchieri
+49 228 8151396
Transparency training: building capacities of non-Party stakeholders in preparation for the ETF
Organized under the banner of #Together4Transparency, this event will focus on the importance of transparency, the experiences and key achievements, the role of the ETF and its linkages with other processes under the Paris Agreement (e.g. NDCs, GST), and how non-Party stakeholders can get involved.

Speakers: Veronica Colerio – UNFCCC (Team Lead, ETF Coordination unit); Karin Simonson – UNFCCC (Programme Officer, ETF Coordination unit); Federico Brocchieri – UNFCCC (Associate Programme Officer, ETF Coordination unit). Mariana Castaño Cano – Moderator (Founder, 10 Billion Solutions).
09 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Global Forest Coalition (GFC)
Ms. Coraina de la Plaza
+34 0 630896010
Federation of Organizations for Social and Educational Assistance (FASE) (FASE)
Ms. Maureen Santos
+55 21 988695323
Institute for Socioeconomics Studies (INESC)
Ms. Tatiana Oliveira
+55 21 980822370
Krasnoyarsk Regional Public Ecological Movement "Friends of the Siberian Forests" (FSF)
Mr. Andrey Laletin
+7 950 4351945
Climate-Just Pathways to Real Solutions & Real Zero: Taking stock of where we are at
NDCs reveal that we are nowhere near the 45% emissions reduction required by 2030. Climate activists will take stock of the current emissions scenario and mitigation measures and discuss gender-just, rights-based community-led real solutions to address drivers of deforestation and biodiversity loss

Speakers: Climate activists and representatives FASE, GFC, Inesc and FSF
09 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Ms. Ranjila Singh
+679 0 8356135
Greenhouse Gas Management Institute (GHGMI)
Ms. Molly White
+1 406 3965490
United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
Ms. Celia Keller Martinez
+34 618 717849
Transparency for effective climate policies in agriculture
Focusing on lessons learned from several countries and new methodological support available, the event will explore how transparency for mitigation and adaptation in the agriculture sector can support countries to meet their climate targets, while ensuring sustainable development and food security.

Speakers: Speakers will include government officials and national experts from Fiji, Kenya, Vietnam (tbc) and the Dominican Republic (tbc). To complement these country perspectives, counterparts from FAO, ICAT and GHGMI
Agenda [130 kb]
09 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Woojoo Kim
+49 228 8151602
Enabling Environments to Implement and Enhance NDCs
This event aims to increase awareness on institutional arrangements and enabling environments required to develop and implement NDCs and LT-LEDS, while showcasing best practice examples of NDC implementation through the RCCs and their networks.

Speakers: High-level speaker from Presidency for opening remarks; International organization representative or UNFCCC to speak on NDCs and LT-LEDS institutional arrangements and enabling environments (UNDP, WRI, CDKN); Country representatives including MOCCAE, UAE to present on models for enhancement of NDCs;
09 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Carlos Ruiz-Garvia
+49 228 8151176
Green Hydrogen to Drive Sustainable Energy for All
This panel explores decarbonization trajectories and tensions relating to green hydrogen technology development and deployment, discusses supply and demand signals and explores interfaces with local and regional priorities to inform strategies for inclusive economic growth.

Speakers: UAE Ministry of Energy & Infrastructure Ministry of Petroleum, Mines and Energy, Islamic Republic of Mauritania Ministry of Mines & Energy Namibia Deloitte Special Commissioner for German-Namibian Climate and Energy Cooperation Federal Foreign Office, Federal Republic of Germany UNFCCC
09 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
CGIAR System Organization
Mr. Nathan Birac
+33 7 85761087
International Potato Center (CIP)
Mr. James Stapleton
+39 328 5868725
Attribution and assessment of loss and damage in agri-food systems in the Global South
Investigating the nexus between extreme events and climate change is key for loss and damage quantification. The session will discuss how the latest advances in climate science and existing knowledge on farmers exposure and vulnerability in the Global South can inform the Loss and Damage fund agenda

Speakers: Frederike Otto, Imperial College, London Saleemul Haq, ICCCAD, Bangladesh/UK Harjeet Singh, CAN Animesh Kumar, UNDRR Giriraj Amarnath, IWMI/CGIAR Aditi Mukherji, CGIAR
09 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
Mr. Björn Fondén
+46 53133 4676358119
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
Ms. Sandra Hanni
+33 7 86355519
Mobilizing Private Investments: The Role of the Private Sector and Carbon Markets in the GST
Carbon pricing and market-based instruments, including Article 6, represent key vehicles that can facilitate private sector investments and drive climate action. This event aims to explore the role of the private sector and such instruments in mobilizing climate ambition ahead of the GST at COP28.

Speakers: Helen Bray,Vice President Policy,; Andrei Marcu,Executive Director,ERCST; Emily Gerrard,Director,Comhar Group; El Hadji Mbaye Diagne,Senegal; Jacqueline Ruesga,New Zealand; Malek Al-Chalabi,Senior Advisor Carbon,Shell; Vladislav Malashevskyy,YOUNGO; Eman al Suwaidi,UAE COP28 Presidency
10 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Tebtebba Foundation
Ms. Helen Magata
+63 74 4447703
Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA)
Ms. Salote Soqo
+1 857 9726805
Indigenous Peoples in Loss and Damage: Accounting Non-Economic and Cultural Losses in Climate Change
indigenous peoples' perspectives on loss and damage including accounting/ funding for non economic and cultural losses

Speakers: Grace Balawag- moderator Nicky Batang-ay Kimaren Ole Riamit Eileen Mairena Pasang Dolma Sherpa Mrinal Kanti Tripura Tarcila Zea Rivera
10 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Ms. Kiki Ritmeijer
+31 6 47347753
Peace Boat Disaster Relief Volunteer Center (PBV)
Mr. Emilie McGlone
+1 347 9771632
Plant for the Planet Foundation (Plant for the Planet)
Ms. Helge Bork
+49 40 82290427
Youth Climate Movement NL (JKB)
Ms. Aniek Moonen
+31 6 28348983
Youth4Adaptation: An intergenerational approach to creating a climate resilient world
Young people are crucial in enabling policies, including the Global Goal on Adaptation. This event promotes an intergenerational approach to creating a climate-resilient world and will bring together several sectors to discuss the importance of long-term thinking in global climate action.

Speakers: Ms. Adriana Valenzuela, Youth Leadership & Education Thematic Lead, Global Center on Adaptation (tbc.) UN Youth representatives, experts on long term thinking, experts on integrating longterm thinking into policy making, someone who can talk about forecasting in the finance sector.
10 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Foundation for Climate Protection and Carbon Offset KliK (KliK Foundation)
Ms. Andrea Reiter
+41 44 2246059
Ms. Andrea Reiter
+41 44 2246059
Successes and progress on Article 6 implementation. Experiences from pioneer countries
Several pioneer countries have already embarked on operationalizing Article 6 of the Paris Agreement. The event will discuss progress, challenges and lessons learned of countries cooperating with Switzer-land, and will draw on the prerequisites for successful Article 6 implementation.

Speakers: M. Diouf, DEEC; M. Santaella, RCC Grenada (tntv); P. Lamine Diouf; DEEC, S. Chotevitayatarakorn, TGO; D. Benefoh, EPA; S. Fellermeyer, FOEN; El Hadji M., Afrique-Energie-Environnement; I. Diatta, Allcot; J. Schnick, myclimate; U. Flossmann-Kraus, KliK; S. Greiner, West African Alliance (MOD)
Side Event concept note [221 kb]
10 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
United Nations of Youth Network (UNOY)
Mr. Prince Goodluck Obi
+234 0 8032496411
Global Alert for Defence of Youth and the Less Privileged (GADYLP)
Mr. Kennedy Ezedinbu
+234 0 8056212653
YOUNG PEOPLE and TREE PLANTING: Lessons learnt in Nigeria and among YOUNGO members in the globe.
Trees act as carbon sinks, continue the water cycle, control soil erosion ,act as wind breaker etc. Lessons learnt from Imo State of Nigeria and from members of YOUNGO in both global North and Global South will be part of the presentation.

Speakers: HRM EZE DR.Goodluck OBI , United Nations of Youth Network Convener.Dr(Barr)Chi Igwe , Climate Change Consultant, representatives of YOUNGO in both global South and Global North , representative from Imo State Government .
10 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration (ETC Group) (ETC Group)
Ms. Silvia Ribeiro
+52 55 26533330
Corporate Accountability International
Ms. Rachel Rose Jackson
+44 0 7445351503
GenderCC - Women for Climate Justice e.V. (GenderCC)
Ms. Farina Hoffmann
+49 10115 4930219800
Indigenous Educational Network of Turtle Island (IENTI/IEN) (IEN)
Mr. Alberto Saldamando
+1 415 6569198
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP)
Ms. Sophie Scherger
+49 151 58102457
Ms. Pat Bohland
+276 12161 4930308798
Real Zero pathways or dangerous distractions? Why geoengineering & risky removals are no path to 1.5
Geoengineering and carbon removal offsets fail to reduce emissions and lead to temperature overshoot with serious impacts to Indigenous Peoples’ and Women's rights, as well as the right to food. Observing rights and ceasing CO2 expansion has proven our most effective course of action.

Speakers: Thomas Joseph, Indigenous Environmental Network; Rachel Rose Jackson, CAI/Demand Climate Justice; Serayna Solanki, HOME Alliance; Erika Lennon, CIEL, IATP/CLARA; Melissa Moreano, Life/Gender Climate Constituency; Silvia Ribeiro, ETC group
10 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
Mr. Lukas Welker
+41 76 5218430
New Zealand
Ms. Jessica Thorn
+64 21 752894
Stocktake: Need for action on fossil fuel subsidy reform & shifting of other public financial flows
Shifting financial flows from fossil to clean energy is critical for Paris targets. But stocktaking shows little success to date. In particular, fossil fuel subsidies skyrocketed in 2022. This event will call for renewed momentum & propose specific actions for reform despite turbulent energy prices

Speakers: In addition to an IISD speaker, there is support from government officials from New Zealand and Switzerland as well as of partners from UNDP, UNEP, IEA and a consortium of academic partners that includes ETH-Z, IDOS, UCLA, WRI, HSG to speak at the event.
10 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Nalin Srivastava
+49 228 8151383
Leveraging Transparency to Drive Greater Ambition
This side event, organized under the banner of #Together4Transparency, will consider issues, challenges and opportunities in leveraging transparency arrangements under the Convention and the Paris Agreement to drive greater climate ambition.

Speakers: This discussion will include a range of perspectives including those of national policymakers, transparency experts and Party representatives. Speakers: Party delegates, Transparency Experts and UNFCCC secretariat
Agenda [147 kb]
Speakers [1 Mb]
10 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Judith Adrien
+49 228 8151355
Status of implementation of the Article 6.4 mechanism
This side-event hosted by Supervisory Body aims to provide information on the implementation status of the Article 6.4 mechanism and inform on the capacity-building programme launched at COP 27. The event will also be an opportunity to hear experts’ views on the mechanism and interact with them.

Speakers: TBC
10 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE)
Ms. Judit Szoleczky
+45 42 300192
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (FhG ISI)
Ms. Elisabeth Dütschke
+49 721 6809159 vzw
Mr. Chris Vrettos
+30 30 6948387911
SustainableEnergy (SE)
Mr. Gunnar Olesen
+45 24 269933
Sustainable lifestyles for climate action and policies for ALL
Sufficient, sustainable lifestyles and energy communities can give important contributions to reduce emissions. Policies supporting these should be included in the GST and climate plans. New European research shows how. A European scenario for 100% renewables makes the link from local to global.

Speakers: Repr. of INFORSE & REScoop networks, and researchers from EU Horizon FULFILL project incl.: Gunnar Boye Olesen SE Denmark, Judit Szoleczky INFORSE-Europe; Josephine Tröger, Fraunhofer Inst., Germany; Roberto Vaccaro, Inst. for Renewable Energy, Eurac Research, Italy; Chris Vrettos from
10 June Sustainable Lifestyles Event banner [557 kb]
10 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Bhava Dhungana
Developing & strengthening National Systems of Innovation to drive climate technology
The Technology Mechanism will launch the initiative Artificial Intelligence for Climate Action, to explore the potential role of AI in advancing & scaling up transformative solutions. The summary for policy makers on NSI, along with country case-studies will be presented.

Speakers: TEC Chair, CTCN, national Government, private sector actors, research, academia, NGOs.
Tech Mech side-event on national systems of innovation [869 kb]
10 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Women Engage for a Common Future - International Foundation (WECF International) (WECF)
Ms. Anne Barre
+49 89 232393818
Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD)
Ms. Patricia Wattimena
+66 902 689020
Heinrich Böll Foundation (HBF)
Ms. Liane Schalatek
+1 202 2900956
Transforming climate finance to uplift gender-just climate action in the context of the GST
The GST must lead us to a paradigm shift for equitably financed climate action and response measures to intersecting crises. This event will be a dialogue among governments, practitioners, and CSOs to discuss what real feminist climate finance & policies should look like.

Speakers: BMZ Representative, Mrs Gina Cortes, WECF ; Agnes Mirembe, ARUWE; Mrs Anna Samwel; WECF Geo;Mrs Liane Schalatek, H-Böll Foundation; Mrs Titi Soentoro, APWLD.
10 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
University of Washington (UW)
M. Deb Morrison
+1 250 5398200
Société Météorologique de France (SMF)
Mr. Djian Sadadou
+33 7 49956993
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
Mr. Anil Mishra
+33 1 145682375
Greening Education Partnership: Synergies and opportunities for climate change education at COP28
This side-event will discuss how to mobilize the four pillars of the Greening Education Partnership to advocate for education’s role to tackle climate change, including by showcasing evidence, best practices and suggested policies and action to advance CCE implementation at COP28 and beyond.

Speakers: WonJung Byun (Programme specialist, ESD section, UNESCO), Eric Guilyardi (President, Office for Climate Education), Pramod Kumar Sharma (Senior Director of Education, FEE), Deb L. Morrison (U.Washington & CLEAR Environmental, Canada and US), ACE focal point UAE, Focal points four pillars of GEP
10 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Manila Observatory (MO)
Ms. Jameela Joy Reyes
+63 917 1580624
Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB)
Mr. Md Fahad Hossain
+880 1845 532675
Implementing Climate Justice: Solidarity with Vulnerable Countries on the Road to COP28
The event will highlight elements for urgent implementation at the negotiations to demonstrate solidarity with climate vulnerable nations, focusing on the GST, finance, and loss and damage, in order to keep the Paris Agreement’s “survival” temperature goal within reach and climate justice at the cen

Speakers: Speakers to be confirmed; expected to include members of the consortium Allied for Climate Transformation by 2025 (ACT2025).
10 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Joanna Post
Building forward the UPP: Empowering young people to deliver knowledge for transformative adaptation
The Nairobi Work Programme will host a discussion on results to date from the UN Climate Change and Universities Partnership Programme (UN-UPP) and seek the views of Parties, NWP partners, and UNFCCC constituted bodies on defining an actionable strategy to build this partnership forward.

Speakers: Voices from: Parties, UNFCCC national focal points, UPP alumni, NWP Partners, Constituted Bodies, academic and research institutions, university consortia, development partners, research for development organizations, private sector, Local communities and indigenous Peoples and philanthropies.
12 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC)
Mr. Ed Goodall
+44 7907 882514
Connecticut State University System (SCSU)
Ms. Miriah Kelly
+1 860 6851543
Ocean Conservancy (OC)
Ms. Anna-Marie Laura
+1 803 6223976
Ocean-climate progress in the GST & synthesizing environmental & social impacts of related solutions
The GST is likely to demonstrate a lack of ocean actions, highlighting the need to holistically integrate them into national approaches. There is also a clear need for a comprehensive assessment of the environmental and social impacts of ocean-based climate solutions to catalyze their implementation

Speakers: Sarah Cooley, Ocean Conservancy Miriah Kelly, Southern Connecticut State University Sofia Sadogurska, EcoAction Ed Goodall, Whale and Dolphin Conservation Jeremy Raguain, Former Aosis Fellow Cathy Litong-Li, UN Youth TBD, CBD Secretatriat
12 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR)
Mr. Animesh Kumar
+49 228 8150300
Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction (GNDR)
Ms. Rebecca Murphy
+44 7800 564388
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
Ms. Mary Friel
+41 79 2173355
Synergizing Climate Action and Disaster Risk Reduction: GST and Midterm Review of Sendai Framework
While climate action & DRR share common goals their governance has evolved in parallel. The concurrent Global Stocktake and Midterm Review of Sendai Framework offers opportunities to build synergies - globally through coherent polices and metrics, and nationally through comprehensive risk management

Speakers: SRSG Mami Mizutori; ES Simon Stiell; GST Co-Chair/s; MTR Co-Chair/s; Civil Society & Stakeholders
Concept Note & Agenda [143 kb]
12 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Institute for Agricultural and Forest Management and Certification (Imaflora)
Mr. Marina Piatto
+55 19 981770957
Laboratory of the Climate Observatory (OC)
Sra. Stela Herschmann
+55 21 987937616
How to deliver 1.5 with deforestation-free and low-carbon agriculture: the next GST
This event will discuss data, strategies, and pathways to increase NDC ambition and include sectorial goals and measures. Tackle deforestation and increasing Low Carbon Agriculture is key in the short term.

Speakers: Civil society representative (TBD) Academics representative (TBD) Ministry of Environment representative (TBD) Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock representative (TBD)
12 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML)
Ms. Thecla Keizer
+44 7818 402632
American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Mr. Mark Shimamoto
+1 202 7777488
Plateforme Océan et Climat (POC)
Ms. Loreley Picourt
+33 6 77575135
University of California
Mr. Robert Monroe
+1 858 9991738
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI)
Ms. Judith Fenwick
+1 508 2893487
The GST & Ocean-based Carbon Dioxide Removal: opportunities, uncertainties, risks & future needs
Achieving warming of ~1.5oC by 2050 requires removal of atmospheric CO2 & massive cuts in CO2 emissions. Increasing ocean uptake & removal of carbon by intentionally enhancing natural biological & geochemical processes brings opportunities for the GST but has uncertainties & risks needing addressing

Speakers: Mod. L Picourt-OCP & UNFCCC Co-focal point Ocean & Coastal Zones MP-GCA Panel: P Thomson-UNSG Special Envoy Ocean; V.Ryabinin-IOC UNESCO; J Post-UNFCCC; S Cooley-Ocean Conservancy; T Bell-Plymouth Marine Lab; K Ramakrishna-Woods Hole Oceanogr. Inst; L.Graumlich-AGU; L Levin-Scripps Inst Oceanogr.
Programme of the side event [1 Mb]
12 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Fondation Mohammed VI pour la Protection de l'Environnement (FM6E)
Ms. Kenza Khallafi
+212 636 640950
Confédération Générale des Entreprises du Maroc (CGEM)
Mme Houda Bouchtia
+212 663 872529
Taking Stock of African Climate action through concrete Public/ Private Sectors/ Youth led projects.
African Capacity Building to address climate change through: Local Authorities to strengthen access to Climate Finance; Private and Public Sectors to measure, reduce and offset GHG emissions; Youth led innovation through international partnerships for learning, access to opportunities and support.

Speakers: COP28 HL Champion; African Private /Public Sectors for Climate Finance Access and to measure, reduce and offset emissions; Partnerships in learning/ access to opportunities (UNFCCC ACE/ UNESCO YoU-CAN/ UN Decade Youth Taskforce on Eco. Rest.), AYCH project holders (Egypt/ Burundi/Nigeria/Madagascar)
Concept Note Side Event Mohhammed VI Foundation for Environmental Protection [261 kb]
12 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
World Animal Protection (WAP)
Mr. David Garrahy
+32 470 174487
Brighter Green, Inc.
Ms. Mia MacDonald
+1 917 6268702
Sinergia Animal (SA)
Ms. Merel van der Mark
+31 6 13000564
The Save Movement
Ms. Nilgün Engin
+90 532 4375133
Counting the impact of industrial farming on our climate
Industrial farming is fuelling the climate crisis. Over-use of fertilisers and pesticide, deforestation and habitat destruction are driving greenhouse gas emissions. We will estimate the amount of these emissions are and look at solutions for more sustainable food systems, like plant-based proteins.

Speakers: James Royston - World Animal Protection - Moderator Andrea Echeverri - Global Forest Coalition Plant-based Treaty Food Policy expert on the need for transformation in food systems to reach climate goals
Side-event overview: Counting the impact of Industrial Farming [1 Mb]
12 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Julia Weatherhogg
Food systems and the changing climate
By 2050, feeding a global population of almost 10 billion will require a radical transformation in how food is produced, processed, traded, and consumed (FAO). The event aims to catalyze awareness and build new partnerships toward transformative and integrated food and climate action

Speakers: Private Sector, Research, Academia, UN and Country Representatives will bring in their perspectives on what advances are needed towards climate resilience in food systems
12 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Ann Joe
+49 228 8151816
United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA)
Ms. Bahareh Seyedi
Accelerating Climate and SDG Synergies as an Enabler for Just Transition
Present the work in developing first-ever Global Synergies Report on climate action and the SDGs, including key preliminary recommendations on how to faster achieve the two agendas while ensuring equity and just transition. Additionally, showcase practical experiences and share 2023 milestones.

Speakers: Luis Gomez Echeverri, IIASA, Heide Hackmann, University of Pretoria, Adis Dzebo, Stockholm Environment Institute, Christy (Ka Ying) Wong, Hong Kong Youth Delegate, Tolullah Oni, University of Cambridge & UrbanBetter, Claire Fyson, Climate Analytics, Daniele Violetti, UNFCCC, Bahareh Seyedi, UNDESA
Concept Note [126 kb]
12 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)
Ms. Sarah Sharpe
+44 0 7795843103
Global Climate and Health Alliance, a project of the Social Good Fund (GCHA)
Ms. Jessica Beagley
+44 7530 854613
Wellcome Trust
Ms. Arthy Hartwell
+44 7 443133551
World Health Organization (WHO)
Ms. Marina Maiero
+41 79 2134304
A GST that Counts for People: Integrating Health into the Global Stocktake
This event will focus on links between health and climate change, including health losses and damages and co-benefits of mitigation and adaptation; showcase examples of policies across sectors that benefit people and planet; and explore tools and recommendations for integrating health into the GST.

Speakers: Representatives from climate civil society, UNFCCC, GCHA, WHO, Wellcome Trust, LSHTM, University of Wisconsin Madison and Médecins Sans Frontières
12 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
World Wind Energy Association (WWEA)
Mr. Stefan Gsänger
+49 228 24269800
International Solar Energy Society e.V. (ISES)
Ms. Jennifer McIntosh
+49 761 4590645
World Bioenergy Association (WBA)
Mr. Bharadwaj Kummamuru
+46 76 7159785
How to mobilise for the big energy transformation
To fully achieve the Paris Agreement, the energy system must transform to 100% renewables, requiring further technology innovation as well as socio-economic and political change. This event highlights how some of these changes can be fulfilled from the perspective of renewable energy suppliers.

Speakers: Experts from industry associations, research, policy makers and civil society
12 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Ms. Julia Wolf
+39 347 7054419
International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (Bioversity)
Ms. Chiara Villani
+39 328 5868725
From decisions to action: accelerating implementation of climate action on agriculture
This session aims to present views and opportunities to accelerate implementation of the Sharm el-Sheikh Joint Work on climate action on agriculture and food security, launched at COP27 as a successor of the KJWA, and identify concrete steps to move from formal commitments to tangible climate action

Speakers: The discussion seeks to create a constructive dialogue between lead representatives from negotiator groups, farmers, civil society organizations, intergovernmental organizations, and country representatives from all regions.
Flyer- From decisions to action [1 Mb]
12 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Nurses Across the Borders (NAB)
+44 75 80081195
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. (FES)
Ms. Irène Sabarly
+49 30 269357415
Green Mobilisation Initiative
Mr. Gabriel Aborele
+234 80 28192355
This multi-faceted side event will address the progress, problems, and prospects of the Global Stocktake and explore the development and training programs opportunities that strengthen national institutions against the climate change crisis; and promote ecological restoration through tree planting.

Speakers: 1. Alhaji Abubakar Umar Farouk 2. Dr. Alex-Okoh Morenike 3. Mr. Nithiyananthan Nesadurai 4. Ms. Haneen Hamed 5. Mr. Gabriel Aborele 6 Pastor Peters Omoragbon
12 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Mr. Nathan Thanki
+44 74 95686242
Citizens' Climate Education Corp. (CCE)
Mr. Joseph Robertson
+1 917 9604137
Ms. Mandy Woods
+27 72 3930027
Delivering a 1.5˚C aligned equitable fossil fuel phaseout and the role of the GST
Projected emissions from existing fossil fuel infrastructure exceed the CO2 budget for 1.5°C. We must complement the Paris Agreement with a robust Global Stocktake and a Fossil Fuel Treaty to equitably phase out fossil fuels through a just energy transition.

Speakers: Anabella Rosemberg (Facilitator) Representative from Don’t Gas Africa campaign Alex Rafalowicz, Director, Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Initiative Fernanda Carvalho, Climate Policy lead, WWF Representative from Fiji
12 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
International Climate Dialogue e.V. (ICD)
Ms. Jennifer Mora
+49 761 59033823
Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)
Mr. Chen-An Lien
+886 937 182786
Enhancing Ambitions with Inclusive Carbon Pricing Solutions towards Net-zero Transformation
This event aims to explore decarbonization solutions towards net-zero targets in a collaborative approach for improving ambitions. The discussion of demand-driven technological strategies in carbon pricing and Article 6 implementation will contribute to global goals.

Speakers: Invited experts
13 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Friends World Committee for Consultation
Ms. Lindsey F Cook
+49 179 5918510
Federation of American Women's Clubs Overseas, Inc. (FAWCO)
Ms. Dieu-Huyen Alexandra Vo
+1 781 8662897
Quaker Earthcare Witness (QEW)
Ms. Shelley Tanenbaum
+1 94706 5109262728
Quakers in Britain
Ms. Olivia Hanks
+44 20 76631055
Truthful engagement in real, effective and ethical emission reductions for an ambitious GST.
Set in an inter-active workshop style, the audience will engage with speakers on how to strengthen the Global Stocktake through options for real, effective and ethical emission reduction actions.

Speakers: Lili Fuhr - CIEL Joyashree Roy - IPCC Kay Harrison - New Zealand delegation Virginia Young – Griffith University Gina Cortes - WECF Bhavya George - Keystone Foundation Lindsey Fielder Cook – QUNO moderator
13 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)
Ms. Lien Vandamme
+41 22 5967913 (
Mr. Nicolas Haeringer
+33 6 50861259
Amnesty International (AI)
Ms. Rosemary Ann Harrison
+44 7804 867427
No climate justice without civic space and human rights: zooming in on the UNFCCC process
A safe civic space is imperative to deliver ambitious and just climate action and to mobilize broad public support to meet climate goals. The UNFCCC process must put in place safeguards protecting participants in the process from threats and preventing undue influence by corporate lobbies.

Speakers: Human rights experts, relevant UN Agencies, civil society representatives.
13 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
COBASE, Cooperativa Tecnico Scientifica di Base (ECOSOC)
Mr. stefano mannacio
+39 339 6938361
Gherush92 Committee for Human Rights (Gherush92)
Ms. Valentina Jappelli
+39 338 6787009
Universal Versatile Society (UV Society)
Ms. Cataleya Han
+61 4 12635304
Vegan cities for climate change targets: agroecology, energy efficiency and cultural diversity
Increasing Urban and Rural Areas Resilience and Sustainability. Providing solution to technical, environmental and social feasibility. A strategy to achieve the CCTs and to restore the critical urban and rural systems using urban agroecology, efficient electricity and local biocultural assessments.

Speakers: Stefano Mannacio (COBASE, Project Coordinator), Valentina Jappelli (Gherush92, President), Delfina Piu (Gherush92, Researcher) Vikrant Srivastava (Nisarg Foundation, CEO), (online) Narayan Solanke (Universal Versatile Society, President), (online) Nicolás Domke Venegas (FAO Sub-commission, Head)
13 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Climate Analytics GmbH
Ms. Mavis Mainu
+49 0 1639196230
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Ms. Rachael Steller
+44 776 2976768
University College London (UCL)
Mr. Ian Hamilton
+44 203 1085982
University of Leeds
Ms. Debbie Rosen
+44 7887 515528
Value of 1.5 ambition for the GST - an interactive discussion
The value of the 1.5°C limit for the GST process across its main themes - mitigation, adaptation, and means of implementation. This interactive event explores cutting-edge research on 1.5-aligned pathways, the implications of overshooting, and the co-benefits and trade-offs of mitigation actions.

Speakers: Rueanna Haynes and Claire Fyson (Climate Analytics); Piers Forster (University of Leeds); Paul Dodds (UCL Energy Institute); Iliana Cardenes (DESNZ/UK Government); Harry Kennard (CS-NOW)
13 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI)
Mr. Yunus Arikan
+49 228 97629920
United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)
Ms. Lea Ranalder
+254 799 859606
#MultilevelActionDelivers: Transforming climate emergency action & global stocktake
Designed as part of Daring Cities Forum 2023, the event will review progress with the SURGe Initiative, Ministerial Meeting on Urbanization and Climate, outcomes of 2nd UN Habitat Assembly. The formulation of inputs of local and regional governments to the global stocktake will also be presented.
13 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Ms. Leana William
+678 678 7305485
Climate Action Network International (CAN International)
Ms. Sindra Sharma
+44 79 23502980
Stop Ecocide Foundation
Ms. Sue Miller
+44 117 9422017
Clarifying obligations and deterring harm: the power of international law to address climate crisis
Examining the power of international law to urgently drive climate action: the historic resolution to seek an Advisory Opinion on Climate Change from the International Court of Justice; development of a Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty; and recognition of ecocide as an international crime.

Speakers: Dr Christopher Bartlett, Climate Diplomacy Head, Gov’t of Vanuatu, Lavetanalagi Seru, Regional Coordinator, PICAN, Christina Voigt, Chair, WCEL, Jojo Mehta, Chair, Stop Ecocide Foundation, Tasneem Essop, Exec Director, CANI, Alex Rafalowicz, Director, Fossil Fuel Treaty
13 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Carlos Ruiz-Garvia
+49 228 8151176
Enabling Urban Transformative Climate Innovation
Cities are key in addressing climate change. This session discussed a flywheel framework for transformative innovation, including need-based and solution-oriented strategies that satisfies core-human need via alternative value changes aligned with the climate goal and the SDGs.

Speakers: Chefchaouen City, Morocco, Manchester City, United Kingdom, Puerto Montt City, Chile, Riyadh City, Saudi Arabia, GCOM/UTM, UNFCCC, Deloitte, AIIB.
13 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Pew Charitable Trusts (PCT)
Ms. Rebecca Harris
+1 704 7287450
Ms. Lisa Schindler Murray
+1 703 5225070
The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
Ms. Alice Soewito
+1 617 7771234
Wetlands International
Ms. Susanna Tol
+31 6 22624702
Including Coastal Ecosystems in NDCs for Mitigation and Adaptation
This event will focus on methods and progress on including coastal ecosystems in NDCs for mitigation and adaptation. Opportunities for enhanced ambition, and resources, such as Guidelines for Including Blue Carbon and recommendations for including Green-Gray Infrastructure solutions, will be shared.

Speakers: Government representatives from regions including Latin America, the Caribbean, and Africa; NGO representatives including a spokesperson from Global Mangrove Watch; and the UNFCCC’s ocean and climate change focal point.
13 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Center for Participatory Research and Development (CPRD)
Mr. Md Shamsuddoha
+8 172925 9491
Shariatpur Development Society (SDS)
Mr. Rabia Begum
+8 8017544 46907
Stichting Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA)
Mr. Sanjay Vashist
+9 1 9910096125
Young Power in Social Action (YPSA)
Mr. Mohammad Shahjahan
+8 8018191 77418
Human Rights at Risk due to Climate Change trigger
The event will share the cases of human rights at risk due to climate impacts and will also share gender mainstreaming as an approach to address them

Speakers: - Rabia Begum, SDS - S Doha, CPRD - Ruchi Chaudhary, CANSA - M Shahjahan, YPSA
13 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Mr. Sandeep Sengupta
+41 22 9990105
Ms. Birte Derrix
+49 1578 4946599
Mr. Jenny Chimayco
+51 975 680760
Taking stock of global progress on nature-based solutions to climate change
The role of nature-based solutions was recognised in key multilateral processes in 2022, including at COP27. This event will take stock of the collective progress made on it to date and identify what can be done to strengthen further action and ambition on it in the context of the Global Stocktake.

Speakers: Christiane Paulus (Germany), Tamer Abou Gharara (Egypt), Milagros Sandoval (Peru), Melissa De Kock (UNEP) and Sandeep Sengupta (IUCN). Egypt and Germany are the co-chairs of the ‘Enhancing Nature-based Solutions for Accelerated Climate Transformation (ENACT)’ initiative launched at COP27"
13 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Ms. Alina Averchenkova
+44 7799 657954
Institute for Climate and Society (ICS)
Mr. Cintya Feitosa
+55 11 973970635
University of Cape Town (UCT)
Sra. Britta Rennkamp
+27 76 6503474
Delivering credible, transparent, and inclusive implementation through national legal systems
Addressing climate crisis requires integration of commitments into national legal frameworks, development of credible and inclusive policies and management of integrity risks. This event speaks to key questions on the effectiveness of these efforts at state-level and learnings for the GST.

Speakers: Alina Averchenkova, LSE; Joana Setzer, LSE; Britta Rennkamp, UCT; Tiffanie Chan, LSE; Shirley Pouget, DLA Piper; Caroline Prolo, LaClima; Pascale Bird, LRI.
13 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)
Ms. Heather McMullen
+44 7505 277102
Asian Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW)
Ms. Deepa Chandra
+60 19 2826898
The Danish Family Planning Association (DFPA)
Ms. Lisbet Dinsen
+0 45 41270607
Achieving sexual and reproductive rights and climate justice
Launch of a messaging guide on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and Climate Justice and three policy reviews: Queen Mary University of London & UNFPA’s review of NDCs, NAP Global Network’s SRHR in NAP Processes, and Danish Family Planning Association’s SRHR in Gender Action Plans

Speakers: Queen Mary University London, ARROW, DFPA partners and networks
13 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
African Development Bank Group (AfDB)
Mr. Arona Soumare
+225 5 75753270
United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF)
Ms. Sophie De Coninck
+32 4 73943986
Global Stocktake Contribution of the AfDB, UNCDF and EBRD with a special focus on adaptation’
This event will discuss the role of AfDB and UNCDF for accelerating the climate action agenda in Africa and its contribution to the first Global Stocktake in terms of adaptation and means of implementation. Highlight achievements,share best practices and collect views from stakeholders

Speakers: - Dr Anthony NYONG, Director Climate Change,AfDB -Mr. Gareth PHILLIPS,Update on the achievements of the African Development Bank climate change goals, ABM and Paris Alignment - Mr. Jan-Willem Van de Ven, Head of Climate Finance EBRD - Sophie De Coninck, LoCAL Global Facility Manager
13 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
International Bar Association
Ms. Lara Douvartzidis
+44 78 46812457
American Bar Association (ABA)
Mr. Tracy Hester
+1 713 7431152
Federal Council of the Brazilian Bar Association (OAB)
+55 61 21939684
The role of lawyers and law associations in the Global Stocktake: Implementation at a domestic level
This discussion covers the unique role of law and law associations in regulating, training, and sharing best legal practice examples to further climate objectives & implementation strategies for the net zero transition and realisation of country NDCs

Speakers: Lara Douvartzidis (International Bar Association); Leticia Perrone Campos Mello (Brazilian Bar Association - OAB); Alasdair Cameron (The Law Society of England and Wales); John Dernbach (American Bar Association)
14 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
BirdLife International (BLI)
Ms. Rhiannon Niven
+44 0 7340870828
Conservation International (CI)
Ms. Martha Zeymo
+1 908 4487358
Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU)
Ms. Carla Freund
+43 6991 1215031
The Global Stocktake: Joint action for the climate and biodiversity crises
The recent shift in the pace of the energy transition shows that renewables may be the clear hero of the GST. Using best practice guidelines and implementing restoration projects can not only reduce negative impacts, e.g. releasing carbon stores but also enhance and restore nature at project sites.

Speakers: Host: Rhiannon Niven, Global Climate Change Policy Coordinator, BirdLife International; Carla Freund, Policy Officer for nature-friendly energy transition in Europe, (Naturschutzbund Deutschland) NABU; Iberdrola; TNC; SPE; Amy Fraenkel, Secretary General, Convention on Migratory Species (CMS)
14 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)
Ms. Bridget Burns
+1 914 3103270
Women Environmental Programme (WEP)
Ms. Priscilla Achakpa
+234 900001 2348117295
Feminist Climate Justice Demands from the MENA region
Featuring feminist and climate just advocates from across the MENA region, this event will showcase key demands for mitigation, adaptation, gender-responsive finance and what a gender just transition looks like.

Speakers: MENA region advocates in the WGC.
14 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Fundación Barranquilla+20
Ms. Xiomara Acevedo
+57 3 3013175029
Centro Alexander von Humboldt
Mr. Jose Alejandro Aleman Treminio
+505 505 88267474
Climate Action Network - Latin America (CAN-LA)
Mr. Alejandro Aleman
+505 505 88267474
Latin America to achieve the implementation of carbon markets alternatives on art 6.8
The event will forge a discussion among stakeholders of LAC and the world in how to ensure a rights based approach in the implementation of article 6.8 in the region from the perspectives of indigenous, afrodescendants, women and youth people from mega diverse ecosystems.

Speakers: Barranquilla+20,PBFCC, DCJ LAC organizations, Alejandro Alemán, Marcos Nordgren, Souparna Lahiri
14 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)
Ms. Salote Soqo
+1 857 9726805
Mr. Oyeoussi Charles Balogoun
+229 97 496100
Alianza Americas
Ms. Helena Olea
+1 312 9782017
Mr. kazi Hoque
+88 2 8417739
Human rights, climate change and disaster induced migration & displacement: Regional Perspectives
Human rights implications of climate change induced migration and displacement perspectives along with civil society priorities will be provided for the Global Stocktake process for the Paris Agreement and negotiations on financing on climate adaptation and loss and damage.

Speakers: Civil society representatives from 5 regions, including Asia, Pacific, Africa, Latin America and Europe and a moderator
14 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
ActionAid International Foundation
Ms. Teresa Anderson
+44 7984 932655
Christian Aid (CA)
Ms. Mariana Paoli
+44 0 7864288457
Church of Sweden
Ms. Margareta Koltai
+46 18 169500
Cooperation Internationale pour le Développement et la Solidarité (CIDSE)
+32 483 164502
Maryknoll Sisters of Saint Dominic Inc.
Ms. Lisa Sullivan
+1 571 5876851
Ensuring the Loss and Damage Fund delivers for climate-impacted communities
The Transitional Committee of the L&D Fund has a vital role to agree issues of accessibility, governance, and funding sources and arrangements, to ensure that the Fund will benefit communities on the ground. Our recommendations build on learnings from the GCF and CSO analyses

Speakers: Teresa Anderson, Harjeet Singh, Mariana Paoli, Gunnel Axelsson Nycander, Teresa Anderson, + others
14 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Asociación Interamericana para la Defensa del Ambiente (AIDA)
Ms. Florencia Ortúzar
+56 9 73353135
Friends of the Earth International (FOEI)
Ms. Sara Shaw
+44 7974 8270
Fundación Sustentabilidad sin Fronteras (SSF)
Mr. Mariano Villares
+54 11 30595592
Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña (UPC)
Ms. Olga Alcaraz
+34 67 5750537
Imagining just futures
A participatory dialogue on just and rights-based approaches to address loss and damage in Latin America and the Caribbean. Experts and practitioners of the region will discuss redress and justice to vulnerable communities affected by loss and damage.

Speakers: panelist from la Ruta del Clima, AIDA, CEUS, SSF, Oxfam, Citizens Climate International, UPC.
14 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Grant Kirkman
+49 173 2166342
Climate Finance for the Needs of Developing Countries
Showcase the progress in facilitating access to and mobilization of climate finance for needs and priorities of developing countries under the Needs‐Based Finance Project – supported by the secretariat and funded by donors in response to decisions taken by the COP under long-term finance.

Speakers: Government representatives and climate finance providers and donors.
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14 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
European Union
Ms. Marie Bondu
+32 2 2984591
Institut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales (IDDRI)
Mr. Johannes Svensson
+33 0 618184143
Keeping 1.5 alive: emission data, pathways, and implementation enablers
The 1.5 goal requires both robust data and rapid implementation of system transformations. This event will present latest emission data, insights on key transformations in global and national 1.5 pathways and their enabling conditions. It aims at informing the GST and broader climate action.

Speakers: All TBC: - - Vicky Pollard (European Commission) - Michel del Elzen (PBL) - Giovanni Manca (JRC) - Johannes Svensson (IDDRI) - Jesse Burton (E3G)
14 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
Mr. Giriraj Amarnath
+33 6 24852501
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)
Mr. Stelios Grafakos
+36 30 7514991
Global review and assessment on multi-level national adaptation planning for system transformation
The side event presents the preliminary results of a Global review and assessment of developing countries' NAPs based on the NAP quality assessment framework, introducing Climate Smart governance dashboard for NAP implementation and feed into the GST to empower communities and building resilience.

Speakers: LDC Chair, Global Centre on Adaptation, NAP Global Network, Adaptation Committee Members, NDC Partnership, Sri Lanka – National Development Planning, Senegal – National Food Security Council, Zambia's Ministry of Green Economy and Environment, Morocco – Ministry of Agriculture, World Vision.
14 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Jubilee South Asia Pacific Movement, Inc. (APMDD)
Ms. Claire Miranda
+63 917 5115334
War on Want
Mr. Asad Rehman
+44 7956 210332
Reparations for Climate Debt and the road to Just Transition
The Transition to a low-carbon development pathway can only be Just if the Global South are appropriated with Reparations for the historical Climate Debt owed by the governments, corporations and financial institutions of the Global North.

Speakers: Representatives of peoples movements, CSOs and workers from Asia, Africa and Latin America.
14 Jun 2023
Kaminzimmer (110 pax)
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Angela Wagner
UN4NAPs: Scaling up technical assistance for NAPs (II)
It will build on conversations around needs for technical assistance around NAP formulation and implementation, especially by LDCs and SIDS, liaise with UN4NAPs partner organizations and identify ways to unlock bottlenecks and scale up technical assistance to advance the work at national level

Speakers: Country representatives, UN4NAPs partner organizations
14 Jun 2023
Berlin (110 pax)
Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)
Ms. Dani Gaillard-Picher
+46 73 3374220
Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA)
Ms. Ingrid Timboe
+1 202 2028212142
Taking Stock of Water-wise Climate Policy
This is an open invitation to a roundtable for parties on the support they need for developing and implementing water-wise climate policies. It will include 3 brief presentations(Water in the NDCs; Mitigation co-benefits and opportunities; Benefits of a systems approach: Water & Climate Tracker).

Speakers: Confirmed support from the Governments of Egypt, UK, Germany, and Tajikistan; COP28 Presidency and High Level Champion; Members of the Water for Climate Pavilion: SIWI (David Hebart-Coleman, Malin Lundberg Ingemarsson), AGWA, SWA
14 Jun 2023
Bonn (185 pax)
Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung - Gesellschaftsanalye und Politische Bildung e.V. (RLS)
Mr. Till Bender
+49 30 44310523
Asociación La Ruta del Clima
Mr. Adrián Martínez Blanco
+506 8561 852
Equidad de Género Ciudadanía Trabajo y Familia (Equidad)
Ms. Emilia Reyes
+52 55 54109398
The Bridgetown Initiative – Fit to Finance Climate Justice?
The Bridgetown Initiative (BI) has gained significant traction since its proposal at COP27. It is however unclear how the BI will be in line with longstanding demands of climate justice movements. This event will therefore discuss what the BI includes, and perhaps more importantly, what it omits.

Speakers: Gaya Sriskanthan (Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung), Marisa Hutchinson (IWRAW Asia Pacific), Rep. Barbados Government (tbc), Tetet Lauron (Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung), Bodo Ellmers (Global Policy Forum), Emilia Reyes (Equidad de Género: Ciudadanía, Trabajo y Familia), Adrián Martínez Blanco (La Ruta Del Clima)