Youth Climate Activists speak out at COP 20 on Youth participation and engagement in the IPCC COP conferences and Youth being part of the solution, with host John Foran, co-founder of the Climate Justice project, [www.climatejusticeproject.com] and International Institute of Climate Action and Theory [www.iicat.org], introducing speakers on the panel. Youth Climate activist, Ms Raquel […]
COP 20 Lima IPCC Working Groups 2 & 3 Members Dr. Chris Field & Dr. Youba Sokona presentation on: Overview of the COP 20 conference and IPCC Risk Assessment Report AR5 addressing key issues on Climate Change in the context of Global Change.
IPCC Woman Panel speakers Bridget Burns, on gender equality of woman & indigenous peoples to be embedded in binding Agreements, Monica Comacho on forest preservation & protecting the livelihoods of people dependent on them, Sharan Burrow on peoples rights, equity & the transition to a Green Economy, Andrea Carmen representing more than 200 Indigenous peoples […]
Raman Mehta from the Vasuda Foundation on the irreconcilable differences between the negotiator and minister level at the IPCC. Developed countries mitigation objectives and developing countries adaptation goals don’t reconcile. The USA and China are the biggest emitters and need to commit to substantially higher mitigation levels.
COP 13 BALI. Interview with Andy Molitor on lack of urgency by the IPCC and Governments regarding global GHG emissions. The cost of doing something now to mitigate climate change, is less than if the world did nothing in the longer term.
COP 20 Lima. John Nissen & Paul Beckwith speak on the global underestimation of the scale of Methane emissions & its contribution to Global Warming. The IPCC has not included Methane emissions in its current reports. Methane is a vastly more damaging than CO2 & even after decaying for 100 years its still 20 times […]
Spiritual Dimension – Dr Saleem Huq, IPCC – Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is the international body for assessing the science related to climate change. Climate Change is a moral issue, rich people cause the pollution and poor people in both poor and rich countries are the ones who suffer.