ONLINE MARATHON

GLOBAL FORUM caring for climate

LIVE
01/03 – 31/12 2021
OUR
SPEAKERS
Antonio Guterres
UN Secretary General
Foreword: Climate Action for Better Recovery
Sanda Ojiambo
Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of the UN Global Compact
Introduction and welcome. Welcome speech from Sanda Ojiambo
Patricia Espinoza
Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
Role of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
Michael Rubens Bloomberg
Founder of the media company Bloomberg LP
Message from TCFD Chairman Michael R. Bloomberg on the Importance of Climate Financial Disclosure
Eric Garcetti
Mayor of Los Angeles
Topics: investing in "green" jobs, developing a more inclusive economy, prioritizing public health, ensuring a secure future for the climate
Greta Thunberg
17-year-old Swedish climate activist
The Dalai Lama with Greta Thunberg and Leading Scientists: A Conversation on the Crisis of Climate Feedback Loops
Mark Carney
Former Governor from 2013 to 2020, Bank of England
Breaking the tragedy of the horizon - climate change and financial stability - speech by Mark Carney
Oleg Belozerov
EECO Deputy Secretary General for Sustainable Development
Regulation of transboundary carbon emissions
Jung Hyup Seo
Acting Mayor of Seoul
Topics: investing in "green" jobs, developing a more inclusive economy, prioritizing public health, ensuring a secure future for the climate.
Gonzalo Muñoz
High-level champion in climatic action
Climate Change Progress / "Green" Recovery
Dan Thomas
Director of Communications of UN Global Compact
Paris Climate Agreement. Stages
Fernando Medina
Mayor of Lisbon
Topics: investing in "green" jobs, developing a more inclusive economy, prioritizing public health, ensuring a secure future for the climate
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Karylgash Nugmanova
President of the International Center for Geopolitical Forecasting `"East-West"
Leveraging Global Partnership Mechanisms to Scale Up Action on Climate Change
Jung Hyup Seo
Acting Mayor of Seoul
Topics: investing in "green" jobs, developing a more inclusive economy, prioritizing public health, ensuring a secure future for the climate.
Mary Shapiro
Deputy Chairman for Public Policy Bloomberg L.P
Participant. Progress in fighting climate change since 2015
Philip Close
Mayor of Brussels
Topics: investing in "green" jobs, developing a more inclusive economy, prioritizing public health, ensuring a secure future for the climate
John Tory
Mayor of Toronto
Topics: investing in "green" jobs, developing a more inclusive economy, prioritizing public health, ensuring a secure future for the climate
Marcy Frost
Chief Executive Officer CalPERS
Participant. Ambitious Actions for Green Recovery and NDC Improvement
Sandra Wen-Xiu Wu
Chairman and CEO of Kokusai Kogyo Co.
Participant. Progress in fighting climate change since 2015
Corinne Mauch
Mayor of Zurich
Topics: investing in "green" jobs, developing a more inclusive economy, prioritizing public health, ensuring a secure future for the climate
Omer Ahmed
CEO Artistic Milliners
Participant. Ambitious Actions for Green Recovery and NDC Improvement
Sadik Khan
Mayor of London
Topics: investing in "green" jobs, developing a more inclusive economy, prioritizing public health, ensuring a secure future for the climate
Torben Meger Pedersen
Chief Executive Officer of PensionDanmark
Participant. Ambitious Actions for Green Recovery and NDC Improvement
Satya Tripati
Assistant Secretary-General and Head of the UNEP New York Office
Leading. Multilateralism and Radical Cooperation to Implement the Paris Agreement
Valentina Mintakh
Founder of West Blue Consulting
Participant. Multilateralism and Radical Cooperation to Implement the Paris Agreement
Alan Jope
Chief Executive Officer of Unilever
Participant. Multilateralism and Radical Cooperation to Implement the Paris Agreement
Mark Crandall
Founder and Director of CWP Renewables
Participant. Multilateralism and Radical Cooperation to Implement the Paris Agreement
Leila Simpson
Executive Secretary of the Global Cultural Initiative
Culture for promoting sustainable development goals
Marat Ibragimov
Academician. Doctor of Technical Sciences. Professor
Completion of the cycle of works on the use of "Solar Hydrogen" in hydrogen energy for the preservation of the climate on Earth and sustainable development of mankind
Roberto Marquez
CEO Natura & Co
Participant. Progress in fighting climate change since 2015
Ravshan Nazarov
Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Tashkent Branch of the Russian Economic University. G.V. Plekhanov. Uzbekistan
Influence of climate and relief on the development of ethnic groups
Mukhtar Gazaev
Chairman of the International Committee for Environmental Management and Sustainable Development of the Environment
The main environmental problems of Eurasia and ways to solve them
Alexander Kerimov
Doctor of Political Science, Head of the Department of Philosophy and Political Science of the Ural Institute of Management (RANEPA)
The role of education in the formation of ecological culture among young people
Namik Hasan oglu Aliyev
Head of the Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan
Environmental safety of the South Caucasus
Elchin Khalilov
Chairman of the International Committee on Global Changes in the Geological and Environment "GEOCHANGE"
The increase in the number and energy of natural disasters as an indicator of global climate change and the geological environment
Fikret Shabanov
President of the think tank "Consultations on international policy and economy" (Vancouver, Canada)
Alternative energy as a new stage in human development
Bekbolat Almadiev
Head of the Sector of the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Energy parameters of global security: realities and prospects
Manarbek Kabaziyev
Deputy Chairman of the Governing Board of the Foreign Policy Research Institute, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Potential consequences of global climate change for Kazakhstan
Olga If
Founder of MAESTRO KID
Ambitious Actions for Green Recovery. Investing in children fashion education in sustainability
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Nations United:
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Forum Questions
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State (international, national) regulation of emissions of greenhouse gases, development of long-term strategies of the socio-economic development, providing a low level greenhouse gas emissions and the resilience of the economy to change climate;
International cooperation and implementation of joint projects to study international experience in order to adapt the best available technologies for their use in their countries;
Measures to protect manufacturers from actions to limit competitiveness under the pretext of their non-compliance with climatic safety requirements;
Global practice of voluntary and consistent financial reporting standards on climate for lenders, insurers, investors and other stakeholders;
National Contribution Levels (NDCs) for the implementation of the Paris Agreement, national priorities for limiting greenhouse gas emissions, adaptation to climate change and support for developing countries;
Dealing with a global health emergency and preventing a global climate emergency. Create unprecedented intersectoral and transboundary collaboration.
The gap between climate action and climate reality remains huge. But it is not too late to act.
We have the knowledge, technology and capacity to recover from the pandemic to take a huge leap forward and begin to close the gap. The consequences of climate change are felt by the whole society as a whole.
"Caring for Climate 2021" online marathon aims to promote the implementation of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
IT'S NOT TOO LATE
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PLANET-SIZED PLAN
BIODIVERSITY:
One Planet
REINDEER.
WE CAN LOSE THEM
FORUM TOPICS
ONE OF THE MOST SERIOUS AND WORRYING PHENOMENA OF OUR TIME: CLIMATE CHANGE
His Holiness Pope Francis
FORUM AGENDA
FIRST SESSION
1 March 2021
SECOND SESSION
8 March 2021
THIRD SESSION
15 March 2021
FOURTH SESSION
28 March 2021
12:00 – 12:04 (GMT+3)
12:00 – 12:04 (GMT+3)
Opening. Welcome speech by the Executive Directorate of the UN Global Compact
Sanda Ojiambo | Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of the UN Global Compact
A net zero economic recovery from COVID-19 will allow companies around the world to invest and innovate at the pace and scale necessary to improve economic recovery, create decent jobs, protect health, reduce emissions and improve resilience in the future. We salute company leaders who are not only committed to rebooting their own companies but demanding that world governments act in the light of better science and a better economy, which shows that smart climate policies will create more jobs and drive sustainable, inclusive economic growth.
12:04 – 12:07 (GMT+3)
12:04 – 12:07 (GMT+3)
Greeting. Climatic activity for better recovery
Antonio Guterres | Secretary General of the United Nations
Climate change is the main issue of our time and its solution is a turning point in our history.
12:07 – 12:15 (GMT+3)
12:07 – 12:15 (GMT+3)
Green Deal Carbon Regulation and Greenhouse Gas Trading System
Oleg Belozerov | EECO Deputy Secretary General for Sustainable Development
Energy diplomacy will have to be based not only on the Green Deal but also on far-reaching geo-economic and geopolitical changes. A realistic balance must be found between global aspirations and limited financial resources.
12:45 – 13:15 (GMT+3)
12:45 – 13:15 (GMT+3)
International interactive dialogue: From Paris to Glasgow — Progress on Climate Change since 2015
ONLINE | International interactive dialogue
GONZALO MUNYOS — Dialogue moderator. High-level champion in climatic action
SANDRA WEN-XIU WU — Chairman and CEO of Kokusai Kogyo Co.
MARY SHAPIRO — Deputy Chairman for Public Policy Bloomberg L.P
ROBERTO MARCES — CEO Natura & Co
13:15 – 13:20 (GMT+3)
13:15 – 13:20 (GMT+3)
City Mayors Call for Environmental and Equitable Recovery
Mayors of cities call
It's time to invest in "green" jobs, foster a more inclusive economy, prioritize public health and ensure a climate-friendly future. Mayors of the world's largest cities are working together to achieve global sustainability and equitable recovery from COVID-19.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, London Mayor Sadiq Khan, Mayor of Medellin (Colombia) Daniel Quintero Calle, Lord Mayor of Melbourne Sally Capp, Mayor of New Orleans Latoya Cantrell
12:00 – 12:35 (GMT+3)
12:00 – 12:35 (GMT+3)
International Interactive Dialogue: Ambitious Action for "Green" Recovery and Strengthening Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC)
ONLINE | International interactive dialogue
GONZALO MUNYOS — Dialogue moderator. High-level champion in climatic action
MARCY FROST — Chief Executive Officer of CalPERS
OMER AHMED — General Director of Artistic Milliners
TORBEN MEGER PEDERSEN — Chief Executive Officer of PensionDanmark
12:45 – 13:00 (GMT+3)
12:45 – 13:00 (GMT+3)
Completion of the cycle of works on the use of "Solar Hydrogen" in hydrogen energy for the preservation of the climate on Earth and sustainable development of mankind
Marat Ibragimov | Academician. Doctor of Technical Sciences. Professor
At present the issues of preserving climatic conditions on Earth and the rational use of fuel resources are brought to the forefront of universal human values.
13:00 – 13:10 (GMT+3)
13:00 – 13:10 (GMT+3)
The main environmental problems of Eurasia and ways to solve them
Mukhtar Gazaev | Chairman of the International Committee for Environmental Management and Sustainable Development of the Environment
Climate change affects all countries and all continents, destroys national economies and affects people's lives. Weather conditions change, sea level rises and climatic events become more severe. Saving lives and livelihoods requires urgent action to tackle both the pandemic and the climate emergency.
13:10 – 13:25 (GMT+3)
13:10 – 13:25 (GMT+3)
Culture and Climate Protection. Video performance
Dance performance | Dance group "Steps to Change" Montpellier (France)
Young talented dancers from Montpellier( France) "Steps to Change" will showcase the impact of climate change on biodiversity and society through an amazing dance. Through performing arts and video projection, speakers will demonstrate their support for scientific endeavors, highlighting the urgent need to take action for the benefit of their own generation and future generations. Art will convey the message of the urgency to act on global changes affecting biodiversity. Leader of the dance group Yunne-Jai Shina, choreographer Emily Lartilot.
13:10 – 14:10 (GMT+3)
13:10 – 14:10 (GMT+3)
Restoring Ecosystems: Biodiversity Webinar
Julie's Bicycle | Webinar
The ecological crisis is as critical as the climate crisis, but gets fewer headlines. We are in the midst of catastrophic loss of global biodiversity, ecosystems, and the millions of species with whom we share our planet and depend on for our survival. We are "burning the library of life" through changes in land and sea use, direct exploitation of organisms (e.g. hunting and fishing), climate change, pollution, and the spread of invasive species. So what can the creative community do to help stop these forces? This webinar looks at how the decisions we make in our organisations have an impact on ecosystems – and how we can move, urgently, towards their restoration. Featuring JB's Chiara Badiali and Becky Hazlewood, and guest speaker George Collum, Learning Producer, Somerset House Trust.
14:25 – 14:35 (GMT+3)
14:25 – 14:35 (GMT+3)
Alternative energy as a new stage in human development
Dr. Fikret Shabanov | President of the think tank "Consultations on international policy and economy" (Vancouver, Canada)
The prospects for the use of renewable energy sources are associated with their environmental friendliness, low operating costs and the expected fuel shortage in traditional energy. Types of alternative energy: solar energy, wind energy, biomass energy, gradient-temperature energy, geothermal energy.
12:00 – 12:30 (GMT+3)
12:00 – 12:30 (GMT+3)
International interactive dialogue: For inclusive multilateralism and radical cooperation to implement the Paris Agreement
ONLINE | International interactive dialogue
SATIA TRIPATI — Dialogue moderator. Head of the UNEP New York Office
VALENTINA MINTAH — Founder of West Blue Consulting
ALAN JOPE — Chief Executive Officer of Unilever
MARK CRANDALL — Founder and Director of CWP Renewables
12:30 – 12:40 (GMT+3)
12:30 – 12:40 (GMT+3)
Role of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
Patricia Espinoza | Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
The ultimate goal of all agreements related to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change is to stabilize the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic (human-induced) impacts on the Earth's climate system. This level should be achieved in a time period sufficient for natural adaptation of ecosystems to climate change and ensuring further economic development on a sustainable basis.
12:40 – 12:50 (GMT+3)
12:40 – 12:50 (GMT+3)
Leveraging global partnerships to catalyze action on climate change
Karylgash Nugmanova | President of the International Center for Geopolitical Forecasting 'East-West'
Climate change is real and human activities are the main cause. The United Nations Climate Summit has set positive momentum, increased cooperation and set new goals. But there is still a long way to go in determining national contributions to the global response to climate change.
12:50 – 13:20 (GMT+3)
12:50 – 13:20 (GMT+3)
Influence of climate and relief on the development of ethnic groups
Ravshan Nazarov | Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Tashkent Branch of the Russian Economic University. G.V. Plekhanov. Uzbekistan.
Man ... imagined himself the undivided master of the Earth and immediately began to exploit it neglecting the fact that its size and physical resources are quite finite. The image of nature and climate has always been the most important in the spiritual life of society. Climatic factors determine the form of government and laws. The historical value of natural conditions changes over the centuries and at different stages of civilization. Man is gradually freed from the absolute power of the environment and as he develops, he begins to use many natural conditions.
13:20 – 13:35 (GMT+3)
13:20 – 13:35 (GMT+3)
The role of education in the formation of ecological culture among young people
Alexander Kerimov | Doctor of Political Sciences, Head of the Department of Philosophy and Political Science of the Ural Institute of Management of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation (RANEPA)
The most serious ecological crisis that struck our planet, made significant adjustments to the relationship between man and nature, forced to rethink all the achievements of world civilization. The connection between the state of nature and the level of ecological culture in the world is not obvious.
13:35 – 17:00 (GMT+3)
13:35 – 17:00 (GMT+3)
COVID-19 Viral Strike as Reality of a Universal Catastrophe: New Scenarios for Political Turns and Economic Disasters
Karlygash Nugmanova | Session moderator
SPEAKERS OF THE VIDEO CONFERENCE: Shabanov Fikret (Vancouver); Piskurev Vladimir Vladimirovich (Moscow); Yakushik Valentin Mikhailovich (Kiev); Ravshan Rinatovich Nazarov (Tashkent); Alasgarov Elkhan (Baku); Kozyulin Vadim Borisovich (Moscow); Petrovsky Petr (Minsk); Dubnov Arkady (Moscow); Rtskhiladze Gulbaat (Tbilisi); Sariev Mars Osmonkulovich (Bishkek); Ergashev Bakhtiyor (Tashkent); Mammadzade Gulnara (Baku); Mariutsa Elina (Geneva, Switzerland - Boston, USA); Gela Vasadze (Tbilisi); Tavadyan Agasi - (Yerevan) Khidoyatzoda Komron (Dushanbe); Jasmann Victor (Germany)
17:00 – 17:20 (GMT+3)
17:00 – 17:20 (GMT+3)
Environmental safety of the South Caucasus
Namik Hasan oglu Aliyev | Doctor of Law, Professor, Head of the Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan
Energy. Non-renewable and renewable energy resources. Water resources. Political and legal aspects of these problems.
17:20 – 17:35 (GMT+3)
17:20 – 17:35 (GMT+3)
The increase in the number and energy of natural disasters as an indicator of global climate change and the geological environment
Elchin Khalilov | Chairman of the International Committee on Global Changes in the Geological and Environment "GEOCHANGE"
In his report Prof. Dr. Elchin Khalilov will touch upon those natural disasters that are directly related to global climate change.
12:00 – 17:00 (GMT+3)
12:00 – 17:00 (GMT+3)
International Conference on the Development of the 2D Code Industry (Seminar on the International Mechanism for Mutual Recognition of the Health Code)
Zhongguancun Institute of Industrial and Information Research Technologies of Two-Dimensional Coding | Foshan City, Guangdong Province, PRC
At the G20 Summit, Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed strengthening policy and standards consistency, creating fast channels and facilitating the orderly exchange of shepherds and personnel. China has proposed the creation of an international mechanism for the mutual recognition of "health codes" based on the results of nucleic acid tests in the form of internationally recognized QR codes. The QR-coding mechanism can be implemented and used in the created International system of accounting (labeling) of goods with cleaned carbon emissions.
17:00 – 17:05 (GMT+3)
17:00 – 17:05 (GMT+3)
Climate change presents financial risk to the global economy
Michael Rubens Bloomberg | Chairman, TCFD Founder, Bloomberg L.P. and Bloomberg Philanthropies
Financial markets need clear, comprehensive, high-quality information on the impacts of climate change. This includes the risks and opportunities presented by rising temperatures, climate-related policy, and emerging technologies in our changing world. The Financial Stability Board created the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) to improve and increase reporting of climate-related financial information.
17:10 – 17:30 (GMT+3)
17:10 – 17:30 (GMT+3)
Breaking the tragedy of the horizon — climate change and financial stability
Mark Carney | Former Governor from 2013 to 2020, Bank of England
Climate change is the Tragedy of the Horizon. We don't need an army of actuaries to tell us that the catastrophic impacts of climate change will be felt beyond the traditional horizons of most actors – imposing a cost on future generations that the current generation has no direct incentive to fix.
17:40 – 18:30 (GMT+3)
17:40 – 18:30 (GMT+3)
The Circular Economy
Julie's Bicycle | Webinar
Switching light-bulbs and ditching plastic straws alone will not help us to achieve the level of change we need to address climate and environmental breakdown. We need new models and system change based on environmental values and principles. The circular economy is one such model. It requires shifting from our current linear 'take-make-use-dispose' economic model, creating waste and toxic flows at each stage of the process, to a new model which designs waste and pollution out of the system, keeps products and materials in use for as long as possible and allows natural systems to regenerate.
18:30 – 18:40 (GMT+3)
18:30 – 18:40 (GMT+3)
Energy parameters of global security: realities and prospects
Bekbolat Almadiev | Head of the Sector of the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Kazakhstan
The global nature of energy security problems dictates the need to create a global energy resource balance management system in the interests of all mankind.
18:40 – 18:42 (GMT+3)
18:40 – 18:42 (GMT+3)
VIEbration the smartshow of ECOSFEERIA
Presented by Katia Patrashkova
VIEbration, an amazing smart show created in Belgium by Didier Bouillon, stages the harmony between man and nature. The opening of consciousness and the starting point of a sustainable future between man and nature.
Today, humanity has no other choice than to evolve in unity through what nature teaches us in its universality. This is the message we want to convey.
18:42 – 18:50 (GMT+3)
18:42 – 18:50 (GMT+3)
Manarbek Kabaziyev
Deputy Chairman of the Governing Board of the Foreign Policy Research Institute
Potential consequences of global climate change for Kazakhstan
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