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In-session workshop on gender-responsive climate policy with a focus on mitigation action and technology development and transfer

In-session workshop on gender-responsive climate policy with a focus
on mitigation action and technology development and transfer

Bonn, Germany
8–9 June 2015

pdf-icon Agenda (553 kB)

Presentations

Workshop report


Day 1: Monday, 8 June 2015

Webcast 8 June

Moderator:  Ms. Veronica Gundu

pdf-icon Summary (88 kB)
Session I: Setting the scene – Terms and concepts in the context of gender responsive policy
10:10-11:15
Meanings and definitions of terms Ms. Bridget Burns pdf-icon Presentation (964 kB)
Examples of gender-responsive climate policies and elements that make them gender responsive Ms. Lorena Aguilar pdf-icon Presentation (781 kB)
Session II: The importance and benefits of mainstreaming gender in mitigation action and technology  development and transfer
11:15-12:45
Mozambique case study: good practice and lessons learned in developing and implementing gender mainstreaming in Mineral Resources and Energy Sector

Ms. Gilda Monjane
Ministry of Energy, Mozambique

 

pdf-icon Presentation (2124 kB)
Integrating Gender into REDD+ Programme in Sudan Dr. Mey Eltayeb Ahmed, Climate Change and Gender Adviser, Sudan pdf-icon Presentation (1115 kB)
Proposal for equitable, climate-proof and sustainable development: a gender sensitive nationally appropriate mitigation action  (NAMA) for the energy sector in Georgia Ms. Nino Gamisonia, Rural Community Development Agency (RCDA), Georgia pdf-icon Presentation (837 kB)
ECOWAS programs addressing Gender and Energy in climate change mitigation Ms. Karin Reiss, Sustainable Energy Expert of UNIDO at the ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE) pdf-icon Presentation (751 kB)

Women as creators of biodiverse forests Ecuadorian Amazon Ancestral System Chakra Ushun Purun.

Ms. Pashpanzhu Vitery, Director, The Kichwa Institute of Biotechnology Sacha Supai (IQBSS) pdf-icon Presentation (1952 kB)


Day 2: Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Webcast 9 June

pdf-icon Summary (109 kB)
Session III: Gender in UNFCCC processes and mechanisms in relation to mitigation action and technology development and transfer – challenges and opportunities

Gender and technology transfer

Mr. Jukka Uosukainen, Director, Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) pdf-icon Presentation (1618 kB)
The Technology Executive Committee: Supporting gender responsive climate policy for technology development and transfer Ms. Elfriede More,  member, Technology Executive Committee (TEC) pdf-icon Presentation (278 kB)
Gender challenges and opportunities
The Role of GCF
Ms. Carolina Fuentes, Secretary to the Board, Green Climate Fund (GCF) pdf-icon Presentation (1025 kB)

The Technology Executive Committee: Supporting gender responsive climate policy for technology development and transfer

Ms. Chizuru Aoki, Lead Environmental Specialist – Multilateral Environmental Agreements, Global Environment Facility (GEF) pdf-icon Presentation (452 kB)
Clean Development Mechanism Incentivizing emission reductions, spurring sustainable development Mr. Olivier Kassi, Alternate member, clean development mechanism (CDM) Executive Board pdf-icon Presentation (280 kB)
Session IV: Enhancing gender-responsiveness in mitigation action and technology development and transfer- challenges and opportunities
Gender-responsive mitigation financing Ms. Liane Schalatek, Associate Director, Heinrich Boell Foundation North America  pdf-icon Speaking notes (171 kB)
Enhancing Gender Responsiveness to Climate Action

Ms. Queensley Ajuyakpe, Programmes Manager Women Environmental Programme (WEP), Nigeria

pdf-icon Presentation (7120 kB)
Improving UNFCCC process to support Parties implementing gender responsive climate policies related to mitigation and technology development and transfer Ms. Aira Kalela, Senior Advisor for gender equality, climate change and sustainable development, Finland  pdf-icon Speaking notes (75 kB)