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The 2009 exhibition of the secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) will focus on how information and communication technologies (ICTs) are helping to increase awareness and to support concrete action on climate change in both developing and developed countries.

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is contributing a special programme of daily "business talks" by leaders in the ICT sector from both developing and developed countries.

Date

Speakers on site / Presentation

Speakers using Tele-presence (TP)/ Presentation
Moderator
7 December- 13H00

Bill Becker
Executive Director of the Presidential Climate Action Project (on behalf of GCI)

Gee Rittenhouse
Vice President of Bell Labs Research
Alcatel-Lucent
(TP from Paris)
Presentation

Arthur Levin,
Telecommunication
Standardization Bureau, ITU

8 December -13H00


Laina Greene
CEO, GETIT, Inc
pdf-icon Presentation

Stefan Henningsson
Director Climate Change WWF

Catalina Mc Gregor
Deputy Champion Green ICT, UK Government
(TP from London)
Presentation

Arthur Levin,
Telecommunication Standardization Bureau, ITU

9 December -13H00


Ben Verwaayen
CEO of Alcatel
(video message)

Leonard Donnelly
Executive Chairman
LocationBridge (LBe)
Smart Digital Economy Networks
pdf-icon Presentation (765 kB)

Silvia Guzmàn Araña
Corporate Director for Environment and Sustainability of Telefónica
(TP from Madrid)

Kevin Grose
Coordinator, Information Services Climate Change Secretariat
UNFCCC

10 December -13H00

Olivier Arino, Senior Advisor and Head of Projects Section in the ESA Earth Observation Directorate, ESA
pdf-icon Presentation

Rob Bernard
Chief Environmental Strategist
Microsoft
pdf-icon Presentation (2767 kB)

Tom Phillips, Chief Government and Regulatory Affairs Officer of GSM Association
(TP from London)

Arthur Levin,
Telecommunication Standardization Bureau, ITU

11 December -13H00

Badri Younes
Deputy-Director, NASA

Salah Eddine Maaoui
Director General
Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU) - video message

Hugh Bradlow
Chief Technology Officer
Telstra Corporation Ltd
(TP from Seattle)

Arthur Levin,
Telecommunication Standardization Bureau, ITU

12 December -13H00

Hugh Bradlow
Chief Technology Officer
Telstra Corporation Ltd
(TP from Seattle)

Chris Tuppen
Chief Sustainability Officer
BT
(TP from London)

Malcolm Johnson, Director, ITU Telecommunication Standardization Bureau
14 December -13H00

David Hsieh
Cisco VP for Emerging Technologies and executive sponsor of our TP sponsorship at COP 15
Presentation

Luis Neves
Chairman,
GeS

Dr. John Halamka
CIO of Harvard Medical School and Caregroup
(TP from Boston)

Malcolm Johnson, Director, ITU Telecommunication Standardization Bureau

15 December -13H00

Ignacio Campino
Vice President
Representative of the Board of Management for Sustainability and Climate Change
Deutsche Telekom
pdf-icon Presentation

Paolo Bertoldi
Action Leader for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Action
European Commission DG JRC
Presentation


Alexander Vassiliev, Radiocommunication Bureau, ITU

16 December -13H00

Hans Vestberg
President and CEO of Ericsson

Ban Ki-moon
Secretary-General
United Nations

Bjorn Stigson
President of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development

Lasse Gustavsson
CEO of World Wild Fund (WWF) Sweden

Jean Reveillon
Secretary-General
European Broadcasting Union (EBU)
(TP from Geneva)

Hamadoun I. Tour
Secretary-General
ITU

17 December -13H00

Michel Jarraud
Secretary General
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

Paul Dickinson, Chief Executive, Carbon Disclosure Project

Stephan Scholz
CTO and Head of Research & Technology Platforms
Nokia
(TP from Helsinki)

Hamadoun I. Touré
Secretary-General,
ITU

18 December -13H00

Simon Jones
Vice Chairman,
Analysys Mason Ltd
Presentation

Marc Fossier
Vice-President and Chief Corporate Social Responsibility Officer for the France Telecom–Orange Group
(TP from Paris)

Eric Jan Bakker
Sales Director Government & NGO Vizada

Kevin Grose
Coordinator, Information Services Climate Change Secretariat
UNFCCC