Action Hub Events at COP 25

Following the success of the Action Hub at COP 24 last year, the COP 25 Chilean Presidency has agreed to include an Action Hub at the UN Climate Change conference to take place 2-13 December in Madrid, Spain. 

This area will be utilized as a dynamic events-space – suitable for non-Party stakeholders to stage digital events, talk-shows, special launch events, competition winners announcements, or varied interactive activities, all of which focus on concrete climate action and giving a voice to the audience. It is important that the orchestration of events in the Action Hub be markedly different from other traditional meetings held at the conference, in both format and content to provide a central scene that is inclusive, participatory and transparent. 

The Action Hub will not only host well-known representatives of businesses, investors, cities, etc., but also include civil society, cultural figures, celebrities and less traditional heads of the climate debate to encourage cross-disciplinary input.

The stage will be webcast, and videos of events will be streamed live before being made available on-demand on the website.

The current schedule (shown below) does not contain all foreseen events: the UN Climate Change secretariat is waiting for some participants' confirmation that their event will be maintained in the new COP location.

This page will be updated regularly, and the Action Hub Schedule will be available on CCTV throughout the conference center, at the Action Hub itself, through the Negotiator App, as well as in the Daily Programme.   

Tuesday 3 December 2019
11.00

Fundación Basura: Waste Does Not Exist

This event will discuss the global waste problem and strategies to solve it, including a demonstration of solutions, including an automatic return machine for beverage containers and a compost bin.

Webcast
14.00

The Media and Climate Action: How Are Public Broadcasting Companies Contributing to Climate Action?

Public broadcasting companies have an enormous awareness-raising potential, as they reach millions of people daily. Listen to one of them - 7 TV of Murcia - and their initiative to promote and support action themselves. “COMPROMETIDOS” (i.e. "committed") aims to raise awareness about the climate disaster happening in the Mar Menor of Spain and the actions being taken to save it.

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15.00

How Businesses Can Maximize Impact on Mitigating Climate Change

St. Stephen Organic Vineyards, based in California and Chile, will present how the establishment of a “eco-friendly” mark, similar to how the “organic” mark work is obtained, regulated, and used, to identify companies legitimately contributing to mitigating climate change

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17.00

Data-Driven Insights for Meaningful Climate Solutions:

Qlik & experts will discuss real-world, data-driven collaborations and actions that are taking place on the front lines in the fight against climate change. Leveraging data-intensive technologies such as AI and machine learning, new predictive models can show which actions drive the most impact to inform the creation and execution of new policies. All examples can be replicated by private sector audience members and city and national government actors for action beyond the session and conference

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Wednesday 4 December 2019
12.00

Step into a Brighter Future: Can Virtual Reality Support Real World Action?

The session will begin with a short introduction to virtual reality (VR) and explore how it can be used for climate action. Using concrete examples the audience will learn how VR has been successfully used for social and environment impact. The event will also present how VR has been used to create behaviour change, and invite the audience to watch some VR experiences themselves

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13.00

EUROCLIMA+ / MobiliseYourCity Community of Practice
Connecting people – Exchanging experience

Presentation and promotion to join to the Latin- America community of practice. The main purpose of the platform is to contribute to accelerate the transition to low-carbon urban mobility through knowledge and experiences sharing, fostering alliances and partnerships, and facilitating capacity building and technical advice

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15.00

Drive Electric Initiative in Ghana

The event will present the innovative initiative of the Energy Commission that could be harnessed to remodel the transport sector to become a low-carbon or carbon-neutral sector promoting clean energy and energy efficiency.

Webcast
16.00

Live Stream Public Launch of TED’s Most Ambitious Initiative to Date: COUNTDOWN.

This live-streamed event will unveil a global campaign designed to bring together climate experts, policy makers, business leaders, thousands of local organizers and millions of citizens to cut net emissions to zero - a countdown to triumph, not disaster. 
Speakers include UNSG António Guterres, Christiana Figueres, Johan Rockström, Former Prime Minister of Bhutan Tshering Tobgay... and expect revelations of how YOU can help us take action.  

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Thursday 5 December 2019
10.00

Opening Ceremony - “Inspiring youth climate stories”

This event will kick-off the “Young and Future Generation Day” at COP 25. It will bring together young leaders from around the world to share inspiring climate action stories.

Webcast
11.00

How to Achieve 1,000 Actions for the Climate?

Three teenagers from Latin America and the Caribbean will carry out a critical analysis of the experience of “1000 actions for a change,” a collective project that challenges the adolescents of the continent to face the climate crisis through concrete, coordinated actions. The presenters will report the achievements and shortcomings of a network of teenagers, made up of members of the most diverse localities of the region, whose objective is the development of joint initiatives related to social and environmental issues.

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12.00

Becoming PLANET Centric

Correos has created a Spanish Planet Loop: how a Global Spanish Company; an expanding State-owned company and environmental start-up invest together in the planet, fostering micro and macro offsetting using block chain technology

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13.00

Innovation of the Energy Transition

The session led by IRENA aims to provide examples to current innovations, either under development or already in use, in different settings across the globe. This TED-talk style presentation will include a Q&A/discussion with the audience of the Action Hub

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14.00

Voluntary Carbon Management Programs – a Contribution to Mitigation Through the Carbon Markets

Through film screenings and short chats about the voluntary carbon management programs developed by Chile, Costa Rica and Australia, as well as the UNFCCC secretariat’s Climate Neutral Now initiative, this event will present ways the private sector can engage in climate action

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15.00

Cities in the Energy Transition

Through their planning processes, cities can integrate renewable energy, alongside energy efficiency, into urban planning, municipal policies and regulation, purchasing renewables for public buildings and enabling citizens, businesses and other actors to scale up renewables. In return, renewables can support cities in achieving objectives that go beyond providing energy services such as creating cleaner, more livable, and sustainable cities while promoting security, and a better quality of life.This event will showcase innovative examples of city energy transitions that could be replicated by others

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16.00

Climate Action Visions from Girls: Two Perspectives

Face-to-face dialogue between two activists moderated by a third party, who will ask questions to guide the debate. The event seeks to be an unprecedented and unique experience aiming to showcase and put in perspective multiple visions about climate crisis and its impact on society, from youth from the Global North and South

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17.00

How to Find Who Is Driving Climate Action in Latin America?

At this event, Fundación Avina and CAN-LA will present two online tools (a map of climate action targets and a database of climate action networks) developed by ActionLAC to search who is taking climate action in Latin America

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18.00

Award Ceremony Global Youth Video Competition 2019 - “Youth Leading Climate Action”

This inspirational ceremony will screen top videos by youth and present awards to winners in the three competition categories: Cities and local action to combat climate change; Nature-based solutions for food and human health; and Balancing use of land for people and ecosystems.
This year over 400 videos were submitted by young people between the ages of 18 and 30 from 114 countries. The COY 15 organizers will also receive a climate recognition. Awards will be presented by the Spanish Minister of Environment, UNFCCC Deputy Executive Secretary, UNCBD, GEF, UNDP/SGP, BNP Paribas Foundation, Climate Youth Climate Report.

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Friday 6 December 2019
10.00

SCIENCE for Our Future Uncompromised

This event is unprecedented in the 50 years of UN Climate Conferences: presentation of the science required for 197 nation international agreement to realize the UN objectives of sustainable development including holding global warming to 1.5°C / 2°C. The presentation will include 197 nation Party’s per capita natural resource consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and the reductions required to stay within the science limits, by responsibility and capability. The event is also unique in its inclusion of science student speakers.

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11.00

When Youth Creates Its Own Future - Focus on Climate Technology

With this event, the CTCN will highlight youth engagement in climate processes and their role as innovators and climate tech entrepreneurs, through an interactive quiz and the analysis of its results, or showcasing an entrepreneurship success story. They will finally explore what the next steps could be to support youth engagement in these processes

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12.00

Fostering Investment in Climate-Smart Agriculture Through Innovative Engagement in Sub-Saharan Africa

The event will showcase the use of theatre as an innovative policy engagement approach. Experience from Sub-Saharan Africa shows that participatory theatre enables community participation in developing CSA solutions, and can inform investment decisions. Drawing on the latest scientific evidence in investment prioritization, a theatre performance will showcase how such participatory approaches can inform investment decisions, and time will be allocated to the audience to participate and raise questions or provide comments. 

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13.00 

Youth-CEO Climate Dialogue - Where Is My Money Going?

A creative one-on-one “speed dating” session between young people and CEOs with the moral imperative to consider “responsible investments”  and encourage “environment, social and governance” as sustainable measure to financing projects. The session will comprise 5  groups with 5 topics per group, including CSR, positioning, accountability, scaling, and impact

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14.00

Climate Neutral Now: A Showcase of Voluntary Climate Action by the Private Sector

Listen to leading private sector organizations taking voluntary action through a three-step approach: measure, reduce and offset. Learn about how these approaches are implemented in three very different sectors: sports (with a La Liga first division Spanish soccer club), architecture and design (through a first-class architecture firm), and airports
(through a dedicated sector-wide program)

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15.00

What Is Gender-Responsive Adaptation Really About? 

In this session, the International Institute for Sustainable Development will create a lively debate between two experts on a critical issue related to gender-responsive adaptation, followed by an interactive discussion with the audience. The audience will decide on the winner based on what they consider to be the best arguments. Following the debate, the audience will be asked to share their views and will also be invited to ask questions to the experts. 

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16.00

Aquatic Nature-Based Solutions: Adapting to Climate Change & Delivering Multiple Benefits Across Sectors

With this event, the Secretariat of the Global Alliances for Water and Climate and partners will lead a "TED-talk" style event on the interconnected challenges of aquatic biodiversity and climate change, and on how Nature-based Solutions can address both. They will showcase in addition the pilot of a project based on natural solutions and seek for an interactive exchange with the audience

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17.00

Greenpoint EARTH NYC 2019 Film Premiere: Street Art Advertisements for Planet EARTH That Empower Communities to Achieve Climate Goals. 

Greenpoint Innovations (GPI) has teamed up with internationally-acclaimed muralists and an unorthodox composition of local and global collaborators: companies, governments, nonprofit organizations, and influencers, to create advertisements for everyone’s most important client: Planet EARTH, about the interconnected themes of nature, people, and climate

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Saturday 7 December
10.00

Embodied Carbon and the Paris Agreement, a Methodology for the Construction Sector

A short talk that focuses on the power of science and a multidisciplinary approach to the challenges that the built environment is facing and the solutions it is putting forward to comply with the Paris Agreement

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11.00

Playing for the Planet: How the Gaming Industry Is Stepping up to the Climate Challenge

Key members of the Alliance from the Gaming Industry will share their contributions to address the climate challenge. Ubisoft will demonstrate a game, Sony will share news about their new commitments to combat climate change and present research they have undertaken, and Microsoft will present their Minecraft case and possible wider climate  commitments

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12.00

WOODSTOCK – Back to the Garden science

A half-million got to Woodstock, 3 million tried to, billions have seen the film. Showing clips from his landmark movie Oscar-winning director and scientist Michael Wadleigh will review the 50 year movement to stop destruction of nature – “we’re caught in the Devil’s bargain” – and the unprecedented science action required today to get “Back to the Garden”, to actually realize the UN Objectives of sustainable development, including holding global warming to 1.5°C / 2°C and stop imminent social-economic collapse.

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13.00

A Sustainable Travel Utopia

This event is to take the form of a workshop, to consist in an interactive exercise for participants to create and share their personal sustainable travel utopia. The session will aim at reflecting on a philosophically minded question: what should the future of sustainable travel be like?

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14.00

“The Time for Nature is Now” - an Intergenerational Call to Action

Nature4Climate, in partnership with Youth4Nature, will organize a rally for natural climate solutions at the Action Hub. The rally will feature a call to action through a series of short high energy TED-style presentations reflecting on the progress made in the past year and provide an intergenerational rallying cry for what comes next for nature-based solutions. Intergenerational speakers will spell out essential strategies to deliver the scale up of natural climate solutions and how they can both stop biodiversity decline and deliver the Sustainable Development Goals. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of radical collaboration, finding innovative ways of working together, across generations, across sectors to deliver action in the new decade and beyond.

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15.00

Gender and Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport

This event will discuss the role of gender in low carbon transport action and contribute to the UNFCCC Gender Action Plan, by outlining the current situation of commuting in and travel for women in different parts of the world and their role in enabling transport decarbonisation

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16.00

When the Skies Run Dry

The new film "When skies ran dry," produced by Dr. Patrick Augenstein, responds to the following questions: How can we more actively prepare for drought on a planet more radically altered by humans than ever before? What’s causing drought in the Anthropocene and how do we address the risks and challenges it brings? The filmmakers visit some of the regions affected and altered by drought, speaking to farmers, water managers, scientists and policy makers.
This event proposes to screen a short film followed by an interactive debate involving the audience

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17.00

Are Universities Teaching the Future?

Representing more than 4.5 million students worldwide, networks and institutions of higher and further education have joined forces and have signed the Global Climate Letter which is being presented at #COP25. In this session, three students quiz presidents of universities that have signed the letter to explore how our education systems can deliver on climate action

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Monday 9 December 2019
10.00

Architect of Change – Tic Toc Song Presentation

The group Architect of Change will present a song specially produced for COP 25.

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11.00

Approaching the Shift of Financial Flows per Article 2.1.c of the Paris Agreement
(Part II of Climate Finance Series)

Moderated by Lord Nicholas Stern, this event deals with shifting global financial flows to net-zero carbon, climate-resilient development in line with Article 2.1.c of the Paris Agreement, which is a major undertaking for actors within the climate finance architecture. 

Note: this is part II of a series of two events. Part I emphasizes the key role of public finance in the context of the new climate goal.

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12.00

Business Ambition for 1.5°C and a Just Transition to a Net-Zero Emissions Economy

This TED-talk style event will showcase businesses – both small and large – that have committed to align their operations with the 1.5°C target and are working toward a Just Transition to a net-zero-carbon economy: the 1.5°C Science-Based Targets Pledge, the ICC Chambers Climate Coalition and the Just Transition Pledge will be presented to demonstrate the significant mobilisation of business taking climate action with the aim of inspiring other business leaders to join this ambition alliance and also send a clear message to policymakers of the need to work with business to enhance their NDCs in 2020

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13.00

Sowing Seeds: How Girls’ Education Catalyses Climate Action in Rural Africa

This talk-show style event will feature a lively discussion between the two participants, Esnath Divasoni and Catherine Boyce, a live demonstration of climate-smart techniques, video footage of Esnath’s fellow African women leaders in the CAMFED Association (CAMA) in rural Africa, as well as an audience Q&A session. 

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14.00

Zero Hour: Citizen Mobilization for Climate Action

Listen to three leading organizations working to make everyday climate action by citizens interesting, easy, even profitable. From Korea and China to Sweden and Finland, learn how you can take every day climate action through gamified approaches and through your bank accounts and credit cards, for free and even for profit!

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15.00

Financing for Climate Friendly Investment Special Event

Organized by the UN Climate Change's Momentum for Change initiative, in partnership with the World Economic Forum Global Project on Climate Change, this event will recognize how innovation is playing a key role in unlocking financial resources, resulting in greater institutional capacity to fund activities that promote low-carbon growth and highly resilient communities. It will showcase the three winning projects of the 2019 UN Global Climate Action Award, under the Financing for Climate Friendly Investment focus area

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16.00

The Gender & Climate Quiz

This event will ask from participants of the action hub to play a game: through this quiz, they can learn about gender roles and power relations as well as about the gender and climate change nexus.

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17.00

 Is Climate Financing for Cities Going Mainstream?

As the former Mayor of Quito and current Visiting Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, Mauricio Rodas will provide insights in this TED-talk style event on feasible financing alternatives and disruptive ideas for materializing crucial climate-resilient projects in cities, and prompt the audience with a poll throughout the event. 

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Tuesday 10 December 2019
8.45

Unite Behind The Science event with Greta Thunberg and Luisa Neubauer

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10.00

Fashion Charter on Climate Action – How to Mobilize the Fashion Industry in Support to the Paris Agreement

Since the UN Climate Change's call for action about two years ago, the Fashion Industry has responded with the Fashion Charter for Climate Action. The Charter aligns the Industry behind 16 commitments and has grown to over 100 signatories within less than a year. Stefan Seidel and Laila Petrie will outline the strategic road map of the Charter and how this it will help the sector to reach the goals of the Paris Agreement

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11.00

Greening the Blue : How is the UN System responding to the climate and ecological emergency

The UN Environment Programme, in collaboration with the UN Climate Change secretariat, will  present the actions and achievements of the United Nations system to become sustainable and climate neutral, following a mandate by the Secretary General. A conversation between a youth representative and UN Environment Programme’s Executive Director will let the audience learn about the UN System’s efforts, goals, challenges and current status to walk the talk as described in the annual Greening the Blue report.

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11:30

Launch of GCoM Phase II through recommitted partnership between Bloomberg Philanthropies and the European Commission

The Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy (GCoM) will host a press announcement with GCoM Co-Chair Michael R. Bloomberg and European Commission Executive Vice-President for the European Green Deal Frans Timmermans on the next phase of the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy.
The Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy (GCoM) is the largest global alliance for city climate leadership, uniting a global coalition of over 10,000 cities and local governments. 

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12.00

Women for Results Special Event

Organized by UN Climate Change’s Momentum for Change initiative, in collaboration with donors supporting the implementation of the UNFCCC Gender Action Plan (GAP), this event will be part of a full day of programming in honour of Gender Day, to show how women are leading the way on climate action worldwide. This event will showcase the four winning projects of the 2019 UN Global Climate Action Award under the Women for Results focus area

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13.00

What We Owe Future Generations.
Sharing Knowledge and Actions Between the Youth Movement and the Private Sector

The environmental inheritance left for future generations doesn’t have to be dire. Join us for a conversation about what we owe future generations, and how the energy and ideas of youth can inform the knowledge and power of experience. Dr. Patrick Brown, CEO and founder of plant-based meat company Impossible Foods, will speak with Salina Abraham, Senior Learning Officer at Global Landscapes Forum and  youth advocate for climate and biodiversity action, about what is needed and what can be done to address food system sustainability and leave a better world for Generation Climate Change

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14.00

Planet Loyalty – New Tools for Climate Action Shaping New Consumer Behavior

A cross cutting TED-style talk that entertains and enlightens around creating new forms of loyalty by solving the most pressing issues of our time: this event will highlight how thought leaders and cutting edge brands are connecting consumer behavior to actionable tools to create sustainable change and shape a new form of loyalty

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15.00

Innovative Access to Energy for Climate and Local Development 

Two representatives of the Electriciens Sans Frontières will present the innovative solution developed in Dominica: solar powered health centers, helping its trajectory to become a climate resilient small island developing state, and the opportunities offered for both human and planetary health. Another innovative solution will be showcased: Café Lumière, a multi-services energy platform, mainly powered by solar energy, to help make access to energy a reality for the billion people still left out currently

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17.00

Experiences in Thermoelectricity and Climate Action

This event will take the form of a talk show, including a prototype demonstration of a thermoelectric system to power an illuminated fan. After explaining the basic operation of the system, various prototypes installed in the industry will be presented, identifying the current opportunities and limitations of thermoelectric technology as well as its possibilities of affordability, replicability and scalability to allow to achieve the objectives of the Paris Agreement and for climate change mitigation.

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18:00

Global Climate Action Award Ceremony

This marquee event is a moment of celebration  at COP 25 to recognize the 15 winners of the 2019 UN Global Climate Action Award. This event is expected to be one of the most dynamic and exciting events at COP 25, with inspiring speakers, videos, photography, and a musical performance

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Wednesday 11 December 2019
10.00

Planetary Health Special Event

Organized by the UN Climate Change secretariat’s Momentum for Change initiative, and supported by The Rockefeller Foundation, this event focuses on novel solutions by communities, cities, companies, NGOs, and other institutions that balance the need for healthy communities with the stewardship of natural ecosystems. This event will showcase the four winning projects of the 2019 UN Global Climate Action Awards, under the Planetary Health focus area.

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11:00

A Dialogue for a Possible Amazon

Following a video of the initiative “Possible Amazon”, this event will feature an interactive discussion on how the private sector can contribute to the conservation of the Amazon.

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12.00

From Climate Neutral to Climate Positive

Climate neutral is not enough anymore to reach the 1.5 degree target. What would a global standard for climate positive products and services look like? The event organized by MAX Burgers will attempt to address this question through: a short key note from MAX presenting the world’s first climate positive menu, a highly interactive voting session open for all participants on the suggestions for criteria’s for Climate Positive Products, and a number of policy experts reacting to the voting results.

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13.00

SCIENCE for Our Future Uncompromised

This event is unprecedented in the 50 years of UN Climate Conferences: presentation of the science required for 197 nation international agreement to realize the UN objectives of sustainable development including holding global warming to 1.5°C / 2°C. The presentation will include 197 nation Party’s per capita natural resource consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and the reductions required to stay within the science limits, by responsibility and capability. The event is also unique in its inclusion of science student speakers.

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14.00

The Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary (MAPS): For People, Energy, Nature and Hope

This short TED-talk style event will present MAPS. MAPS is a profoundly practical, effective and immediate response to protect the Arctic Ocean, so as to help stabilize global weather patterns, protect biodiversity, and re-balance ecosystems to ensure availability of food and other needed resources to survive. The audience is encouraged to engage through questions, reflection and a strong call to action to protect the Arctic Ocean. 

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16.00

Changing the World- One Wave at a Time

Green energy entrepreneur and winner of the Climate Action Award by the UN,  Inna Braverman delivers passionate, inspiring, and informative talks on the untapped potential of ocean wave energy and her own experiences as a young female entrepreneur navigating a male-dominated industry. The founder of Eco Wave Power and the world’s first commercially viable wave plant, Braverman explains in plain English how her power plants harness energy from ocean and sea waves to produce accessible clean electricity, and the advantages this technology holds in comparison to more established forms of alternative energy such as solar and wind

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17.00

World War Zero – by former secretary John Kerry

Former Secretary of States John Kerry will speak at the Action Hub about World War Zero, a coalition of people who are committed to addressing the climate crisis 

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Thursday 12 December 2019
10.00

Climate Neutral Now Special Event

Organized by the UN Climate Change’s Momentum for Change initiative, in collaboration with the secretariat’s Climate Neutral Now initiative, this event will recognize efforts by companies that are achieving real results in transitioning to climate neutrality. This event will showcase the four winning projects of the 2019 UN Global Climate Action Awards, under the Climate Neutral Now focus area

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11.00

Achieving Climate Justice Through Education: Young Climathon in Chile.

In the middle of the recent Chilean social movement, a team of experts immersed in the social and ecological problems of Linares, one of the poorest cities in the country, and with the support of Climate KIC and local NGOs, developed a full day session of co-­creation of solutions for the green spaces’ inequality issues that the city faces. The session will show the outputs of this work, and how climate injustice can be tacked from below, from urban activism, and how the creative power the new generations can contribute to the solution

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12.00

Bringing People Together for Climate: The Role of the Events Industry

Events contribute significantly to global GHG emissions, but without getting people together across the world, progress on climate action - and almost any other human activity - is not possible. So, how do we make events more sustainable? Listen to the Events Council International and some of their members, who are already working towards this goal.

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14:00

Inspiring Action with the En-ROADS Climate Solutions Simulator

This event will present En-ROADS, the newest system dynamics model developed by MIT Sloan and Climate Interactive that lets people test out their assumptions in land use agriculture, energy, economics and how our policies impact the future climate outcomes. This scientifically grounded tool enables anyone to explore climate solutions and forge meaningful conversation on addressing climate change.

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15.00

Courage and Commitment for the Climate – Surfing, Sustainability, and Sports For Climate Action

This event will propose an engaging discussion and description of the importance of the climate on our ocean, the impacts on surfing, and the World Surf League’s initiative to go carbon neutral as part of the UN Sports For Climate Action framework. 

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16.00

Q&A session on the Regional Climate Weeks

This event is meant to provide a space for the audience to ask questions and information about the Regional Climate Weeks in Africa, Latin-America and the Caribbean (LAC), Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

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17.00

The 2051 Munich Climate Conference

The event organized by theater-makers will propose a journey through time to its audience. At the early-2021 three-day academic conference in Munich, which will be a highly participatory event open to the public, a fictional situation is set for the conference to look back from the year 2051 on the time when the Paris Agreement took effect. The event aims to understand and promote science and decision making in a future past: today

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