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COP - ¿De qué se trata?
La respuesta política internacional al cambio climático comenzó con la adopción de la Convención Marco en 1992, que establece un marco de acción cuyo objetivo es la estabilización de las concentraciones atmosféricas de gases de efecto invernadero (GEI) para evitar "interferencias antropogénicas peligrosas en el sistema climático". La Convención, que entró en vigor el 21 de marzo de 1994, ahora cuenta con 195 partes.
Polonia - COP 19 Conclusión - 27 horas después de su hora de cierre programado, la reunión adoptó una decisión ADP que invita a las partes a iniciar o intensificar los preparativos nacionales para sus contribuciones destinadas determinados a nivel nacional.
09.00 – 09.45 Desayuno & Workshops - Presentado por ISA
10.00 – 11.30 Panel 1 – Poner un precio al carbono
- Achim Steiner, Executive Director, UNEP
- H.E. Mr. Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, Minister of the Environment, Peru, and host of COP20
- Jose Guerra, Minister of Environment, Mexico.
11.30 – 12.00 Break de Networking – Presentado por Climate KIC
12.00 – 12.20 Climate Leader Insight 1
12.20 – 13.20 Panel 2: Estrategias de inversión sostenible
- Jonathan Taylor, Vice-President responsible for Environment and Climate Action, European Investment Bank (EIB)
- Luis Enrique Berrizbeitia, Executive Vice President, Banco de Desarrollo de America Latina (CAF)
- Remco Fischer, Programme Officer, Climate Change, UNEP-FI
13.20 – 14.20 Almuerzo de Networking – Prsentado por Think.Eat.Save
14.20 – 14.30 Climate Leader Insight 2
Alessandra Marinheiro, Chief Executive Officer, ContourGlobal Latam
14.30 – 15.30 Panel 3: ‘La ciudad sin carbono’: Activación de Urbanización Sostenible
- Moderadora: Jane Burston, Future of Urbanisation Global Agenda Council of the World Economic Forum
- Glenn Schmidt, Head of Steering Government Affairs, BMW Group
- Iris Flacco, Department of Environment and Energy, Regione Abruzzo
15.30 – 15.40 Climate Leader Insight 3 - Sealed Air
15.40 – 16.10 Break de Networking – Presentado por Sealed Air
16.10 – 17.10 Panel 4: El logro de un paisaje rural con bajo Carbono
- Andreas Maselli, Head of EMEA Agricultural Implement Business, New Holland Agriculture
- Luis Fernando Alarcón, Chief Executive Officer, ISA
17.10 – 17.20 Climate Leader Insight 4
17.20 – 18.00 Panel de Clausura
18.00 – 19.30 Recepción de Networking
Vea la agenda completa en Inglés aquí: http://www.cop20lima.org/agenda
Registrese para asistir al Sustainable Innovation Forum: http://www.cop20lima.org/register
- La combinación perfecta de participantes del sector privado y del gobierno, para optimizar el compromiso
- Asistentes de todo el mundo
- Conferencias de alto nivel con debates plenarios
- Agenda de negocios, cultural y política dividida por sesiones en el día
- Zonas de Networking para generar alizanzas con las personas que necesita conocer
- Workshops y sesiones individuales para aprendizaje intensivo y creación de asociaciones
Latin America is rapidly becoming a global arena for cleantech innovation as international companies head for the region to partner with a rapidly growing local green sector.
This exciting webinar features leading experts from Climate Action, LatinoAmerica Renovable, GreenMomentum Inc. and AVINA that teamed up to discuss in depth Latin America’s green space, finance projects such as Clean Technology Fund, Green Growth Initiative and other investment opportunities in the sector.
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Length: 58 minutes Recording Date: September 2014
12th November 2014
9am Peru | 2pm London | 2pm Bonn |10am New York
“The litmus test of success in Lima will be a clear draft of the universal agreement, a shared determination by all to deliver significant national contributions to build a low carbon resilient future, initial capitalisation of the Green Climate Fund, and the mobilisation of a broad coalition of actors turning potential into reality on the ground without delay."
- Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary, UNFCCC
COP20 in Lima this December is the foremost and final opportunity for global nations to draft a universal agreement on climate change before a definitive commitment in Paris in 2015.
Organiser of the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2014, Climate Action, in partnership with Peru2021, UNFCCC and Ministerio del Ambiente Peru is hosting a live webinar to discuss what to expect from COP20, potential pathways to success and how this will affect COP21 in Paris next year.
Register your place to hear exclusive insights from Richard Kinley, Deputy Executive Secretary, UNFCCC and Henri Le Bienvenu, General Manager of Peru 2021.
Climate Action Director, Claire Poole, will curate the discussion around the draft needed for agreement in Paris, national contributions, sustainable innovation, climate finance and the need for collaboration between all stakeholders to mobilize real action.
We want you to be part of this conversation. The webinar is designed to be interactive, and your voice is critical to this dialogue. Please follow us at @Climate_Action_ and share your comments and questions via #SIFCOP20.
This webinar is brought to you by the organisers of Sustainable Innovation Forum 2014, December 9, www.cop20lima.org.
REGISTER – registrations opens Monday, October 27.
This is a must attend webinar for:
This is a live online event that will be broadcast at 9am Peru time and lasts for 45 minutes.
If you are unable to attend the live event on November 12, please register anyway as you will receive the recording via email after the event has taken place.
REGISTER – registrations opens Monday, October 27.
Find out more at www.cop21paris.org
A curated evening networking reception brought to you by Climate Action and The Gold Standard Foundation
In the last two years, 100 million+ people globally have migrated to cities and by 2050, they will house up to three quarters of the worlds population. As such, the role of cities in climate mitigation and adaptation is crucial; however climate finance has largely failed to reach these ever growing urban environments.
This high level evening, fittingly hosted in one of the most populous cities in the world, will focus on how investment can be effectively mobilised to support integrated, and socially responsible, low carbon urban development programmes that can be replicated worldwide. Keynote speakers and networking discussions will drill down specifically to the factors needed to secure investment, using examples such as the cities of Delhi, Colombo and Sakarya to demonstrate the work cities are already implementing to become more sustainable and resilient.
Press conference: This meeting is co-hosted by Climate Action, the organisers of Sustainable Innovation Forum to be held during UNFCCC COP20 in Lima on 9th December. As an adjunct to the discussions, this evening will also mark the official initiative launch for 2014.
Date: Sunday, 21st September 2014
Time: 6.30-8.30 pm
Venue: Soho House
For press enquiries and invitation requests please contact: Agnes Gradzewicz, Head of Marketing on firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Our Minister was really pleased with his participation in the Sustainable Innovation Forum… I want to congratulate your SIF team for the organisation of this event.” Walter Vergara, Chief, Climate Change and Sustainability Division (INE/CCS), Inter- American Development Bank
Now in its 5th year, the Sustainable Innovation Forum has become the largest and most influential business-governmental conference alongside the official COP20 process. This year’s forum brings together leaders from business, government and international NGOs to provide insight and share best practice on a range of discussion areas including energy, sustainable partnerships, technology and innovation and the critical debates around food and water security.
How can you get involved?
“The UNEP Sustainable Innovation Forum was by far the most interesting and dynamic side event at COP19. Panelists had very different perspectives on issues, and were leaders in their fields, which made for lively debate. It’s also great to see so many organisations that are getting on and doing something – and not waiting for the negotiations down the road to come up with an agreement before they act.” Jane Burston, Head of Centre for Carbon Measurement,National Physical Laboratory
The purpose of the forum is to debate the actions, and showcase the technologies and solutions that can accelerate sustainable green growth and drive the global green economy. The forum also provides a unique platform for senior delegates from business, government and the not-for-profit sector to come together and build productive partnerships within the wider sustainability agenda.
Organised on behalf of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) alongside the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COP), the forum generates robust debate and shares ideas, technology and solutions that can be turned into positive actions to climate-proof the post-2015 development agenda.
Debate and discussion will cover a range of pivotal issues within the climate change and sustainability agendas including energy transitions, low carbon infrastructures, technology innovation and transfer, partnerships, and sustainable urban growth.
How can you get involved?
“We need champions and leadership. New partnerships need to come forward to make a difference. Most importantly we must listen to what change mechanisms are to respond to the policies in hand.” Sandrine Dixson-Declève, Director, EU CLG and Executive Director, European Green Growth Group of Ministers
Find out what business leaders, policymakers and UN officials tell us why private and public sector should care about tackling climate change:
Professor Karl Rose, Senior Director of Policy and Scenarios, World Energy Council, spoke to Climate Action at the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2013 alongside COP19 in Warsaw, Poland.
Joan MacNaughton, Executive Chair of the Energy Trilemma, World Energy Council spoke to Climate Action at the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2013 alongside COP19 in Warsaw, Poland.
John Warburton, Senior Coordination Officer of Operations outside the EU at EIB, alongside COP19 in Warsaw, Poland.
Niall Dunne, the Chief Sustainability Officer at BT, spoke to Climate Action at the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2013 alongside COP19 in Warsaw, Poland.
Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Minister for Environment and Climate Change, Scottish Government spoke to Climate Action at the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2013 alongside COP19 in Warsaw, Poland.
Steve Howard, Chief Stunainabilty Officer of the IKEA Group spoke to Climate Action at the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2013 alongside COP19 in Warsaw, Poland.
Fore more exclusive Climate Leaders' interviews, please visit www.climateactionprogramme.org.
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Located in Lima’s vibrant financial and shopping district, the hotel is just 15 kilometres from Jorge Chávez International Airport and minutes from a dazzling selection of restaurants, galleries, and parks as well as banks and corporate headquarters.
Hotel is located in the heart of San Isidro, the city’s financial, cultural, and shopping district. Amid major corporate headquarters and embassies you will also discover nearby art galleries, boutiques, and restaurants. Lush greenery and wide-open plazas add immeasurably to the ambience of this vibrant neighborhood. Enjoy a stroll through Olivar Park, home to centuries-old olive trees or a walking tour of the city’s modern and traditional architectural gems.
Two of Lima’s major department stores, Ripley and Saga Falabella, are just three blocks from our front door. Barranco, Larcomar, and Miraflores are also favored destinations for shopping and relaxation by the sea. Nearby museums and historic sites include Museo Larco, where you may spend time exploring the most complete collection of Peru’s pre-Columbian gold and silver work. Museo Nacional presents a wide selection of Inca art and Museo Presbitero Maestro is a magnificent cemetery where you can wander through 200 years of history amid hundreds of elaborate monuments. Also nearby are Huaca Pucllana and Pachacamac ruins, revealing an Inca city built to honor a Pachacamac god.
• Lima Water Fountains 3.3 km/2.0 miles
• Museo de Oro de Lima 9.3 km/5.8 miles
• Museo Larco (Pre-Inka Art Collection) 10.3 km/6.4 miles
• Cathedral 6.0 km/3.7 miles
• Deloitte 0.1 km/0.1 miles
• PricewaterhouseCoopers 0.1 km/0.1 miles
• Coca Cola 0.1 km/0.1 miles
• BBVA 0.5 km/0.3 miles
• Claro 0.5 km/0.3 miles
• Nextel 0.5 km/0.3 miles
• Citibank 1.0 km/0.6 miles
• Repsol 5.0 km/3.1 miles
• Alcatel 10.0 km/6.2 miles
• EDEGEL 10.0 km/6.2 miles
• Intel 10.0 km/6.2 miles
• Nokia 10.0 km/6.2 miles
• Embassy of Spain 1.8 km/1.1 miles
• Embassy of Chile 1.8 km/1.1 miles
• Embassy of Columbia 3.0 km/1.9 miles
• Huaca Pucllana 3.6 km/2.2 miles
COP - What’s it all about?
The international political response to climate change began with the adoption of the UNFCCC in 1992, which sets out a framework for action aimed at stabilising atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases (GHGs) to avoid “dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system.” The Convention, which entered into force on 21 March 1994, now has 195 parties.
Poland – COP 19 Conclusion - 27 hours after its scheduled closing time, the meeting adopted an ADP decision that invites parties to initiate or intensify domestic preparations for their intended nationally-determined contributions, and resolves to accelerate the full implementation of the Bali Action Plan and pre-2020 ambition. Parties also adopted a decision establishing the Warsaw international mechanism on loss and damage, and the “Warsaw REDD+ framework,” a series of seven decisions on REDD+ finance, institutional arrangements and methodological issues.
In Poland last year, the conference drew over 8,300 participants, including 4,022 government officials, 3,695 representatives of UN bodies and agencies, intergovernmental organizations and civil society organizations, and 658 members of the media. This year in Peru we are also expecting a high number of participants at COP20, as Peru is cautiously vocal that Lima should produce a draft agreement for the text. COP20 President and Peruvian Minister of the Environment Manuel Pulgar-Vidal said at a Brown University conference that COP20 needs to provide a solid basis for a strong agreement in Paris.
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How can you get involved?
Join the Sustainable Innovation Forum that brings together world leaders, CEOs, senior executives, national, regional and city leaders, investors and industry experts to share ideas and accelerate innovative solutions to address climate change, accelerate green growth and sustainable development. With its unique informative but relaxed environment, the Sustainable Innovation Forum facilitates collaboration through networking, informed discussion and the creation of innovative partnerships for change.
Organised by Climate Action, in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) alongside the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COP), the forum generates robust debate and shares ideas, technology and solutions that can be turned into positive actions to climate-proof the post-2015 development agenda.
The 2014 Sustainable Innovation Forum will focus on the big issues at play to tackle climate change right now. Putting a price on carbon and enhancing public-private sector engagement.
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Lima - World Heritage Site
In the north is the city of Caral, the oldest civilization of America, and to the south is the Archaeological Complex of Pachacamac. Lima’s history predates the colonial presence in the country. The establishment of the viceroyalty transformed the city into the main political and administrative center of South America. During this period, significant churches, monasteries, mansions and balconies were built. The arrival of modernity didn’t transform the historic center, which is recognized as a World Heritage Site.
See more at: http://www.peru.travel/where-to-go/lima.aspx
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Peru is a basically free country of access. Most countries of America and Western Europe do not require tourism visa for entering Peru, and the maximum time of stay that is granted by the authorities is 183 days (it cannot be extended).
For a longer stay for other purposes (business, study, work, etc.) it is necessary to previously request the pertinent visa to the Peruvian consulates. For entering Peru, it is an essential requirement to present the passport in force. Citizens from Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, Venezuela and Chile may enter with their national document card.
To find out if you need a visa, click here: www.rree.gob.pe/SitePages/home.aspx.
Now in its fifth year, the Sustainable Innovation Forum brings together world leaders, CEOs, senior executives, national, regional and city leaders, investors and industry experts to share ideas and accelerate innovative solutions to address climate change, accelerate green growth and sustainable development. With its unique informative but relaxed environment, the Sustainable Innovation Forum facilitates collaboration through networking, informed discussion and the creation of innovative partnerships for change.
2013 Event Report
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Who will be attending this year?
This year the Forum will bring together 350+ selected global leaders from business, government, finance and NGOs to catalyse innovation, with the aim of accelerating sustainable development.
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Sustainable Innovation Forum is an annual event brought to you by Climate Action. Established in 2007 and headquartered in London, UK, Climate Action has, for the last seven years, worked in a unique, contractual partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) – the world’s foremost body on environmental protection and stewardship.
Climate Action establishes and builds partnerships between business, government and public bodies to accelerate international sustainable development and advance the ‘green economy’.
We do this by providing a global media and events platform across which stakeholders can share knowledge, technologies and expertise, and identify innovative solutions to the challenges faced by climate change and a growing population.
For our partners and supporters we help engage the private sector, bringing innovations, technologies and finance to the debate.
For our clients we help generate profitable business opportunities and partnerships, provide top-level access to emerging markets and reinforce their commitment to, and their position as leaders within, the global sustainability industry.
Achim Steiner, Executive Director, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
spoke to Climate Action at the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2013 alongside COP19 in Warsaw, Poland.
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The Sustainable Innovation Forum provides a platform for world leading media partners to gain direct exposure to high level professionals. Our media partnership packages are tailored to suit various objectives by offering you the opportunity to:
• Gain exposure on the printed event related materials and on the event website
• Meet face to face with industry leaders
• Promote and distribute your publication on site
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• Receive press passes to attend and cover the event
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Press Registration – Media Centre Access
Register your interest in attending Sustainable Innovation Forum today for the opportunity to meet with government officials and world leaders and provide your readers with the most current updates in the industry. Please register your interest online or contact Agnes Gradzewicz.
All journalists and bloggers will get the chance to interview world leaders and government representatives in our media centre. To gain the access please register for press pass.
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“Congratulations on a fantastic event, probably the best at COP19”
Walter Vergara, Chief, Climate Change and Sustainability Division, Inter-American Development Bank
“Great event, I thoroughly enjoyed the networking”
Niall Dunne, Chief Sustainability Officer, BT
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