Australian charity OzHarvest to highlight global food waste at the Sustainable Innovation Forum
OzHarvest, Australia’s leading food rescue charity, is taking its message on stopping global food waste to the international stage at this year’s Sustainable Innovation Forum 2014 (SIF) in Lima, Peru.
When the 350+ delegates convene at the SIF - held at the margins of the UNFCCC Climate Change Conference, or COP20 - on 9 December, they will be treated to a lunch banquet with a ‘rescued-food-theme’ twist.
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Are you tired of reading lots of information and want to sit back and hear about the climate movement this year, the run up to COP20 and why the Sustainable Innovation Forum is a crucial component in bolstering the UNFCCC negotiations?
There is No Paris Without Lima. What to Expect at COP20.
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.
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.
UNEP and Climate Action Renew Partnership in Run Up To Paris 2015
23 July 2014, London: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and leading media organisation, Climate Action, today announced a 3 year renewal of their ongoing partnership, building on over seven years of collaboration to increase awareness of climate change issues within the private sector.
COP20: “Don’t come to Peru if you don’t want to change the world”
In 2015, the most important climate change decisions will be made with the design and launch of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This year, in December, Peru will host the 20th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC - COP 20), during which a draft text will be produced for a decision at the Paris convention the following year. This will shape our approach to climate change over the next decade and very much determine the scale of its impact on our future.