New York Climate Week Fall 2022
Call for Innovation in Traditional Climate Governance
Date: September 24, 2022 Time: 8 AM ET to 1 PM ET
GPODS will be at the New York Climate Week.
The traditional Climate Governance mechanisms have not turned out to be as successful as one would have hoped. Climate Policy continues to struggle to find a consistent push, or definition, across the globe. What are the basic reforms that are needed to relook at international climate policy? How does climate finance play a role in this transition? How does Global South adapt at the same pace as the Global North? These are some of the many questions that the event seeks to answer.
Some of the leading experts in climate policy get together for a 75-minute session to answer questions such as What are the basic reforms that are needed to relook at international climate policy? How does climate finance play a role in this transition? How does Global South adapt at the same pace as the Global North?
After this, young leaders in the form of GPODS Fellows take the stage to talk about the role of youth and the opportunities and obstacles in transforming international climate policy into everyday policy for each citizen. This second 75-minute session is followed by 1 15 minutes Q&A with Certificates of participation issued by the Host organization - EnviPol.
Our Speakers :
Prof. Michael Openheimer
Albert G. Milbank Professor of Geosciences and International Affairs Princeton University. Credited to have co-organized a series of activities that prefigured the emergence of climate change as a top international concern and influenced the development of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
Dr. Wendy Schultz
Director, Infinite Futures: Foresight Research and Training, Oxford, England. Dr. Schultz is an academically trained futurist with over thirty-five years of global foresight practice. She has designed futures research projects for NGOs, government agencies, and businesses, and recently completed 4 global scenarios and multiple regional scenarios on the futures of research and innovation in a post-COVID world.
Prof. Baylor Fox-Kemper
Professor of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences, Coordinating Lead Author of the "Ocean, Cryosphere, and Sea Level Change" chapter of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's Sixth Assessment Report (August, 2021).
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