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Climate Politics and Action
Dr. Navroz Dubash
Tuesday, 22 September⋅9:00 AM U.S. Pacific Time (PST)
Navroz K Dubash is a Professor at the Centre for Policy Research who has been actively engaged in global and national debates on climate change, air quality, energy and water for over 25 years. He is a Coordinating Lead Author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 6th Assessment, and serves on the UNEP Emissions Gap Report Steering Committee. He has advised the Indian government on climate change, energy, air and water policy for over a decade, including as a member of the committee on a Long-Term Strategy for Low Carbon Development for India. Navroz has written two books, edited ten volumes, and published more than 70 journal articles and book chapters.
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Dr. Navroz Dubash
Navroz K Dubash is a Professor at the Centre for Policy Research who has been actively engaged in global and national debates on climate change, air quality, energy and water for over 25 years. He is a Coordinating Lead Author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 6th Assessment, and serves on the UNEP Emissions Gap Report Steering Committee. He has advised the Indian government on climate change, energy, air and water policy for over a decade, including as a member of the committee on a Long-Term Strategy for Low Carbon Development for India. Navroz has written two books, edited ten volumes, and published more than 70 journal articles and book chapters.
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Live from the field: regenerative agriculture
David Bill and Faith Van de Putte
Thursday, October 1st 2020, 9:00 AM PST
Faith and David are co-owners of Midnight's Farm, a regenerative farm on Lopez Island, WA that produces vegetables, grassfed beef, pastured pork, eggs and compost and sequesters carbon through sustainable practices.
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David Bill and Faith Van de Putte
Faith and David are co-owners of Midnight's Farm, a regenerative farm on Lopez Island, WA that produces vegetables, grassfed beef, pastured pork, eggs and compost and sequesters carbon through sustainable practices.
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Climate Strategy for Tech Companies and Startups: Magelan.tech
Thomas Rialon
Oct. 8th 2020, 7 AM PST
Magelan helps startups and tech companies to address climate change with a two-side approach: 1) providing open-source ressources to speed-up companies shift towards low-carbon models and 2) supporting companies at each step of their low-carbon shift - carbon footprint tracking, cultural change programs, low-carbon design, communication - through a lean & science-based methodology. One of the founders, Thomas (who will be giving this talk), leads awareness-raising talks and designs carefully crafted content to inspire people to take action. As a learning specialist, he has organized several training programs for citizens, politicians, employees and executives leaders. Prior to Magelan, Thomas was co-founder and Head of Product of the social startup Vendredi and has helped many projects in the social and solidarity economy. The other founder, Adrien, helps tech teams to better understand their environmental impact and to define sustainable solutions. As an energy and environmental engineer by training, he provides carbon footprint calculation trainings and develops a database of emission factors, with a focus on the technology sector. Prior to Magelan, Adrien co-founded two software startups and had several positions in tech companies (Growth Manager, Head of Operations).
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Thomas Rialon
Magelan helps startups and tech companies to address climate change with a two-side approach: 1) providing open-source ressources to speed-up companies shift towards low-carbon models and 2) supporting companies at each step of their low-carbon shift - carbon footprint tracking, cultural change programs, low-carbon design, communication - through a lean & science-based methodology. One of the founders, Thomas (who will be giving this talk), leads awareness-raising talks and designs carefully crafted content to inspire people to take action. As a learning specialist, he has organized several training programs for citizens, politicians, employees and executives leaders. Prior to Magelan, Thomas was co-founder and Head of Product of the social startup Vendredi and has helped many projects in the social and solidarity economy. The other founder, Adrien, helps tech teams to better understand their environmental impact and to define sustainable solutions. As an energy and environmental engineer by training, he provides carbon footprint calculation trainings and develops a database of emission factors, with a focus on the technology sector. Prior to Magelan, Adrien co-founded two software startups and had several positions in tech companies (Growth Manager, Head of Operations).
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Carbon offsets, justice, and REDD+
Dr. Tracey Osborne
Friday, October 16th 2020, 8:30 AM (PST)
Associate Professor and University of California Presidential Chair, University of California Merced, and Director of newly-created Center for Climate Justice. Tracey has three decades of experience working and teaching on issues of climate justice, forestry, and offsets. She conducted extensive research in Chiapas, Mexico on forestry-carbon offsets projects and is deeply connected to multiple climate justice movements.
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Dr. Tracey Osborne
Associate Professor and University of California Presidential Chair, University of California Merced, and Director of newly-created Center for Climate Justice. Tracey has three decades of experience working and teaching on issues of climate justice, forestry, and offsets. She conducted extensive research in Chiapas, Mexico on forestry-carbon offsets projects and is deeply connected to multiple climate justice movements.
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Climate finance
Anu Jogesh and Dr. Laura Canevari
Wednesday, October 21st 2020, 8:30 AM PST
Anu is Policy and Governance Lead for Acclimatise South Asia based in New Delhi. She formerly led a study on State Action Plans on Climate Change in India, and holds an M.Sc. in Environmental Change and Management from University of Oxford. Laura is CEO and Founder ITACA Solutions based in Panama City. ITACA is a technical assistance service provider committed to accelerating climate adaptation financing in the Caribbean, helping project developers and financial institutions building bankable adaptation and resilience projects. Laura holds a D.Phil. in Geography from King's College, London.
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Anu Jogesh and Dr. Laura Canevari
Anu is Policy and Governance Lead for Acclimatise South Asia based in New Delhi. She formerly led a study on State Action Plans on Climate Change in India, and holds an M.Sc. in Environmental Change and Management from University of Oxford. Laura is CEO and Founder ITACA Solutions based in Panama City. ITACA is a technical assistance service provider committed to accelerating climate adaptation financing in the Caribbean, helping project developers and financial institutions building bankable adaptation and resilience projects. Laura holds a D.Phil. in Geography from King's College, London.
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The future of energy
Dr. Cecilia Han Springer, Dr. Amol Phadke, and Dr. Holmes Hummel
Wednesday, October 28th 2020, 9:30 AM PST
Dr. Cecilia Han-Springer is Senior Researcher at Boston University’s Global Development Policy Center, Global China Initiative. She researches clean energy policies and developments in China. Dr. Holmes Hummel is founder Clean Energy Works, which accelerates investments in the clean energy economy with inclusive financing. Dr. Amol Phadke is Lead of the India Research Program in the Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and Senior Scientist at the Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley. He regularly advises government agencies, utilities and regulators in India and the U.S. on clean energy policy issues.
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Dr. Cecilia Han Springer, Dr. Amol Phadke, and Dr. Holmes Hummel
Dr. Cecilia Han-Springer is Senior Researcher at Boston University’s Global Development Policy Center, Global China Initiative. She researches clean energy policies and developments in China. Dr. Holmes Hummel is founder Clean Energy Works, which accelerates investments in the clean energy economy with inclusive financing. Dr. Amol Phadke is Lead of the India Research Program in the Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and Senior Scientist at the Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley. He regularly advises government agencies, utilities and regulators in India and the U.S. on clean energy policy issues.
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