Climate Chance at COP26 in Glasgow
Find out more about Climate Chance events and interventions at COP26 !
Watch the full recording of the press conference here:
Climate Chance held a press conference on 8th November on the key takeaways of the new Climate Chance Observatory’s Global Synthesis Report on Climate Action by Sector. This is the opportunity to unveil the main trends of the new 2021 Sector based-report: the analysis of GHG emission trends based on the actions actually undertaken by non-state actors in the main emission sectors.
🔴The Summary for Decision makers is now available on our website here!
Time4MultilevelAction; 2030 Agenda of cities and regions to enhance ambition & accelerate action
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Ronan Dantec, the President of Climate Chance Association spoke at this event.
The event will be an opportunity to share leaders of cities, local governments and regions’ in the LGMA Constituency, commitments to ambitious climate action. It will highlight their lessons learnt regarding engaging and collaboration with national governments and other key stakeholders, and will be an occasion to review the best practices for incorporating local and regional governments in the updated NDCs, and their implementation, that will be presented at COP26.
Lead organizer: ICLEI
Co-organizers : Regions4 Sustainable Development, UGCL, Basque Centre for Climate change (BC3) and Conseil des Communes et Régions d’Europe (CCRE/ CEMR)
Monday 8th of November 2021, 6:30PM to 8PM (UTC Glasgow time).
Multimedia Room, Blue Zone, Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Climate and Biodiversity – acting by integrating justice and gender
Watch the recording of the vent from 4:30
Ronan Dantec, President of the Climate Chance Association, spoke in this event organised by WECF.
The climate and biodiversity crises are interdependent and disproportionately impact women and gender minorities. Actions and policies to protect the climate and biodiversity must therefore be carried out jointly, and integrate gender equality, in order to be fair and efficient. Through the testimonies of the laureates of the Gender and Climate Solutions Prize, and the experience of citizens and politicians, we will illustrate the best practices implemented at local, national and international levels.
Tuesday 9 November at 2:30PM (UTC Glasgow time).
COP26 Venue, France Pavilion
Making local mobility sustainable!
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Bernard Soulage, Secretary General of the Climate Chance Association, spoke in this event at the French Pavilion on sustainable local mobility and in particular the OrbiMob’ project.
Wednesday 10 November 2021, 12:00 to 1:00PM (UTC Glasgow time).
French Pavilion, COP26, Scottish Event Campus
Investing in nature: Championing good governance and rights-based solutions
Ronan Dantec, President of the Climate Chance Association, has been invited to speak in this hybrid side-event organised by Fern, with the support from the Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP) and the Central African Forests Commission (COMIFAC). He will mainly be speaking about financing tools and mechanisms related to land-use.
Wednesday 10 November 2021, 1:30 – 2:30PM (Glasgow time)
COMIFAC Pavillon, Hall 4
A webcast link will be available soon.
Green Deal as an Example for Green Recovery in Developing Countries and Subnational Governments
Ronan Dantec, the President of Climate Chance Association will be speaking in this event co-organised by CEMR and GGGI.
Wednesday 10 November 2021, 2:30PM (UTC Glasgow time)
EU Pavilion COP26, Scottish Event Campus, Exhibition Way, Glasgow G3 8YW
The EU Green Deal is key to driving a successful sustainable and resilient recovery. EU local and regional governments have proven more pragmatic and innovative at the implementation of green recovery initiatives. Moreover, developing countries have an unprecedented opportunity to learn from developing and implementing the European Green Deal and EU green recovery efforts. Therefore, this event will discuss best practices and lessons learned for driving a resilient recovery in the EU and developing countries.
The power of collaborative climate action
Bernard Soulage, Secretary General will be participating in this event.
The partners of the Climate Chance Coalition on Multi-level and Multi-stakeholder Climate Governance (Comité21, Committee of the Regions, ECOLISE, EESC, ICLEI, OECD) have been making efforts to support collaborative local climate action, make it visible to the policy-makers and advocate for an enabling framework. The webinar will take stock of the most recent achievements and propose new avenues of accelerating climate action with local communities.
Wednesday 10th November 2021 at 4:30PM to 6:00PM (UTC, Glasgow time).
Side-event: What are the levers to boost financing of the energy transition and resilience in Africa?
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Climate Chance is organising and hosting a side-event at the IDFC International Development Finance Club pavilion, bringing together African Public Development Banks with organisations active at local level in Africa.
The objective? Identifying the drivers to accelerate the financing of the energy transition and resilience in Africa.
Thursday 11 November at 11:30AM (UTC Glasgow time).
IDFC Pavilion, Blue Zone, Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Speakers from African Development Bank, French Development Agency, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Washington, DC, Green Climate Fund (GCF) TBC
Multilevel Action Pavilion event
Watch the recording of Ronan Dantec’s presentation below:
Ronan Dantec, President of the Climate Chance Association and UCLG’s climate spokesperson is speaking on 11 November 2021 at the Multilevel Action Pavilion in an event co-organised by COSLA, CEMR, UCLG, ICLEI, UN-Habitat and the local government associations of England, Wales and Northern Ireland
Side-event – Story behind the figures: how non-state actors bolstered climate action through pandemic times. Takeaways from the Sector-based Report 2021 from the Climate Chance Observatory
Watch the full recording of the Side-event here:
Climate Chance will present the key takeaways of the 4th edition of its Sector-based report, an unravelling of the actions implemented by local governments, businesses and civil society organisations to reduce their GHG emissions in key emission sectors and adapt to climate change. The impact of Covid-19 on different sectors is highlighted, as well as how non-state actors are moving towards an inclusive transition and can support ambitious NDCs.
This side-event is organised by Climate Chance and Enda Energie.
Thursday 11 November at 3PM (UTC Glasgow time)..
Multimedia Studio 2, Blue Zone, Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Organisations involved: Climate Chance Association, CEMR, Enda Energie, Green Climate Fund – Senegal, City of Pikine, Michelin Foundation
Mobility and Transport Coalition at the Resilience Hub
Voices from the community shape infrastructure that enhances resilience – Advancing Urban Equity in Resilience, the Bedrock for Transformative Climate Action
Charlène Kouassi, Director of the African Mobilities Observatory MOVIN’LAB and a key member of the Mobility and Transport Coalition has been invited to showcase the work of the Coalition during an event in the Resilience Hub, hosted by PEAK Urban and Oxford Martin Informal Cities, University of Oxford, World Resources Institute (WRI), Climate Sense. Charlène will focus especially on the Global Roadmap for decarbonising the transport sector and the importance of local perspectives.
Thursday 11 November at 7:15PM (UTC Glasgow time).
Resilience Hub, Blue Zone, Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Organisations involved: African Mobilities Observatory MOVIN’ON LAB, Mobility and Transport Coalition, Policy PEAK Urban, University of Oxford, Makerere University, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities.
EU Green Deal: from local to global
Watch the recording of the session here (Bernard Soulage’s speech 11:34:00; 11:40:50 and 12:02:00) :
EU Green Deal: from local to global – COP26 closing event
Bernard Soulage, Secretary General of Climate Chance Association will be sharing his reactions during this closing event, which will take place in a hybrid format.
Friday 12th November at 9:00AM (UTC Glasgow time).
Hybrid meeting: Room JDE52 (Brussels) and online