Forum 2000: Climate Change - Too Hot to Handle?

17.45 - 19.15

Climate Change: Perspectives from the global South and North
We would like to invite you to a panel discussion organized by Forum 2000, in collaboration with the United Nations Information Centre Prague, the Embassies of Morocco, the Netherlands, South Africa and the Climate Coalition.
In 2015 all countries agreed to work to limit global warming to well below 2C. This requires a transformation of the energy, industry, transport, food, agriculture and forestry systems. The challenge of climate change can be addressed but the global efforts must be increased. Progress after the Paris Agreement will be reviewed at the UN climate conference in Marrakesh, Morocco, in November. What leadership is needed? What technology, innovation and adequate finance can do? Expert views from Morocco, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic.
Khalid Riffi Temsamani, Professor-Researcher, Abdelmalek Essadi Univeristy Tétouan, Morocco
Jantienne van der Meij-Kranendonk, Project Manager Water Innovations, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
Bedřich Moldan, Professor, Environment Centre, Charles University, Czech Republic
Moderator: Michal Broža, Head of the United Nations Office CZ
English, with Czech interpretation.
Free, registration not necessary. 
Once you will have registered for this event, you will be able to browse the other participants and request meetings with them. Upon acceptance of your meeting request, the NCCC online community platform will schedule the meeting. If it is an online meeting, a weblink will be generated automatically.
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