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Agenda TNC COP26

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  • INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES-LED CLIMATE SOLUTIONS

    When: November 4, 9:00-10:30 GM 

    Place: Nature Pavilion - Blue Zone

    About: This panel will explore where investment in rights and governance in Indigenous communities supported the implementation of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities-led Climate Solutions. These presentations will provide commonthemes and challenges that communities, conservation organizations, governments, and others face in these critical efforts. It will highlight the partnership efforts for this work by Conservation International and The Nature Conservancy.

     

    Speakers

    •Leonardo Lacerda, Global Managing Director for Climate, TNC 

    Kristen Walker Painemilla, Senior Vice President and Managing Director of the Center for Communities and Conservation, CI 

    •Tuntiak Katan, Leader of the Shuar Nation of Ecuador and is the Vice Coordinator of the Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA)

    •Toya Manchineri (Manchineri/Brazil), Member of the Coordination of the Indigenous Organizations of the Brazilian Amazon (COIAB) and Coordinator of Territorial Area and Natural Resources at the Coordination of the Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA)

  • UNION4RESTORATION: TNC, WRI BRAZIL, CI AND WWF TOGETHER FOR THE AMAZON, CERRADO AND ATLANT

    Place:Brazil Climate Action Hub/Blue Zone

    About:To directly contribute to the global movement of the Decade of Ecosystem Restoration, CI, TNC, WRI Brazil, and WWF-Brazil join forces for a common 10-year goal: restoring up to 4 million hectares of forests and landscapes in the Amazon, Cerrado, and in the Atlantic Forest.

    Participants:

    Leonardo Lacerda –TNC Global Climate Change Managing Director

    Alexandre Prado –WWF Brazil Green Economy Director

    Maurício Bianco -CI Brazil Vice President

    Carolina Genin -WRI Brazil Climate Director.

  • TRANSFORMING LAND-USE SYSTEMS WITH NATURE AND HEALTH AT THE CENTER OF CLIMATE SOLUTIONS AN

    When: November 6, from 13:30 to 14:30 pm

    Place:room to be defined 

    About:Governor Helder Barbalho will present the case of the state of Pará in the Brazilian Amazon, based in financing and territorial governance combined to fight deforestation and reduce emissions. The Nature Conservancy (TNC) was a key partner of this state vision, that includes mechanisms such as Eastern Amazon Fund and the Sustainable Territories platform.

  • AMAZONIA IS THE WAY TO OUR FUTURE: BUSINESS AS A FORCE FOR GOOD

    When: November 7, from 9:00 to 10:30

    Place:The University of Glasgow

    About:Businesses rely on nature to prosper. Half of the world’s GDP, representing 44 trillion USD, is at a moderate or severe risk due to nature loss. The panel will debate the importance of the Post-2020 Biodiversity Framework, not only for an agreement on nature but also for the Paris Agreement. This debate will also examine what we can do to protect the Amazon and prevent it from reaching its tipping point. 

    Participants:Natura, Business for Nature, MapBiomas, Concertation for the Amazon, CEBDS and TNC (Karen Oliveira, External Affairs Manager).

  • BIODIVERSITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE: THE IMPORTANCE OF ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION TO PROVIDE CLEAN

    When: November 9, from 14:00 to 15:00 pm

    Place:room to be defined (side event)

    About:This event organized by ITAIPU Binacional with the support of UNFCCC will bring together multi-stakeholders to discuss and showcase the importance of ecosystem conservation for the energy sector.

    Participants:

    Karen Oliveira, TNC Brazil External Affairs Manager and others; Jyoti Mathur-Filipp, Director at Convention on Biological Diversity, United Nations; Ariel Scheffer, Head of Environmental Management at Itaipu Binacional –Brazil; David Dao, Climate Leader at Climate Reality Project;

  • LIVE: WOMEN FOR FORESTS IN BRAZIL

    Date: November 9, 16:00 –17:00

    Place:to be defined 

    About: In indigenous lands, riverside communities or in sectors such as agriculture, women play a fundamental role in the conservation of Brazil's forests. They are concerned with generating income, improving the quality live of all and protecting their livelihoods in the long term. TNC Brazil will share the results in more than 30 years of work with women who make a difference.

    Participants: Karen Oliveira, TNC Brazil External Affairs Manager and others and Um Só Planeta