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A Common Policy for Climate: how to avoid a catastrophic future

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Ott 2020

5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

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A Common Policy for Climate: how to avoid a catastrophic future

Natural disaster? – The majority of them are created or exacerbated by human choices. We shouldn’t be looking at flooding as a natural disaster but as a hazard. Climate change is one of the biggest threats to the future of humankind and the planet. First, we have to consider what elements have led to climate change we examine in our world. The swift increase in extreme events caused by climate disruption (severe droughts, floods, hurricanes, melting glaciers, rising sea levels, etc.) will have devastating effects on natural ecosystems, the economy at large and current lifestyles. To meet the challenge, we need to look at climate change as a massive geopolitical issue to be tackled on a global scale by building a more resilient and sustainable future at the economic, social, and environmental levels. However, the positive changes as the increased renewable energy, energy-efficient technologies, should be highlighted as well. Italy is well-placed to show how we can transform our economies embracing the Agenda 2030 towards a green recovery pattern. We should all endorse the message of hope that endures and grows stronger as people take unprecedented action on the climate crisis, urging Governments to choose more ambitious climate solutions, raising investments in clean technology, and divesting from polluting industries.

 

Modera: Emanuele Bompan, giornalista, direttore Materiale Rinnovabile

 

Tosca Barucco, Special Envoy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for COP26

Corrado Clini, former Minister of Enviroment

William Mebane, Energy economist

Ilan Kelman, Professor of Disasters and Health at University College London, England and at the University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway

William Becker, Executive Director  Presidential Climate Action Project, Washington

Gianmaria Sannino, Head of the Climate and Impact Modeling Laboratory, Department of Sustainability of Production and Territorial Systems, ENEA

Yosef Abramowitz, CEO GigaWatt Global 

Grazia Francescato, environmentalist, journalist, former WWF president

 

 

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Tosca Barucco

Minister Plenipotentiary

Corrado Clini

Italian politician and former the Italian minister of environment, land and sea (IMELS)

William Mebane

Energy economist

Ilan Kelman

Professor of Disasters and Health at University College London, England and at the University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway

William Becker

Executive Director of the Presidential Climate Action Project, Washington

Yosef Abramowitz

CEO GigaWatt Global 

Grazia Francescato

Environmentalist, journalist, former WWF president

Gianmaria Sannino

Head of the Climate and Impact Modeling Laboratory, Department of Sustainability of Production and Territorial Systems, ENEA

Emanuele Bompan

Giornalista

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