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Leaders for the climate: conclusions from COP24 and opportunities for climate leadership in Spain and through international cooperation

Co-organizers: Advanced Leadership Foundation (ALF), Climate Reality Spain (CRS), Ecopreneurs for the Climate (ECO4CLIM)
Venue (partner): Madrid International Lab, C / Bailén, 41. Madrid, Spain
Date and time: January 17, 2019, 18:30-20:30
Format: expert panel and open debate
Hashtag: #LideresasPorElClima

REGISTRATION: link to event signup page

Goals:

  1. To report the conclusions and recommendations reached at the last UN Climate Change Conference -COP24- (Poland, 3-14 December 2018) -, as well as the perspectives derived from the recent special report of the IPCC: “SR15 – Global Warming of 1.5 °C “.
  2. Interpret such recommendations and translate them into opportunities for economic and social transformation, tackling the main challenges identified, and therefore for climate leadership from all levels of the administration and economic sectors.
  3. Inspire, connect and empower new climate leaders. Generate conversations and synergies between entities and people working for a sustainable economy in Spain and internationally (multi-lateral cooperation).

Outline and speakers:

[18:30 – 18:40] Welcome: representative of Madrid International Lab (Madrid City Council)

[18:45 – 19:00] Introduction to the panel and sustainable leadership and climate programs:

  • Caitlin Nelligan – Coordinator of the Advanced Leadership Foundation Leaders Program
  • Álvaro Rodríguez – General Director of Climate Reality Spain
[19:00 – 20:00] Panel co-moderated by Caitlin Nelligan and Álvaro Rodríguez, with the participation of:

  • Guadalupe García – Entrepreneurship Manager of EIT Climate-KIC, expert in circular economy of Fundación COTEC, leader of ALF
  • Jesús Iglesias – International Coordinator of Ecopreneurs for the Climate, leader of CRS and ALF
  • Blanca Pérez – Co-Director of SIC4Change, leader of ALF
  • [To be confirmed] – leader / leader of CRS
  • [To be confirmed] – CRS leader
[20:00 – 20:25] Debate open to the public


[20:25 – 20:30] Conclusions and closing: Caitlin Nelligan and Álvaro Rodríguez





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