Invitation COP22 Debrief Conference

Monday November 21st 2016 COP Debrief Conference Invitation 11.00 am – 16.00 pm

London

The Green Economics Institute

Conference Invitation

 

Meet our team of climate specialists

 

COP 22 UNFCC United Nations Climate Conference Debrief/Climate Change!

to be held at: Europe House, London.

11.00- 16.00 Monday, November 21st 2016

Conference Brochure and information

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Conference Invitation, Booking Details and Programme

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The Green Economics Institute is pleased to invite you to its COP22 UNFCC United Nations Climate Conference Marrakesh, Morocco Debrief. Come and have your say in this momentus week. Get your voice heard! Input to the process of government.

Hear first hand from our own delegates, discuss the implications of a Trump win for the climate negotiations. Find out what is really happening- the truth behind the news. 404 parts per millions, more CO2 than for 700,000 years, how to implement carbon rationing, what really is going on?

Input to our negotiation team. Join our teams- have your say on the pressing issues of this week! We need this work more than ever before.

Please email to book  your  place and to receive a ticket and the programme for the day. RSVP by email to greeneconomicsinstitute@yahoo.com without delay. The attendance is free but we encourage you to join our global network of 25,000 like minded people. Places are by prior reservation ticket only so please just email us to obtain a ticket.

Speakers and Our Official Delegation  team at COP22 consists of:

Miriam Kennet: Climate scientist and economist, Editor of the world first Green Academic Journal, The International Journal of Green Economics. Author of many books and papers. Member of the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Chair of its COP21 Paris climate science panel,  Green Business Award from Luxembourg Ministry of Trade, 100 most powerful global women One world action. Editor of several publications on migration and on climate change. Part of The Foreign Office’s Green Caribbean leaders 2030 initiative.

Michelle S Gale de Oliveira: (USA and Brazil) Director, human rights law specialist –economist- international relations

Michael Shipley: Biologist and Policy Maker, Ecology, policy methodology and implementation. Methodology

Susan Shipley: Health implications, drought/flood policies, impacts on indigenous people& activities

Jack Easton: Auditor, accountant, tax specialist, advisor on economics and investment for change

Natalie Bennett: (UK and Australasia)  Agricultural Scientist, Media Specialist and recent Leader of the Greens  GPEW

Councillor David Williams: Oxford County Council, Green Cities specialist and China UK business expert

Allison Williams: Artist in Residence. Trade Unions

Rose Bridger specialist in aviation and land grab and author of  The Plane Truth

Hend Ahmed  (Egypt) Professional Economics Researcher and Author of our book on climate change and renewables in Egypt and the MENA region.

 

Programme for the London COP 22 Debrief

November 22nd 11.00- 16.00

11.00 Introduction to interpreting and understanding world events and what happened at COP22

The climate science

Linking the events in the USA and world politics with climate change

Directors and Standing Delegation Leaders  

Miriam Kennet

(With Michelle S Gale de Oliveira in the USA)

11.30 Green perspectives on climate change and the UN COP process Agricultural and Food implications specialist Former leader of the Greens Natalie Bennett
12.00 The impact of investment and the affect on the economy Auditor Accountant and campaigner Jack Easton
12.30 COP22 from Indigenous views and climate flood and environmental issues and health Specialist in policy making, indigenous peoples, climate floods and health Sue Shipley
13.00 Lunch    
13.30 Renewables and climate change in Egypt and the MENA region Professional Economics Researcher in Egypt Hend Ahmed
14.00 Green Cities and Practical steps for change at the council level Green Cities- leader of two city councils and specialist in trade with China Councillor David Williams
14.30 Strategies for combatting climate change A biologists view Biologist and ecologist and policy maker Michael Shipley
15.00 Strategies for changing our economy Author, specialist in Aerotropolis and aviaition economies Rose Bridger
15.30 Artist in residence reports back Artist and trade union specialist Allisson Williams
15.45 Closing remarks and plans for next steps and COP23   Miriam Kennet and whole team
16.00- Close    

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Our climate work and policies at COP22 Marakesh UNFCC Climate Conference

Disaster:  We are now at 404 ppm  CO2! The world has not experienced such high  levels for 700,000 years. Ration our personal C02 use to two tonnes of carbon each. Limit climate change to 1.5 degrees of warming NOW. Potential Global warming warning today of    7 degrees &  sea levels are rising enough to start wiping out many countries, coastlines, small island states, & our entire civilisation in this century. Most major cities are situated by water, sea or rivers. More and more flooding, inland cities are already struggling to provide enough water for citizens and droughts, flash floods and extreme events are already coming.

 Health effects, (heart attacks) pollution, half of all species and animals on earth are being wiped out at the moment. Fish in the seas we take for granted all face extinction, coral reefs, and the list goes on.

Refugee and migration crisis has only just started. Mass displacement of human populations are already very evident.  It will become much, much worse as many of the  world’s regions turn too hot to grow food or to survive the blistering temperatures. Scientists are extremely worried that no current methodology is making the grade politically to stop runaway climate change. We need action now! Acknowledge climate refugees and  the role of climate change in today’s political landslides, tsunamis and crises.

Reduce  demand for energy, decarbonisation and an immediate switch to renewables and removing the perverse incentives to continue to use fossil fuels.

Governments to  chose now to move to 1.5 degrees implementation NOW– Not in the future. Each person to have a carbon ration of 2 tonnes of carbonNo embedded carbon in products being moved around the world.. Make it legally binding. We need a more equitable sustainable fairer economy, working within the bounds of nature for all people everywhere, nature, other species, the planet &  its systems.

 

Support our standing delegations to the United Nations COP Climate Conferences

We work tirelessly to stop runaway climate change and have a regular COP delegation. Our teams comprise some of the worlds best climate scientists, Nobel Prize winners & climate experts. The  UNFCC Climate Change COP Conferences are a really important democratic coming together of voices from all over the globe. This matters: Inclusion is the only way we can combat climate change. The vulnerable suffer more climate change effects. More women and children were killed in New Orleans for example.  We  therefore support  COP.

Much of the damage done to the climate is due to economics excuses and so together climate scientists, policy makers and economists must tackle and remove  vested interests &  perverse incentives and shift the world’s economy to a more sustainable trajectory. Global, united, urgent &  determined COP.

We would like to invite you to join us this year, and participate in the global transformation –

The reformation of economics for a fairer world.

 

Green Economics and The Green Economics Institute’s Work

The Aims of The Green Economics Institute are:

To  Rebalance and Reform Finance, Banking, Economics and the Economy.

To halt the rolling Tide of Climate Change, Halt the Mass Extinction of Species, Prevent Poverty and create an inclusive future looking economy for the benefit of all the worlds’ people, nature, other species and the planet.

To challenge the narrow scope, core and assumptions of mainstream economics and use holistic, inclusive and interdisciplinary explanations, instruments, and tools.

To reform mainstream and neo classical economics to provide equal access for all, whilst providing academic rigour of the highest standards in terms of new thinking in philosophy, methodology and ontology for economics. (Tony Lawson Cambridge University Economics tutor and writer believes we are leading change by example in this respect.)

     To found an inclusive, and progressive economics discipline based equally on environmental and social justice and on diversity which comfortably includes data and learning from other disciplines. We have managed to do this in the first 10 years of the Institute.

      We return to the fundamentals, basing economics on oikia, which means household or estate management. Indeed, the Earth is the household on which we all depend.

     The four pillars of Green Economics, in a framework of social and moral underpinning:                                       Policymaking, Campaigning, Business, Academic

Challenges we face ahead:  The world is undergoing social and environmental change and a global shift in power. Wealth is accumulating in fewer hands. Democracy is under threat. Globalisation has led to production being mainly in sweatshops in the East. The European Economy has been hollowed out.

The Green Economics Institute is an independent, international, networking body, working on the core philosophies of economics & ecological reality.

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