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SNV at COP25

SNV at COP25

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SNV at COP24

3 - 14 December 2019
Madrid, Spain
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Side-events will be broadcast live and will be available to view on demand after the event. Watch here
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Programme

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Jobs for young people are critical for their social, economic, and political inclusion. By investing in climate smart agriculture and clean energy technology, and attracting young people into these enterprises, we can address the challenges of youth unemployment, poverty and climate change. In this interactive session, we will explore lessons learnt from the OYE model and discuss how best we can support youth employment for climate change mitigation and adaption.

Moderator: Tom Derksen, Managing Director Energy and Youth, SNV

Speakers:
- Daniel Jesus Solana Gazquez, Senior Youth Employment Specialist,  International Labour Organization (ILO)
- Joshua Amponsem, Founder, Green Africa Youth Organisation
- Kuda Dhliwayo, Founder of Vital Recycling and Multiple Award Winning social entrepreneur


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Climate change impacts people differently – influenced by, among other factors, gender, class, ethnicity, age and (dis)ability. Effective adaptation to – and indeed mitigation against – climate change considers and addresses these different realities and also ensures that investments are targeted where they are needed most.

This event will provide an introduction to how and why climate change is a gendered issue before exploring case studies and key lessons learned by SNV, UNDP and PACJA from several developing countries (Vietnam, Thailand, Kenya) on promoting the voices of women and youth in climate change response.

Moderator: Tom Derksen, Managing Director, SNV, Vietnam

Speakers:
- Wanun Permpibul, Director of Climate Watch, Thailand
- Tran Tu Anh, Programme Manager CSA and Gender, Vietnam 
- UNDP/CCWG Vietnam representative
- NDA Vietnam (representative from MONRE)
- Charles Mwangi, Thematic Lead PACJA, Kenya  







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Enabling private sector investment in climate adaptation and mitigation in developing countries by increasing resilience of communities and ecosystems most vulnerable to climate change.
The DFCD is managed by a pioneering consortium of Climate Fund Managers (CFM), SNV and World Wide Fund for Nature Netherlands (WWF-NL), led by the Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank, FMO.
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Accelerated private sector investments are needed to close the gap in adaptation and mitigation financing, but large-scale action is lacking. Most businesses and financial institutions to date are unwilling or unable to take the lead in the necessary paradigm shift. They may not be fully responsive to the impacts of climate change due to a lack of understanding of their exposure or vulnerabilities. Also, they not might be able bring their innovation to market or to scale proven concepts due to a lack of funding.

Using the hard-talk format, the session partners will identify the current realities for business opportunities in climate action, showcase the possibilities of developing and growing profitable climate smart business opportunities and the role public interventions have in this process.


Moderator: Ms. Meike van Ginneken, CEO,  SNV Netherlands Development Organisation

Speakers: 
- Dr. Muhammad Mahmood Abubakar, Honourable Minister of Environment, Federal Ministry of Environment Nigeria
- Ms. Carla Montesi, Director Planet and Prosperity, Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development, European Commission
- Mr. Peter Bakker, CEO and President, World Business Council on Sustainable Development
- Mr. Andrew Johnstone, CEO, Climate Fund Managers
- Mr. David Kuijper, Manager public Investments and Blended Finance, FMO Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank

Closing remarks: Ms. Kitty van der Heijden, Director General for International Cooperation, Dutch Ministry for Foreign Affairs








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12 December I 12:10 - 13:30 I Indonesia pavilion

Moderator: Arwandrija Rukma, Program and Policy Director, Rare International Indonesia

Speakers : 
- Ir. Medrilzam, M.Prof.Econ, Ph.D, Director of Environmental Affairs, Ministry of National Development Planning, Government of Indonesia
- Ir. Sri Tantri Arundhaty, M.Sc, Director of Climate Change Adaptation, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Government of Indonesia
- Matthew Burton, Director of Environment, USAID Indonesia
- Mr. Kotaro Taniguchi, Director, Office for Climate Change, Global Environment Department, JICA
- Rizki Pandu Permana, Ph.D, Agriculture Sector Leader, SNV Netherlands Development Organisation Indonesia



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12 December I 14:15 - 15:45 I EUROCLIMA + pavilion


Speakers:
- Iris Barth, National Agricultural Technology Institute, Argentina
- Martin Morales, SWISSCONTACT, Bolivia
- Douglas Benavidez, SNV Netherlands Development Organisation, Honduras 
- Andrew Scyner, DEVCO

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12 December I 16:00 - 17:30 I EUROCLIMA + pavilion


Speakers:
- Salvador E. Nieto , Central American Commission on Environment and Development (CCAD)
- Dina Sagastume, MTFRL and SAN
- Natalia Gonzalez, ICCO COOPERATION
- Douglas Benavidez, SNV Netherlands Development Organisation
- Andrew Scyner, DEVCO

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