Climate Smart Technology: What are the innovations we need for tackling the climate crisis?
Date: Oct 24, 2022
Time: 20:00 to 21:15 (KST/GMT+9)
“Having the right policies, infrastructure and technology in place to enable changes to our lifestyles and behaviour can result in a 40-70% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. This offers significant untapped potential” said the IPCC Working Group III Co-Chair Priyadarshi Shukla. In 2022, the IPCC report was the first IPCC report to include a section on how approaches to innovation and technology will be at the core of our fight to solve the climate crisis.
This session will feature different actors from the technology and innovation space from across the gamut while focusing on the question of uptake and utility of innovation in the countries in which GGGI is currently working.
Key questions include: what are the key innovations for climate mitigation and adaptation? How can we mainstream technologies into the planning and funding mobilization efforts of organizations such as GGGI?
|Welcome Remarks |
– H.E. Ban Ki-moon, President of the Assembly and Chair of the Council, Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) (video message)
|1. Framing, GGGI|
– Speaker: Mr. Nicholas Taylor, Senior Officer Adaptation, Resilience and Green Cities.
2. Driving Low Carbon Innovation
– Speaker: Dr. Antoine Dechezlepretre, Senior Economist, Green Growth, OECD
3. Bamboo Plantation Technology
– Speaker: Mr. Khalid Duri, CEO, African Bamboo
4. Smart Aquaculture with Renewable Energy and AI for tackling Climate-Energy-Food Crisis
– Speaker: Dr. Mekyung Lee, CEO, Energylife Inc.
5. Sustainable Solar-Powered Water Treatment in Africa – An Iterative and Training-Based Approach
– Ms. Madeleine Brezger, Business Development Manager Africa, Moerk Water Solutions
6. Leveraging Climate Science and AI to Climate-Proof Supply Chains
Speaker: Mr. Nathan Shuler, Product Innovation Lead, ClimateAI
– Facilitator: Nicholas Taylor