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Climate Networking and training day- for researchers, and activists in the run up to COP26

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Green Economicsrand Climate Webinar for the General Public

Raising Momentum for Climate Ambition - Our house is on Fire- Towards COP26

The Green Economics Institute Exhibition Stand was one of the few at Paris United Nations COP15 in 2015, which Ban Ki Moon- The General Secretary of the United Nations said had real solutions to address climate change. It has always incorporated gender at its core. The Institute has regular climate delegations. This webinair shares its narratives and findings with The General Public.

9.30- 10.00 Uk time- connection and technical

10.00-11.00 Uk time -Introductory Plenary- linking all together

11.00 11.15 Break

11.15-12.15 Panel debate - Gender and Inclusion methodologies in action.

Q and A

12.15-12.30 Break

12.30-13.30 Narratives for COP26 United Nations what do they mean ? The role of women in COP and climate dialogues

- Panel Debate -4 Women economists and climate scientists

We discuss climate and the importance of women in climate and economics leadership, and a tribute to the woman who invented the science of climate change and discovered the role of carbon in the atmosphere and then was ignored and plagiarised!

Q and A

15.00-15.15- Break

15.15.-16.15 The role of Green Economics and its structure, policies, history and construction, literature,features and writers and implementation around the world and its role in the challenges of today. Lectures . Miriam Kennet, Michelle Gale, Professor Maria Madi and others .

Q and A

16.15-16.30 Break

16.30-17.30 -Conclusion: Debate on the next steps and taking it forward- Action Points. Methodologies and tools for Keeping the issues in the public eye. Going forward not backwards.

Discusison and interactive session with all participants

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This event is followed by a Webinar organised by the Green European Foundation, with the support of the GEI and the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation. Link is here

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The rewriting of history and fact is connected- it turns out that it was women that put men on the moon- women who did the calculation, women who worked out the maths for computers, women who have done so much. Women even invented climate science and quite possibly maths itself as well as the technology for computers, nuclear physics and so much more- why are we written out of history?

We need to take back control of these narratives as the earth and nature cannot wait. In the name of domestication, profit, wealth? and greed- we have even had control of child birth removed from us. So called nature based solutions and ecosystems servives are the latest attempt to remove anything natural from the world. Climate feminists need to reclaim these narratives and try and stop runnaway climate change before its too late and take their lead from the most famous climate activist of all -Greta!

However men continue to claim the credit and rule the narratives of what is needed and what is the future. Men currently control the econmy and the narratives around it- most importantly they control all the budgets, pensions and so much more- and the history and archaeology narratives about what counts and what has mattered in human developments.

There is an epidemic of gender violence, Womens issues have gone back 50 years- Even though the SDGs have at least 3 aims to help women- the womens issue is consistently ignored everywhere from COP leadership at COP26 to the Green Deal, to the UN experts -the women issue is all but ignored. However is in fact women who are leading on climate change- and we need to sort this out for all our sakes.


		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

		Webinar on Green Economics, Gender and Climate for the General Public image

Prospective Invited Speakers

Professor Maria Madi

Professor Ewa from Poland

Ewa Suffin

Mariam Hussein

Miranda Brown

Michelle Gale

Prorfessor Maria Madi

Professor Graciela Chichilsnisky

Dr Asia Mohamed

Professor Alexandra Harrington

Profeossr Marie Claire Cordonier Segger

Dorothy Nalubega

Bianca Madison - Vuleta

Lynne Franks

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