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🌍📢 Join us for the 3rd episode of our new series "Action for Climate and #CleanAir – Fast-Forwarding a Better Future" in collaboration with UNEP's Climate & Clean Air Coalition. - Live on March 20 - 15.00 CET
In this last episode, we will look at mobilizing creative finance to help action against non-CO2 pollutants happen with our experts.
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  • Jane Wangui

    3 d

    Events like this should be held as often as possible so as to enlighten people and also come up with ways to help solve the climate change issues.

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    • MICHAEL SANDY

      3 w

      The campaign should be more considered in rural areas were people innocently cause such destructions. more education is required at grass root level

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      • DIPANJANA MAULIK

        3 w

        Session 3 demands more time for finding out the way forwards. The list of air toxic substances is very long and diverse. Concern of Sean Maguire for health impacts from such air toxics getting lesser attention, emphasis on measurement of non- CO2 pollutants by Malick Haidara to avoid green washing, concern of Sheila Agarwala-Khan and Mohamed A. Sultan for moving the money in right channel- all are very pertinent angles to this problem. Orlando Cabera-Riviera very rightly pointed out that establishing the linkage between daily loss in productivity due to air pollution can inspire the Private Sector to fund for creating productive environments than to fund for counterproductive air, that we all breath. Political, managerial coaching can be helpful in removing the fears of job loss and create path for "just transition". Public funding through climate bonds for the private sector startups may enhance the speed of action in this sector. Estimate of IMF of 1.3 trillion sounds bit overwhelming. If it is broken for diverse air toxics, of which majority are also non-CO2 GHGs task may looks little more achievable. Science based targets are needed to prevent green washing. Moderation of Nick Nuttall was great as usual. Sincere gratitude to the WDHT time TV and UNEP to start this conversion well before financing COP at Azar Baizan and BIG COP in Brazil 34 years after RIO conference. We have couple of months left to think globally but act locally/individually for our common future.

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        • DIPANJANA MAULIK

          3 w

          Great session going on, my question to Haidara Malick and other panel members , What about climate bonds? Can climate bond for this other GHGs be a source of fund?

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          • Rotich Kim

            4 w

            yhis is a good event we need more of such that address climate challanges

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            • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

              4 w

              Amazing event. Such events give important information on climate matters

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              • mary Mwihaki

                4 w

                Such a great event looking forward as they give platform about climate matters

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                • Boniface Kuria

                  4 w

                  Episode 2.....watched.....very informative. Episode 3 waiting

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                  • Abraham Jok Atem

                    4 w

                    This event is one of the best platforms to address climate crisis effectively

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                    • DIPANJANA MAULIK

                      5 w

                      Gratitude for comprehensive panel discussion. The bonus interview by Dr Martina, CCAD, UNEP and Dr Brian were really bonus. If I am not mistaken this NBS of using fly to remove methane was shared by an young entrepreneur in last WCEF (World Circular Economy Forum). He did it very successfully for use of fruit waste. It is great to know UNEP is supporting all such innovations. It gives a vibe: yes, together we can do it. Great. Removal of atmospheric methane is also gaining momentum. I was expecting a more detailed discussion from EDF as they are working on it. Gratitude for this session.

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                      • johnte ndeto

                        5 w

                        Such events are crucial as they give a platform to address climate matters

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                        • Gorffly mokua

                          4 w

                          @johnte_ndeto Absolutely💚✔

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                        • Chris Ndungu

                          6 w

                          This event deserve 100% attendance especially those countries that endure high pollution of their air should occupy front position not to miss any point delivered on what they can do to curb the pollution to enhance clean air.

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                          • Munene Mugambi

                            7 w

                            This is a very important event. For example nations that suffer high pollution rates of their air like India should have representation here to know what they're doing and for them to learn how to curb the pollution and increase their air cleanliness

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                            • Rotich Kim

                              7 w

                              We are ready to take part in this great forum

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                              • Gorffly mokua

                                7 w

                                Great! I look forward to following this series & learning more about the important work being done.

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