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Climate Change Lima, Peru “Call For Input” COP20 Survey – Encuesta COP20

Dear Sir/Madam,

The Peruvian Environmental Ministry is preparing a study to measure the impact of COP20 in the Peruvian economy. The study will help to the Peruvian government to quantify the benefits of the COP20’s organization regarding its costs as well as for estimate its potential benefits.

Please find below the link to the online survey. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes of your time. Please complete the survey by Tuesday, July 21th, 2015.

Survey link:

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

We sincerely thank you for your participation and time.


Estimado Señor/Señora:

El Ministerio de Ambiente Peruano se encuentra elaborando un estudio que busca medir el impacto de la COP20 en la economía peruana. El estudio será de amplia utilidad para que el gobierno peruano cuantifique los beneficios de la organización de la COP20 con respecto a sus costos, así como para estimar sus potenciales beneficios futuros.

La encuesta virtual se encuentra en el link debajo. La encuesta tomará aproximadamente 10 minutos de su tiempo. Por favor, complete la encuesta hasta el martes 21 de julio del 2015.

Link de la encuesta:

Por favor, no dude en contactarnos si tiene alguna pregunta o comentario.

Sinceramente agradecemos su participación y apoyo.


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From Lima to Paris: Global Landscapes Forum puts rights and finance center stage

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Blog on COP 20 by Youth Delegate Representa​tive

Dear colleagues,
I am Wufan, from University of Michigan, observing COP 20 in Lima for this week. I am more interested in China at COP 20 and I wrote a blog ‘China and its role at COP 20‘. You are welcome to read.
Wufan Jia

M.S. Candidate 2015 | University of Michigan
School of Natural Resources and Environment

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COP 20: Outcome Statement – Global Landscapes Forum 2014

Dear Ms. Pamela Jean Puntenney,

It is my distinct pleasure to share with you the outcomes of the 2014 Global Landscapes Forum, held alongside the UNFCCC COP20 in Lima over the past weekend (6-7 December).

To read the full outcome statement, please visit:

Over two days, the Forum attracted 1,700 visitors from 90 countries who took part in 40 sessions co-hosted by 95 organizations.

The Outcome Statement identifies and elaborates on 9 key messages coming out of sessions at the Forum, of relevance to the international climate and development agenda, as follows:

1.    Coherent policy and legal frameworks for sustainable land use are essential for climate and development efforts

2.    Act on emerging research findings related to indigenous peoples and local communities

3.    Scale up landscape finance by reducing risks for investment and transforming capital markets

4.    Align actions on climate change with the Sustainable Development Goals

5.    Climate-smart agriculture is a large part of the solution

6.    Landscape approaches can combine and reinforce climate change adaptation and mitigation efforts

7.    Well-designed fiscal measures in a landscape context can be significant in addressing deforestation and forest degradation

8.    The values of ecosystem services play an important role in national economies

9.    Land use information technologies can transform national policies

I hope you will find the information in this document useful.

For further information about these messages or the Global Landscapes Forum, please contact Forum Coordinator Ann-Kathrin Neureuther (

With best regards,

Dr. Peter Holmgren

Director General

Center for International Forestry Research

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Dear Community of Educators,
As you may remember we submitted a proposal to the COP asking to host an interactive ITC parallel initiative to the Conference to extend the reach to those around the world working on climate change.  Appended an example of how well these conversations are going with more to come, a film, and pod casts.
Here is an example of our reflection stage, the UN SD Education Caucus – Climate Change partnering with John D. Liu, founder and director of Environmental Education Media Project [EEMP].  The stage is located in the IP pavilion on the back side of the building at the Jockey Club.  For COP 21 to reach globally we would like to expand  the interactive ICT with a large firm that has hubs set-up around the world. The starting point here in Lima has been very successful.
All the best,
Dr. Pam Puntenney and Barbara Benish
UN SD Education Caucus COP 20 Co-Chairs
John Liu:  My local number is 988856044.
We have events tonight and tomorrow.  The events are referenced is below.
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On December 1st, 2014
Tomorrow, COP 20 officially begins and in two weeks it will become a historical moment.My contact information in Lima is:Email: pjpunt@umich.eduCell # for Lima:  946 595 234As soon as you know yours, please send it along for our data base.  Once the meetings start, the time will go quickly so this dta is essential to staying informed and calls for emergency strategy meetings.Barbara Benish has had a sudden family emergency and will not be joining us for COP 20 but will join us for Bonn in June and for COP 21 in Paris.All the best,
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UN SD Education Caucus and COP 20

Dear UN SD Education Caucus Delegation,

We have a strong contingent of UN SD EC members and partners who will be present in Lima championing environmental education as a key component of the new “Climate Agreement”, and those who are supporting us from a distance.  There are many meetings, activities, a first time ever in Peru, a climate change march, a Peoples’s Summit, exhibits, strategy meetings/morning briefings on multiple topics and of course the government meetings continue to prepare for the lead-up to COP 21 in Paris and the Global Climate Change Treaty in 2020.  Environmental Education is a cross-cutting issue found throughout the work in front of us over the next two weeks.  Members are networking covering many topics, from trainings to interventions to multi-stakeholder engagements, and more.
From UN SD Education Caucus member Dick Ballhorn [Canada] who understands the policy venue well, this analysis on Climate Change events and the ADP.
In the run-up to the 2015 COP in Paris 
The fact that the USA and China have already indicated what they are prepared to agree to in Paris helps to put pressure on other key countries to take the whole exercise seriously and come up with their own ”commitments”.  The USA and Chinese announcement certainly puts pressure on the current Canadian government which has long argued that Canada can’t act without the USA also acting and that Canada would follow US actions.
The revised non-paper on elements of the 2015 agreement has language on education: in particular lines 20-23 of the Preamble; Para 12; Para 20-20.1; and para 23. 1 (d). While I am not up to date on SD/environment education and public awareness developments on the international level, the language looks good to me.
Potential Interventions on ADP
I didn’t see any specific mention of SD and environmental or public education in the draft decision on advancing the Durban agenda. I don’t know how exactly it could  be fitted in. One could always try to borrow some of the SD and envt language being put forward in the non-paper.
Each UN SD Education Caucus delegate on this list plays an integral role in building upon the framework for advancing, monitoring and evaluating,  environmental education and global climate change policies and actions at the international, regional, national and local/community levels, from the President to ordinary people to high level stakeholders.
COP 20 Co-Chair
Let me introduce you to our other COP 20 Co-Chair,  Barbara Benish, founder and Director of ArtDialogue,   AND  You will definitely want to ask her to join you for a latte during the meetings, especially to learn more about her other work with the UNEP Safe Planet initiative.
Mark Your Calendar and hold a spot  to attend.  Barbara will join us during Week 2.  During Week 1 she will be working on our art and culture side event – off-site but near the COP 20 venue.  More on this soon.
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Voices, “Finding Common Ground”
“It’s possible to rehabilitate large-scale damaged ecosystems.” Environmental film maker John D. Liu documents large-scale ecosystem restoration projects in China, Africa, South America and the Middle East, highlighting the enormous benefits for people and planet of undertaking these efforts globally. 
 ➢  John D. Liu, YouTube documentary film Green Gold,
Last spring from the Ed. Caucus COP 20  ”Call” for ideas regarding a major side event during COP 20, we decided to partner with EEMP and global filmmaker John D. Liu to propose a bold framework  to the President of COP 20 that would be integrated in Lima and carry over into COP 21 in Paris 2015.  We drafted a Concept Note, submitted the proposal.  
The UN SD Education Caucus – Climate Change combined our policy work on “A well-prepared society through environmental education and engaging stakeholders”  and our work with the UNFCCC “Ad-hoc Working Group on Long-term Cooperative Action”, transparency, governance, access to information supporting public decision making, and policy and practice.  Often the intergenerational approach and always support for Youth engagement, justice and equity.
We proposed taking the UNFCCC climate change venue beyond the COP into the global arena through a) Parallel initiative  b)  using interactive ICT  c)  create a film, which would become #3 in a 5-part series entitled “Finding Common Ground: the act of healing the earth”, designate two stages, one large stage for art/ music/ and culture and a small stage dedicated to a serious conversation on “Finding Common Ground” with each stage being filmed and  turned into podcasts for educational purposes.  The Interviews are entitled “Growing Collective Consciousness from the - VOICES FOR THE CLIMATE”
All parts were accepted with the COP 20 organizers taking full responsibility to plan and organize each aspect.   John and  his film crew are ready and in Lima making sure the filming will go smoothly.  As it turns out our proposal is in line with Ban  Ki-moon’s UN High Level Climate Summit  where this global issue has moved into the global level engaging people.  The COP 20 President’s team has been fully committed to delivering a well thought out initiative.  We are waiting for confirmation of the last piece where IISD will potentially give briefings on the policy-making venue.  Keep an eye on the various screens interspersed around the COP with visuals.  In the government meetings, interviews will be  with images will be shown on the screens.    We also have a known movie producer and a director helping us.  Kudos all around.
Youth Team and Side Event
With the support of The University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment, Dean Miranda’s vision on global engagement  with the UN for all graduate students as part of their degree, Dr. Jose Alfaro director of SNRE’s global engagement initiative, and Ms. Michelle Burdick international careers officer for SNRE, we have actively been training and preparing a team of graduate students.
They will be playing an active role as part of our delegation liaising with many groups, bring the voices of Youth to bear on our work within the COP.  They function as a team, will be doing interviews, posting updates and blogs, filming, and more.  You will hear a lot from them.  The UN SD Education Caucus – Climate Change Youth Co-Coordinator is Katy Brown.  We are very fortunate to have such talent as part of our delegation this year.  Please reach out to them and have a chat.  I assure you they are an awesome group, making many contributions to our goals.
SNRE and the St. Louis AquaCenter, Inc. are co-sponsoring a side event focused on the COP 20 theme Oceans and Coastal issues.  Three student were selected by their peers to give brief presentations, December 1st, 18:30 to 20:00 pm.  Double-check the program for the room assignment and mark your calendar.
Stop by Exhibit Booth #75 during Week 1 to learn more about The University of Michigan’s SNRE.
Youth Representative, Divine Ntiokam [Cameroon], will be joining the delegation as a liaise with Climate-Smart Agriculture (Africa) – Youth.  We welcome Divine and his many contributions.  The last time he worked with us,  there was hardly a government delegate that did not know Divine and would wave to him in the hallway or come up and speak with him.  His positive, can do attitude will keep us energize throughout the COP.  You may want to chat with him about his work with street children and orphans, advocating for the disabled, his recent presentations and interviews about agriculture and Africa, African Youth engagement regarding these issues.
Contact Information
Barbara and I will be arriving this weekend and will let you all know the best way to reach us.  Email is still the best way to contact me with a question, an update, scheduling a meet-up.
Last Friday we were informed the UN SD Education Caucus focal point organization was in chaos and we were not registered. With some help from our partnering organizations, we found some available slots, Barbara Week 2 and myself both weeks with two different organizations that each had one spot.
Those of you who are physically here, in a separate email send me your contact information in Lima and the best way to get ahold of you:
[Name, arrive - leave, place staying and address, telephone #, email]
We will be holding strategy meetings once we establish a common time to meet and identify a place to meet once we are there where we can quietly talk.  I will let you know on Monday for Tuesday.
Meet Your Government Delegation
The Welcome Plenary is an excellent time for you to meet-up with your home country’s delegation.  Most of your delegation will be attending, 10:00 am to 13:00 pm.  Check the daily schedule to confirm which Plenary Room.  You will want to go up to them, exchange business card/read the key information on the other person’s card, introduce yourself what your focus is during the COP and identify yourself as a member of the UN SD Education Caucus Climate Change Delegation.  This is extremely important, at our first strategy meeting we will look forward to your report out.  There may also be other times during the week whether Week 1 or Week 2.  Each country’s delegation will select 2 or 3 key issues they will address,  We are focused on the whole, the synergy, and following Article  6 of the Convention.  Know the difference or you may be told they do not work on or the Article 6 delegate is not there.  You need to engage on the level of the whole and beyond, ask if it would be OK to touch base with the delegation if need be.
Upon your arrival you will want to go to the accreditation desk and receive your security pass.  You will need to show your passport.  Because the system is computerized, you will probably be in the data base but just in case bring a copy of your confirmation letter for that process.
ALERTS, except for the airport and accreditation you should keep your passport in a secure place and carry a xerox copy with you.  Your security badge, warning everyday when you are finished put it in a safe place you will remember to put on the next day.  If you loose or misplace either your passport or security badge, it can take several days and a lot of hassle to get either replaced missing the very meeting you came to participate in the various events.
Important Links:
➸   Reference Link to UNFCCC COP 20  - Note Press Conferences link on the right:
➸   Information For Participants, including accreditation 
[Invaluable reference document]
Green Gold  – Documentary by John D. Liu
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See you in Lima.
All the gest,
Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh
UN SD Education Caucus Co-Chairs
Co-Coordinators Climate Change with
Tiahoga Ruge, Jim Taylor, Tich Pesanayi, Kavita Myles, Suzana Padua
Youth Co-Coordinator: Katherine Browne
COP 20 Co-Chair:  Barbara Benish  [Czech Republic, ArtDialogue]



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Local and subnationa​l government​s road to UNFCCC COP 20

Dear ICLEI Members in Africa, Colleagues, Partners and Interested Parties,
If you are interested in local and subnational governments and what they are pioneering on, lobbying and advocating for at the upcoming UNFCCC in Lima, please see the updates below as well as in the attached itinerary of relevant events and side-events at COP20. As focal point and coordinator of the Local Government Climate Roadmap, ICLEI and a number of member cities will be representing local governments at the UNFCCC COP20.
In the meantime ICLEI is counting down to the #COP20 in Lima with a new blog post every day! First up, Yunus Arikan – ICLEI’s Head of Global Policy and Advocacy – writes why the COP20 is our great opportunity to move from vision to action. Let’s connect the dots and make local climate action happen! Read his blog here! The blog will be updated with new blogs each day for the next 10 days in the lead up to the event to stimulate our collective response and global movement of sustainable cities and sub-national governments.
Please also find below the most recent updates from ICLEI’s advocacy work:
Agendas: We have confirmed endorsement of Peru-COP20 Presidency and Poland COP19 Presidency. Updates will be available here
Key events: 8 December Monday at City Hall including launch of GPC, 9 December ICLEI Side event, 11 December Presidency Ministerial Dialogue with Non-State Actors. See the rest of the events here.
ADP Negotiations: all updates are available at here. The latest text of Co-Chairs contain the most important paragraph for local and subnational governments in para 37a. and 37b which states that:
37. [COP] Agrees that effective implementation of enhanced action requires the engagement and contribution of the broadest range of actors and therefore invites:
(a) Parties to further incentivize, in accordance with their national circumstances, climate actions by subnational authorities, including cities, by establishing effective regulatory frameworks and financing mechanisms needed to address barriers and leverage investment;
(b) Subnational authorities, including cities, to scale up and replicate the existing ambitious policies, measures and action highlighted during the technical examination process;
If this is adopted as a COP Decision in Lima, it confirms recognition, engagement and empowerment of local and subnational governments in the global climate regime. This will help us to collectively work together across tiers of government to drive rapid mobilisation and upscaling of actions at the local level in order to achieve global targets, and preparedness.
For questions or comments please do get in touch with the ICLEI Africa Secretariat staff. Be sure to follow us on twitter ( for updates.

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Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Appended is an invitation from CARE and CCAFS Special Seminar in Lima on 7 December 2014 addressing “6 Food Security Issues that COP20 must address”. Details below.
All the best,
Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh
UN SD Education Caucus Co-Chairs

CoCoordinators Climate Change with

Tiahoga Ruge, Jim Taylor, Tich Pesanayi, Kavita Myles, Suzana Padua
Youth Co-Coodinator: Katherine Browne
COP 20 Co-Chair, Barbara Benish [ArtDialogue]
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   Subject: INVITATION FOR ARTICLES: Outreach magazine at COP 20, Lima

INVITATION FOR ARTICLES: Outreach magazine at COP 20, Lima
UNFCCC COP 20, Lima, Peru
Stakeholder Forum will be publishing eleven editions of Outreach to coincide with the 20th session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 20), taking place in Lima, Peru  (1-12 December 2014) and invites all stakeholders to contribute material to be included in the magazine.
The content of the daily editions will be based on a series of themes, which are listed below, along with the deadlines for content and publishing dates.
Articles should be 550-700 words in length and should be relevant to the COP 20 negotiations and UNFCCC process. Submissions can be previously published material, as long as the content is up-to-date and still has relevance. Please note that we are not a research journal and articles should present opinions, ideas and recommendations using non-expert language. Full guidelines for submissions are available here.
Please contact Amy Cutter, if you are interested in contributing an article on one of the themes below or if you have any questions. When getting in touch, please provide details of the article you plan to submit.
We also encourage stakeholders to sign up to the Outreach mailing list to receive the email version of the magazine during the conference. You can subscribe here.
Publishing date              
Final deadline for content  (please note times)      
Monday 1 December
 Climate finance and the framework for climate action
Saturday 29 November 12pm PET (GMT-5)
Tuesday 2 December
 Energy and Climate Change
Sunday 30 November 12pm PET (GMT-5)
Wednesday 3 December
 Disasters, security, loss and damage
Monday 1 December 12pm PET (GMT-5)
Thursday 4 December
 Business, innovation and climate change
Tuesday 2 December 12pm PET (GMT-5)
Friday 5
 Forests, food and agriculture
Wednesday 3 December 12pm PET (GMT-5)
Monday 8 December
 Climate change and health
Friday 5 December 12pm PET (GMT-5)
Tuesday 9 December
 Gender and climate change
Sunday 7 December 12pm PET (GMT-5)
Wednesday 10 December
 Climate and development
Monday 8 December 12pm PET (GMT-5)
Thursday 11 December
 Mountains, water and oceans
Tuesday 9 December 12pm PET (GMT-5)
Friday 12
  Cities, urban governance and transport
Wednesday 10 December 12pm PET (GMT-5)
Friday 19
 Wrap up edition – The road to Paris 2015 (reflections on the events of COP 20 and looking forward to 2015)
Wednesday 17 December 9am GMT
About Outreach
Outreach is a multi-stakeholder publication on climate change and sustainable development, which has been produced at various international conferences since 1997.  Outreach aims to empower stakeholders and provide space for debate and discourse on topics being negotiated at intergovernmental meetings by acting as a vehicle for the diverse voices of stakeholders, including regional and local governments, women’s groups, business, science and technology groups, Indigenous Peoples, trade unions, youth and NGOs.   Previous editions of the magazine can be viewed on the Outreach website.   In line with the UN PaperSmart Initiative, Outreach is distributed primarily as an electronic publication (via the Outreach website and a daily html email to a range of list servers), with a limited number of hard copies made available to event attendees.




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10 de noviembre: preparando el (10D) día preparatorio de acción mundial
Este 10 de noviembre, a solo 30 días de la “Marcha Global de los Pueblos en defensa de la Madre Tierra” con el hashtag #YoMarcho10D, estamos llamando a la acción rumbo a la Cumbre de los pueblos. Todos y todas las personas que deseen hacer una acción, sacar una foto con frases como #YoMarcho10D para Cambiar el Sistema y no el Clima o alusivas a los procesos de luchas que vienen, son bienvenidos.
Eventos auto-gestionados
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Siete ejes temáticos
Un séptimo eje “Mujeres y sostenibilidad de la Vida”

Siete ejes temáticos
Un séptimo eje “Mujeres y sostenibilidad de la Vida” ha sido incorporado a la cumbre.
Les recordamos el conjunto de ejes temáticos:
1. Cambio Civilizatorio y Modelo de Desarrollo.  2. Calentamiento Global y Cambio Climático.  3. Energía. 4.Seguridad y soberanía alimentaria
5. Gestión sustentable del territorio
6. Financiamiento, transferencia de tecnología e inter-aprendizajes.
7. Mujeres y sostenibilidad de la Vida.
Movilización y marcha #YoMarcho10D
Este 10 de diciembre 2014 tendrá lugar en el centro de Lima la gran Marcha Global de los Pueblos en defensa de la Madre Tierra “Cambiemos el Sistema, no el Clima” (el mismo día que la Jornada internacional de los Derechos Humanos). No dudes en sumarte a la acción del 10N y la amplia movilización del 10D desde tu comunidad y tu país y seguir las movilizaciones desdenuestro enlace de monitoreo en vivo de las redes sociales.


Let’s change the System, not the Climate!
10th of November: preparing a preliminary day of global action
This November 10th, with only 30 days until the “Global People’s March in defense of Mother Earth“, we are using the hashtag #YoMarcho10D #IMarch10D as a call to action on the road to the People’s Summit. We invite everyone who wants to take action to take a photo with phrases like “#YoMarcho10D #IMarch10D to change the system not the climate,” or otherwise allude to the process of struggle that is coming.

Self-organised activities and media registration
Registration for self-organized activities is open until 31 October. To register your self-managed activity, please fill out this form.Media can also register using this form

See also the Call fo the Summit in Chinese

Seven Central Themes
A seventh theme “Women and the Sustainability of Life” has been incorporated into the Summit. To remind you of all of the themes:
1. Civilization Change and Development Models  2. Global Warming and Climate Change
3. Energy   4. Food Sovereignty and Security  5. Sustainable Land Management   6. Finance, Technology Transfer, and Knowledge Exchange    7. Women and the Sustainability of Life Mobilization and the March #IMarch10D
This December 10th, International Human Rights Day, the city of Lima will see a huge Global People’s March in defense of Mother Earth “Let’s change the system, not the climate“.
Do not hesitate in joining the preparatory action of November 10th and the big event on December 10th from your own community and follow the mobilizations on our live social hub


Changeons le système, pas le climat!
Préparons la journée le (10D) Journée de préparation à l’action globale/internationale 
Le 10 novembre prochain, à 30 jours seulement de la « Marche Mondiale des Peuples pour la Défense de la Terre Mère » avec le hashtag #JeMarche10D, nous appelons à l’action en vue du Sommet des Peuples. Toutes celles et ceux qui veulent participer à cette mobilisation, avec une action ou la publication d’une photo avec la phrase #JeMarche10D pour Changer le système et pas le Climat ou tout slogan faisant allusion aux luttes en cours, sont les bienvenus.

Activités auto-organisées
Les inscriptions d’activités auto-organisées sont ouvertes jusqu’au 31 octobre prochain. Pour inscrire une activité, merci de remplir ce formulaire.
Presse et médias
Les médias sont invités à s’enregistrer depuis cette page

Sept axes thématiques
Un 7ème axe thématique “Femmes et soutenabilité de la Vie” a été intégré au Sommet. Nous vous rappelons l’ensemble des 7 axes:
1. Crise de Civilisation et du Modèle de Développement  2. Réchauffement planétaire et changement climatique
3. Énergie   4. Sécurité et souveraineté alimentaire  5. Gestion durable du territoire  6. Financement, transfert de technologie et partage des connaissances   7. Femmes et soutenabilité de la Vie

Mobilisation et marche #JeMarche10D
Le 10 décembre 2014 aura lieu dans le centre de Lima la grande Marche Globale de los Pueblos pour la défense de la Terre Mère “Changeons le système, pas le climat” (à la même date que la Journée internationale des Droits de l’homme). N’hésitez pas à participer à l’action du #10N puis à la mobilisation du #10D depuis votre communauté et votre pays et suivre les mobilisations depuis ce lien de suivi direct des réseaux sociaux.

10 de novembro: preparando o (10D) Dia preparatório de ação mundial 
No dia 10 de novembro, a apenas 30 dias da“Marcha Global dos Povos em defesa da Mãe Terra” com o hashtag #YoMarcho10D, estamos convidando para a ação de preparação rumo a Cúpula dos Povos. Todas as pessoas que desejem fazer uma ação, tirar uma foto com frases como #YoMarcho10D para mudar o Sistema e não o Clima ou relativas aos processos de lutas são bem-vindas.
Atividades auto-gestionadas
As inscrições para as atividades autogestionadas se encontram abertas até o dia 31 de outubro. Por favorpreencha este formuláriopara inscrever sua atividade.
Imprensa e mídia  Os meios de comunicação se podem registrar comeste formulario

Sete eixos temáticos
Um sétimo eixo temático “Mulheres e sustentabilidade da Vida” foi incorporado a Cúpula. Lembramos aqui o conjunto de eixos temáticos:
1. Mudanças Civilizatória e Modelos de Desenvolvimento. 2. Aquecimento Global e Mudança Climática 3.Energia  4. Segurança e Soberania Alimentar  5. Gestão Sustentável do Território 6. Financiamento, Transferência de tecnologia e interaprendizagens. 7. Mulheres e sustentabilidade da Vida

Marcha e mobilização  #YoMarcho10D
O 10 de dezembro 2014 terá lugar no centro de Lima uma amplia Marcha Global dos Povos em defesa da Mãe Terra “Mudemos o sistema, não o clima” (o mesmo dia que a Jornada internacional dos Direitos humanos). Não duvidem em participar na ação do 10N e a vasta mobilização do 10D desde a sua comunidade o seu país, e seguir as mobilizações desde a nossomonitoreo em vivo de redes sociais.



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  COP 20 Side Event: Children/Y​outh and Climate Change

 Dear Education Caucus participants of COP20 in LIma,
We would like to cordially invite you to participate in our COP20 event:
“How does Article 6 contribute to the design and implementation of the 2015 climate change agreement?”
Thursday the 4th of December from 11:30-13:00 in the Sipan Room (300)
This interactive panel discussion will focus on universal agreement that considers local and global actions toward adaptation and mitigation which can lead to a global path of climate resilience. The event will highlight the need for all countries to raise awareness, educate and encourage participation of citizens from early age.

Distinguished panelists of all ages and from all parts of the world will address questions considering how policymakers drafting 2015 climate change agreement should engage with youth-led networks to find innovative solutions and how National Strategies for Article 6 of the Convention can stimulate interaction and action with and among children.

Hope to see you at the event!
Donna L Goodman Founding Director Earth Child Institute

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