Schedule Overview

GREENROOM OVERVIEW(Conference Room 11)

Time Monday 23rd
Tuesday 24th
Wednesday 25th
Thursday 26th
9am - 9:45am Daily briefing of the Major Groups and Stakeholders
10am-10:45am Women's Major Group (WECF- Women in Europe for a Common Future, GFC- Global Forest Coalition and Niger-delta women) Women's Empowerment at the heart of the SDGs Global Environment Monitoring System (GEMS)/Water Programme (UNEP)
Specific focus on capacity building needs of African Countries in relation to water quality
Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) CCAC Partners in Action: Focus on air quality, food and energy security and reduction of methane emissions from oil and gas sector. UNEP/ Division of Early Warning Assessment (DEWA)
Future Earth Science
11am – 11:45am Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment /International Nitrogen Initiative(SCOPE/INI)
Excess nutrients in the environment - a global challenge for the 21st century
Sustainable water management models: preventative solutions to climate change
Aqualogy/ Climate Action
Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC)
Short-lived Climate Pollutants - Health, Food Security, Energy and Climate Benefits
South Asia Co-operative Environment Programme (SACEP)
Launching of Post Rio+20 South Asia Development Agenda Report
12pm - 12.45pm

Great Apes Survival Partnership (GRASP)/ Government of Indonesia- UNEP
Sustainable Palm Oil: Generating Global Demand and Raising Market Standards

(12.00- 1.30pm)

Stakeholder Forum
Presentation of Sustainable Development Toolkits:
a) Advocacy toolkit
b) Tests of success for the SDG's

UNEP, UNITAR, TAI, ECLAC
Principle 10: Transparency, Accountability and Citizen Engagement in Environmental Matters.
Focus on Environmental Democracy Index Project and developments in Latin America and Caribbean regarding development of regional legal instrument on Principle 10.

(12.00-1.30pm)

Society for International Development (SID)
The sustainability challenge: Intergenerational Inequalities in the Context of African Structural Transformation
1pm – 1:45pm Regional Director and Major Groups Regional Represenatives (closed meeting) Business Green Economies Dialogue (and others)
UNEP, The Sustainable Development Goals and Business
(1.00- 2.30pm)
2pm – 2:45pm Actis/ Climate Action
Wind and Solar Workshop: A Global Perspective.
Renewable energy investments and Sustainable Energy for All.
Agency for Cooperation and Research in Development (ACORD)

Involving the grassroots in the management of our environment: What lessons are taken into account for the SDGs/post 2015 framework?

Blackbridge/ Climate Action
Supporting Rapid Eye satellite imagery (REDD+) from space to provide a reliable source of information for Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) activities.
3pm – 3:45pm UNEP/ UNDP- Poverty-Environment Initiative (PEI) and UNEP Green Economy Team
Mainstreaming Poverty Reduction for an Inclusive Green Economy

UNEP/ Division of Early Warning
Assessment (DEWA)

How will UNEP Live facilitate your work?:
Presented by Jacqueline McGlade, UNEP
Chief Scientist
www.unep.org/uneplive

DEWA PROVIA (Global Programme of Research on Climate Change Vulnerability, Impacts and Adaptation ) - UNEP
PROVIA session on:
Climate Science For Adaptation Policy
Abu Dhabi Global Environmental Data Initiative (AGEDI)
Eye on Earth project showcase: Showcase projects and garner feedback from MGS on priorities for future Eye on Earth projects and to engage civil society in the 2015 Eye on Earth summit.
4pm - 4:45pm UNEP EETU / UNEP PCDMB / Cologne University of Applied Sciences / CNRD
Innovative environmental education models for the future: A Massive open online course (MOOC) on Disasters and Ecosystems
The Zayed International Foundation for the Environment
Launch of the Higher Education for Environment and Sustainability
Avaya/Climate Action
Climate Change: Technology and You Can Make a Difference
European Environmental Bureau (EEB)
Presenting Atlas for Environmental Justice
5pm - 5:45pm Gulf Research Centre
Water-Energy-Food Nexus a key for Green Economy in the Arab World
Film clip

White Gold

the illegal wildlife trade
Brahma Kumaris Environment Initiative- India: SOLAR ENERGY- Development of solar energy power plant that will provide a sustainable model for decentralised solar energy generation.