Columbia Climate School at COP27

Photographs, Tweets, and Extra: Columbia Climate School at COP27

For the previous two weeks, diplomats from around the globe are gathered in Egypt to debate international local weather options at COP27. Delegates from the Columbia Climate School are in attendance as properly, giving talks, internet hosting panel discussions, and pushing new concepts ahead. Study extra about what we’ve been as much as within the images, tweets, and movies beneath.

alex halliday standing in front of 'science' banner

“We urgently want science and expertise to provide you with new, intelligent, and workable resolution for tackling the local weather disaster.” — Alex Halliday, Columbia Climate School founding dean

brianna fruean speaking at a table

The Columbia Climate School co-hosted a Talanoa dialogue to speed up local weather breakthroughs in small island growing states. In her opening remarks, Brianna Fruean, a younger chief from Samoa, defined that Talanoa means to “open knots, nevertheless it additionally means to tug out the threads, and collectively we are able to weave these threads into a brand new tapestry, and create a imaginative and prescient for a greater future.”

climate justice pavilion banner with climate school logo in lower right corner

The Climate School co-sponsored the Climate Justice Pavilion, based by the Deep South Heart for Environmental Justice, WE ACT for Environmental Justice and the Bullard Heart for Environmental & Climate Justice with the assist of worldwide collaborators.

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Rajiv Joshi (left), affiliate dean of local weather motion on the Columbia Climate School, mentioned the way forward for local weather cooperation amongst non-state actors with co-architect of the Paris Settlement and former Columbia professor Laurence Tubiana; Kenya’s principal power secretary and advisor to Columbia’s Heart on World Vitality Coverage Andrew Kamau; and the New South Wales, Australia minister for power Matthew John Kean. Watch a recording of the occasion right here. Photograph courtesy of Kite Insights

kristina douglass standing in front of a banner about youth and future generations

“Younger folks have been courageous the place we’ve not. They’ve taken a larger share of duty in addressing the disaster and have achieved so with readability of imaginative and prescient about what should be achieved. We should observe their lead.” — Kristina Douglass, Columbia Climate School affiliate professor and Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory archaeologist and anthropologist

Sonya Dyhrman at podium giving powerpoint presentation

Organic oceanographer Sonya Dyhrman from Columbia Climate School’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory offered her analysis in an occasion round ocean-based carbon dioxide elimination.

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A roundtable dialogue co-hosted by the Columbia Climate School and the Columbia Enterprise School introduced collectively senior leaders from throughout industries and organizations to debate the following technology of local weather leaders. The dialogue targeted on what expertise are wanted at this time and sooner or later, how you can acquire experience in local weather and sustainability, what younger leaders are in search of of their profession paths, and how you can ship affect.

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The Columbia Enterprise School and the Columbia Climate School co-hosted an in-depth dialogue on local weather and finance. Panelists mentioned how will we create markets and mechanisms that incentivize inexperienced investing? What are the brand new and rising applied sciences we must be watching? And the way will we be sure that the impacts and advantages of investments and expertise are distributed equitably?