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|7/28/2014 19:56:07||World Association of Former United Nations Internes and Fellows (WAFUNIF)||Pincas Jawetz; Dr. Ibne Hassan||PJawetz@gmail.com||Attend Summit only||No||Pincas Jawetz||World Association of Former United Nations Internes and Fellows (WAFUNIF)||www.wafunif.org||Austria||Austria||Male||78||English, German, Rumanian, Spanish, French||#1: Was involved in aspects of Environment and an Economy open to Alternate Energy Sources. At the UN was Special Fellow for above topics at UNITAR and for three years tried to open the UN to such matters.|
#2: Considering the practical aspects of the UN Secretary-General's Climate Summit and the location of the SE4AII Headquarters in Vienna, we think Pincas Jawetz is an ideal participant for civil society involvement in the proceedings- because of experience and location. Mr. Jawetz worked planning for agricultural crops to answer the need for octane, when moving to unleaded gasoline. This was an interdisciplinary task that called for the investigation of farm policy and petroleum technology debunking negative myths in both areas. His work showed inter-linkages that help the economy at large. He is a strong believer that a Watt saved is worth more than a Watt produced and talks of Nega-Watts and Nega-Barrels. He believes the greatest yet uncovered source of energy is the energy of the sea, and that leapfrogging with new technologies help communities that otherwise would be chained to old and dying technologies. He found wisdom with old traditional knowledge in yet underdeveloped counties.
|#1. Born in Chernivtsi in what is now the Ukraine. Came to the US in 1962 - has degrees in Physical Chemistry International Management and an MBA. Was Consultant on Energy Policy active in Biofuels - in many countries and eventually volunteered on a one dollar/year basis to try to introduce aspects of the economics of alternate energy to the UN. Is ready to re-involve himself in these topics now again. He is a resident of Vienna, Austria now. Would like to be one of the 20 non-funded participants at the Summit.|
#2: Pincas Jawetz, an Austrian, born in Romania in an area that is now Chernivtsi in the Ukraine, is an Applied Physical Chemist with degrees also in International Management and an MBA. He moved to the US in 1962, and since 1972 worked on energy policy in the US and overseas. When his wife retired as well they made Vienna the main residence. In the 1970s worked on the potential supply of alternate fuels replacing petroleum, and was on the Hudson Institute team that recommended the creation of the Synfuels Corporation in the US, but then, with Brazil helped the introduction of Biofuels. Realizing the impact of the fuel economy on the environment, he moved early on to a Green approach to the subject. From the 1992 Rio Conference on he tried to figure out energy policies that take into account the potential of energy from renewable sources as the main theme of Sustainability and the potential of Sustainable Development. At the UN, Mr. Jawetz was a special fellow at UNITAR dealing with Renewable Energy. At UNIDO he participated as the policy person on Ethanol, and at IIASA he enlarged on the Gas study by including biogas. For the UN Energy Study he helped change the traditional energy triangle by putting gas on top of the triangle and talking of oil and coal as the energies of the past thus debunking the myth that there was an oil and gas industry at the time the oil industry had no interest in gas.
|1. Wrote "A Promptbook on Sustainable Development For The World Summit In Johannesburg" August 2002, on behalf of The Center For UN Reform Education (CURE).|
2. Wrote the policy parts in "Fuel From Farms" February 1980 for The Solar Energy Research Institute (SERI) of the US Department of Energy.
3. Wrote "The Potential Of A Desert Economy" April 1986 on behalf of UNITAR, as contribution to the UN Conference on Africa.
4. Wrote the chapter on Arid Lands for the Club of Rome volume - "Africa Beyond The Famine".
5. Organized the Symposium on "Global Potentialities of Gas Fuels and Feedstocks" at the 1985 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
6. Organized the "First InterAmerican Conference on Renewable Sources of Energy, November 1979. New Orleans, Louisiana. Introduced the main topic as "The Economic Realities of Alcohol Fuels."
|7/28/2014 20:00:30||Friends of the earth sierra leone.||Abubakar Sesayemail@example.com||Representative to speak in the 2014 Climate Summit Opening on behalf of civil society at large (Candidates must be female, under the age of 30, and from a developing country)||Yes||Abubakar sesay||Friends of the earth sierra leone||www.foei.org/sierra leone||Sierra Leone||sierra leone||male||40||English||He has represented the organization in similar meetings.||He was born in southern sierra Leone.with a degree in forestry and the environment.||not available||2 presentations in the 4th conference on LDCs in lstanbul in 2011|
|7/28/2014 20:19:21||SHED Foundation||Sanjoy Baraifirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Jakir Hossain Bhuiyan Masud||SHED Foundation||Bangladesh||Bangladesh||Male||33||English||He is an academician,program manager and researcher in the field of public health for 9 years. He worked in several high impact international collaborative projects like Global Adult Tobacco Survey 2009 Bangladesh that a project of CDC, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and World Health Organization; P4P that a project of UNICEF & Population Council. He worked in World Health Organization in 2011.||Dr. Jakir has more than 9 years Research and Teaching experience at NYDASA, ICDDR’B, NIPSOM, BIRDEM, BIHS, MOHFW, WHO, Planning Commission, TIB from 2005 to till now. He has article and poster presentation in national and international arena.He is specialized in Evaluation, Advocacy, Leadership and Management, Performance Monitoring and Improvement. He developed and maintained website. He got scholarship and trained on Graduate Program on Leadership program of Tobacco Control from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHBSPH), USA in 2012. He also trained on Tobacco Economics, Capacity Building on Tobacco Control, Health Informatics,DHIS2,HL7. He facilitated a workshop on e-Learning (Wiki and Moodle) at BIHS in 2011.He was a course teacher of Moodle (eLearning web). He worked as Consultant at UNICEF.He is working as Regional Representative of Global Youth Action on Tobacco for Asia.He nominated as Member of Board of Director of The Union in 2012. He also nominated as Vice-Chair of Tobacco Control of The Union in 2013.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/rx7ioaym6lwy8w6/Jakir_Hossain_SHED_Foundation_CV.doc||https://www.dropbox.com/s/6ez4syu4s1upg09/Jakir_Hossain_SHED_Foundation_Writing.pdf|
|7/28/2014 21:26:07||Bangladesh Institute of ICT in Development (BIID)||Shahid Uddin Akbaremail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Md Shahid Uddin Akbar||Bangladesh Institute of ICT in Development (BIID)||www.biid.org.bd||Bangladesh||Bangladesh||Male||44||English||Mr. Akbar is a leading entrepreneurs and development practitioner in the field of Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D) in Bangladesh and serving in various countries in Africa. His long term commitment to empower the poor communities through entrepreneurship and by using ICT tools like mobile phone is already been recognized by various local and international organizations. He is working with different UN organizations like FAO, ITU. Mr. Akbar's strategy to integrate climate change issues through mass communication and integration in agricultural practices positioned his most innovative initiative e-Krishok (Electronic Farmer, www.ekrishok.com) is now the leading e-Agriculture initiative in Bangladesh as well as rest of the world.||Md Shahid Uddin Akbar is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Bangladesh Institute of ICT in Development (BIID), an inclusive business initiative to promote the use of ICT as a tool for sustainable development. BIID covers research and development (R&D), Project Design & Development, Implementation, Impact Assessment on telecentres, e-Agriculture, e-Health, e-Health, e-Governance, entrepreneurship development, capacity building and content development. The flagship initiative e-Krishok (Electronic Farmer) is one Mr. Akbar’s effort to innovate & demonstrate the scopes of ICT to serve the rural farmers and develop a business model. e-Krishok won various national and international recognition for its contribution to food security. BIID successfully implemented projects in Tanzania and initiated new project in Myanmar under the leadership of Mr. Akbar. Md Shahid Uddin Akbar, born on August 4, 1970 at Chittagong, Bangladesh completed his Masters in Finance and Banking, Mr. Akbar joined a private commercial bank and served as Credit Officer for 8 eight years. During working in Bank, Mr. Akbar volunteered in various ICT4D initiatives. In 2000, Mr. Akbar established a voluntary organization titled ICT for Development Program Bangladesh (ICTDP’B) to bring the benefits of ICT in the rural areas. He contributed in the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) at national and international level. Mr. Akbar worked as ICT Consultant in SwissContact/Katalyst, Bangladesh from July 2004 to June 2008. Katalyst, a multi donor funded project promoting competitiveness of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and to address the ‘information failure’ exists in rural areas in different sectors including health. Under this project, new business model for establishing Telecenter (Rural ICT Center) in rural areas has been developed to serve the rural communities in a sustainable and commercially viable model. Mr. Akbar is now serving as a Member of the Executive Committee of the Asia Pacific Telecentre Network (APTN) and Member of the Expert Panel of Telecentre.org Foundation. He also involved with Junior Chamber International (JCI), Internet Society and Rotary International. He is now serving as the Director, Service Projects for Rotary Club of Dhaka Mahanagar under Rotary District 3281 (Bangladesh)|
|7/28/2014 23:25:22||women initiative for development and enviromental protection (widep)||prof olufunke firstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||prof olufunke egunjobi||widep||nigerian||Nigeria||female||74||english||This candidate was an invited participant as a co-chairman at the 1992 United Nations Methyl Bromide Workshop to find ways of finding substitutes to the Ozone Layer depleting substances being the major causes of the climate change. She was invited by IFAD in 2010 as the environment and climate change specialist for IFADs Detail Mission on Marketing Infrastructure [ Contract No 62276-0001] . She is the Founder and Executive Director of Women Initiative for Development and Environmental Protection in her efforts to involve the women as change agents in our efforts to redeem our environment . She is the Founder of the WIDEP Environmental School Clubs designed to cash them young for the Environment starting with Ekiti State in Nigeria. She is a member of the National Conservation Foundation among other environmental projects.||Prof. Olufunke Egunjobi was born some seven decades ago in a small ancient town called Iddo - Ajinnare now known as Ido - Ile in Ekiti State of Nigeria. She retired from the University service after some 36 years of meritorious service to the system. She retired as the Acting Vice - Chancellor of the University of Ado -Ekiti. She joined the University in 1987 as Proffessor of Zoology. She became the Head of the Dept and rose through the administrative ladder to become Dean of Science, Deputy Vice - Chancellor by a Senate vote of 30 to 2, and became Acting Vice -Chancellor after which she retired. She served her State as Commissioner for Education and later Commissioner for Information, Youths, Sports and Culture in the old Ondo State of Nigeria before Ekiti State was created. She had a BSc Honours Zoology [London], MSc [Massey] and PhD [Ibadan]' She commenced her Academic career Jan. 1968 in the University of Ibadan where she introduced the new subject of Plant Nematology into the University curriculum for the first time in Nigeria. She worked in several other Universities and Institutes including Iowa State University in Ames USA, and University of Agriculture, Makurdi [Nigeria] on sabbatical leave, Agric. Research Management Institute, Ilorin, and the Agric. Research Station, Moor Plantation, Ibadan where I understudied the American Nematologist in 1964 -65. Today, am a retiree, working for my NGO [WIDEP] and other NGOs and as a Consultant to several Organizations including UN, FAO, UNDP, IFAD, UNESCO, WADAR etc . Am recognised for my vision for working for environmentally friendly pesticides and introducing natural pesticides studies at a time when chemical pesticides were the in thing that gave researchers much money|
|7/28/2014 23:31:38||Corporación Red Nacional de Mujeres Comunales, Comunitarias, Indígenas y Campesinas de la República de Colombia||Mercedes Vergara de Perdomoemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change", Attend Summit only||Yes||Alba Lucía Castañeda Vélez||Corporación Red Nacional de Mujeres Comunales, Comunitarias, Indígenas y Campesinas de Colombia||Colombiana||Colombia||Femenino||63||Español||Es una mujer rural con amplia experiencia en trabajo con comunidades, estudios especializados, Promotora de los Derechos Humanos participante en Talleres de Creación de Capacidad sobre el Convenio de Diversidad Biológica y Estrategias Nacionales de Acción sobre las Estrategias de Planes de Acción Nacionales para la Biodiversidad EPANDB. Tallerista sobre temas de Biodiversidad, Cambio Climático, Derechos Humanos y organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro. Panelista en la Universidad Peruana los Andes UPLA de Huancayo Perú, en el Primer Congreso sobre Salud, Ciencia y Desarrollo Social, Panelista en Primer Congreso sobre Economía Social y Solidaria y Empresas Comunitarias. Participante Conferencia WIN Red Mundial Indígena, en Darwin Territorio del Norte Australia. Por lo anterior considero que tiene una buena experiencia y puede cumplir con los criterios indicados.||Mujer Rural, Profesional Especializada. Seis veces becaria de la Cooperación Internacional Española para el Desarrollo AECID. representante por Colombia en Voces y Visiones de América Latina para la Justicia Social y de Género, Revista WIDE Bruselas Bélgica, Directora Ejecutiva y Representante Legal de la Corporación Red Nacional de Mujeres Comunales, Comunitarias, Indígenas y Campesinas de la República de Colombia, Directora Ejecutiva de la Corporación Ambientalista HOJAS DE HIERBA con la que trabaja en comunidades sobre los temas de la Biodiversidad y el Cambio Climático desde hace 12 años. Asesora de Comunidades en los temas del Agua, Medio Ambiente y Desarrollo.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/4d2c42wch73x3jn/Alba_Lucia_CV.docx|
|7/28/2014 23:47:23||Shanghai Tongji Urban Planning & Design Institute||Zhou Yubinfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Sheng Ying||Shanghai Tongji Urban Planning & Design Institute||Chinese||China||Male||31||Chinese & English||Mr. Sheng Ying has been an urban planner in our Institute since De. 2006. He has been proactively studying and promoting green city planning, monitoring and development for many cities in China. He is familiar with the Chinese circumstance in climate change from an urban planning perspective. He has been invited by many international organisations and projects as an expert in dealing with climate change issues, such as UN World Climate Conference 3 held by World Meteorological Organisation in 2009, which makes him good at communicating with international colleagues. He can provide a view from Chinese urban planners. He is also fluent in English. If he is chosen to attend this summit, the Institute will approve his leave for attendance in the summit. He also holds a US visa now, which makes him available to participate the summit. Since he is promoting UN-Habitat Green and Sustainable Cities Programme in China, his participation to the summit will also help to bring back new ideas back to China and support the future work in the vast number of cities in China to build climate resilient cities.||Mr. Sheng Ying has been Urban Planner of Shanghai Tongji Urban Planning & Design Institute, Tongji University, China since Dec. 2006. A graduate in urban planning, Sheng Ying holds a Master’s degree of Master of Civic Design from the University of Liverpool, UK and a Bachelor’s degree of BSc of Environmental Resources and Urban-rural Planning Management from Chongqing Jiaotong University, China. Mr. Sheng Ying is a member of Royal Town Planning Institute, UK and International Society of City and Regional Planners. His research interest covers green city planning, green city indicators and climate change adaptation planning.|
Since enrolled to work in Dec. 2006, he has joined in a number of planning projects in China, covering urban design, master planning and detailed planning. Moreover, he has been invited by international organisations such as UN-Habitat, World Bank, Asian Development Bank, and Cities Initiative for Asia as an urban planning expert. In 2009, he was invited by World Meteorological Organisation to give a presentation at World Climate Change Conference 3 on Chinese urban planning’s response to climate change in Geneva, Switzerland. At the same year, he was also invited by International Society of City and Regional Planners to be as one of the 28 Young Planning Professionals from worldwide to formulate the Low Carbon Development Strategy for Douro Valley Region in Portugal to address the climate change issue locally. In 2010, he was also invited by Global Planners Network (GPN) to attend GPN congress in Montreal, Canada and deliver a presentation on A Study on Shanghai’s Strategy for Sea Level Rise. Since 2010, he joined World Bank Guizhou Province Cultural and Natural Heritage Conservation and Development Project to provide community based climate change adaption plans for minority communities. And since 2012, he has been joining UN-Habitat Green and Sustainable Cities Programme to promote green city planning, monitoring, evaluating and development in China.
|7/29/2014 0:10:55||COMITE ECUATORIANO DE DERECHOS HUMANOS Y SINDICALES||LUCY PAREDES GARCIAemail@example.com||Representative to speak in the 2014 Climate Summit Opening on behalf of civil society at large (Candidates must be female, under the age of 30, and from a developing country)||Yes||FRANCISCO DIOGENES ZAMBRANO CAMPUZANO||Comite Ecuatoriano de Derechos Humanos y Sindicales CEDHUS||www.cedhus.org||ECUADOR||ECUADOR||MASCULINO||57||ESPAÑOL||Es una persona con una gran experiencia en la defensa y promocion de los derechos humanos.|
A sido Secretario Ejecutivo y actualmente Presidente reelecto del Comite Ecuatoriano de Derechos Humanos y Sindicales CEDHUS, desde su fundacion hace ya 25 años.
A participado como Observador Electoral Internacional, en las Elecciones Presidenciales ultimas de PERU, ARGENTINA, MEXICO, COSTA RICA Y PANAMA
Es una persona con una gran experiencia y oratoria locuas.
|FRANCISCO ZAMBRANO CAMPUZANO, |
Nacio el 20 de Agosto del año 1957 en Guayaquil Ecuador America del Sur.
Desde su epoca de estudiante, se destaco como Dirigente de la Federacion de Estudintes Secundarios del Ecuador FESE.
En sus Estudios Universitarios fue Miembro del Secretariado Ejecutivo de la Federacion de Estudiantes Univeritarios del Ecuador FEUE.
Trabajo durante mas de 20 años en el M. I. Municipio de Guayaquil - Ecuador, donde Fundo el Sindicato General de Trabajadores del M. I. Municipio de Guayaquil, con mas de 900 afiliados, siendo su Secretario General Reelecto durante 13 años en forma consecutiva.
Fue Presidente de la Juventud Trabajadora Ecuatoriana J.T.E.
Fue Miembro del Comite Ejecutivo Nacional de la Confederacion de Trabajadores del Ecuador CTE, siendo el mas joven de los Dirigentes.
Fue Secretario de Defensa Juridica de la Federacion de Trabajadores Libres Municipales del Ecuador FETRALME, y como tal, participo en el Congreso Mundial de la Internacional de Servidores Publicos ISP - CIOLS, realizado en Caracas Venezuela.
Mayor informacion de nuestro compañero y amigo FRANCISCO ZAMBRANO CAMPUZANO, en gooble, es un luchador social de reconocida trayectoria nacional e internacional, de humilde presentacion y con un gran corazon humano, siempre solidario
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|7/29/2014 1:21:31||Consumers Association||Surendran.PAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Surendran Padiyangattil Ayyappan||Consumers Association||www.consumersindia.org||Indian||India||Male||55||English||The environmental pollution is a serious threat to the existence and survival of human-race. Unpolluted air to breath,uncontaminated water to drink,nutritious food to eat and hygienic condition to live are unavoidable essentials for survival of human race. Land surface, water resources, atmosphere,forests,and wildlife are part and parcel of the environment.||Surendran.PA, a senior Consumer activist and environmentalist in India having 23 years of experience in social service. He is the General Secretary of an NGO named the Consumers Association one of the NGO having the United Nations ECOSOC Special Consultative Status Accreditation . Spreading Environmental and Consumer Education among students and youth community and Use of novel ways towards eradication of illiteracy , corruption and unethical practices in all walks of life , Exemplary work ensuring justice to the poor, through public awareness and national campaigns , Taking up the cause of the Civil Society or the public interest in general at executives , judicial, political and legislative levels and Creating sense of responsibility amongst public servants.. He has participated 5 International Conferences and a number of National and State level conferences. He has been nominated many National level policy making committees by the Government of India.||www.consumersindia.org||www.consumersindia.org|
|7/29/2014 1:31:32||NGO "Terra-1530"||Botnaru Petruemail@example.com||Representative to speak in the 2014 Climate Summit Opening on behalf of civil society at large (Candidates must be female, under the age of 30, and from a developing country)||Yes||Semeniuc Anna||NGO "Terra-1530"||http://terra1530.md||Moldova||Moldova||Female||27||English||Anna Semeniuc, expert NGO "Terra-1530" (project "Square Vorniceni):|
The development of the project is going to be done in several steps: creating of a project (already done), building of small architectural forms (pergolas, pavilions, benches, and
fountain) and walk roads; planting of trees, and creating of " owerbeds, providing of wireless Internet. e main customers who will bene# t of the solution are villagers and of course every person coming to visit the place for having a rest. Another pro# t is further
appearance of similar green zones all other the world. An indirect pro# t of such places is providing of a new way of thinking and perception of the world by the youth.
From the very start more partners were committed to ! nding a solution for a community problem of global importance.
Over a period of free years a$ er planting of square the
representatives of Forest Research Institute will control the plantation and its quality. Also there will be supplied the necessary care of all the planted trees and shrubs. For providing
of this care we will involve people from the village (new work places).
Creation of a square will also provide the exchange of experience with other countries, which allows us to involve new # nancial resources at an international level.
|2010 – 2011 Landscape designer, Institute of Forest Researches and Arrangements (IFRA), Chisinau, Republic of Moldova|
04.2011 – 04.2012 LOGO Practice in ecological agriculture, Stuttgart, Germany
05.2012 – 01.2013: Engineer, department of forest projects and observation, IFRA, Republic of Moldova
01. 2013-present - Chief department Projects and Forest research, IFRA, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova;
May 2013-today – chief editor, magazine “Gradina mea”.
2012 – present: expert NGO “Terra-1530”
|7/29/2014 1:51:23||United Nations Association Nigeria Chapter||Mr. Ganiyu Owolabifirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Yinusa Rex Razaq Ajenifuja||Hope for HIV/AIDS Life Supports International||www.hopeforhivaids.org||Nigeria||Nigeria||Male||46||English||The nominee has huge influence among youth leaders across the country and around west Africa Sub region, he is a leading voice in advocacy on varying community development matters and has enormous impacts.||He is an Executive member of national Youth Council the hub of all youth related activities for the nation.|
He is the promoter of Nigerian Youth & Climate change Initiative that was founded in 2012 and it active in promoting climate change and eco-friendly attitude among youths in the nation.
An Executive Member of United nation Association Nigeria Chapter (UNA-Nigeria) and the chairman Climate Change Project Commettee
The founder and Executive Director of Hope for HIV/AIDS Life Supports International, a leading Home-based Care and HIV NGO that has contributed in integrating interfaith approach in reducing stigma and discrimination of People living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria and Ghana.
A memeber of British Council project on MDGs and youth development.
He hold B.Sc in Economics and M.B.A in Management from University of Nigeria Nsukka and has written many youths and development relating to climate change articles published in many national dailies with strong online presence
|7/29/2014 2:55:13||IB of Legal Service for Human Rights Commission (Major working group)||Mr Gur Amar Singh Sidhuemail@example.com||Yes||Gur Amar Singh Sidhu||IB of Legal Service for Human Rights commission||www.ggsnetwork.com||Indian||India||62||English||He has already submitted the Climate Change and environment report near about 12 pages in the COP was held at Campahegon in 2009||It is submitted that I am working with the United nations in the field of Environments Climate Change, UNPFII OECD ICT, NGO Branch DESA etcs at least 30 years.||being nsend you||being send you|
|7/29/2014 3:00:23||Shamsher Tour & Travels International Organization||Mr Shamsher Singh Khakhfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||SHAMSHER SINGH KHAKH||SHAMSHER TOUR & TRAVELS INTERNATION ORGANIZATION||WWW.STTIO.COM (UNDER CONSTRUCTION)||INDIA||INDIA||56||ENGLISH||ASIA A DETAIL REPORTS ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENTS||I AM WORKING ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENT OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION SYSTEMS||BEING SEND TO YOU||BEING SEND TO YOU|
|7/29/2014 3:03:12||Peace and Life Enhancement Initiative International (PLEII) and Community Development Initiative||Olajide Osode & Olumide Igbodipeemail@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change", Attend Summit only||Yes||Odukoya Olugbenga Olatunji||Peace and Life Enhancement Initiative Internatioanal||www.pleii.org||Nigerian||Nigeria||Male||38||English||Mr. Odukoya Olugbenga Olatunji is an International Development Analyst, I have at the different occasions as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, witness and see him advocating and implementing climate change activities in the communities. Mr. Odukoya Olatunji Olugbenga is the Executive Director of Peace and Life Enhancement Initiative International, (PLEII), I have known him for over 7 years in the developiment industry, He is a strong advocate in his immediate communities and local governments on human rights, health related issues, good government, environment and climate protections.He uses his resources to fund the organization ensuring that the right messages are passed across the line of those who have direct authority or control and also those who are directly or indirectly affected.||He is a young dynamic man, with 3years of work experience as a Development Worker, and about 15years in the corporate industry. He has Master Degree (MA) in International Development Management from the University of Manchester , MBA in Marketing Management from Lagos State University, Nigeria and Professional qualification in Corporate Administration from the Chartered Institute of Administration, Nigeria. Within his short time in the development work, Mr. Olugbenga Odukoya has been able to turn various networks in Ogun State, Nigeria into a formidable network. I am aware he is working on starting a network of Civil Society on Climate Change and Environment Protection in Ogun State Nigeria. He is a responsible, reliable and well respected person in the communities and among his colleagues because of his outstanding and uncompromising dedication to good governance, human rights and environment protection. He is happily married with 3 children. He is an International Development Analyst, studied International Development Management at post graduate level in Univeritys of Manchester, has MBA in Marketing Management and also advance diploma in Corporate Managerial Administration. He experiences cut across corporate and development industry.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-yjj2KbYPENbmtnY1JtaU1EbFE/edit?usp=sharing||n/a|
|7/29/2014 3:03:24||EquityBD/COAST||M Rezaul Karim Chowdhuryemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change", Attend Summit only||Yes||M Rezaul Karim Chowdhury||EquityBD / COAST||www.equitybd.org / www.coastbd.org||Bangladeshi||Bangladesh||Male||58||English||I am from a disappearing island called Kutubdia, my family has to migrate due to climate change, sea water raise. I have been interviewed by BBC Bangla, Aljazeera and Roiters on the issue several time. I have been participating in UNFCCC CoP Bali, Copenhagen, Cancun, Durban and Doha and organized seminars on climate migrant's rights, and press conferences on on on going negotiation, which has also been published in international media. I am also active in advocacy in national level on climate fund, climate adaptation planning, and climate budgeting with positive engagement with our government. My organization COAST (www.coasatbd.org) is working for coastal poor in Bangladesh and my network organization EquityBD (www.equitybd.org) is doing campaign at national and international level. I am also part of the international network Social Watch, LDC Watch, APRN, SAAPE, People's SAARC, GATJ and JSAPMDD. So I feel that I can better speak as one of the climate victim and as climate advocate as well.||I have post graduation on Sociology and Management from Bangladesh and Denmark. I have started job in a development project as a Coordinator for mobilization for education in remote and famine prone areas of Bangladesh. Then I have gone to Bhola island in taking a job to manage a project (started since 1982) by an international NGO (Action Aid) and also to transform the project in to a local NGO, which is COAST (since 1998). At present COAST is directing supporting around 120 thousand families of Bhola, Kutubdia, Moheskhali, 14 sandbar chars, in 9 coastal districts of Bangladesh.|
I realize without advocacy in national and international level there will be little on policy changes and if there will be no policy changes there will be little on sustainable development and poverty eradication. And advocacy require alliance building and networking, then since 2001 we have formed Equity and Justice Working Group Bangladesh (EquityBD), we have alliance membership with Social Watch, LDC Watch, GATJ (Global Alliance on Tax Justice), SAAPE (South Asian Alliance for Poverty Eradication), People's SAARC, Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN), Jubilee South Asia Pacific Movement for Debt and Development (JSAPMDD), I have participated, speaks as panel members in several international conferences, especially organized by UNESCAP on Post 2015 issues.. Since 2007 in UNFCCC CoP I have been organizing seminar on Climate Migrant's Right in Copenhagen, Cancun, Durban, Warsaw, and Doha along with other organization and networks. I have also organized press conferences in those CoPs providing views from the perspective of climate vulnerable countries.
|7/29/2014 3:04:36||Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS||Mr. Olowu Josephfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Okene John Sunday||Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS FCT||www.nepwhan.org||Nigeria||Nigeria||Male||36||English||Mr. John he is the Head of Nigeria delegation to World Assembly Youth he has been very active in the mobilization and sensitization he also a member of National Youth Council of Nigeria he has been representing the Organization in the USA and other Country we are very sure that he will contribute his quota to the International Development.||Mr. John was born in Okene Local Government Area Area of Kogi State he attended L S M North Primary School Okene he Obtain his Business Administration from Nasarawa State Polytechnic.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/7dj1ltps6m29p3l/JOHN%20OKENE%20CV.docx|
|7/29/2014 3:05:21||international council for human rights||rajkumar email@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||No||rajkumar yadav||international council for human rights||indian||India||male||34||english||the candidate is dedicated his life to society and committed for human beings with up liftment of child and human bieng.worked a lot for environment and have the active and presence in various countries.being to make aware for social cause everywhere with hard effort and great concept.|
nominee is lead various delegation in different countries, devoted for social cause, widely travelled and a prominent speaker with ground knowledge of organising the events and seminars.
|i started my student life with student leader for the cause of up liftment of youth as well as students with environment issues.later i fight for environment,socialism and peace throughout the world by delegation and seminars.i lead my group from india at 17th festival of youth and students ,pretoria (south africa) and many more places i conducted seminar and conferences for global warming, world peace and socialism. i dedicated my life to society for social cause.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/74d374o4x018bj6/Rajkumar_Yadak_Intl_Council_for_HR_CV.docx|
|7/29/2014 3:35:53||Change Planet Partners Climate Innovation Foundation||Mr. A.M.Raofirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Suman Kalyani Apparusu||Change Planet Partners Climate Innovation Foundation||wp.me/P1XaQ4-2||Indian||India||Female||42||English, Hindi, Telugu||Ms Suman Apparusu represents Change Planet Partners Climate Innovation Foundation (CPPCIF) in the "Managing Trustee" capacity; and has broad responsibilities for running the trust affairs, managing the trust operations, advocacy, financials and for board co-ordination functions.Under her leadership, the trust , in three years to its inception, has garnered attention and strategic networking relations with both national and international climate stakeholders, led the foundation's participation in global climate innovation challenges and contributed to strong gender-climate constituency advocacy efforts through the GGCA forum and facilitated the formation of the UN-FAO led AAHM India's national CSO led alliance for combating hunger /malnutrition. Ms Apparusu's potential presence at the Summit, we strongly believe, can enhance the impact of her relentless advocacy efforts for the causes of climate change, innovation as well as gender.||Ms Apparusu, founded CPPCIF with a vision and mission to enable and to catalyze climate innovation in India with specific foci on the food-water-energy sectors in India. She holds an MBA in Strategic Carbon Management from the UEA, the U.K, two advanced diplomas in Systems Management and Management Consultancy along with a formal technology bachelors qualification B.Tech(Chem Engg). Prior to embarking on mid-career change in 2008, to acquire MBA qualification, she led $5-60 mio USD IT SCM technology consulting assignments globally cutting across manufacturing, healthcare, EPC verticals. |
Her key accomplishments include leading the foundation's participation in the global climate innovation challenges, expert presence on and contribution to key climate stakeholder networks/deliberations, initiating the CSO led NAAHM India formation and getting the foundation's women grass-root innovators cookstove support programme for evaluation to the UNFCCC - Momentum for Change, Women for Results - track among others.
|7/29/2014 4:24:40||United Force For Development||Yussif Abdul Muminemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Abdallah Mohammed Awal||United Force For Development||http://www.uffd.org/||Ghanaian||Ghana||Male||30||English||Abdallah Mohammed Awal is a member of United Force For Development- a civil society organization. He is currently a deputy secretary of the Northern Region Environmental Civil Society Organisations Coalition (NRECSOC) in Ghana. He has been very effective and instrumental in speaking out, advocating and leading campaigns in the Northern Region of Ghana on Environment and climate change issues. He is always available to participate in any cause related to Climate change to contribute his knowledge and expertise towards on the topic.I therefore believe he meets the criteria and hereby nominate and recommend him as an attendee and a participant of the Climate Summit 2014.||Abdallah Mohammed Awal is an Activist with over six years experience in advocating for causes and campaigns for positive change in northern Ghana. He is the Projects Office of United Force for Development - an NGO that uses innovative drama-based workshops and performances to empower young people with knowledge and skills to stand up to the challenges confronting our communities. he is very outspoken in environment and climate change issues and has presented speeches on several fora to educate people good environmental practices.This has opened him up to understand the environmental and development challenges confronting the communities in northern Ghana. He has a passion for development work and for that matter; he is a volunteer for many causes and network organizations aimed at reducing the plight of human suffering in many communities across Ghana. Awal has sound administrative and management skills, fundraising skills and strategic planning. He holds a Diploma in Basic Education Certificate from the University Of Cape Coast and a BA. Integrated Development Studies (Development Communication Option) degree, from the University for Development Studies in Ghana.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/tpyjraqzyor71tq/MOHAMMED%20AWAL%20ABDALLAH.docx|
|7/29/2014 4:38:16||UDYAMA||Mr. Pradeep Mahapatrafirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Pradeep Mahapatra||UDYAMA||www.udyama.org||INDIAN||INDIA||Male||52||English||UDYAMA( www.udyama.org ) is engaged in implementing and involved in advocacy, facilitating & promoting community development process to enhance socio economic empowerment as part of Community Resilience Process. UDYAMA has intervened empowering community institutions to ascertain their access and management rights over natural resources and deepening governance leading to resilient processes. Considering this pragmatic opportunity, UDYAMA has begun efforts to build capacities of various stakeholders, community institutions, NGOs and CBOs for undertaking economic development and resilience planning and management activities to foster good resource governance. Thus tools for model building, strategic planning and sustainable management of development process and resource plan aspects are supportive of community and governance processes. This gives me a chance to undertake the responsibility of motivating my colleagues and co-partners for this global conference||Am a Development Catalyst with 28 years of experience in managing human relationships, environmental and development initiatives in rural, urban and tribal areas. I have Worked with community, NGOs, International NGOs CARE-India responsible for Rehabilitation of super cyclone (2000-2005), shouldered responsibility in undertaking massive livelihoods restoration.|
Now I am spearheading UDYAMA, (www.udyama.org ) as founder and chief functionary undertaking citizen action on END-WATER-POVERTY-campaign, Deepening-Governance & Capitalizing Mainstream resources impact
towards livelihoods of poor, Community Disaster Resilient process & Climate Justice and human rights , undertaking social entrepreneurships and . UDYAMA is one of the participating organizations with UNECOSOC, UN-Global Compact, GNDRR, UNCONGO, UNFCCC,UNEP- SCP, Major stakeholder,UNCCD, UNFCCC, UN-Climate Caucus, Global End-Water Poverty, NGO-gateway, WASH-forum NAADRR, CDRN,
SPHERE-India, WSSCCC, WSP, SusanA, stakeholders’ forum and Water and Climate Coalition. Very Recently UDYAMA awarded International Award for Environment at Seoul from Kyobo Foundation , A cash prize of 18800
USD with A Momento
I am a team player working in tough & challenging conditions & managing major conflicts are my strength , undertake Next Development Challenge
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|7/29/2014 4:51:22||AFARD/AAWORD||Hela Kochbatiemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Hela Kochbati||Association for African Women for Research and Development||www.afard.org||Tunisian||Tunisia||Female||42||English/Frensh/Arabic/Italian||I'm sensitive to the potentialities of the natture and the impact of human, as creative and operating for a creative evolution, to the successful strategies of consolidation of the common efforts of prevention and the effective restructurings of the humanitarian support, to the attachment in the universal values as well as in the sustainable development. Therefore, this is an important work in the intensification of the programs of preservation and the enrichment of the world heritage. My first contribution was in this summit : www.ccc2006.ca||Born in 1972 in Tunis. Hela Kochbati is researcher, French and English speaker, citizen of the world without borders, is interested in the questions bound to the women (social and educational advancement, the protection of environment and the nature), climate change and sustainable development. Interested by the organic farming, the arts and the culture, travels and the poetry.||Climate change impact|
|7/29/2014 4:56:54||AFRICAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION||Mme MANGA Marie Mathildefirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Mme MANGA Marie Mathilde née ONANA NGASSIMI||AFRICAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION||africanwomenassociation.org||CAMEROUNAISE||Cameroon||FEMININ||67||FRANCAIS||Leader d'ONG ayant Statut Consultatif Spécial avec l'ECOSOC, l'African Women's Association est une OSC engagée dans tous les combats menés par les Nations Unies pour les Droits de l'Homme. Nous avons reçu le message dans notre boîte pour répondre à ce grand message.||- Technicienne en Développement|
- Ancienne Secrétaire de Direction
- Participation à la IV CONFERENCE Beijing 1995
- Participation au Sommet Beijing+5 à New York 2000
- Participation au Sommet Beijing+10 à New York 2005
- Speaker Cameroun au General Assembly Hearing Civil Society New York 2005
- Participation au Sommet de Luxembourg en 2000
- Participation à plusieurs CSW à New York
- Leader d'ONG depuis 1990
|7/29/2014 5:04:37||CAMEROUN TERRE NOUVELLE/ECOSOC NGO||ASSILA EDMOND PATRICK CHRISTIANemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||ASSILA EDMOND PATRICK CHRISTIAN||CAMEROUN TERRE NOUVELLE / ECOSOC NGO||www.camerounterrenouvelle.org||camerounaise||Cameroon||Male||31||français||Je suis Président fondateur de l'ONG internationale CAMEROUN TERRE NOUVELLE ayant le statut consultatif spécial ECOSOC auprès des Nations Unies pour la défense des droits de l'homme, la lutte contre la pauvreté, la protection de l'environnement, nous organisons des conférences et campagnes de sensibilisation auprès des populations et communautés pour la protection de l'environnement||Président - fondateur de CAMEROUN TERRE NOUVELLE depuis plus de 10 ans, j'oeuvres pour la défense des droits de l'homme , la protection de l'envirronnement, de la faune, la lutte contre la pauvreté pour les communautés et les populations les plus démunies .||firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com|
|7/29/2014 5:06:34||volta Institute of Development Studies||Millicent Gbedefirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Courage Ephraim Dei-Zanga||Courage Foundation International||nill||Ghanaian||Ghana||male||38||English||Courage Ephraim Dei-Zanga has engaged in Community Development initiatives in Ghana as a whole. The initiatives through volunteerism that contributed to development in communities and was given leadership positions in various areas and has proven track record of effective advocacy or implementation of community based solutions for climate change adaptation .Almost every week he receive invitation to facilitate at a program. He become a resource person to civil society organizations including Government Institution eg National Commission for Civic Education, National Youth Authority etc he design programs based on the UN Millennium Development Goals and that attract the attention of the Central Government of Ghana as a whole since this goals was captured in the policy strategies of the Government in achieving 2015 Millennium Development Goals. The main unique of his program that attracted the authorities are the volunteer platform for educating the public to understand the UN Millennium Goal why everybody must be involved committees from all sectors to manage its affairs for sustainability. Most of these committee members are Community Leaders, Heads of Department, Chiefs, Assemblymen, Pastors, Teachers, Doctors, Lawyers and most of the Professionals that can contribute to the development of the Nation without financial commitment.||Courage Dei-Zanga is a seasoned and experienced professional social worker and development practitioner. He is a trainer and capacity building specialist in both community development and organization development. He has participated in several informal training programs and workshops to keep in tune with current approaches and techniques in both community development and organization development.|
Courage has worked with a number of governmental and non-governmental organizations. Very humble, cooperative, duty-conscious, willing to extra smile and innovative
His background enables him to cooperate or deal with the most difficult person to achieve a goal. And his conscientious and personality makes him favorably disposed to anyone he associate with.
All these made him to be widely recognized with awards both national and international
He do facilitate and do presentations on radio and other community programs
|7/29/2014 5:17:01||NETWORK FOR PROMOTION OF AGRICULTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES||MARY BOATENGemail@example.com||Yes||KWASI OHENE DWUMFOUR||NETWORK FOR PROMOTION OF AGRICULTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES||GHANA||GHANA||MALE||51||ENGLISH||He is executive director of the our organisation . with his team of expertises are working hard to solved most of the climate change problems which is one of the most urgent challenging facing our global scale..He was among the international experts who were nominated to participate the just ended the CLIMATE INVESTMENT FUND forum held in JAMAICA on 20-26 JUNE 2014 organised by the WORLD BANK.Having grown in line with FOREST development and related field,he is working with Civil societies organisations on ADAPTATION to solved problems on perennial FLOODS in our cities and BIODIVERSTY management to enhance and sustained the ECOSYSTEM which are being destroyed by dessertification .Despite having environmental threats to human health,he is pressing other communities to plant TREES to fight against the GLOBAL WARMING.||He is Executive Director of our civil society organisation since 2004.Having grown in line with FOREST MANAGEMENT and it related field,Mr KWASI OHENE DWUMFOUR,joined and formed with our other experts both in national and international level to render services and dedicated work towards forest management and biodiversity Development.he has champion the course of planting tress to protect our WATER bodies and WETLANDS in GHANA|
|7/29/2014 5:42:04||mukund aassociates||mukund firstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||mukund m purohit||mukund aassociates||indian||india||male||73||english||is life member international society of philosophers uk|
has been honored by international peace cities ohayo usa as representative for Baroda india peace city
believes and practiser of simple living & high thinking
live 7 let live others
|am registered independent director with 53 years varied practical experience and connected various organization|
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|7/29/2014 6:00:07||SMEFUNDS||Femi Oyeemail@example.com||Yes||Femi Oye||SMEFUNDS||www.smefunds.com||Nigeria||Nigeria||Male||37||English||Femi Oye is a Designate Contact Focal Point (DCP) and holds an Observer seat with the UNFCCC. Have Spoken and served as observer towards all ADP and COP preparation meetings over the years; Bonn, Germany.|
FemiOye formed Carbon Credit Network in 2011, a fastest growing grassroots movement of green champions/advocates across Africa and a network of some 50,000 individual, business and Governments that promote and educate others on the effect of climate change, protection of our ecosystem and the benefits of clean technology in accelerating low carbon economy thereby Increasing access to energy to the low income households in Africa.
Presented at a plenary session at the Vienna Energy Summit in Austral in 2013 and Some of the Governments Femi already consulted with widely include;
- Federal Ministry for Environment; Road to Rio +20
- Lagos State Government; Carbon Credit Train - Emission reduction Strategy
- Delta State Government: Clean Cook Stoves, Improved Indoor Air Pollution
- Represent more than 15 LGAs on fighting indoor air pollution
Some of the conferences and Workshop Spoken;
- Earth Summit 2012 - Rio Brazil
- COP 17, Durban
- COP 18, Doha
- COP 19, Climate Change Conference, Warsaw Poland
- Civil Society delegation, Leaders Summit, New York
- Observer, R20, Governors Pavilion, Rio Brasil
- Presented at the World Energy Future Award, Abu Dhabi
- Energy Summit, Addis Ababa, 2013
- Joined WHO, DFID, GACC and Other organization to deepen fighting Climate change from the Health perspective.
|Femi Oye, a Renewable Energy Senator, recipient of World Youth Leader’s Award, UNDP/BOI Renewable Energy facility Award winner, African Social Enterprise Award, Conference speaker, IT visionary, Business and Social Entrepreneur. For over 15 years, Femi has committed his strengths and resources toward evolving visionary entrepreneurs ending poverty in Africa through the creation of job opportunities, increasing productivity and providing mentorship.|
Femi is the Co-Founder/CEO of SMEFUNDS, an International NGO fighting to end poverty through the promotion of sustainable enterprise development in Africa. The platform, SMEFUNDS accelerates the flow of finance to SMEs in Africa using social investments and ethical financial inter mediation solutions.
Formed GEBiofuels to respond to the second generation need for Clean and affordable Ethanol fuel for Africa in a bid to end food –for – oil rush in the world. His goSolarAfrica’ energy and environmental program promotes clean and green energy to support household at the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP), combats Climate change, and increases Youth employment in the green sector in Nigeria. The ongoing projects of SMEFUNDS include Green Collar Job Fellowship, Access to Finance and Go Green Nigeria.
Prior to co-founding SMEFUNDS, Femi was a Faculty Board member of Innerveil Business Institute (IBI) where he trained and successfully graduated over 2000 entrepreneurs, these entrepreneurs now run thriving businesses in the Oil and gas, Telecommunications, Agro allied, Manufacturing, etc, sectors of the economy, increasing employment opportunities, and actively contributing to the economic base of Nigeria.
With the organization’s recently launched Carbon Credit Network, he attempt to offer the 1st Carbon trading platform in Africa that seek to place Free Solar Home System on millions of residential apartments with a 10 year locked-in contract which removes the barrier to solar home system adoption while earning million tons in carbon credit through the biofuel ethanol and other green products from the organization. He said, Climate Change Problem is a good business!
Femi is a graduate of Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Management from the KTH University, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) from Harvard Business School and also holds a graduate degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, a member of many professional institutions ranging from technology to finance.
His motivation is to continue to engage enterprise solutions to attempt new approaches; not just help transform businesses, but ultimately empower individuals to aspire to their inspiration!
www.smefunds.com www.gosolarAfrica.org www.gebiofuels.com www.carboncreditnetwork.org
|7/29/2014 6:08:25||THEENVIRONMENTAL AMELIORATORSTAL AME||Dr. ademola Allifirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Adisa-balogun Mutiat Folashade||The Environmental Ameliorators||www.eang.org||Nigeria||Nigeria||Female||39||English||Mrs Adisa-balogun is a project officer with the Environmental Ameliorators,an envionmental research and advocacy non profit oriented , non governmental ngo based in a developing country ,Nigeria,Since Mrs Adisa-balogun was employed 12 years ago she as contribute positively to the development of this organistion and achievement of some of goals on sustainable environmental development issues .|
She has represented this organisation international,regionally and locally participate and delivering papers in relevant environmental fora,i believe if sponsored to participate in this forum it will provide her the opportunity to learn more,exchange ideas with others and establish possible cooperation with other participants to the benefit of global sustainable environmental development.
|Mrs adisa-balogun was a graduate of Food science and technology from the Federal Polytechnic of Offa,Kwara States Nigeria. she joins this organisation 12 years ago as Filed officer and due to her ability to learn everyday ,share Knowledge with others and courageous to meet new challenges she rose to become a project officer in this organisation.|
She as perform creditably well in advocacy program and have shown great skill in bring communication gap that exists between policy maker and grassroots community in the Country.
She as attended many local and international conferences such Gender and Forestry conference in Noway 2004 , women,forestry and environment conference , Tanzania 2005, to mention but few
|7/29/2014 6:20:17||Arab Union for Sustainable Development&Environment(AUSDE)||Prof. ALI ABDALRAHMANemail@example.com||Yes||ALI ABDALRAHMAN ALI||AUSDE||www.ausde.org||Egyptian||Egypt||Male||61||Arabic||We are the Arab Union for Sustainable Development & Environment (AUSDE), the Union of two types of care in all aspects of the environment and sustainable development in the Arab States and the Union recorded the Economic unanimous Council of the United Nations, and is also listed in the Arab League, and also registered in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with headquarters in the Arab Republic of Egypt, and we have branches in many Arab countries.||http://www.un-ngls.org/IMG/docx/ALI_ABDALRAHMAN_-_Arab_Union_for_Sustainable_Development_and_Environment_AUSDE.firstname.lastname@example.org||what the future of clamite change||candidate does not meet criteria for this speaking role|
|7/29/2014 6:41:29||Sustainable Environmental Development Watch (SUSWATCH) Kenya||Susy Wanderaemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Susy Wagabi Wandera||Sustainable Environmental Development Watch (SUSWATCH) Kenya||www.easuswatch.org||Kenyan||Kenya||Female||48||English||Susy Wandera is the Climate Change focal point for Suswatch Kenya.She on our behalf convenes the Road to COP (Conference of the Parties) taskforce in the Kenya Climate Change Working Group (KCCWG) and works closely with young people. The African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC) Kenya, Kenya Youth Climate Network (KYCN), Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) Kenya are among members of the Road to COP. In addition to ensuring that the civil society members in the KCCWG network are informed of the negotiation issues, Susy leads in providing input in Kenya's country position papers for COPs and SBs. Also as a co-opted member of the Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (MEWNR) gazetted taskforce on the Climate Change Bill and Policy, Susy has contributed significantly in the text of both documents. In 2011 for COP17, Susy provided technical support and was part of the organising committee for the We Have Faith! Act Now for Climate Justice campaign. The bottomline she is very qualified to participate in this Summit.||Susy Wandera is a climate change practitioner focusing on climate change, sustainable environment and youth engagement. She received her M.A in International Studies from the Claremont Graduate University following which she did a stint of internships and work at the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) Washington , then the National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) before returning home to her country Kenya. While coming from an Economics and International Studies background, Susy has engaged in the climate change and sustainable development fora, paying particular attention to the inclusion of young people. Also as a member of the Soka Gakkai International (SGI) first in the United States and now Kenya, Susy strives to realise her mission as inspired by her spiritual mentor President Daisaku Ikeda. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||https://www.dropbox.com/s/qzrzrdzr1ifjs4c/Susy%20Wandera_SUSWatch_Kenya_CV.doc||https://www.dropbox.com/s/zx9lmsxkp18y6t9/Susy%20Wandera_SUSWatch_Kenya_Writing.pdf https://www.dropbox.com/s/famm1ajrah57gas/Susy%20Wandera_SUSWatch_Kenya_Writing2.pdf |
|7/29/2014 7:22:52||Solidarité Agissante pour le Developpement Familial (SADF)||Jean KABONGOfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Jean KABONGO||Solidarité Agissante pour le Developpement Familial (SADF ) ONG||DR.CONGO||Cameroon||M||43||French||Jean KABONGO is a trainer in development for 15 years. Jean KABONGO is a Environmentalist worked with the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo through the Ministry of the Environment, he organized many protective structures forests unarmed in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Cameroon. where he work with people indigenous pygmies and MBORORO on the issue of Climate change and promote the balance of ecosystems.|
We are proud to recommend Jean KABONGO friend of all young Africans who know, an activist human rights.
Jean KABONGO is Expert in environmental conservation and forests, in fact it is contriving experience in this field. We are looking forward to receiving the invitation of Jean KABONGO, President of the SADF NGOs including Group Manager CIOA RD.CONGO (www.cioa-rdc.com)
|Jean KABONGO is recognized among those who mobilized the community in the Democratic Republic of Congo to understand and well controlled the United Nations system. Since 2005 he has worked with MONUC, the UN representation in RD.CONGO known today on behalf of MONUSCO.|
In 2007, he organized each city forums based on climate change and the economy;
in 2009, he purchased an exclusive license in France to be among the 1,600 dealers, 41 licentious and 300,000 companies in 140 countries around the world regulate the CIOA France group.
I think you'll find his CV in annex, see the email address specified by you.
Mr. KABONGO was among those who accompanied the Ministry of Environment of the RD.CONGO Qatar in Doha, the 2012-2013 year based on climate change.
Consultant and trainer FOLECO / CONGO and the Belgian Cooperation project PAIDECO 2003 2006.
Consultant of the Ministry of Tourism in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2004-2006.
Secretary General of the Cameroon SADV International Consultant WAA Cameroon 2014.
Evaluator of the 6th African Conference on Sexual and Reproductive Health in Cameroon, February 2014;
Jean KABONGO is a child of a poor Old Military KABISEKELE Tshisungu Daniel and his mother Commerçante Madame Helene MUTANGA all of Congolese nationality DRC.
|7/29/2014 7:56:22||Prestige Capital Plus||Prosper Mensahemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Prosper Mensah||Prestige Capital Plus||Ghanaian||Ghana||Male||27||English,Twi, Ga, Ewe||My name is Prosper Mensah, 27 years of age. Intelligent and a graduate currently working as a Marketer at Prestige Capital Plus. I find interest in social matters aiding development. Last year i participated in a development project funded by UNAID in rural communities in the Western part of Ghana. I love to learn and take part in developing activities to help my motherland Ghana .||My name is Prosper Mensah born on the 1st of August, 1986 in Accra- Ghana|
My parents Mr. and Mrs Mensah are a teacher and a Trader respectively . I am not only a good communicator but I love to think and practice. I believe in making hay while the sun shines, as young as I am in my small way i love to lead to develop my community by organizing environmental clean up on weekends and the need to do that.
I have been nominated and will be contesting for the office of an Assembly man for my community.
I am also a youth organizer representing the ruling party in my area.
|7/29/2014 8:22:57||CSR EYE International||Nana Kow Acquayefirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Nana Kow Acquaye||CSR EYE International||Ghanaian||France||Male||37||English and French||Nana Kow Acquaye has over the years advocated for ChandeClimate across Africa, Asia and Europe. He actively engaged actors of environmental protection, stakeholders and government in 2009 during the Climate Change "Seal the Deal" with over 100,000 participation signing the petition for the week long awareness. |
Nana Kow has run several CSR academies for young people to imbibe the importance of protecting the environment, Nana Kow championed the one of the important and successful world cleaning campaign Lets Do It in Accra, Ghana in 2011. He love and passion for advocating for a better environment has lead him started CSR EYE International to train young people to be active citizens.
|Mr. Nana Kow Acquaye is currently Training Commissioner for the Junior Chamber International and founding member of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) EYE International. Prior to this he served as a board member of the Junior Chamber International, Where he assisted countries in identifying, analysing and implementing projects to address the UN MDGs. He previously served as the Executive Assistant to the Junior Chamber International President responsible for Africa and Middle East and served on many climate and environmental associations and clubs. He completed his Bachelors in Human Resource Management at Central University in 2004. He has many Diploma and Certificates in International Networks, Corporate Social Responsibility, Adult Training and many others.||http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/artikel.php?ID=218594|
|7/29/2014 8:39:10||Huqooq-ul-Ebad development Foundation||Syed Muhammad Ashfaqemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Syed Muhammad Ashfaq||Huqooq-ul-Ebad Development Foundation||www.hedfpk.com||Pakistani||Pakistan||Male||45||English||The history of climate change has risen from being an environmental issue to a major development issues in the world. The development sectors are already playing an important role in advocating for cuts in greenhouse gas emissions or adaption but some change is now inevitable. Attention must also focus on how society and nature can adapt in a changing climate. This aim is to improve understanding about emissions or adaptation to climate change within the development community. In particular, it is designed to stimulate broader engagement and debate on key issues around development and climate change adaptation, which have been mostly restricted to the ‘climate change community’.|
Emissions or Adaptation is a broad concept covering actions by individuals, communities, private companies and public bodies such as governments. Successful adaptation can reduce vulnerability by building on and strengthening existing coping mechanisms and assets, targeting climate change vulnerability with specific measures, and integrating vulnerability reduction into wider policies.Working with partners and communities at grassroots level also puts development agencies in a position to raise levels of awareness about climate change and stimulate discussion on climate change issues. Many poor communities, and particularly those with limited education and access to information, do not connect the climatic changes they are already experiencing with a global phenomenon, nor are they aware of potential future changes. Raising basic awareness of the causes and impacts of climate change is crucial to efforts to empower households and communities so they can adapt and increase their resilience to current and future climates.The development NGOs and their partners play a central role in supporting poverty reduction of vulnerable households and communities at the grassroots level. The experiences of these groups in adapting to variations in climate are crucial for informing climate change adaptation efforts at national and international levels. The development agencies can help to bring such knowledge to inform policy-making and planning.
|http://www.un-ngls.org/IMG/docx/SYED_MUHAMMAD_ASHFAQ_-_Huqooq-ul-Ebad_Development_Foundation.docx||https://www.dropbox.com/s/prmnqx2ge2yyoob/CV%20Ashfaq.doc||Syed Muhammad Ashfaq- Huqooq-ul-Ebad Development Foundation|
|7/29/2014 8:56:56||Groupe de Recherche-Action pour le Développement Intégral||BULEMBI DILUKAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Papy BULEMBI-DILUKA||GROUPE DE RECHERCHE-ACTION POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT INTEGRAL||CONGOLESE||Congo||MALE||42||Français|| Je dispose d’une excellente expertise sur les questions concernant les changements climatiques, de l’expérience pour présenter ces questions dans les colloques publics et la capacité avérée de collaborer d’une manière constructive avec une large gamme d’acteurs concernés, du fait avoir travaillé et collaboré dans grands projets de développement durable, dont Projet d’appui au développement agricole de périurbain de Kinshasa, et le Projet d’appui au développement des périmètres maraichers de Kimwenza, ces deux projets en République Démocratique financé respectivement par l’Union européenne et la coopération française. Ces projets consistaient au transfert des bonnes pratiques agricoles aux agriculteurs, tout en mettant un accent sur le respect et la protection de l’environnement, et le renouvellement des écosystèmes||- Né le 31/08/1972|
- Ingénieur Technicien en Agriculture et Elevage
- Attestation en HACCP et Programmes préalables (Hygiène Alimentaire et bonne pratique de fabrication);
- Coordonnateur l'ONG GRADI
- Acteur de Développement et défense de droits de l'homme;
- Conseiller agricole et formateur des communautés paysannes sur le développement durables et impact sur le changement climatique;
- Formation en identification des projets communautaires suivant l'approche cadre logique;
- Formation en Gestion Axée sur le Résultat;
|7/29/2014 9:15:21||Abiodun Adebayo Welfare Foundation||Mrs. Helen Omolabake Olaitanemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Musiliu Adebayo Ojo||Abiodun Adebayo Welfare Foundation||www.abiodunadebayowelfare-foundation.org||Nigeria||Nigeria||Male||35||English||Because, our nominee has been doing a wonderful initiative since inspection of our Organization and he has take our Organization to the greater height both locally and internationally and he has been represent our organization in international conference at the United Nations headquarter in New-York since last year, which he has attended series of meeting at the UN headquarters in New-York till date. We really much count on him to be among of the candidate to be selected for the forum and it will be delivered creditability.||Mr. Musiliu Adebayo Ojo, Is a native of Abeokuta in Ogun- state, Nigeria, He graduated From University of Lagos in the year 2002, and he had his Master program at Boston Web College Malaysia in year 2008. His among of the foundation member of the Organization (Abiodun Adebayo Welfare Foundation) which is name Adebayo combine with name Abiodun to form the organization name called 'Abiodun Adebayo Welfare Foundation'. I cant not count all he has been doing, unless you tested him. You can go to the organization web site and read more about his profile for the goods initiative he has contributed to the community and the organization to globally. |
The web site: www.abiodunadebayowelfare-foundation.org
|7/29/2014 9:36:41||NAADUTARO (PASTORALISTS' SURVIVAL OPTIONS)||SARAH LOOSURUTIAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Lembulung Mepukori Ole Kosyando||NAADUTARO||-||Tanzanian||Tanzania||Male||60||English, Swahili, Maasai||Mr. Ole Kosyando is the Coordinator of a local NGO working in the Kiteto district of Manyara region, Tanzania. He is the force behind two running Climate Change projects within the organization, namely, |
1) The Kiteto Pastoralism and Climate Change Awareness (KIPACCA) Project with funding from CARE international in Tanzania, and
ii) the Accountable Climate Action Initiative partnering with the Tanzania NGO Forum on Climate Change (ForumCC), through financing from AcT.
Both projects focus on awareness and adaptation interventions with mainly pastoralists but also small farmers and local government authorities at the district, ward and village levels.
The projects help the stakeholders to understand the concept of climate change and general national CC policy, strategy and sectoral strategies, critically assess their situation and contemplate and finally develop some mitigation and mostly adaptation strategies that are effective in their environment and contexts.
Mr. Ole Kosyando has the overall responsibility to ensure that the projects, which are mostly complementary to each other, do succeed and contribute to implementation of the national CC policy and Strategy, and the global CC strategies. It is strategically important that this local work somehow links with the global, and this is a chance to have this organization have a feel of things on CC at that international level.
|Mr Ole Kosyando is a Tanzanian, sixty years old and teacher by profession, working for the Ministry of Education of Tanzania (1973 - 1987), later turning to Community Development (from 1987 to date), the role he maintains to the moment. He also practices as a freelance development consultant, working with a number of local and international organizations working in Tanzania.|
He had his education in Tanzania, Kenya, the US, Sweden and Zambia, mostly in various aspects of community development, from gender, resources management, development approaches to management of local infrastructure initiatives.
Over the years, Mr. Ole Kosyando has been very active in international activities, mainly from the perspective of indigenous people, mostly around the CBD processes, and lately, on issues of nutrition (in the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement), an important aspect that strategically links with CC activities.
Mr Ole Kosyando has worked with many organizations, local and international, in various projects and capacities. these include organizations such as KINNAPA, TAPHGO and now NAADUTARO (all local), to World Vision International, WaterAid and FARM Africa, all international organizations but working in Tanzania. In consultancy roles also include Cordaid, Norwegian Peoples Aid (NPA) and the World Bank.
|7/29/2014 9:53:07||Association Congolaise pour le Développement Agricole ACDA||YOUBOU BIAGHA Daldy Rustichelemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||YOUBOU BIAGHA Daldy Rustichel||Association Congolaise pour le Développement Agricole ACDA||Congolaise||Congo||Homme||34||Français/Anglais||I am Mr Daldy Rustichel Youbou BIAGHA, National Coordinator of the Congolese Association for Agricultural Development ACDA, Focal Point Congolese NGOs accredited to the Economic and Social Council ECOSOC / UN Special Consultative Status with the. ACDA has initiated a partnership with agencies of the United Nations including UNIC, UNDP including the Ministry of Environment, Embassies and development partners in the Republic of Congo to make broad awareness and involvement stakeholders initiatrives UN. This initiative of His Excellency Mr the Secretary General of the UN aims to boost ambitious action to reduce emissions of greenhouse gas emissions and enhance the capacity to adapt to climate change; and mobilize the necessary political will for an international legally binding and ambitious agreement on climate change by 2015.|
ACDA has made outreach to the Summit September 23, 2014 in several rural areas to States to collect contributions to local communities in order to support the vision of the UN Secretary General in the fight against climate change.
Finally, a large national awareness activity is expected in a few days in the Republic of Congo with all development partners under the initiative of the CCSA in partnership with the Information Centre of the United Nations and UNDP Congo.
Je suis Mr Daldy Rustichel YOUBOU BIAGHA, Coordonnateur National de l'Association Congolaise pour le Développement Agricole ACDA, Point Focal des ONG congolaises accréditées au Conseil Economique et Social ECOSOC/ONU, dotée du Statut Consultatif Spécial. L'ACDA a initié un partenariat avec les Institutions du Systeme des Nations Unies notamment l'UNIC, le PNUD y compris le Ministère de l'Environnement, les Ambassades et les partenaires au développement en République du Congo afin de faire large sensibilisation et implication des parties prenantes aux initiatives de l'ONU en général et en particulier le Sommet du 23 Septembre 2014. Cette initiative de Son Excellence Mr le Secretaire Général de l'ONU vise à dynamiser l’action ambitieuse visant à réduire les émissions de gaz à effet de serre et à renforcer les capacités d’adaptation aux changements climatiques, et de mobiliser la volonté politique nécessaire en faveur d’un accord international juridiquement contraignant et ambitieux sur les changements climatiques d’ici 2015.
L'ACDA a réalisé des activités de sensibilisation sur le Sommet du 23 Septembre 2014 dans plusieurs zones rurales afin de recueilir les contributions des communautés locales dans le but de soutenir la vision du SG de l'ONU dans la lutte contre le changement climatique.
Une grande activité de sensibilisation nationale prévue dans quelques jours au Congo avec tous les partenaires au développement sous l'initiative de l'ACDA en partenariat avec le Centre d'Information des Nations Unies UNIC et le PNUD.
|Daldy Rustichel YOUBOU BIAGHA, Né le 03/05/1980 à Brazzaville|
Adresse: Case 17 Camp ASECNA, Quartier Bacongo, BP/ 14196 Brazzaville, République du Congo, Tél: +242 05 588 90 25/ 06 665 59 91 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Je suis universitaire et diplômé d'Etat. Après l'Université, j'ai travaillé dans la Campanie Minière du Chaillu M2C qui avait pour champ d'action l'extraction des mines de Mayoko et j'ai occupé les fonctions de Responsables à la Coopération chargé des relations avec les institutions et le gouvernement. J'ai une formation en management des ONGs et gestion des organisations. En 2008 nous avions créer l'ACDA pour répondre aux besoins des communautés locales congolaises et faire entendre leurs voix vers les pouvoirs publics et au niveau des institutions internationales dans le but d'apporter des améliorations tangibles à leurs conditions de vie. En effet, de 2008 jusqu'à aujourd'hui, plusieurs activités se sont réalisées au profit des communautés locales à travers l'appui de l'ACDA et ses partenaires.
L'ACDA est une Organisation accréditée au Conseil Économique et Social ECOSOC/ONU dotée du Statut Consultatif Spécial, Point Focal des OSC congolaises ayant le statut consultatif et bien d'autres OSC n'ayant pas ce statut. Nous mettons à la disposition des ONG et parties prenantes toutes les informations du Secrétariat Général de l'ONU et celles de l'ECOSOC ainsi que les programmes de réunions. L'ACDA est le Point Focal ICLEI, Point Focal des OSC du Fonds pour l'Environnement Mondial FEM, Secretaire Général du Réseau des Organisations de la Société Civile pour l'Economie Verte en Afrique Centrale ROSCEVAC, membre du Cadre de Concertation des organisations de la Société Civile et des peuples autochtones unis pour la REDD+ au Congo CACO REDD+, Coordonnateur National du Programme Electrification Durable pour Tous en République du Congo (plusieurs villages ont été électrifié et les rapports ont été rendus disponible aux partenaires), Observateur international au Comité Intergouvernemental des négociations sur le mercure PNUE/ONU, observateur international à la Plateforme Intergouvernementale pour la Protection de la Biodiversité et les Services Écosystémiques IPBES PNUE/ONU, membre de UN Global Compact sur les dix principes, accréditée à plusieurs institutions du Système des Nations-Unies et bien d'autres Organisations nationales et internationales...
C'est donc par conviction que nous sommes au service des populations et à la gestion des organisations de la société civile.
I am a university graduate and state. After University, I worked in the Campania Mining Chaillu M2C had scope for extracting mines Mayoko and I served as Responsible for Cooperation in charge of relations with the institutions and government. I have a background in management of NGOs and organizational management. In 2008 we created the ACDA to meet the needs of local Congolese communities and make their voices heard to the government and in international institutions in order to bring tangible improvements to their living conditions. Indeed, from 2008 until today, several activities were carried out for the benefit of local communities through the support of the ACDA and its partners. ACDA is an organization accredited to the Economic and Social / UN Council ECOSOC Special Consultative Status with the Focal Point Congolese CSOs with consultative status and other CSOs do not have this status. We're providing NGOs and stakeholders all the information of the General Secretariat of the UN ECOSOC and those programs and meetings. ACDA is the ICLEI Focal Point Focal Point CSO Global Environment Fund GEF, Secretary General of the Network of Civil Society Organisations for the Green Economy in Central Africa ROSCEVAC, the Cadre de Concertation organizations Civil Society and the United indigenous peoples REDD + in the Congo CACO REDD + National Coordinator for Sustainable Electrification Program for All in the Republic of Congo (several villages have been electrified and reports were made available to partners), International Observer at the Intergovernmental Committee negotiations on mercury UNEP / UN, international observer at the Intergovernmental platform for the Protection of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services IPBES UNEP / UN member UN Global Compact's ten principles on accredited to several institutions of the UN system and many other national and international organizations ... So conviction that we are serving people and managing organizations of civil society.
|7/29/2014 10:03:10||COGECLIMA MUSONET||Mme MAMA KOITE DOUMBIAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Mme MAMA KOITE DOUMBIA||FEMNET/MALI||www.femnet.or.ke||MALI||Mali||FEMALE||63||FRANCAIS||JE SUIS LA PRESIDENTE DE COGECLIMA /COALITION GENRE ET CLIMAT AU MALI QUI REGROUPE LES ORGANISATIONS MALIENNES TRAVAILLANT SUR LE CLIMAT .|
NOTRE ROLE EST DE FAIRE LE PLAIDOYER POUR LA PRISE EN COMPTE DU GENRE DANS LES POLITIQUES T PROGRAMMES CLIMATIQUES ET ENVIRONNEMENTALES
NOS TRAVAILLONS AUSSI A RENFORCER LES CAPACITES DES ORGANISATIONS MEMBRES DANS L'ADAPTATION ET LA RESILIENCE .
|• Secretary for External Relations at the Coordination of the Women’s Associations and NGOs in Mali (CAFO – MALI) Participation to several National high level Forums.|
• Elected Chairperson for FEMNET, the African Women’s Development and Communication Network based in Nairobi. (2 terms)2003-2010
• Member of the Executive Committee of the NGO Conference which has a consultative status with the United Nations (CONGO). 2003 -2007
• Deputy chair of the African Union’s Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC).2011-2014
• Vice- President of the International Association Gender in Action / Francophone Space 2010-2014
• Member of the Global Women’s Committee tasked with following up on the recommendations from the Funding for Development Forums/Women’s Working Group on FfD /WWG/FfD
• Member of the United Nations Task Force for the June 2010 Civil Society and Private Sector Hearings prior to the Millennium Summit in September 2010 in New York
• Member of Experts group on Effeteness Aid :Accra , Busan ,Mexico
• Présidente de la Coalition Malienne Genre et Climat
• Membre de Franclimat France, Membre de Reso Climat Mali
• Participation to the COP15 Summit on Climate Change in Copenhagen in December 2009, COP16 in Cancun, Mexico, in December 2010, Participation to the COP17 in Doha Qatar 26 novembre au 7 décembre 2012, Participation to the COP18 in Varsovie Pologne, 2013
Member of Gender CC International
|https://www.dropbox.com/s/4p5r9w0l54rajiv/Koite_Doumbia_CV.doc||Je suis trés engagée sur les questions climatiques surtout sur les questions des droits des femmes et filles en Afrique . La voix des femems est incontournable sur les questions climatiques et environnementales .Je fais beaucoup de plaiodyer au niveaux national et international sur la prise en compte de la situation des femmes et filles.Le changement climatique est une question de developpement .Il faut que les besoins des femems soient pris en compte c'est pourquoi nous cherchons à influencer les decisions .|
|7/29/2014 10:14:42||National Association for the Advancement of Colored People||Jacqueline Pattersonemail@example.com||No||Katherine Tatum Egland||National Association for the Advancement of Colored People||www.naacp.org||USA||United States||Female||62||English||Katherine Egland will represent the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and, as a Member of the National Board of Directors and the Chair of the Environmental and Climate Justice Committee, she has the authority to represent the NAACP at the Climate Summit. Ms. Egland has been the chair of the Environmental and Climate Justice Committee for the past 3 years and has represented the Association at a Women's Day Event on Environment at the White House, at the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of Parties in Warsaw, most recently at a forum on Energy and Environment in Port Hartcourt, Nigeria, and many more events As a survivor of Hurricane Katrina and as a resident of the Gulf Coast which is in the US hurricane zone as well as being under threat of imminent sea level rise impacts, Ms. Egland is on the front lines of the effects of climate change. For the past two years, she has led local efforts on both mitigation and adaptation sides of climate change with a robust clean air campaign focused on the coal fired power plant that sits less than 3 miles from her home, as well as extensive work on disaster preparedness and response Furthermore, she sits at the leadership helm of a climate change adaptation/resilience building initiative in Gulfport, MS which was launched in December of 2013 and includes projects on green schools, local food, equity based disaster management, community owned solar, and more! Ms. Egland is available to participate in the UN Climate Summit on September 23rd starting at 8:30am and the NAACP will sponsor her travel to attend.||Ms. Egland faced segregation with defiance at a young age in her birthplace in the Deep South of Mississippi. Her NAACP involvement began at an early age with her active role in the Hattiesburg (Forrest County) Youth NAACP. Shattered by the senseless murders of Medgar Evers and Vernon Dahmer as a young teen, she vowed to never forget that they gave their lives for her freedom. Marching, picketing, boycott monitoring and fielding deadly threats were routine throughout her youth and young adulthood. In 1967, Katherine was one of the first Black students to desegregate the Hattiesburg Public High School under the Federal School Choice Act. She and others carefully documented the overwhelming inequalities of the school system, which eventually led to a federal court desegregation order. She has held almost every position at NAACP Youth Council, Branch and State levels. During her presidency of the Gulfport, Mississippi Branch, membership and fundraising increased ten-fold. Her branch was also awarded two first places and one second place coveted Thalheimer Awards under her leadership. Kathy was elected to the NAACP Special Contribution Fund (SCF) in 1988. After the untimely 1997 death of Dr. Aaron Henry, the Mississippi State Conference voted unanimously to support her bid to fill his vacant at-large seat. She was nominated by the National Nominating Committee in 1997 and elected to National Board in 1998. She is the first and only residing female of the state to hold this honor. NAACP Board/SCF committee assignments are Environmental and Climate Justice, Chair; Personnel, Chair; Image Awards, Co-Chair; Convention Planning and Resolutions. Past committees include the Executive Committee, Budget Committee (Investment Subcommittee), Election Supervisory, Criminal Justice and Economic Development. She was among the named plaintiffs in the lawsuit against Mississippi’s official sanction of the Confederate flag and continues to denounce it as well as other racial injustices in frequently published commentaries. An avid advocate for educational parity and business ownership, Egland researched, developed and founded Special Programs for Advancing Children’s Education (SPACE) Learning Academy of Gulfport, MS in 1980. SPACE is a widely acclaimed early educational curriculum which challenges students of all backgrounds to achieve their highest level of excellence. She holds Bachelors of Science degrees from William Carey College and the University of Southern Mississippi.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/oha5e4ijd6fvonv/Katherine%20Egland_CV.docx||https://www.dropbox.com/s/zkon8wb03r98p9k/Katherine%20Egland%20ECJ%20SPEAKING%20ENGAGEMENTS.docx|
|7/29/2014 11:06:35||National Lawyers Guild||Andrew B. Reidfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Andrew B. Reid||National Lawyers Guild||www.nlg.org||American||United States||male||64||English||Mr. Reid is an expert on environmental ethics, justice, and human rights, and the related areas of Earth jurisprudence and indigenous peoples, and can significantly contribute to the discussions regarding the development of existing and future legal regimes addressing climate change and resiliency particularly in the areas of true sustainability and resource consumption in the 21st Century. His organization, the National Lawyers Guild, is the largest and oldest human rights legal organization in the United States, was the first integrated bar association, participated in the creation of the United Nations, and has participated in climate change and environmental human rights issues domestically and internationally over the past two decades. As an active participant in numerous international and domestic organizations on climate change issues, Mr. Reid would be an effective link between the Climate Summit and those organizations.||Andrew Reid possesses multiple degrees in law and socials sciences and teaches environmental ethics and justice, environmental human rights, earth jurisprudence, and the international and human rights law of indigenous peoples at the Sturm College of Law in Denver, Colorado. http://www.law.du.edu/index.php/profile/andrew-reid He has 4 decades of legal experience representing grassroots environmental and indigenous organizations and peoples in various groundbreaking legal matters. He is the founder / chair / former chair / member of various environmental and indigenous committees within domestic and international legal organizations including the International Law Association and the American Society of International Law. He was the representative of the International Association of Democratic Lawyers and the National Lawyers Guild at the Rio+20 Earth and People's Summits and at the World People's Conference on Climate Change in Cochabamba and has presented numerous times at domestic and international conferences on climate change and sustainability.||http://www.law.du.edu/documents/directory/adjuncts/andrew-reid.pdf||http://www.law.du.edu/index.php/sutton-colloquium/past-colloquia/2012-sutton-colloquium|
|7/29/2014 11:17:08||Green Cameroon||Masango Soneemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Masango Solomon Sone||Green Cameroon||www.greencameroon.org||Cameroonian||Cameroon||Male||38||English and French||Masango Sone is Founder and Executive Director of Green Cameroon which is an environmental NGO based in Cameroon that works for the conservation of nature and Biodiversity. Masango has more than 10 years experience on community development and conservation issues. He is also the Director of the UN Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development(RCE Buea) he has organize climate change talks, demonstrations and other mitigation projects such as tree planting exercises and adaptation campaigns such as fuel efficient stoves projects. His range of activism ranges from public talks to presentations at conferences. He has also for the past years been among those who formulate Cameroon’s recommendations to the UN Climate Change talks. Under him, Green Cameroon won the National Energy Globe Award for Sustainability in 2012 for its climate change related project the fuel efficient stoves. Since 2007 Green Cameroon has been active in the fight against climate change through advocacy and on the ground mitigation and adaptation projects. |
Masango was also one of those who attended the UNESCO sponsored training on Climate Change Mitigation in and out of the class room for small Island states in Cape Verde 2013 where he studied about the Sand Watch beach observation techniques and he is presently working on projects in Cameroon for the monitoring and conservation of beaches in Cameroon against the effects of climate change. Masango is the Regional Coordinator of CEECAM which is the Network of Environmental Education NGOs in Cameroon.
|Masango was born on the 15th of October 1975 in Buea. He hold a BSc. in Environmental Science. He is a Cameroonian by nationalist and an environmentalist to the core. He has been instrumental in the development and implementation of several conservation project in Cameroon including demonstrations, talks and clean up campaigns. More on his activities can be seen at www.globalclimatecampaign.org under Cameroon. |
Together with his wife and two daughters, Masango Sone lives in the city of Buea in eastern Cameroon near Mount Cameroon National Park. Masango is director of the Green Cameroon NGO, founded in 2003, as well as director of the Regional Center of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development (RCE Buea). He holds university degrees in agriculture and forestry. He is also an expert on renewable energies and an environmentalist with all his heart. Masango is especially concerned about reforesting Mount Cameroon. Where dense forests once used to provide an animal and plant habitat, today there are only barren mountainsides because 90 per cent of the local population need wood for cooking several times a day and in great quantities. Masango knows that there is only one possible solution to this problem: Providing local communities with more efficient cooking stoves that use 50 per cent less wood. More at http://www.energyglobe.info/awards/national/awdid/4529/#English
|7/29/2014 11:27:06||Law and Development Associates||Dr. Raymond Atugubafirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Mawuse Hor Vormawor||Strategy Africa||Ghanaian||Ghana||Male||27||English, French||Within the last four years, I have developed a close working relationship with Mawuse Hor Vormawor who has continuously distinguished himself as a budding leader whose interest lies in using the law to address problems of the society. |
In 2010, Mawuse joined the Constitution Review Commission of Ghana which was inaugurated by the President of the Republic of Ghana. I acted as Executive Secretary/Principal Researcher to the Commission.
As one of the few researchers to join the extremely competitive research unit of the Commission, Mawuse brought to bear on the work of the Commission his invaluable experience first as a human rights activist with considerable understanding of community advocacy and developmental issues and second as a fine legal researcher.
In January 2013 I was appointed as Executive Secretary to the President of the Republic of Ghana, I invited Mawuse to join the Office as Senior Policy and Legal Researcher. In that role, Mawuse provided policy research support to the Office of the President and made insignificant input into crafting environmental objectives and integrating same into development policy making.
In January 2014, Mawuse resigned his office to give full time commitment to a civil society organisation he co-founded called Strategy Africa. As Senior Fellow at Strategy Africa, he has shown tremendous leadership in engaging government as well as collaborating with other civil society partners to mainstream environmental ccommunity based solutions for climate change adaptation into policy making.
It is without that hesitation that I nominate Mawuse to participate in this summit
|I am the Executive Secretary to the President of the Republic of Ghana. I also act as Team Leader for Law and Development Associates, a Human Rights CSO in Ghana. A Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Ghana, I hold a Doctor of Juridical Sciences with distinction from Harvard Law School, and a Masters in Laws Degree from the Harvard Law School.|
With a number of publications to my name and over 160 papers presented at international fora, I have consulted for various governments including Liberia and Ghana, government agencies and international organizations like the UNDP, UN-OHCHR, UNODC, the World Bank, ECOWAS, DFID, EU, USAID, GTZ (GIS), DANIDA, ILO, IOM, FES, British Council, IIED, CHRI, OSIWA, IBIS, Action Aid International, Plan International, and Oxfam.
Between 2008 and 2010 I was a member of the United Nations High Level Task Force on the Implementation of the Right to Development. In 2010, I was appointed Executive Secretary of the Constitution Review Commission, which was set up by the President of Ghana to review the 1992 Constitution of Ghana.
Until my appointment as Executive Secretary to the President, Dr. Atuguba was a Senior Lecturer in Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Ghana. I have also had stints with the Harvard University and Monash University where I taught Human Rights and Law & Development and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Nottingham.
In addition to a First Class Honour in Bachelor of Laws from the University of Ghana, Dr. Atuguba has just completed an Executive Masters in Business Administration from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).
|7/29/2014 11:29:28||AFRICT Empowerment Initiative||Ahassan Mughalemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Ahassan Ifzal Mughal||AFRICT Empowerment Initiative||www.africt.org||Pakistani / Nigerian||Nigeria||Male||29||English, Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi & Ibo||He is the Founder on an NGO in Nigeria engaged in bridging the digital divide and actualizing the MDGs.||My name is Ahassan Ifzal Mughal and I am of Pakistani decent but born, brought up, educated and resident in Nigeria. I currently work in Abuja - Nigeria as the Legal Manager for an Italian multinational construction company; managing the entire legal portfolio of the company. I equally run my own NGO named AFRICT which I founded in 2010 and whose primary objectives are bridging the digital divided / ICT empowerment in rural areas of Africa and actualization of the MDGs. I hold Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Engineering, an LLB degree in Law and Bar-at-Law. I am equally running an MBA program at the University of Roehampton, London and a Doctorate in Diplomacy & International Affairs from EUCLID University.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/qphpr76z2v85242/ASAN%20CV.doc||https://www.dropbox.com/s/v97z11rkai3dd5q/7.%29%20Paper.pdf|
|7/29/2014 11:31:02||Defence Against AIDS,Poverty & Underdevelopment (DAAPU)||Samuel Annanfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Eric Kwabena Agbozo||Foundation for Future Christian Workers International||Ghanaian||Ghana||Male||41||English||1. Member ,GEF CSO, C.E.O. for an NGO, Defence Against AIDS,Poverty and Underdevelopment (DAAPU)From 2003 Till Now ,where projects have been executed with Community Based Volunteers in areas such as Environment and Climate Change i.e. one of the main brains in the development and final drafting of the Ghana National Climate Change and Environment Policies, a.Malaria prevention ,management and cure .Distribution of ITNs for expectant mothers and children under 5 years 10 mining communities.|
2. Elikem Welfare Association,Scouted for local disadvantaged farmers ,grouped them ,trained and qualified over 800 farmers into Fair Trade Labeling Organization Certificate(FLO CERT) having successfully gone through Surveillance Auditing,Farmer groups Auditing,Farms and Farmland Auditing including Child Labour.Four products were eventually certified: Cocoa,Pepper,Pineapple and Cane Sugar.
|Has held national, regional and local positions and remained a Board Member of the Ghana Coalition of NGOs in Health.Chairman of the Greater Accra branch of the Ghana Coalition of NGOs in Health, positions held until November 2011.|
A Steering Committee Member for Fair-Trade Ghana Network and an Administrator to Elikem Welfare Association Farmers’ Group , on part-time basis, the C.E.O. for DAAPU,NGO and had attended several international and local workshops in project development and implementation , monitoring and evaluation ,organizational management,Climate Change ,Environment ,water and Sanitation, community capacity enhancement, project financing, organizational development, Board Management Trainings ,Social Accountability Initiatives etc.
Has successfully established and sustained community pressure groups
Have influence national policies in Health, Food Security, PLWHIV and LGBT issues Environment, Human Rights through series of national engagements at Parliament ,Cabinet and Ministerial levels .
Demonstrated need to turn solid waste into cash using creative and evidenced based approaches.
Demonstrated deep sense of understanding Climate Change issues during the development and drafting of Ghana National Climate Change and Environment Policies
Initiated , facilitated and nurtured public private partnership between NGOs and Ghana Health Services in Ghana
Trained on virtual Board management, running, policy development and analysis by USAID.
Certified Trainer of Trainer’s by The AIDS Support Organization in Uganda as a Care and Support specialist.
Trained by The Friends of African in Procurement, Organization / project development / management, proposal writing etc.
Helped develop the current 5 year medium plan for the Ghana Health Services and was the only CSO representative who was part of the independent Joint Assessment of National Strategic Team that submitted the Health Sector Medium Term Plan to scrutiny and measure the feasibility and reality of achievement of set objectives.
A regular participant in the Ministry of Health / Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology Summits.
Trained and equipped with Social Accountability Initiatives by the World Bank ,Ghana Country Office.
Debated public office holders including Members of Parliament, Ministers ,Opinion Leaders and Traditional Authorities on several national platforms and fora.
Administers and nurtured over 400 Civil Society Organizations including NGOs, CBOs, FBOs and farmer groups
Trained in Communication Channels by Oxfam GB
Has successfully passed two Surveillance Audit process by Fair-trade Labeling Organization ,FLO Cert. and qualified 28 communities with 2000 membership into Fair-trade as Small Producer Organization- SPOs
|http://www.un-ngls.org/IMG/docx/CV_-_Samuel_Annan_-_Defence_Against_AIDS_Poverty_Underdevelopment_DAAPU.docx||Ghana News Agency and Ghana Broadcasting Corporation|
|7/29/2014 12:05:48||bariq21||Nakib Hocineemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||TABBOUCHE MOHAMED||bariq21||bariq21.overblog.com||Algeria||Algeria||Male||47||Arabic and French||The candidate TABBOUCHE has a high intellectual ability and outstanding potential, and demonstrated commitment to public service in SKIKDA (ALGERIA) ,particularly with regard to environmental issues, and safeguarding the life of future générations.|
Convinced that his profile will attract attention, he deserves to be selected to take part United Nations 2014 climate summit because he has already demonstrated it commitment to protect environment and climate change, safeguard the health of children and his activism for the general interest. Mohamed should be chosen to participate with you in relation with his activism since 2006 to anchor environmental culture disruptive effects on health of the ecosystem and reduce emissions of greenhouse gas emissions, waste toxic and other harmful factors in the nature and the human race in the minds of our children. These actions are to teach environmental education to primary school students on the basis that these embryos represent the levers of a campaign to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and global warming at the same time and developer of renewable energy and energy concervation. Around the world, practical action is working in different ways to tackle both the causes and effects of climate change, including Working with communities to reduce their vulnerability to the disasters made worse and more numerous by climate change, and to help them adapt to the longer term challenges which a changing climate pose. Working with other organisations to share our learning of what works well and what can be done to make programmes of work with poor communities even more effective. Working with national and international bodies around the world to create and strengthen policies which reduce emissions and encourage funding and focus on adaptation to climate change. Working with schools and teachers to encourage the delivery of effective, exciting climate change lessons which engage today's young people in the issues of climate change, creating a generation of global citizens who understand the impact of their actions on the environment and people around the world. Launching and supporting campaigns designed to raise awareness of the impacts of climate change on vulnerable communities, and enabling them to take tangible action to support strong and urgent change at the local, national and international level
|Aware of the threat the world That and future generations must confront, and in order to fully Ensure our citizenship, do not allow all Difficulties us To Remain indifferent.|
Since create the Association Bariq 21 in 2006 in which MOHAMED found perfect for what he want to advocate and make a difference in the city is to safeguard the quality of life for future generations through environmental and participatory democracy.
In our hometown there are two kinds of person , those who watch the environmental condition of our city as it is and say why? And those watching the environmental state of our city how it should be and say why not.
he is one of those who seek to make a difference and instill environmental culture to our children through education , raise awareness and why not convince decision makers to take appropriate measures to support the needs of future generations protection of the environment,climate change, alternative energy , social equity , sustainable development .
confident and willing to make a change today in the positive direction for a better life for our children tomorrow.
|7/29/2014 12:09:17||Barefoot College||Bunker Royfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||No||Meagan Fallone||Barefoot College||www.barefootcollege.org||UK/USA||India||Female||51||English/French||Meagan Fallone has been responsible for implementing the scale-up of the Women's Barefoot Solar engineering initiative into 64 countries around the world. She has crafted partnerships and implementation on behalf of the college with GEF/ SGP UNDP, UNWOMEN, WWF, numerous Governments and several large private sector partners to establish a sustainable model designed for delivering maximum impact. She has spoken throughout the world to champion the courageous and extraordinary illiterate grandmothers whose empowerment is transforming ideas about knowledge transfer and the power of women to augment the quality of life for the poorest of poor remote rural villages throughout the developing world. She dynamically champions the Barefoot College paradigm of decentralised community based bottom up development recognising the wisdom and skills of those left out of the usual development process and advocates strongly for the economic imperative of empowering women with technology and livelihood skills that are transferred outside a traditional education system.||Working alongside Founder, Bunker Roy, to manage an aggressive scale-up of the Barefoot Approach, Interna>onally. Specifically to implement the “barefoot model” of community owned and managed, sustainable, grass roots development; in all the 43 Least developed countries (LDCs) by 2015.|
Meagan manages Global Strategy and Development for the Barefoot College. Responsible for Interna>onal coordina>on of the Women’s Barefoot Solar Engineering program, she has been a field presence in more than 26 countries since joining Barefoot College in 2011. Barefoot College is the only fully solar electrified college built by the rural poor and managed by the rural poor. For 40 years the College has demonstrated the power and impact of demys>fying and introducing modern technologies into rural seXngs focusing on mee>ng basic minimum needs; The provision of drinking water (rainwater harves>ng), basic ligh>ng (solar electrifica>on), livelihood development (handicraZs, health communica>ons) and Educa>on (Rural Solar Night Schools).
A strong commitment to developing women as agents of sustainable change and helping communi>es to develop their own capacity to meet the challenges within the developing world is at the heart of every Barefoot Solu>on.
Championing women in the developing world, she speaks regularly on the power of women as agents of sustainable change and poverty reduc>on. She has been a donor to many projects through Asia and Africa targeted at capacity building of women and girls educa>on ini>a>ves. She has been a strong advocate for philanthropy; by, for, and about women and has consulted directly to Private Founda>ons and Social Enterprises to help heighten their impact at both ends of the Philanthropic spectrum.
Commi]ed to transforming beliefs into concrete ac>on, she is an entrepreneur who has created and restructured a series of companies since 2005 in both the for-profit and non- profit sectors. Her company MFC Art Consul>ng Ltd in 2006 launched her deep commitment to the social sector by mentoring women ar>sans to gain unprecedented livelihood access in the luxury hotel sector. Born in New Zealand, educated in the US and the United Kingdom, holding BA & MFA degrees, Meagan is a mother of 3 and a passionate mountaineer; she lives between Switzerland, Tanzania and India.
|7/29/2014 12:09:53||Global Vision Over Haiti Today||Syprien Jules Seliresteemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Daniel Joseph||Global Vision Over Haiti Today||www.gvoht.org||Haitian||Haiti||Male||44||English||We are seeking partner supporter to help implementing development in undeserved area in Haiti||How much People diseases and starvation killed or illiteracy? And those could be Physicians, Nurses, Educators, Entrepreneurs or else to serve their community or the World.|
Imagine if those are alived to care, bring them together and train them in the development field or workshop .They could be creative or invented products to strengthen a community development or contribute to solve the World Pressure.
|7/29/2014 12:34:32||Network of Individuals Concerned for Education (NICE)||Dr.Remi Ajayifirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Olasunkanmi Peter Ewuyemi||Network of Individuals Concerned For Education (NICE)||Nigerian||Nigeria||Male||43||English||Olasunkanmi Peter Ewuyemi is the Program Coordinator of Network of Individuals Concerned for Education (NICE) and he has been a civil society activist since 2004,having engaged in designing and implementing public enlightenment programs and projects.|
He is a strong voice on civic education ,climate change and renewable energy for community development .He is a communication strategist.
He has participated in high profile advocacies. He was an active participant in the UN General Assembly hearings on Strengthening the UN cluster and freedom from Want in 2005. www.un-ngls.org/orf/GA-Want-speakers and active participants
And also strong voice in ICOPA X see : www.justiceaction.org.au/oldWebsite/actNow/Briefs_PDF/ICOPA X.pdf/Ewuyemi P.Olasunkanmi
|Sunkanmi Ewuyemi was born in Lagos,Nigeria, in 1971. He got his B.Sc degree from University of Lagos in Political Science in 2002 and also received the Masters of International Law and Diplomacy (MILD) degree from the same University in 2011.|
He studied Enterprise Leadership from the Pan-Atlantic University,Lagos,Nigeria in 2011.
In 2003 ,he joined African Centre for Democratic Governance (AFRIGOV) as Field Researcher and later moved to National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control(NAFDAC Green Pages) as Client service and communication Officer in 2004.He achieved wider market growth for the organization via advocacy,streamlining and strict enforcement of product registration guidelines.He was voted the best client communication of the year in 2007 through increasing corporate image by 75.3% in less than 6 months.
He became the Program Coordinator of Network of Individuals Concerned for Education in 2010. He received the Federal Government of Nigeria Awards to study Enterprise Leadership at the prestigious Pan-Atlantic University ,(formerly Pan-African University )Lagos.
His current research interests includes Treaties in Africa:Reinterpretation ,Reconstitution and Reconstruction , Patients/child healthcare e-registration system,solar lights and alternative renewable energies. He is the President of All Churches BluePages ecumenical Publication .
|7/29/2014 12:37:58||A38 Foundation, The Red Elephant Foundation||Karthik Jayakumaremail@example.com||Representative to speak in the 2014 Climate Summit Opening on behalf of civil society at large (Candidates must be female, under the age of 30, and from a developing country), Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Kirthi Jayakumar||A38 Foundation; The Red Elephant Foundation||www.athirtyeight.com|
|Indian||India||Female||26||English, Hindi, Spanish||Kirthi Jayakumar is a Lawyer, a policy analyst, a peace and conflict researcher and an activist. She has worked extensively on research related issues concerning public international law, focusing on issues such as gender, climate change, armed conflict and peacekeeping. One of the core issues Kirthi has addressed in her research and writing involves the global development future, and this has also involved an angle concerning environmental issues - particularly climate change, environmental refugees and related gender connotations.|
Kirthi Jayakumar is an activist with a legal and policy analysis background. She has excellent competency with climate change issues, experience with presenting climate change issues in public fora, and demonstrated ability to engage constructively with a variety of stakeholders. She has worked on several global issues connected with climate change, one of the most important being the issue of environmental refugees.
|Kirthi is a legal researcher and lawyer. A Peace and Conflict studies enthusiast, Kirthi is a volunteer with the UN. She is presently a Commissioning Editor with e-IR, an online International Relations portal, the Logistics and Constituents Head at The Channel Initiative, working for post-conflict reconstruction in the DR Congo, specifically targeting women. Kirthi works with DeltaWomen, as a writer and with CAAGLOP, as a Managing Editor and writer on African Policy. Recently, Kirthi was part of the UNICEF-UN Women Global Thematic Consultation on Addressing Inequalities through her paper titled The Rule of Law to combat Sexual Violence in a Conflict Environment. Kirthi dabbles with Intelligence and Security Analysis with Open Briefing, as an Associate Researcher, at the Asia-Pacific Desk, and runs an International Law Consultancy and Academic Journal called A38. Kirthi has written ad-hoc features for forums that include TransConflict, WorldPulse and PeaceXPeace and is a member of the TrustLaw Network.||www.kirthijayakumar.blogspot.com||www.kirthijayakumar.blogspot.com|
|7/29/2014 12:48:34||Delta Women||Kirthi Jayakumarfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Elsie Ijorogu-Reed||Delta Women||www.deltawomen.org||USA||United States||Female||45||English||Elsie has been instrumental in creating paradigm shifts in Nigerian society - through the opening of the first school in Okoijorogu, the creation of health care and eye care camps for several people in Delta State, and through sexual harassment awareness drives. Elsie has been awarded by several international forums including the United Nations' Volunteering system through her NGO's efforts, for two years in a row, and most recently in Ireland by WOL, for 2013||Motivated by the desire to reach out and give back to the community, Elsie Ijorogu-Reed sought to empower the indigenous women of Delta State and support their needs and basic human rights, thus forming Delta Women. She took Delta Women into the blogosphere with the present Blogging endeavour. Under Elsie's aegis, the entire Delta Women team comes together from different parts of the world.|
Elsie is the Founder and CEO of Delta Women, an NGO based out of Houston, Texas, for women. With campaigns using the Internet and Social Media to focus on global issues challenging women world over, Delta Women has credentials that speak volumes of its work on Women’s rights. She holds a Master’s degree in information systems management, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Among her many IT certificates, she holds the IBM Expert and is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer besides also being a Microsoft Certified Database Administrator. She also has 16 years of experience with IT-consulting as a Database Administrator, Project management and now Business intelligence consultancy. Elsie has worked with the FDIC America, the American Federation of teachers, and Accenture.
Armed with an MBA and also several IT certifications, Elsie has worked as an IT consultant for companies like Citibank, American Red Cross, the US Department of Health, Verizon and Alcon/Novadis in USA. besides also Boots and NHS in the UK, TDIC Abu Dhabi and GBM Qatar.
|7/29/2014 14:00:35||manadisaster organization||musengamana jean de Dieuemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||musengamana jean deDieu||manadisaster organization||www.manaorg.rw||rwandese||Rwanda||male||33||english and french||This candidate meets the criteria as indicated at the top considering his records in the last four years in climate change especially in disaster risk reduction strategies where he has worked with ministry of disaster management in their projects of making community resilient in the whole country with the focus in northern province where disasters hit several times, more over he has been a member and making daily online partnership with global network of civil society for disaster risk reduction(GNDR) with offices in London, GNDR have a very close partnership with UNSDR, he has been a member of steering committee for disaster risk and climate change in Rwanda since 2010 till now||2005 president AJOR(association des jeunes orphelins du Rwanda)|
2008 vice president ASSORENA shirimpumpu(young enterpreneurs)
2009 Member of steering committee in disaster risk and climate change
2010 Legal representative of Manadisaster organization......now
|7/29/2014 14:23:30||AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT RECONSTRUCTION AND HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATION (ADRAHO)||jAMES T MARTINfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||James T Martin||ADRAHO-LIBERIA||N/A||LIBERIA||Liberia||MALE||46||ENGLISH||Mr James T Martin is experienced in climatic , project management, and donor reporting requirement I have excellent interpersonal skills gained through his education and work experience he have keen power mapping skills that enable him identify different stakeholders and program objectives, while maintaining cultural, religious and technical sensitivities. he have excellent Research and Knowledge Management skills acquired from his work experience and supported by his education he is highly motivated individual with high ethical standards, able to work under pressure as individually or with a team. he have the required competency to represent the organization/ Network in relevant fora and program.||Mr James T Martin is a graduate of university of Nigeria Nssukka Martin is a professional Climatic experts, humanitarian, research and International Development. devote his working experience in saving live through climatic advocacy, restore dignity and hope of vulnerable people .his people accountability approach to communities enhance him to contribute meaningfully for implementation in the overall strategic climatic changes and its effects in Liberia and other west African Countries while developing, guiding and directing staff in all aspects of program email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|7/29/2014 16:16:28||Tanzania Citizen's Information Bureau||Deus Kibambaemail@example.com||Yes||Deus Msipotwa Kibamba||Tanzania Citizen's Information Bureau||www.tcib.or.tz||TANZANIA||Tanzania||MALE||42||English, French and Kiswahili||Trained in Political Science and Economy, Deus is a holder of a Masters degree in International Politics from the University of Sheffield, UK and a Postgraduate Diploma in Democratization, Governance and Public Policy from the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague. He is best placed in attending a Summit on Climate change due to his high level analytical skills on the global causes of and implications for Climate Change. His experience in working on and advocating for Climate Change issues since his graduation from the University of Dar es Salaam in 1998 is an asset in him.||Deus Kibamba graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzaia in 1998. He then worked with a number of Civil Society organizations and campaigns in the areas of land rights research and advocacy; small scale farmer and peasant rights protection; promoting gender equality and advocacy on human Rights and constitutionally guaranteed as well as universally agreed entitlements such as the right to life in view of deteriorating climatic conditions in Tanzania, East Africa and the African continent in general. His Masters degree and Postgraduate Diploma have given him the necessary skills to effectively engage with governmental circles to call for accountability in protecting the environment. Deus has been part of major global processes for the advocacy of respect for environment. His chairmanship of the Tanzania Constitutional Forum, a broad Forum of 184 member CSOs campaigning for the making of Tanzania's first participatory Constitution places him far above average Civil Society activists. He will have a huge contribution to the Climate Change Summit later in September 2014.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/udcr76zhdvjfmuo/Deus%20Kibamba_CV.docx||www.google.com/Deus Kibamba|
|7/29/2014 16:37:01||International-Lawyers.Org||Tomas Solfarofirstname.lastname@example.org||No||Curtis F. Doebbler||International-Lawyers.Org||International-Lawyers.Org||Palestinian, American, Dutch||Palestine||male||53||English, Dutch, Arabic||Dr. Curtis Doebbler is a member of International-Lawyers.Org, a civil society organization in UNDPI association. He is also a practicing lawyer and visiting professor at Webster University in Geneva and the Geneva School of Diplomacy who has participated actively in the COPs and climate change meetings since 2007. He is authorized to speak on behalf of International-Lawyers.Org, which has been important in the work of the UN Human Rights Council on human rights and climate change and in relation to the human rights approach in the UNFCCC context. He has been a advocate for implementation of community based climate change mitigation and adaptation through cooperation with Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University, which sponsors one of the world's largest solar energy farms, and through his advice and assistance to the governments of small island and other developing States on national climate change policies. He is a compelling public speaker having spoke in dozens of times at the UN Human Rights Council and to international media in addition to his regular advocacy as an international lawyer and teaching international law. His work and writing exhibits has competence on a wide range of climate change issues, significant experience presenting these issues in public, and demonstrated ability to engage with a variety of stakeholders. He has attended the High Level Segment of the UN General Assembly most of the past thirty years, including assisting a past General Assembly President. He is Palestinian, Dutch, and American. He will be in New York from 19-27 September.||Dr. Doebbler is an expert in international human rights law and the adverse effects of climate change on human rights. His work in this field includes advising governments and non-governmental organizations as well as the victims of human rights violations due to the adverse effects of climate change. He also lectures on climate change law and policy and has taught courses on international climate change law and policy and has written widely on the subject. Since 2007, many of his activities have been carried out in the context of the UNFCCC's COPs and Bonn climate meeting. He has also represented and advised individuals before international human rights instances in Africa, Europe, the Americas and before United Nations bodies, including in matters concerning climate change related human rights interferences. He has made representations before the UN Human Rights Council and the World Health Assembly of the World Health Organization on the issue of human rights and climate change. He holds has a Ph.D. in International Law from London School of Economics (supervised by Dame Rosalyn Higgins), a Degree of Masters of Law (LL.M./meesterstitel) from Radboud University Nijmegen, a J.D. from New York Law School, and a Bachelors of Arts in English literature and of Fine Arts in Journalism from Southern Methodist University. In 2000, he was awarded the diploma in Public International Law of the of the Hague Academy.|
He has received several other awards for his work, including a Certificate of Recognition of the Academy of Graduate Studies in Tripoli (2007), an Award for Work for International Justice from An-Najah National University in Nablus (2007), and First Prize at the Helsinki Summer Session of International and European Law (1988). He has taught law at London School of Economics, Khartoum University, Pristina University, Tuzla University, The American University in Cairo, Webster University Geneva, Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Tashkent State Institute of Law, and An-Najah National University. He has also lectured at numerous universities and made presentations at numerous legal conference. He is a member of the Bar of the District of Columbia, the Fourth Circuit US Court of Appeals, and Supreme Court of the United States. His clients have included governments, sitting and former heads of States, an estimated 2.5 million internally displaced persons in Sudan, an estimated 15,000 Ethiopian refugees, members of parliaments, and numerous other individuals and groups. His publications include The Principle of Non-Discrimination under International Law (2007), International Human Rights Law: Cases and Materials (2004), ИЗУЧЕНИЕ МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫХ ПРАВ ЧЕЛОВЕКА (2004), An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law (2006), An Introduction to International Human Rights Law (2006), and An Introduction to International Criminal Law (2007), as well as numerous articles in in academic journals and popular newspapers. He was born in 1961 in Buffalo, New York, and has American, Palestinian, and Dutch nationality.
|7/29/2014 17:41:21||Indus Consortium||Iram Asifemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Khurram Javed Kazi||Indus Consortium||http://www.indusconsortium.pk||Pakistan||Pakistan||Male||27||English, Urdu, and Hindi||Khurram is an eloquent speaker, having won various Model United Nations (MUNs) Conferences, debates and declamations. He is an eager student and a gifted teacher always willing to learn and improve.|
Khurram strongly feels about the climate change resulting into global warming and changing weather patterns. Khurram has witnessed flash floods in Pakistan and he is clearly moved by the devastation of natural disasters resulting from climate change. Khurram is currently running the advocacy campaign on climate change and food security in the Indus area in Pakistan. He would be the best choice as a penallist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Climate Frontlines."
|Scholar Practitioner with over 8 years of diverse experience encompassing Development Sector, Academia, and Military Service. Over four years of experience in training and facilitation; Trained over 300 people and managed projects up to $ 5 million; successfully wrote grant proposal of Euros 1.2 million from Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.|
Khurram has participated in a number of courses and trainings in various countries. He is a graduate of Geneva Centre for Security Policy Switzerland, Hiroshima Peacebuilders Center Japan, Central European University Hungary, Hiroshima City University Japan, Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy, National Defence University Pakistan, Thammasat University Thailand, and Payap University, Thailand. Khurram is a Visiting Faculty Member at Bahria University Islamabad teaching courses on Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills. He is also a trainer and a mediator, certified from American Bar Association. Khurram is a regular contributor to various International and local publications.
Specialties: Advocacy; Communication for Development (C4D); Program Management; Alternate Dispute Resoluton (ADR); Security Policy; and Peace Education
|7/29/2014 18:31:43||societe civile /kasumbalesa||jean luc firstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||kamin tshiloz solange||deogracias international ongd||en construction||CONGOLAISE||Congo||FEMALE||40||FRENCH||elle milite pour la population rurale depuis 2005,c'est une femme dynamique, sur les questions de changement climatique elle a fait son cheval de bataille,car cette population est concernée directement par ce thématique,|
il ya des actions d'informations et sensibilisation qui sont menées en milieu rural par la radio et des clubs d’écoute ,il ya aussi
|elle est née au Congo a Lubumbashi en 1974 ,en 2006 licencié en droit économique, et après elle est coordinatrice de l'ongd deogracias international, directrice de la radio communautaire et présidente de cadre de concertation a kasumbalesa||https://drive.google.com/ob?page=thanks&usp=web_ww_dl_sync#|
|7/29/2014 19:26:36||ASFE||MANDENG Marc Richepinemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||MANDENG Marc Richepin||ASFE||Cameroonian||Cameroon||Male||39||french||I think our organisation is working daily on climate matter, and due the major role that our country plays to central africa, with the leadershiph of climate matter||Teacher at the Ecole des Consevation des Foreets du Cameroun|
|7/29/2014 20:45:11||Polytechnic university of the philippines||Simplicia 'Jojie" Camachofirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||No||Joey Salceda||Governor of Albay, Bicol||Filipino||Philippines||Male||53||english||at present albay casualty in last typoon glenda is zero, for the past year Albay City is a well known disaster risk reduction city. He walk the talks.||First UISDR|
Senior Global Champion for Disaster Risk Reduction and
Climate Change Adaptation, 2010 to present
United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction Advis,
UNFCCC Transitional Committee of the Green Climate Fund, 2011
Advisor for International Economic Affairs,Incheon Metropolitan City,
Republic ofKorea (2009-2011; 2011-2013)
|7/29/2014 20:50:51||NIGERIA-TOGO ASSOCIATION||Boniface Kwassi KASSEGNE & Maxime Kodjo KASSEGNEemail@example.com||Yes||Boniface Kwassi KASSEGNE||NIGERIA-TOGO ASSOCIATION||Togolese Passport||Nigeria||Male||60||French & English||Candidate is the Preisdent/hief Executive Officer. He has represented the Organization in several seminars, workshops and conferences organized by United Nations and its statutory bodies and other organizations all over the world. He has 3 years multiple re-entry into the United States of America. He could write and speak French and English Laguages Fluently. Our Organization hold him high due to its outstanding abilities. During the organization's seminar on climate change held in Lome, Togo, the paper he presented was selected model academic master piece to be consulted by similar NGOs in the region. |
The candidate is highly knowledgeable in climate change issues. He chairs all meetings hosted by the organization and he is often invited to priside over seminars, worksops and onferences organized by other organizations with similar objectives like our own NGO. He has represented the organization in the UN Conference on Indigenous People in New-York, 2008, ICAO General Assembly in Montreal, Canada, 2009, IMO General Assembly; London; 2010 and in other international fora. He successfully initiated and organized the meeting on Climate change whichwas held in Lome, Togo from the 15th to 17h September 2013 in which delegates from Benin, Gabon, Guinea Konakry, Congo Brazzaville, Côte
d'Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria and Togo participated.The report of the meeting is attahed.
|Mr. KASSEGNE Kwassi Donkor Boniface was born on 31 December 1952. He is an Administrator and a Linguist. He is a seasoned Togolese Diplomat. After a career in the Diplomatic and International Cercle, he founded the Nigeria-Togo Association which he heads. He is a Professional to the core and a community leader. He is the immediate past Chairman of the Togolese Community in Nigeria. He is a friend of people from the grassroots and fights against injustice done to the underprileged in the society. He has created youth development centre to train young boys and girls from poor homes. He is a philantropist.||http://www.un-ngls.org/IMG/docx/Boniface_Kwassi_KASSEGNE_-_NIGERIA-TOGO_ASSOCIATION.docx|
|7/29/2014 22:03:27||Maryknoll Sisters of St. Dominic, Inc.||Marvelous L. Misolasfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Marvelous L. Misolas||Maryknoll Sisters of St. Dominic, Inc.||http://www.maryknollsisters.org/||Filipino||Philippines||Female||48||English||Sister Marvie L. Misolas, MM is a member of the Maryknoll Sisters of St. Dominic, a religious missionary organization based in New York. Sister Marvie is currently assigned in the Philippines and working in Climate Change related advocacy. Sr. Marvie studied Masters in Environment, Peace and Security with specialization in Climate Change at the United Nations mandated University for Peace in Costa Rica. She was a representative at the 2012 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Sister is now serving in the Philippines and is based in Manila, where she works in climate change consultancy to different NGOs such as Green Convergence, Environmental Studies Institute, Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan, and other Church and non-Church based institutions.||Sister Marvelous L. Misolas, MM (Marvie) worked in Taiwan since 1998, and is fluent in Taiwanese and Mandarin languages. She has vast experience in women's issues and gender related work for 13 years, and established a women advocacy center in Taichung, Taiwan. Realizing the connection of between women's poverty and oppress, and studied in Costa Rica where she focused on Climate Change and Human Security.||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ML0xbVlmhD-UgwGQQ7y0DvTNnGvzfC6WARpooQ0EpCM/edit|
|7/29/2014 23:43:46||Fundación Hábitat Verde||Martha Banzer Castedoemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Julio Cesar Aguilera Hurtado||Fundación Hábitat Verde||http://fundacinhbitatverde.blogspot.com/||Boliviano||Bolivia||Masculino||37||Espanol||Es el líder de la Fundación Hábitat Verde: Una organización de jóvenes ambientalista que desarrollamos estrategia y programas de protección al medio ambiente en el ámbito social, político, económico y cultural. Es una organización sin fines de lucro, opción religiosa y política partidista. |
A nivel municipal de Bolivia, esta liderando los procesos de incidencia política para la promulgación de ordenanzas sobre la reducción del uso de Bolsas Plásticas y la gestión de residuos como las Pilas, acciones que ayudan a para el problema del cambio climático.
Con buena capacidad sobre educación ambiental y defensa de los derechos humanos, presentado el caso de Bolivia, un país en vía de desarrollo y con parte del pulmón del mundo (Región Amazónica) y no cuenta con acciones para proteger dicho pulmón. este candidato cuenta con la predisposición para participar y presentar la realidad de Santa Cruz - Bolivia, como un ejemplo de protección del cambio climático.
|De nacionalidad boliviana, y con residencia en Bolivia, de formación académica Licenciado en Psicología y |
Magister en Salud Pública con Mención en Gerencia por la Universidad Autónoma Gabriel René Moreno. Con
relación a mi formación académica puedo señalar que realice dos diplomados uno sobre Gestión de Políticas
Públicas, Género, DSR – VIH. El primero en la Universidad de Puebla – México y el otro en Educación con un
enfoque de Medio Ambiente. Éste Segundo en la Universidad de León – España, de igual forma realice una
especialidad en Liderazgo de la Salud Internacional, en la Organización Panamericana de la Salud (OPS/OMS)
en Washington – USA. En la gestión 2013 realice los diplomados en Educación Superior y de Gestión en
Tecnología Educativa por la Universidad de Aquino de Bolivia (UDABOL). Actual director de la Fundación Hábitat Verde la cual esta liderando los procesos de incidencia política para la promulgación de ordenanzas sobre la reducción del uso de Bolsas Plásticas y la gestión de residuos como las Pilas, acciones que ayudan a para el problema del cambio climático.
|7/30/2014 2:31:11||Centre d'Etudes et de Recherche pour une Population Dynamique : CERPD||KOLIKOU Lodéwafirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||TOSSOU Aho Richard||CERPD||www.cerpdong.org||Béninoise||Benin||male||43||Frensh||Je suis TOSSOU Aho Richard, Économiste, Démographe planificateur Spécialiste des questions de Populations et Développement et Sociologue du développment.|
Je suis candidat pour deux raisons principales:
1- Partager mes expériences avec mes pairs sur les questions du développement.
2- Souligner la nécessaire importance de la prévoyance sociale les populations des PMA en Afrique dans le développement durable.
Mémoire de maîtrise en Gestion
Thème de mémoire : Comportement des PME/PMI face à la gestion comptable et financière : Cas des Départements du Mono/Couffo.
Janvier 2006 Mémoire de fin de formation DESS ‘’Population et Dynamiques Urbaines.
Thème mémoire : Comportement des populations en matière de planification familiale dans l’Arrondissement urbain de Lokossa.
Décembre 2008. Mémoire de fin de formation DEA ‘’Sociologie du Développement’’.
Sujet : Problématique du faible taux d’adhésion aux mutuelles de santé
2014 Projet de thèse en sociologie du Développement
‘’De la prévoyance sociale : quel lendemain meilleur aux acteurs en Afrique de l’Ouest. Exemple du Bénin.
|7/30/2014 2:59:02||Society for Human Advancement and Disadvantaged Empowerment (SHADE)||Ms. Rasheedaemail@example.com||Yes||Sajad Ahmed||Society for Human Advancement and Disadvantaged Empowerment (SHADE)||www.shade.org.pk||Pakistani||Pakistan||Male||45||English||We at our organization have started working on Climate change issues with our community. Mr. Sajad has sound experience of working with our communities on climate mitigation. We have formed village groups and sensitize women and men how to mitigate climate hazards. |
Participation of Mr. Sajad on behalf of our organization will help build our capacity to work in a better way with our communities we are pleased to work voluntarily with the UN committees.
|SHADE is a not for profit, non-government organization. We have been working on sustainable development as well since our inception in 2003.|
Mr. Sajad has been working in the field of development for more than 15 years. He has sound experience of working with our communities. He has attended two conferences of UN at UN headquarters in New York on behalf of our organization.
|Not applicable for attendees|
|7/30/2014 5:24:20||Motivational Power Project||Keziah Christinefirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Meshack Kinyua Ndiritu||Regional Center for Mapping of Resources for Development||http://rcmrd.org/||Kenyan||Kenya||Male||26||English||the nominee is a representative of Motivational Power Project Kenya; which is registered under the UN's ECOSOC Civil Society Organization. He is therefore authorized to speak on behalf of this organization. He is the founding chair of the organization and has been advocating for climate change mitigation; especially in elementary schools here in Kenya. He has also been lobbying youths to take part in climate change projects through tree planting and environment conservation. He is competent in Climate change issues especially the technical ways of carbon mapping and emission trading schemes. He will be available on 23rd September to take part in this forum; as the US consulate here is able to process the visa within 3 weeks. He is an excellent public speaker and has presented several papers in international conferences||Meshack Kinyua Ndiritu completed his Bachelor of Science course in Space Science from the University of Nairobi Kenya last year. He went on to work with the Regional Center for Mapping of Resources for Development; which is a 20-member state intergovernmental organization whose mission is to promote sustainable development through generation, application and dissemination of Geo-Information and allied ICT services and products in the Member States and beyond. He works in the Disaster Management Unit of the SERVIR Africa project; assisting in technical analysis of natural disasters such as droughts; using Remote Sensing and Geo-Information Systems tools for analysis. He also uses predictive models that can be of great input to climate change mitigation. He has done additional courses in Disaster Management, Emission Trading Schemes; and Safe Resilient cities from the World Bank Institute. He is also involved in various projects aimed to offer solutions in climate change. He is soon transiting to join the African Union Commission Department of Human Resource Science and Technology; as a volunteer in Space Science and Technology; and he will be assisting in formulating policies for African governments to create space agencies and start applying space Technology in mitigating hazards/disasters; which climate change is part. He is also a co-lead in the Space Technology Advisory Council's (SGAC) Space Technology for Disaster Management project; in Support of the United Nations Programme on Space Applications.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2UVla4DDTNrT3FMaHF1eVB3dlU/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2UVla4DDTNrSk12NHNTRkh0TkU/edit?usp=sharing|
|7/30/2014 5:29:33||Bangladesh Disaster Preparedness Centre (BDPC)||Saeed Ahmed Siddiqueeemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Saeed Ahmed Siddiquee||Bangladesh Disaster Preparedness Centre (BDPC)||www.bdpc.org.bd||Bangladeshi||Bangladesh||Male||29||English, Bengali, Hindi||Everyone on Earth has a goal in the life. For me, my country’s community peoples have been the inspiration behind framing my future goals and thoughts. The upcoming global climate summit 2014 is very much momentous for me and my country aspect as well. I think few expected benefits are listed below or would be gained as per my presence in the summit-|
To know about the different culture, economy and livelihood patterns;
Benefit for climate change, adaptation research and policy approaches in Bangladesh;
Future global scope for climate change coping and policy research;
Developing opportunities for collaborations and partnerships with networking;
Acquire global knowledge about climate change with anthropocene;
Help building a team, providing a forum for team members to discuss tools, technologies, and processes;
Improve indigenous knowledge after disseminating information in Bangladesh;
Self improvement as a researcher.
|Mr. Siddiquee acquired M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Environmental Sciences from Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh. As being a nationality of Bangladesh, he has more than three years rigid experiences in the field of environment, governance, sustainable development, health, livelihood, climate change adaptation and disaster management. Adding, he also has operational experience in the domain of research, implementation, training, and monitoring. Beside these, he has few international journal publications and articles which addressing the issues of climate change, wetland, food security, livelihood and urban agriculture.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B58XqWUKpzULSU5HWEcycWNGOU0/edit?usp=sharing||https://juinv.academia.edu/SaeedAhmedSiddiqueeShaikat|
|7/30/2014 5:44:07||Global Network of Civil society Organization for Disaster Reduction||Vuyisile Mlangafirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Johnson Akpase Ojo||Christian International swaziland||www.globalnetwork-dr.org||Nigerian||Swaziland||Male||42||English||Johnson Ojo has been working on climate change issues and disaster risk reduction in Africa since 2004. He is a member of Global network of Civil society organization on Disaster Reduction. He has been working on climate change adaptaion for community in Africa. He directed the views from the frontline projects in Swaziland in 2007, 2009, and 2011. He has done community profiling for communities in swaziland. currently he is the project director for action from the Frontline.||Born in Ondo state of Nigeria in 1971, Johnson Attended the university of Nigeria before joining Christian International. In 2007 he was appointed as the country Director of Christian International Swaziland. Since 2007 He has been collaborating with UN systems in Swaziland, Government departments and civil society organizations on climate change mitigation and adaptation.||I did not understand this|
|7/30/2014 5:46:45||Brot für die Welt/ Bread for the World||Dr. Klaus Seitz||Klaus.Seitz@brot-fuer-die-welt.de||Attend Summit only||No||Sabine Minninger||Bread for the World||http://www.brot-fuer-die-welt.de||German||Germany||Female||38||English, German||Sabine Minninger is officially authorized by Bread for the World – the German Protestant aid agency to speak on behalf of the organization, which is a full member of the ACT Alliance (Action by Churches Together) and the Climate Action Network. She has experience of effective lobby and advocacy of community-based solutions for climate change mitigation and overcoming energy poverty in the Global South, e.g. in Tanzania, Vietnam, Kazakhstan and Peru. While attending the Executive Committee meetings of the Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage, she advocates for community-based, climate resilient solutions using the experience of field, project and partner visits mainly in Bangladesh and Fiji.||Sabine Minninger is a Policy Advisor with the German Protestant aid agency ‘Bread for the World’ dealing with global warming, energy and development issues. While her main focus is low carbon development, adaptation and climate finance, she is currently intensely involved in work on addressing climate induced loss and damages together with partners from Bangladesh. She graduated from the University of Trier in 2004 with a “Diplom” degree (equivalent to a Masters-Degree). Her Master's thesis on the implementation of the Code of Conduct to Protect Children from Commercial Sexual Exploitation in Tourism was compiled in close collaboration with the international children’s rights organization ECPAT and published by the German Church Development Service (EED). She worked for both organizations as a consultant on combating commercial sexual exploitation of children in tourism until the 2004 tsunami hit Southeast Asia. In 2005 she moved to Thailand to support partner organizations of EED in developing a community-based Disaster Prevention and Preparedness Management Program in the tsunami affected areas in Thailand, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. Learning from the 2004 tsunami and the impacts of disasters on the poor and most vulnerable, she became involved in lobby and advocacy on climate change and development issues having similar impacts. Since 2008 she has been following the UNFCCC process together with partner organizations in the Global South calling for climate justice. In 2012 the aid agency EED merged with Bread for the World and Sabine became the head of the Climate Change and Energy Desk as a Policy Advisor.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/q1w4nhhlq0goo4d/Sabine_Minninger_BreadForTheWorld_CV.pdf||http://climatechange-tv.rtcc.org/2011/12/02/sabine-minninger-eed-tourism-watch/|
|7/30/2014 5:52:48||Gulf Research Center||Dr. Mohamed Abdel Raoufemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Mohamed Abdel Raouf Abdel Hamid Aly||Gulf Research Center||www.grc.net||Egyptian||Egypt||Male||44||Englisg - Arabic||The nominee works in a regional organization for the MENA Region.|
the nominee worked in some research projects related to climate change policy in the MENA region
the Nominee is currently the global representative of the science and Tech. Major Group of UNEP
the Nominee participated in preCOP and COP of CC
the nominee is a writer in many newspapers around the MENA region in English, Arabic and French
|Dr. Mohammed Abdel Raouf is currently a Research Fellow, Environment Research Program, Gulf Research Centre in Jeddah (based in Cairo) and currently the global focal point of Science and Tech. Major Group of UNEP. Dr. Raouf was the lead author for UNEP GEO-5 Report, West Asia chapter on Environmental governance section.|
Dr. Raouf has a doctorate degree in Environmental Sciences (Environmental Economics) from the Ain-Shams University in Egypt and has undergone advanced training in Environmental Management at the Augsburg University, Germany.
Dr. Raouf is also a part time lecturer of Environmental Accounting and Economics. He published various policy papers on environmental issues in MENA Region and authored three books:
- "Environment in the Age of Revolution", Dar El-Maaref, July 2013, Cairo.
- "Green Policy to Balance Energy And Environment Needs- the Case of UAE", The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR, May 2013, Abu Dhabi.
- “Economic Instruments and Environmental Policy in the GCC Countries”, GRC, Sept. 2007, Dubai
- Dr. Mohammad Abdel Raouf - Columnist at gulf Newspaper link:
- SESSION ON UNEA HIGH-LEVEL THEMATIC DISCUSSIONS at UNEA June 2014:
- Dr. Mohamed Raouf moderating session at 45th GEF council:
- Dr. Raouf Speaking to RTCC TV on sideline of 5th GEF assembly:
|7/30/2014 6:34:04||African European Young People Initiaitves||IDOWU ADEDAYOfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||IDOWU ADEDAYO||AFRICAN-EUROPEAN YOUNG PEOPLE INITIATIVES||www.afroeurogroup.org||Nigerian||Nigeria||Male||41||Englsih||He is an exemplary youth advocate in the community, with vast experience and involvement in the filed of environmental issues||A graduate of History at the University of Ibadan. Involve with building civil societies||na|
|7/30/2014 6:59:56||HUMAN RIGHTS RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT CENTER||DR KINGSLEY EZEHemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||IKECHUKWU CELESTINE ONYIA||HRRDC||NIGERIA||Nigeria||MALE||43||ENGLISH||The nominee candidate has an advanced knowledge techniques/skills on development/ways of reducing (GHG) emission/energy efficient/achieving clean air. And adhere to the principles of identifies intelligent application on resolving critical variable in developmental technology/input model techniques on discoveries in sustainable development and economic policy.||Ikechukwu Celestine Onyia has advanced degree on environmental science,an engineer has a proven track record on engagement both national and international assignment to study climate change/elements of sustainable development,the environment is the necessary basis for sustainable development • the economy is the tool to achieve sustainable development • the good life for all (the social dimension) is the target of sustainable development. Limiting global warming • Halting loss of biodiversity • Controlling and limiting emission of persistent chemical pollutants • Returning to natural nutrient cycles.|
Worked with the HRRDC as director,married.From a christian family.He is a researcher.Member TWG3 with the UNEPFI.
|Ikechukwu Celestine Onyia has represented the Human Rights Research & Development Center at conference both local,national and international representative on the issue of resolving critical variables as it affects climates and how it changes monitoring and evaluation and have advanced skills in writing and speaking engagement.|
|7/30/2014 7:10:18||Self Employed||Paul Provakar Sahafirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Paul Provakar Saha||Professional Consultant to NGOs||Bangladeshi||Bangladesh||Male||59||English and Bengali||I have succeeded to work among more than 300 Government registered NGOs in Bangladesh Many NGOs have established in Bangladesh with my continuous consultancy and still I have been providing many NGOs and their socioeconomic development approach, poverty alleviation, rights based development , women empowerment and prevention of domestic violence against women, disaster mitigation, disaster relief & rehabilitation, adaptation to climate change affects, child education, water, sanitation and hygiene ( WASH) program etc.||a) Name : PAUL PROVAKAR SAHA|
b) Father’s Name : Late Prodyut Kumar Saha
c) Mother’s Name : Late Manoda Saha
d) Date of birth : 28th February 1956
e) Permanent Address : SAHA Bari, Baptist Mission Road, Barisal-8200, Country : Bangladesh
Email : email@example.com
Mobile : 0088-01731588298
f) Nationality : Bangladeshi by birth
g) Marital Status : Unmarried
h) Church Affiliation : Barisal Baptist Church
Now the position of sexual abuse or silent prostitution among girls in garments factories has been changed abruptly and it is very very hard to identify it because girls will totally reluctant to express because they prefer it of their personal concern and easy way way to get money or other facilities.
The other reality is some experts and specialists especially of international donors, national government agencies or UN who are much well informed of law, legislation, workers' interest & protection but the problem is they focus the girls involvement in sex affairs mainly like police inspector or sub inspectors or in traditional and ethical outlook, that most of the time beyond the actual position of the girls, I am in favor of the girl emotion, reality, interest, love them but I will never accept to victimize that wonderful girl restricting a girl from enjoying her personal rights and freedom.
|Candidate does not meet the criteria; must be an authorized representative of a civil society organization|
|7/30/2014 9:30:22||ABESCAM||SOPPI NDOCK LOUISE & kwedi firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Alain Aime Ndedi||ISA-EMT & UNIVERSITE DE L'ENTREPRENEURIAT||CAMEROON||Cameroon||MALE||45||ENGLISH AND FRENCH||Pr Ndedi Alain is activist on issues to environment management. I met him while attending a course on environmental management; He shared information regarding what he has been doing on climate change from his attendance at the Johannesburg 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development to various researches, papers on climate change mitigation. I strongly believe that he can add value to the event. |
J'ai connu Pr Ndedi Alain au salon camerounais de l'environnement. Pr Ndedi est un passionné de l'environnement et des changements climatiques. Je reste persuadé que sa présence à ce sommet sur les changements climatiques apporteront un plus à cette rencontre. Le lien ci-dessous est une illustration: http://www.illimytikservices.com/societe/index.php/societe/4263-salon-camerounais-de-lenvironnement-et-du-developpement-durable-scedd
|Pr. Alain Ndedi Tel: 237 9872 7474 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
Institutions in Cameroon: ISTG-AC /Université de l’Entrepreneuriat /Institute for Management and Entrepreneurship
Alain A. Ndedi is a Professor of Entrepreneurship, Organisation, public finance, economy, Environment and Evaluation. Advisory board member of the Bioinfo Publications; Dr Ndedi is Director of the Think Tank CABAC, and Past President of Young Entrepreneurs for the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (YENEPAD). Author of 17 academic books, and more than 50 peer reviewed articles in accredited journals, Dr Ndedi has lectured in many universities and higher learning institutions for the past ten years. He has consulted for the UNDP, the South African and Gabonese governments, the World Bank, the United Nations, etc… He has been involved on monitoring and evaluation research and training both in Africa and across the world since 2002 with the focus on environment and agriculture. He is member of many networks including, AfrEA, SAMEA, CaDEA, 3ie and NONIE. Since 2011, Dr Ndedi is lecturing in many tertiary institutions in Cameroon, and currently heading the department of commerce at the Institut Supérieur de Technologie et de Gestion d’Afrique Centrale (ISTG-AC). He is lead professor for entrepreneurship training at (ISA-EMET) also known as Université de l’Entrepreneuriat. Before coming to Cameroon, Dr Ndedi lectured entrepreneurship at the University of Johannesburg. To this teaching experience, Dr Ndedi was assistant lecturer / researcher within many institutions in South Africa. A graduate from Pretoria University, Dr Ndedi holds many certificates in public finance, ethics, in audit and management control.
|7/30/2014 12:16:55||Occupy Regina||Daniel Johnsonemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Mike Roselle||Climate Ground Zero||http://climategroundzero.org/||American||United States||Male||60||English||Mike Roselle has been a long time direct action campaigner, and one of the pioneers of the modern environmental movement. Climate change has been one of the dominant themes of his work for many years.||Mike Roselle is a very well known direct action campaigner and has been drawing attetnion to climate and pollution related issues since the 1970s as one of the original co-founders of Earth First, and later the Ruckus Society, Rainforest Action Network as well as Climate Ground Zero.|
At the moment, Roselle has been working with Climate Ground Zero and various local groups in support of a bill to end mountain top removal mining in West Virginia.
|7/30/2014 12:46:36||Environmental Management for Livelihood Improvement Bwaise Facility (EMLI)||Ms. Sydah Naigagafirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Robert Bakiika||Environmental Management for Livelihood Improvement Bwaise Facility (EMLI)||www.bwaisefacility.org||UGANDA||Uganda||Male||30||English||Robert is the Deputy Executive Director at EMLI and head the Environmental Governance and Climate change Programme.|
Robert has negotiated the under the COPs of UNFCCC for 6 years now. He has also served as the African Regional Representative to UNEP and was instrumental in developing of the Africa Climate Change Programme.
At National level, Robert is in charge of implementing a climate change response strategies in Uganda. Currently, EMLI is implementing a GEF SGP project on "Reducing Greenhouse Gases through Dissemination of Improved Efficient Technologies" in partnership with UNDP Uganda. He was influential in the formulation of the National Climate Change Policy in 2013.
He is the official representative of the Climate Action Network Uganda (a local network for civil society actors on climate change issues) to the National Negotiating Group on Mitigation.
|Robert Bakiika is the Deputy Executive Director of Environmental Management for Livelihood Improvement Bwaise Facility (EMLI) and the New York Main Representative to United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) . |
Robert is a Scientist at the School of Forestry, Environmental and Geographical Sciences at Makerere University and the GEF CSO Network Regional Focal Point for Eastern Africa. He is a member to a number of reputable international organisations such as; UNEP's Africa Adaptation Knowledge Network and UNCCD's CSO Land Management Network.
He has written various educative and informative scholarly materials on climate change, environment and natural resources at national, regional and international level.
|7/30/2014 14:22:10||New Future Foundation Inc.||Ruth Brinkleyemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Queenmother Dr. Delois Blakely||New Future Foundation Inc.||www.newfuturefoundation.org||African American||United States||Female||73||English||Queenmother Dr. Blakely is Goodwill Ambassador to Africa as well as Community Mayor of Harlem. She has attended Rio+20 in 2012 as well as High Level Ministerial working group conferences up to present.||New Future Foundation was founded in 1969 by Miss Delois Blakely, a nun of ten years who left the convent so she could relate more directly to the problems of less fortunate children. New Future Foundation offers an opportunity for its youths from multi-ethnic and multi-economic backgrounds to understand and share their own backgrounds and explore the backgrounds of others. Today New Future Foundation is a NGO, Private Volunteer Organization/Non Government Organization with consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bw-eGyxsk5ijMWdKNEdRXzNoUDZFN3NlN0gwajlERFVWU3Q0/edit?usp=sharing|
|7/30/2014 15:59:53||kathak academy bangladesh(KAB)UNCSOs||abul kashem firstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Abul kashem sheikh||kathak academy bangladesh(KAB)UNCSOs||www.kabbd.org||bangladeshi||Bangladesh||male||45||english||, for your kind information, we are working for the MDGs sustainable climate change development for developing country community youth in Bangladesh.|
There is lot of issue we like to shear our experience, education, health, poor community youth for future economical, risk deserter redaction evaluation..
we know un secretary general tack Action for climate change in the world community people 2015 ,we like to say adaptation for climate change & challenge ,we need to taken from the grassroots level youth action progressive program for youth becoming a economical & social because we believe youth empowerment can be change & challenge .
if we like to make this goal ,we need honesty not only paper work we need strong practical education skilled training to the people.
|We also work on different social programs highlighting youth entrepreneurship in local & national medias and in rural areas ..Most recent curriculum vitae and a brief biographical note We have gather experience in youth agricultural response an international or regional and local level. Few examples are: |
1.Attending Millennium Development Goals for youth 2015 summit on 11-14 September 2006 at Batam in Indonesia representative youth organization from Bangladesh .
2. Attending self-employment youth development recommendation for MDGs on 10-16 August, 2006 in Malaysia.
3. Attending youth Deplo leadership Programmed in Thailand July 14-15. Attending youth leadership Program
(JICA)-representative youth org. win’s Mother trachea, gold Medal ,2009
4.to attend the cop17 2010 Durban south Africa
5. To attend the United Nations general assembly in September 2011,
6. To attend the World Bank Mandatory Fund Annual Meeting in Japan ,October 2012,
7. Also attend the 11th youth assembly of United Nations in New York Jan 31 Feb. 2nd 2013,
8. ADB 46 meeting in delli ,Noida in india 2-5 may 2013.
|Young people are the parents, decision-makers, business people and leaders of tomorrow. Investment in today's young men and women is actually an investment in the future of our nation. National development largely depends on the enthusiasm and energy of the youth community. They consist of one third of our total population .The youth community, imbued with endless creativity, innovation and zeal for production, is the most inspired productive force of a nation. As a precondition for development of a state and society the participation of the youth community is acclaimed and accepted by all.|
|7/30/2014 16:38:16||Global Gender and Climate Alliance||Cara Beasleyemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Cara Elaine Beasley||Global Gender and Climate Alliance||www.gender-climate.org||American||United States||Female||38||English||Ms. Cara Beasley is the Coordinator for the Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA), a collective of over 90 UN agencies, Intergovernmental Organizations, and Civil Society Organizations. The primary goal of the GGCA is to ensure that climate change policies, decision-making, and initiatives at the global, regional, and national levels are gender responsive. As a representative of GGCA and actively involved in the UNFCCC process, as well as holding a Masters Degree focused on Social Justice, Ms. Beasley strongly advocates and can significantly contribute to discussions that incorporating a gender perspective in all climate change policies and initiatives is critical to solving the climate crisis.||Cara Beasley is a social justice advocate focusing on climate change and gender equality. She received her M.S. in Nonprofit Management from Regis University and shortly thereafter joined the Global Gender and Climate Alliance as a Communications Officer bringing forward her background in Business Information Technology. Recently, Ms. Beasley's skills and contributions were recognized in a promotion as Coordinator of the GGCA Secretariat. Cara engages in the UNFCCC fora, supports GGCA members' activities, all while raising awareness that incorporating a gender perspective in all climate change policies and initiatives is critical to solving the climate crisis.||http://www.linkedin.com/pub/cara-beasley/51/9aa/b8a||Not intending to speak as a panelist during the Summit. You can view GGCA activity examples from our most recent newsletters:|
June 2014: GGCA in Action - http://eepurl.com/X90Pr
May 2014: GGCA in Action - http://goo.gl/e0xFFt
December 2013: GGCA after COP19 - http://eepurl.com/JaWPD
|7/30/2014 19:18:40||ACSIS||Lucien Dossousfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Volcy Gérald||ACSIS||Haitian||Haiti||Male||29||french and creole||Mr Gerald Volcy is an engaged citizen that get involved in several activities related to civil society interest such as protection(GBV), climate change(DRR), Democracy. As ACSIS always receive invitation from UN to join conferences and meetings at UNHQ at New York. This time, ACSIS has decided to join this conference for the first time through its representative, Gerald Volcy, Secretary General to participate this time because he has a great interest in climate change. His interes to attend the conference on climate change is the most appropriate space to share his comprehension on this thematic. He is in charge of training on DRR at ACSIS.||I'm Volcy Gerald, I have 29 years, I have 5 years of marriage, I have a daughter 5 years it will be the third (3) year kind of house I live with my wife, I'm a computer operator, graphic designer, photographer and videograph, I'm Sanhedrin in pious of Croix-des-Missions, the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I'm Secretary General at ACSIS. |
I have been working with Oxfam UK as Community Mobilization on Gender Based Violence to let ACSIS project to have much impact in the community. I am in charge of training of DRR at ACSIS. The trainings is in the benefit of other grassroots that do not have the knowledge on disaster.
|We must be realistic. The consequences of global warming are already visible, catastrophic and tend to increase. Adapt to new climatic conditions proves imperious. |
My commitment will be to encourage people to "protect the environment" to "deprivation" moderate use of washing machines, water heats, cars. also a special attention will be given to youth ecological activists. The method adopted to achieve this is that advocacy with private and public institutions etc..
|7/30/2014 20:16:43||Youth Diplomacy||Amine Abdelmadjidemail@example.com||Yes||Abdelmadjid||Youth Diplomacy||https://www.facebook.com/youthdiplomacy||French/Algerian||France||Male||28||French and english||Besides finishing my Public law Phd at Sorbonne University, and besides being a teacher assitant in Public law at the Paris 12 University, two information that prove specific abilities, I have three experiences, in the international area and especially in the NGO's area and mostly concerning environemental issues, that show that I meet the criteria indicated at the top of this form. The first one was in Rio+20, where I was the head of my delegation, where I wrote an article about the specific problem of the negociations between Northern countries and Southern countries on the green economy issue. The second one was in Rhodes, where I assisted to the Rhodes Youth Forum that is organized once a year to enable young professionnals to discuss about projects that could improve the role of civil society. The third one was in Budapest, where I moderated a panel for the Budapest Water Summit, panel that focused on youth involvment in water issues.||I'm Amine Abdelmadjid, a young Franco-algerian that lives in Paris; 28 year-old. I'm a Public law Phd candidate at the Sorbonne University; my research theme is about the regulation concept applied to the public service of water supply. I try to combine local, national, regional and international approaches to create a new regulation paradigme, that is compulsory given the specificities of the service. I'm a teacher assistant also at the Paris 12 university; I teach constitutionnal law and administrative law. I had the chance to travel some times in the US and so I can say that my english level is not that bad thanks to that and, of course, thanks to the education system here. I have been head of the Youth Diplomacy delegation at the Rio+20 summit, in 2012. This experience was my first one in this matter, and I can easily that it was life changing: I coordinated young people so they can assist to conferences, write about them after on the website, I wrote my first article there also published in a website specifically interested in climate change issues and more generally in the "green" area. Then I have been the Director for international development for Youth Diplomacy for one year. As a Director, I had the chance to give conferences in French universities, and that developed my abilities to speak in public. This experience led me to Budapest where I participated to a panel focused on Youth involvment in water issues. Now I'm a simple volunteer because of academic obligations, but I know that I can bring something interesting to this event.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B72npZdT9pPeclQ1dG42eFd0aTA/edit?usp=sharing||http://www.greenetvert.fr/2012/06/21/serie-en-direct-du-sommet-de-la-terre-rio20/60911|
|7/30/2014 22:38:04||Port of Spain Sister Cities Network||Rea George-Smaithfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||GIA GASPARD TAYLOR||NETWORK OF RURAL WOMEN PRODUCERS TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO||http://www.nrwptt.net||TRINIDADIAN||TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO||FEMALE||64||ENGLISH||Mrs Gaspard Taylor, have been an advocate for Natural Disasters and Climate Change for rural communities, coastal communities and agricultural areas over more than 12 years. having led youth delegations to the Natural Disasters Youth Summit in Japan, Senegal, Taiwan, and Holland, and hosted the Natural Disasters Youth Summit in Trinidad and Tobago in 2008. |
She also joined with Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW) to host a Climate Change Conference in Granada in 2012.
and a advocate for rural women in agriculture who suffer annually from broken bridges, floods, landslides, loss of lives, loss of land not only in Trinidad by the Caribbean.
|Gia Gaspard Taylor is a national of Trinidad and Tobago, who continues to devote herself tirelessly to national service particularly working with young people, women and the disadvantaged.|
She holds a BSc in Social Work from the School of Continuing Studies University of the West Indies; and has had many years of experience in working in both the public and private sector in Trinidad and Tobago, regionally, as well as within the diplomatic corps. Gia’s wealth of experience in the areas of education, entrepreneurship, the advancement of women, opportunities for youth development and climate change, bring to bear fruitfully on the numerous committees and associations on which she serves.Unique about her is the fact that she was born in the rural community of Penal, and grew up in the rural community of Sangre Grande, move into the capital city of Port of Spain married the City Mayor, to become city first lady (or Mayoress) during the years walk among Kings and Queens, Prince and Princesses, Presidents, Governors, Prime Ministers and more but never lost the common touch
She currently serves as
Director: Rural Development Company, Trinidad and Tobago
President of the Network of Rural Women Producers Trinidad and Tobago (NRWPTT)
Vice President: The Federation of UNESCO Clubs Trinidad and Tobago
President: Port of Spain/Atlanta Sister Cities Network and Coordinator
Port of Spain Sister Cities UNESCO Club
Introduced the City Ambassador’s Programme to the City of Port of Spain and Tourism Development Company, adaptation of the Project successfully established in Atlanta, Georgia
National Coordinator of the International Educational and
Resource Network Trinidad and Tobago, (iEARNTnT)
Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Toco Foundation and
Rural Community Radio Toco: (only rural community radio in the country)
Eminent Expert for the United Nations -UNESCO WSIS, World Summit Award since 2008, and over seers the World Summit Youth Award, held by
World Summit Youth Award; Ambassador Abe Fergusson
Friends of the Commonwealth “Women as Change Agents” Award 2011
|She presented in the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women CSW56, oral presentation.|
Organization of American States (OAS) Sustainable Development presented on Climate Change.
Commonwealth Government Women Ministers Meeting 10, in Dakar, Bangladesh on the use of fruits found in the environment to earn a viable income, producing value added products.
|7/31/2014 3:10:54||African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC)||Ibrahim Ceesayemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Hamzat Bala Lawal||African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC)||www.ayicc.net||Nigerian||Nigeria||Male||24||English||Hamzat has effectively engaged over 30,000 members of our network, mostly young people in 42 African countries and contributed towards climate change advocacy in over 40 African countries. He has strengthen their capacity facilitating workshops and community outreach engagements using local knowledge and contents. He was instrumental using social media to inspire the passage of the Climate Change Commission Bill by parliament in Nigeria currently awaiting Presidential ascent. He has represented young people and Civil Societies interest at Local, National, Regional and International level leading discussions during UNFCCC COP meetings with an African perspective on mitigation and adaptation to combat the effects of climatic threats. He is a Fellow of the Global Call for Climate Action's Adopt A Negotiator, helping to break the UN languages used during the COP meetings and adding a human face to the discussions.||Ibrahim Ceesay is a social justice activist, UNESCO Youth Ambassador and independent film‐maker from Gambia. He holds leadership positions with several youth led regional and international organizations and currently serves as the Board Chairman & Executive Coordinator of the African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC), the biggest youth climate movement in Africa and Chair of the African Youth Alliance on Post 2015 (AYAP).|
He was former Chairperson of the African Youth Panel (AYP), advisory body to the Danish Africa Commission. He works full time as Executive Director of the Children and Community Initiative for Development (CAID). Prior to his current position, he worked with the Gambia National Commission for UNESCO as Administrator/Secretary General of the National Federation for UNESCO Clubs and Centres.
He has facilitated and was involved in several youth led processes at the African Union, UN and other International Organizations, as a youth expert. He was nominated in 2012 by Youth Hub Africa an online platform for youth engagement in Africa, as one of the 12 most influential youth leaders in Africa. He is also a campaigner and strong advocate of the African Youth Charter. He is a steering committee member of the Gender is My Agenda Campaign (GIMAC) and Vice-President of The Copyrights and Collecting Society of The Gambia.
|7/31/2014 4:38:50||ministère e l'intérieur,sécurité,décentralisation et affaires coutumières||BANYWESIZE BAHIZIRE WILBRORDfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||BANYWESIZE BAHIZIRE WILBRORD||Ministère de l'intérieur ,sécurité écentralisation et affaires coutumières,||CONGOLAISE||Congo||Male||50||Français||En participant;nous aurons à acquérir les expériences es autres nations en matières de gestion de problèmes liés aux changements climatiques;avoir une connaissance parfaite pour partager avec nos paysans destructeurs de la nature en défrichant les réserves.||Né le 25/09/1964;licencié en pédagogie appliquée;administrateur e territoire;encadreur des paysans pour la participation citoyenne et gestion quotidienne;actuellement chargé es études,analyses et élaboration des projets à la décentralisation.|
Si nous avons 4 invitations nous serions avantageux à savoir:
1.BANYWESIZE BAHIZIRE WILBRORD. 2.KANDOLO ROSE COLETTE. 3.KOBAPILI MOKE NANCY. 4.NZAMBA TE MOPELE JOSE.
|Nous nous engageons à participer à ce séminaire et revenir vulgariser ces connaissances ans notre pays par le 4 pools que nous nous fixerons et évaluer ce processus 6 mois après.|
Comptant sur votre collaboration,nous vous remercions.
|7/31/2014 5:19:32||Slum Women's Initiative for Development||John Paul Adyelemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Joyce Rosemary Nangobi||Slum Women's Initiative for Development||https://sites.google.com/site/swiduganda/||Ugandan||Uganda||Female||55||English||Joyce Rosemary Nangobi is an experienced grassroots woman leader who is a strong advocate for the women but most especially the grass root woman. She has a proven record in leading communities in achieving it goal especially in areas of land and housing, food security, climate change, and disaster resilience. She has been engaged in several international and local conventions concerning climate change, disaster resilience, land and housing and the grass root woman. I strongly believe that her participation in this summit will create a great benefit to the organization and the community we serve.||Joyce Nangobi is a founding member and the Director/Project Manager of SWID. She has a Bachelors Degree in Social Work and Social Administration from Busoga University. Through local to local mechanisms, she is devoted to advocating for women’s rights to access and own land, housing and property, mobilizing and training women, youth and other leaders in areas of disaster and climate change and home based care giving. She has served as the Communication Focal Point Person for Women Land Link Africa (WLLA)-Uganda, the Regional Hub for Africa on matters concerning disasters and climate change. She has been at the forefront of spear heading the campaigning of empowering and enabling grassroots women access and own land titles, very instrumental in plating and protecting the only forest in her community at Masese Co Education primary school and encouraging the community in joining efforts to support the food security campaign in the country. She has participated in the drafting of WLLA 2011-2013 Strategic Plan, attended a number of international meetings like the International Land Coalition Meeting in Malawi (2011), consultative meeting with civil societies and other experts to develop the UNDP Africa Human Development Report in Johannesburg (2011), the UN Governing Council meetings in 2007, 2009 and 2011, World Urban Forum in Rio de Janairo, the 55th and 56th Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New York, and AWID in Istanbul (2012). In addition, Joyce was also part of the Women’s Major Group 3rd Preparatory Committee which organized activities for Rio+20 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.||https://accounts.google.com/ServiceLogin?service=wise&passive=1209600&continue=https%3A%2F%2Fdrive.google.com%2F%3Furp%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2Fforms%2Fd%2F1CAZt7XxW5Z8GtrKEP%23&followup=https%3A%2F%2Fdrive.google.com%2F%3Furp%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2Fforms%2Fd%2F1CAZt7XxW5Z8GtrKEP<mpl=drive&emr=1|
|7/31/2014 8:21:12||APEDD||NGAKOLA CELESTINfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||NGAKOLA CELESTIN||APEDD||NON||CENTRAFRICAINE||Central African Republic||MASCULIN||42||Français|| Le candidat répond au critère énuméré ci-dessus :|
Je suis membre du réseau FEM pour la zone de l’Afrique Centrale, le point focal du REPAR qui est un Réseau des Parlementaires pour la Gestion Durable des Ecosystèmes Forestiers d’Afrique Centrale et Président de la plate forme du Conseil Inter ONG en Centrafrique (CIONGCA) en République Centrafricaine qui est le membre du Réseau des plates formes des ONG de l’Afrique Centrale (REPONGAC).
Ma participation dans ce réseau est d’amener les partenaires Nationaux et Internationaux à contribuer aux enjeux planétaires sur le Changement climatique, la désertification, la préservation de la biodiversité et la lutte contre la pauvreté afin de promouvoir : des méthodes durables de gestion forestière et de reboisement.
Promouvoir une agriculture durable tenant compte des considérations relatives aux changements climatiques pour asseoir les politiques et mesures ayant pour effet de limiter ou de réduire les émissions de gaz à effet de serre.
|De 2013 à 2014: Point focal du REPAR qui est un Réseau des Parlementaires pour une Gestion Durable des Ecosystèmes Forestiers d’Afrique Centrale, Président de la plate forme du Conseil Inter ONG en Centrafrique (CIONGCA) qui est membre du réseau des plates formes des ONG de l’Afrique Centrale (REPONGAC), l’Honorable Conseiller National de Transition et membre du réseau FEM.|
De 2012-2013 :Coordonnateur de l’ONG APEDD, membre du réseau thématique Environnement et le Developpement Durable du CIONGCA.
De 2010-2011: Directeur général de la société Appui aux Initiatives Locales (AIL)
De 2008-2010: Charger de programme/ Géomaticien/gestionnaire de données statistiques du projet CEMAC-REMAP-GTZ
De 2003-2008: Assistant à la Coordination National de l’Agence Internationale pour le Développement des Informations Environnementales (ADIE).
|De 2013 à 2014 : Point focal du REPAR qui est un Réseau des Parlementaires pour une Gestion Durable des Ecosystèmes Forestiers d’Afrique Centrale, Président de la plate forme du Conseil Inter ONG en Centrafrique (CIONGCA) qui est membre du réseau des plates formes des ONG de l’Afrique Centrale (REPONGAC), l’Honorable Conseiller National de Transition et membre du réseau FEM.|
De 2012-2013 : Coordonnateur de l’ONG APEDD, membre du réseau thématique Environnement et le Developpement Durable du CIONGCA.
De 2010-2011 Directeur général de la société Appui aux Initiatives Locales (AIL)
De 2008-2010 Charger de programme/ Géomaticien/gestionnaire de données statistiques du projet CEMAC-REMAP-GTZ
De 2003-2008 Assistant à la Coordination National de l’Agence Internationale pour le Développement des Informations Environnementales (ADIE).
|7/31/2014 8:49:36||International Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges (IAAI)||Miroslav Polzeremail@example.com||No||Miroslav Polzer||International Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges (IAAI)||www.glocha.info||Austria||Austria||male||47||English, German, Slovenian||The nominee is a thought leader in the field of youth engagement and resource mobilization related to UN. In the run-up to Rio+20 conference he was facilitator of Rio+20 Issues Cluster on Innovation and organizer of Rio+20 Global Youth Music Contest. Currently he is involved with a number of private and public partners – in development of "The GloCha post2015 Campaign: Global Challenges Youth Engagement & Resource Mobilization Innovation", an extremely ambitious resource mobilization effort (see link below) which includes also a "Global Challenges Youth Engagement Award" Scheme as a multistakeholder action in support of youth engagement in climate change action in the context of post2015 sustainable development agenda. "Global Challenges Youth Engagement Award" will inspire involvement and mobilization of private actors – and in particular young people - in climate change and could therefore generate positive momentum for and with Climate Summit 2014.||Miroslav Polzer is an entrepreneurial global civil society leader who loves science, innovation and multistakeholder action in support of the United Nations system with a particular focus on youth engagement.|
Being a Carinthian Slovene (Austrian citizen with Slovene mother tongue) he has an ethnic minority background and thus a particular understanding and sesitivity for inter-ethnic and inter-cultural issues.
His educational background spans from telecommunication and electornics, business administration (with a specialization on information science), economics and technical environmental protection. He is member of Academic Council on the UNited Nations System www.acuns.org and founder and secretary general of International Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges (IAAI), an ECOSOC accredited CSO based in Klagenfurt/Austria, since 2007.
In this capacity he was i.a. responsible for implementation of Rio+20 Global Youth Music Contest, facilitator of Rio+20 Issues Cluster on Innovation and organizer of several campaigns and events in support of UN goals and programs.
|https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx6Y_m1IHZsDUHd2R3J1eWFoTTQ/edit?usp=sharing||"The GloCha post2015 Campaign: Global Challenges Youth Engagement & Resource Mobilization Innovation", July 2014, |
|7/31/2014 10:00:22||CENTRE FOR TRANSFORMATION OF THE UNDERPRIVILEGED||EBERE-OKOYE, NGOZIKAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||EBERE-OKOYE, NGOZIKA FLORENCE||CENTRE FOR TRANSFORMATION OF THE UNDERPRIVILEGED||NONE||NIGERIAN||Nigeria||FEMALE||55||ENGLISH, IGBO & FRENCH||Ebere-Okoye, Ngozika Florence is the Executive Director of Centre for Transformation of the Underprivileged, an NGO whose Mission is Africa free from ignorance, poverty and environmental degradation. We promote healthy living and preservation of the environment through advocacy, education and service delivery. We organize workshops to help farmers adapt to climate change and increase agricultural productivity. Presently, she is undertaking a project titled: "Promoting Fish Farm Production for Biodiversity Preservation in Itu Community in Imo State, Nigeria". She intends to scale up this project to other rural communities along the coastal regions of the country where the effect of climate change has grossly affected the livelihood of the rural people, leading to extreme poverty. She organizes Skills Acquisition and Economic Empowerment programs to mitigate the impact of climate change on rural community people.||Mrs Ngozika Florence Ebere-Okoye is the Executive Director of Centre for Transformation of the Underprivileged. She has a Masters degree in Educational Planning and Administration from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. She attended many training and workshops locally and internationally where her capacity as an agent of change in the Development circle was built. Some of her International Trainers include International Training Centre of ILO, Italy; MDF Training & Consultancy, Ede, the Netherlands. |
Currently, she is assidously undertaking a project titled: " Promoting Fish Farm Production for Biodiversity Preservation in Itu Community in Imo State, Nigeria". She plans to carry out this same project to other rural communities along coastal region where climate change has affected their aquatic diversity. She organizes Skills Acquisition & Economic Empowerment programs, particularly for indigent widows to mitigate the impact of climate change. She mobilizes unemployed youths and engage them in farming to reduce social ills, and create jobs for them.
She is a widow with three children. She is 55 years old.
|I am not applying as a speaker or a panelist at the Event. This Section according to the Instruction is for speaking engagement.|
|7/31/2014 11:01:02||LEAD Tunisia||Mustapha Chouikhaemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Mustapha Chouikha||LEAD Tunisia||www.lead.org||Tunisian||Tunisia||male||46||English, French||Mustapha Chouikha has been involved in the International Arena since the early 90's. AS UNCED Youth Ambassador for Africa and Europe he has been working as a capacity builder for several youth groups on Environment and Development. He stayed committed to sustainability working for several NGO's on different development topics and sitting from 1995 to 2000 on The UNCSD NGO Steering Committee.|
It is in 2006 after his graduation as a LEAD fellow that he specialized on climate change issues and participated to various International activities and projects in the field.
|Mustapha Chouikha has graduated in 1993 from the Carthage HEC Business school and obtained in 1998 a Master in Rural Development from the Agronomic Mediterranean Institute of Montpellier. He has been involved very young in civil society subjects as youth representative. In 1991 he was appointed by the Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development as Youth Ambassador for Africa and Europe. He participated at the Earth Summit with a Summit Level Pass. He represented Youth Ending Hunger at several networks and activities among them the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development as Member of the NGO Steering Committee from 1995 to 2000. He was subsequently appointed as Country director of Hunger Free World a Japanese NGO and elected as Chairman of its United Nations Contacting Team. He represented HFW at the United Nations Conference on Finance for Development prepcoms and attended the Monterrey Summit in 2002. In 2003, he was selected as LEAD associate, followed the two years training and graduated in 2005 as LEAD fellow. He has been elected as Chairman of LEAD Tunisia in 2005 and 2008. His main areas of interests are: Rural Development, Climate Change, Food Security and Youth Empowerment.||https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B2nQlLVdrdxyUE5hSmNzbjN5VEU/edit||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vsKFMfowWik91hvCXeaIsuUTm_-YOGIFXmH5b0c3ZrA/edit|
|7/31/2014 12:23:03||IDEAS For Us, Inc.||Chris Castro||Chris.Castro@ideasforus.org||Yes||Mahugnon Serge Djohy||IDEAS For Us, Inc.||http://www.ideasforus.org/||Benin||Cape Verde||Male||25||English; French; Portuguese||He is Cape Verde Country Director for IDEAS For Us, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, accredited by the United Nations, advancing sustainability and environmental awareness through campus and community action. The mission of IDEAS is to educate, engage and empower people of all ages with sustainable solutions through research, action and awareness. The IDEAS Movement will advance sustainability across communities and educational institutions throughout the world by providing people of all ages with the opportunity to address the issues they find most pressing.||Mr. Serge Djohy has four years experience in climate change policy and sustainable development in Africa. He is Holder of a two Master degree in “International Economics and Finance" at the University of Parakou in Benin and a Master Research in "Environmental Management and International Relations" in the University Jean Piaget of Praia in Cape Verde. Young Expert and Consultant in Climate Change and Sustainable Development, he has previously worked from 2012 to 2013 as a Research-Fellow of the African Climate Change Fellowship Program, based in Dar Es Salaam (Tanzania), and leading successfully the project: "Climate Change and Meningitis in Northern Benin". By this project, he works with the local communities of the Northern Benin for the Community Based Adaptation (CBA) to Climate Change in Western Africa. Co-founder of the Non-Government Organization "Better Life NGO", he worked from 2010 to 2013 to raise awareness|
solutions for adaptation to climate change. He also worked from October 2010 to October 2013, as a Research Assistant in the Laboratory of Regional Analysis and Social Expertise, regional branch of Parakou. Presently, He is Focal Point and Country Director of “IDEAS For Us” in Cape Verde. He assists in facilitating the environmental movement throughout Cape Verde by helping to educate, engage, and empower others in the sustainability movement. Trough your diverse experiential learning activities, focusing on the 5 Pillars of Sustainability (Energy, Water, Food, Waste and Ecology), and the triple bottom line (Social, Economic and Environmental), he work to mobilize students and community members around the country in awareness initiatives and action projects which promote sustainability. He is Consultant of West Africa Institute for the Sustainable Regional Integration of Africa. In the post-2015 agenda process of the development, he participates in various consultations at regional and international level to represented youth of French speaking countries.
|7/31/2014 12:38:44||Sindh Community Foundation||Javed Hussainfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Javed Hussain||Sindh Community Foundation||www.scfngo.org||Pakistani||Pakistan||Male||36||English , Sindhi, Urdu||Mr. Javed Hussain is the development practitioner have 14years experience in development sector dealing projects of environment justice, climate change, DRR, human rights water and sanitation and community development. He is currently he is managing project Climate change and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights project . The project supported by ARROW and is being implemented in Pakistan. The proposed summit is very closely link with the work of organization and currency research and advocacy project. The learning of the summit will help out to share the community voices and experience at international forums. The learning will help out organization to design and implement new projects on climate change; the organization will have extended networking with others organizations and even with new donors to work on new programs on climate change.||Mr. Javed Hussain born on 1st March 1978, in small town Hala Old of Sindh province of Pakistan. He did his master degree in sociology and doing M Phil in development studies. He has been engaged with different local, provincial and national organizations on various development projects. He has 14 years experience in development sector and worked on various positions. He has been engaged in research, advocacy and program delivery projects on Climate change, DRR, community development, Human rights, water and sanitation and youth development in Pakistan . He has attended international and national trainings on various key themes including DRR, human rights, peace and environment. He has written and manged research and advocacy projects. He has written articles on socio- economic and environmental issues of Pakistan. He is founder of Sindh Community Foundation , an NGO working for sustainable development and he is working as Executive Director.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/o58ai16fo86ndy1/CV%20Javed%20Hussain.docx||https://www.dropbox.com/s/ntnaj3z45grqpv0/Javed_Hussain_Writing.docx|
|7/31/2014 12:47:29||IAAI||maxwell Adewemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||maxwell Adew||IAAI||www.glocha.info||Ghanaian||Ghana||male||30||English||With 7 years of experience as a social entrepreneur and youth activist. He has been a well-known speaker at several world class events such as the Cable and wireless Childnet Awards ceremony at the Science Museum 2003, World Summit on Information Society in Geneva 2003, The Hague International Model United Nations conference Netherlands 2004, International Corporation days hosted by CIDA in Ottawa 2004, he is experience in Climate issue and has participated as a youth delegate to numerous among other which include the Rio+20 conference in Rio de Janeiro op 17 in Durban, cop 18 in Doha and cop 19 in Warsaw Poland||Maxwell Adew born on 22nd October 1983 with 9 years of experience as a social entrepreneur and youth activist. He has been a well-known speaker at several world class events such as the Cable and wireless Childnet Awards ceremony at the Science Museum 2003, World Summit on Information Society in Geneva 2003, The Hague International Model United Nations conference Netherlands 2004, International Corporation days hosted by CIDA in Ottawa 2004, Building a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World in Washington DC, 2005, African Now Untold Stories Conference 2005, The 1st World Ethics Forum for leadership and Integrity at Keble College, Oxford University England 2006, and the Lecture series Children of the Crossfire, Kenyon College Ohio 2007. He is experienced in the non-profit sector, youth and children in wars as well as the issue of child soldiers. He has helped extensively in national and international research for ICT's for human rights of children used in armed conflict. Information communication Technology, Development and innovation, entrepreneuralship, reading and creative writing. Maxwell is a true trailblazer. It’s not just that he is “moldbreaking.” What’s most important is that he is a powerful model for other young African leaders. Maxwell is a youth Partner to United Nations Alliance of Civilization, Member of United State Institute of Peace, and presently the Secretary General of Africa Rise international. He study computer science at the University of Gothenburg and completed an online course organized by Educational Educa USA and City University New York and, Human Rights Education Associates HREA and supervised by Frank Elbers PhD. Cambridge University Massachusetts||https://drive.google.com/#my-drive||www.maxwelladeoy.moonfruit.com|
TIGed Educator http://nusrathighsc.tiged.org/
|8/1/2014 4:36:48||GEADIRR||Chuo Chu Marvisfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Chuo Chu Marvis||GEADIRR||http://geadirr.blogspot.nl/||Cameroonian||Cameroon||Female||26||English||Chu Marvis is a young lady who has been very instrumental in fostering frontline advocacy for DRR in the city of Limbe southwest region of Cameroon. She has been working with the municipal counselors to chart the way with the state and situation of flood and Landslide within the city that has devastated the population over the past decades. She has been part of a team of GEADIRR working on an activity carried out by the Global Network for DRR (GNDR) on Action Reflection and Learning. Working with community members to address everyday disaster through a Vulnerability and capacity assessment approach and jointly developing possible action plans.||Marvis was born in September 1988 and went through primary and secondary studies in Limbe. I am the program officer for GEADIRR and a scholar in education at the University of Buea, Cameroon. Buea is located just 8km away from Limbe. I have developed advocacy skills through my activities at GEADDIRR and other practical work carried out with trying to let the voices of the less privilege in our local community be heard. Inequality is playing an untold impact on the lives of the local community that need to be address and stamped out from our society.||to send|
|8/1/2014 6:06:59||Isiziba Community Based Organizations of South Africa||Norman Mapelaemail@example.com||Yes||Norman Mlindeli Mapela||Isiziba Community Based Organizations of South Africa||N/A||South African||South Africa||Male||58||English||Isiziba strives for the advancement of human rights for the promotion of community based projects, self-help, empowerment, capacity building, skills development and anti-poverty, enables communities involvement in their own development through the application of legal framework for communities SMMEs working in partnership with the Municipal Infrastructure Grant Project Management Unit for participation on new market of South Renewable Energy projects. Isiziba’s resources in South Africa are limited, and that though the organization meets the Auditor-General Constitutional requirements for eligibility of revenue funding, the government is not funding supportive. Isiziba approaches local university for legal representation to test the legal framework for SMMEs participation in government Renewable Energy.||The “local community” is frustrated with the blind refusal of Municipal neglect of legislation for the “Local community” to work in partnership on Municipal Infrastructure Grant Project Management Unit, whilst our resources are limited, though it qualifies for the Auditor-General eligibility for revenue funding, and due to Isiziba lack of funding approaches university for legal representation assistance to test the legal framework for SMMEs participation in government Renewable Energy, and further requests financial intervention to legally enforce the legal framework of enabling SMMEs to participate on REI4P.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B84hdGHrrGvgdEhxTjdzbmtfS28/edit?usp=sharing||Mr Gandhi teaches that, “ends accomplished through unprincipled means destroy us. The Standard Bank Group provides BEE Fund Structure, has underwritten R16 Billion debt for South Africa renewable energy programme, in partnership with EIB for sustainable development. We facilitation the participation of SMMEs in the RE value chain that focuses in private sector and communities. Isiziba facilitates BEE fund ED, SED budget for the SMMEs participation on REI4P,|
|8/1/2014 6:17:34||Creative Spirit Welfare Organization||Changez Khan Khalilfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||CHangez Khan Khalil||Creative Spirit Welfare Organization||www.cswo.org.pk||Pakistani||Pakistan||Male||41||English,Urdu||Changez Khan Khalil is very talented man in Creative Spirit Welfare Organization,he is working since 2003 in the social sector.|
He is Graduate person & very experience in the climate Change sector,
|CHANGEZ KHAN KHALIL |
I want to be a part of a dynamic organization where I can contribute to the growth of the organization with my experience and be a useful part of the organization, to work in an active and ethnically diverse environment, on a challenging position that would enable me to apply my skills for the betterment of the organization and society and gain further valuable practical experience
My previous working experience includes social Mobilization/Organization, Oversee Creative Spirit Welfare Organization Operation and programs, Implementation of the projects, for arrangement of the blood collection camps, Developing linkages with National & International NGO’S and government line agencies, Facilitate workshops seminars and conferences, Support administrative, Logistic and Fiscal Management of the office, Seeking Funding and logistic sources, Registration of Anemic persons especially Thalassamia patients , Raising Awareness against Thalassamia Hepatitis “B” “C”, HIV/AIDS at community level , Submission of monthly progress report.
|8/1/2014 6:46:19||Islamic Relief Worldwide, Anglican Alliance, Bangladesh Islamic Relief||Atallah Fitzgibbon, Muhtari Aminu-Kano, Syed Shahnawaz Ali, Rachel Carnegieemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Helen Stawski||Islamic Relief Worldwide||www.islamic-relief.org/||British||United Kingdom||female||33||English||https://www.dropbox.com/s/4p3tounfh0out0i/Helen%20Stawski_Rationale%20for%20nomination.docx||Helen Stawski is the Senior Policy Advisor on Post 2015, leading Islamic Relief’s advocacy at the United Nations to influence the new Sustainable Development Goals that will replace the Millennium Development Goals after 2015. She holds two MA degrees; one in International Development from Sussex University and one in Christian Spirituality from Heythrop College, University College London. Helen is also on the Steering Group of a global interfaith research initiative called the Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities, which seeks to generate new research into the impact of local religious communities on community health, resilience and wellbeing. |
Helen started her career working with community based organisations in South Sudan, supporting their peace-building advocacy and development activities in health and education. Before coming to Islamic Relief Helen worked for the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams; advising on policy, conducting research, facilitating inter-faith dialogue and building programme and advocacy capacity with national faith leaders in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Helen has worked with both Christian and Muslim leaders to support their development of theologically grounded climate change resources, in order to engage religious communities in climate justice and promote good stewardship of the environment. She was also a senior consultant for the UN High Commission for Refugees High Level Dialogue with Religious Leaders in 2012.
|8/1/2014 11:11:13||Intituto Tecnológico Ambiental do Paraná||Acef Saidfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Acef Antônio Said||Intituto Tecnológico Ambiental do Paraná||http://www.itapar.org.br/||Brazilian||Brazil||Male||53||Portuguese||The candidate has a master's degree in environmental resource management and is extremely capable in the subject. He graduated in economics with a minor in sociology, politics, administration and also graduated in social studies. Defended in his dissertation and master's and continues to defend when submitting his doctoral thesis that there can be economic growth and development with sustainability and harmony with the environment.He has won several awards for recognition in the environmental field for his vast knowledge and his ideology of work.||The candidate has a master's degree in environmental resource management and is extremely capable on the subject, participating in numerous lectures on the climate theme. His specialty is that of carbon credits (CDM) projects, being one of the greatest experts on the subject in Brazil. He graduated in economics with a minor in sociology, politics, and administration and also graduated in social studies, becoming teacher and the chair of political science and lecturer on issues of environmental conservation and the search for alternative clean energy science. Defended in his dissertation and master's and continues to defend when submitting his doctoral thesis that there can be economic growth and development with sustainability and harmony with the environment. It is the coordinator of one of the boldest projects involving a different continent, Africa, which has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the world. He is developing a project with the Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Angola in the training of people in this country (MA and PhD. in environmental management). He has won several awards for recognition in the environmental area by his vast competence and work ideology, that is, completely voluntary towards the environment. Has immediate availability to be in New York and his visa is current.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8QtAmO6bd3aLTA2Rkk1SEt5Nmc/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/1/2014 11:59:34||Mbororo Social and Cultural Development Organization (MBOSCUDA)||Musa Usman Ndambaemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Joro HAMIDOU IBRAHIM||Mbororo Social and Cultural Development Association (MBOSCUDA)||www.mboscuda.org||Cameroonian||Cameroon||Male||36||English||He is a young dynamic person and has served us in conferences in Europe, Africa and Asia and has a track record of success in the field of climate change. He has carried research on climate change NW region tittled "Agro-silvo pastoral development project, supporting indigenous Mbororo pastoralists adapts to climate change, mitigate climate change and buffer the influence of climate change in the NW Region of Cameroon" funded by ALCOA Foundation-USA (www.alcoafoundation/fellows 2009). He has represented us in UN workshops in Geneva where in presented papers. He has also drafted and submitted a joint shadow report on behalf of three organizations prior to the UN universal periodic review for Cameroon in 2012. He holds Bsc. in Geography and Education and attestations in climate change and advocacy. He is fluent in English and French.|
I do not have any reservation in nominating him.
|MBOSCUDA is a non profit socio-cultural association founded in 1992. The vision is to empower the Mbororo pastoralist to achieve a sustainable and equitable development on their terms and to secure their human, social, cultural and economic rights as valued active citizens of Cameroon. OBJECTIVES:|
- To promote the economic, social, and cultural development of the Mbororo pastoralist with a view to improve their standard of living; to promote the education standard of the Mbororo youths
- To improve upon the agro-pastoral practices, ensure maximum protection of the environment and a better management of grazing lands and the environment.
DOMAIN OF INTERVENTION: The complex socio-economic and political problems faced by the Mbororo pastoralist require a complex multi-facet approach to handle these problems.
Women Empowerment Program
- Identification of groups and registering them into Common Initiatives Groups
- Training on leadership and group dynamics and Gender issues
- Provision of micro credit to women groups/needy individuals as well as training them on business management
- Liaising groups with other developmental agencies
- Institution of functional Adult Literacy classes to women groups
- Provision of sponsorship to youths in primary, secondary and universities
- Provision of didactic materials to primary schools
- Construction of schools in enclave communities where schools are not available
Access to Justice program
- Provision of legal representation in Law courts for victims of Human Rights Violations, services of a Law Firm provided.
- Provision of functional Community Legal Advice and Assistance Bureau in the 7 Divisions of the North West Region (Paralegal offices) to monitor human rights situations and provide advice and assistance to victims.
- protection and management of water catchments and also the improvement of green vegetation through pasture improvement and tree planting
- Provision of trainings on land tenure, amicable resolution of farmer/grazer conflicts
- Sensitization of pastoralist on the adverse effects of climate change and promotion of tradition knowledge in mitigating climate change,
- MBOSCUDA carries out institutional capacity building for its staff and it grass root members. This component also acts an overseer of all MBOSCUDA activities.
|8/1/2014 14:57:47||Pakistan Community Peace Foundation||Salamat Bhattifirstname.lastname@example.org||No||salamat Masih Bhatti||Pakistan Community Peace Foundation||www.pcpfi.org||Pakistan||Pakistan||Male||41||English||no||no||no|
|8/1/2014 20:33:45||Ministerio del Ambiente(INAMEH)/ UNEFA||ALICIA HERNANDEZemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||ALICIA HERNANDEZ||UNEFA /MINISTERIO DEL AMBIENTE||VENEZOLANA||Venezuela||FEMENINO||58||ESPAÑOL||PROFESIONAL DE GRAN EXPERIENCIA EN EL ÁREA DE GESTIÓN DE RIESGOS Y TRABAJA ACTUALMENTE EN EL MINISTERIO DEL AMBIENTE DE VENEZUELA EN EL INSTITUTO DE HIDROLÓGICA Y METEOROLOGÍA . ACTUALMENTE CURSANDO ESTUDIO DE PHD EN GERENCIA AMBIENTAL DE LA UNEFA ( UNIVERSIDAD DE LAS FUERZAS ARMADAS DE VENEZUELA) Y PARTICIPANDO EN LA CREANDO LINEA DE INVESTIGACIÓN DE CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO EN LA UNEFA .||1. Apellidos: HERNÁNDEZ TELLERIA |
2. Nombre: ALICIA COROMOTO
3. DireccióN: Urbanización Urdaneta- Vereda 2 Casa N° 7 – Catia /CARACAS
4. CI: 4.849.770
5. Teléfono: 0412 6054954 - 0212-870-73-02
6. Correo electrónico: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
7. Nacionalidad: Venezolana
8. Estado civil: Soltera
9. Ciudad de nacimiento : Cabimas estado Zulia /Venezuela
13 -Función actual: Especialista III INAMEH Y Consultor Independiente.
14-Años de experiencia profesional: 25 AÑOS de experiencia Profesional.
15-Líneas de especialización e investigación.
• Investigación aplicada a la Gestión Integral de Riesgos Urbanos en Venezuela.
• Planificador Urbano- Regional y del desarrollo sustentable .
• Planes Estratégicos de desarrollo (diseño de políticas y estrategias de intervención).
• Creación de sistemas de monitoreo; identificación y formulación de proyectos y programas; así como de planificación y puesta en marcha, monitoreo y evaluación.
• Gerencia y supervisor de Proyectos Multilaterales e Internacionales.
• Gestión Ambiental e Inspectoría Ambiental.
• Ordenación del Territorio y Planes de manejo de áreas bajo régimen de administración especial y de Cuencas
• Cooperación Técnica Nacional e Internacional.
• Profesional Dedicado Al Estudio Del Cambio Climático en el
Doctorado y En INAMEH ( actual).
Profesional con mucho interés por mas de 20 años por los problemas del medio ambiente a nivel nacional y local .
|8/2/2014 3:37:25||Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai Welfare Society||Danish Channafirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Danish Channa||Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai Welfare Society||www.salbwspk.org||Pakistani||Pakistan||Male||45||English / Urdu / Sindhi/ Siraiqi||There is a high incidence of HIV within injecting drug users in the Sindh province. Majority is street based and they don`t have access to treatment until or unless they are drug-free||The strategy resulted to reduce relapse rate within the community, because SALBWS with the collaboration of concerned NGOs facilitate families to create enabling environment. SALBWS has started to link those IDU PLHIVs to the treatment centers because of their responsible behavior while the families and the NGOs also take responsibility to sustain their responsible behavior with their support.||Access to treatment has been made possible through collective efforts by all the stakeholders. This strategy is also helpful to reduce incidence of HIV and AIDS|
|8/2/2014 5:32:58||ONG ULANGA-Ngazidja||Hachime ABDEREMANEemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||DJAMAL-DINE SAID||ONG ULANGA-Ngazidja||http://facebook.com/ulanga.wangazidja||comorienne||Comores||homme||26||français||Monsieur DJAMAL-DINE SAID a une expérience avérée sur les questions de plaidoyer portant aux changements climatique et des capacités dans la mise en oeuvre des programmes axés aux communautés vulnérables face aux changements climatiques. C'est un membre actif de l'ONG-ULANGA très impliqué au niveau des communautés locales et plus particulièrement au niveau des jeunes dans un milieu insulaire. Sa participation à un tel événement lui permettrait d'appréhender les questions traités dans un contexte plus global.||Né le 14 mars 1988 au Comores, a obtenu une licence 3 en science de la vie à l'Université des Comores. Enseignant de sciences naturelles à l'école avenir d'Itsandra,|
A suivi une formation sur l'adaptation aux changements climatiques organisé à Lomé du 18 au 22 mars 2013 par le groupe d'experts des pays les moins avancés francophones. Il a aussi assisté à plusieurs assises sur les questions d'adaptation et d'atténuation organisées sous l'égide du ministère de l'Environnement et de la Commission de l'Océan Indien.
Il a joué un rôle animateur de plusieurs ateliers relatif aux changements climatiques.
|8/2/2014 5:56:34||GROUPE D'ACTION AUX NECESSITEUX (GAN)||MUBUTO MASASA ALFREDfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||MAKE-KYANZILA JEREMIE||GAN||CONGOLESE||Congo||MALE||35||FRENCH, ENGLISH,SWAHILI||Our organization works in the climate issue and this one is the key member of our organization. is founder member of this organization from 2006 till now, he began as a project manager in the organization and now is the coordinator of this organization.Please is the one who makes the organization to move ahead in the climate change.||The nominee is the one who lives in The Africa continent,Country:Democratic Republic of Congo, City:Goma, Province:North Kivu, Eastern The country where is based. He is married with one wife, father of 3 children.||If you select me I provide to follow all your instructions of the organization.|
|8/2/2014 9:55:32||Rural Empowerment and Institutional Development REPID||shah Jehanemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Shah Jehan||Rural Empowerment and Institutional Development REPID||www.repid.org.pk||Pakistani||Pakistan||Male||27||English||I am leading a humanitarian Organization REPID working for the most deserving communities of Pakistan especially in FATA and KP to build their capacity through networking, linkages, seminars, conferences, training's, mobilization and to aware them from the legislative policies and procedures and give them right to Information with the support of UN agencies and International Donors.|
The main objective of our organization is Advocacy, Community based solution for climate change mitigation, Environmental protection, child protection, women empowerment; health and covering the gap on need based through Education, developmental activities and raised the voice for Violence against women from grassroots level to the Parliament.
I am the member of FATA Reforms and speaker from FATA to the Parliament have sound experience of presenting climate change issues in different national and international forums.
|Chief Executive Officer, Rural Empowerment and Institutional Development REPID, Project Completed Under Donor: UNOCHA, UNHCR, Gov of Pakistan, Gov of Japan, FATA CBP, NATPOW, PIHRO, IRC.|
• Improvement Education Initiatives: In collaboration with UNOCHA we are providing education facilities to the internally displaced person of FATA and also raised fund from sources for the sustainability of the project in this project so far we have been enrolled 9000 children’s for Education and form a network of 1000 Youth from the rural areas.
• Project PANAHGA (UNHCR,s).
• Provision of Community Services for the IDPs of New Durrani Camp(UNHCR)
• Sight Developments (UNHCR).
• Transitional Shelters for Flood Affected Families (UNHCR).
• Establishment of Community Based Organizations (USAID).
• The Skilled Youth Program (NATPOW)
• LHVs Empowerment through Computer Literacy (Ministry of Health)
• Poverty Alleviation and IT Awareness ( PIHRO)
• Non-Formal Education (Ministry of Education)
• Community Led-Total Sanitation (USAID)
• Youth Entrepreneurship
• Environmental Protection
• Overall management of the projects/programs
• Strategic planning for the organization
• Management, implementation and coordination of projects
• Streamlining different project operational guidelines
• Regular field visit to conduct regular participatory monitoring of the project activities, analysis progress and draw conclusions for improvement.
• Coach and facilitate staff in drafting and finalization of quarterly reports.
• Identify and implement new opportunities for NGO strengthening
• Liaison with different donors and other stakeholders on regular basis
• Meetings and reviews with BoD on regular basis for improvement
• Coordination’s meetings with Government departments.
|8/3/2014 3:12:57||Social And Human Development Consultative Group||al-Haj Hamad M.K Haj Hamadfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||ELHAGHAMED MOHAMED KHEIR HAGHAMED||Social And Human Development Consultative Group||www.sahdcg.org||Sudanese||Sudan||Male||64||Arabic- English||Attended Rio+20 as representative of CSOs in the national delegation.|
Member, rep CSOs in the national climate change UNFCCC and attended June SBSTA and SBI round negotiation in Nairobi.
Represented Sudanese CSOs in the Arab countries water strategy review by CSOs in Amman – Jordon 2013
Now project coordinator for climate change enduced displacement adaptation in two states in Sudan.
Ph.D in historical demography 1981
Ex. Secretary General National Population Committee and coordinator for the desk on population and environment.
|* Executive Director, Social And Human Development Consultative Group (SAHDCG) , 1995|
* Project Director, 1991-95, Development Of National Population Policy. National Population Committee
* Project director, 1989-91 rural women development- UNFPA sponsored project.
* Secretary General,(Professor Of Research) 1989-95, National Population Committee.
* Programme Coordinator,(Senior Research Fellow), 1987-89, National Population Committee.
* Senior Lecturer , (1985-87), Department Of History, Addis Ababa University.
* Publications Officer, 1985, Development Studies And Research Center (DSRC), Faculty Of Economics, University Of Khartoum.
* Associate Professor, 1979-84, Department Of History, University Of Khartoum .
* Research Assistant, 1976-78, Department Of History, University Of Khartoum
* Assistant Personnel Officer, 1975 – April 1976, Personnel Establishment, Ministry Of Public Service.
|8/3/2014 16:59:47||Uganda Environmental Education Foundation (UEEF)||Margaret Balikagalaemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Senyonjo Nicholas||Uganda Coalition for Sustaianable Development (UCSD)||www.ugandacoalition.or.ug||Ugandan||Uganda||Male||45||English,Luganda||The candidate meets the criteria because he as been an active member effective advocacy and community based climate change mitigation and climate change. He has participated and led advocacy campaings in Uganda among which is the Save Mabira crusade. This was mainly targeting Government of Uganda, when they wanted degazzete this forests for sugarcane growing being invested by the metha Group. He stood firmly with CSO and let a crusade of demostrators against Mabira Forest Reserve and Government abondened the give away. He as also carried our Community level projects on climate change adaption and mitigations. The documentaries for these community climate change are available.||Senyonjo Nicholas was born in 1967 and has 15 years of Professional experience in Environmental advocacy, Social and Community Development in Uganda working directly with National and local policy Makers, National and International NGOS, Community Organizations, Small Scale farmers, Institutions of learning, business community and grassroots Communities. This has enabled him to identify and analysis the Challenges of Environmental Education and Policy Development and how to overcome them. Nicholas is also the founder and Director of National NGO called Uganda Environmental Education Foundation which focuses on Environment Education and advocacy, Sustainable Agriculture and renewable Energy, Water and sanitation and rural development programs. He has been elected on many International and national NGO Boards as a Board member but also Chair of the Board of Directors in Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development (UCSD), Participatory Ecological Land Use Management (PELUM a Regional Network in 15 African Countries) ,Uganda Land Alliance(ULA),Climate Action Network, Uganda National NGO Forum and Uganda Water and Sanitation Network(UWASNET),Global Environment Facility(GEF),International Union of Forest Research Organization(IUFRO)and International Pest Network(IPEN).Nicholas having chaired many of those NGOs and Networks has had an Opportunity to Collaborate with Government Agencies, Development Partners and Private Sector, therefore has a wider experience working with Government and Development partners. He has participated in United nations negotiations including Rio+10 and subsequent meetings. He is Skilled in Leadership and management, Resource Mobilization, Human resource management, Community participatory, Interpersonal Skills, Conflict and Counseling and monitoring and project evaluations. Nicholas holds a bachelor’s Degree in Social work and Social Development, a Higher Diploma in Environmental Science, a Diploma in leadership management and various professional certificates.||www.ugandacoalition.or.ug, www.easuswatch.org|
|8/4/2014 0:23:47||Behram khan||javid firstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Behram khan||SYWO-Pk||nil||pkistani||Pakistan||male||30||english||the naminee is very hord social worker in the area .they work aganist the pandamintlast element in the area to promote the peace around the world.||the naminee is MA socialoge and got different traning inthe field of NGO||https://behram.google.com||see our ngo|
|8/4/2014 1:38:29||Servicio y Desarrollo Integral SEDERIAC AC||Carlos Moises Alonso Vazquezemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Carlos Moisés Alonso Vázquez||Servicio y Desarrollo Integral SEDERIAC AC||Mexicano||México||Masculino||45||english||Carlos Alonso es Biólogo, cuenta con veinte años de experiencia en trabajo con organizaciones. Como socio fundador (2010) de Servicio y Desarrollo Integral SEDERIAC AC, está plenamente autorizado por nuestra organización para representarla en cualquier foro, reunión y/o evento, nacional e internacional. Ha desarrollado diversos proyectos de aprovechamiento y conservación de recursos naturales y socioculturales, en diferentes regiones indígenas de México. En SEDERIAC tiene a su cargo la planeación para la gestión, elaboración y ejecución de diversos proyectos de Desarrollo Sustentable íntimamente relacionados con el Cambio Climático como: Diagnósticos Ambientales y Socioculturales, Agricultura Ecológica, Ecoturismo, así como procesos organizativos para la producción de especies de plantas y animales nativas. Además está dispuesto a viajar cuando sea necesario o a presentarse en la sede de la ONU en Nueva York el 23 de septiembre a 8:30am y cuenta con Visa recientemente renovada.||Carlos Alonso: Nacido en la Ciudad de México el 25 de noviembre de 1968, cuenta con 20 años de experiencia en campo desarrollando e impulsando procesos de Desarrollo Rural Sustentable, procesos organizativos de producción agropecuaria ecológica, así como de investigación, principalmente en el área de la Etnobotánica, Restauración Ecológica y Agrobiología. Planes de Desarrollo Local y Regional con enfoque Sustentable. Algunos de los ejemplos de este trabajo que ha realizado son: el Centro Ecoturístico “Collares Verdes”, en Coxcatlán, en la Reserva de la Biosfera de Tehuacán, Puebla y El Centro Ecoturístico Kakiwin Tutunaku (Monte de Tres Corazones), en la región de Huehuetla, Sierra Norte de Puebla. Asesor permanente desde 1998, a la fecha, del Instituto Internacional para la Cooperación entre los Pueblos, así como de la red Siglo XXIII y de la Red de Cooperación Sur-Sur, en El Salvador Centroamérica, en donde se han desarrollado diversos proyectos como la creación de la Casa Ecológica en Nahuizalco, diversos eventos con jóvenes para el rescate del conocimiento tradicional de los pueblos indígenas, el intercambio entre campesinos de México y Centroamerica de técnicas ecológicas para la producción sustentable. Así como también contribuyó a la creación del “MUSEO AJA”, de culturas populares no solo de El Salvador, sino de diferentes partes del mundo. De 2010 a la fecha es socio fundador de Servicio y Desarrollo Integral SEDERIAC AC; desarrollando diferentes procesos organizativos con productores de la región de Colima. Tiene a su cargo la planeación para la gestión, elaboración y ejecución de diversos proyectos de Desarrollo Sustentable íntimamente relacionados con el Cambio Climático como: Diagnósticos Ambientales y Socioculturales, Agricultura Ecológica, Ecoturismo, así como procesos organizativos para la producción de especies de plantas y animales nativas.||http://www.minube.com.mx/rincon/collares-verdes-en-coxcatlanpueblamexico-a35245 ; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9j860pVWpw; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-b90yzYZ2s http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFr0kdw9Oy0 https://es-es.facebook.com/pages/Centro-Ecotur%C3%ADstico-Kakiwin-Tutunaku/417000948367705 http://kakiwintutunaku.tripod.com/ ; http://www.museoaja.org http://es-es.facebook.com/pages/Museo-AJA/458009504268967|
|8/4/2014 5:49:38||Miriam College||Pacita D. Fortin, Chair, Department of Social Workfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Merlie B. Mendoza||Department of Social Work, College of International, Humanitarian and Development Studies, Miriam College||http://www.mc.edu.ph/AcademicPrograms/HigherEducation/CollegeofIntlHumanitarianandDevtStudies.aspx||Filipino||Philippines||Female||50||English and Pilipino||I am pleased to nominate Merlie Mendoza either as a panellist or participant. As a humanitarian practitioner, and peace and development worker, she brings valuable inputs to Miriam College’s Social Work program. She has successfully organized our annual executive humanitarian course on linking global and local humanitarian systems for the past four years.|
Merlie’s 25 years’ wealth of experience – from government to non-government, and the grassroots – makes her a favorite resource speaker. Her competence as a public speaker springs from her passion and dedication as a humanitarian and development worker.
She continues to extend voluntary technical assistance in/for communities and organizations. She was in Haiyan-affected areas for four months working closely with frontline religious congregations and parishes. She strongly values participatory processes believing that community presence and facilitation are critical gaps in building the peoples’ knowledge base and organization.
|Merlie has ten years experience (1989–1998) as a peace and development worker at the Office of the President’s peace agency. As Executive Coordinator of Tabang Mindanaw (Help Mindanao) in the next nine years, she coordinated the efforts of this multi-sectoral coalition of business foundations, church-based social action networks and civil society groups for peace and human security programs for the marginalized sectors in Mindanao including the indigenous peoples and Muslim communities caught in situations of chronic conflict. Since 2007, Merlie continues to be an independent humanitarian, peace advocate, and development worker. She extends voluntary technical assistance in humanitarian operations and disaster risk reduction and management to frontline mechanisms and institutional Church partners (Catholic dioceses and religious organizations). Her humanitarian engagements include, among others, Infanta (Quezon 2004) mudslides, Typhoons Durian (2006), Fengshen (2008), Ketsana (2009), Parma (2009), Washi (2011), Bopha (2012), and Haiyan (2013). Merlie was also deeply engaged in humanitarian operations during the all-out-war in Central Mindanao (2000-2003) as well as in peace and development efforts in the conflict-affected communities in the Sulu Archipelago (2003 to 2008). She was a founding member of the Asian Disaster Reduction and Response Network (ADRRN) in 2002 and was Executive Committee member until 2013. She has co-authored its first publication entitled “Challenges to Human Security in Complex Situations: The Case of Conflict in the Southern Philippines.” She completed research projects on the humanitarian situation and internal security issues in conflict zones in the Sulu Archipelago for the Asia Foundation and Consuelo Foundation. She runs an annual Executive Humanitarian Course on Global and Local Humanitarian Systems, and is on call faculty/resource person of Miriam College’s Social Work Department. Merlie is currently undertaking a research on resiliency in Bopha-affected communities in Mindanao under the Manila Observatory, a private scientific research institution. She has had opportunities to share her insights on her humanitarian and community development engagement at various for a, locally and internationally, including at the UN General Assembly (2005 and 2010). She has also facilitated and organized trainings related to conflict management, disaster risk reduction and management.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-iepPp9NzKGME1od3NoVy1pWkk/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-iepPp9NzKGbzBVTjFZRFRSbHM/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/4/2014 5:51:49||Chuch World Services Pakistan/Afghanistan||Huma Aliemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Huma Ali||Church World Serrvices Pakistan/Afghanistan||www.cwspa.org||Pakistani||Pakistan||Female||28||English, urdu, sindhi, punjabi||As I am working in my country as Assistant project officer (DRR) Disaster Risk reduction, I am enhancing the capacity of communities on climate change adaptation and DRR. rural and urban both categories are highly responsible for changing climate. individually and collectively we can reduce the bad impact of climate, and as it is not the issue of only one country its effect globally. • Agriculture, livelihoods, deforestation are the main factors of climate change and melting of glaciers. . I call it an interface between science and society. we can adapt the community based solutions by The Adaptation - Capacity Development |
interface, Climate Change Preparedness workshops and much mire. Learning by shock is neither an empowering nor an
ethically defensible pathway.”
|I am Huma Ali working in one of the non government organization named Church World Services Pakistan/Afghanistan. I am 28 years old. Here I am working as Disaster Risk Reduction Assistant Officer. I Completed my masters in (organic chemistry) which directly linked with the climate change effect, i.e. green house gas emission, use of polyethen in urbanization, use of nitrogen chemical in fertilizer by farmers, automobiles, CFC gases, and other many human activities which effect on climate change. I got DRR complete training from iMMAP US-aid, www.iMMAp.org. Capacity building of community on DRR and climate change adaptation. we involve Govt officials and community and other stake holders for implementation and advocacy on climate change and its adaptation and DRR.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2_NlmCwI9K6a2xMOUJkLXlhbkk/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2_NlmCwI9K6UmY0dkNoTkpqcWc/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/4/2014 7:01:49||Centre for Development Communication||Prashant Sharmafirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Vivek Agarwal||Centre for Development Coummunication||http://www.cdcindia.org/||Indian||India||Male||50||English, Hindi|
Vivek Agarwal through his non profit venture-"Centre for Development Communication (CDC)" is involved in management of Solid Waste in Urban and Rural areas through scientifically designed and effective methodologies for almost two decades. Headquartered at Jaipur, Rajasthan, CDC has a pan-India presence, with on-going projects in more than sixteen cities.
The key operational areas including Waste Management in Urban and Rural areas, Urban and Rural Health, Professional Internships, Training & Research, Micro-finance, Social Security of waste workers and street vendors.
His extensive engagement in waste management is based on the principle to reduce its affect on the climate.
|Dr. Agrawal has specialized in Solid Waste Management, Communication & Urban Health. His major contribution in SWM is the concept of micro planning. |
Formerly, he was assistant Director Health Services, Government of Rajasthan from year 1991 to 1996. He also served as assistant Faculty Member, Indian Institute of Health Management & Research. Jaipur
Currently, he is Managing Director of Kanak Resources Management Ltd, Managing Director of Greentech Infra Pvt Ltd and Trustee Secretary of Centre for Development Communication. Academic Achievements:
• Vice Chairperson and Member, Technical Working Group on Collection and Transportation of Waste, constituted by International Solid Waste Association
• Member, Curriculum Committee, Central University, Rajasthan
• Published Research Articles in 20 International & National Journals.
• Guided 25 students to pursue M.Tech, MBA degree in Environmental Engineering/ Management.
• Presentations at International Forums- over 25
• Member, Editorial Committee, International Journal of Urban Health.
• Resource Person, HCM-Rajasthan Institute of Public Administration.
• Authored chapter on Solid Waste Management in India Infrastructure Report 2008 (Oxford Publication).
• Designed, developed, edited, compiled and published several documents for health communication.
|8/4/2014 8:19:48||Association Carré Géo & Environnement||Ibrahim Mfondoun Mbamokoemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Ibrahim Mfondoun Mbamoko||Association Carré Géo & Environnement||www.carregeoenvironnement.jimdo.com||Cameroonian||Cameroon||Male||30||French||During 2013, in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Sustainable Development of Cameroon (MINEPDED) I coordinated , an advocacy campaign for the integration of climate change into policies, programs and strategies in Cameroon in general and in local development programs in particular.This advocacy campaign helped contribute to national post 2015 consultation conducted by the UN System in Cameroon and included in its report entitled "National consultations post 2015 Cameroon: National Report" on page 63 |
a memory aid integration aspects related to climate change in the design, development, implementation and monitoring of plans, community development has been designed and developed. I coordinate this year (2014) an Advocacy Campaign for the creation and implementation of a law on energy efficiency and renewable Energy in Cameroon
|1997 to 2002: Engineering Diploma in Agro Socio Economy in Rural Economy and Sociology, Accountability and analysis of entreprenial projects, plannification of communal projects at the University of Dschang, Cameroon.|
2006 to 2008: Professional masters in international relations, Exchange Bank and International Finance at the Institute of International Relations in Yaounde Cameroon.
2008: DESS Bac+5 in international relations , Exchange Bank and International Finance at the Institute of International Relations in Yaounde Cameroon
Presently, i’m the Executive Secretary of the Association CARRE GEO & ENVIRONMENT. Created in 2004 and based in Douala- Cameroon, the Association CARRE GEO & ENVIRONMENT is a non profitable organization which functions in the protection and preservation of the environment and also the promotion of sustainable development in Cameroon. www.carregeoenvironnement.jimdo.com.
My work is:
• Organization and moderation of Conferences as well as debates.
• Supervision of the activities of the association.
• Conception and coordination of sustainable development projects.
• Representing the Organization in national, sub regional and international meeting
Below are some links of public fora, where i presenting climate change issues:
Currently I’m The national Focal Point of the African Network for Environmental Rights.(RADE) www.lerade.com and member of such networks:
- Climate Action Network International: http://www.climatenetwork.org/
- climate & Development Network: www.climatdeveloppement.org
- Adaptation fund NGO Network: www.af-network.org
- Global Network Disaster Reduction: www.globalnetwork-dr.org
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links of public fora, where i presenting climate change issues
links to refered press articles
|8/4/2014 11:37:17||Global Network of Civil Society for Disaster Reduction||Stu SOLOMONfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||ADESSOU Kossivi Nevaeme||Global Network of Civil Society for Disaster Reduction||www.globalnetwork-dr.org||Togolese||Togo||Male||33||French and English||M. Kossivi Adessou is the Regional Development Coordinator in West Africa. M. ADESSOU was recruted for that post because of his former experience in Advocacy.|
He has several times worked on Climate Change issues and was involved in the process of negociations on climate change.
M. ADESSOU during our collaboration has shown a strong capacity to deal with people as a manager and as a communicator.
|Mr Adessou is basically specialist of criticism as he studied litterature. But passionnated with Environment and Sustainable Development, he was involved in activities of protection with NGO Jeunes Volontaires pour l'Environnement in Togo. Concinved of his choices he followed some parallel training that offers him the capacities to be a good leader in this sector and being relevant. He was trained by Francophonie on environment and sustainable development and by UNITAR on Introduction of International Environmental Law. Adessou plays a very important role in JVE for several year before being appointed for an International Program where he supports an Energy Program in Mozambique for a year. Back from Mozambique Adessou is the Western Africa Regional Development Coordinator of Global Network of Civil Society for Disaster Reduction.|
Adessou has made some presentations on Climate Change at high level. To UNFPA meeting on SRHR in Berlin, on Greens General Assembly in Dakar etc...
|8/4/2014 11:53:47||Universal Versatile Society||Pralhadsingh T. Bayasemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Narayan Vitthalrao Solanke||Universal Versatile Society||Indian||India||Male||37||English, Hindi, Marathi||Narayan Solanke is President of NGO, leading an activity called ‘CAP for Schools’ having strong network of schools and teachers. Through which, we are reaching up to the masses, facilitating the implementation of various community based programs. Under his administration, we have ‘Go Green’ project which ensures the plantation and survival of donated trees by the students. Students are cast-off as media to facilitate the awareness campaigns, rallies, etc. on climate change mitigations. Two students were awarded as finalist in International Essay Competition on environment by ‘The Living Rainforest, UK’. Solanke has been called for UNEP TUNZA Environmental Conference for his contribution in environmental issue. He is Editor in Chief of newspaper ‘Rajput Rang ‘making him to reach outside of state. Being Media professional with devoted social worker, his attendance to conference makes thousands of students & hundreds of teachers to implement the solution on climate change mitigation.||Mr. Narayan Vitthalrao Solanke is founder and President of NGO called Universal Versatile Society and Editor in Chief of Weekly Rajput Rang. He is leading our NGO in that part of rural India which is unfortunately popular for farmer’s suicide plight. We are active in Education, Environment and poverty alleviation. We had undertaken the activity called ‘CAP for SCHOOL’. Under this activity we have strong network of school and teachers. For his efforts in implementing project based learning in school, iEARN-India (International Education and Resource Network) offer him the Regional Coordinatorship. In 2004 he represented India in 11th iEARN International Conference at Slovakia; there he presented the project on Village- i.e ‘Village- Appeals for Whiz Age’.|
After coming back he devoted himself fully in Rural Development Campaign and Women’s Empowerment. He made research on Maharashtra Government’s ‘Sant Gadgebaba Rural Development Campaign’ under which he gathered the information about all the ideal villages in Maharashtra state and prepared a book called ‘Swachhatetun Samruddhikade’. Our government appreciates the project and Amravati University publishes his book. He has been awarded as ‘Man of the year 2004’ Award of Washim district for his contribution in social work. Later, his online volunteering service for United Nations Volunteering and International poverty Center has been remarked and offer him the appreciation certificate for working as poverty alleviation in various states in India. For his exceptional efforts in ‘Go Green’ project (in collaboration with Red Cross Society) and for making the students aware of global warming and climate change mitigation, he has been called by UNEP on Tunza Conference at Indonesia. For his contribution in education Bahrain Government sponsor him with Education Conference Project Conference. Leipzig University of Germany called him twice for capacity building and training. GTZ Germany and PLAN International sponsor him for further training and capacity building. For economic backing of farmers he is working on Women empowerment through Self Help Group project.
|8/4/2014 16:40:30||Diverse Voices and Action for Equality; Also DAWN; Also PPGCCSD||Gigi Francisco (DAWN); Shirley Tagi (DIVA for Equality) -Joint firstname.lastname@example.org ; email@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||No||Noelene Frances Nabulivou||Diverse Voices and Action for Equality; DAWN, Women's Major Group on SD||www.dawnnet.org||Fijian||Fiji||Woman||46||English||Noelene is a seasoned advocate and campaigner for gender equality, human rights, climate justice and social justice in its broadest sense, from local to global, and has a capacity to make useful connections between all the various issues on which she campaigns, thereby strengthening partnerships between actors working to affect change in different areas who collectively can work together to achieve more. As well as her national and regional work, she works actively to input across several UN multilateral tracks. Noelene is a catalyst and founder of the 'Pacific Partnerships to Strengthen Gender, Climate Change Responses and Sustainable Development' that already includes many state and non-state partners, and also accompanies and supports the work of many youth and women's groups in all regions. Noelene was one of 100 women from around the world invited to be part of the WECAN Women Climate Change Leaders meeting in the USA last year.||Noelene F. Nabulivou (Fiji) is the Women’s Major Group on Sustainable Development (WMG) SIDs Focal Point. She is an adviser and member of Diverse Voices and Action for Equality (DIVA for Equality Fiji) and an Associate of Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN). Noelene is a co-founder, with SPC and Pacific Youth Council and many others, of a major new regional initiative, ‘Pacific Partnerships to Strengthen Gender, Climate Change Response and Sustainable Development’. This work brings together High level government representatives and National women’s machineries, civil society and social movements and networks in the Pacific for mapping, discussion and shared strategies. |
Noelene focuses on links between gender equality and women’s human rights, human rights, climate justice, environmental justice and sustainable development for almost 30 years, including community-based and wider multilateral work. She works across local and national (Fiji), Pacific, Asia-Pacific, SIDS, and global multilateral spaces including the Commission on the Status of Women and Beijing@20, SIDS, the Post-2015 Development Agenda, UNFCCC (Focus on Social Pre-COP/LDCs and SIDS input), and ICPD Beyond 2014. She is on the inaugural Asia-Pacific CSO Advisory Group to UNWomen, and the Beijing+20 Asia-Pacific Steering group, as well as the Pacific Gender and CROP (Broader) Working Group. Noelene lives in Caubati, Fiji.
|See some links below that refer to some of Noelene's contributions:|
|8/4/2014 18:03:46||Africa Clean Energy Summit(ACES)||Juddie Passionfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Olawale Akinwumi||Africa Clean Energy Summit(ACES)||http://africacleanenergysummit.com/||Nigeria||Nigeria||Male||42||English||Mr Olawale Akinwumi is the first convener to initiate climate change awareness in Nigeria and was given the title; Mr Environment by the Honourable Minister of Environment of the Federal Republic of Nigeria(2004). He is the originator of the National Carbon Credit Train in Nigeria||OLAWALE AKINWUMI, a STRATEGIC COMMUNICATOR, CLIMATE ADVOCATE, ENVIRONMENTALIST, SPEAKER, WRITER, AUTHOR, EDITOR, PUBLISHER, MEDIA SPECIALIST, SEASONED COUNSELOR, CAREGIVER AND MINISTER OF GOD is a member of various international and local professional organizations, with over Twenty years of experience in communications, journalism, writing, research, study, environmental / climate advocacy and sustainable development. He has attended, participated and organized several local and international conferences on climate change, carbon credit, environmental education, awareness, communications and sustainable development.|
He has at different times coordinated and provided environmental consultancy / support services to the Federal Ministry of Environment and a number of states and agencies in the following key areas: climate change, pollution control, desertification, erosion control, waste management, conservation, clean development mechanism, carbon credit, pre and post environmental assessments, environmental sensitivity / responsibility, relationship management, and environmental education.
AKINWUMI is the GROUP CHAIRMAN of The Environment Communications Limited, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF of The Environment Publications, COORDINATING CHAIR / CHIEF OPERATING DIRECTOR; Africa Clean Energy Summit & Africa Climate Solutions Centre, FOUNDER; The Wale Akinwumi Foundation and PRESIDENT; Caregivers Christian Ministry International. He is happily married and lives in Lagos, Nigeria with his wife and their two children.
|8/4/2014 18:14:29||Global Alert For Defence of Youth and the Less Privileged(GADYLP)||Timi Gabrielemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||OBI Goodluck Odimegwu||United Nations of Youth Network Nigeria(UNOY)||www.unoynigeria.org||Nigeria||Nigeria||Male||47||English||Prince Good luck Obi is the founder and President Global Alert for Defence of Youth and the Less Privileged(GADYLP)as well as the President of a Youth network known as United Nations of Youth Network Nigeria(UNOY)Through the track record of Prince Obi both NGOs had Observer Status with UNFCCC as well as Special Consultative Status with UN ECOSOC.Prince Obi has initiated regular tree planting among the youths as a means of reducing the effect of climate change.He formed UNOY Green Club which is responsible for planting and nurturing the trees to maturity.He formed and sustained Climate Change Clubs in Primary and Secondary Schools in Lagos,Nigeria.The members of this club plant trees periodically and step down the training on the importance of tree planting as they were taught by Prince Obi and his working team.||Prince Goodluck Obi had his first degree B.A.(Hons)in 1992 from the first University in Nigeria,the University of Ibadan.Prince Obi has been a Speaker in the following fields at one time or the other Thus:Climate Change,Peace and Conflict Resolution,Social Work and Volunteerism,Youth Development and Empowerment,HIV/AIDS,Public Health among others.Through his hard work, he had three Honors Award during his National Youth Service Corps in 1993 in Kwara State,North Central of Nigeria.One of these Awards was the MOST OUTSTANDING CORPS MEMBER.Through the track record of the NGO he founded(Global Alert for Defence of Youth and the Less Privileged) on Volunteerism,he was nominated by United Nations Volunteers Office in Bonn,Germany to coordinate the UN International Year of Volunteers in Nigeria.IYV 2001.After the official inauguration of IYV 2001 in Nigeria,he was democratically elected as the Focal Point/Coordinator of IYV 2001 in Imo State.Imo State is one of the 36 States of Nigeria.He had work in Civil Society as a Project Coordinator/Manager,Executive Director,President.Head of Organization etc at various times for over twenty Years of devoted service to humanity.Prince Obi is a known Human/Environmental Rights Activist.He was sponsored by the UN as a delegate from Nigeria to attend the Review Conference on Racism,racial discrimination,Xenophobia and related intolerance in April 2009,UN Office,in Geneva,Switzerland.He is a seasoned speaker in various fields of human endeavor not limited to Climate Change,Human Rights,Youth Development etc.He is the Designated Contact Person of UNOY in UNFCCC.He was a Speaker and Moderator in COP 18,Qatar in 2012,COP 19,Warsaw,Poland,UN Climate Change Conference,June 2014(SD40)Prince Obi has granted many national,regional and international interviews on Climate Change but not limited to the following:Interview with UN Climate Change Studio during COP18,in Qatar,also during COP 19,Warsaw,Poland.The interview could be seen in UNFCCC Website.Prince Obi was a Speaker to the 2013 international Day in memory of the victims of the Holocaust organized by United Nations Information Center,Lagos,Nigeria.This year,June 13th,2014, in Bonn,Germany,Prince Obi was a Speaker to a Side Event organized by GADYLP and Brama Kumaris during the UN Conference on Climate Change(SB40).It is pertinent to mention hear that the Executive Secretary of UNFCCC,Ms Christiana Figuress attended as a Special Guest.||https//seors.unfccc.int/seors/reports/archive.html|
The above website is where my various presentation as Speaker,Moderator and Arthur of Various UNFCCC Side Events could be seen. eg:COP 18 in 2012,Doha,Qatar Title:"African Youth forum on Climate Change:Mobilizing African Youth on reasons for planting Trees"COP 19 in Warsaw,Poland The theme:"Tree planting,Global warming and Young People"
UN Climate Change Conference,June 2014(SB40)Theme:"UNOY Nigeria Youth mark 2014 International Day of Forests and contribute to REDD+"Another presentation as a Speaker thus:"Global Justice,Equity and sustainability."The Executive Secretary of UNFCCC,Ms Christiana Figuress was also a Special Guest of Honor at the Event.IOn the same website above,one can also see the Exhibition as presented by Prince Goodluck Obi
|8/4/2014 18:42:50||Niger Delta Women's movement for Peace and Development (NDWPD)||Mrs. Akpodiete Gracefirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Caroline Usikpedo||Niger Delta Women's movement for Peace and Development (NDWPD)||NOT APPLICABLE||Nigeria||Nigeria||Female||39||English||Caroline Usikpedo is the founder / current National President of the Niger Delta Women’s Movement for Peace & Development, and has reached out internationally to initiate local-to-global links with other women’s, anti-poverty and environmental organizations and networks. she actively engaged with Women’ Major Group for sustainable Development, Feminist Task Force of GCAP and Initiative For Equality programs. She is presently the co-chair for the Women Major Group of UNEP.|
Caroline and the NDWPD facilitated three climate justice tribunals and poverty hearings ahead of the Copenhagen Climate summit 2009 and Durban 2011 TO STRENGHTEN VOICES, SEARCH FOR SOLUTIONS IN THE NIGER DELTA, NIGERIA .
and presented the outcomes of the Climates Justices Hearing as a Climate witness from the Niger Delta, Nigeria at the UNFCCC Copenhagen Summit in December 2009, Durban South Africa 2011 and to RIO+20 Conference in Brazil 2012.
|Caroline Usikpedo is the founder and current National President of the Niger Delta Women’s Movement for Peace & Development (NDWPD). She founded this NGO in 2005 with the vision to empower the Niger Delta women and the most vulnerable people in the region. She has 9 years working experience in Non-Governmental Organisation as Women’s / Human Rights activist. |
She has actively fought for Gender Equality, Women Inclusion in Decision making and Women’s Rights and Empowerment at rural areas, in Nigeria. Through the Niger Delta Women Resource Centre, Caroline has trained over 350 women and girls in skills and vocations of choice in 2010 and 2013.
As part of the NDWPD capacity building project, the organization has been in partnership with various international organizations and as a result, Ms. Caroline Usikpedo, the National President has reached out internationally to initiate local-to-global links with other women’s, anti-poverty and environmental organizations and networks.
Caroline and NDWPD have been actively engaged with Women’ Major Group for sustainable Development, Feminist Task Force of GCAP and the Initiative For Equality programs and activities and was part of the field hearing for sustainable development partners.
She considers community peace and Gender Equality as critical for sustainable development, particularly for more vulnerable groups like women and children. Hence, her persisting advocacy for an effective sustainable livelihood in Nigeria and across the globe.
She is also an international speaker, and has presented several papers on the Niger Delta and made interventions on behalf of rural women at global conferences and discussions, including the Rio+20 conference in Brazil , the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development (OWG 6) , the Post 2015 Development Framework processes with the United Nations High Level Panel members, United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) and the 2nd Meeting of the High Level Political Forum.
Caroline is recognized as a Women Leader in her community and across the globe, she is currently appointed as the Co-chair for the Women Major Group of United Nations Environment programme (WMG), a Global Facilitation Team Member for the Feminist Task Force of the Global Call to Action Against Poverty.
Due to her achievement on campaigning on the MDG’s, Caroline was awarded with Special Recognition Award by the United Nations Millennium Campaign (UNMC).
|8/4/2014 18:49:29||Climate Change Network Nigeria||Surveyor Efikemail@example.com||Yes||Surveyor Udo John Efik||Climate Change Network Nigeria||www.ccnnigeria.org||Nigerian||Nigeria||Male||45||English||Surveyor Efik, whose book - Understanding Climate Change - would have been published before the conference date, has an eloquent knowledge of climate change issues, good networking capacity and long years of experience that makes him fit for the Panel debate. He has been following up the issues of the conference at UNFCCC COP19 and from the Climate Action Network (CAN) International, where he is an active member. His participation will add value to the conference by way of representing Africa in the Panel and contributing useful information on the African perspective in the "Voices from the frontlines of climate change"||Surveyor Efik (not a Surveyor by profession) is an Environmentalist and the National Coordinator of Climate Change Network Nigeria (CCN-Nigeria) - the largest civil society coalition on climate change in Nigeria and the Founder/Executive Director of Human Orientation Movement for Environment (HOME) - an environmental and sustainable development focused NGO. He is serving as Member/Civil Society Representative in the Nigeria’s National Technical Committee on REDD+ and has served in the same capacity in the National Inter-Ministerial Committee on Climate Change (2009 - 2011). He is a renowned international Speaker on various issues of climate change, including green economy, ecocities and REDD+. He was one of the Guest Speakers on green economy at the 64th Annual UN DPI/NGO Conference, Bonn, Germany, September 2011.|
Efik is presently a visiting scholar on Climate Change Governance at the Wageningen University, Netherlands. In addition to his academic laurels, he bagged a Certificate in Climate Change Diplomacy (2011) from Diplo Foundation Institute, Malta and the acquired knowledge has been helping him immensely in the UNFCCC Negotiation processes, which he is involved since 2009. He is a member of Climate Action Network International (CAN-I) and the Coordinator of its West African Chapter Working Group on REDD+; UN-Habitat’s World Urban Campaign; UNEP’s Climate Neutral Network (CN-Net); World Bioenergy Association (WBA) and Coalitions for Global Commons (CGC).
|8/4/2014 19:43:31||Imo Youth Network Programme||Chris Amaechifirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Felicia Iheaka||Imo Youth Network Programme||Nigerian||Nigeria||Female||67||English, Ibo and Yoruba||Nominee has been an activist in the promotion of environmental preservation, human rights and peace-building. Currently, she works with women the youth, men and other vulnerable members of the society- to work on issues that address serious challenges, posed by climatic changes. Nominee is the Executive Director of a non-governmental organization known as Imo Youth Network Programme(IYNP). Over the years, IYNP has continued to work relentlessly, under the supervision of the nominee- to sensitize the citizenry and create awareness on environmental issues. Impact created by such moves, motivated women to form vanguard agric groups- the group encourages one another and builds the capacity of rural/urban dwellers to practice environmentally friendly farming.||Felicia Iheaka is married with grown up children. She is very passionate and actively involved in voluntary work- aimed to encourage, both women, the youth and me toward having a voice to issues/ challenges, that affect them, their families and society at large. She was in Lagos Nigeria, but grew up and live in Imo State and its rural environs. Though she has an immigrant (US) visa, she ensures her time is divided towards her voluntary work in both rural/urban communities in Nigeria. The nominee equally worked as an administrator in a state-owned TV/Radio media- this gave her ample opportunity to engage in discussions and press events, on human rights, environment and socio-economic issues.||The nominee, Felicia has continued to engage/participate in speaking event at various levels- both locally and otherwise. In 1994 for instance, she was one of the speakers that contributed toward papers presented during the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), in Cairo, Egypt. Nominee also contributes immensely, during conferences, networking meetings and media events.|
|8/4/2014 22:08:26||Federation of Community Forestry Users, Nepal (FECOFUN)||Ganesh Karkiemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Dil Raj Khanal||Federation of Community Forestry Users, Nepal (FECOFUN)||www.fecofun.org.np||Nepali||Nepal||Male||43||English and Nepali||The candidate has been following the climate change related issues since last 8 years and regularly participating in COP and intersession of UNFCCC since 2007. Therefore, he has good knowledge on this issue. As a member of Federation of Community Forestry Users Nepal (FECOFUN) Mr. Khanal has widely contributed for the capacity building of forest communities on climate change mitigation and adaptation in Nepal. In the context of Nepal, the community forestry is highly contributing for both mitigation and adaptation which are really important for local communities. Mr. Khanal can share his experience on contribution of community forestry for mitigation and adaptation as well tools for community-based capacity building on climate change in Nepal, which will be useful for the participants of other countries.||Dil Raj Khanal (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a natural resource management and common property lawyer working in Nepal with Federation of Community Forestry Users Nepal (FECOFUN) as a member and other national associations related to community-based natural resource management as a policy facilitator. He works on policy, legal and institutional issues on forestry, land and water since 1990 and climate change including REDD+ from last eight years. As a policy facilitator, he has expertise on advocacy and stakeholders facilitation on natural resource management laws as well as legal research on this sector. He has written resource books and extension materials on climate change and REDD+ in Nepali language for the capacity building of local communities which are published by government and civil societies in Nepal.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByGcOafFacDPbDVmM21TZGpZcXM/edit?usp=sharing||Books |
1. The context of REDD+ in Nepal
2. Safeguards system of REDD+ in Nepal
Presentation: COP 11 of UNFCCC
Integrating multiple safeguards system
|8/4/2014 22:09:35||Na Koa Ikaika o ka Lahui Hawaii||Mililani Traskemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Gina Malia Nobrega-Olivera||Waikiki Hawaiian Civic Club/ LAMA||islandclimate.net||Kanaka Maoli||Hawaii||Female||43||English, Hawaiian||Ms. Nobrega-Olivera is an indigenous representative and leader in Hawaii that is committed to the Native Hawaiian community and she currently manages a climate change program at the University of Hawai’i. Malia and her family continue the traditional and cultural practice of making Hawaiian salt on the island of Kauai, the last place in all of Hawaii that continues this tradition. Climate change is having an impact on this cultural practice that provides for medicinal, cultural, and spiritual practices. As the recent international coordinator of the International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity (IIFB), the indigenous caucus at the UN CBD, Malia was designated by the caucus to speak at the high-level ministerial segment- multi-stakeholder panel in Japan. Malia is very capable and able to work with a variety of stakeholders and has proven this in her work at a local, national, regional, and global level.||Malia Nobrega-Olivera, is the President of Waikiki Hawaiian Civic Club and LAMA’s Director of Strategic Partnerships and Community Engagement at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Hawaiinuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge. She is a Native Hawaiian educator, cultural practitioner, community organizer, and advocate of indigenous rights at all levels– locally, regionally, and internationally. Her experiences demonstrate her commitment to her people, language, and culture and to indigenous peoples worldwide. She received a bachelor’s degree in Hawaiian Language and a master’s degree in Educational Technology from the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa. Ms. Nobrega-Olivera’s advocacy work has taken her to United Nations meetings, such as the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, UN World Summit on the Information Society, the UN Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). She works closely with the indigenous caucus at these meetings and is currently the international coordinator for the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Biodiversity (IIFB), as well as the coordinator of Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific who participate at the CBD and UNFCCC meetings. At a local level, Malia is very passionate about traditional knowledge projects and ensuring that the next generation has the opportunity to learn from our elders. She has also led policy work in Hawaii relating to bioprospecting, traditional knowledge, and intellectual property rights.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B63IMGK_Byq6WWtBRE9iNXh0LUk/edit?usp=sharing||http://iifb.indigenousportal.com/2010/10/28/iifb-high-level-statement-october-28-2010/|
|8/5/2014 6:09:14||CARE International & Global Gender and Climate Alliance||Sven Harmeling & Cara Beasleyfirstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||No||Robert Glasser||CARE International||www.careclimatechange.org; www.care-international.org||Australian||Switzerland||Male||55||English, some Spanish||Dr Robert Glasser is CARE International’s Secretary General. CARE's response to CC is growing, with over 70 projects in ca. 30 countries recently. Gender Equality/Women’s Empowerment is at the centre of this. |
Dr Glasser has been guiding the development of CARE’s first Climate Change Strategy 2013-2015 and actively advocates on climate issues at global and community levels.
He has been a member of the Advisory Panel of the Climate Vulnerability Monitor 2012, of the board of the Global Call for Climate Action (GCCA), and of the Steering Group for World Economic Forum project on The Future Role of Civil Society.
He has worked with vulnerable poor communities in remote locations and witnessed first-hand the impacts of climate change and natural disasters (incl. as CEO of CARE Australia leading adaptation projects in Cambodia, Vietnam, PNG).
Robert Glasser is a compelling speaker (e.g. at the launch of the 2008 Global Humanitarian Appeal, UN ECOSOC in NY, World Humanitarian Day COP15).
As Secretary General of CARE International, Dr Robert Glasser has been leading an organisation at the forefront of the climate change-development link in practice, in particular through CARE’s response to CC expanding to over 70 projects in ca. 30 countries in recent years. Poverty reduction, social justice and gender equality/women’s empowerment have been at the centre of this, with CARE forming part of the strategic leadership of the Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA) over the past two years. Dr Glasser has been a champion of CARE’s first Climate Change Strategy 2013-2015 and has been a committed advocate since the early days of CC advocacy in development contexts.
He has been a member of the Advisory Panel of the Climate Vulnerability Monitor 2012 and of the board of the Global Call for Climate Action.
He has witnessed first-hand the impacts of climate change and natural disasters on poor communities (incl. in Cambodia, Vietnam, PNG).
|Dr Robert Glasser is the Secretary General of CARE International, one of the world’s largest non-governmental humanitarian organizations, based in Geneva, Switzerland and active in over 80 countries. Dr. Glasser leads the work of the Confederation, which is engaged in emergency relief and long term development work across the globe. He was formerly the Chair of the Steering Committee for Humanitarian Response (SCHR), comprised of the Chief Executives of the largest international Non-Government Organisations involved in humanitarian relief (World Vision, Oxfam, Caritas, International Committee of the Red Cross, International Federation of the Red Cross, ACT Alliance and Lutheran World Federation), and a Principal of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) an inter-agency forum for coordination, policy development and decision-making on humanitarian issues involving the key United Nations (UN) and non-UN humanitarian partners, which includes the Executive Directors of UNICEF, the World Food Programme, UNDP, and The World Health Organisation, among others. |
Dr Glasser is a member of the Strategic Board for the CEMS Alliance, an international strategic alliance of some of the world’s leading business schools and multinational corporations; a member of the Advisory Panel of the Climate Vulnerability Monitor 2012, a global report on the impacts of climate change for communities around the world; a member of the board of the Global Call for Climate Action (GCCA), a global alliance of more than 450 national and international organizations focussing on climate change advocacy; a member of the Principals Steering Group of the United Nations Transformative Agenda for Humanitarian Action; and member of Project Steering Group for World Economic Forum project on The Future Role of Civil Society.
From 2003-2007, Dr Glasser was the Chief Executive of CARE Australia overseeing aid programmes in countries including Cambodia, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea, and Jordan. Prior to coming to CARE he was Assistant Director General at the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID). At AusAID Dr Glasser held responsibilities in a variety of areas including the Papua New Guinea and Mekong programmes, Corporate Policy and Infrastructure and Environment. Dr Glasser has also worked on international energy and environmental policy for the US Department of Energy. Dr Glasser has published on a number of topics, including environment, and humanitarian policy.
|https://www.linkedin.com/pub/robert-glasser/a/3b9/394||Selected speaking engagements:|
Introduction of CARE Climate Change Strategy
World Humanitarian Day at COP19 (starting at 0.28)
|8/5/2014 6:24:39||Civil society organization network for development (RESOCIDE)||Siaka Coulibalyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Coulibaly Siaka||Civil society organization network for development (RESOCIDE)||www.cdcap.org||Burkina Faso||Burkina Faso||Male||50||French, English||Siaka Coulibaly is an activist engaged in major society and world issues like democracy, human rights and environment. He has many records in the feeld of citizen participation at community level in Burkina Faso. Web activist with his blog doxatory.||50 years old, Five children, law and polical science academic background, independent consultant in political governance and development topics, trainer, Project development and management, Independent observation of elections, Political advocacy within Policy Dialogue Frameworks on governance and development issues (poverty, climate change, renewable energy...)||www.siaka-coulibaly.org|
|8/5/2014 12:17:35||Population Action International||A.Tianna Scozzaroemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||A.Tianna Scozzaro||Population Action International||www.populationaction.org||USA||United States||female||28||English, Spanish||As the population & climate associate at Population Action International and a steering committee member for the Global Gender & Climate Alliance, A.Tianna brings a unique vantage point to the discussion as a youth focused on gender, population dynamics, resilience, sustainable development and climate adaptation. She also leads the advocacy around the post-2015 process for the global Population & Sustainable Development Alliance.||A. Tianna manages PAI’s international climate advocacy and technical assistance strategy and provides partners with logistical, organizational, and communications support. She also advocates on integrated women’s health and environment funding and policy issues before the U.S. government. Prior to joining PAI, A. Tianna served as a program manager at Rachel’s Network, a national network of women environment philanthropists. She also worked for the U.S. House Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming as a Public Policy Fellow. She earned a master’s of public administration in environmental science and policy from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, and holds an undergraduate degree in international relations from University of California at Davis. - See more at: http://www.populationaction.org/blog/author/ats/#sthash.QP40mPLs.dpuf||http://www.populationaction.org/blog/author/ats/|
|8/5/2014 13:56:33||ONG ASED||Kanta Ibrahim Moussafirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Kanta Ibrahim Moussa||ONG ASED||_||Nigérienne||Niger||Masculin||39||Français||Il est indispensable à la vie sur Terre et assure une température moyenne de +15°C environ au lieu de -18 °C. En effet, la Terre reçoit la majeure partie de son énergie du soleil (principalement sous forme de lumière visible), une partie est directement réfléchie par l’atmosphère et la terre, une autre absorbée par la terre et une dernière partie rayonnée sous forme d'infrarouges par notre planète. |
Le rayonnement infrarouge émis par la Terre est en partie intercepté par les gaz à effet de serre de l'atmosphère terrestre tandis que le reste est diffusé vers l'espace.
|Pays continental, enclavé sans littoral (le plus proche est le golfe de Guinée à 600 km), le Niger compte une superficie de 1 267 000 km² pour une population estimée à 17 millions d’habitants en 2012 caractérisée par un revenu de moins d’un dollar par habitant, un taux de croissance le plus élevé de la sous-région (3,3%), un taux d’analphabétisation de 70%, une faible couverture sanitaire qui fait apparaitre 1 médecin pour 36.000 habitants et une pharmacie pour 148.000 personnes.|
Inégalement répartie sur le territoire, cette population présente une densité disparate qui varie de 1 habitant par km² dans la zone nord (saharienne) couvrant 77% de la superficie totale du pays à 49 hbts/km² dans la zone Sahélo-Soudanienne plus au sud (agricole) représentant 1% du pays.
Pendant la période du BOOM de l’Uranium (1975-1980), l’économie nigérienne a enregistré une croissance de l’ordre de 21%. A partir de 1981, le marché de l’uranium plonge dans une crise sans précédent qui crée des perturbations dans tous les secteurs de l’économie nationale. Le Niger ne disposant pas d’autres ressources minières significatives, ne peut alors compter que sur le secteur rural déjà malade.
La part du sous-secteur agricole qui emploie 85% de la population totale passe de 70% en 1960 à 37% en 1997 du (PIB).
La baisse intermittente de la performance du sous-secteur agricole constatée à partir de 1970 est la conséquence d’une série de perturbation climatiques persistantes caractérisées par une irrégularité des pluies et leur mauvaise répartition dans l’espace et dans le temps. Cette situation se trouve renforcée par une exploitation extensive (par manque de moyens) des terres cultivables et un système inapproprié d’utilisation de l’ensemble des ressources naturelles ayant entrainé çà et là une dégradation des terres, des forêts et des eaux (taux de surface que souterraines).
|Face à cette situation économique, le gouvernement du Niger a engagé, à partir des années 70, des réflexions tendant à rechercher les moyens organisationnels et matériels de sortir le pays de la crise. Ainsi, du Conseil National de Développement (CND) durant la période 70-80 à la loi n° 98/56 du 29 Décembre 1998 relative à la gestion de l’environnement, le Niger, avec l’appui des pays et organismes internationaux amis, a mis au point plusieurs stratégies et alternatives de restauration de l’environnement et du développement de l’économie nationale.|
|8/5/2014 19:06:09||Caribbean Association for Feminist Research and Action (CAFRA)||Floretta Louis Hindsemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Flavia Cherry||Caribbean Association for Feminist Research and Action (CAFRA)||cafra.org||St. Lucian||Saint Lucia||Female||50||English, French, Creole||This candidate is head of the Caribbean Association for Feminist Research and Action and she is also an executive member of the Caribbean Association for Small and Medium Enterprises. During the SIDS conference held in Barbados, she participated in a high-level panel discussion as a representative of the regional private sector. She is very active in the Caribbean feminist movement and her work on climate change, SIDS and the Environment are done through CAFRA, where she served as the Caribbean representative for UNEP and attended the UNEP Conference in Nairobi in 2012. She participated in the regional civil society conference in preparation for the Samoa Conference and has always advocated for greater consideration for climate change issues and how it affects small islands developing states of the Caribbean. Because of her passion for the environment, we are confident that she will be a great speaker at the Climate Change Conference.||Link to Bio - sta.uwi.edu/igds/20thanniversary/flaviacherry.asp||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B69mNJLSgd-5WlZuQWlONlFRV3M/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B69mNJLSgd-5c1NiZkMyS2NLSEE/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/5/2014 20:30:50||Asesores en Conservación y Desarrollo AC||Marisol Violeta Sanchezfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Hugo Alfredo Contreras Benítez||Asesores en Conservación y Desarrollo AC||www.acd.org.mx||Mexican||Mexico||Male||42||Spanish, english||Hugo Contreras has participated in projects of sustainable development and environmental conservation, supporting indigenous and rural communities address development challenges successfully managing natural resources, in recent times, has focused on environmental economics, climate change and REDD+ activities.|
Hugo Contreras was born in 1972 in Puebla, Mexico.
From age 17, he has worked with rural communities and indigenous peoples for integral development actions. Study Economics at the Autonomous University of Chiapas and has taken various specialization courses in several countries.
He has worked for the government of Mexico and has served as a consultant and project leader for agencies such as UNDP, FAO, GIZ, Finland and German embassies in Mexico, among others.
Eight years ago, founded and coordinates a nonprofit organization, to link development projects in marginalized areas and indigenous people in Mexico.
|8/5/2014 22:16:51||Moravian College||Diane Husicemail@example.com||No||Diane White Husic||Moravian College||www.moravian.edu||USA||United States||female||54||English||Dr. Husic is a faculty member at Moravian College and is Co-director of the Center of Investigation for Sustainability. The college has been accredited as an official observer under the UNFCCC since 2009. Dr. Husic has attended the past 5 COPs and is a steering committee member of the Research and Independent NGOs (RINGOs) constituency group. She participated in the Open Working Group sessions 7 for the post-2015 SDGs through the Women’s Major Group (through WEDO) because of her expertise in climate change, chemicals, and contaminated sites. She is involved in a number of projects aimed at increasing climate literacy and building resiliency within communities and ecosystems. Her research includes ecological restoration of contaminated sites, ecological monitoring, and phenology and she has an extensive publication record for both scholarly journals and lay audiences. She lives 70 miles from the U.N. headquarters.||Dr. Husic, a member of the Department of Biological Sciences, teaches courses in climate change, conservation biology, environmental science, and sustainability. She is a frequent public speaker and works with 2 nature centers to help facilitate community dialog on climate change by linking art, science, and dialog to address local environmental risk and disaster-readiness. Dr. Husic has presented at national conferences on lessons learned from the international stage on linking science and climate change policy. She serves on the National Geographic Geo-education Steering Committee, an initiative aimed at helping young people gain a stronger understanding of how the human and natural worlds work at local, regional, and global scales. She is a member of the Global Women Scholars Network and the Rocky Mountain Science and Sustainability Network board that works with the National Park Service and youth of color to develop leadership in science and conservation. In advance of the 2014 Committee on the Status of Women meetings, she was a contributing author for the NGO CSW outcome document for the North America and European region: An open discussion paper on the priority themes for CSW 58 “Challenges and Achievements in the Implementation of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for Women and Girls." Dr. Husic serves on the Pennsylvania Climate Change Adaptation Working Group for Natural Resources, which developed a series of recommendations for the state and a white paper to guide the revision of the State Wildlife Action Plan. She leads a regional citizen science phenology project (working with school groups, gardeners, farmers, local naturalists, and watershed groups). More formally, she leads a grant-funded research group that conducts ecological monitoring along the Appalachian Mountain landscape to better understand the impacts of climate change on forest habitat, bird populations, and invasive species. She has over 50 publications. The most recent is entitled “Undergraduates, Faculty Mentors, and Professional Disciplinary Societies Address Climate Change as a Global Human Rights Issue.” At the 5 COP meetings she has attended, she mentors student attendees and young researchers in RINGOs. She blogs from the COP meetings and maintains two other blogs (on redefining prosperity and on phenology).||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz-LjaobrPmRbGlrVEYwMERmMDg/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz-LjaobrPmRRV8tdl9MRVJrV3c/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/6/2014 0:31:33||Pacific Youth Council||Tarusila Bradburghfirstname.lastname@example.org||Representative to speak in the 2014 Climate Summit Opening on behalf of civil society at large (Candidates must be female, under the age of 30, and from a developing country), Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Christina Ora||Pacific youth Council||www.pacificyouthcouncil.com||Solomon Islander||Solomon Islands||Female||22||English||Christina is an active youth volunteer with the Honiara Youth Council( HYC) which is affiliated to the Solomon Islands National Youth Congress and the Pacific Youth Council. The mission of HYC mission is to advocate on behalf of young people in Honiara City to the Honiara City Council and other stakeholders operating in Honiara City. The council is designed to be a youth-led initiative backed by our national and regional stakeholders and represents a firm obligation to provide opportunities for young people so that they will be inspired to realize their potential and contribute to the social, economic and cultural welfare of the society. Her involvement into the council came as recognition for her role as a climate change youth activist which she she took on since she was 17 years old. What she wants to do is build a generation-wide movement to be the solution to the climate crisis and a force to challenge the way we currently do business.||Christina has attended climate change gatherings, gave talks, delivered speeches, mentored youth girls, did peer to peer education, participated in workshops relating to Climate Change, youth and leadership and executed a lot of activities targeted at empowering youth people to be part of the solution to Climate Change. These activities were in close collaboration with both local and foreign partners such as local women’s groups, the Honiara City Council, the Commonwealth Youth Program, the Red Cross, Oxfam, Young Women’s Parliamentary Group (Solomon Islands), SPC, Pacific Youth Council, relevant government miniseries, faith based groups, 350.org, Live and Learn and local youth groups in and around Honiara. Being a creative artist fanatic, her volunteerism work is to educate, empower and prioritize youth inclusiveness within the Climate Change debate. This meant doing advocacy awareness on a new creative youth-friendly ‘level’. The activities included action days, flash mob dances, media campaigns from one end of the capital city to the other, and using creative warrior images in our campaigns. She recognises that they doing what every other NGO in town were doing, and that was awareness on Climate Change. What was differently was the methods and tactics her group used to engage young people. With Honiara Youth Council (HFC), she is confident that as they progress forward, Climate Change awareness will become a key objective. HYC played a crucial role in the assessment phase during the aftermath of the April flooding that struck the Honiara recently. Seeing the devastation firsthand gave her an insight into how young people can be proactive in these circumstances. |
She recently participated in the Pacific Partnerships for Gender Climate Change and Sustainable Development and this has enhanced her knowledge and also her networks within the women’s movement on the issue in the Pacific. As a young woman Pacific climate change activist I hope to see how we can better enhance civil society partnership with Member States to better shape the Pacific’s position in global gender, sustainable development and climate change agendas.
|8/6/2014 0:38:16||World Youth Foundation||Varsha Ajmeraemail@example.com||Yes||KEHKASHAN MAUSHUM BASU||World Youth Foundation||www.wyf.org.my||Indian||United Arab Emirates||Female||14||English , Bengali , French , Arabic||Kehkashan is from a developing part of the world- Asia & the Middle East. At very early age she realized that youth constitute amongst the largest stakeholders of civil society yet they have limited opportunities of representation. This bothers her terribly & gives her the power & will to be an Agent of Change. Her organization, World Youth Foundation, has over 20 years empowered young people to engage and contribute towards climate change adaptation, health, education, environment, disaster risk, gender equality etc working closely with several UN agencies, governments and civil society organisations across the region & supports the World Programme of Action for Youth to the Year 2000 and Beyond, the MDGs & is a civil society member of the Beyond 2015 process. Kehkashan is also the Global Coordinator for Children & youth at UNEP being the youngest person to ever hold this position.||Kehkashan is a eco-warrior who has worked tirelessly to on environment issues . She is the Global Coordinator for Children & Youth at UNEP being the youngest person to be elected into this position. A Volunteer with World Youth Foundation among others. She is a member of the Commission on Ending Violence Against Women & Girl, World Future Council, Germany. A prolific public speaker, spoken at various UN summits attending over 40 international conferences. Among her speeches are the Press conference at Rio+20 on the World Day to Combat Dissertification,Panelist at the People’s Summit in Rio+20,Interventions at UNEP’s 2013 Global Major Groups and Stakeholder’s Forum, Panelist at UNESCO’s thematic debate on Youth , Session of the Committee Sep 201, Interventions at 2013 UN ESCAPBangkok ,UN ESCWA in Dubai'13, the 2014 Global Youth Gathering and GMGSF2014 & the 2014 July HLPF session, Youngest speaker as a panelist on post 2015 agenda at the 12th United Nations Youth Assembly, New York 2013,Panelist at COP18 , Doha Qatar at an event titled “Engaging & Empowering Children & Young People for Resilience & Green Development”.|
She is the Founder President of a youth organisation, Green Hope UAE, which seeks to provide a platform to children & youth in the region to engage in ground level projects on various sustainable causes. She is the recipient of awards from UNCCD, Korea Green Foundation, The Living Rainforest-UK, Action for Nature & most recently Dubai Municipality's First Ambassador of Sustainability.
Interventions during HLPF 2014 :
|UAE is not a developing country|
|8/6/2014 2:05:31||Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society (CECOEDECON)||Sharad Joshifirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Ajay Kumar Jha||Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society (CECOEDECON)||www.cecoedecon.org.in||India||India||Male||41||English||The nominee Ajay Kumar Jha, a lawyer by education and training, has worked extensively on human rights and development in both the national and global context. He has good exposure and understanding of global and national (countries in North and South Americas, Africa, Asia etc. besides India) legal and institutional frameworks on sustainable development, biodiversity and climate change. He has participated in and led many side events on a range of issues related to climate change, human rights, human rights based approach to development, gaps in environmental jurisprudence, state liability and responsibility, legal protection to biological diversity and benefit access regime on many platforms. He has also been following and participating in post 2015 process. He has also participated and represented civil society in many forums like the UNCSD, the UNFCCC, the UNCBD, the UNHRC, the WTO, the UNCTAD etc.||Ajay Kumar Jha is based in Delhi has experience of more than 12 years in the development sector. Since 2007 he is Director with CECOEDECON (Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society), India. He is also Director of PAIRVI (Public Advocacy Initiatives for Rights and Values in India) since 2005. He also coordinates Beyond Copenhagen, a pan India Coalition for sustainable development, environmental and climate justice. It works closely with other campaigns, social movements and organizations on sustainable development policies and practices. The Coalition works with CSOs, farmers, academic, media, judiciary and policymakers to improve understanding and response to sustainable development and climate challenges. The Coalition also engages discussions with respect to international policy framework on sustainable development and climate change. Ajay K Jha leads the international engagement of the Coalition. The Coalition has engaged closely with many fora of the United Nations namely CSD, OWG, HLPF, UNFCCC, WTO and the UNCTAD. He has closely followed and contributed to human rights based approach to development, sustainable food systems in climate change, climate change and disaster, legal framework for sustainable development, developing jurisprudence on climate change, global partnership for sustainable development etc. Ajay also writes regularly in national newspapers and has many publications to his credit. He also conducts programme in All India Radio. He has led, organized, and conducted a number of consultations, workshops, and campaigns on issues of national and global relevance. His skills include policy analysis, research, advocacy and lobbying, organizational development, networking and campaign development etc. Ajay K Jha worked previously with Navjyoti, a Delhi Police Foundation as Research Associate and in a Law Firm in Delhi. He is married to a development practitioner and has a daughter.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwQDhP1_JVrhNVk5T0xnT2F5bmM/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwQDhP1_JVrhNXBfSWg5bC1pWEU/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/6/2014 6:14:11||Campaign for Peoples Goals for Sustainable Development||Paul L. Quintosemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Maria Theresa Nera-Lauron||IBON International||www.iboninternational.org||Filipino||Philippines||Female||45||Filipino, English||Ms. Lauron is a staunch human rights and climate justice activist. She has proven track record of effective advocacy linking with grassroots movements globally thru the Peoples’ Movement on Climate Change. PMCC is a network of individuals and organizations around the globe asserting that the solutions to the climate crisis lie in the hands of the people. She is actively engaged in official processes and international climate negotiations such as the UNFCCC and COP. She is a member of the official Philippine Delegation to the COP 17, 18, and 19 - serving as CSO adviser to the Philippine government. She is the official representative of IBON international in various climate justice movements such as the Global Campaign to Demand Climate Justice and Climate Justice Network. She is an excellent public speaker able to engage a variety of stakeholders. She has been invited to numerous speaking engagements about climate change issues representing the marginalized peoples.||She is currently the Programme Manager of IBON International's Climate Justice Programme; Coordinator of the Peoples' Movement on Climate Change (PMCC); CSO representative to the Building Block on Climate Finance; and facilitation group member of Climate Justice Now and the Global Campaign to Demand Climate Justice.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B14DxFeDgS_2ZV90aHQwd0hkbGc/edit?usp=sharing||http://iboninternational.org/page/programs/86|
|8/6/2014 6:44:01||Forum for the Development of Young People||Victor Moininafirstname.lastname@example.org||Representative to speak in the 2014 Climate Summit Opening on behalf of civil society at large (Candidates must be female, under the age of 30, and from a developing country), Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change", Attend Summit only||Yes||Umu Angella Kakay||Forum for the Development of Young People||www.forum4development.webs.com||Sierra Leonean||Sierra Leone||Female||21||English||Umu Angella Kakay has been a pivotal part of our campign on Climate Change in Sierra Leone and is playing an active advocacy role in the present outbreak of Ebola in Sierra Leone. She has the ability to discuss and dialogue beyond measures on key messages of climate change and will be a suitable candidate for the summit and therefore i am putting my nomination for her.||Umu Angella Kakay was born on the 3rd April, 1993 in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Since her Childhood, she has been an active speaker and child activists participating in various school plays and sessions. She attended the st. Joseph's primary school in Freetown and later proceeded to the St. Joseph's Secondary where she completed her high school education in 2013 and is awaiting her results to the university. She has been a very popular public orator for her school which has earned her enormous opportunities to represent her school in various public speaking events and was spotted by Forum when she came to do their competition. She is a leader in many things and has grown from a shy individual to an erodite figure through the hands of Mr. Victor Moinina, the CEO and Founder of Forum for the Development of Young People.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3TGBa-EzxUDMEF4dU8ycnk4RmM/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/6/2014 6:48:52||Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development||Leanne Sajoremail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Agnes Kinaka||Carterets Catholic Parish/Leitana Nehan Women's Development Agency (LNWDA)/Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development||None/ www.apwld.org||Papua New Guinea||Papua New Guinea||Female||36||Halia, PNG Pidgin, English (prefers assistance)||Agnes was selected by women of the Cateret Islands to relay the experiences of the world's 1st environmental refugees. Cateret atolls have been inundated by rising tides a result of climate change, deep sea mining and the atolls topography, forcing them to migrate to Bougainville. A community struggling to integrate into a new place with its own challenges, she is working to increase women’s voice in shaping development plans. With the atolls government, they record the impact of the loss and damage on their lives and future; charting the adaptation strategy for environmental refugees. They bring their message that over consumption and irresponsible carbon emissions ruin communities that contribute the least to global warming. This will be the 1st time Agnes has left Bougainville, the 1st woman from Carteret Islands to address the UN. We also request Bianca Carwinn, young researcher from Bougainville, also be allowed to attend. For more info http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cukuOLC9C50||Agnes Kinaka was born in the Carteret Islands of PNG. She attended primary school on the island and was selected to attend high school at St. Mary's Girls High School in Bougainville. However after only 6 months at school the civil war in Bougainville began. This meant she had to be moved to another Island and was unable to complete her education after the 10th grade. She returned to the Caterets, was married and had 4 children. She became active in her community church with a particular focus on working with women. She held several positions including secretary of the women's association and treasurer of the church funds. Agnes first recognised the dangers of rising tides and climate change in 2003. She was terrified to see huge waves destroying the island and causing long term damage. Other women and children panicked. There was no where to hide as the island is so flat. She could not do anything, everyone was helpless and terrified. As a single mother with four children and a community leader she realised that she had to understand what was damaging their community and plan for a future. She decided to move with others to Buka Island but felt deeply saddened by the loss of the Island culture, community and their matrilineal rights. She pledged to continue working with women to secure a better future. She now works with other women through a Feminist Participatory Action Research project to ensure women have an active role in determining their own development path. They have established constructive, gender sensitive processes with the Atolls local government and works to empower the first environmental refugees.||From email: Please be informed that we do not have a writing sample for Agnes Kinaka. As you may know from the profile, Agnes is a grassroots woman leader from Carteret Islands who has the first hand experience of displacement due to climate issues. She is a compelling speaker and strong organizer but her primary language is not English. Agnes Kinaka’s presentation to the Climate Summit will be drafted with the support of her organization and represent the voice of the women from Carteret Islands, the world’s first environmental refugees.||Video for nomination:|
|8/6/2014 6:58:34||Forum for the Development of Young People||Victor Moininafirstname.lastname@example.org||Representative to speak in the 2014 Climate Summit Opening on behalf of civil society at large (Candidates must be female, under the age of 30, and from a developing country), Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change", Attend Summit only||Yes||Miriam Dumbuya||Forum for the Development of Young People||www.forum4development.webs.com||Sierra Leonean||Sierra Leone||Female||18||English||Miriam Dumbuya is the Public relations Director of Forum for the Development of Young People. She is quite eloquent in presentations, a fast learner and will be able to work within the ambits of the summit. she has been a aprt of our campaign as an Eco-generation team in Sierra Leone and will be an excellent addition to the team. She can make a good panelist with her level of exposure at high level summits and platforms. I am quite sure of her potentials||There are some people that are born with flair for words and expressions and Miriam Dumbuya is one of such. Born on the 18th October, 1996, Miriam hails from the western area in Sierra Leone. She attended the St. Joseph's Primary school and later proceeded to the St. Joseph's Secondary School where she has taken her West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations awaiting it to proceed to the University. At her age, she started working with Forum last year as public relations officer and was a part of the Mamaye Campaign in which she inspired her colleagues to be a part of the drive to save women from the problems of maternal mortality in Sierra Leone. She has travelled extensively in the country, raising awareness against the ugly realitis that the African child is going through and no doubt, she will be an excellent addition to the team||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3TGBa-EzxUDUUxUUnBQbndvSFE/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3TGBa-EzxUDUUxUUnBQbndvSFE/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/6/2014 7:16:59||Forum for the Development of Young People||Victor Moininaemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Victor Moinina||Forum for the Development of Young People||www.forum4development.webs.com||Sierra Leonean||Sierra Leone||Female||25||English||Victor Edmond Moinina is the current Tunza Eco-generation ambassador to Sierra Leone and an international public orator with many titles to his credit. He is a graduate from Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone where he obtained a Second division in History and Political Science and is presently pursuing his Msc. In Governance and Regional Integration from the Pan African University Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences in Cameroun. He will make an excellent delegate because of his vast experience in climate issues.||Born on the 5th July 1989, Victor Edmond Moinina is the new vista of Civil society Activism in Sierra Leone. He is the CEO and Founder of Forum for the Development of Young People, a youth volunteer for the African union Commission, Youth for Change Ambassador in Sierra Leone, 11th and 12th Tunza Eco-generation Ambassador to Sierra Leone, Volunteer Teacher at St. Joseph's Secondary School, Movie Editor and sound producer at Yomrah Enterprises and many other things. He has been the lead presenter at the Accelerating Youth Employment summit in Addis Ababa, lead presenter in the road of Education, Science and Technology in Hammamet, Tunisia and has been a part of the African youth and governance suumit in Accra, Ghana. Quite recently, he has been made the Youth for change ambassador in Sierra Leone after attending the Girls Summit on ending FGM and early child marriage in London, England and is also a Global youth Ambassador for a world at school in Freetown Sierra Leone. He loves reading, writing and working with young people. He is single and a christian.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3TGBa-EzxUDNEZ2UmJXSjh0dnM/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3TGBa-EzxUDUUxUUnBQbndvSFE/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/6/2014 8:42:42||Pan African Climate Justice Alliance||Samson Samuel Ogallahfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Ann Makena Kobia||Pan African Climate Justice Alliance||www.pacja.org||Kenyan||Kenya||Female||29||English and Kiswahili|
She has been active in following gender issue and specifically led a project on Mainstreaming Gender, Reproductive Health and Climate Change in the International Dialogue Process a project which brought civil society organizations together in developing strategies to enhance women’s capacity for resilience in the changing climate and result to greater involvement and participation of women, and gender mainstreaming, in climate change processes and action. It was aimed in reduction of poverty, protection of the environmental resources, and ensure that women and poor communities can better cope with climate change.
Ann has also worked together with young people in several projects and voiced the role of the young people in issues of climate change.
Vocal ,versatile and someone we feel will deliver the voice of the civil society the right way.
|She is 29 years old,married and a mother of two year old daughter.|
She was born on July 09 1985 in Meru county.
she thrives with a strong back ground of communication with a a degree BA in Communication (Public Relations) and a Minor in Marketing from Daystar University and a project management Diploma From the Kenya Institute of Management.
Well versed with issues of Gender linking them with Climate change and reproductive healthy in Africa.
|8/6/2014 9:58:30||FAMEDEV-Inter Africa Network for Women, Media , Gender and Development. Le Réseau Inter Africain Des Femmes, Médias, Genre et Développement..||Amie Joofemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Yeama Sarah Thompson||Initiatives for Media Development||Sierra Leonean||Sierra Leone||Female||38||English, Krio, Temne||Yeama Thompson is a young dynamic woman leader representing a civil society organization, and she can officially speak on behalf of civil society and other networks in Sierra Leone with a lot of competence, confidence and commitment not just to all aspects of human development. She is versatile and knowledgeable and has has proven track record of effective advocacy and implementation of community based solutions for change in Sierra Leone and the Mano river Union. She is a compelling public speaker and has high competency with climate change issues, experience with presenting issues in public fora, and demonstrated ability to engage constructively with a variety of stakeholders.||Yeama Thompson is a Sierra Leonean media development professional who rose through the ranks from a cub-reporter at the Sierra Leone Daily Mail to an Editor of The Chronicle newspaper in war time Sierra Leone. During that period she also conceptualised and produced community radio programs for women and children. |
During the 2011 Liberian General Elections, as senior trainer for Journalists for Human Rights (JHR), Yeama travelled extensively in Liberia, working with community radio and Monrovia-based journalists to foster a rights media approach to reporting. She conducted country-wide workshops as well as seminars and editors and owners’ forums designed to engage both senior members of the Liberian media sector and policymakers on public discussion of major issues of concern to Liberian citizens through that time. As an IREX consultant in Liberia, she also led gender sensitive reporting training for Liberian journalists.
Her desire to contribute to the empowerment of the marginalised, underprivileged and the less abled from different works of life motivated her to return home in March 2012. As Country Director of Journalists for Human Rights in Sierra Leone where she served from 2012 to 2014, she conceptualised and implemented a human rights reporting strategy during the 2012 elections which contributed to a peaceful elections. She also work closely with the Women in the Media Sierra Leone (WIMSAL) and with support from the BBC Media Action and Journalists for Human Rights launched a leadership training initiative for media executives, which has in turn contributed to the development of a strategic action plan for female Sierra Leonean journalists from 2013 to 2015.
Yeama is the co founder and current Executive Director of the Initiatives for Media Development, Owner of the Spectrum Newspaper and board member of the Innovations for Governance Reform in Sierra Leone. She is now serving as Communication Strategist Consultant with the Open Government Partnership in Sierra Leone.
Yeama is married with two children, Mercy and Livingstone.
|8/6/2014 11:27:58||Youth Environment Network (YEN) Zambia||Dennis Mubangalalafirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Billy Mwansa Lombe||Youth Environment Network (YEN) Zambia||www.yeninternational.org||Zambian||Zambia||Male||32||English||Billy Lombe has been quite active since 2006 engaging youth around Africa in issues of Climate Change awareness and also his work at Youth Environment Network (YEN) Zambia has helped him to work towards coordinating programmes in Zambia that helps to helps in building resilient communities that have been affected by some of the devastating effects of climate change.|
Billy now serves as a regional coordinator (Southern Africa) for African Youth Initiative on Climate Change www.ayicc.net which is the biggest youth climate change network in Africa. His work at work at AYICC has been quite outstanding even earned him a number of TV and radio interviews with famous TV stations like eNCA News of South Africa eTV and also with Zambians both print and exectronic media. Billy has been on the ministerial delegation for Zambia to both the UNFCCC and UNCBD COP's, the experience gave him ultmost negotiation skills.
It is against this that Billy meets the criteria.
|Billy M. Lombe grew up with the passion of taking care of the environment. He is now CEO of an organization called Youth Environment Network (YEN) Zambia, which he founded in 2007. In 2013 Billy spent some time in the US as part of 56 exceptional Leaders selected from around the world to participate in a 4 month Community Solutions Program (CSP), sponsored by the US Department of State and administered by International Research Exchanges Board (IREX) as a Visiting Fellow in order to work on environmental policy issues in Washington DC. Throughout the last 11 years Billy has dedicated himself to the issues surrounding international development and environmental sustainability from the perspective of youth empowerment and community development. His academic background is based extensively in Community Development, Environmental Conservation, Youth, and Leadership development. He is now a trained expert in Urban Agriculture and Composting by the Eco-City Farms and Prince George Community College in Washington DC, USA. Billy has worked for various youth, environmental, policy and research - oriented organizations in Zambia, USA, Kenya and also at continental level in Africa…ranging from the YMCA to Habitat for Humanity to Cosmos Educ to Green Warriors Movement (GWM) Kenya and in USA for Institute for Local Self Reliance (ILSR) Washington, DC and Eco-Diva TV in Los Angeles, California. Currently he is serving as a Southern Africa Regional Coordinator on biggest youth climate change networks, known as African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC) www.ayicc.net. Billy has experience training communities, teachers and youth to become peer educators and active participants in the fight against environmental degradation and climate change. Since 2011, Billy has had an opportunity to be part of the Zambian delegation attending the UN high level meetings both on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Biological diversity (UN-CBD) in 2012. During these meetings he has contributed in drafting the position papers for Zambia and also assisting in coming up with ministerial statements. This experience has also served him to gain utmost Conference of Parties (COP) Negotiation Skills. Recently in 2014, Billy got featured on afternoon news with Gareth Edwards on eNCA news Tv in South Africa which has viewers across Africa to talk about the role of African youth in climate change issues and Post 2015 agenda.||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YQm0cKkZNeSHKLGVvtm9BXCOzYNanb5NxIwmEOEoMuA/mobilebasic||https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=explorer&srcid=0B1zeWK0R6SY7bXZ1VExNMVdkeU0|
|8/6/2014 13:46:50||Global Unification Gambia||Sutura Soweemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Madiba Sillah||Global Unification Gambia||glbgambi.wordpress.gm||Gambian||Gambia||Male||30||English||Mr Madiba Sillah has been an ardent environmental activist and advocate against climate change for the past 8 years. He has successfully coordinated the implementation of the Coastal Communities’ Climate Change Resilience Enhancing (Coastal CARE) project, aimed to replenish damaged mangrove eco-systems in three seriously hampered coastal communities in the Gambia through mangrove regeneration and environment education. He also successfully coordinated phase one of the organisation’s Women’s Initiative for Education and economic Empowerment (WIFE) project aimed to support rural women generate income without damaging the environment.||Mr Madiba Sillah is 30-year-old Gambian from an extended family of 8. He was born in the village of Jurunku in the Upper Niumi District of the North Bank Region of the Gambia.He is married and has one child.|
He grew up and educated under the guardianship of a cousin brother who was a school teacher – now a veteran educationist – in the town of Sukuta, West Coast Region.
After his secondary education from Nusrat Senior Secondary School, he got admission into the University of The Gambia in October 2004 and graduated with a four-year undergraduate degree (BA) in Development Studies and English language (combined majors).
In 2009 he got attached at the Department of Information Services as Information Officer.
As Information Officer, he served as supervisor of the Publication unit of the Department, and as environmental communication strategist/ analyst responsible of all environment-related programs and projects implemented by the Department.
Since 2006 he has been volunteering for Global Unification the Gambia, a registered civil society organization that focuses on environment, climate change and community development.
He rose through the executive ranks to becoming Networking and Partnership Coordinator.
He has since then initiated, coordinated and jointly implemented numerous activities, programmes and projects mainly related to environment and climate change and represented the organization in many fora both within and outside the country.
Mr Sillah remains an ardent advocate of environmental conservation and protection and for committed and concerted national and global actions against climate change.
He is running a sustainable environment education programme in five piloted schools in urban Gambia. In this programme, students are sensitised and trained to become environmental educators and stewards.
He is the Energy Globe ambassador for Gambia, see this link:(http://www.energyglobe.info/awards/ambassador/) and run through the list to find Madiba Sillah. He is also One Young World ambassador.
He has ever demonstrated a strong will, passion, motivation to fight against environmental destruction and climate change and to become a highly skilled non-profit organizational leader capable of transforming lives of my many underprivileged people.
|8/6/2014 15:30:30||Our Horizon||Robert Shirkeyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Robert James Shirkey||Our Horizon||http://ourhorizon.org||Canadian||Canada||Male||34||English||Rob Shirkey is the founder of Our Horizon, a non-profit climate change organization based in Canada that's lobbying cities to pass laws that would require climate change information labels on gas pumps. He launched the campaign in early 2013 and the concept has already attracted international attention. A colleague brought his gas pump nozzle to COP19 in Warsaw where a delegate said “I’ve been to all 19 COP meetings and I’ve never seen an idea so simple yet so powerful.” Rob gathers insights from psychology, sociology, economic theory, behavioural economics, business, law and municipal politics to build the case for demand-side, local action on climate change. His trial experience as a lawyer and his playful sense of humour makes him a compelling and entertaining speaker. He has given talks to students, citizens groups and politicians across Canada.||Rob Shirkey is a lawyer from Toronto, Canada. Prior to launching Our Horizon, Rob operated a private practice in downtown Toronto. He also has experience as an Assistant City Solicitor and Prosecutor. Before completing his law degree, Rob studied business, economics, and psychology at the undergraduate level. He graduated with distinction and was the university valedictorian. Rob’s goal in life is simple: when a kid asks him, “What did you do to stop climate change?” he just wants to be able to look that kid in the eye and honestly say he did everything he could.||Rob's TEDx Talk:|
Rob's lecture at the Centre for International Governance Innovation:
"Want to Stop Climate Change, Tar Sands, and Pipelines? Throw an Intervention" (Huffington Post)
"Warning Labels and the Psychology of Climate Change" (Huffington Post)
"Adam Smith Called: He Wants Warning Labels on Gas Pumps" (Huffington Post)
|8/6/2014 15:56:14||Gender and Energy Network, GHana||Dr. Sabina Anokye Mensahemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Faustina Araba Boakye||Ghana Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (GHACCO)||www.ghacco.org||Ghanaian||Ghana||Female||58||English & French||Faustina forefront of educating, sensitizing, creating awareness on the effects of indoor air, the use of improved cookstoves, environmental degradation, climate issues, assessing and mainstreaming gender into energy projects. Effectively contributed to the Practitioner Energy Network of Sustainable Energy for All, UN Foundation, Partnership for Clean Indoor Air (PCIA); Member Gender and Empowerment COP of Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves; Speaker, World Water Day 2012: Water, Sanitation, and Health (WASH) and women, lobbying US House of Representatives and Senate, Capitol Hill; Member, Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD); Member, Ghana SE4ALL Finance Working group and UN SE4ALL NGO CSO team;, participated in ECOWAS High Level Energy Forum, the Ghana Country Plan for UN Sustainable Energy for All, Global Energy Status Report, Energy Access; Stakeholder consultations for Strategic and Social Assessment of the REDD+ Preparedness Plan in Ghana||Gender and Communications Specialist with 25 years of experience. and current Chairperson of the Ghana Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (GHACCO), Masters of Professional Studies (MPS) degree in International Development from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, USA, post graduate diploma in Communications and a B.A. in English from the University of Ghana and certificates in Community Development Leadership by Women, Advocacy and Citizen Engagement from the Coady International Institute in Canada and Local Governance and Rural Decentralization from the Centre for Development Innovations of the University of Wageningen in the Netherlands, Networking and Photography. Member of the Women's Major Group of Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) and the Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) preparation on Rio +20 Summit, member of the IUCN Gender Expert Network, and a Member, Women Organizing for Change in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management (WOCAN), SE4ALL Ghana Finance Working Group, SE4ALL UN CSO Team||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bw-F9fHeD7xVWXJ3S25zbXRPZXM/edit?usp=sharing||http://www.washadvocates.org/events/world-water-day/2012|
|8/6/2014 15:57:45||Biodevelopment - Belgrade (Serbia)||Zorana Gajicfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Djordje Samardzija||One Degree Serbia - Belgrade, Serbia||www.jedanstepen.org||Serbian||Serbia||Male||35||English||I’ve been working in civil sector for two decades and I rarely met people with similar passion as Djordje. Although he had just started civil sector career as a director of One Degree Serbia he has proven himself as a tireless activist who makes contacts with various stakeholders.|
Djordje has been dealing with climate change for five years. He is familiar with different aspects of climate crisis and has in-depth knowledge of transportation emissions, energy production from fossil fuel and renewable energy sources. His excellent competency with climate and energy issues, his project design and management skills, as well as presentation proficiency, make him great advocacy leader who is able to transfer the message to various groups, implement campaign and deliver results.
He considers climate change as social rather than environmental issue. His opinion is that if we want to protect climate system we have to redesign our whole society (business, health care, education, defence).
|Djordje holds Master of Science and magister degree in air traffic engineering and professional master degree in QMS. Additionally, he completed ISO 14064-1 and -2 courses as well as numerous Coursera and edX MOOCs on climate change, energy and environmental law.|
Djordje has worked in aviation for 10 years. Since 2010 Djordje has worked as aviation consultant in the framework of EU Emissions Trading Scheme. He is expert in the establishment of emissions reporting system, creation of emissions reports and data and system auditing.
Right after completion of Al Gore’s training and joining the international network Climate Reality Leadership Corps, Djordje showed his leadership readiness. With few like-minded people he established One Degree Serbia (1C Serbia). 1C Serbia is a unique environmental organisation in the country since its mission prioritises mitigating climate change above other environmental and societal issues. 1C Serbia’s mission is the mitigation and adaptation to climate change, transformation to low-carbon economy, establishment of resilient communities, protection of ecosystems and future generations of humans. 1C Serbia membership includes experts in various areas: forestry, agriculture, transport, industrial processes,
Currently Djordje and his 1C Serbia team work on the following projects:
- Establishment of national climate activist network. This network will be the seed of future larger grassroot movement which objective will be to influence local, national and regional climate and energy policy. The movement will not be limited to Serbia, but will spread to whole Western Balkans.
- World Bank statement on the need for pricing carbon awareness campaign. The target people for this project are Serbian officials who will attend UN Climate Summit.
- Presentation on Can we stop climate change? for Belgrade Research Night (part of bigger European initiative) - http://ec.europa.eu/research/researchersnight/index_en.htm .
- Climate change session for Belgrade Science Festival (one of top 5 science festivals in Europe).
In addition to climate change Djordje is very interested in agriculture. He runs small traditional family farm.
|https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9XCQlB-Be9udmU2RFBxaExLSGM/edit?usp=sharing||Djordje’s blog Good Ancestor (in Serbian) presents articles on climate change, energy and economy - www.dobarpredak.com|
Djordje’s PhD thesis description. The thesis will be about aviation and climate change - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9XCQlB-Be9uc1FCa0pEbG9DZ0k/edit?usp=sharing
Djordje’s interview on his life philosophy for internet portal the House of good news (in Serbian) – „I want to be a good ancestor“ http://bit.ly/1mkGnhG
As a member of Climate Reality Leadership Corps Djordje regularly delivers renowned Al Gore’s slideshow adopted for Serbian public.
Djordje was a member of reviewing board for book “Snake Oil: How Fracking’s False Promise of Plenty Imperils Our Future” by Richard Heinberg (Post Carbon Institute Fellow) http://richardheinberg.com/bookshelf/snake-oil
Djordje delivered talk at TEDx Belgrade about his CO2 diet and what individuals can do in order to reduce GHG emissions http://www.tedxbelgrade.com/tedxbelgrade-2012-predavaci/
|8/6/2014 16:07:35||Al-Jawf Women Organization for Development||Nabeela AlNowfiemail@example.com||Representative to speak in the 2014 Climate Summit Opening on behalf of civil society at large (Candidates must be female, under the age of 30, and from a developing country), Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Nada Abdulsalam Hezam Mohammed||AlJawf women organization for development||www.csotwg.org||Yemeni||Yemen||Female||22||Arabic, English||Mrs. Nada meets the above-mentioned criteria. She is interested in climate change issues. she represented the civil coiety network in Yemen in Amman conference for the UNMDGs and represented the Yemeni CSO in UNCTAD XIII Doha Qatar and in Bali conference. She is selected to the chief of steering committee in the Yemeni CSO network as CS speaker.||Mrs Nada has completed her study in social sicence in Yemen. and now she is the representative of Aljawf women organization for development, a rural women organization. She is interested in climate change issues. she represented the civil coiety network in Yemen in Amman conference for the UNMDGs and represented the Yemeni CSO in UNCTAD XIII Doha Qatar and in Bali conference. She is selected to the chief of steering committee in the Yemeni CSO network as CS speaker.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzrQrIpfjsiDUTdZVDNJMUtYYWR6V1ItTkFZYlNqM1RWVE9Z/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzrQrIpfjsiDUTdZVDNJMUtYYWR6V1ItTkFZYlNqM1RWVE9Z/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/6/2014 16:33:38||ONG JADES||PHILLIPE OGUNDIJOfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||PHILLIPE OGUNDIJO||ONG JADES||NIGERIENNE||NIGER||MASCULIN||30||FRANCAIS||LE CANDIDAT A ETE SELECTIONNE PAR L'ONG JADES (JEUNESSES ACTION DEVELOPPEMENT SOLIDARITE ) NIGER PARCE QU'IL A BEAUCOUP D'EXPERIENCES DANS LE CADRE DU CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE ET DANS LE CADRE DE LA PROTECTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT AU NIGER.||PRESIDENT DE L'ANTENNE DE L'ONG JEUNESSES ACTION DELOVEPPEMENT SOLIDARITE DE NIAMEY NIGER.|
LE CANDIDAT A PARCITIPE A PLUSIEURS RENCONTRE DANS LE MEME CADRE DU CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE ET AUSSI DANS LE CADRE DE L'EDUCATION ENVIRONNEMENTALE AU NIGER
|SI LE CANDIDAT PARCIPE AU SOMMET DU CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE ELLE FERA UNE RESTITUTION DE TOUS LES TRAVAUX DU SOMMET AUX MEMBRES DE L'ONG.|
|8/6/2014 16:37:23||ANOMENA Ventures||Dr Sabina Anokye Mensahemail@example.com||Representative to speak in the 2014 Climate Summit Opening on behalf of civil society at large (Candidates must be female, under the age of 30, and from a developing country), Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change", Attend Summit only||Yes||Benedicta Maame Nyarko-Mensah||Gender and Energy Network,Ghana||www.gedaghana.com||Ghanaian||Ghana||Female||25||English||Benedicta Maame Nyarko-Mensah as a youth member of the Gender and Energy Network, Ghana won a poetry competition in her school. Through her community work has educated beneficiaries on climate change issues.|
She did her internship with the Gender and Energy Network, Ghana between December 2008 and May 2012. She has been involved in the dissemination of improved stoves to women educating them to switch from the use of firewood to the cleaner fuel of LPG. She is a good public speaker with deep understanding of issues to both adults and the youth.
Thus she has saved the environment through her education in climate change issues to the beneficiaries. Through her efforts the women are able to buy the stoves and pay by instalment.
She visited Denmark as a girls guide representative from Ghana.
|Benedicta Maame Nyarko-Mensah as a youth member of the Gender and Energy Network, Ghana won a poetry competition in her school and from there has become a poetry writer on various topics including those of women and the environment. Her career objective is to use her challenging career objective in the banking sector to build upon the small businesses of women through her leadership skills and innovation. Through her community work has educated beneficiaries on climate change issues.|
She had her education at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Kumasi, Ghana in Business Administration from August 2008 to June 2012
She obtained a Degree:in BSc. Hons (First Class Division) Business Administration and majored in Banking and Finance.
She did her internship with the Gender and Energy Network, Ghana between December 2008 and May 2012. She has been involved in the dissemination of improved stoves to women educating them to switch from the use of firewood to the cleaner fuel of LPG. She is a good public speaker with deep understanding of issues to both adults and the youth.
Thus she has saved the environment through her education in climate change issues to the beneficiaries. Through her efforts the women are able to buy the stoves and pay by instalment. She has travel experience in Holland, Denmark, USA, Ghana etc.
|Her writing samples are not on links.|
|8/6/2014 16:54:27||African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC)||Kalilu Banjafirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Ibrahim Ceesay||African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC)||www.ayicc.net||Gambian||Gambia||Male||29||English||The candidate is a renowned climate activist and advocate from Gambia. He is a member of the National Climate Change Committee of the Gambia and has been part of Government delegations as youth/civil society representative to various UNFCCC Meetings and other climate related activities. He has led the African youth delegates as Executive Coordinator of African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC) to several climate change meetings. He is an excellent communicator and appealing public speaker. He works full time with a local NGO in Gambia where he spearheads community based climate change and disaster risk reduction projects. He has spoken on-behalf of African youths in several high level climate change meetings. He can connect and represent the views from the front-line. He also has valid USA visa that expires in 2015.||Ibrahim Ceesay is a social justice activist, UNESCO Youth Ambassador and award winning film‐maker from Gambia. He holds leadership positions with several youth led regional and international organizations and currently serves as the Executive Coordinator of the African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC), the biggest youth climate movement in Africa (with 42 country chapters) and Chair of the African Youth Alliance on Post2015 (AYAP). He was former Chairperson of the African Youth Panel (AYP), advisory body to the Danish Africa Commission. He works full time as Executive Director of the Children and Community Initiative for Development (CAID). Prior to his current position, he worked with the Gambia National Commission for UNESCO as Administrator/Secretary General of the National Federation for UNESCO Clubs and Centres. He has facilitated and was involved in several youth led processes at the African Union, UN and other International Organizations, as a youth expert. He was nominated in 2012 by Youth Hub Africa an online platform for youth engagement in Africa, as one of the 12 most influential youth leaders in Africa. He is a campaigner and strong advocate of green development. He is a Reference Group member of the Action/2015 Global Movement. He was nominated as the ‘’Personality of Year 2013’’ in Gambia and won the ‘’Youth Leader of the Year Award 2013’’ for his outstanding work and contribution to youth empowerment and development. ||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxXvGEiOKjmVTW1kSFdPMWw5YmIyY0g0VnlLR0laQlRUTzc0/edit?usp=sharing||https://www.facebook.com/161214162089/photos/a.10150445947577090.423888.161214162089/10151972360072090/?type=1&relevant_count=1|
|8/6/2014 19:27:09||St. Louis Aquacenter, Inc. & Worldview Impact||Pamela J. Puntenney & B. I. Blahemail@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Bremley Wanbantei Lyngdoh||Worldview Impact Foundation||http://www.worldviewimpact.com/foundation.php www.worldviewimpact.com||Indian (Khais Tribe)||India||male||40 & 39||English, Hindi, French, Khasi||Bremley Lyngdoh (indigenous - Khasi) is founder and member of the civil society organization Worldview Impact a Social Enterprise (2008) working on climate change adaptation and REDD+ projects in north-east India; Sri Lanka and Myanmar, including the frontier area on the Indo-Bangladesh borders to flight climate change at the community level. He is an excellent public speaker inspiring and informing his audience to act. His competency with climate change issues is reflected in the links below. Bremley’s competence in policy and practice has been demonstrated through his many contributions moving the UN agenda forward on sustainability; serving as member and Co-Chair of UN Sustainable Development Education Caucus of the UNCSD since ‘96 while active with the Youth Caucus; Actively contributing to the UNFCCC COPs since COP 13; Executive Committee Member of Worldview International Foundation since ‘98 www.wif.org.lk; Co-founder Global Youth Action Network (GYAN) in 2000. He is available. // 1) Dr. Lyngdoh is a representative of his indigenous Khasi Tribe from the state of Meghalaya in north east India. He is the CEO of a Social Enterprise - Worldview Impact and officially authorized by it Board of Directors to speak on the organization's behalf.|
2) He has proven track record of effective advocacy and implementation of community based solutions for climate change mitigation and adaptation projects in front line areas India, Sri Lanka and Myanmar.
3) He meets the criteria outlined for the speaking role as he is a compelling global public speaker.
4) He has excellent competency with climate change issues, experience with presenting climate change issues in public fora, and demonstrated ability to engage constructively with a variety of stakeholders has participated at UN COP Climate Change negotiations in different countries.
5) He is available to be at UN Headquarters in NY in September and has a US visa.
|In 1993 Bremley started to work on a project to combat decertification and regenerate the desert ecosystem in Rajasthan, India, and received the WWF Prince Bernhard Scholarship for Environmental Leadership in 1997. 2 years later he joined the Global Environment Facility Division of UNDP and worked on biodiversity protection in Tamil Nadu, India. Subsequently he worked in New York with the Commission on Sustainable Development Secretariat at UN/ Agenda 21. Bremley was later appointed by the Prime Minister to represent his country at the UN Millennium Summit where he addressed the 2000 Millennium Assembly. In 2001 Bremley joined the Permanent Mission of India and worked at the UN Ambassador’s office. He then graduated from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs with a Master of International Affairs degree in Environmental Policy Studies. Later he joined the Environment Department of the World Bank on linking poverty reduction and environmental management funded by DFID, EU, UNDP and World Bank. Bremley completed his Master of Philosophy on Sustainable Forest Management and Rural Livelihood Strategies at the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2007 and completed his Doctor of Philosophy degree, impacts of climate change on indigenous peoples, at the Intercultural Open University. He is the Co-founder of the Global Youth Action Network and sits on the Board of Directors of PCI Media Impact and Humanitad Foundation. Founder and Director, the CSO Worldview Impact is a Social Enterprise is creating a sustainable future by mitigating climate change at the grassroots level. His global team is currently working on addressing sustainability issues working with local partners in nine pilot countries crossing continents. They are engaging consumers and producers in developed countries on issues concerning climate change and poverty encouraging them to lead more sustainable lifestyles and produce greener products, reducing individual and corporate carbon footprints. The funds raised from their carbon offsetting initiatives, are then used to support local climate change mitigation and adaptation projects like reforestation, renewable energy, sustainable livelihoods, waste reduction and recycling, water harvesting and conservation, equity and gender empowerment in developing countries in line with the SDGs. Dr. Bremley W Lyngdoh an indigenous youth leader was born in Shillong - The Scotland of the East located in the highlands of Meghalaya in North East India and left home at 17 on a mission: To see Sustainable Development pushed and practiced across the planet. His experience at the 1995 United Nations 50th Anniversary Assembly in New York left him convinced that helping people build a better life through social, environmental, and economic development was what he wanted to do. He returned to India to join the Consortium of Indian Scientists for Sustainable Development and worked on a project to combat climate change and to regenerate the desert ecosystem in Rajasthan. Soon followed the prestigious WWF Prince Bernhard Scholarship for Environmental Leadership. |
Bremley then joined UNDP and worked on the Gulf of Mannar climate and biodiversity protection project in Tamil Nadu. This led to a move to New York to join the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development Secretariat where he worked with the different major groups of Agenda 21. His Prime Minister in India then appointed him as the Youth Ambassador for his country at the UN Millennium Summit where he addressed world leaders at the 2000 Millennium Assembly. He then joined the Environment Department of the World Bank and worked on linking poverty reduction and environmental management by analyzing policy challenges and opportunities after which he moved to Boston and joined the Education Development Center. As an explorer he has traveled to 50 counties around the world on different missions and speaks 5 languages.
Bremley received post graduate degrees from Columbia University in the USA, the London School of Economics in the UK, the University of Geneva in Switzerland and the Intercultural Open University in the Netherlands. He has a dual Ph.D. in Sustainable Development from the Azteca University in Mexico and the Central University in Nicaragua. He is the Founder and CEO of Worldview Impact, the Co-Founder of the Global Youth Action Network and Co-Chairs the United Nations CSD Education Caucus. Bremley is a fellow of the International Open University Foundation in Delaware, USA serving the Foundation by assisting learners to develop climate resilience programmes that will help people around the world build a better life through social, environmental, and economic development.
|https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-C7p3oTjzGkRTduTFFLWGt3aFE/edit?usp=sharing https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=2635468&trk=tab_pro||• https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B-C7p3oTjzGka2lfUDRnNkNhTEk&usp=sharing|
•Additional Writing - Book: "High on Life: Stories of Hope, Change, and Leadership" - http://www.amazon.ca/High-Life-Stories-Change-Leadership/dp/0981049028/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top
• Speaking, TEDx & YouTube: "Creating a sustainable business for a sustainable future - Worldview Impact story" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veVbySCha18
- CARBON NEUTRAL DANCE! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMhyYWbUCSs
- SHANGPUNG MISSION FOCUS GROUP MEETING IN WEST JAINTIA HILLS - OVERVIEW https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7398my36Bx0
- ECO-NATION SUPER FLYWAY https://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=10150173011050724
- GRAND FINALE OF WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2014 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDmroxdnZIA
Blog: "THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE HIMALAYAN HIGHLANDER'S LIFE!" http://bremley.blogspot.com/ TEDxPerm Talk in Russia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veVbySCha18
TEDxNHH Talk in Norway https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuJQpNKERtA
MTV Switch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yReo5J1aRX0
State of the World https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gw0FZDfNiVU
Carbon Neutral https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gannZwQNTk
World Bank http://blogs.worldbank.org/youthink/paradise-farms-conflict-resolution-tea-carbon-free-condoms-and-other-important-matters
Black View http://backview.eu/great-minds-can-change-the-world/
Climate Change and the Post Carbon Future http://rioplus20education.info/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/energy-revolution-FINAL.pdf
|8/7/2014 1:10:33||Iniciativa Construyendo Puentes||Osver Polo Carrascoemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Osver Jaime Polo Carrasco||Iniciativa Construyendo Puentes||www.construyendo-puentes.org||Peruano||Peru||Masculino||42||ingles||Participado en el proceso de las negociaciones COP15 hasta la COP20|
Asimismo soy parte de las red internacional miembro de tck tck tck, campaña por la justicia climatica
Soy coordinador de la iniciativa construyendo puentes, redes latinoamericanas frente al cambio climatico integrado por 14 redes
Soy parte y miembro del movimiento ciudadano frente al cambio climatico MOCICC y del espacio Grupo Peru COP20
|Soy educador ambiental, estudie un curso en la UNESCO Chile, 2000|
Coordinador para Peru Campaña a Limpiar el Mundo (UNEP), Llamado Mundial a la Accion contra la Pobreza (GCAP)
Participado del forum social mundial 2004-2009
Trabajado para CEDEP, MOCICC y CONADES en Lima Peru
|8/7/2014 3:09:56||Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development||Leanne Sajorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Bianca Hakena Carwinn||Leitana Nehan Women's Development Agency/ Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development||None/ www.apwld.org||Papua New Guinea||Papua New Guinea||Female||34||Halia, PNG Pidgin, English||Bianca is from Bougainville, Papua New Guinea. She works with Leitana Nehan Women’s Development Agency, an organization that she assisted in founding to restore peace to the civil war and blockage-torn island. Bianca experienced firsthand the devastation that can happen from mining led and exploitative economies. Therefore she works to strengthen the capacity of other non-government organizations in Bougainville as well as to influence high-level peace processes, with particular focus on equal rights for women to participate in development. Bianca is a young woman researcher, now working with the Atolls community who are in the frontlines of the impacts of climate change. She uses Feminist Participatory Action Research to support women from the Carteret Islands to determine their development future. Bianca would like to attend the climate summit to support her colleague Agnes Kinaka, from Carteret Islands, as well as in her own capacity as a human rights and climate justice advocate.||Bianca Hakena has been a young human rights defender and activist since she was 17yrs old. She was 12yrs when the crisis broke out in Bougainville. She experienced terror witnessing homes being burnt, women dying in child birth etc. She completed Grade 10 in 1996 at Hutjena Secondary School and attended various international trainings on gender and human rights and conflict transformation, peace-building and has been a trainer on human rights. Bianca has a passion for helping young people and women. Bianca helped her mother mobilize young people during the Bougainville Crisis. Her mother was her model. She journeyed through difficult years understanding women’s issues. In the last 5 years she was sent to do monitoring visit to the Atolls on the organization’s volunteers working there. This was when she came face to face with the hardship faced by the Carterets people on Climate Change. She became a listener and listened to women’s stories. It was a journey that broadened her view on the people and the plight of Carterets women. She learnt to give her time and energy to help advocate for these vulnerable people. She is also a counselor and assists women and girls access justice. She writes interim protection orders for victims/survivors and impact statements which women use in court. Bianca is currently a mentor for the Feminist Participatory Action Research for the Carterets Climate Change Refugees.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/o2o7gjjdlasn08e/Research%20Report%20Bianca%20Hakena%20Carwinn.docx|
|8/7/2014 3:39:57||Ecological Movement "BIOM"||Anna Kirilenkoemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Anna Kirilenko||Ecological Movement "BIOM"||www.biom.kg||Kyrgyz Republic||Kyrgyzstan||Female||35||Russian, English||Anna has proven track record of effective advocacy or implementation of community based solutions for climate change mitigation or adaptation, and has competency with climate change issues, experience with presenting climate change issues in public fora, and demonstrated ability to engage constructively with a variety of stakeholders. Anna conducted a study on "Gender, Climate Change and the Environment", has developed a section on gender and climate in national profile on climate change in the Kyrgyz Republic. Repeatedly made presentations at national and international fora, including those representing the study "Gender, Climate Change and the Environment" at the Global Earth Summit Rio +20||I was born in 1978 in Frunze, Kyrgyz Republic, the Soviet Union, |
I went to school with 1986-1996, the
In 1996, I went to National University on elective Biology.
In 1996 I joined the youth environmental organization "BIOM", where he works to this day.
In 2000 I entered the Faculty of Law of the Kyrgyz Nashional State University.
in 2003 I got married.
in 2005 became one of the developers of Standards environmental assessment legislation, which passed the legislation.
in 2009, I gave birth to daughter
in 2010 conducted an environmental assessment of the project of the new constitution of the Kyrgyz Republic
in 2011 initiated Addiction against hunting Red animals in the Kyrgyz Republic
in 2011 conducted an environmental assessment of the project budget Kyrgyzkoy Republic
in 2012, took part in the World Summit Rio +20
from 2012 y executive director EM "BIOM"
in 2013 entered into force on development national programs and plans of the Kyrgyz Republic for the transition to sustainable development 2013-2017 (blocks of water, protection of the environment)
2014 working as part of an expert group to develop strategies for the Ministry of Economy of the Kyrgyz Republic
|https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4XgF99pmZ46Y1k3bzA3VUJGSFU/edit?usp=sharing||1. Study on "Gender, Climate Change and the Environment"http://www.biom.kg/portfolio-item/genderclimate_2013/|
2.Enviromental expertize Budget of Kyrgyzstan for 2013 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yq50V825FEI&list=TLkC8xL72kOmUwWOV88-_tuBn6Sjvz2Clp
3. Parliamentary Hearings Hunting Law
4. Environmental security in the Sustainable Development of KR https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPUNp8MB4TU&list=PL_eyRBFxhZhBFhHTYmd3y4YJJvpQQoiwv
|8/7/2014 6:13:28||Kaknock Foundation||Enoch Kakande||kaknockfoundation||No||Namirembe Dorothy||Kaknock Foundation||www.kaknockfoundation.webs.com||Uganda||Uganda||Female||39||English||Madam Namirembe Dorothy is a Senior Programs officer of Kaknock Foundation. |
• Experienced in executing at least one project from end to end (conceptualization to conclusion)
• Broad knowledge with strong technical knowledge and experience in; Environmental Management, Non Communicable Diseases, Maternal and Child Health, HIV/ AIDS & TB.
• Strong program management skills including strategic planning and work plan development with a strong focus on maintaining quality across project milestones
• Experience in financial management and in preparing and monitoring budgets
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills in the English language and
• Excellent computer skills, particularly Microsoft Office software
• Detail-oriented and well-organized; able to manage multiple priorities; function in group and team settings; and work with a minimum of supervision and direction
• Ability to undertake regular travel required including out station travel
|Miss Namirembe Dorothy was born in Mityan district of Uganda, by Mr. and Mrs. Mary Musoke Adonia. She attended her primary school in several schools due to the war in their hometown. In1986 she completed her primary education and joined kampala high school now called Agha Khan for her O’levels. |
Her education was interrupted when she became pregnant and got married to her current husband Mr.Abdul Ssebandeke. After giving birth to her baby, she resumed her studies at A ‘Level and managed to pass with two principle passes. She went on and joined the National Teachers College Mubende under the Institute of Teacher Education Kyambogo and was awarded a Diploma in secondly education in 1998.About this time she gave birth to their second baby girl.
In 1998 teacher Dorah was baptized in the Seventh - day Adventist church denomination. This was her turning point, it was the most important decision in her life, it changed her outlook on life. As her relationship developed with God, Teacher Dorah learnt a very important lesson in her life that the most satisfying thing in life is to do something for others in which one has no personal interest; something that contributes to their wellbeing .The church is her second family.
Miss Namirembe Dorothy is currently residing at Namulonge due to her job. Her official home is at Mityana where her two children live with their father. She often stays at her official home on weekends.
In 2011 Dorothy joined Kaknock foundation as senior program Officer. She is currently working as a Teacher at Outspan School Namulonge as well as playing her role as a Volunteer Senior Programs Officer at Kaknock Foundation- Child Youth grassroot Center.
|8/7/2014 6:43:49||Asian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development||Mr. Ramon San Pascualfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Ramon San Pascual||Asian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development||www.afppd.org||Philippines||Thailand||Male||55||English||The nominee is an Executive director of The Asian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development (AFPPD). AFPPD is a regional non-governmental organisation which serves as a coordinating body of twenty seven National Committees of Parliamentarians on Population and Development across Asia and the Pacific.For over 30 years, AFPPD has been playing a crucial role in engaging parliamentarians across the region in a wide variety of issues related to population and development such as reproductive health, family planning, food security, water resources, sustainable development, environment, ageing, urbanization, migration, HIV/AIDS, and gender equality. AFPPD’s current model for change is aimed at educating and motivating parliamentarians to take up the challenge of bringing about legislative reforms and drive change on population and development issues in their respective countries.||Ramon is the Executive Director of the Asian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development. Ramon holds a Bachelor in Political Economics and has a Master’s in Public Health of the University of Washington Seattle, WA. USA. He started his professional experience at the Philippine Peasant Institute as a Researcher in 1986 after which he became the Secretary General of the NGO Coalition for Cooperative Development, which was a pioneer network which focused on the promotion and development of self-help enterprise among the poor after which he continued to work in rural development, social advocacy and change management. In 2003 he was an International Fellow for the Gates-Packard Population Leadership Program, in Washington USA that triggered his interest to work in building leadership on population issues, family planning, and reproductive health. Before his position of ED at AFPPD, he was the Executive Director of the Philippine Legislators’ Committee on Population and Development (PLCPD) from 2001 to April 2012.||https://docs.google.com/a/afppd.org/document/d/1m0g6JMLYYirWDdFcaCYTcJALRhv8Vwb8kHz6T6hDj6A/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/a/afppd.org/file/d/0B179-38KbbkeN3NWaHZXSTVVcVE/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/7/2014 6:54:28||Climate Action Network||Ria Voorhaaremail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Ria Voorhaar||Climate Action Network||climatenetwork.org||Australian||Germany||Female||33||English||Ria Voorhaar is the head of communications coordination for Climate Action Network International (CAN) - a network of over 900 organisations from 100 countries working to stop climate change. Having worked on communicating climate change to various audiences for the last 8 years, Ria has extensive experience coordinating civil society communications within UN bodies such as the UNFCCC and the IPCC. She has become a go-to person for reporters around the world on climate issues. She coordinates a global communications working group on the Summit with members from unions, faith groups, major environmental and developmental organisations and networks. She seeks to use these connections to work with all civil society representatives inside the Summit to communicate effectively on it, providing a vital link between the inside and the outside mobilisations and activities. She is available to travel to New York for the Summit and could obtain a visa for that purpose.||Ria Voorhaar joined CAN - International in November 2012 as the Communications Coordinator. With over 10 years experience in journalism and communications, Ria has a strong track record for devising and driving innovative, issues-led campaigns which achieve major media coverage. She has been part of the climate movement since 2007 having worked for Greenpeace and TckTckTck - the Global Campaign for Climate Action. Ria also has a strong online and social media background having previously worked as a member of an Australian television station’s online news team. After that, she helped CHOICE in Australia gain nation-wide media recognition for its important advocacy work. In 2000, she graduated from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Politics. She is honored to be working for CAN International in order to do what she can to help stop catastrophic climate change. In particular, she is passionate about communicating climate change's disproportionate impact on people in the developing world.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2wwMtX28gxRQU9DUmlpdm9ROG8/edit?usp=sharing||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QrENDRf9YY1jAAfnKUrsrjLFzP2kVMj70hH-g8zYU0A/edit|
|8/7/2014 8:10:45||O AND A CONSULTING||PRISCILLIA IORHEMBAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||OYEBANJI OLUWAYOMI ADEGBOYEGA||O AND A CONSULTING||NIGERIA||NIGERIA||MALE||40||ENGLISH||A COMMITTED ADVOCATE FOR CLIMATIC CHANGE CAMPAIGNER |
IN NIGERIA,A BELIEVER IN DEGRADATION OF AFRICA CLIMATE BY THE PEOPLE,TRYING TO PROMOTE THE NEED FOR POSITIVE
PROGRESS IN IMPROVING THE ENVIRONMENT.
Currently Oyebanji Oluwayomi is the Program Consultant Manager of O & A Consulting Group, Nigeria Project Office and Programmes. Under the International Division, Environmental Department, Reporting to Humanitarian Department Adviser.O & A Consulting Group is a Non Governmental Organization,that provides transitional development and relief assistance to communities in need around all States,in Nigeria.
He have a key responsibilities of carrying out sustainable assessments and management reviews, also providing management with recommendations for action/working directly implementing Environmental project action plan.
Providing expert advice on development related matters in the project context by gathering information from other organizations and institutions and representing O & A in development meetings with other agencies.
Assist in developing high quality Environmental program management systems in line with the development policy and management approach. Preparing regular reports and summaries of work and recommendation to national organizations ,other N.G.O s, ensuring that relevant information is documented and shared with headquarter. Through is previous work experience, he have gathered good work skills and can able to present is ideas in a fluent and confident manner. He have learnt to work toward, and achieve is aims with great commitment and perseverance. An opportunity with your organization will be of great interest to him and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
|https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B91DpQu3tipQdkc1Y1FiZE9VOGs/edit?usp=sharing||In every leadership|
position that he held, he distinguished himself with
his keen mind, ability and talents.
There is not one
sphere of special activity in Rotary/Rotaract district
9120, also in Nigeria in which he has not played a
|8/7/2014 9:17:27||Pak Central Asia Youth Organization||Nawab Syed Joharemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Nawab Syed Johar||Pak Central Asia Youth Organization||http//www.facebook.com/joharnawab/||Pakistani||Pakistan||male||50||English - Urdu||I am looking in the future of world in the 1st Century for Environmental subject its very large challenging for both national and international communities and countries to face today this issue, in my opinion environment problem its one of the most important topic to be discussed in this fist challenging for our world climate change. Because world Humanitarian needs it is the basis of right to get a better environment system. The future of the world communities and society depends largely on the better environment system all our the globalize environmental it is very important for every human. Today in all over the world we all know that social Media is the main role in the cooperation of national and international community for the environment, social and peace development of world. The national International community are the main pillars of world development.||I am Syed Johar Nawab father name of Syed Mehar Nawab adult gender male date of birth 11th jan 1964 place of birth at karachi.that I am national of Pakistan and national Identity card number 42501-3756937-1,passport number AF9639372, residential and postal address # B-7/491 Hasnain society jaffar e tayar malir city karachi Pakistan that is I am agreed and understand that as under this information I am founder/president of the Pak Central Asia Youth Organization this is non-profit and non-political youth organization since its founded in 24th Nov ember 2004.the organization has consultative states with voluntary social welfare work for human rights and humanitarian relief work and community development and national disaster work under the registration and control authority community development department government of sindh karachi pakistan affiliate with ministry sports culture and youth and the board of executive committee through with supports children,and womens ,youth education, culture, sports,peace and environment for the society and communities development programm the basis of its action and services work for the promotion of youth and youth organization in program areas such as population health environment peace and youth participation in decision marking processthe youth leadership insocial sheep and human development and support encourage the national and international movements for voluntary in conflict works respect stander of understanding and cooperation with other culture assist in the development of youth and to promote by mutual work of voluntary youth organization,||https://www.dropbox.com/s/j6xuz9a7bd4wilh/pak%20letter%20head.docx||https://www.dropbox.com/s/rdpmysj22ixietq/pak%201%20001.jpg|
|8/7/2014 9:49:47||DR.Congo Climate Change Network (DRCCCN)||MWIKIZE CHRISTOPHEfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||ZAGABE KAMANYULA Appolinaire||National Congolese Youth Coalition on Climate Change||www.cnjccc.org||Congolese(DRC)||Congo||Malr||28||French, English,Swahili||The candidate meets the criterias to his activisms and leadership in promoting a safe environment in Africa and in particular in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The candidate is influential in the country and plays a big role to beinging together the civil society organisations involved in environment and Climate Change in the country. His participation wil he helpful in the country and other activists in the country, for implimenting lessons learnt from other participants.||Born on 11th December,1985 at Iko in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Founder of PEPA/NGO (Pleaders of Children and Elderly People at risk), a nonprofit that is operating in DR.Congo and Uganda, Law Master’s degree holder (International Laws (General) )at Kampala International University, Uganda and in possession of a bachelor’s degree in Politic Science, International Relations from the University of Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo, with experience and skills in various domains in the local community such as, 6 Years serving as Human rights AND Environment activist and Coordinator at Pleaders of Children and Elderly People at Risk, Founder of the National Congolese Youth Coalition on Climate Change, 2 year as the Secretary at Human rights Defenders Solidarity Network, with many trainings on International Politics and Diplomacy from the world best Universities and institutions including the University of Utrecht, Netherlands, University of Leuven- Belgium, Foreign Affairs Ministry of Italy, Human rights, HIV-AIDS,Child protection and in possession of high communication, research and training skills.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B74-ropxkAEzTkM3VGcwcHVoaVE/edit?usp=sharing||http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SftdoyaerTw|
|8/7/2014 10:09:05||Bahrain Women Association for Human Development||Fatima Abbas Hussain Frutanemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Fatima Abbas Hussain Mohammed Ali||Bahrain Women Association for Human Development||http://en.bahrainws.org/||Bahraini||Kingdom of Bahrain||Female||27||English - Arabic||Fatima is 27 years old, she is Head of Environmental Citizenship Program in Bahrain Women Association for Human Development since 2008. |
During this time she has worked with the program on climate change, adopted and spread awareness about Earth Charter, MDGs & SDG, Environment education for kids and many more issues.
She has presented many workshops and speeches in GCC and Arab countries and Europe.
Having a candidate like Fatima can obtain an opportunity to the Arabian Gulf Countries (Gulf Cooperated Countries GCC) to focus on Climate Change issue specially that GCC has high GDP because of the oil and gas with massive consuming community and many climate change challenges.
June 2013 - Level 5 Certificate in Leadership and Management, Institute of Leadership & Management ilm, UK
Feb 2013 - Managing Individuals Development, BIBF
July 2010 - BSc. Banking & Finance, University of Bahrain (UoB)
June 2004 - Commercial High School Diploma, Al-Isteqlal Com. Secondary School
Work & Training Experiences:
Sep 11 – Up-to-Date: Al Hanan KG, Deputy Principle.
Dec 07 – Mar 11: Reza Hygiene, Marketing & Support Services Manager
Jul – Aug 07: Ahli United Bank, Trainee
Feb 06 – Aug 07: Be-Free center, Training Program Coordinator
May 04: Kuwait Finance House, Trainee
2007 – Up-to-date: Head of Environmental Citizenship Program
2008 – Up-to-date: Board Member of Bahrain Women Association - for Human Development
Some of Presentations & Papers:
Dec 2011: Presented a paper “Eye on Earth Summit”, Abu Dhabi, UAE
March 2008: Presented a paper “Learning Leadership through Civil Society Engagement”
Women in Global Leaders Conference - Zayed University, Dubai, UAE.
Some of Conference Attended/Participated:
19 -12 Nov 13: UN Women Regional meeting for women parliamentarians and young leaders from 17 countries of the Arab States region with participation of media professionals.
Sep 12: UNEP Regional Consultative Meeting RCM, UAE.
03-07 Dec 11: “UN Climate Change Conference COP18/CMP8”, Qatar.
03-05 Sep 11: “UN DPI civil society’s 46th conference-responsible citizens”, Germany.
June -July 2011 “Euro-Arab youth collaboration for more sustainable world”- Online youth sustainability leadership course, Earth Charter.
27-29 Sep 09: “2nd Arab Roundtable Meeting on Sustainable Consumption and Production in the League of Arab States”, Egypt
19-22 April 08: “Resource Mobilization for Women Rights and Movements in the Middle East and North Africa” MENA conference, AWID – Morocco
21-23 Feb 06: “The Child between the mother tongue and communication with the modern world” conference, Qatar.
30-31 May 06: Regional Workshop “Child Friendly Budgeting”, Shura Council, Bahrain.
|8/7/2014 11:30:31||Women Environmental Programme (WEP)||Ms. Priscilla M. Achakpafirstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||Yes||Queensley Onorode Ajuyakpe||Women Environmental Programme (WEP)||www.wepnigeria.net||Nigerian||Nigeria||Female||31||English, French (Basic), Hausa, Yoruba, Urhobo||The nominee is a Programme Manager with Women Environmental Programme (WEP) with experience on Environment and Governance issues. She is articulate on issues of climate change, actions, project development and management in globally. She engages/promotes grassroot mobilization, advocacy and lobbying of stakeholders with a strong bias for gender and youth empowerment. She represented WEP and civil society groups at United Nations Economic Commission for Africa specifically on the 8th African Development Forum: Governing and Harnessing Natural Resources for Africa’s Development in Ethiopia, 2012 and at United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) where she worked with, made presentations on behalf of Women Major Groups on position statements at the 14th Global Major Groups and Stakeholders Forum in Kenya, 2013. She has made presentations, gave talks on climate change, water, gender, etc. on live radio, television as well as serve as panelist at discussions.||Queensley O. Ajuyakpe has over 5 years’ experience working with the grassroots on environmental and governance issues focusing on gender and youths. She works with WEP as a Programme Manager to take and implement actions on sustainable development; she represents and participates on issues of national/international discourse as it affects vulnerable groups as well as represents the interest of civil society groups. As part of a larger team she researched on Assessment of Gender Knowledge and Awareness, Vulnerability and Adaptation Strategies to the Impacts of Climate Change in Northern Nigeria, in 2011 with funding support from CIDA, implemented projects that promote renewable energy in Nigeria supported by Irish Aid in 2012, implemented projects to reduce tensions among farmers and pastoralist caused by scarce resources heightened through climate change supported by UNDP and EU in 2013.|
With passion for development work, she engages in advocacies/community mobilization, project development/management, interfacing with the various stakeholders for partnership, networking and fund mobilization. These engagements have built her capacity to identify, analyze and interact with institutions on the challenges of vulnerable groups and threats to their livelihoods through dynamic programs across Nigeria. Born in the northern part of Nigeria and experienced series of ethnic and religious conflicts, she has taken it upon herself to contribute to the society through development programmes that addresses environmental injustice. She is skilled in fundraising, networking, use of computer and social media. She holds a PGD in Business Administration, Nassarawa State University, Higher National Diploma in Human Resource Management, Kaduna Polytechnic, Certificate in Conflict Analysis, United State Institute for Peace (USIP) and Certificate from Weitz Centre of Development Studies, Rehovot, Israel on Mainstreaming Poverty-Environmental Linkages into Planning/Development. She is very active in volunteering activities and a member of various networks on gender and climate change in Africa/Nigeria since 2010, she is member of a selection committee under the Nigerian Youths Climate Action Network that has being involve in the screening/selection of youths to present Nigeria and Africa’s interest at the UNFCCC. She is a member of African Youths Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC) and has contributed in disseminating information on best practices relating to climate change.
|8/7/2014 11:38:25||Population Action International||A.Tianna Scozzarofirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Suzanne Ehlers||Population Action International||www.populationaction.org||USA||United States||Female||40||English, French||As a steering committee member for the Global Gender and Climate Alliance, the Population & Sustainable Development Alliance, U.S- based Green Group and many other affiliations, Suzanne and PAI has been recognized for our bench depth on women, population and climate. Population, gender and environment are critical components to a convresation about climate adaptation and resilience. As we carry the overall charge of ensuring that a gender perspective is incorporated in climate change policies, programs, and initiatives globally -- women's health must be a central piece of that agenda.||Suzanne Ehlers, President & CEO of Population Action International, has worked for the last 15 years to promote women’s health, rights and empowerment across the globe. She has carried out this work at PAI for the past decade and has led the organization since 2009. Ms. Ehlers and PAI build the case for women’s health as an integral development issue that impacts everything from the environment, to state stability, to food security. Under her leadership, PAI leads U.S. and global advocacy for international family planning, and provides key technical and financial resources to partners in Africa, South Asia and Latin America. Ms. Ehlers has repeatedly served on the U.S. government delegation to the United Nations’ Commission on Population and Development. She is also a founding member of the re-established Global Health Council, and she is an Environmental Leadership Liaison for Rachel’s Network, a network of women leaders dedicated to the stewardship of the earth. Ms. Ehlers has previously served on the Board of Directors of the Janelia Family Foundation and The Biodiversity Project as well as the Steering Committee of the Asia Pacific Alliance, a Bangkok-based reproductive health group. Ms. Ehlers is a frequent speaker on reproductive health issues and has been profiled by New York Times columnist Nick Kristof, National Journal and Grist. She was honored as one of Devex’s “40 under 40” International Development Leaders for 2011 and as a 2012 Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.|
Prior to joining PAI, Ms. Ehlers was an Associate Program Officer at the Wallace Global Fund. At Wallace she supported a grantmaking portfolio that broke new ground in the fields of sustainable forestry and international financial institution reform, as well as laid the early foundation for philanthropic engagement on climate change. Ms. Ehlers served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Central African Republic (CAR) following her graduation from Cornell University with a degree in Government. Ms. Ehlers speaks French and Sango (language of the CAR) conversationally and is an avid traveler and baker. She resides in Washington, DC, with her husband and two young daughters.
|8/7/2014 12:45:58||Centre for Sustainable Development (CSD)||Professor Jack Gouldingemail@example.com||Yes||Renuka Bharat Thakore||Centre for Sustainable Development||http://www.uclan.ac.uk/research/explore/groups/centre_sustainable_development.php||Indian||United Kingdom||Female||52||English, Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi.||CSD is an established institution for leading world-class research in the field of Sustainable Development. Renuka has represented CSD research, especially in ‘Sustainability in Built Environment Practices’ at various conferences. She was selected as expert panellist to share her experience for energy efficiency measures in the UK housing sector, especially how developing countries can learn developed countries to strengthen their policies and procedures. Renuka possesses knowledge of climate change issues; constructively engages with the variety of stakeholders; and develop mitigation and adaptation strategies. Her successful projects include the Mayor of London Green Procurement Code Award and Surrey Sustainable Business Partnership. Her research projects include financial impacts of certified management systems; and developing a conceptual stakeholder engagement model for housing sustainability. She holds visa to travel to the US and would be available for UN 2014 Climate Summit.||Renuka Thakore is researcher at the CSD, the GB School of ACE, University of Central Lancashire (UCLan). Her research domains are Sustainability, Natural and Built Environment, Transition Management and Strategic Niche Management, and Technology and Society. Before embarking in research, she acquired wide knowledge of sustainability in built environment through post-graduation Master course in the Kingston University, UK. She successfully delivered an ambitious programme on Sustainable Procurement in 2009 for the Mayor of London Green Procurement Code Award. She analysed performance of many large companies and local public authorities of London against Flexible Framework for sustainable procurement; scored them competitively for various levels of awards and reduction in carbon emissions, successfully delivering the programme. She researched on the improved financial benefits due to certification for management systems for BSI from 2010 to 2012. She is a reviewer for ALAM CIPTA: International Journal of Sustainable Tropical Design Research and Practice; and Construction Innovation: Information, Process, Management. She is member of several prestigious organisations such as IEMA, CIWM, RICS and CIH. She is steering member of H&S CIWM, and SIG member of EMS IEMA, and LCBPC. She has presented in several international conferences including GRE 2014, Tokyo, Japan; B S Lab Symposium 2014, Rome, Italy; AIE 2013, Penn State, US; ASCE 2012, Texas, US; ISDRC 2012, Hull, England; STDCC 2012, Kuala Lumpur. Her interest in innovation and practical intervention has led her to conduct research in real-world organisational settings to demonstrate the effectiveness of strategies in reducing ambiguities arising from every increasing compliance to regulations in achievement of sustainability excellency. She believes that interdisciplinary, cross-sectional and multi-perspective characteristics of the system need to be simultaneously directed for the development of sustainability in a societal human-environmental interactive system. Her PhD project is in advanced stage aiming to develop a conceptual stakeholder engagement model for advancement of sustainability in housing using two analytical dimensions such as governance and institutional management; and financial and political support; for societal processes. She is a compelling public speaker and a great influencer as she brings in wide experiences from developed as well as developing countries.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5X8GKQS3lgEOC1lWU5Vd1EweFk/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5X8GKQS3lgEZEFMX3JQT2xnTjg/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/7/2014 12:57:16||Taiwan Youth Climate Coalition||Sarah Chenfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Sarah Chen||Taiwan Youth Climate Coalition||http://en.twycc.org.tw/||Taiwan ROC||Taiwan||Female||26||English, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese||Sarah is currently an ambassador of TWYCC, one of Taiwan’s most active NGOs combating climate change. She has participated in several radio talk shows, given lectures, led workshops and travelled to Kuwait for an NGO networking event on behalf of TWYCC and Taiwan. Coming from an environmental science background and having volunteered extensively since her college years for the Southampton local council and other environmental NGOs, co-founded and ran her own environmental NGO demonstrates her commitment to the environment. Her previous work experiences also show her passion as well as her knowledge on the environment, especially climate change. Though Sarah has worked mainly with youths, she has attended several climate change and other environment-related conferences and networking events on behalf of TWYCC and is used to engaging with a wide variety of stakeholders. Furthermore, she’s already in possession of an American visa and is available to travel to NY in September.||Sarah was born and raised in Venezuela to Taiwanese parents. After graduating from an international school, she moved to the UK to pursue higher education. Upon graduating from the University of Southampton with a BSc Environmental Science degree, she moved to Taiwan, where she started working full time as a research assistant/project manager in National Taiwan University’s (NTU) Civil Engineering department, developing educational computer games about water issues. She simultaneously worked part time at Radio Taiwan International (RTI) as an international Spanish radio host, producing a program dedicated to Taiwan and its natural environment. Sarah was also the lead contributor to the environment column of a local English magazine called Centered on Taipei. Furthermore, she co-founded Taiwan’s first youth environmental NGO in 2011, Taiwan Youth Climate Coalition (TWYCC), where it later gained legal status in 2012. She was involved with the NGO’s media department and managed the translation department. Though she has now moved on to the advisory board and passed on her responsibilities to other youth successors, she remains an active participant in TWYCC-led events. Later in 2013, Sarah left her posts at NTU and RTI to pursue other plans but currently works as a freelance writer, translator, photographer and English tutor in Taipei, and is still very much active in the global environmental movement as the ambassador for both TWYCC and Ecosia (a growing green search engine).||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BylKiUajevkQUVdYRXhyRjhpM28/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BylKiUajevkQOEl3SHJyVE1zNUk/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/7/2014 13:14:03||Indigenous Peoples of Africa Coordinating Committee||Dr Nigel Crawhallemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Kanyinke Sena||IPACC||Kenya||Kenya||Male||43||English||Mr. Sena has conducted extensive community trainings climate change generally and REDD+ in particular in many Africa countries including Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa and Republic of Congo among others. Mr. Sena has also written extensively on REDD+ and community rights. Mr. Sena is an articulate speaker. Currently, Mr. Sena is a Doctorate in Law student at the University of Arizona in the United States and his dissertation focuses on carbon credit schemes and community rights in Africa. Mr. Sena therefore also has a US visa.||Mr. Sena has been following the UNFCCC reduced emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) negotiations since 2006 and has served in the UNREDD Policy Board (http://www.un-redd.org/PolicyBoard/tabid/102628/Default.aspx) and has also been part of the World Bank’s Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (https://www.forestcarbonpartnership.org). Mr. Sena is also part of the REDD+ Social and Environmental safeguards committee (http://www.redd-standards.org). |
Mr. Sena has conducted extensive community trainings climate change generally and REDD+ in particular in many Africa countries including Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa and Republic of Congo among others. Mr. Sena has also written extensively on REDD+ and community rights. Mr. Sena is an articulate speaker.
Currently, Mr. Sena is a Doctorate in Law student at the University of Arizona in the United States and his dissertation focuses on carbon credit schemes and community rights in Africa. Mr. Sena therefore also has a US visa.
|8/7/2014 13:16:40||Fundación para Estudio e Investigación de la Mujer -FEIM||Mabel Biancofirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Marcela Alicia Ballara Soto||ICAE||http://www.icae2.org/index.php/es/||Chile||Chile||Female||67||Spanish, English, Portuguese||Marcela Ballara is a former FAO senior gender and development officer working for 10 years in the LAC region. She has intensively worked in climate change issues, on the impact on rural and indigenous women in the region. During her work she has supported the development of gender sensitive policies, programs and strategies for gender mainstreaming in poverty, education and climate change. She conducted activities aiming at drawing a DRR model at community level and produced a toolkit for DRR&EP including Risk Management and Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment towards disaster response in Mozambique. She supported projects to help reduce women's risk addressing their vulnerabilities and increasing their capacities and participation in DRR&EP and climate change mitigation, adaptation activities from a gender-sensitive integrated risk management perspective and equipping women with knowledge on those issues to influence planning process at central provincial and country levels.||Marcela Ballara mainly works in the formulation of national policies and strategies for gender specific needs, climate change mitigation and adaptation, DRR&EP, adult education, curriculum development, demography (migration), rural development, research, mainstreaming gender into government, international institutions and organizations of the CS. She has participated in major UN Conferences in advocacy and lobbied for gender issues. She is also part of several gender global network and organizations of the civil society where she participated as panelist, organizing seminars, workshops and other training activities addressed to women and men. Marcela has been working at international global and regional level in Sub Sahara Africa, Central Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, developing and implementing field projects, research, negotiating with governments and donor agencies. She has developed and led a Gender and Climate Change e-learning program for COLAM (University of Montreal) addressed to CSO of LAC. She also participated in several COP organizing workshop on capacity building, gender and climate change. She is currently supporting the International Council for Adult Education and Global CSO and the Red De Educacion Popular entre Mujeres, which works at regional level. She is also coordinating through REPEM_LAC a Rural Women and Climate Change e-learning program addressed to civil society organizations from the LAC region. She has a B.A. in Family Education and Home Economics, M.A in Communication and Social development and post grade studies (PHD candidate) in international education. She speaks Spanish, English, Portuguese and Swedish. She also has language proficiency in French and Italian.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2sodHZvww5TV0p3WnYyY1k0aFE/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B2sodHZvww5TQ2tYRUo0RkQtQ0k&usp=sharing|
|8/7/2014 14:01:10||Kikandwa Environmental Association; The Million Person Project||Kizito Geofrey; Heather Boxemail@example.com||Yes||Kaganga John||Kikandwa Environmental Association||www.kea.looper.hu |
|Ugandan||Uganda||Male||59||English||#1: Kaganga John is a rural farmer, community leader and environmentalist who is on a mission to support local villagers to enact sustainable development and farming practices and make the voices of these small scale farmers heard around the world. Kaganga John believes that climate stability and the implementation of successful climate policies is dependent on deep partnerships across the world. He is working to help farmers with climate mitigation models to connect out to policy makers and the international community to share that is why he was selected to participate in civil roundtable held in November 2012 in UK with members of the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post 2015 Development Agenda (HLP) to engage with the process to create the post-MDG framework and to provide members of the HLP with civil society input on several thematic areas. |
#2: I believe Kaganga is the perfect community leader to represent civil society at the UN 2014 Climate Summit. Kaganga is a rural farmer, community leader and environmentalist who is on a mission to support local villagers to enact sustainable development and farming practices and to make the voices of these small scale farmers heard around the world. Kaganga believes that climate stability and the implementation of successful climate policy is dependent on a deep partnerships across the world. Through his organization, Kikandwa Environmental Organization, he is working to help farmers with climate mitigation models to connect out to other farmers, policy makers and the international community to share. “Looking to grassroots villages across the world you will find many solutions to climate change that can be supported and scaled.” Kaganga said. “I believe we have so much good information to share with the world and through partnership we can help to bring climate stability."
|#1: Kaganga John is a retired teacher,professional food security fellow,environment and food sovereignty activists,member Beyond 2015 platform,participated and attended Rio+20 and High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post 2015 Development Agenda (HLP) to engage with the process to create the post-MDG framework and to provide members of the HLP with civil society input on several thematic areas held in UK in November 2012, a rural farmer, an innovative, passionate and charismatic leader, someone who has committed his life to the betterment of his community. He is a humble leader who invests in his fellow community members with all his heart. His humility, dedication and commitment to hard work make him a very inspiring person to be around befitting to participate in the Climate Summit. He is a Climate Hero as well a Community Hero. Beyond the work in his community, Kaganga John is very gifted in building relationships and connecting to the world via the Internet. Kaganga John adds a lot of value to the social change work in his community by strategically reaching out and recruiting supporters from around the world. During the period he stayed in the U.S, he made professional contacts which provided him with a substantive experiences through working and interacting with host communities and fellow placements made up by private, on-profit and government offices, the visit helped him to understand better the U.S citizens culture and their professional perspectives, the knowledge, skills and the friends he got during the exchange visit since 2011 have catalyzed the improvement of his livelihood and his professionalism , and the development of his organization and his country. The visit also changed his mind set to think global and act local.Since the time the Global Leaders signed the Millennium declaration Summit in New York UN- 2000, I have been following and observing how developing countries have been translating the MDGs vision into Nationally owned plans,he also followed the Pre- Rio+20 and its outcome and the Beyond 2015 advocacy goals, that is why I was selected to represent and talk on behalf of the small-scale farmers in Rio+20 in June 2012 in Brazil. |
#2: Kaganga John is a 59 year old rural farmer from Uganda, professional food security fellow, environment advocate, trainer and co-founder and Director of Kikandwa Environmental Association (KEA). KEA is an association of more than 400 peasant farmers who use innovative methods to address climate change, provide access to education and grow each communities local resilience. One example project of KEA is the Community Innovation Resource Centre which provides education to farmers on a number of different issues which include agriculture, food and nutritional security, environment management, climate change, food sovereignty, marketing, education, health, and ICT training. In March of 2011, Kaganga participated in a professional exchange program in the United States designed to increase mutual understanding between farmers of the United States and other countries. It was sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, US Department of States. During the exchange Kaganga made professional contacts which supported his personal and professional growth and has supported in developing leaders and resilience back in his community. Furthermore, when Kaganga returned home, he conducted workshops, seminars and trainings on food security, climate change and sustainable development. Kaganga has also supported farmers in his community to start producing organic soil by using the skills and knowledge gained at Growing Power located in Milwaukee-Wisconsin- USA and they now have a small business. Kaganga John was then trained by the Million Person Project to tell his personal story as it relates to his innovative work and was invited to attend Rio+20 and speak on behalf of small scale farmers in East Africa at a side event. Due to the increased confidence and inspiration he gained from his projects abroad, he was invited by Beyond 2015 and Department of International Development (DFID) to the London Meeting for the High Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the 2015 Development Agenda held in November of 2012. As a farmer and Civil Society Representative he was invited to engage in the process to create the Millenium Development Goal (MDG)-Framework and to provide the members of the panel with civil society input on the several thematic areas. Kaganga is now back in his community working hard to ensure that farmers have the education and training their need to address climate change and sustainable development.
|https://docs.google.com/document/d/12u7jD-P_Fjd88EnR5cB9ZtnLG8xDqGunyF29L6eZu6s||P.S. Please check out the two articles that havebeen published on Kaganga John in the following publications. |
Foreign Policy in Focus: http://www.fpif.org/articles/only_connect Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/heather-box/rio-plus-twenty-uganda_b_1610846.html See a video of Kaganga John at Rio+20. https://www.youtube.com/watchv=ENIk4NRcyNg&feature=plcp
|8/7/2014 14:17:32||Hopelink International||Joseph Mensahfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||ABALO,Kokou||International Youth Development Initiative||N/A||Togolese||Togo||Male||27||French,English,Ewe and Haoussa||Kokou works for IYDI as Climate Change, Environment and Water Issues manager in Ghana and Togo. Since 2009, he has been working with commitment to help mitigate adverse effects of climate change. He works also at week-ends to impart knowledge, skills, attitudes and values necessary to help people to shape a sustainable environment and future. With background in geography, rich working experience young dynamic environmentalist and proven professional qualities, his attendance will enable him exchange ideas with his colleagues from the other parts of the world; share his wealth of experience; engage with relevant stakeholders to discuss new strategies to improve their works ; help him link up with partners and identify opportunities for future collaborative works in promoting climate in Africa so as to build climate resilient communities and thus promoting sustainable development.||Kokou Abalo is a young dynamic and result oriented environmentalist with about 5 years working experience. He currently works at International Youth Development Initiative (IYDI), an initiative established to help mobilize interested youth, build their capacity to take/lead initiatives to contribute positively to development in their lives and communities. He was born in Lome in Togo in West Africa. He is well educated and as such holds Bachelor Degree in Geography from Université de Lome, Advanced Executive Certificate in Project Management and Baccalauréat D’enseignement du Troisième Degre among others. He is committed to planning and implementing relevant Climate Change compliant, Environment protection and safe Water usage programmes in Ghana and Togo. He has under his sleeve a wealth of proven qualities and experiences as a competent young environmental professional. With his influence, analytical and good interpersonal relational and multilingual skills, he is able to interact, liaise and work with different categories of people at all levels socially and professionally. Kokou has competent leadership skills, administrative/project management skills, ICT skills, and special organizing and coaching/training/teaching abilities with which he mobilizes and coaches youth and children on environmental issues. He has unique pedagogy, research, reporting and multilingual skills that help him to work effectively, promote his work and represent IYDI and the youth community effectively in various occasions locally and internationally. Having participated in various relevant programs and serving as the manager for Climate Change, Environment and Water Issues (CCEWI) with IYDI in Ghana and Togo, Mr. Kokou Abalo has built his expertise as a frontline young environmental activist whose competent managerial acumen, strong advocacy, effective leadership and multilingual persuasive communicative skills among others could be used as a springboard for promoting youth environmental activism among others so as to mitigate adverse effects of climate change and thus promote environmental sustainability locally, nationally and regionally especially in the West African sub-region.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/puyfxjq4ot5fypo/ABALO-Kokou-IYDI-CV.doc||https://www.dropbox.com/s/q67xafzcu6ucid7/ABALO-Kokou-IYDI-Sample%20Writing.doc|
|8/7/2014 14:23:06||All India Women's Conference||Usha Nairemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Usha Nair||All India Women's Conference||www.aiwc.org.in||Indian||India||Female||62||English, Hindi, Malayalam||Usha Nair has been with AIWC for more than 12 yrs holding important portfolios. Currently Member-in-charge (Climate Change and Environment). She plans and implements AIWC’s programs on these topics. Attended past three COPs (Durban; Doha; Warsaw;). AIWC was given Observer status by UNFCCC in 2013. The efforts put in by Usha Nair to get Observer status for AIWC in such a short time was appreciated by all.|
She actively worked with Collective Working Group on implementation of the Gender Decision to persuade Parties to make submissions to UNFCCC, succeeding to get 9 Parties to make Submissions. AIWC also made a submission as an Observer organisation.
She has completed with distinction a Massive Open Online Course, sponsored by World Bank through Coursera, titled Turn Down the Heat and another sponsored by University of Chicago on Global Warming, facilitated by Prof. David Archer.
She is the Co-focal Point (Global South) of Women and Gender Constituency, UNFCCC
Date of birth : 31 May, 1952
Place of birth : Trivandrum, Kerala, India
• Cotton Hill Girls’ High School, Trivandrum. (upto 10 class) 1967
• College for Women, Trivandrum (Pre-degree and B. Sc. (Physics) 1972
• University College, Trivandrum (M.Sc. (Physics) I) 1973
• Joined Syndicate Bank, wholly owned by Government of India, as Officer Grade I.
• Promoted to Officer Grade II in 1982.
• Promoted to Officer Grade III in 1993.
• Took Voluntary Retirement while serving as Head, Zonal Computer Centre, New Delhi in 2000.
• Freelance Editor, Writer from 2000.
• Voluntary worker with All India Women’s Conference from 2000. Served as Member-in-charge of different portfolios and Editor of Quarterly Journal. Elected Honourary Treasurer in 2011.
• Commenced work in Climate Change in 2011. At present Member-in-charge, Climate Change and Environment in AIWC.
• Elected Co-focal Point (Global South), Women and Gender Constituency, UNFCCC in 2014.
• Married in 1974 to Mr. P.R.Ramachandran Nair, Three sons.
|https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4Gx18KJjq7PcUpPaGhuOTRGclU/edit?usp=sharing||Articles by Usha Nair in CLIMEASIA (file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Administrator/My%20Documents/Downloads/CanAsia%20Nov.2013.pdf)|
Southern Voices Newsletter
Climate Advocacy Toolbox
Several articles have also appeared in Roshni, the quarterly newsletter of AIWC.
|8/7/2014 15:00:17||Project Gaia||Alexandra Milanofirstname.lastname@example.org||No||Brady Anne Luceno||Project Gaia||www.projectgaia.com||American||United States||Female||26||English, Spanish||Brady Luceno is the assistant director of Project Gaia Inc. (PGI), a nonprofit dedicated to promoting clean cookstoves and alcohol fuels for the developing world. She has worked at PGI since 2009 and has demonstrated an unparalleled commitment to the advancement of clean cooking technologies in communities across the world. Though only 26, Brady has a vast amount of experience in the field, writing grants and proposals, and in nonprofit management. She is an active participant in professional development activities, attending numerous international conferences and has had her work published on several occasions. Brady is an integral member of PGI and her hard work and determination continue to inspire her colleagues.||Brady manages the daily operations and resources of projects in Ethiopia, Brazil, Haiti, and new projects. Brady helps to lead the development of Project Gaia’s strategy in its humanitarian and commercialization projects, coordinating with field teams and key partners including USEPA, UNHCR and UN Foundation. Brady joined the team in January 2009, after graduating from Gettysburg College with a B.A. in Globalization Studies. She speaks Spanish and is conversational in Portuguese.||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fIP7qQuGMnGe3H7jyAEt4CCBsDqWE2TlQkZ1w-IOqqY/edit||1. Co-author. “Using Emergency Interventions for Sustainable Development- Jumpstarting the Transition from Woodfuels to Liquid Biofuels”. Boiling Point Issue 59: Energy in Conflict and Emergency Relief.|
2. Co-author: “Ethanol as a Household Fuel in Madagascar (Component B): Health Benefits, Economic Assessment and Review of African Lessons for Scaling up”. World Bank, Practical Action, Dec 2010.
|8/7/2014 16:05:28||Réseau Action Climat||Celia Gautieremail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Alix Anne Sophie Mazounie||Réseau Action Climat||www.rac-f.org||French||France||female||28||French, English, Italian||Alix coordinates international policy at Réseau Action Climat-France, a French network of climate NGOs (including Greenpeace, WWF, Oxfam). She also supports and coordinates a network of French-speaking African NGOs working on the frontline of climate change. In this capacity, she is authorized to speak on behalf of both networks. She has been in this role for 4 years now. At Réseau Action Climat, she has also been tracking and deciphering international negotiations on climate change and post-2015, advocating for new and additional climate finance and innovative governance for the Green Climate Fund, renewable energy and energy efficiency. She has experience with public speaking on climate change, has represented Réseau Action Climat on many occasions, and sat on press conferences a number of times. She has often had to work in multi-stakeholder and international environments.||Alix Mazounie is 28 years old, French, with a history of activism and advocacy work to address climate change. She graduated from the School of Political Science in Paris (Sciences Po) in 2009. For 18 months, she worked for an independent consultant (Futur Facteur 4, Pierre Radanne) advising French-speaking African negotiators on their UNFCCC strategy. In this role, she tracked the UNFCCC negotiations and published regular analyses of the state of play and outcomes of the process. She also worked on a UNDP report on how to mainstream climate change action into local planning in developing countries. She has been working for Réseau Action Climat-France for the past four years as international policy coordinator. In this capacity, she has coordinated advocacy work and defining the engagement strategy of French NGOs in international climate policy-making. She has been actively following the process since COP14 in Poznan (2008) and participated in all COPs since. She has also been coordinating and building the capacity of French-speaking African NGOs on climate advocacy work, internationally and domestically and has organized many workshops, trainings, written advocacy reports as well as raised funds to support adaptation and energy advocacy projects at a very local level in French-speaking countries. She is currently very involved in preparing, mobilizing and coordinating French civil society ahead of COP21, and will be representing them in New York during the Ban Ki Moon summit.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0chiZbWx7bBMVNyMnNQMmpaUWM/edit?usp=sharing||http://www.majalla.com/eng/2009/12/article5512570|
|8/7/2014 16:31:00||Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN)||Reginald Burkefirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Stefan Rickford Knights||Caribbean Youth Environment Network||www.cyen.org||Guyanese||Trinidad and Tobago||Male||23||English||Stefan Knights is the Special Envoy to the CYEN on Small Island Developing States (SIDS). He can speak on behalf of our membership in 18 countries.|
Mr. Knights has been very vocal at the national, regional and international levels advocating on matters relating to climate change. He has been intimately involved in the implementation of programmes/actions which were designed to address climate change and, other environmental and socio-economic challenges which have been intensified by climate change.
Stefan has a captivating personality and he has spoken at several local, regional and international meetings. He is in his final stages of becoming an Attorney at Law and is a trained advocate.
Stefan has a wealth of knowledge on matters relating to climate change and sustainable development. In the past, he has meaningfully engaged a variety of stakeholders in the capacity of a member of CYEN and UNEP Youth Advisor for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Stefan holds a valid US visa.
|Stefan Knights focus is on addressing environmental issues which are connected to, amongst other things, climate change; human rights; intellectual property; trade; and public health.|
At the First United Nations Environment Assembly, Mr. Knights was recognised as an expert on youth development, see link: http://www.unep.org/experts/Default.asp?page=profiles&l=en
He is currently serving as a special envoy to the Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN) which has chapters in 18 Caribbean countries. Through the CYEN he has been actively involved in several projects in Latin America and the Caribbean to address climate change. Also, under the guidance of his law and development; human rights and environmental law professors, he has written a few articles on environmental challenges. For instance, he has written an article on the nexus between climate change and human rights in SIDS.
Further, Stefan has been very instrumental in moblising Caribbean young people to formulate positions on climate change and other challenges to sustainable development for the third International SIDS Conference in Samoa, 2014.
Also, Stefan is currently serving as the UNEP Youth Advisor for Latin America and the Caribbean.
|8/7/2014 16:34:37||The Climate Reality Project||Stephen Millsemail@example.com||No||Kenneth Berlin||The Climate Reality Project||http://climaterealityproject.org||U.S. citizen||United States||male||67||English||Ken has devoted his career to leadership on environment, energy and climate change issues. A trusted advisor to businesses, non-profits and federal and state governments, Ken has been recognized as one of the top climate change attorneys in the world and has extensive expertise on international environmental issues ranging from clean energy to biodiversity. ||Kenneth Berlin is the President and CEO of The Climate Reality Project. Most recently, Ken chaired the Skadden Arps Environmental and Climate Change practices and served as the Executive Vice-President and General Counsel for the Coalition for Green Capital. He was also a leader in establishing the Climate Speakers Network. In 2012, Ken served as Chair of the Obama Energy and Environment Team. Ken has served on the boards of several organizations including the Environmental Law Institute (ELI), the American Bird Conservancy, the Alliance for Zero Extinction, the Rare Center for Tropical Conservation, the Earth Day Network, and Defenders of Wildlife.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B10RufoHXSZEQ0ZxaklSU21HaTg/edit?usp=sharing||*See attached CV|
|8/7/2014 16:38:34||REFACOF||Mrs Cecile NDJEBETfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Tolulope M. DARAMOLA||CarbonSink Development Initiatives||www.carbonsink-ng.org||Nigeria||Canada||Male||29||English||I know Mr. Daramola for the past five years. Daramola has acquire professional skills working in Africa, Europe and North America. His recent work received an international award from the International Union of Forestry Research Union which will be presented to him in Salt Lake City Utah this October. Furthermore, he is actively involved in international forest policy processes. But my respect for the young man was heightened when he became a member of the UNFF Major Groups as a representative of the Youth and Children Major Group. As Focal Point of UNFF Women Major Group, I've had the opportunity of working more closely with Mr. Daramola a representative of UNFF Youth and Children Major Group. In these, I have been impressed with his analytical mind; his public speaking prowess and ability to connect with audiences well diverse groups of people. It is on this premise that I weigh my support for his nomination.||Daramola was raised in a family of 5. As a child, he was able to understand the true values of land to human survival. Daramola's family depend on agriculture and fuelwood for livelihood, but as the population of his community increases, the demand on forests increases and the task of collecting fuelwood and farming became increasingly onerous as forest and land degradation have increased the distances that must be traveled to obtain sufficient supply. |
The environmental challenges Daramola faced growing up in Africa informed his passion in the field of environmental conservation. He started as a community organizer, mobilizing his local community every Saturday for environmental sanitation and tree planting. Daramola knew he needed education to support his efforts, so he chose to study Forestry at the Federal University of Technology Akure, Nigeria. By the end of his first degree, he was selected to participate in EarthCorps environmental restoration training program in Seattle WA in 2009. EarthCorps brings young emerging environmental leaders from all around the world to Seattle to learn best practices on environmental conservation, restoration, community building and leadership, so they may return to their countries and apply the knowledge on the ground. Upon his return to Nigeria, he started an NGO of young environmental professionals across Africa called CarbonSink Development Initiatives with a vision of empowering local communities through the implementation of research and development projects around Land Use, Forest, and Climate Change. The organization started with grassroots environmental campaign in schools and villages in his community. Later on he partnered with his local community government to engage the secondary school pupils in tree planting. It is on this premise that he was awarded the MDGs Ambassador by Anwar Jannat Memorial Foundation in Pakistan. These activities got him involved in global forestry issues. In 2011, he was invited by the United Nations Forum on Forest to give a presentation on “Food, Energy and Economic Challenges and Opportunities with a Special Focus on Youth and Women” during the UNFF9 at the UN headquarters in New York. Furthermore, in 2013, he was awarded the 2013 Commonwealth Young Forester Award. Holder of a Master’s Degree in Global climate Change Management at Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development in Germany, he is presently doing his PhD at the University of British Columbia in Canada.
|https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_IGwJQKdkkJTHRwRWJ3Q1hOYjA/edit?usp=sharing||Google link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_IGwJQKdkkJdldDX2VIZDVMNGc/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/7/2014 17:16:59||WhyHunger||Tristan Quinn-Thibodeauemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Tristan Andrew Quinn-Thibodeau||WhyHunger (dba World Hunger Year, Inc.)||http://www.whyhunger.org||U.S.A.||United States||Male||31||English||I work for WhyHunger, a grassroots support organization that works globally to support the advocacy and the actions of people directly affected by the policies that cause hunger, poverty, and especially, climate change in Asia, Latina America, the Caribbean, and Africa.|
I have worked closely with allies from the Global South throughout multiple United Nations advocacy spaces over my 10 year career. I supported grassroots work in 2007 and 2008 at the Commission on Sustainable Development meetings, focused on food and agriculture; I participated in COP 16 in Cancun and Rio+20, alongside social movement allies; and I have participated at the Committee on World Food Security, supporting the work of social movements in the Civil Society Mechanism.
We will be able to communicate solutions and ideas from social movements and grassroots organizations to the Summit participants and also to communicate the ideas shared at the Summit to our allies in the Global South.
|I have worked with WhyHunger at the United Nations for over 7 years, beginning with my work to connect grassroots organizations based in New York City to the Commission on Sustainable Development meetings in 2007. While participating in CSD meetings in 2008 and 2009, I also traveled to Cancun for COP 16 with NGO partners and grassroots allies, and in 2012 I traveled to Rio de Janeiro for Rio+20. I participated in many of the Prep-Com meetings and have been engaged in the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda conversations and processes. Additionally, WhyHunger has been well placed to participate at the Committee on World Food Security in Rome, and I was fortunate to meet with the Chair of the CFS, Ambassador Gerda Verburg of the Netherlands, this past year to discuss ways to further the work of CFS. I have a B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy, and an M.A. in Philosophy. I have written about climate change and policy. ||http://climate-connections.org/2012/06/18/developed-nations-ignore-agroecology-in-calls-for-climate-smart-agriculture/|
|8/7/2014 17:27:37||SOLAR SISTER||Olasimbo SOjinrin||Olasimbo@solarsister.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Olasimbo Olasubude Sojinrin||Solar Sister||www.solarsister.org||Nigerian||Nigeria||female||34||English, Yoruba and Pidgin English||Olasimbo has been an advocate for climate change issues for several years with a role as Capacity Development Manager of a UNDP assisted project called 'Access to Renewable Energy' where she pushed for climate change legislation with policy makers at Federal and State level as well as organised capacity development programs for renewable energy service providers in Nigeria and financial institutions. Olasimbo organised 3 annual high-level renewable energy investment forums to drive funding to the sector. More recently, she took up the Country Manager role of Solar Sister, a civil society organisation with a mission to eradicate energy poverty through women's economic empowerment. Solar Sister solves the problem of ‘last mile’ energy access and brings high-quality, affordable clean energy solutions right to the community’s doorsteps and also offering women an opportunity to make a sustained living by distributing clean energy products.||With a First degree in Urban and regional planning and and Masters Degree Public in International affairs from University of Lagos, Nigeria, Olasimbo lends a strong voice to combating Climate change issues in Nigeria. She started her career early in 1997 by advocating for the rights of young persons and taking a role as youth Director in a National NGO called Women's consortium of Nigeria (WOCON), she was the first elected African youth Representative that served as an advisory committee to the board of ECPAT International. Olasimbo was an Oxfam Action Partner at the International Youth Parliament in 2002 and went on to attend and actively participate in important summits and conference such as World Congress Against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, Yokohama Japan, World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa. Leadership training by the African Leadership Forum, Calabar Nigeria and so on.|
Olasimbo began to focus on Climate change when she joined the British Council in 2004, there she managed several partnership projects including Connecting Classrooms and Green Clubs that strived to educate secondary schools students on issues of Climate change.
She thereafter joined the project management team as the Capacity Development Manager to the Access to Renewable energy project in 2011 were she conducted training activities for policy makers and lead an advocacy for a renewable energy policy at federal and State level. She was a panel discussant at a side event of the UN CSW where she presented a paper on 'Access to Renewable Energy as a tool to Economic Empowerment of rural women”
Most recently, she took the position of Country manager for Solar Sister in Nigeria where she leads a network of women entrepreneurs that distribute clean energy product such as portable solar lamps and fuel efficient cookstoves in their communities.
|https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzUmjS4T3TkmZWdTSWZtbjU2MHc/edit||Panel Speaker on 'Access to Renewable Energy as a tool to Economic Empowerment of rural women” at side event of the UN, CSW in February 2012.|
Keynote Speaker at first Graduation Ceremony organised by PAWA774 for Renewable Energy Technicians trained at the Wesley University of Science and Technology, Ondo State.
Keynote Speaker at the Earth Day program, organised by the Climate Change Desk, Federal Ministry of Environment, Lagos
Speaker at the Interactive session on financing renewable energy with commercial banks in Lagos, Nigeria.
|8/7/2014 17:41:46||We Are Family Foundation||David Saddingtonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||David Robert Saddington||We Are Family Foundation||http://wearefamilyfoundation.org/||British||United Kingdom||Male||21||English||I have been actively involved in raising public awareness of climate change for eight years at different scales; from international media outlets, national government and local communities. |
I have studied the science and policy of climate change at Durham University and I have a strong grasp of current academic concepts; which I enjoy communicating to the public. I have advocated action on climate change at a community level through numerous initiatives.
I have experience presenting in a variety of forums including; local schools, business conferences, the largest shopping centre in Europe and even at HM Prison.
I am deeply passionate about climate change advocacy and I would relish this experience to attend the Climate Summit in New York this year. It would be an inspiration to participate in this prestigious policy arena and meet climate leaders from around the world.
|David Saddington, UK|
Influencing UK government policy, establishing his own social enterprise and fronting a media campaign that reached over 3 million people are just a few of the items David has achieved as a climate change activist since being impacted by a stark reminder of climate change as a teenager. From a meeting with then Prime Minister Tony Blair at 10 Downing Street he discussed the implementation of climate change on the national curriculum; it is now an essential part of youth education and he has pushed to expand these education reforms worldwide in negotiations chaired by the British Council. As a Three Dot Dash Global Teen Leader he has expanded his philanthropic and award-winning social enterprise which has developed eco gardens across Northern England and within the historic grounds of Durham University. David has acted as an environmental consultant for countless organisations and is a regular commentator on contemporary climate issues within academic arenas and international media outlets. He has studied the science of climate change at Durham University for 3 years and led a ground breaking glacier survey expedition to Vatnajökull, Iceland. His most recent venture transformed the medieval Market Square of Durham City into an outdoor cinema to showcase the award winning documentary ‘Chasing Ice’ and then chair ‘Climate Change Question Time’ where the public could grill world leading climate experts on the science behind the headlines and how to tackle the problem.
He is a passionate climate change activist and he closely follows international climate negotiations by participating in the 2014 Adopt a Negotiator Programme.
|8/7/2014 19:20:14||Healthy Planet UK||Isobel Braithwaiteemail@example.com||Yes||Alicia Pearl Pawluk||Healthy Planet UK||http://www.healthyplanetuk.org/||Canadian||Canada/England||Female||21||English, French||Alicia is an enthusiastic young woman who is passionately committed to solving the climate challenge. Having attended COP19 in Warsaw, Alicia has proven that she is able to put forward intelligent and unique solutions to international debates. During her time at HealthyPlanet, she has published multiple summary articles. Furthermore, Alicia is an excellent team-player, who is a pleasure to work with. |
Alicia is a medical student, and is keen to use her work with the British Medical Association to help influence the healthcare field to be more conscious of the potential repercussions of climate change. She has shown her dedication to mitigating the health impacts of climate change by writing for numerous scientific journals, including the student British Medical Journal and the Public Library of Science.
I would wholeheartedly recommend Alicia for the United Nations 2014 climate summit. She is dedicated, talented, and would be a considerable asset to the Civil Society attendees.
|Alicia Pawluk is a medical student who will be commencing her fifth year at the University of Manchester in August 2014. Having already graduated from the University of St Andrews with a BSc Honours in Medicine, Alicia has shown consistent academic aptitude. While growing up on Vancouver Island off the West Coast of Canada, Alicia developed a strong desire to help protect the environment. During her high school years, Alicia founded her school’s environmental club. By helping to reduce food waste in the cafeteria, and establishing a school-wide recycling program, Alicia helped to build youth awareness of the climate challenge. After moving to the UK for university, Alicia was involved in the University of St Andrews Sustainable Development society, and was instrumental in the development of Healthy Planet UK’s COP 19 delegation. At COP19, Alicia managed to build strong connections with both Canadian and British politicians and negotiators, and upheld a formidable standard of social media presence. By publishing scientific articles and briefs on the health impacts of climate change, Alicia is able to integrate her areas of expertise. In the future, Alicia hopes to remain involved in the shaping of climate policy and the implementation of climate action.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8CrSwMZIaSGSWdUeVNxanhHVFU/edit?usp=sharing||http://blogs.plos.org/speakingofmedicine/2014/03/14/health-jeopardy-corporate-influence-climate-negotiations/|
|8/7/2014 19:29:49||Comision Chilena de Derechos Humanos||Sylvia Pynillafirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Gabriel Julian Pozo Pérez||Comision Chilena de Derechos Humanos||www.comisionchilenaderechsohumanos.cl||Chile||Chile||masculino||39||Español, Portuguez||Gabriel, ha sido una persona con gran compromiso desde joven en el trabajo de promoción y defensa de los temas ambientales y de Derechos Humanos en Chile y Sudamericana, habiendo participado de conferencias escogido por la ONU en distintos lugares, creemos que su experiencia y redes a nivel global ayudara a dar facilidad en el trabajo de la cumbre.||Gabriel,tiene un historial muy largo en el ámbito de Chile e Internacional, destacaremos alguna de las importantes para no ser tan extenso:|
-Miembro del consejo juvenil de UNEP/YAC 1999-2004.
-Coordinador Campaña Mundial YES
-Miembro del Caucus de Juventud ONU 1999-2006
-participo de la cumbre del Milenio New York donde logro que se integrara la propuesta premio joven de la paz en el documento final de las ONG.
-Participo de la Cumbre de Rio +5, Rio+10 seleccionado por la ONU.
- conferencia de Juventud de ONU Suecia.
Cumbre de Empleo y Emprendimiento Juvenil YES Egipto, Mexico y otros.
- Eventos de Promoción de Protocolo de Kioto Chile y SudAmerica.
-CSD New York 1999-2004
-Cumbre Mundial de Juventud Lisboa Protugal
-- GLOBALIZACION E INTERNET CUMBRE DEL B.I.D., NEW ORLEANS U.S.A
-- EDITOR PROYECTO GEO JUVENIL PNUMA HUATULCO MÉXICO.
|8/7/2014 19:55:05||CliMates||Alexandra Gavilanoemail@example.com||No||Alexandra Gavilano||CliMates/ClimateCoLab||www.studentclimates.org||Swiss/Peruvian||Switzerland||Female||25||English, German, Spanish, Portugues, French||The reason for my nomination comes from the call of our organization CliMates. As I am investigating and active in different areas around the topic of climate change I now consider my experience and knowledge useful to the United Nations Climate Summit. Within the overall topic of climate change I have experience in research and project management in related topics as human/specificallyn indigenous rights, environmental destruction, migration due to climate change & politics, alternative lifestyle opportunities and economical interests. This helped me to understand the wider picture of climate discussions and led to a better understanding of what kind of solutions must be encountered. Therefore I seek for the possibility to exchange ideas with other professionals of around the world and be part of the change. It is not only my academic interest in these themes but also a personal passion, to help to find efficient ways so humanity can confront this planetary topic united.||As a daughter of a peruvian physicist and a swiss social worker, with a brother and sister Born in New York, I grew up in an internationally orientad family. After the completion of my Matura, I had the opportunity to travel through several countries in South America. There I began to recognize the severity of the problems associate with climate change as f.e. food production, sustainability, human rights and environmental protection. This experience helped me to grasp the importance and potential of the application of advanced scientific knowledge in synergy with the application of “local knowledge”, acquired by centuries of experience by the local populations.|
After this experience and upon my return to Switzerland I started studies in Sociology at the University of Zurich, with a minor en Environmental Sciences, Biology and Ethnology. Than I had the opportunity to work for a NGO on the topic of indigenous rights.I continued my studies in the Master program in Environmental Science with focus on the interrelationship between human populations and environment. During the lecture-free periods I travelled back to South America. I worked in sustainable farms with agroforestry method and permaculture. I organized various events on climate change and adaption.Currently I work as a volunteer Research for CliMates and ClimateCoLab and realize informational Workshop for old and Young to the topic of climate change.
|8/7/2014 20:03:11||COMITE DE DEFENSE DES DROITS CIVIQUES||MAMA TADY CONDEfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||MAMA TADY CONDE||COMITE DE DENFE DES DROITS CIVIQUES||GUINEAN||GUINEA||FEMALE||44||FRENCH||Cette candidate répond aux critères. En marge de son statut de fonctionnaire Parlementaire,elle a acquise assez d'expériences à travers les différents séminaire, conférences et forum qu'elle a suivi à travers l'Europe et en Amérique du Nord, dont deux suivis au grand siège des Nations Unies (CV ci-joint).|
Elle s'implique activement sur les questions environnementales qui intéressent chaque individu sur cette planète en ce 21ème siècle.
|Née le 23 février 1970 à Beyla (République de Guinée) d'un père infirmier et d'une mère enseignante. Divorcée et mère d'une fille de 22 ans. Aînée d'une famille de 10 enfants: je commença mes études primaires et secondaires à Conakry en 1975. En 1981, j’obtins mon Certificat d’Études Primaires; le Brevet d’Études Primaires en 1985, et les deux bac en 1988 et 1990. Après une formation professionnelle spécialisée de trois années à l’École Commerciale Africaine en 1994 (sortie majore de la promotion). Suite à un appel d'offre d'emploi lancé par la première Assemblée Multi partite de Guinée en 1996, je fus admise à la suite d'un test de recrutement des secrétaires de ladite Assemblée. Depuis cette date, j'ai gravis tous les échelons jusqu'à être Chargée de Mission au sein de cette Institution. Je me suis inscrite dans une université privée où je suis les cours de sociologie. Mon vœux est de poursuivre mes études post universitaire à l'ENAP de Québec pour un master pourquoi pas un doctorat.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5cAB4RWbSsJd19iMk5Zc045ZDA/edit?usp=sharing||Je ne serai pas intervenante.|
|8/7/2014 22:02:19||PATH Foundation Philippines Inc||Joan Castroemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Joan Regina Castro||PATH Foundation Philippines Inc||www.pfpi.org||Filipino||Philippines||Female||50||English and Filipino||Dr. Joan Castro is the Executive Vice President of PATH Foundation Philippines, Inc. (PFPI). Since 2000, she provided technical support to various projects implemented by PFPI on sustainable management of natural resources and community based actions that improve the health and resilience of communities in the Philippines. She helped design a community-centered model for integrated management of coastal resources and human health and to implement operations research about synergies created via integration. The study was published in the Journal of Environment Conservation showing evidence that integrated approaches to population-health-environment (PHE) yield higher impact on ecosystem and human health outcomes, compared to sectoral approaches. The model was recognized as a “gold standard” for the design and execution of integrated approaches to PHE and adopted for application in other developing countries for sustainable development and climate change mitigation and adaptation||Dr. Joan Regina Castro, M.D has more than 15 years of experience working with international organizations, national and local government agencies, non-profit organizations, academic institutes, media concerns, social entrepreneurs and for-profit companies on a range of sustainable development initiatives and community-based action programs related to food security, participatory resource management, pro-poor livelihood, gender-equitable development and integrated approaches to climate change adaptation and resilience building. Her technical areas of expertise include strategic planning, vulnerability assessment, capacity building, women in leadership development, social marketing, behavior change communication, public-private partnerships, and program management and monitoring. While most of her experience is Philippines-based, Dr. Castro also has extended technical assistance to organizations in the Asia-Pacific region (Thailand, Myanmar, Laos and PNG) and East and West Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Ghana). She is currently the Executive Vice President of PATH Foundation Philippines, Inc. (PFPI) responsible for assuring that all PFPI programs incorporate gender perspectives and gender-responsive and gender-equitable measures||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B26qi2XAOqw0bko0UU9uZFVGZHM/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B26qi2XAOqw0Wm5Gd0dxSy1pYmc/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/7/2014 22:27:46||Jahangirnagar University||M. Rubaiat Islamfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Mohammad Rubaiat Islam||Jahangirnagar University||www.juniv.edu||Bangladeshi||Bangladesh||Male||24||English, Bengali||Recent increase in the frequency and magnitude of cyclones is a clear indication that climate is indeed changing for Bangladesh. A clear understanding of the key climate processes is a must to address all the challenges for climate change resilient policy. M. Rubaiat Islam is a graduate student from Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh and has been working in the field of climate change modeling to understand the underlying causes of climate change at a regional and global level.||For the last one year, I have been working as a research associate at the environmental modeling and monitoring research group of Jahangirnagar University. In this research group, I had the pleasure to contribute in the climate change modeling and research team. I have worked with an academic purpose general circulation model to understand the impact of climate change at regional and local level. Currently, I am doing my master of sciences from the department of Environmental Sciences of Jahangirnagar University with a key focus on climate modeling and global change.||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1k--ISw0oZGL6Bkgtd8Bt6E7KvvMpAY1pMBNCcvsrBbg/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/7/2014 22:55:54||Eco-Environmental Society||Alexis Riveraemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Amira Odeh||Eco-Environmental Society||http://www.seaupr.org/||USA||Puerto Rico||Female||23||Spanish, English||Amira Odeh has been a member of the Eco-Environmental Society since 2009 and is fully authorized to speak on behalf of our organization. In this group, she has been an excellent leader and the principal advocate for our projects with the University of Puerto Rico. Odeh has constantly been the person who leads the actions to promote sustainability and climate mitigation at the university.|
Odeh has vast experience in public speaking on the subjects of climate change, plastic pollution and water scarcity.
|Amira Odeh is a recent Geography graduate from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus. Since a young age she has been involved with environmental protection and volunteer efforts. Through these, she has organized events for the International Coastal Cleanup, has participated in community efforts to protect her island’s natural places and has individually worked on educational efforts to educate the people around her about climate change. One of her main interests in conservation is the subject of water scarcity and climate change, a subject that she educates about a lot and one that she focused on when she was president of the Eco-Environmental Society. The last, is a student led organization at the University of Puerto Rico and Amira Odeh was the president who did the most exceptional work in the 21 years of the group’s history. Here she worked on education on climate and pollution issues as well as promoting youth leadership for the other members in the group. In this group she led a variety of projects like research, designing and facilitating conferences, organizing sustainable recreation activities and engaging the university in starting to discuss actions to mitigate climate change. Amira Odeh is currently the leader of a campaign at the university, for sustainable water consumption and the search to prevent the climate impacts of plastic production. Through the Eco-Environmental Society she has been able to expand environmental awareness at the University of Puerto Rico. |
Additionally, Amira attended COP19 and is also a member of the Sierra Student Coalition (SSC) where she trains high school and college aged youth on leadership and organizing to act on climate in their own communities. She has been recognized for her work by the Earth Island Institute, SustainUS and the SSC. Also, the Eco-Environmental Society received an award by the USA Environmental Protection Agency, for her work in the organization.
|8/7/2014 23:05:48||Environmental Quality Protection Foundation||Ying-Shih Hsiehfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Ying-Shih Hsieh||Environmental Quality Protection Foundation||http://www.eqpf.org/||Republic of China (Taiwan)||Taipei City||Male||52||Mandarin, English ,Taiwanese||As an UNFCCC observer since 2002, EQPF has launched diverse climate change related programs to more than 500 elementary schools to enhance the public awareness of climate change. It is the goal of article 6 of UNFCCC. EQPF is entitled to be one of the attendees in this historic event for the new era of climate change transformation.||Dr. Hsieh is a lawyer for more than 20 years. Graduated from Peking University as a law PhD, and studied law at Bachelor and Master degree, human rights is what he concerns most, environment is what he devoted to implement changes now. During Dr. Hsieh's career of a professional lawyer, his practice areas are: Intellectual property infringement lawsuits, administrative litigation, liability for national torts, and civil, criminal, commercial litigation. Numerous articles on law were published since 1998 and more articles on environment in the perspective of law were and will be published continuing to raise public awareness.|
Now, as a non-typical lawyer, Dr. Hsieh incidentally devoted himself to protect our environment. Five years ago, Dr. Hsieh changed his career as a lawyer to the chairman of Environmental Quality Protection Foundation( EQPF). With the core believe that 'stand at edge makes one become more macro', focus mainly on education, tree plantation, and international participation, understands the hardworking of sustaining environment and the importance of promoting environmental consciousness. Advocate 'New Environmental Movement and Sports' by coordinating and cooperating different organizations, to provide new momentum and wider visions for the environmental movements in the era of climate change. During the transformation period when Environmental Protection Agency will be promoted to be Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources(ENR) in Taiwan, Dr. Hsieh initiates 'The ENR we want', encourages youth to embrace the earth and environment, to pay attention to the importance of environmental governance for the future generation, to use environmental education as a medium and tool to 'Green Transformation', to make Taiwan a paradigm of biodiversity and sustainable environmental sustainability.
|8/8/2014 1:10:50||Nurses Across The Borders||Prince S.W.C. OBASEKI-Chairman Board of Trustees||NURSESACROSSTHEBORDERS@YAHOO.COM||Attend Summit only||Yes||Peters Osawaru OMORAGBON||NURSES ACROSS THE BORDERS||www.nursesacrosstheborders.org||NIGERIAN||NIGERIA||MALE||52||ENGLISH||President Nurses Across the Borders NGO in Consultative Status with ECOSOC,Designated Contact Person in UNFCCC,Secretary, Civil Society Network in Nigeria on CC,Board Member,Conf of NGOs in Consultative Status with the UN-(CONGO),co-initiated the campaign for the promotion of Climate Change and human health within the UNFCCC process in COP 15,COP 16, served as Co-Chair to the UNFCCC Coalition on Health and Environment with the WHO.Bonn June 2011,SB34,reinforced Civil Society engagement in Climate Change negotiation at the Chair’s dialogue.Nov 2011,COP 17, co-hosted two major Side Events:-Health as a Driver of Climate Change-Local Efforts, Global Action and: Global Disaster-The Role of Nurses and Health workers.COP 18,Peters was guest speaker at two side events&COP 19 co-hosted a side event.At the UN WCDRR Geneva, Prepcom1 July, made interventions for health in DRR.Has valid USA visa||Peters Osawaru Omoragbon was born March 2nd 1962 from the Niger Delta, Nigeria, from an area that is suffering the devastating effects of Climate Change. He is a seasoned Public Servant, Philanthropist, Politician, and a community advocate. In 1983 he became a student of Nursing and is a lifetime global learner. He has diligently worked as a Nursing Officer for the Federal Civil Service in Nigeria, Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba, LAGOS, until retirement in 1994. Then he continued in nursing as a Senior Nurse with the First Consultants Medical Center, Obalende, LAGOS. While in the civil service was involved in activities of the professional association as its executive council member advocating and fighting for professional growth and development for/and members’ welfare. He is the Founding Executive President/CEO of Nurses Across the Borders Humanitarian Initiative Inc. (USA and NIGERIA), an NGO in Special Consultative Relationship with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations-ECOSOC, Designated Focal Contact Person to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change-UNFCCC. Permanent Representative to the United Nations for Nurses Across the Borders. Elected twice now to the Board of Conference of NGOs in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations-CONGO, (2011-2014, 2014-2017) and Fellow, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers-ICANN. He serves as Secretary to the Civil Society Network in Nigeria on Climate Change. He has been involved with the UN activities since 2002 when he was amongst the 867 accredited Civil Society participants to the UN WSSD, held in Jo-Burg, South Africa. He is one of the Founding Ministers of Mountain of Solutions Ministries, International, Nigeria. He is married with four children.|
AWARDS: He has several international awards as recognition for his advocacy, some of which are:
1. REMEMBER AFRICA AWARD 2009, UK-By the Commonwealth Society UK. FOR: Your great endeavours and dedication to Africa in your endless efforts in helping to make poverty history in Africa, through your caring and relief projects for Africa
2. INTERNATIONAL NURSES AWARD Chicago, USA 2010: By the National Association of Nigerian Nurses in North America: FOR: Your excellent efforts in promoting Nursing and Nurses all over the world with Nurses Across the Borders
3. AMBASSADORS AWARD 2011 By Teachers Without Borders FOR: Promoting the eradication of HIV/AIDS in Africa.
|8/8/2014 3:05:34||DEPED||MONINA NACARIOemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||JOLIET TAWAKAL-MANALAO||Alternative Learning System||Filipino||Philippines||Female||36||Filipino, English||She is a teacher, assigned in the community. She played a vital role in our society. She is an advocate of Clean and Green.||J||J|
|8/8/2014 3:29:51||China Association for NGO Cooperation||Xiangyi Wangfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Xinxin Bi||China Association for NGO Cooperation||www.cango.org||Chinese||China||Male||29||Chinese/English||Xinxin Bi has strong background of climate change research on impacts and adaptation as well as mitigation measures and worked as coordinator for Chinese Civil Climate Action Network over several years and spokeperson to the media to illustrate climate science, promote science based actions and public advocacy. He facilitates the policy dialogue between NGOs and governments, fundraising for local governments and NGOs to develop new energy and carbon accounting projects as well as community based adaptation actions. He actively participated in the UNFCCC process and facilitate side events, official meetings and NGOs liasion and advocacy campaigns.||Xinxin Bi studied in Chinese Academy of Agriculture Sciences on climate change impacts and adaptation as well mitigation measures potential research. He worked for Oxfam and CANGO for the past four years on climate change, to track negotiations and facilitate policy advocacy, bilateral and multilateral dialogues and cooperation among NGOs and governments. He facilitate the government relationship building with NGOs network and promoted public participation in the policy making process, organized a series of consultations with policy makers from NDRC on climate change legislation, adaptation strategy, and low carbon development policy and plans. He actively engage with international and national climate change community and facilitate cooperation, information sharing, and joint actions among donors, expert groups, and NGOs. He led the NGOs campaigns on climate change legislation in China by providing recommendations and insights from civil society, public campaign on low carbon development to raise awareness and promote behavior change at household, school, and community levels. He also coordinated projects of climate change education for middle schools in China, IPCC communications, capacity building, MRV pilot project, etc.to facilitate the implementation.||https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0Sv5Yv08cokUzBuWFNQVENkckU/edit||https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0Sv5Yv08cokZU8zc2plUUF4Mmc/edit|
|8/8/2014 3:59:39||Ecological Christian Organisation (ECO)||Isaac Kabongoemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Isaac Kabongo||Ecological Christian Organisation (ECO)||www.ecouganda.org||Ugandan||Uganda||Male||37||English||As a climate change activist, I have been forced sometimes to face decision makers and policy makers regarding their slow response to climate change challenge. Through different meetings we have talked to them and we have deliberated on the need to come up with a legally binding climate change agreement. We have also promoted pro poor low carbon development strategies in the global south through renewable energy strategies. I have worked hard together with others to bring and share the voices and aspirations of communities that are facing the impacts climate change today yet the solutions are not being offered now. We have worked to influence the development of pro poor climate change policies in the Global South and shared with others what we have achieved and the challenges we face.||Mr. Isaac Kabongo is an experienced community development and socio economic specialist. He is a founder member and Executive Director of Ecological Christian Organization (ECO) and is a part time Lecturer at St. Lawrence University, Kampala and Facilitator at Makerere University Kampala. He has over seven years experience in Research, Community Development and Natural Resources Management including Mining and Climate Change issues, Water and Energy Governance. Isaac has worked on different projects and programs in the areas of mainstreaming climate change mitigation and adaptation in the water resources sector, watershed management, energy governance , policy analysis, transparency and accountability in the extractive sector, application of weather and climate information using the RANET system, Rainwater Harvesting technologies, design of PINs and PDDs for CDM and voluntary carbon trading schemes and monitoring and evaluation of development projects. He also has skills in environmental policy formulation and advocacy, institutional capacity building and forging strategic partnerships and collaborations including networking. Mr. Isaac Kabongo holds a Masters of Arts Degree in Social Sector Planning and Management (MA.SSPM) specializing in social and economic policy analysis from Makerere University Kampala. Isaac also received a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Social Sciences with a second class upper division specializing in project planning and management from Makerere University, Kampala. He also did several certificate courses at different levels in the following fields. Community Carbon Trading Schemes, Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies, Water and Energy Governance, Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), Design of PINs and PDDs, Environmental Policy Analysis and Management of Natural Resources. Isaac is currently engaged in topics such as natural resources governance, water and energy governance, Water and Sanitation, interfaith action on climate change, voluntary and CDM carbon projects and natural resources conservation.||https://docs.google.com/document/d/17Gqfqkt2yguc8BtUg61FRgS8NZRoAcJ_UrIBtJRgDYw/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6m4swB6cknmYTBKR1VuUU1XV3M/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/8/2014 4:14:42||CliMates||Cecile Pilotfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Cecile PILOT||CliMates||http://www.studentclimates.org/||French||France||Female||25||French, English, Spanish||Fascinated about international negotiations, I joined a global student coalition to raise awareness on climate change and the UN climate negotiations during the Conferences of the Parties (COPs): CliMates, through the COP in MyCity project.|
CliMates is an international student think-&-do tank and association aiming to find new and innovative solutions in the fight against climate change. Our central organization is based in Paris but our active network is international.
COP in MyCity is a youth-led project coordinated by CliMates with ambitions to bridge the gap between climate negotiations (a.k.a. the COPs) and the mainstream public, foster education and action about climate change locally and create an international community of agents of change committed to global cooperation and dialogue on climate change.
Starting my second year of Master in Human Rights at Strasbourg law university (major Minority Rights), I want to work on youth policy addressing the issue of youth vulnerability to climate change. I'm really concerned by climate change driving child poverty. Alerted by the failure of the UN Climate negotiations at COP15 in Copenhagen in 2009, I realized that in a globalised world, unilateralism turned out to inefficient, if not impossible. In October 2013, I participated in the 8th UNESCO Youth Forum in Paris as an organizer. I really appreciated how we worked to integrate youth in decision-making and discuss the implementation of the operational strategy with other UN agencies like UNFPA and UNIDO. The general theme of the conference was "Youth & social inclusion: civic engagement, dialogue & skills development". I think young people are key agents for social change, economic develoment and technology innovation. In 2011-2012, I was Project Manager intern for UNIDO and I helped young entrepreneurs from developing countries to develop their business through investments and technology transfers. In this context, I co-organized the Eco-Cities Forum 2011 in Marseille which was a great platform to discuss sustainability issues and resilience in Mediterranean cities. In 2013, while being an exchange student in Nagoya, Japan, I realized the environmental implications of the Fukushima disaster. Since 2013, I'm also a young climate leader. In my student think-&-do tank, CliMates, we rely on a highly qualified student network supported by researchers and enhance the depth and integrity of publications of student solutions to climate change. We use education on sustainable development to develop mutual assistance on a daily basis to students in emerging countries and reckon that an altruistic mindset is the first step to solve sustainability issues around the world. We develop innovative tools for education to sustainable development, like simulations of the climate change negotiations. In CliMates, I am currently the Research coordinator for the COP in MyCity Project: http://copinmycity.weebly.com/ Simulations of the COPs help young people like us to build more resilient communities and bridge the gap between civil society and decision-makers. We work closely with other climate youth movements, YOUNGO and international partners like the Earth Charter.
|http://fr.linkedin.com/pub/cecile-pilot/26/ab8/766/en||My video interview for the 2nd international CliMates Summit happening in NYC in August 2014: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1jekP5qgQw|
The COP in MyCity Annual Report 2013. Author: Cecile Pilot.
Download the full report summing up a few exciting and intense months with 19 COP in MyCity projects around the world, mobilized around COP19 in Warsaw, and discover the results of the simulations in our extensive report.
|8/8/2014 4:17:31||Eminence Associates for Social Development||Panuel Rozario Princeemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Panuel Rozario Prince||Eminence Associates for Social Development||www.eminence-bd.org||Bangladeshi||Bangladesh||Male||26||Bangla||Young people can play the pivotal role in global climate politics and formulating adaptation plan for the vulnerable. Since the beginning of his career, he has been involved in observing the climate negotiation process. He has been active as a young professional leader, in trainings for students, within regional and national leadership and in positions of external representation, often with a focus on advocacy and youth policy. He is responsible for making decisions regarding youth policies within the organization and maintaining regular dialogue with young men and women. He is whole heatedly willing to accept and relish the challenges and responsibilities required to deal with climate negotiation nationally and regionally. |
He is expected to ensure the contribution and continuation of a strong and flourishing platform, representing the interests and the visions of Bangladesh and South Asian Youth in global climate negotiation process and policy formulation.
|I have earned a fair blend of research and academic experiences by working in NGO and universities for last 4 years. As university lecturer, I have 3 years of under- and postgraduate university lecturing experience in Bangladesh in the fields of business administration and development studies. Currently, I am working as a young professional (research and development) with Eminence Associates for Social Development (known as Eminence) in the areas of disaster management and risk reduction; climate change adaptation; governance; environment; sexual and reproductive health and rights (SHRH); and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). I have coordinated 4 consultancy based research projects as Research Associate and managed near 70 field, research and office staffs in last one and half years. I have extensive field work experiences and traveled some remote places of Bangladesh for collecting data. I am well competent in qualitative and quantitative research. I have practical experiences of conducting in-depth interview, key informant interview, focus group discussion, participatory rural appraisal and semi- and structured survey. My major areas of responsibility is to develop the technical proposal and methodological framework based on ToR/ RFP; prepare the budget based on activity plan; prepare qualitative and quantitative data collection instruments; develop training materials and conduct training sessions for the field enumerators; assist in data collection and analysis; monitoring project progress; draft and compile the final report accordingly. In addition, I am involved with community outreach, training, capacity building and volunteering activities. I have professional interest in team building, communication and interpersonal skills, training and capacity development activities, and workshop/seminar facilitation/moderation.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9i9m_xBK4IWWXJYU0VBUXg3R0U/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9i9m_xBK4IWNGhXNUZHSk5OM1k/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/8/2014 4:48:07||Vida Hoy y Siempre A.C.||Arturo Gándara Mendozafirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Arturo Gándara Mendoza||Vida Hoy y Siempre A.C.||Mexicana||México||Male||27||Spanish & English||I am representative and founder of the civil organization "Vida Hoy y Siempre" (Life Today and Always) interested in care and protection of the environment and social as a resource for mitigating climate change. Participate and promote reforestation, waste separation and utilization in various cities. I belong to the research groups in the Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo (Mexico) and in Universidad de Antioquia (Colombia ), through which studied deeply issues of climate change and the answers should give at all levels: government, social, economic, agricultural, local, global and spiritual. I have all the willingness to travel as needed and to introduce special provisions in the Climate Summit at the headquarters of the "UN" in New York on September 23 at 8:30 am. Mainly, I have a great interest and love for the life of our planet and all who inhabit it, this is reflected in my academic, social, personal and professional commitment to caring for our environment.||My name is Arturo Gándara Mendoza, born in Quiroga, Michoacán, Mexico on February 19, 1987, son of Lourdes Mendoza and Arturo Garibay Gándara Fuentes (known as Don Clemente), I have two sisters Alejandra and Lourdes, as well as very great friends, colleagues and godchildren whom also feel very close to me. I grew up in a business and social environment, where my family was engaged in the preparation and sale of regional food, and my parents (both doctors) have always been volunteers to practice. In my childhood I was a prominent academics child and always brought by animals and trees, mainly fruit tastes great. Outstanding student at all levels, receiving honorable mention in elementary and high school, obtaining certification for excellence in undergraduate. Own a business between the years of 2006-2010, which allowed me to pay my university studies. After my studies finished and gaining professional experience, I began a journey through various parts of the world, in parts of Latin America, Africa and Europe, working and doing social work in the cities they came, I gained a lot of preparation for life, this prepared me to find myself and my connection to the universe, has been a great experience full of great learning, self-knowledge and my surroundings. I am Father of the beautiful spirit of a girl who was not born in body, which is a big part of my inspiration in this world. I've always been known for being a very kind, humble person, with many values, participatory and very dedicated to the valuable and real things; care and be the legs of my sister with disabilities is one of the major challenges and accomplishments of my life, her love and truth are the way to stay on foot chasing my ideals. Currently write for the regional newspaper "El Vasco" articles to sensitize society to better behavior towards each other and with the environment, touching on themes of social psychology, humanistic, ecology, sociology, among others. Currently studying a Master of Science in Local Development in the “Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo”, which has allowed me to broaden my view on the operation of social dynamics, and in turn, influence the styles and to improve the quality of life of my people, and constantly promote one awareness of the importance of the environment. To date I have participated and promoted campaigns to plant 1500 trees. I am a lover of nature and life, I plan to spend the rest of my life fighting for my ideals for a better world.||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1y1W7Ztn881Du0ucDRWGilMmReUMVNZqtfcTJ7xIFO_s/edit?usp=sharing||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PwFimzoh2lrh6MRaQq_fY_LJxp7VD-bjc1FKH8oEA8g/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/8/2014 5:27:32||British Council||Thushara Gunasekeraemail@example.com||Yes||Anoka Primrose Abeyrathne||Sustain Solutions||www.sustainsolutions.org||Sri Lankan||Sri Lanka||Female||24||English, French||Anoka has a proven track record of volunteering, effective advocacy and implementation of community based solutions for climate change mitigation and adaptation from age 13 after the 2004 Tsunami. She has created an eco-social enterprise that is now present in 4 Asian countries and provides ecosystem protection tied in with community engaged eco-tourism and handicraft making. |
She is a competent, experienced, compelling speaker, a Toastmaster and a TEDxColombo speaker and has represented the youth voice on climate change and sustainability international platforms such as World Economic Forum and serves as a youth ambassador in the United Nations-World Economic Forum Global Shapers Sustainable Development Council. Anoka is able to work and engage constructively with multiple stakeholder groups and the public.
Anoka is authorised to represent Sustain Solutions, holds a visa for the United States of America and is able to be present on the 23rd of September at the UN Headquarters.
|Anoka is the 2012/2013 Commonwealth Youth Award recipient for Excellence in Developmental Work and featured 3rd on the 25 World’s Most Influential and Powerful Young People list 2012 by Huffington Post and Youth Service America. |
Anoka is the first and youngest Sri Lankan YouthActionNet Laureate Global Fellow for 2014.
Co-founder of a social enterprise Growin’ Money (www.sustainsolutions.org) for youth to making communities a better place through youth empowerment, her work revolves on poverty alleviation through economic incentives, providing skills training for better employability such as IT training, basic resume making, eco-tourism guide training, handicrafts making and organic produce making. Anoka's work has been featured by Wikipedia(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anoka_Primrose_Abeyrathne, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNFCCC and the World Economic Forum.
Anoka is one of the youngest World Economic Forum Global Shapers, British Council Global Changemaker/ Active Citizen, serves as Global Youth Ambassador to the United Nations Special Envoy on Global Education and Youth Ambassador to the UN – World Economic Forum Sustainable Development Council.
Abeyrathne is a sustainable development consultant to private, public and international bodies while engaging as an inspirational speaker for young people through platforms of the like of TEDx talks.
Abeyratne holds a LLB(Hons) from the University of London and is reading for her Masters in Development through the University of Colombo and Attorney-at-Law through Sri Lanka Law College.
|8/8/2014 6:39:35||TRIBELIGHT ORGANIZATION||JOHN MAATELONG SAYIALELfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||FREDRICK TOMPOI NCHOKO||TRIBELIGHT ORGANIZATION||www.tribelight.or.ke||KENYAN||KENYA||MALE||24||ENGLISH||The nominee is an environmental activist and comes from the rural countryside of Kenya where conservation of Environment is really key, in order to check on climate change. He is a leader, The Chairman of his Organization. He has undue interest in the climate change and environmental issues. He is also a final year student at The University of Nairobi. I believe that all what he will learn will be replicated to his colleagues and the organization he Chairs.||His name is Fredrick Tompoi Nchoko, Born in the year 1990 in Narok County in Kenya. He attended Masantare Primary school and attained a Kenya Certificate of Primary Education Certificate with an impressive performance of 381/500 Marks. In 2005 he will join Tengecha Boys High School and attained a grade of B-(minus) in the year 2008. In the year 2009 He worked for Ololulunga Boys High School as a Librarian before being admitted at The University Of Nairobi for a Bachelor's Degree in Finance. Besides being the current Chairman of Tribelight Organization (www.tribelight.or.ke), He was appointed a Managing Director for Hart Services Limited. He also served as a Financial Advisor for BRITAM INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED. He is a team leader, outgoing and innovative.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4Dm9R10n-ZQbHJ0WXlfdENFaVl3UlBEaFZCSlIteFVpc0Jj/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4Dm9R10n-ZQWlJCOG5kZ2VNVkRrdW5ucDNlaHIwd2E1bjE0/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/8/2014 6:50:11||World Farmers Organisation||Luisa Volpeemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Peter Kendall||World Farmers Organisation, WFO||www.wfo-oma.org||United Kingdom||United Kingdom||Male||60||English||Mr Peter Kendall is the current President of the WFO, a member-based organization of farmers whose mandate is to bring together farmers’ organisations and agriculture cooperatives internationally. WFO’s mission is to advocate on behalf of farmers for the adoption of policies aimed to improve the economic environment and livelihood of producers and their families. Mr Kendall represents a farming community of around 70 national farmers organizations from developed and less developed countries. Climate change poses a myriad of threats to agriculture, including the reduction of agricultural productivity, production stability and negative effects on farmers’ incomes. Agriculture has the potential to be part of the solution, through the mitigation of a significant amount of global emissions, hence the WFO is keen to collaborate with other stakeholders to look for common and successful solutions. Mr Kendall is a very high-level expert on agricultural issues and a family farmer himself.|| Peter Kendall is currently serving as President of the World Farmers' Organisation, WFO, and Chairman of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB).|
Previously, he served four terms as NFU President, having first been elected in 2006. Peter Kendall took a degree in Agricultural Economics at Nottingham University, before returning to the family business in 1984.
Peter Kendall farm is in Eyeworth, East Bedfordshire, UK in partnership with his brother Richard. 620 hectares of combinable crops are grown on the home farm and contracting and rental agreements are also operated with four local farmers. The farm has evolved over the last fifteen years from a very traditional mixed farm to a totally arable unit.
|8/8/2014 7:24:50||Integrated Health for All Foundation||Agejo Patrick Agehfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||AGEJO Patrick AGEH||Integrated Health for All Foundation||http://www.ihafcam.org||Cameroon||Cameroon||Male||37||English||Agejo Patrick has participated many of IHAF training workshops among which are capacity building traings on Gender Justice and Climate Change. He is currently the team coordinator of IHAF United Nations International Youths Day (UN IYD) 2014 celebration on social justice and climate change on the theme " Youths and Mental Health" in Buea SW, Cameroon. He has contributed in one of our peer review paper relating to Agriculture and Climate Change in Bamenda, NW Region of Cameroon. Paper under review for publication in International NGOs Journal. ||Agejo Patrick Ageh is a holder of a Master degree in Law, Science and Technology and Human Rights. He is volunteer director of Communication for IHAF. He was nominated by our organisation in 2009 to participate in ITEC/SCAAP international training programme on " Governance and Management of NPOs/NGO" organised by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of Ahmedabad - India sponsored by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of India. He a member of many international civil society networks among which are; WANGO, Wiser Earth, Development Crossing, GWA and GCAP.||https://drive.google.com/#folders/0BwxPpbWw_IhRMjBPQXFWUl9iSVE||https://drive.google.com/#my-drive|
|8/8/2014 8:17:42||Greenovation Hub||Yunwen Baiemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Hongyu Guo||Greenovation Hub||www.ghub.org/cfc||Chinese||China||Female||26||Chinese, English||Hongyu has been actively driving for effective advocacy of climate action and facilitating online and offline discussions of a Chinese NGOs network, China’s Climate Policy Group (CPG). Different stakeholders from academia, media and government have been invited to the discussions, so as to create a space for cross-sectoral dialogue and collaboration.|
Hongyu is instrumental in writing joint responses of Chinese NGO network around key international climate moments and domestic climate policies and actions.
Working as the Tree China editor of Global Call for Climate Action (GCCA), Hongyu produces weekly alerts on China’s trending climate & energy stories. As the local partner of The Tree project, Greenovation Hub, a Chinese environmental NGO, is nominating Hongyu to attend the summit, where she could gain better understanding of international climate progress, and help the international society know more about the works of China’s civil society and the government on climate change.
|Hongyu Guo is a climate communicator. She’s now working as the China editor the GCCA’s The Tree project, a global initiative promoting positive narratives and tackling misinformation about climate action. She’s based in Chinese environmental NGO Greenovation Hub, which serves as the local partner of GCCA’s Tree project. She also facilitates the online and offline discussion of a Chinese NGO network, China’s Climate Policy Group. She gained her experience in communications, program coordination and data analysis from her past working experience as an employee communications specialist in Intel China Ltd. from 2011-2012, and as a Workshop Coordinator in an NGO China-Europa Forum, promoting the dialogue between Chinese and European civil societies, in 2013. Hongyu received her MA degree in English and American Literatures from Beijing Foreign Studies University, and her BA degree in English Language and Literatures from Beijing Normal University.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6nmmyIrFtWtYUVyRE5xUjJwaEE/edit?usp=sharing||Not applicable for attendees|
|8/8/2014 9:21:38||CONGOLESE ASSOCIATION FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT||SABITI ANGABU THEODOREfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||FATAKI NEHEMIAH AKWENDEMI||CONGOLESE ASSOCIATION FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT||www.acdrongd.blogspot.com||CONGOLESE||Congo||MALE||45||FRENCH, ENGLISH AND SWAHILI||Our candidate is capable to speak in this summit because he used to speak in different seminars and organized training on environmental issue as in rural and urban area. He is consultant of project management; so he wil impact the audience if you give him a chance to speak.|
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He has served as a Volunteer Missionary to Prisons Fellowship International/ Kenya more than 8 years, has worked as a Volunteer Pioneer Pastor to Street Family rehabilitation Center under NARC- Government 2002/Kenya. Co-Pastor at EFIN, the French Ministry and supports so many Churches in putting up strategic plans for Evangelism to win souls and to put strong foundations in teaching the Word of God. He wrote several books, among which: True Love, The Mystery of the Upper Room, Christian Education in Courtship, Honey-moon and Marriage, The Seven Prophetic Mountains of the Lord. All his books are manuals for helping the Servants to build the Church. Consultant of project management and environmental, English’s Teacher.
|https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4jATGlusB7DUVFvNlBNWDVieWM/edit?usp=sharing||Topic: Farming Fruits trees|
Can play bi grole to fight the
Nowadays Climate change is becaming a great danger for human being in provocking naturels disaster, such as flood, erosion, wildfires, wildwind, desertification and disturbe the cycle of the climate as a consequence destruction of the ozone layer. Its becoming very hot during the rain saison and coolder during the dry saison. That is why men are looking for a better environment for living.
In fact, several conferences have done so, to search the solution for climate change. That is the reason why I bring one of the solutions; that is farming fruit trees...
|8/8/2014 9:26:10||Ecoforum of NGOs of Kazakhstan||Ms. Svetlana Mogilyukemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Vadim Ni||NGO "Asian American Partnership"||Kazakhstan||Kazakhstan||Male||46||English, Russian||Mr. Vadim Ni is the leader of an environmental NGO of Kazakhstan. He is an active member of Ecoforum of NGOs of Kazakhstan (national network of environmental NGOs) and Central Asian Climate Initiative (subregional network of environmental NGOs).|
He is very experienced in both effective advocacy or implementation of community based solutions for climate change mitigation or adaptation. Currently he coordinates such activities for Central Asian Climate Initiative aimed at reduction of GHG emissions in the sectors of municipal transport and power, heating and hot water supply.
Mr. Ni speaks fluently two UN languages - Russian and English. He has good experience of participation in international forums on climate change and environmental protection as representative of civil society and in expert's capacity. So Mr. Ni has excellent competency with climate change issues, experience with presenting climate change issues in public fora.
|Mr. Vadim Ni is Executive Director of NGO “Asian American Partnership” (an environmental NGO based in Kazakhstan, a member of Ecoforum of NGOs of Kazakhstan). He is one of the most active and experienced environmental activists in Kazakhstan and Central Asia. Mr. Ni coordinated a number of public advocacy campaigns on promotion of public environmental rights, development of national policy and legislation on environmentally safe nuclear waste management, climate change mitigation.|
Mr. Ni is a Kazak environmental lawyer and one of his specializations is climate change mitigation and adaptation. He worked as a legal consultant for numerous international projects on climate change and environmental protection supported by EC, EBRD, World Bank, UNDP, OSCE and Volkswagen Foundation. In 2010-2012 he participated in drafting of national climate change legislation in Kazakhstan to launch the national emission trading scheme and implement the Kyoto Protocol. He has experience of participation in UN climate negotiations in the capacity of legal consultant for Kazak delegations.
In addition to it, Mr. Ni has a profound understanding of the international environmental and climate change law and policy from his experience of working and interaction with international lawyers and consultants. In 2002-2011 he served as a member of the Compliance Committee of the Aarhus Convention.
He holds two university degrees - one in chemistry (1993) and a second in law (2000). Mr. Ni is fluent in English, Russian is his mother tongue.
Key publications in English:
• Will Kazakhstan be the next country to establish carbon emissions trading scheme? Carbon trading, October 2012, www.carbon-tradingmagazine.com
• The Aarhus Convention: A Basis for Reforming the Legislation on Access to Environmental Information in Kazakhstan. Journal of European Environmental and Planning Law, Issue 4, 2007
• Can Kazakhstan Profit from Radioactive Waste? Domestic and International Legal Perspectives on a Proposal to Import Radioactive Waste. The Georgetown International Environmental Law Review, Volume XV, Issue 3, Spring 2003
|https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Pg3FCSb-ouXHYITU18HBfU6aSro-zSbQYQr7h5eobV4/edit?usp=sharing||Will Kazakhstan be the next country to establish carbon emissions trading scheme? Carbon trading, October 2012, www.carbon-tradingmagazine.com|
The Aarhus Convention: A Basis for Reforming the Legislation on Access to Environmental Information in Kazakhstan. Journal of European Environmental and Planning Law, Issue 4, 2007
Can Kazakhstan Profit from Radioactive Waste? Domestic and International Legal Perspectives on a Proposal to Import Radioactive Waste. The Georgetown International Environmental Law Review, Volume XV, Issue 3, Spring 2003
|8/8/2014 9:26:28||Millennium Institute||Mayumi Sakoh||ms@millennium-institute||Attend Summit only||No||Hans Rudolf Herren||Millennium Institute||http://www.millennium-institute.org||Swiss||United States||Male||67||English, French, German||Dr. Herren led the development of comprehensive national models for the Africa Adaptation Program that integrate the analysis of the risks and impacts of climate change. The models inform policymakers involved in climate change risk assessment, and management efforts by facilitating their understanding of the effects of climate change and helping them formulate more coherent adaptation policies. |
For the Green Economy Report, he coordinated the development of comprehensive global and national sectoral models that demonstrate how investments and policies that shift societies to a green economy will contribute to better macroeconomic performance, generate high quality jobs, and reduce poverty, while also generating results that help mitigate and adapt to climate change.
Dr. Herren is leading the CCGA project, which focuses on making agriculture more sustainable by adopting agroecological practices that increase resiliency and increase the capacity of farmers to adapt to climate change.
|Dr. Herren’s main interests and experience are in the area of holistic, integrated and sustainable agriculture and development. He has hands-on experience in research, capacity development, management of agricultural and bio-science research organizations and is also active at the policy level, to assure that knowledge, science and technology contribute effectively to sustainable and equitable development by informing development policies at national, regional and global levels.|
• President and CEO since May 2005 of the Millennium Institute USA;
• Chief Executive and Director General, 1994 – 2004 of the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) Kenya;
• Director Biological Control Program 1979 -1991 and Director Plant Health Management Division 1992 to 1994 at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) Nigeria.
Other professional functions:
• Coordinator of the Agriculture chapter of the UNEP Green Economy Report , 2011 and of the UNEP Report on the Ecological Bases of Food Security, 2012.
• Co-Chair of the International Assessment of Agricultural Science and Technology for Development (IAASTD), 2003-2009.
• Founder and President of Biovision.ch Foundation for Ecological Development, Switzerland, 1998-present.
• University of California, Berkeley, Biological Control Division. Post-Doctoral position in entomology/agronomy 1977 - 1979.
• Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich, Switzerland 1969 – 1977 (MSc in plant breeding and entomology; PhD in biological control of insect pests).
Awards and Honors:
Right Livelihood Award (Alternative Nobel Prize 2013
One World Award 2010
World Food Prize 1995, in recognition for having advanced human development by improving the quality, quantity and availability of the world’s food supply
Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement in 2003 for outstanding contributions to the field of environmental health
Foreign Associate in US National Academy of Sciences in 1999
Member of the Third World Academy of Sciences since 2005
|8/8/2014 11:03:51||N/A||Edward Mortimerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Chandraraj J T Thamotheram||Preventable Surprises and Push Your Parents||http://www.preventablesurprises.com/ & http://www.pushyourparents.org/||British||UK||Male||54||English||Experienced investment professional who chose, thru concern re climate change, to leave well-paid job & act as change agent. Works just outside the system and forces it, using deep knowledge of how it works, to aim higher than conventional “corporate responsibility”. Unusual ability to bridge worlds, being both Chair of Push Your Parents (gets young people to talk to parents re power of pension funds) and CEO of Preventable Surprises (engages corporates & investors on what they can do to prevent & mitigate “black swan” events). Well informed & articulate on climate & able to play a thought leader role (set up Institutional Investor Group on Climate Change in 2001, long before it was career-enhancing to care about this linkage). Has campaigned for peace, development & human rights over several decades. So, more than well informed on climate change, has thought deeply re civil society's role in driving change, & is articulate with widely varying audiences.||Raj Thamotheram – a well-recognised thought-leader in the field of long-term and sustainable investing – is CEO of Preventable Surprises, President Emeritus of the Network for Sustainable Financial Markets, a Visiting Fellow at the Smith School (Oxford University) and Chair of the Advisory Council for Push Your Parents. His clients include a mid sized European Private Equity firm, a major religious organisation and an ESG research agency. He has led the Responsible Investment team at Universities Superannuation Scheme (where he launched several collaborative initiatives including the Institutional Investor Group for Climate Change, Enhanced Analytics Initiative, Marathon Club, Pharma Shareowners Group, Pharma Futures) and also at AXA Investment Managers (where he launched first fund in Europe focused on human capital management and launched the strategy to mainstream ESG, RI Inside). He was nominated by Global Proxy Watch as “one of the 10 most influential figures in the corporate governance field” in 2004 and again in 2008. He is now an independent adviser on “investing as if the long-term matters” and a columnist for Investment & Pensions Europe (IPE). He trained as a medical doctor, has worked in NGOs, as founder and Director of Saferworld, international head of advocacy at ActionAid and the first manager of the Ethical Trading Initiative. He has also worked as a CSR consultant with clients including BT, UK Cabinet Office and Caricom.||http://www.sustainablefinancialmarkets.net/participants/raj-thamotheram/||Examples of articles|
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|8/8/2014 11:38:34||nrg4SD||Guillermo Velascoemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Mireia Rozas-Simon||nrg4SD (LAMG)||http://www.nrg4sd.org/||United States||United States||Female||40||English, Spanish, Catalan||As an Organizing Partner of the Local Authorities Major Group, nrg4SD has been advocating for the inclusion of local and regional solutions to the post-2015 challenges since the RIO+20 Conference.|
Mireia Rozas has been actively commited to participate in the work of the Open Working Group on the elaboration of an outcome proposat of the Sustainable Development Goals.
|Mireia Rozas-Simon is the Public Affairs Officer at the Delegation of Catalonia to the United States of America. Mireia has attended, as a member of the civil society, the Open Working Group sessions since 2013, and has participated in drafting and presenting statements while representing nrg4SD, the Network of Regions for Sustainable Development, where the government of Catalonia is a member since 2001. The Government of Catalonia, as co-president of nrg4SD, represents the Local Authorities Major Group in the OWG where members of the civil society have been able to share their unique perspectives on SDGs and their implementation with participating Member States of the United Nations.|
During the OWG meetings, nrg4SD presented a proposal on Cities and Local Sustainability with the support of Major Groups representing Indigenous Peoples, Women, and the Scientific and Technological Community. In their proposals, nrg4SD strongly expressed the need for agreement on SDGs built around the phenomenon of urban growth. In order to address the issues of urban sustainability, conservation and regeneration, nrg4SD also highlighted the need for designing an urban development agenda that also includes the urban periphery, suburbs, and rural areas outside of cities.
For nrg4SD members, an integrated territorial management of cities and their surrounding areas would encourage the creation of new infrastructures, improved access for citizens to services, and more coordinated response to the challenges posed by climate change and the growth of urban economic inequality. Therefore, the participation in this year’s Climate Summit is key to represent the voice of subnational governments that are working to implement comprehensive regional planning measures and to create greater public support for measures seeking to integrate urban areas and their suburban peripheries.
Prior to her position at the Delegation of Catalonia, Mireia taught social studies to English language learners in American High Schools for 10 years.
|8/8/2014 11:39:16||COICA||COICAfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Edwin Vasquez Campos||COICA||www.coica.org.ec||Peruvian||Peru||Male||43||Spanish||Actualmente es el Coordinador General reelecto de la Coordinadora de las Organizaciones Indígenas de la Cuenca Amazónica (COICA), para el periodo 2013 – 2017, elegido en el IX congreso de esta organización realizado en la ciudad de Villavicencio – Colombia, en el mes de diciembre de 2013.|
Al frente de esta organización internacional, desempeña una serie de responsabilidades y de relación con los organismos internacionales de ámbito intergubernamental del Sistema de las Naciones Unidas, vinculados con temas ambientales, cambio climático, desarrollo sostenible y de derechos humanos, así como con los Estados Nacionales y los organismos no gubernamentales para el establecimiento y aplicación de políticas públicas para la conservación de la cuenca amazónica y los derechos de los pueblos indígenas de esta misma región.
|Líder y dirigente del pueblo indígena huitoto de la región de Loreto, Putumayo, República del Perú. Su vida lo ha dedicado al liderazgo indígena por la defensa, promoción y aplicación de los derechos de los pueblos indígenas.|
Desde muy joven, comenzó su liderazgo como Presidente de la Federación de Comunidades Nativas de la Frontera – Putumayo, Perú en los años 1993 – 1994, y luego paso a ejercer cargos de Vocal y Vicepresidente en la Asociación Interétnica de Desarrollo de la Selva Peruana (AIDESEP), por los años 1994 al 2002. Después de esta experiencia de trabajo organizativo, por sus cualidades dirigenciales en representación de los pueblos indígenas de la amazonía peruana, fue designado como dirigente de Área de Territorios y Recursos Naturales, por los años 1998 – 2005, y en esta representación igualmente fue designado como Miembro del Comité de Coordinación Internacional de la Alianza Mundial de Pueblos Indígenas de los Bosques Tropicales (Chang Main – Thailandia) y a la vez Vicepresidente de la Alianza del Clima: Ciudades Europeas – Pueblos Indígenas Amazónicos.
Sin embargo de este trajín dirigencial en el ámbito internacional, nunca ha dejado su relación con los pueblos indígenas de base, y es así que por los años 2005 al 2011, fue designado presidente de la Organización Regional de Pueblos Indígenas del Oriente (ORPIO), Loreto. Actualmente es el Coordinador General reelecto de la Coordinadora de las Organizaciones Indígenas de la Cuenca Amazónica (COICA), para el periodo 2013 – 2017, elegido en el IX congreso de esta organización realizado en la ciudad de Villavicencio – Colombia, en el mes de diciembre de 2013. Al frente de esta organización internacional, desempeña una serie de responsabilidades y de relación con los organismos internacionales de ámbito intergubernamental del Sistema de las Naciones Unidas, vinculados con temas ambientales, cambio climático, desarrollo sostenible y de derechos humanos, así como con los Estados Nacionales y los organismos no gubernamentales para el establecimiento y aplicación de políticas públicas para la conservación de la cuenca amazónica y los derechos de los pueblos indígenas de esta misma región.
|8/8/2014 11:45:58||Maasai Community Outdoor Educators||William Kiptoemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Philip Odongo||Maasai Community Outdoor Educators||N/A||KENYA||KENYA||MALE||39||ENGLISH, FRENCH||The Candidate is a board member of the Maasai Community Outdoor Educators and the Ag.Chief Executive Officer of the Kenya Climate Change Working Group (KCCWG) and is available to be at the UN Headquarters in NY at 8:30am on 23 September for the UN Climate Summit and thus can obtain VISA in three weeks. He is a member of the Climate Action Network International (CAN), the Accra Caucus and the Kenya Climate Change Working Group. These networks are engaged in debates at the Conference of Parties and intersession meetings under the UNFCCC and is conversant with the milestones in the development of the Fair, Ambitious and legally binding Climate Agreement and has followed the process from COP 5- COP 20||The candidate was born in 1975 and attended the University of Utrecht attaining a Bsc in Environmental Studies (Botany). He is a passionate Climate Change Justice Activist and a Fundraiser with exceptional ability. He joined the Climate Action International REDD+ and Shared vision working Groups at COP 12, Accra Caucus AT COP 15 Copenhagen Denmark. He is a specialist in REDD+ development and has managed a Program financed by the World Bank (FCPF) as Programs Officer at the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA). As a trainer and Community mobilizer he will bring into the Summit effective strategies in combating Climate Change reflecting best practice lessons in obtaining equity||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0L3iV4l7hwbd3lScFh4b2xEWlE/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0L3iV4l7hwbd3lScFh4b2xEWlE/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/8/2014 11:48:45||nrg4SD||Guillermo Velascofirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Guillermo Velasco||nrg4SD (LAMG)||http://www.nrg4sd.org/||Spain||United States||Male||27||English, Spanish, Catalan||As an Organizing Partner of the Local Authorities Major Group, nrg4SD has been advocating for the inclusion of local and regional solutions to the post-2015 challenges since the RIO+20 Conference.|
Guillermo Velasco has been actively commited to participate in the work of the Open Working Group on the elaboration of an outcome proposat of the Sustainable Development Goals by drafting and presenting statements at the civil society discussions of the OWG.
|Guillermo Velasco is a Policy Officer at the Delegation of Catalonia to the United States of America. Guillermo has attended, as a member of the civil society, the Open Working Group sessions since 2013, and has participated in drafting and presenting statements while representing nrg4SD, the Network of Regions for Sustainable Development, where the government of Catalonia is a member since 2001. The Government of Catalonia, as co-president of nrg4SD, represents the Local Authorities Major Group in the OWG where members of the civil society have been able to share their unique perspectives on SDGs and their implementation with participating Member States of the United Nations.|
During the OWG meetings, nrg4SD presented a proposal on Cities and Local Sustainability with the support of Major Groups representing Indigenous Peoples, Women, and the Scientific and Technological Community. In their proposals, nrg4SD strongly expressed the need for agreement on SDGs built around the phenomenon of urban growth. In order to address the issues of urban sustainability, conservation and regeneration, nrg4SD also highlighted the need for designing an urban development agenda that also includes the urban periphery, suburbs, and rural areas outside of cities.
For nrg4SD members, an integrated territorial management of cities and their surrounding areas would encourage the creation of new infrastructures, improved access for citizens to services, and more coordinated response to the challenges posed by climate change and the growth of urban economic inequality. Therefore, the participation in this year’s Climate Summit is key to represent the voice of subnational governments that are working to implement comprehensive regional planning measures and to create greater public support for measures seeking to integrate urban areas and their suburban peripheries
|8/8/2014 12:18:31||HATOF Foundation; Climate Action Network-Ghana||Samuel Dotseemail@example.com||Representative to speak in the 2014 Climate Summit Opening on behalf of civil society at large (Candidates must be female, under the age of 30, and from a developing country), Attend Summit only||Yes||SAH AKWEN NANCY||HATOF Foundation||www.hatof.org||Cameroonian||Ghana||Female||30||French, English & Spanish||Dr.Sah Akwen Nancy works with vulnerable urban coastal communities in Accra, Ghana, is facilitating the formation of community clubs and implementation of climate change adaptation options including the adapting fuel efficient stoves and community waste recycling and management, collaborated with school teachers using drama, essay and art to enhance children’s understanding of climate change effects, and motivating them to adopt environmental friendly practices. She presented her research findings at international climate change conferences and participated at COP 17, Durban, South Africa. She has participated in radio and television plays and Television and radio interviews on the Cameroon Radio and Television Broadcasting Corporation (CRTV), is a trained radio and television journalist and processes the aptitude to deliver with clarity. We are confident she will make an excellent speaker and delegate to the summit. She has a US visa and is available to participate in the summit.|
Dr. Sah Akwen Nancy is a post-doctoral researcher under Climate Change Adaptation Research and Training Capacity for Development (CCARTCD) Programme funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Canada and hosted at the Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS), University of Ghana. She holds a PhD in Gender and Diversity (2013) from the University of Oviedo, Spain. She also holds a joint Erasmus Mundus Master (GEMMA) of Women and Gender studies (2010) from the University of Lodz, Poland and the University of Oviedo in Oviedo, Spain. She obtained a Double Majors Bachelor of Science degree in Women and Gender Studies/Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Buea, Cameroon. Her research interests focus on the nexus of climate change, gender, youth, agriculture, adaptation and mitigation pathways for sustainable development. She has been active in local, national, and international policy and networking forums including Cameroon’s High Level Policy Caucus deliberations on REDD at UNFCCC’s Durban COP 17, South Africa; her engagements have contributed to existing knowledge through presentations and publications including co-authoring “Knowledge Management Systems and Education for Building Small Holder Resilience to Climate Change”, 5th chapter of forthcoming publication by the Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) that examines climate smart agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa.
Nancy is a recipient of The European Commission Erasmus Mundus Scholarship; Future Agricultures Consortium Early Career Fellow (Award supporting one year part-time post-masters original field-based and policy-oriented research on African agricultural policy) and, Grant for postgraduate research and collaboration by The Institute of Women, Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, Spain. She has worked in International and Local Non Governmental organizations in areas of sustainable agriculture, extension support, grassroots poverty alleviation and gender mainstreaming. Nancy has also been a HIV/AIDS peer educator of teenage girls with Association Camerounaise pours le Marketing Social (ACMS) Cameroon, an affiliate and platform of Population Services International. She holds membership in professional and academic bodies such as The Population Association of America (PAA) and a member of GenderCC-Women for Climate justice.
|8/8/2014 12:33:09||Transparencia Mexicana, national chapter of Transparency International||Vania Montalvofirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Vania Daniela Montalvo Nuñez||Transparencia Mexicana, AC.||www.tm.org.mx||Mexican||Mexico||Female||31||Spanish - English||I believe I have attained relevant skills for this opportunity to attend the Climate Summit as a result of my professional experience in Transparencia Mexicana, national chapter of Transparency International (TI), global movement against corruption. Since 2010 Transparencia Mexicana participates in a cross-country programme named which commitment is to help to ensure that public money assigned for climate change actions is not diverted through corruption. TI’s chapters involved in this programme: Peru, Bangladesh, Maldives, Kenya, Vietnam, among others.|
Because of my daily basis work, I’m engaged with negotiations that are being delivered at national and global level in order to guarantee that climate finance is more effective and implements social and anticorruption safeguards.
My organisation collaborates actively with government, CSOs and parliamentarians. Due to this, I’m confident that the discussions delivered at the summit will be well transferred.
|Programme Coordinator and Communications specialist with Master degree in Advanced Studies on Social Communication by Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona, Spain). In January 2009, I joined Transparencia Mexicana, Transparency International's (TI) Mexican chapter. As Transparencia Mexicana's Institutional Liaison since 2010, I collaborated in the institution's relations with national and international partners, government representatives, and media. Since 2011, I collaborate with the Climate Finance Integrity Programme, a Programme developed by TI that aims to ensure that the efforts to protect the planet from climate change, not be diminished by corruption. This purpose is to be reached by the promotion of greater accountability, transparency and integrity in the management of project resources for mitigation and adaptation on climate change, at global and national levels. At the national level, I’m in charge of the coordination of the Programme.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/anbux805yqwt9p0/Vania%20Montalvo_CV_en%26shortbio2014_.pdf||Moving Beyond: How to make more transparent the profits from the exploitation of oil, gas and mining in Mexico, the EITI initiative in Mexico. http://www.tm.org.mx/ir-mas-alla-recursos-estrategicos-mexico/|
Bohorquez E, Montalvo Vania (2014). The Mexican Petroleum Company, the CO2 and the corporate social responsibility: http://estepais.com/site/?p=52206
De la Fuente A, Montalvo Vania. Towards more transparency and accountability of the climate finance policies http://www.tm.org.mx/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Onepgs_Presupuestal_6_nov-1.pdf
Brandâo B, Montalvo Vania (2013). Climate talks. Active partners or silent onlookers? Transparency International daily corruption news.http://www.transparency.org/news/feature/climate_talks_active_partners_or_silent_onlookers
Brandâo B, and Montalvo V. Mexico at the International Climate Regime: Mexican National Audit Office Technical Magazine (2:3), august 2012: http://www.asf.gob.mx/uploads/61_Publicaciones_tecnicas/Revista_Tecnica_3.pdf
|8/8/2014 12:52:56||Association Carré Géo & Environnement||Ibrahim Mfondoun Mbamokoemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Florence Viviane ENOBO||Association Carré Géo & Environnement||www.carregeoenvironnement.jimdo.com||Cameroonian||Cameroon||female||30||french||Florence Viviane ENOBO is a Lecturer of Physical geography, hydrology, and climatology and Environmental issues at the department of Geography, University of Buea in cameroon. He obtained a Ph.D in geography from the University of Buea, Cameroon. Florence Viviane ENOBO did a Post-Doctoral Research at McGill University particularly at the Brace centre for integrated water Resource management in 2010. His research interest are in the area of Geomorphology, Environmental impact Assessment, Climate Change and its implication and integrated water resource management. she has published a number of articles in both local and international journals and she is an Associate Editor in some local journals at the University of Buea in cameroon.||October 2005: Ph.D, University of Buea & Universite de Montreal, Canada.|
Doctoral research title: The Impact of Natural and Human-Induced
Hazard in Fako Division of Cameroon
October 1999: Masters of Science in Geography, University of Buea, Cameroon
July 1997: Bachelor of Science (Hons), University of Buea, Cameroon
Geography with minor in Education
1 - Ecole d’ eté “Statistiques, Cartographies et Analyse Spatiale, Yaounde, Août 2006:
Organised by Universités Paris 7 Denis Diderot and Yaounde 1
|8/8/2014 13:06:49||World Evangelical Alliance||Marielle Alifirstname.lastname@example.org||No||Deborah Fikes||World Evangelical Alliance||http://www.worldea.org||United States||United States||Female||56||English||As the UN Permanent Representative of the World Evangelical Alliance, Mrs. Fikes represents close to 700 million evangelicals across 129 countries. Additionally, she serves on the Advisory Board of the Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard School of Public Health. She is an Ambassador for the Clean Revolution, a partnership of international statesmen and governments, business leaders and corporations, thinkers and opinion formers coordinated by The Climate Group. She is a member of the Interfaith Moral Action on Climate Coalition and the National Climate Ethics Campaign Coalition. Fikes also serves as an Ambassador for Oxfam Sisters on the Planet, which raises awareness about hunger, poverty, and climate change, especially as they affect women worldwide.|
Mrs. Fikes is able to bring a faith based perspective to climate change--an important stakeholder which has so far been ignored in climate discussions.
|Deborah Fikes is the Permanent Representative to the United Nations for World Evangelical Alliance, which represents a constituency of 650 million with alliance offices in 129 countries. Fikes has served as an Executive Advisor to WEA since 2009 and continues in this role in addition to her United Nations duties. She is also a board member of National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) in the United States.|
As the former spokesperson and advisor for Human Rights Advocacy for the Ministerial Alliance of Midland, Texas, Fikes led Protestant, Catholic, and Evangelical parishes in the hometown of President George W. Bush to network with their national and international counterparts to promote human rights advocacy effortsThe Midland Ministerial Alliance is well known for participating in interfaith dialogue and contributing to the peace negotiations that formed the Comprehensive Peace Agreement between North and South Sudan. Fikes has been involved with conflict resolution outreach initiatives in Africa and North Korea where she has traveled as an advisor to the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology. She serves as a board member of the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy in Washington, D.C. Fikes has been an advocate for environmental stewardship and the promotion of sustainable energy as part of Creation Care Initiatives that the World Evangelical Alliance has supported.She has spoken at public events about “Greening the Golden Rule," sharing her observation that the topic of climate change has become politicized and controversial among U.S. evangelicals which is not the case among the greater evangelical global body. Fikes was included as one of the opening speakers for NYC Climate Week 2012 hosted by The Climate Group, a non-profit independent organization promoting economic growth though cleaner energy sources. Fikes supports clean energy as vital to advancing a holistic approach to addressing humanitarian needs in third world countries and mitigating conflict over competition for resources. She has been a vocal advocate for supporting younger evangelical environmentalists who have not been embraced in their conservative faith traditions.Fikes received her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University and a masters degree from the University of Texas. She holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Concord Law School and a Graduate Degree in International Human Rights Law from Oxford University.
|https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-lpRUMHDOoLyxzbctsLqRB3l65NiJvpI8V4xGNlzCi8/edit?usp=sharing||Deborah Fikes, World Evangelical Association at Climate Week NYC 2012|
Deborah Fikes, World Evangelical Alliance, at Climate Week NYC 2012
Reversing the Trend of Teens Leaving the Church: Using Climate Change to Reengage Our Youth
|8/8/2014 13:15:34||PARYAVARAN MITRA||MAHESH PANDYAemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||MAHESH PANDYA||PARYAVARAN MITRA||paryavaranmitra.org.in||INDIAN||INDIA||MALE||48||HINDI, ENGLISH||“From very early age, I was helping needy people around me, my parents transmitted to me the sense of duty to help people, especially the poor and oppressed. My activist life started when I was a student. I feel that it is my duty to participate in my country's development and environmental preservation".|
I am currently working at local level with knowledge of international climate developments – linking procedures/policies with ground level realities and working for obtaining climate justice for vulnerable people through different advocacy efforts.
Social-enviro monitoring of CDM projects in the state of Gujarat – through our advocacy efforts state government established a CDM cell at state level. Also did advocacy efforts for proper public participation in stakeholder consultation for CDM projects.
| After getting degree in Environmental Engineering, started working for voluntary organization on industrial pollution issues. My organization is working as a watch dog and doing monitoring of implementation of environmental.|
From 1996, joined as Programme Coordinator of Environment cell with Centre for Social Justice, Ahmedabad [a non-governmental organization]. Currently director of same organization renamed as Paryavaran Mitra (Friends of Environment), which is a project of Janvikas.
Climate Change related issues and their analysis, Clean Development Mechanism process in India, Environmental Clearance process of India and its legal analysis, Public Interest litigations in pollution issues, Use of Right to Information Act in monitoring purpose, Networking and advocacy in print and electronic media, Editor and Publisher of environmental newsletter. Understanding of livelihood with respect to natural resources.
Published papers on different issues related to environment, climate change and sustainable development at national level:
Participated in ‘Cut the carbon’ march in U.K. 14th July to 11th August 2007 organized by Christian Aid to create awareness among people and Politicians to reduce consumption of carbon intensive commodities.
Television interviews and newspaper interviews/quotes have been released for environmental issues in different newspaper/magazine/television channels.
Make critical review of Environmental Public Hearing Process in 1999 and filed Public Interest Litigation in Gujarat High Court. Got landmark judgment for amendment in Environment Public Hearing under my leadership and guidance
Editor of bi-monthly magazine called 'Paryavaran Mitra', from 1997 - till date published more than 170 issues in a popular language
|8/8/2014 13:16:57||BYND2015 Nepal Hub & Rural Reconstruction Nepal (RRN)||Kabita Gautam & Arjun Karkifirstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||Yes||Kabita Gautam||BYND2015 Nepal hub||http://bynd2015nepalhub.wordpress.com/||Nepali||Nepal||Female||27||English||Has been recently leading COPinMyCity Project in Nepal under the guidance of CliMates since 2013. Has participated in different consultation workshops regarding COP in Nepal. Similarly she has been organizing different activities at grassroot level to engage and motivate young people in Climate Action. |
First she is available on that date in NY. She will need partial funding, accommodation, fooding and local expenses. Ms. Gautam has been actively involved in CSO advocacy as an Children and Youth focal point for Asia Pacific Regional CSO Engagement Mechanism. Belonging to a developing country, she is the only female activist who has been mobilizing thousand of youth for climate action and sustainable development and carrying youth voices from local to global level. She has been doing different simulation on COP and other negotiation processes. Being very active in social media she is an enthusiastic blogger training more than 150 young people in Nepal on how to write a blog. Moreover, she has a good leadership for which she has wider engagement at global networks. She is very dedicative to her commitments with good leadership skills.
|Kabita Gautam, an active, energetic and enthusiastic youth, is passionate about social media/networking who has been empowering and engaging hundreds of young people from|
local to global level for global issues. With some guts to make things happen, innovation and flow of unique ideas, she aspires to be self-motivated youth leader. In 2011, she was appointed as Country Director by Youth Climate Report to mobilize youth
for making videos on climate crisis. Similarly, for her amazing abilities to blog, communicate and network, she was nominated as one of the grantees of Youth Action Fund in 2012 for her project “The Environ Vibes: Social Networking on Move” during which she trained around hundred young people to blog. In addition to that, she has been training blind and visually impaired young people on blogging which is first of its kind in Nepal. As a Nepalese youth delegate and only a leading female activist for South Asia, she was
nominated as Social Media Focal Point for UN Major Group for Children & Youth (MGCY) as well as Team Leader for Green Economy Youth Task Force during the preparation process of
Rio+20 Conference since 2011. Using several platforms, she is voicing and advocating for different youth issues. Acknowledging all her hard work, she was recommended as one of the representatives of MGCY and Civil Society in different meetings organized by UNESCAP in Thailand. Her contribution for youth capacity building and empowerment lead her as Founder/Mentor of Nepal Tunza Youth Environment Network (NTYEN) under the guidelines of UNEP-TUNZA in 2013. Remaining offsite, with her active online participation and facilitation of different events in Nepal, she has contributed to BYND2015 Global Youth Summit held in Costa Rica on September 2013 as an official hub founder and coordinator of ITU. With continuous voices on youth issues she was nominated as Country Ambassador for COPinMyCity in 2013 during which she collected young people voices on Climate Change. Having a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, she is recently working as a founder and coordinator at BYND2015 Nepal Hub. For her active involvement and contribution she was also appointed as communication focal point for MGCY 10YFP on SCP in 2014. In May 2014, she had an opportunity to attend Asia Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development organized by UNESCAP in Thailand, during which she was nominated as Children & Youth Focal Point for Asia Pacific Regional CSO Engagement Mechanism (RCEM).
|8/8/2014 13:23:05||Nigerian Youth Climate Coalition||Esther Agbarakwefirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Olumide Idowu Emmanuel||Nigeria||Climate Wednesday||Nigeria||Nigeria||Male||27||English||Olumide Idowu has been doing great work when it comes to advocacy and developmental issues and I really recommend him to be part of this great conference. One of the things that makes him stand out is the one of the initiative he works on to make the voice of the youth be out there called Climate Wednesday (www.climatewed.org) and this initiative is a platform that build the voice and happens every Wednesday in the of the week where a selected topic is been raise around Climate Change and related issues around it. For almost one (1) year now he has been doing this and he has been engaging both the old and the new youth around Africa and the entire world. With this committed young man and his commitment towards sustainable development, I recommend him for the up coming conference.|
Olumide IDOWU is the Team Lead of Climate Wednesday, Youth Director Nigerian Youth Climate Coalition and passionate about Communication, Marketing, Public Relations and Environment particularly in the areas of Strategy, Communication Management, Research, Leadership, Mentoring, Training and Reporting around what is passionate about. He reports on global issues and development in Nigeria (Africa) and also a Social Media Experts. A tech savvy Journalist keen about using the new media as a tool to disseminate information, collaborate and stir up progressive interaction. He has volunteered for a youth-led capacity building and involved in wonderful youth activities which around the world. Presently he was awarded by UNISDR as Youth Champions on Disaster Risk Reduction.
|8/8/2014 13:39:35||Bharat Jan Vigyan Jatha (translates to India people's science campaign)||Soumya Duttaemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Soumya Dutta||Bharat Jan Vigyan Jatha||Beyond Copenhagen collective / Bharat Jan Vigyan Jatha||Indian||India||Male||56||English, Hindi, Bengali||Is a voluntary activist (non-funded) Involved in grass roots climate action as well as with sub-national & national climate policies in India (SAPCC / NAPCC)- for the last 8 years, and gave extensive inputs to state governments, institutions etc. Wrote extensively - books, booklets, monographs etc for public education, both at popular levels and semi-academic. Took part in many climate conferences - COPs, national policy debates (NAPCC/ SAPCC), and spoken in over 10 side events in COPs from COP-15, also in 11-12 Universities around the world. |
Engaged very deeply with climate extreme response by communities in the Himalayas, and assessing Loss & Damage and beyond. Helps & guides researchers from several countries.
|Left a cushy corporate job as head of IT in a Pvt corporation and came into proper science based social activism in late 1989. From then on - helped build up the largest grass root people's (Jan) science (Vigyan) campaign (Jatha) anywhere in the world, as its national secretary, under the guidance of socially committed eminent physicist Prof Yash Pal, which reached out to about 53,000 hamlets in India in the 1990s. |
Also helped launch IndiaClimateJustice as its founding member, is an active member of CJN. Organised and conducted many trainings on climate justice issues - for CSOs, media, student groups, large no of school teachers all over India.
Presently is deeply involved in preparing lot of groud level groups in understanding and facing the emerging climate crisis.
Wrote a no of technical studies on various aspects of CJ - including energy justice, climate extreme events, Atm Brn Cld, Coal, Meteorological forecasting and disaster response, Forests & CC etc. And still working on a voluntary basis -- WITHOUT ANY SALARY, managing from other incomes like writing studies etc.
|1. Upsetting the Offset « MayFly|
http://mayflybooks.org Upsetting the Offset engages critically with the political economy of carbon markets. It presents a range of case studies and critiques from around the world, Published 2012
2. Climate Change and India. Analysis of Political Economy and Impact ... http://chimalaya.org/2014/06/16/.Published 2013
3. World Bank, climate finance and Bangladesh: a briefing note ...
This briefing note is an attempt to unravel the complexity of climate financing, looking at the issue in the context of the geo-politics of the rich countries and .. Pub 2011,
4. The Science, Economics & Politics of Global Warming & Climate Change (written for high school science teachers), Published 2007, with assistance from Ministry of S&T, Govt of India, -- not on web,
5. The Real Cost of Power, The Real Cost of Power - Bank Information Center http://www.bicusa.org/wp content/uploads/2012/07/
|8/8/2014 13:54:03||Mountain and Glacier Protection Organization||Smaeera Zaibfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Sameera Zaib||Mountain and Glacier Protection Organization||Pakistani||Pakistani||Female||30||English, Urdu, Pashtu||Ms Zaib has theoretical background and practical experience in addressing climate change issue. She has participated in UNCSD Rio+20, UNFCCC COP20, Global Power Shift Turkey, and presented Pakistani youth at various national and international forums. Since 2011 she has been involved in mobilizing youth towards Rio+20, and raising awareness regarding climate change at local, national and international level. Being representative of youth and civil society she is ambitious to participate in Climate Summit. It will provide her a forum for interaction with eminent professionals, government and civil society representatives, and young professionals, she will be able to get equip with knowledge and network with professionals which will be a long lasting asset.||Ms Sameera Zaib, a Pakistani national, working with Mountain & Glacier Protection Organization (MGPO) as ESM and M&E Officer. Beside this, she is Coordinator for Asia Pacific Youth Task Force on Rio+20 (APYTF), Coordinator for Khyber Pahtoonkhwa/Gilgit Baltistan with Pakistan Environmentalists Association, steering committee member of Asian Youth Climate Network (AYCN) and ICIMOD Youth Ambassador for UNCCC COP 18 (volunteer commitments). She holds MS Environmental Sciences degree from International Islamic University Islamabad, MSc Environmental Sciences from Peshawar University, Post Graduate Diploma in GIS/Remote Sensing from Peshawar University and another Post Graduate course on Protecting Mountain Biodiversity from University of Torino, Italy. She has over five years of working experience with different organizations (national and international) in the field of community development, project implementation, environmental education, natural resource management and has carried out a number of Environmental Impact Assessment studies of developmental projects in Pakistan. Since 2011 she has been involved in pre and post Rio+20 activities at national and international level by promoting environmental awareness among youth in the context of Rio+20 and organized/co-organized a number of events including e-discussions, webinars, workshop and youth forums. She takes keen interest in climate change issues, sustainable development, youth mobilization and advocacy, Rio+20 and for post 2015 development agenda (SDGs). Her other interests include writing, blogging and campaigning for sustainability and climate change.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8F62s6d3E33WlZFTy1OOEtFM1U/edit?usp=sharing||www.sameerazaib.blogspot.com|
|8/8/2014 14:35:55||Asociación Ak' Tenamit||Steve Dudenhoeferemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Carlos Bernabe Chex Mux||Asociación Ak' Tenamit||www.aktenamit.org||Guatemalan||Guatemala||Male||43||Spanish, Kachiquel/Mayan, English||Over the last 20 years, Mr. Chex, a Guatemalan Kachiquel Mayan indigenous lawyer, has been deeply involved in the struggles faced by indigenous peoples within Guatemala, regionally and globally. His wide experience both at a local level with a tremendous amount of experience in the field accompanying indigenous communities and organizations and traditional authorities, coupled with his many years of experience serving on committees and working groups and as an indigenous expert at a number of high level forums related to indigenous peoples, biodiversity, climate change and human rights makes Mr. Chex an excellent candidate to participate in the UN 2014 Climate Summit.||1997-2002: studied at the Faculty of Law of the University of San Carlos of Guatemala. (2007): Diploma at the post-graduate level with the Inter-american Commission on Human Rights and the American University Washington College of Law. (2001-2010): As an indigenous lawyer accompanied processes that defend the rights of indigenous peoples both at the national level with indigenous organizations in Guatemala and with regional organizations in Central America. (2002) presented a report at a hearing session before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights on the situation of indigenous peoples' rights in Central America. (2007): Accompanied the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples Issues to Salkhard Russia, to a specific mission on Nenets Peoples’ territories and the RAIPON. Participated in the Conference on Extractive Industries and Indigenous Peoples in representation of indigenous peoples of Latin America held in Australia. (2008): Socialized the content and scope of the ILO Convention 169 with indigenous organizations throughout Central America, through the Central American Indigenous Council (CICA). (2001-2007): Took part in sessions of the Working Group of the UN for the formulation and negotiation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. (2000-2012)||https://www.dropbox.com/s/ox2qrgf89wzx4xu/Carlos_Mux_CV.pdf||Tierras y territorios indígenas. Empoderamiento Legal (Aspectos conceptuales básicos). PROCASUR Chile. Agosto 2010.|
- Informe sobre la Declaración de las Naciones Unidas sobre los Derechos de los Pueblos Indígenas. ONU Nueva York, 2007.
- Perspectivas sobre las relaciones entre los pueblos indígenas y las compañías industriales. Taller del Foro Permanente sobre Cuestiones Indígenas de la ONU. Salekhard, Rusia 2007.
- Análisis Jurídico, problemática de tierras y territorios indígenas en Centroamérica. RUTA/BID/BM Costa Rica, 2003 http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/ICAP/UNPAN027563.pdf
|8/8/2014 14:38:07||Fundación Sur Futuro, Inc.||Eduardo Juliafirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Juan Eduardo Julia Mera||Fundación Sur Futuro, Inc.||www.surfuturo.org||Dominican||Dominican Republic||Male||56||Spanish, English||As an UNFCCC registered observer organization since 2009, Sur Futuro welcomes the opportunity to submit a representative to the Summit as part of its pressed-by-reality efforts supporting communities vulnerable to climate change. Our Caribbean island is already facing unusual losses and damages as the 40,000 acres expansion of the Enriquillo lake on new land (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MibOTxLgkWM). The response to this slow onset event has been erratic and insufficient. We feel the urgent need to be present in the international scenario working together with scientist and politicians with a message from the ground up and the vision of the people in the need of answers and action about this phenomenon. Sur Futuro was present in the COPS in Copenhagen, Cancun and Warsaw, where we co-host a side event about the UN CC Learn project implemented for 400 teachers using an innovative methodology developed by UNESCO to create capacities to introduce climate change in the classrooms.||Mr. Eduardo Julia is an experienced planing officer, environmental consultant and ISO auditor working for Sur Futuro as Climate Change Coordinator since 2009. As a representative of Sur Futuro, he has attended the COPS in Copenhagen and Warsaw. In COP19 he participated in the side event giving the closing remarks.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4itG8HeN8p0cnIzMktXVS1IMFE/edit?usp=sharing||http://prezi.com/pligqaqxdnsb/proyecto-cambio-climatico/|
|8/8/2014 14:49:33||Action de Lutte contre la Malaria, A.LU.MA-Burundi||Mbonerane Albertemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Mbonerane Albert||Action de Lutte contre la Malaria, A.LU.MA-Burundi||www.alumaburundi.org||Burundian||Burundi||M||60||French||I am a member of the civil society, a spokesman of Nature, a gift from God. For years, we have organized forums to sensitize stakeholders (politicians and administrators, people) to get them to understand the importance of protecting the environment if we want to reduce the impacts of climate change, and aim sustainable development.||Since 2003, I have held positions that allowed me to speak on behalf of Nature. |
2003-2005: Minister of Environment.
2005: I created the association Action for the Environment Green Belt, and I led the NGO until July 2013: an excellent framework for advocacy.
In 2002, I founded the association Action Fight against Malaria, and I remain president until today. With funding from the German cooperation, we are implementing a Climate Health project, a framework that allows us to make political authorities that links climate change and health are integrated into policies
|8/8/2014 15:04:01||Climate Reaction||Carmen Caprilesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Gladys Lorena Terrazas Arnez||Network Peace Integration and Development||www.pazinde.com http://reaccionclimatica.webs.com/||Bolivian||Bolivia||Female||31||Spanish, English (basic level), Quechua||The participation of Latin American youth and indigenous young people in the Climate Summit 2014 is very important because the youth is aware of the consequences of climate change, we are agents and promoters of change so we must participate actively, influence the decisions makers in the Governments of the World in defense of Mother Earth. In 2010, Lorena worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia as a consultant on environmental projects and indigenous people, consultancy funded by the Organization of the Amazon Cooperation Treaty OTCA. Currently, she works in the technical team supporting the review of the position of Indigenous People to be presented at COP20. Lorena´s should be participate in the Climate Summit 2014 because she has experiences, and knowledge on the issue of climate change from the indigenous peoples of Bolivia, and Latina American point of view, and considered she have a capacity of generating networks.||Gladys Lorena Terrazas Arnez, is a young professional with Quechua indigenous roots; She has a background in International Relations, Conflict Resolution, specializing in issues of indigenous peoples, environment - climate change, with graduate degrees in Feminist Economics, Fiscal Policy and Gender Budgeting in Intercultural Contexts; on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and Public Policy and Governance and Political Management and climate change.|
She has undergraduate teaching experience as a coach and teacher guides thesis experience in participatory research and extensive career as a facilitator of training and education processes. She is coordinator and founding member of the Peace, Integration and Development Network, which works on youth issues, women, political participation and the environment, climate change and indigenous people of African descent.
|8/8/2014 15:08:21||Sierra Club||Michael Bosseemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Michael John Brune||Sierra Club||www.sierraclub.org||United States||United States||Male||42||English||Michael Brune is the executive director of Sierra Club, the largest (over 2.4 million members and supporters) and most-influential environmental nonprofit organization in the US. For over a decade, Sierra Club has focused on moving beyond fossil fuels, developing clean energy, and protecting vulnerable habitats in response to the climate crisis. Their Beyond Coal campaign to stop the building of new coal-fired power plants and retire existing plants is the most effective US environmental campaign of the past 40 years. National in scope, the campaign is based on Sierra Club’s grassroots structure and community-based organizers. The campaign has secured the retirement of 174 coal plants in the US. Sierra Club also works with grassroots partners across the globe to move away from fossil fuels and toward a safe and sustainable future. Priorities include international coal finance, clean-energy access for developing countries, and the environmental impact of international trade agreements.||As the Sierra Club’s leader since 2010, and as the executive director of the Rainforest Action Network for the previous seven years, Michael Brune has been a frequent and effective public advocate on environmental, climate, and energy issues. He has spoken at the World Affairs Council, Crested Butte Public Policy Forum, South by Southwest, Power Shift, and the Goldman Sachs Clean Energy Ecosystem Summit. In March of this year, he was invited to testify before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the climate impacts of the Keystone XL pipeline. Brune is the author of Coming Clean -- Breaking America's Addiction to Oil and Coal (2010). He is a regular blogger on Daily Kos and The Huffington Post and has contributed op-eds on climate and energy issues to the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and CNN.com, among others.||http://www.economist.com/debate/days/view/934|
|8/8/2014 15:58:33||Union for Defense of the Aral Sea and Amudarya||Izzet Aimbetovfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Yusup Kamalov||Union for Defense of the Aral Sea and Amudarya||Uzbekistan||Uzbekistan||63||Russian, English, Karakalpakian||The Union for Defense of the Aral Sea and Amudarya-UDASA is the first real NGO in Uzbekistan established in 1989. Mr. Kamalov is nominated by the general meeting of the UDASA. He is actively promoting the necessity of adaptation to the climate change both in Uzbekistan and in Central Asia. He supports local initiatives and innovations dealing with the reducing of the consuming of natural resources like drip irrigation, energy efficiency, and waste recycling. Kamalov is the first person who has risen up the problem of the dust from the former bottom of the Aral Sea which is reaching the high level of the atmosphere and stay in there for many days changing the albedo above giant territory and may serve as a trigger both for local climate and global climate changing. Kamalov participated in a number of local and international meetings concerning the climate change. He has made scientific and popular presentations for different audiences.He has visa for the USA effective up to April 2015||Mr. Kamalov was born in 1951, April 9, in Nukus, Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan. He graduated from the Moscow Power Engineering Institute in 1975 and has worked in Takhiatash power plant for two years. Since 1977 he works for the Karakalpakstan Branch of the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences. Nowadays he is head of the Renewable energy group. Since 1989 he voluntarily works for the NGO Union for Defense of the Aral Sea and Amudarya as a vice chairman and since 1994 as a chairman.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4C2wh55hIRCTk9PNkU2RTJ5czQ/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4C2wh55hIRCbjNaNWFNQlZzRkU/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/8/2014 16:12:47||Association Burkinabe pour la Survie de l’Enfance||Aristide Jean François Zongoemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Razangwende Emmanuel Ramde||Association Burkinabe pour la survie de l’Enfance||www.abse.bf||burkinabe||Burkina Faso||masculin||35||Francais||Monsieur Ramde est responsable chargé de l’environnement au sein de l’Association Burkinabé pour la Survie de l’Enfance (ABSE) depuis deux ans|
Il est spécialiste sur toutes les questions relatives au changement climatique et au développement durable, il anime régulièrement des panels assure des formations et rédigé des documents de sensibilisations sur le changement climatique.
L’ABSE a nommé monsieur Ramde parce que au retour de cette conférence il sera apte à partager ses connaissances et ses expériences avec ses collègues et les différents partenaires de l’ ABSE. En Outre, monsieur RAMDE est un fin communicateur et saura partager les expériences de l’ABSE avec les autres participants.
|Né le 26 aout 1979 à Treichville en République de la Cote D’ivoire, Monsieur Razangwendé Emmanuel Ramdé est diplômé en gestion de projets de l’école de formation en haute études commerciales. Actuellement gestionnaire de programmes au sein de l’association burkinabé pour la survie l’enfance depuis 2012 il est marié et père d’un enfant.||https://drive.google.com/a/abseburkina.org/file/d/0B1phy9n-jVGCbFNMNExieUxscUE/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1phy9n-jVGCeUw5OVRBbHhJdFE/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/8/2014 17:10:04||CSYM HUDUMA TANZANIA||KEN A.BUKHAYfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||NICOSEMUS SIAYI SOKO||TECDEN MANYARA||www.csmbtz.tz.org||Tanzanian||Tanzania||Male||57||English||The Candidate meets candidate meets the criteria indicated at the top of this form;as he had represented his community in many of such occassions,as UN WGIP,WGDD -The Rio+20 Country Event Coordinator and Child rights Meetings all eing International.||Biography |
Siayi Soko Nicodemus is the Founder and CSYM HUDUMA and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the organization Christian Spiritual Youth Ministry which is a Community Based Organization located in Manyara Region specifically in Mbulu Sanu Barray Village Office situated at Madunga Hall Sanu Barray.With him the organization have been in operation in the community for over 10 years with a Mission to serve mankind especially in providing the following:Educational,Developmental as well as Health related services and Spiritual services within the Manyara Administrative 4 Districts in which it supports the welfare of the Barabaig and Hadzabe Girls Education advancement and also assist with Land Rights and understanding of working Partnership between indigenous peoples and States: Treaties, agreements and constructive arrangements; as long as the Community is exposed to be; in addition the organization is also delivering of providing essential services, and address stigma as well as discrimination, prevention efforts for Women including PMTCT.With this also he has the required skills to run this NGO’s/CSO which and Consultation in NGO matters and this also recognized by the both(government of The United Republic of Tanzania and other International and National organizations and Partners in which to mention few as (TEN/MET/TECDEN/PANITA/PEPFAR-AIDS RELIEF/SAVE THE CHILDREN as well as The UN AGENCIES).He had volunteered for The Country Rio+20 Coordinator.
Other Information of an applicant. Other Attended Courses and Workshop:
1. Indigenous Peoples Workshop or Training and Conference
2.1995 -UN WGIP 13 Session Geneva
3. 1998 UN WG DD Geneva
4.1999 to 2002 Human Rights Training on HIV/AIDS -Arusha Tanzania
5.Member of the AU ECOSOCC Electoral College Nairobi Kenya
5. Dignity International HR Mainstreaming Intl. a Certificate Course.
6. ToT Training in Child Human Rights Country Level organized by CiC Ireland
7. Attended a Africa ECD Conference in Dakar Senegal 2010
Here are some of my current activities:
• Founder and CEO of CSYM HUDUMA Tanzania
• Member, Board of Directors, CSYM HUDUMA
• Member, Board, CCP* Network (Common Consultation for Peoples Network)
• Member, Advisory Board, TECDEN MANYARA
• Member, Advisory Board, MBUNGONET
• Founder Member of PANITA*The Partnership for Nutrition in Tanzania
• Founding member of The African Indigenous Peoples Committee in Geneva 1995
|He is also the Author to some Booklets on Youth and Indigenous Peoples as well as Religious matters and now writes for the NI MUHIMU (ITS ESSENTIAL) a Journal of the same organization; as the organization being well grounded and respected in the community, as well as by the religious groups and the local government it would need someone to have a knowledge in Journalism in which is hereby applied for. The government approaches them for collaboration when the resources to provide a particular service are available; now then there is a need for such knowledge and work for Media.|
|8/8/2014 17:14:39||Climate Healers||Sailesh Raoemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||No||Kip Lewis Andersen||AUM Films||http://www.animalsunitedmovement.org||U.S.||United States||Male||41||English||Kip Andersen is the chief protagonist in the groundbreaking documentary, "Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret", that is playing out to rave reviews throughout the US. He is an excellent speaker, has an excellent command of climate change issues and brings a fresh, top down perspective to the problem that has been sorely lacking in the UN deliberations to date.||Kip Andersen’s environmental awakening came as a result of An Inconvenient Truth. After seeing the film, he began to recycle religiously, turn off lights constantly, shower infrequently, and ride a bike instead of driving. Andersen believed he was doing everything he could to help the planet by following the guidelines of national and international environmental organizations, but his life took a different direction when he found out animal agriculture is the leading cause of environmental destruction. He is the founder of Animals United Movement, a pending 501(c)3 focused on creating films and media promoting sustainability, compassion,|
and peace for all of Earth's inhabitants. Also a serial entrepreneur, he has built more than a dozen businesses. He is a graduate of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo school of business and has called San Francisco home for more than a decade.
|The best example of Kip Andersen's public speaking is in the documentary, Cowspiracy, http://www.cowspiracy.com |
A Youtube interview with Kip Andersen can be found at
|8/8/2014 17:46:25||Climate Healers||Sailesh Raofirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||No||Keegan Kuhn||First Spark Media||http://www.firstsparkmedia.net||US||United States||Male||29||English||Keegan Kuhn is a co-producer of the groundbreaking documentary, "Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret," which is playing to rave reviews throughout the US. He is a young, energetic story-teller who is extremely articulate and very knowledgeable about climate change issues. He speaks from a top-down systems perspective that takes into account all anthropogenic causes of climate change, rather than being narrowly focused on fossil fuel burning.||Keegan Kuhn is a videographer, award-winning documentary filmmaker, and professional musician living in the east bay of San Francisco. He has worked with nonprofit organizations and been involved in social justice movements for virtually his entire life. As a filmmaker, he helps organizations reach an ever-greater community of supporters with the highest possible quality films and videos. His film career has taken him as far as the remote interior of Alaska to document modern homesteaders, to the high deserts of the American west filming the nation’s remaining wild horses, to rural agricultural communities and dirty urban streets. He is motivated by a deep desire to shed light on untold stories of the most downtrodden in our society, and to raise to awareness through greater visibility of social justice issues.||Keegan Kuhn is interviewed in the Youtube clip:|
|8/8/2014 19:27:49||Center For Research and Action for Sustainable Development in Central Africa (CERAD)||BIGOMBE LOGO Patriceemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||BIGOMBE LOGO Patrice||CERAD, Yaounde, Cameroun||CAMEROONIAN||CAMEROON||MALE||47||FRENCH AND ENGLISH||Mr. Bigombe Logo Patrice is a political scientist and director of the Center for Research and Action for Sustainable Development in Central Africa (CERAD). His is working now on the perceptions of the impact of climate change on the life of Pygmies Indigenous People of the Congo Basin in Central Africa, mainly ic Cameroon and Congo. His participation at the conference will help to share informations on the situation in the Congo Basin and learn fron other regions in the world.||Bigombe Logo Patrice is 47 yeras old. He is a political scientist. He has a Degree in Public Law, Faculty of Laws and Economics, University of Yaounde, Master’s Degree in Political Science, Faculty of Laws and Economics, University of Yaounde, Graduate in Political Science, Faculty of Laws and Economics, University of Yaounde and Master II, Politics and Environmental Comparative Law, Faculty of Law and Economics, University of Limoges, France. He is a Permanent Researcher, Group for Administrative, Political and Social Science Research, University of Yaounde II, Cameroon’s Chapter of the African Association of Political Science (AAPS) and General Secretary, Cameroonian Society of Political Science (CASPS), affiliated to the International Association of Political Science (IPSA, Montreal, Canada) and the current Director, Center for Research and Actiopn for Sustainable Development in Central Africa (CERAD), Yaounde, Cameroon and an Associate Lecturer, Master on Environmental Law Assessment (EIA), Environmental Law, Centre Régional d’Enseignement Spécialisé en Agriculture (CRESA-Forêt-Bois), University of Dschang, Cameroon, and Rural Sociology, Master, Audit and Forest Certification, Faculty of Sciences, University of Yaounde I, Cameroon. ||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CXl9NYxwkiv16HA2_EvFs7dHIlXAaDN6zT_Fzh46NGU/edit?usp=sharing||Patrice Bigombe Logo is a political scientist. He has a degree in public law, Faculty of Laws and Economics, University of Yaounde, Master’s Degree in Political Science, Faculty of Laws and Economics, University of Yaounde, Graduate in Political Science, Faculty of Laws and Economics, University of Yaounde and Master II, Politics and Environmental Comparative Law, Faculty of Law and Economics, University of Limoges, France.|
|8/8/2014 19:36:56||Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense||Andrea Rodriguezfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Andrea Giovana Rodriguez Osuna||Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense||aida-americas.org||Bolivian||Mexico||Female||31||Spanish, English, Swedish||Andrea would be suitable as a candidate given her experience and work with international climate change finance particularly the Green Climate Fund. She brings developing countries´perspectives to international decision- making processes to ensure these are included. She also promotes human rights within the climate change agenda to ensure recognition and protection are given particularly in decisions regarding the implementation and execution of climate change projects at the national level. Andrea works promoting capacity building in decision making process and also advocates for enhancement of mechanisms that promote public participation and access to information in climate change related matters.||Andrea Rodríguez is a senior attorney to the climate|
change program of the Interamerican Association
for Environmental Defense (AIDA), a nonprofit
organization of lawyers, scientists and other
professionals that tracks environmental issues in
the Americas. A Bolivian attorney with master’s
degrees in environmental law from Stockholm University
and sustainable development from Uppsala
University, Rodríguez is based in Mexico City. She
advises AIDA on climate-change finance and environmental
governance as well as on public participation
and human rights in climate policy. Rodríguez
also advocates on AIDA’s behalf before the board of
the Green Climate Fund, the agency created by the
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate
Change to channel climate-change adaptation and
mitigation funding to developing countries. She has
urged that such support be adequate, predictable
and respectful of human rights.
|8/8/2014 19:54:03||Amazon Environmental Research Institute||Andrea Azevedoemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Andrea Aguiar Azevedo||Amazon Environmental Research Institute||www.ipam.org.br||Brazilian||Brazil||female||45||portuguese and english||IPAM has an important role in the climate change policies within Brazil, especially regarding deforestation in Amazon Biome. We try, through research, capacity building and advocacy to promote welfare to communities, to keep the supply chain deforestation free and to support the governments within Brazilian Amazon on forest governance. Andrea Azevedo is our police public director and she is working with these agendas actively. She is very prepared to participate and take to the UN meeting an agenda of Brazilian Amazon regarding halt of deforestation from civil society perspective. She lives in the Brazilian Amazon and her principal cause is to find effective ways to incentive farmers and ranchers to comply with forestry law to foster conservation. She is leading several assessments about land use and climate changes policies in Amazon and informing many collectives. Also she is an active member of soy moratorium group that monitors deforestation for soy cropping in the Amazon biome||I have born in Brazil and I am proud of being a Brazilian woman. I have dedicated major part of my life to change the reality, or at least to try, in terms of inequality, poverty and sustainability. My history can be seen as paradox. I live in Mato Grosso, a southeastern state of Brazilian Amazon since I was very young. My family arrived here in the 1960´s looking for buying land to raise cattle. At that time price of land in amazon was very cheap and there were lots of incentives to deforest the region to raise cattle and crop rice. So, I grew up in a family that used to deforest to earn money. At some point of my life, that fact began to disturb me a lot, so I went to university and did biology, the science of life. During that time, I had 4 children, but I still became a biology teacher and joined to a small NGO of my city. From that time, in 1998, I began my struggle against deforestation in Amazon. In 2000 I did my master on environmental economics to understand the economic rationale behind natural resources exploration. In 2005 I began my PhD in Sustainable Development and in 2007 I start my studies about climate change. All my studies were in institutions far from my region and I had to put a high effort to finish and to be way from my family. My researcher is composed of applied issues/ themes, where I can discuss with policy makers, with people on the ground from big to smallholders. After my PhD I decided only to Work in civil society institutions. I decided that my live, even being from a family of “deforesters” would be dedicated to find effective and innovative ways to halt deforestation. I am working actively at IPAM since 2010 in several agendas related to decrease of deforestation, increase of production under a low carbon economy and bring value to forest and for who lives there. I have much to do and learn yet and de principal form I can do it is through communication, writing, debating, teaching and learning.||http://lattes.cnpq.br/4904467733226391||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1deG0exGg7KWTc3eHZPMHpFWTA/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/8/2014 20:07:29||Naqaa Sustainability Solutions||Muna Alamerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Munira Abdelkader Mohamed Abdelkader||Naqaa Sustainability Solutions||http://naqaa.com.sa/||Eritrean||Saudi Arabia||Female||27||Arabic, English and Tegri||I'm proud to recommend an inspiring young woman, Munira to be a key note speaker for the UN Secretary-General's 2014 Climate Summit. I have known her since 2009, initially as interactive participant in the first Model UN Conferenc; The main work of Munira in Naqaa consist in projects management, involved in implementing environmental sustainable projects for the community and corporate, developing awareness programs, research for the best practices towards sustainable development and women involvement in mitigating climate change effects in Saudi.Munira has always maintained strong working and interpersonal relationships with her colleagues. Her pleasant personality, positive attitude, and flexibility in adapting to a variety of working groups and pressure conditions helped her to achieve superior results that are up to very high professional standards. She has always demonstrated strong skills in approaching people (especially women) and other members from the local community.||I am Media and Mass Communications graduate with an outgoing personality. I am a young female, environmental activist in Saudi Arabia with keen interest in environment, climate change mitigation and in sustainable development. I am a tracker for Adopt a Negotiator Project under the Global Call for Climate Action (GCCA), where I follow the Saudi negotiations within the UNFCCC process. In addition, I was assigned to be the Saudi coordinator for Arab Youth Climate Movement which is a grass root movement for spreading awareness about climate change issues with the aim of achieving environmental sustainability in MENA region.|
Learning about Climate change issues and Sustainable Development, empowering women in mitigating its effect are the main objectives of my activities; in addition to that, these activities provided me with the perfect approach of environmental sustainability knowledge within the national context.
I believe that giving women a spot in the decision making process can able to create a broader base of women involvement and builds stronger and more comprehensive communities. My involvement in the international climate change conferences assisted me to enhance the participation of women in some local environmental decision-making processes here in Saudi.
Women and youth in general participation are crucial in the development of active citizenship because it balances their social rights with their responsibilities. It is only by working in true partnership with young people, by listening to their involvements in fighting climate change, so that the society can benefit from their innovative contributions. Therefore, their effective participation is about creating opportunities for them to be involved in influencing, shaping, designing and contributing to mitigate climate change effects.
|8/8/2014 20:43:35||Lead Tchad||BENOUDJI Coletteemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Issa Bolmbang Maladonan||Chadian Young Water Professionnal Association||Chadian||Chad||M||25||French, English||Mr. Issa Maladonan has proven a good skill in leadership by mobilizing young Chadians for the establishment of the Young Water Professional Association which is an initiative of the African Water Association and the African Ministries Council on Water. The association regroups young Chadians with thematic goals including: Environment, Leadership, gender and climate change. Maladonan is particularly engaged in climate change as part of his daily commitment. He attended several regional meetings comprising the 17th African Water Association Congress in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire and he was a presenter during the 2nd East Africa Young Water Professional Conference in Kigali, Rwanda for the session Water and Climate Change. Furthermore, he has conducted a research study on Pre-campaign climate information for farmer’s adaptation to climate variability and climate change in Burkina Faso. He is available to be at UN Headquarters in New York on 23 September, and for travel if necessary.||Issa Maladonan holds a MSc in Water and Environmental Engineering from the International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering (2iE Foundation) in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. For his graduation thesis, he worked on Pre-campaign climate information for farmer’s adaptation to climate variability and climate change in Burkina Faso. The study involves the agronomic forecast of the rainy season characteristics (onset, end, length, annual precipitation, rainy days, means and maximum dry spells) through five RCMs (regional climatic models): CCLM, RACMO, HadRM3P, REMO and RCA for the period 2012 – 2020 in two provinces (Bam and Yatenga) under Sahelian conditions and experiencing a deep disruption in rainfall causing a detrimental impact for rain fed agriculture. He presented the findings at the 2nd East Africa Young Water Professional Conference (EAYWPC) in Kigali, Rwanda. |
He worked also on the Design of greywater treatment system with the slanted soil technology
at the Water, Sanitation, Ecosystem and Health Laboratory (LEDES) of the International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering. He is the founder of the Chadian Young Water Professional Association (YWP- Chad) which regrouped people working or interest in the water issues between 18 to 35 years old with the vision to promote a sustainable management of water resources and sanitation conducing projects on Non-Revenue Water (NRW) and Urban Sanitation.
|8/8/2014 20:44:28||WECF (Women of Europe for a Common Future)||Sabine Bockfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Carmen Cristina Capriles Flores||Reacción Climática||www.reaccionclimatica.webs.com||Bolivian||Bolivia||Female||35||English and Spanish||Carmen is part of WECF´s project EWA (Empowering Women benefits All) since last year, she was chosen because of her expertise on climate change and her understanding of women´s and gender issues, thanks to the project she was able to assist the 19th COP in Warsaw and to be part of the Women´s and Gender Constituency for the UNFCCC, this year she gave the statement on behalf of the WGC during the opening plenary of the 40thSBI session, due to her strong understanding of climate change she is being part of the Women´s Major Group since RIO+20 and she was chosen to be floor speaker for the 7OWG on cc and on energy for the 10OWG for the SDG, helping draft the WMG position papers and statements. Thanks to her efforts she has engage with a number of networks and movements. She also does very intense ground level and field work with her organization in her country along with other local networks including indigenous movements, therefore we believe she is a excellent candidate to be panelist||Born and raised in Bolivia, her academic background is in Engineer in Agronomy and her specialty is on Sustainable Development and Agro ecology. She attended several training courses on Africa related to gender and agriculture thanks to a number of scholarships granted. Her work experience of over 10 years is on Sustainable Development, Environment and Climate Change as advocacy consultant promoting justice, informational and participation on those issues for a number of local, national NGOs among other sectors. She is one of the founders and current coordinator of Reacción Climática a volunteer-based organization with the aim to educate and raise awareness about climate change as well as promote the participation of the Bolivian youth while finding solutions to climate change. She is a recognize activist for environmental and women rights.||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dwF73Hk2YAQo5IbUlyQtt1SByNbz6DBKNNttS0IsLrc/edit?usp=sharing||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iEQndfDf-sxSdFUygvZnfqlkb_MUH8pcwyhYXBPy_1E/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/8/2014 22:31:37||Whithout maize there is not country campaign||Emanuel Gómez Martínezemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Emanuel Gómez Martínez||Whithout maize there is not country campaign||http://www.sinmaiznohaypais.org/||Mexican||Mexico||Male||40||Spanish, english||Sociologist, anthropologist, with more than 20 years accompanying processes of peasant organizations and indigenous peoples in defense of collective rights and natural resources.|
Without maize there is not country is a coalition of organizations, academics and ecologist people who are in defence of traditional agriculture and native seeds. In Chiapas, the most poorest state of Mexico, the work of Emanuel Gomez is in close relationship with the tseltal and tsotsil people of Highlands region, when the people are organizated on local comitees of native seeds, experimented agroecological alternatives. This web of ambiental and peasents coalition facilited the transition from the actual critical situation of alimentary poverty to other kind of agriculture, with biodinamics manage of agriculture inputs.
|Sociologist, antropologist, with 20 years of experience accompaning indigenous people and organizations with local alternatives to pollution by agrochemical inputs. Researcher and academic of the Chapingo national university, one of the most famous public university of Latin America specialized on agriculture.||https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BylhtbrSI0xzMVpEM3o2cWRMaGc/edit||https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BylhtbrSI0xzWW5Hd2UwR2g5U0U/edit|
|8/8/2014 23:11:56||International Indian Treaty Council||Andrea Carmenfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||No||Roberto Borrero||International Indian Treaty Council||www.iitc.org||U.S.A||United States||Male||48||English, Spanish||Roberto is a representative of a civil society organization, and officially authorized by their organization/network to speak on the organization/network's behalf. He has a proven track record of effective advocacy and is the Indigenous Peoples Major Group Representatives on the SIDS Steering Committee attending the Samoa Conference. He is a compelling a compelling public speaker and has excellent competency with climate change issues, experience with presenting climate change issues in public fora, and demonstrated ability to engage constructively with a variety of stakeholders as an organizing partner for the Open Working Groups on Sustainable Development Issues. He will be available to be at at UN Headquarters in NY at 8:30am on 23 September.||Roberto Mukaro Borrero is an Indigenous Taino artist, musician, and activists, as well as a respected community leader. The Taino are Indigenous Peoples of the Caribbean Islands. Roberto's community is from the island of Boriken (Puerto Rico). He has a long history of human rights and environmental advocacy and most recently participated in a successful campaign to halt the contraction of a gas pipeline in Puerto Rico. He works with the International Indian Treaty Council as a UN program consultant and was an Organizing Partner Focal Point for Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals. He is currently a member of the NGO Steering Committee for the Small Island Developing States Conference to be held in Apia, Samoa this September for the Indigenous Peoples Major Group. Roberto is also a focal point for Indigenous Peoples for the "Peoples Climate March" to be held on Sunday, Sept. 21st. He has over twenty years of UN advocacy experience and a degree in Communications.||https://papersmart.unmeetings.org/media2/2173532/statement-by-the-international-indian-treaty-council.pdf||On Committee|
|8/9/2014 4:46:26||GIZ||BRUCE Ahlonko Koffiemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||BRUCE Ahlonko Koffi||GIZ||www.giz.de||Togolese||Togo||Male||40||French||the nominee is the current National Technical Adviser on climate change adaptation for Togo, therefore he is very implicated on togolese gouvernment negociations and activities facing mitigation and adaptation.||Bachelor on natural sciences (University of Lomé - Togo)|
Master on Environmental sciences (University of Lomé - Togo)
Master on Environmental management (Senghor University of Alexandria - Egypt; Moncton University, Edmundston - Canada)
Many experiences as national and international consultant on climate risk reduction and climate change adaptation
|8/9/2014 12:39:31||LIPRO - Local Initiative for Poverty Reduction Org||Kassem Daudfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Abdirazack||Elmi||NA||Djiboutian||Somalia||Male||36||English||We are happy to announce that Mr Abdirazack, LIPRO Program Coordinator, has been selected to attend UN Climate Summit as participant. Abdirazak has been working the impact of climate change for last six years and have proven record in the implementation of community based solutions for climate change mitigation or adaptation. Climate change has great impact to our country. It is prone to drought, floods and the disappearance of its biodiversity. Mr Abdirazack had a great responsibility in raising awareness of climate change impact. Due to his outstanding record in awareness raising climate change impact and implementing countries strategies in climate change, we nominate him to attend the summit.||NA||NA|
|8/9/2014 14:35:41||Kanuri Development Association (https://www.unodc.org/ngo/showSingleDetailed.do?req_org_uid=16999)||Bana Kura Bukaremail@example.com||Yes||Babagana Abubakar||Seabed International||Nigerian||Nigeria||Male||41||English,Hausa and Kanuri languages||This candidate is one of the influential candidate working on climate change and indigenous issues within the Sub -Saharan African region.|
He has series of relevant publications as indicated via the links listed below among many other related activities he is involved in at all of local,national,regional and international levels including the UN.
|The candidate was born and brought up in Nigeria and presently residing in Nigeria.|
The candidate holds a Masters degree in public administration and a Bachelor of science degree in geography,plus series of training including a training at the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (www.unitar.org) Geneva, Switzerland.
He is a member of many international expert group and bodies as listed below:
AFFILIATIONS AND BOARD MEMBERSHIPS:
1. Served as a Board Member on Advisory Capacity to the United Nations World Intellectual Property Organization- Intergovernmental Committee Voluntary Trust Fund Board for Indigenous peoples (24th Session), Geneva-Switzerland.
2. Served as an International Expert Group Member to the United Nations-Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Expert Group on Biodiversity for Poverty Eradication and Development.
3. Technical Expert Climate change for the ECOWAS- West African Women Association www.wawanigeriachapter.org
4. Served as an International Expert Group Member to the United Nations CBD Expert on Scientific and Technical Aspects Relevant to Environmental Impact Assessment in Marine Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction.
5. A Fellow of the African Scientific Institute (www.asi-org.net )
6. Member Board of Trustees KDA (http://www.unodc.org/ngo/showSingleDetailed.do?req_org_uid=16999)
7. Member Working Group of African Astronomical Society (AFAS) http://www.africanastronomicalsociety.org/
2.Addressed the United Nations Sixth Session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous I issues at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, USA.
My presentation is available via these United Nations Links :(http://www.un.org/News/Press/docs/2007/hr4923.doc.htm) (http://www.un.org/News/fr-press/docs/2007/DH4923.doc.htm ).
3.Land, Territory, and Natural Resource Issues Affecting the Economies of the Indigenous Peoples of the Sahel and the Horn of Africa 2007. http://old.docip.org/Permanent%20Forum/pf07/PF07babgana234.pdf
|8/10/2014 0:50:28||GreenHeart Education||Julie Johnstonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Peter David Carter||Climate Emergency Institute||http://www.climateemergencyinstitute.org/||Canadian||Canada||Male||68||English||Dr. Carter's care and concern for today's children and all future generations (of all species) led to the creation of the Climate Emergency Institute. He has, on a voluntary basis, dedicated the last two decades of his life to reading and synthesizing the climate change research for lay audiences, helping them to find their voices as activists and advocates for climate change mitigation. His findings on committed global warming and climate change have been published in journals and presented at conferences around the world. He has developed numerous websites to help lay people understand climate change issues, and his website for the medical community is visited by health care professionals from around the world.||Peter D. Carter, M.D. is a retired family physician who practiced medicine first in England and then on both coasts of Canada for almost 40 years|
When his sons were born, Dr. Carter became actively involved in environmental, peace, and sustainable development issues, especially as they relate to children's health. (Fatherhood created that urge to leave the world a better place as a legacy for his children.)
As a founding director of CAPE (Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment) and, more recently, as the founder of the Climate Emergency Institute, Dr. Carter has presented on sustainable development, environmental health policy, biodiversity, and especially climate change issues in Canada, the United States and overseas.
Dr. Carter has dedicated the last 25 years to following the global warming and climate change research. His approach to assessing climate change is based on environmental health and human rights protection. Since 2007, he has developed a unique approach to climate change risk, by estimating the total committed (i.e., locked in or unavoidable) global warming, which he has had published in scientific journals. He provides climate science information to several websites.
Dr. Carter has documented the science that shows we are already far beyond "dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system" (as defined by the 1992 UN climate change convention). This science also shows that the world is facing planetary catastrophe from multiple amplifying feedbacks in the Arctic and is committed to catastrophic crop declines.
He was an expert reviewer for the IPCC (AR5) fifth climate change assessment. He covers environmental protection policy for the Climate Emergency Institute, and has submitted to UN and FAO consultations on this topic.
Dr. Carter's mission now is to spread the full truth about the extreme risks and the magnitude of the global climate change emergency, especially when it comes to Arctic methane feedback runaway heating and food security. He does this by synthesizing the scientific research for climate change conferences and sharing it with lay audiences. He has a deep understanding of how governments can mitigate the worst climate change impacts – by adopting the IPCC's best case scenario, RCP2.6, plus the strong suggestions in Climate Action Network International's June 2014 position statement on climate change.
|8/11/2014 1:04:23||Earth in Brackets||Maria Alejandra Escalanteemail@example.com||No||Maria Alejandra Escalante||Earth in Brackets||earthinbrackets.org||Colombian||Colombia||Female||23||Spanish/ English||It takes a minute to realize that the environmental crisis that the world is in will not be solved with the low ambition, false commitments, and burden shifting of Northern industrialized countries at the UNFCCC. The crisis won´t be solved, either, if there is not full and honest disclosure to civil society of what is at stake in the negotiations. Civil society must reclaim its place within intergovernmental talks and mediate, as any other representative stakeholder, between the parties. Civil society is what makes the UNFCCC exist and work towards managing the biggest challenge that humanity has ever faced: climate change. I want to be part of the civil society representatives to speak and participate at the Climate Summit because I believe that the only chance of reaching a real sustainable world is if members of civil society groups, like me, open up channels of active and strong participation and communication with the institutions.||I was born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia. At 18 years old, I left home to United World College in Costa Rica (UWCCR) for two years. There, I accomplished the International Baccalaureate at UWCCR and was honored with living a multicultural life-experience with friends coming from all over the world. In 2011, I came to study Human Ecology at College of the Atlantic (COA), Maine, where I am currently entering my fourth and last year of college. At COA I have taken courses of agroecology, food policy & justice, botany and ethnobotany and I am more than certain that my passion is working with the land at different levels, from agricultural practices, to rural development to international food policy. But the study and work in the land around the world is shifting rapidly and furiously threatened by climate change. The understanding of the climate crisis made me dig into the climate negotiations regime and become familiar with climate change issues, especially with a climate justice perspective. With Earth in Brackets I have gone to Rio+20 Summit, COP19 Warsaw, social preCOP, and soon COP20 Lima.||https://docs.google.com/a/coa.edu/document/d/1SX1WATV5uyQ7UZe4NDPLh5WqC4B5P0aH04qUJoXov00/edit?usp=sharing||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Jx2nY77gm6psbLjzJrT2eb-di243LfzqHu5f-dAbwok/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/11/2014 1:21:54||Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development||Leanne Sajorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Alina Saba||Mugal Indigenous Women's Upliftment Institute/ Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development||none/ www.apwld.org||Nepali||Nepal||Female||27||Nepali and English||Alina will represent the experiences of the Mugal indigenous women from the Mugu district in north-west of Nepal. This district is one of the most climate vulnerable and remote in Nepal. This high Himalayan region extremely harsh in weather condition and topography is accessible only for a few months in a year. Traditionally the community is dependent on seasonal agriculture and collection of medicinal herbs from the mountains for livelihood. Women are the one responsible for providing food, water and energy to the household. Through the Mugal Indigenous Women Upliftment Institute, Alina has been working with the Mugal women to understand climate change and its impact on their community. Using feminist participatory action research, Alina and the women from the community are working to build resilence in the face of climate change and to include women in the village development committee and local governance. Alina will be the first Mugal woman to speak at a UN meeting.||One of the few women from the community who has been able to access education Alina started education at the Sidhartha Boarding School in Jhapa, Nepal. With an excellent academic performance, Alina has completed her masters in Sociology from Tribhuban University, Nepal. From early on Alina wanted to work with indigenous people and her community. While she was still in college, Nepal went through the long transition period from a monarchy to democracy. During this turmoil ridden period, Alina started her professional experience with the UN Mission in Nepal from 2008 to 2011. She has been associated with MIWUI since 2009 and is now working as a full time researcher and community mobiliser with the organization in the community. Alina wants to work with the women from her community and document their experience and good practices for climate resilience. She wants to use the information to advocate for women centric policies at the national and international level.||Video for nomination:|
|8/11/2014 3:56:36||Rural Area Development Programme (RADP)||Rajendra Bahadur Adhikariemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Rajendra Bahadur Adhikari||Rural Area Development Programme (RADP)||Nepalese||Nepal||Male||49||English||Nepal’s total GHG emission share is negligible compared to the global community, Nepal has already encountered negative effects of global climate change. Implications of climate change to the fragile mountain ecosystem, fresh water, and extreme weather events, agriculture, human health and others could create serious problems for Nepal. Their likelihood will increase by climate change.|
The loss of top fertile soil due to soil erosion, landslide and floods coupled with negative effects of climate change may adversely reduce agricultural production in the country. In absence of systemic irrigation facilities, the Nepalese agriculture heavily depends upon natural rainfall (monsoon). So, disturbances in natural rainfall patterns caused by climate change will cause enhanced food insecurity and threaten the Nepalese economy, which is basically agriculture dependent.
|Rajendra Bahadur Adhikari (Mr.)|
Date of Birth: April 21st, 1965
Tel: +977 4357 088, +977 98510 77019 (Cell)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
I, Rajendra Adhikari a Founder Chairman cum Program Coordinator of RADP, who holds a Bachelor Degree in Social Science. I am very active in social service and political leader; I have been involved in various social and professionals networks with various capacities.
I am working as a Chairman/Program Coordinator for RADP, implemented various community development programs in Western part of Nepal . The Programme is consisted in various areas i.e.WASH, Env, Poverty Alleviation and Alternative Energy funded by World Bank/Fund Board Nepal Wisconsin University USA, Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC), Bangkok, and government of Finland and Government of Nepal.
In addition to this I have participated in various national and international conferences, Summit, Workshop, Training and Capacity building/facilitation and other activities related to WASH, env, natural resources and community development. I have nearly 10 years experience in WASH as well as about 20 years in community development in rural and remote area of Nepal. I have associated with over dozens of national and international organizations; some of this important affiliation is as follows:
• Founder Chairman/Program Co-coordinator of Rural Area Development Programme, RADP/Nepal (October 1994 to till now)
• Member (Board of Director, Special Class Officer) Alternative Energy Promotion Centre, Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology, Government of Nepal (July 2003 to 2006)
• Personal Secretary (1st. Class Officer) to then Rt. Hon'ble Prime Minister Lokendra Bahadur Chand, during his tenure as Prime Minister of Kingdom of Nepal (March 1997 to November 1998 and October, 2002 to June 2003) etc.
• Countries visited:
Belgium, Russia, Germany, Japan, France, Italy, Luxemburg, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Austria, (EUROPE) Australia, Mexico, (UAE, transit) Thailand, Singapore, New Zealand, Norway, Bulgaria, Canada, United State of America, Qatar, Poland, Uruguay, Argentina and India etc.
|8/11/2014 4:14:48||Rural Area Development Programme (RADP)||Sanjaya Kumar Mallafirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Sanjay Kumar Malla||Rural Area Development Programme (RADP)||Nepalese||Nepal||Male||37||English||Climate change is changing our economy, health and communities in diverse ways. Scientists warn that if we do not aggressively curb climate change now, the results will likely be disastrous. Climate change is a complex phenomenon, and its full-scale impacts are hard to predict far in advance. But each year scientists learn more about how climate change is affecting the planet and our communities, and most agree that certain consequences are likely to occur if current trends continue.|
In addition to impacting our water resources, energy supply, transportation, agriculture, and ecosystems, the United States Global Change Research Program concludes that climate change also poses unique challenges to human health, such as:
• Significant increases in the risk of illness and death related to extreme heat and heat waves are very likely.
• Some diseases transmitted by food, water, and insects are likely to increase.
Nepal’s total GHG emission share is negligible compared to the global community, Nepal has already encountered negative effects of global climate change. Implications of climate change to the fragile mountain ecosystem, fresh water, and extreme weather events, agriculture, human health and others could create serious problems for Nepal. Their likelihood will increase by climate change. The loss of top fertile soil due to soil erosion, landslide and floods coupled with negative effects of climate change may adversely reduce agricultural production in the country. In absence of systemic irrigation facilities, the Nepalese agriculture heavily depends upon natural rainfall (monsoon). So, disturbances in natural rainfall patterns caused by climate change will cause enhanced food insecurity and threaten the Nepalese economy, which is basically agriculture dependent.
|Sanjay Kumar Malla / Date of Birth : 22 November 1977|
Sex : Male / Nationality : Nepalese / Marital Status : Married
Qualification: Masters of Science in Environmental Engineering and Management (Specialization: Environmental Toxicology, Technology and Management),
B. Sc. Biology (Major courses: Chemistry, Botany and Zoology), Amrit Campus, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal,
Training: An “Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)” Training; 6-24 December, 2007, organized and conducted by Ministry of Population and Environment Nepal.
An International Training Course on "Principles of Toxicology", held on from January 10 -February 28, 2010, organized by Chulabhorn Research Institute (CRI), Bangkok, Thailand.
Participation on “An Awareness Building Training on Space Technology Applications for Natural Resource and Disaster Management”, May 10 - 14, 2011, organized by UNESCO in cooperation with Nepal Development Research Institute (NDRI), Kathmandu, Nepal.
I was born and raised in Tharpu, Tanahun, Nepal. My father was an Indian Army and mother is house wife engineer. I have 2 brothers and 1 sister who are both younger than me.
I was born in the western part of Nepal that is Tharpu Tanahun. Now days I am live in the most beautiful town of the world, Pokhara. I had started my career in media from 2001 AD. I hope in this period I have given many things for the society to aware them. I had joined the social organization since I was in media. I am doing several activities in the field of environment, among them is I collect bottles from home to home, restaurant. i think bottles are also responsible for our changing climates. So this campaigning is going on in Pokhara. Bottles are sold to the kawadi, and the money goes for charity fund. We usually donate school and the students of the rural area. People are appreciating for this work. I think this the achievement of my life.
|8/11/2014 5:08:21||Africa Green Media||Nonkonzo Nguseemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Fidelis Zvomuya||Africa Green Media||www.africagreenmedia.co.za||Zimbabwe||South Africa||Male||42||English||He is our climate change journalist and have written extensively on the issue of climate change. This will give him an opportunity to report on the deliberations and also communicate whats happening.||Fidelis Zvomuya's multi-faceted career includes journalism, media, health, education, communications and politics. Born in Zimbabwe, Fidelis began his career in 2000 with the BBC. He moved to South Africa in 2003, where he joined Caxton Magazines as a senior journalist. He helped in the setting up of a health and environment desk and went on to become the company’s environment and agriculture editor for five magazines and one daily newspaper.||http://news.mongabay.com/2014/0717-zvomuya-gfrn-sankuru2.html|
|8/11/2014 5:25:43||Asian Pacific Resource & Research Center for Women||Neesha Fakirfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||No||Nalini Singh||Asian Pacific Resource and Research Center for Women (ARROW)||www.arrow.org.my||Fijian||Fiji/ Malaysia||Female||40||English, Urdu, Hindi, Fiji Hindi||Currently, Nalini manage the projects and programmes under one of ARROW’s core strategies which is Partnerships for Strategic Advocacy which is implemented as the Women’s Health and Rights Advocacy Partnership (WHRAP). WHRAP is currently implemented in South Asia (Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan; and soon to expand to include Afghanistan, Bhutan, Maldives and Sri Lanka); China; and South East Asia (Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam). In addition to this she is also responsible for other projects such as the interlinkages of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and religious fundamentalisms and climate change; the travelling journal which documents stories of rural women and their SRHR; and other projects.||Nalini Singh, from the Fiji Islands, is the Programme Manager (Advocacy and Capacity Building) at the Asian Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW) based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She currently manages ARROW's Women's Health and Rights Advocacy Partnership (WHRAP) programme which is being implemented in South, East and South East Asia. Nalini is a graduate of the University of the South Pacific with combined arts and sciences degrees. She has a wide range of experience in the field of women’s human rights, gender and development issues. Nalini has worked with regional human rights and women's human rights organisations in Asia- Pacific for over thirteen years.She over the past several years has volunteered her time in helping local NGOs in Chiang Mai, Thailand with their organisational development needs.||https://drive.google.com/a/arrow.org.my/file/d/0BzwyiVq-WpamY2lZS3hjZ0hFbjQ/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/a/arrow.org.my/file/d/0BzwyiVq-Wpamb1IzcEZaNS1US00/edit?usp=sharing||Committee member|
|8/11/2014 5:37:20||Asian Pacific Resource and Research Center for Women||Neesha Fakiremail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Neesha Fakir||Asian Pacific Resource and Research Center for Women||www.arrow.org.my||South African||Malaysia/South Africa||Female||29||English, Afrikaan, Portuguese||Currently Neesha serves as a Programme Officer for Monitoring, Research and Advocacy with a specific emphasis on climate change and sexual and reproductive health and rights at the Asian Pacific Resource and Research Center for Women in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia where she is currently working with partners in 8 countries in Asia Pacific to strengthen the linkages between gender and climate change. She is currently supporting 8 partners to strengthen the linkages between climate change and SRHR through evidence generation and advocacy aimed at National Adaptation Plans of Action. She is currently responsible for overseeing the climate change and SRHR programme at ARROW.||Neesha Fakir joined ARROW, as the Programme Officer for the Climate Change and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights programme. She previously served as a Programme Officer for ending Violence against Women and Girls at the UN Women Multi Country Office for Southern Africa, based in Johannesburg, South Africa and has been active in civil society and women’s organizations in South Africa & Southern Africa for the past 8 years. Her research and organizational interests include Gender, Climate Change & SRHR, Violence against Women and Girls, HIV and Aids, Women, Peace and Security, Gender Responsive Budgeting and Monitoring & Evaluation for Gender Programmes. She studied towards her Master’s, Honours and Bachelors degree in Political Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa as well as the School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS) at the University of London, Carl Von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg in Lower-Saxony Germany and Bard College, New York, USA.||https://drive.google.com/a/arrow.org.my/file/d/0BzwyiVq-WpamenhGLUVONkZwSGc/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/a/arrow.org.my/file/d/0BzwyiVq-WpamZllzbVFHa0lQLU0/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/11/2014 8:33:45||The Verb||Lara Beissbarthfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Mong Linh Do||The Verb||www.theverb.org||Australian||Australia||Female||23||English, Vietnamese||1) Founder and editor-in-chief of The Verb and leads the community organising for the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF), Australia’s leading environmental NGO. 2) She has working on environmental, particularly climate change, issues since the age of 16 through first leading a campaign to successful change a million incandescent lights to fluorescent ones; Australia became the first country in the world to ban incandescents and this is one of UNEP’s flagship programs. In addition to her current roles, she's also worked with UNEP civil society. 3) She is signed with BookedOut and is regularly booked for keynotes and also international events including TED, her starting commercial price is normally $2000 and goes up to $10000. 4) Linh was first trained by Al Gore through the Climate Reality Project in 2007 and has been presenting to many audiences from community groups to corporate boards and in mainstream media such as Sky News, Al Jazeera and Huffington Post Live. 5) Yes.||Linh Do is a social change advocate and has been working on environmental issues for the past six years. She has a background in community organising, campaigning, journalism and strategy development. Linh has worked with a wide array of individuals from high school students to UNEP and the Reuters Foundation. Linh is signed with BookedOut Agency and is an occasional writer. She is a co-founder of OurSay, a startup focused on increasing democratic participation with offices in Australia, India, Malaysia and Indonesia. Linh is the editor-in-chief and founder of The Verb. The Verb is a newswire service telling the stories that matter. They specifically cover the UNFCCC negotiations having established media partnerships with the Huffington Post, Al Jazeera, Reuters and Mic.|
Linh is currently the community coordinator at Australian Conservation Foundation and in 2013 was named a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, Australian Geographic Young Conservationist of the Year and one of Junior Chamber International Outstanding Young Persons of the World. She is based in Melbourne, Australia with extensive experience overseas.
|https://www.dropbox.com/s/es68b1p2jzdipnv/Linh%20Do%20-%20CV.pdf||Al Jazeera piece - www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2014/06/tasmania-forests-delist-unesco-20146129330415263.html|
SciDev piece - www.scidev.net/asia-pacific/hiv-aids/news/aids-conference-honours-delegates-killed-in-air-tragedy.html
Booked Out Agency - http://bookedout.com.au/find-a-speaker/author/linh-do/
Our Community speech - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wB0WLlOIvg
TEDxChCh speech - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32GPv32hkHE
TED@Sydney speech - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4xFF6RvmWo
|8/11/2014 10:03:50||Energy Action Coalition||Tina Johnsonemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||No||Ernestine Johnson||Energy Action Coalition||wearepowershift.org||African American||United States||Female||40||English||I work as the senior director of Environmental Justice for Energy Action Coalitiion, a civil society organization, representing frontline/impacted communities and students from around the US. We work on policy and strategies to mitigate and adapat energy strategies that will impact climate change through solution based approaches. I particpate on panels, write on Geo-engineering and the role of civil society in policy decisions. Working within a coalition and varioius stakeholders in Washington DC and around the US creates an integrated perspective by which I am engaged and provides me with opportunities to speak and participate in the conversation as a panelist, facilitator and speaker. I will be available to arrive at the UN headquarters by 8:30 am.||Tina Johnson is Senior Director of Environmental Justice and Programs at Energy Action Coalition. Tina is a social justice activist who has worked to empower people to develop their individual and community power through education reform, food justice, environmental and economic justice and political justice. Her work with the Tibetan Government in Exile in India provided her with hands on experience that she has been using to fight injustice in the United States. When she is not trying to save the world Tina can be found trekking through mountains, river running, baking homemade goodies, writing and traveling.||https://docs.google.com/a/energyactioncoalition.org/document/d/1GPV2swTwPO6EioX-tITiST9EcLMXkRKH-zLD_5Ikl_4/edit?usp=sharing||https://www.youtube.com/watch? https://docs.google.com/a/energyactioncoalition.org/document/d/1VzSk-XqFdwBjPCAz-n4CJtxsIxoH3ib0XVSdjUgV_E0/edit?usp=sharinghttps://docs.google.com/a/energyactioncoalition.org/document/d/13pYs6yrW4_NVFGrFtCGGMEyeUWOMhfMwLt-em4KFYWc/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/11/2014 11:37:19||World Farmers' Organisation (WFO)||Luisa Volpefirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Evelyn Nguleka||World Farmers' Organisation (WFO)||www.wfo-oma.org||Zambian||Zambia||Female||44||English||Dr. Evelyn Nguleka is the current Vice-President of WFO, a member-based organisation of farmers whose mandate is to bring together farmers’ organisations and agriculture cooperatives internationally. WFO’s mission is to advocate on behalf of farmers for the adoption of policies aimed to improve the economic environment and livelihood of producers and their families. Dr. Nguleka is also the President of the Zambia National Farmers' Union, and is the first women to hold this position. Climate change poses a myriad of threats to agriculture, including the reduction of agricultural productivity, production stability, and negative effects on farmers’ incomes. Agriculture has the potential to be part of the solution, through the mitigation of a significant amount of global emissions. Hence WFO is keen to collaborate with other stakeholders to look for common and successful solutions. Dr. Nguleka is a very High-level expert on agricultural issues, and is a family farmer herself.||Dr. Nguleka, a veterinary doctor by profession, obtained her eduction from the University of Zambia. She also holds an International Diploma in Poultry Husbandry from the IPC Barneveld of The Netherlands. She attended and completed Secondary School education at Fatima Girls. She practices and offers services in poultry disease diagnosis, treatment, and control. She is also a small-scale farmer who runs a farm in Chongwe, Zambia called Golan Poultry Solutions Limited. She is the Chief Executive Officer of this farm, where she rears layers of poultry and goats, apart from other farming activities. Prior to entering into private practice, she worked at the Livestock Services Cooperative Society as a Veterinarian.She also has served as the first Vice-President and Director of Commodities on the Zambia National Farmers Union Board (ZNFU). She is the current Chairperson of the Poultry Association of Zambia; an ordinary member of the Veterinary Association of Zambia; Member of World Poultry Science Association; and also the Publicity Secretary of PTC+ Alumni Association of Zambia. Dr. Nguleka was elected President of ZNFU in October 2013 during the 108th Annual Congress. Currently she is also the Vice-President of the World Farmers’ Organisation (WFO). In her career, Dr. Nguleka has participated in numerous regional and international events, and has representaed the farmers' community in many policy fora (including the Preparatory meeting of the Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction and the Policies Against Hunger Conference).||www.wfo-oma.com/images/Speech_Dr._Nguleka_Conference_on_FF.pdf|
|8/11/2014 13:33:41||Heinrich Boell Foundation North America||Liane Schalatekemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Liane Iris Schalatek||Heinrich Boell Foundation North America||www.us.boell.org||USA/German||United States of America||female||47||German, English||The nominee is an expert on climate change finance and as worked in the past few years on the operationalization of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) with a specific focus on ensuring that the GCF will have a gender-sensitive approach to its funding actions. She is also one of the experts on looking on what is necessary with respect to public finance institutions to ensure that gender-responsive climate finance is reaching grassroots beneficiaries, particularly women.||Liane Schalatek is the Associate Director of the Washington Office of the Heinrich Böll Stiftung, a German non-profit political foundation affiliated with the Green Party, where she leads the work on climate finance for the Foundation’s 30 offices worldwide. She is currently engaged in the efforts to operationalize the Green Climate Fund (GCF) as a civil society observer, including in efforts to ensure its gender-sensitive approach, and has been involved in its design process from its beginning in 2011. Her summary reports of the GCF Board meetings provide a comprehensive overview over issues discussed in the GCF. In 2009, she co-founded and now co-leads one of the primary civil society climate finance transparency efforts, the website www.climatefundsupdate.org, a joint project with ODI. She has published widely on climate finance (see www.us.boell.org) and wrote some of the first works on gender and climate finance. She has also worked extensively on international finance, international trade and macroeconomics issues, including with a gender lens. A journalist by training, she holds two master degrees in International Affairs and Political Science.||http://us.boell.org/person/liane-schalatek-1||Latest summary report of the GCF Board proceedings: http://us.boell.org/2014/07/17/next-resource-mobilization|
Interview at Climate Change TV, COP 19: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmtzg-INGt0
On progress in implementing a gender-sensitive approach in the GCF: http://us.boell.org/2014/06/06/promise-progress-perils-and-prioritization
For CSW 56, High-Level Panel on Financing for Gender Equality: http://www.unmultimedia.org/tv/webcast/2012/03/56th-session-of-csw-panel-4-progress-in-financing-for-gender-equality-from-the-perspective-of-international-organizations-and-multilateral-development-partners.html
Presentation and paper for the CSW 56: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/csw56/panels/panel4-Liane-Schalatek.pdf
|8/11/2014 14:00:38||Global Gender and Climate Alliance||Cara Beasleyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Titilope Ngozi Akosa||Centre for 21st Century Issues||http://c21stnigeria.wordpress.com/||Nigerian||Nigerian||Female||45||English||Ms Titilope is a lawyer, researcher and a climate and gender advocate. She has been involved in climate change advocacy at international and national levels. She has participated and worked with other stakeholders at major international climate change conferences and policy spaces to advocate on behalf of gender and women. As the executive director of her organization centre for 21st century Issues (c21st), Ms. Akosa has extensive experience in civil society work in promoting voice, accountability, gender and social inclusion in climate change policy processes both at international and national levels. Her wealth of experience and expertise as evidenced by her track record positions her to participate resourcefully in the climate change summit and will be able to raise awareness at the local level on the decisions reach at the summit.||Ms Titilope Ngozi Akosa is A lawyer, gender expert, researcher; a vital voices lead fellow, an environmental leader of the Bearhs Environmental Leadership program University of California At Berkley, United States; a member of the core advisory group of the Bridge cutting edge gender and climate change program, Institute of Development studies, UK., and an alumnus of the prestigious International visitor Leadership program of the United States on Volunteerism and community development. |
Ms Akosa holds a Bachelor (LL.B )degree from Lagos state University since 1992 and a Maters of Law (LL.M) from University of Lagos since 1997. She has undertaken various short courses, trainings and participated in international workshops on climate change, gender and women’s rights and have facilitated many trainings and conduct researches on gender and social inclusion. She has vast experience in multi stakeholder’s engagement for inclusive participation from ground up with proven ability to think strategically and lead others in planning and executing multi dimensional projects.
She leads the C21st team in executing projects at community, state and national levels on water, health and sanitation, gender equality and women’s empowerment, environment, health, youth development and education. She is a gender consultant to Lagos state ministry of the Environment, and Initiative for community Development. She leads C21st team in building capacity of all State Accountability and voice Initiative (DFID/SAVI) supported advocacy partnerships in Lagos state on gender, also providing capacity to monitor all SAVI supported advocacy partnerships project for gender and social inclusion. She is currently mentoring and providing technical assistance to 5 Ward Health Committees across 3 Local governments in Lagos state under the Voice and accountability component of the Partnership for Transforming health Systems PATHS2).
|8/11/2014 15:24:50||Henkel Bautechnik||Mikhail Mumlevemail@example.com||Yes||Ekaterina Svyatets||Young Professionals in Energy - Los Angeles||http://www.ypenergy.org/||Russian||USA||Female||36||English, Russian||Ekaterina conducts environmental presentations and communicates to multiple audiences, including government officials. She has been constantly involved in reaching out to decision-makers in energy businesses, environmental NGOs, and government officials. Community service is an important part of her life. Over the last ten years, she has been responsible for fundrasing and local outreach on environmental issues, while at USC and at the Young Professionals in Energy - YPE (outreach, event organizing, planning). In addition to these activities, she has been a volunteer at the Legal Aid Foundaiton of Los Angeles, the Reading to Kids, and the Special Olympics. Participating in the UN Climate Summit will be a vital step in her professional career as a civil service specialist in the area of energy and the environment. She has accumulated substantial environmental knowledge and applied it regularly in her teaching at USC and her activities at YPE and Global Green USA.||For the last five years, Ekaterina Svyatets has worked on various environmental, energy, and sustainability issues, both as Board Member of Young Professionals in Energy (YPE) in Los Angeles and a researcher and visiting lecturer at the University of Southern California (Los Angeles, USA).|
Her experience covers various environmental sustainability initiatives, such as recommendations for the sustainability plan for the City of Los Angeles (Matt Petersen, Chief Sustainability Officer). Ekaterina has focused on analyzing, reporting, and developing policy suggestions for such areas as carbon regulations, water supply, environmental protection reform; waste and pollution mitigation; and wildlife protection.
She has a PhD from the University of Southern California in Politics and International Relations (2013), specializing in energy security, sustainability, and U.S.-Russia relations.
|8/11/2014 16:18:47||Youth Alliance-The Gambia||Isatou Ndowfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Albert Joe . S. Bongay||Young Volunteers for the Environment||www.jve-international.org||Gambian||The Gambia||Male||29||English , French, Aku , Wolof, Mandinka|| I’ve known Albert Joe S Bongay in a variety of capacities for many years at the local and regional level. |
With over 12 years of experience, he has helped to develop comprehensive strategies and policy frameworks for NGO & CSO networks promoting Climate Justice, Good Governance and sustainable development initiatives.
Mr. Bongay has built collaborative working relations with international institutions, government , policy makers etc that has demonstrated the increase in political prioritization of Climate & Sustainable Development issues and active in lobbying and monitoring of progress made on commitments made such as increased budgets, strengthened national planning and country and regional -level dialogue.
His participation will offer him the direct access to negotiate, exhibit and make presentations on the African system and situation of Climate Change, youth and sustainable development at the meeting.This is especially important The African commission based in Gambia.
|Albert Joe S Bongay, is a Climate Activist , social justice campaigner and Community Development specialist actively engaged in the Environment, Social Justice , Youth and Development sector. As the CSO country focal point for the Sanitation and Water for All (SWA) and the Executive Director of the “Young Volunteers for the Environment, He engage local and regional actors on issues related to youth participation in the development process. He believes improving youth condition is central in creating sustainable development policies.|
He holds leadership positions with several youth led regional and international organizations and has been representing CSOs in various national and regional conferences and activities and has proven to be exemplary with his strong communication, negotiation and participation skills.
Albert Joe has being organizing forums, training camps, symposiums, fundraising activities, public debates with key stakeholders & developmental partners and the government on social and environmental related issues in the actualization of a sustainable development goal with special focus on Climate Change , Energy and Water & Sanitation.
He recently received the JWH Initiative grant to pursue an advanced diploma at the Institute of Professional Administration and Management (IPAM) and studied Project Management with an emphasis in project leadership and human resources management (http:/ /www.jwhinitiative.org/participants/albert-joe-nongay/)
He have also recently won the prestigious environmental awards” Energy Globe Award “ for his country and organization the Young Volunteers for the Environment-The Gambia (YVE-The Gambia) , awarded by the Austrian energy pioneer Wolfgang Neumann , for best successful sustainable projects to promote environmental justice with good and feasible solutions. (http://www.energyglobe.info/gambia2014?cl=english)
With experience in policy-related development issues, particularly in the areas of participatory development, Climate Change, Gender & Youth and Sustainable Development among others, he has helped to deliver and promote strong skills in multi-sectoral and media project advocacy geared towards sustainable development with other organizations, institutions and networks.
Albert Joe is a trained professional in Social & Environmental Sector Planning and Management with pre-analytical skill in negotiations, preparing sustainable projects, policies, training reports and workshop proceedings.
|8/11/2014 18:22:18||Citizen Engagement Laboratory||Sarah Craigemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Camron Assadi||Climate Relief Fund||climaterelief.org||USA||USA||M||41||English||Camron is the Project Director of the Climate Relief Fund, managing all aspects of the project and overseeing rapid response fundraising and communications campaigns. The fund raises money to help people affected by severe weather disasters. 100% of funds are directed to local organizations doing relief and long-term, climate resilient rebuilding. The Climate Relief Fund then tells the stories of the people affected in the media, making the public connection between the disaster and climate change.||Camron is the Project Director of the Climate Relief Fund. Previously, he ran marketing on the world's largest scientific journal, PLOS ONE. Prior to that, he worked with a variety of nonprofit organizations on online marketing and partnership development. He was also Deputy Internet Director at Mercy Corps, where he oversaw much of the rapid response fundraising and partnership development. He is also a Climate Reality Leadership Corps volunteer.||https://drive.google.com/a/engagementlab.org/file/d/0B0JMFiuwKY-8b3lJVTQ2N2RkbUk/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/11/2014 18:37:12||Earth Child Institute||MaryAnn Celis||MaryAnn@earthchildinstitute.org||Attend Summit only||No||Şerife İlgü Özler||Earth Child Institute||http://www.earthchildinstitute.org/||United States of America||United States||Female||42||Turkish, Spanish, English||Ş. İlgü Özler's leadership and her rich contributions to the field of climate change policy qualify her as an exceptional nominee as a summit attendee on behalf of the Earth Child Institute. Professor Ozler is the Director of the SUNY (The State University of New York) Global Engagement Program in NYC and an Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations at SUNY New Paltz. Professor Ozler represents the Earth Child Institute as an ECOSOC representative and contributes to the organization's research and advocacy efforts. She is currently drafting an ECI paper focusing on the need for participatory education in order to enable children to become full stakeholders in the climate change policy process, which will be released for the UN Climate Change Summit this September.||Ş. İlgü Özler leads the SUNY Global Engagement Program in NYC and is Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations at SUNY New Paltz. Özler received her Ph.D. in Political Science from University of California, Los Angeles (2003). Her research is on the relationship between comparative political institutions and civil society. She focuses on political parties, non-governmental organizations and social movements. She has done research on the urban slums and squatter areas in Turkey, Mexico and Chile. Her teaching covers the fields of comparative politics and international relations. For the past decade, she has been taking students to the United Nations for briefings every Friday for 10 weeks during the Spring semester. She has also taken students to Turkey on a study mission as a part of the SUNY Model European Union exercises in 2008. She has been a legislative volunteer for Amnesty International (AI) USA since 2008. She is the founder and coordinator to the Mid Hudson Valley AI Chapter as well as the faculty advisor to the campus AI group. She is the chair of the campus Advisory Board for the Dual Diploma Degree Program between the Turkish universities and SUNY. She serves on the Board of the World Affairs Council of the Mid-Hudson Valley.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/z2q7oh4ilbd3no2/Ozler%20CV.pdf||https://faculty.newpaltz.edu/ilguozler/index.php/sample-page/peer-reviewed-publications/|
|8/11/2014 22:28:19||Coalition Of Concerned Citizens For Complete Justice (COCFOJU)||Chaplain Romel J. Vielfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||Romel Jean Viel||Coalition Of Concerned Citizens For Complete Justice (COCFOJU)||(under construction)||American citizen||USA||Male||52||English, French, Creole, Spanish||Nominee is currently a Certified Lay Bible instructor of/at Hebron 'American Haitian' Seventh-day Adventist Church [in Brooklyn of New York City], the Founding General Director of The Coalition Of Concerned Citizens For Complete Justice (COCFOJU) in addition to being a Student Chaplain at/of The New York State Chaplains Task Force (NYS CTF). For additional information about nominee Romel Jean Viel, please feel free to contact Pastor Jose L. Joseph who is Haitian Ministries Director at the Northeastern Conference of Seventh-day Adventists at 718.291.8007.||Bio will be furnished a later time.||Unavailable at this time.|
|8/12/2014 0:00:04||Kist Medical college and Teaching Hospital||Mr.Padam Kanta Dahalemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Padam Kanta Dahal||Kist Medical College and Teaching Hospital||www.kistedu.np||Nepali||Nepal||Male||26||English||Iam very much interested in environment science, I have done in research in environment and interested too.||I have completed Bachelor in Public Health, Working in Teaching Hospital as a research officer with demonstrator. I live in Kathmandu Anamnagar, My permanent house is Maimajhuwa VDC Ilam Nepal.||https://drive.google.com/#my-drive||I have completed Bachelor in Public Health, Working in Teaching Hospital as a research officer with demonstrator. I live in Kathmandu Anamnagar, My permanent house is Maimajhuwa VDC Ilam Nepal.|
|8/12/2014 0:27:51||Sustainable Development For All||Miller Achevihfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Evans Wadongo||Sustainable Development For All||www.sdfa-kenya.org||Kenyan||Kenya||Male||28||English||Evans has over 10 years experience advocating and implementing community focused programs to mitigate climate change. He designed a simple solar lamps made from 50% recycled materials that he is training youth to make through Sustainable Development For All organization. Evans has done extensive research on environment and climate change and has been speaking on issues the same at various local and international conferences around the world. Most recently, he spoke at Climate Reality conference in South Africa.||Evans Wadongo is the Founder and Executive Director of Sustainable Development For All, that is working to reduce poverty in Africa. He has a Bsc. In Electronic and Computer Engineering. Evans is the inventor of a simple solar lamp dubbed MwangaBora made out of mostly recycled materials.|
Evans’ is also a founder at GreenWize Energy, Founder of Wadson Ventures and Co-founder of Brevlam Technologies, which have interests in Energy, Angel Investments, I.C.T and hospitality.
Mr. Wadongo has received various global awards including CNN Hero, Outstanding Social Entrepreneur in Africa, Pan Commonwealth Youth Award, Mikhail Gorbachev award, named among Africa’s ’30 under 30’ best young entrepreneurs by Forbes, and was listed among top 35 innovators under 35 by MIT Technology Review, among others. Wadongo has been featured on major international media such as CNN, BBC, Reuters, AFP, France 24, CCTV, New Yorker, among others.
Mr. Wadongo is an advisor for several start-up social enterprises and has been a speaker at major conferences and schools around the world
|https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1TWjmsQ6RRWcTNfek01QXlrUVE/edit?usp=sharing||Evans piece in Al Jazeera- http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2014/05/investing-not-arresting-kenyan-2014519155324276586.html|
Evans speaking at Clinton Global Initiative University- http://www.cgiu.org/multimedia/webcasts/2013/view_webcast.asp?id=15
Evans at EmTech - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tu6UycODBo
Evans at IIEA - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfNzxau_iwM
Evans at TEDxCibeles - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpqtNKVk1S8
|8/12/2014 0:49:18||Chaoyang University of Technology||Prof. Huangmu Lo, PhDemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Tonni Agustiono Kurniawan||United Nations University (UNU)||www.unu.edu||Indonesian||Japan||Male||39||English||First, the nominee has has proven track record of effective advocacy on promoting community based solid waste management in Surabaya (Indonesia) as one of solutions for climate change mitigation. As waste dispersion could lower air quality and water resources, this kind of environmental problem has the potential to derail the country’s progress towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Using Japan's takakura home composting (THC) method that he advocated, Surabaya has successfully reduced 30% of organic waste. The waste is converted into organic compost as fertilizer for urban farming and other is sold in the market.|
Second, he has demonstrated scholarly engagement with scientific community for presenter roles on global environmental issues through speaking engagement at international conferences and publication in scientific journals. He also has excellent competency with climate change issues as reflected by the list of his publication in recent years.
|Presently the nominee is a Postdoctoral Fellow at United Nations University (UNU)-Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS), a global think tank with its headquarter in Tokyo (Japan). At the UNU-IAS, he has investigated the role of civil society in climate change mitigation. To carry out his advocacy effectively, Kurniawan promoted community-based solid waste management at local level to address solid waste overgeneration. Under his scholarly leadership, he facilitated city to city cooperation between Surabaya (Indonesia) and Kitakyushu (Japan) in addressing solid waste problem using Japan's Takakura home composting (THC) method. This social innovation effectively reduces 30% of organic waste disposed into local landdfills. For this particular achievement, he is selected as one of the 200 Young Global Leaders (YGLs) chosen as the class of 2014 by a committee chaired by H.M. Queen Rania (Jordan). The selection was based on the proven track record of his leadership experience, record of professional accomplishments, ability to overcome adversity and commitment to society. He represented Indonesia both for the 2013 APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education (ASPIRE) and a laureate for the 2014 Scope-Zhongyu Young Scientist Award for Environmental Technological Innovations category. The prize is awarded to scientists for creative and intelligent solutions in the field of sustainable development. To date, with citation of 2370 counts, an average citation per article of 84, and h-index of 15, Dr. Kurniawan has co-authored 26 articles in refereed journals, 21 articles in conference proceedings, five monographs, and 5 book chapters. Recently the Essential Science Indicators of Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)-Thomson Reuter identified him as one of most cited top 1% scientists in engineering field. To improve dialogue between stakeholders and policy about sciences, he was selected to participate in “the 60th Nobel Laureate Meetings” and the 3rd BioVision Forum in Lindau (Germany) and in Lyon (France) in June 2010 and March 2011 respectively. The meetings dedicated to the Nobel Laureates in Chemistry and Life Sciences annually invited the world’s best talents for transfer of knowledge between generations of scientists through panel discussions, debates and networking. This represents a platform for leading researchers in the fields to engage in a cross-generational dialogue on central issues of our future such as climate change.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9cUZEEV13O9czRVQVEtSm1VNDA/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9cUZEEV13O9a2JBUU5Kb1JUcEN6Q1hvNlFvYjdYaUFfd19r/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/12/2014 2:05:49||Agua justa||Alberto Arredondofirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Alberto Arredondo||Agua Justa||www.pitsa-ni.com||Nicaragua||Nicaragua||Male||24||Spanish and english||El motivo de la presente es para solicitar apoyo de su persona para ver si el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo o alguna institucion aliada que conozca, pueda ayudarme a obtener financiamiento para emprender el proyecto de “tanques purificadores de agua”, ideales para las comunidades aisladas donde no cuentan con energia electrica y agua pura. Esto es una solucion a la problemática del escasez del agua, donde comunidades tienen que pagar hasta 3 dolares por un barril de agua al dia. Cuyo precio de los tanques purificadores reduce hasta el 70% de los sistemas de purificacion que compran los gobiernos de la region y que es dinero principalmente donado o prestado por BID. De mi parte diseñe un tanque capaz de purificar agua 99.9% atraves de un filtro artesanal, el cual no necesita energia electrica se puede abastecer agua a un costo muy bajo, solucion que viene a revolucionar el costo del agua, debido a que actualmente una botella de agua purifica, es mas cara que una gaseosa.||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GiR_EQJjmc&list=UUdOyd83Y9TZarBd9GnrwJAw||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GiR_EQJjmc&list=UUdOyd83Y9TZarBd9GnrwJAw||http://issuu.com/acadi/docs/sistema_de_tanque_purificador_de_ag/0|
|8/12/2014 2:34:15||Dr.Razzak-Arfina Memorial Foundation||Badrul Islamemail@example.com||Yes||Badrul Islam||Dr.Razzak-Arfina Memorial Foundation||-||Bangladesh||Bangladesh||Male||26||English||-----||-------||https://www.facebook.com/badrulislam.prince||----------|
|8/12/2014 2:46:55||National Council of Churches in Australia||Bishop Philip Hugginsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Togiab McRose Elu||National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Anglican Council||http://www.anglican.org.au/community/Pages/community.aspx||Australian||Australia||Female||50||English; Kalaw Kawaw Ya (KKY); Kalaw Lagaw Ya (KKL); Torres Strait Creole (Pidgin Wontak)||My name is Rose Elu. I am an Indigenous woman from the Torres Strait Islands of Australia, and a member of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Anglican Council of Australia (NATSIAC). Our islands are in danger. I am very keen to attend the UN Climate Summit 2014, so that I can add my voice to the global movement for action on global warming. It is becoming more and more evident that some of the most disadvantaged people on our planet are bearing the greatest burdens of the changing climate. The Australian Government is failing my people by not putting in place effective policies to counteract what is clearly obvious to us. The specific perspectives I would bring to the Summit would be those of a First Nations, Civil Society woman. ||Togiab McRose Elu was born on Sabai Island, in the top Western Islands of the Torres Strait. She comes from the Chieftain Clan which called Koedai (Crocodile) from her father side and Thabu (Snake) from her mother side.|
Rose was the first in her family, and one of the first Torres Strait Islanders, to enrol at university. He graduated with a BA with double majors in Anthropology and Political Science. She received an Overseas Study Award and completed her PhD in Customary Law at the University of Hawaii. She also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Theology from St Francis College, Brisbane. Rose has worked in Government Departments in Queensland for 20 years, and currently works as an Indigenous Service Delivery Advisor with “Relationships Australia, Queensland”. Rose is a member of the Anglican Parish of the Torres Strait and serves on a number of church committees and boards. She has travelled extensively, and continues to do so, presenting papers n different issues relating to the Torres Strait Islands.
|8/12/2014 3:09:09||ECOTECA Association||Raul Popemail@example.com||Yes||Raul Calin POP||ECOTECA Association||www.ecoteca.ro||Romanian||Romania||male||40||English, Romanian||Alleviating climate change requires both broad understanding of the big picture (the sort of Governments, international panels and think tanks work with) as well as grass roots processes, within the specific human activities that actually cause the global warming drivers. As an experienced activist, advocacy champion but also business manager and consultant, the candidate understands what is every's stakeholder role in protecting the environment by reducing its negative impact. It is essential to turn high level concepts and philosophies into down-to-earth, quantifiable everyday changes of behaviors and procedures. Otherwise, we just fly our planes to talk about global warming… Isn’t it ironic?||I am an experienced strategy & operations business consultant and a green activist. I hold bachelor's degrees on economics and comparative European studies, as well as an American MBA (graduated in Florida, US) in Operations Management. As an opinion leader in Romania on topics such as environment protection, stakeholders' engagement, waste management, advocacy and public policies, I was nominated as the US State Department as the representative of Romania in this year's International Civil Leadership program. I am now an alumnus of the program. In Romania, I work intensively with the local and central public authorities on topics ranging from waste management policies to energy efficiency in buildings and poverty alleviation. I am one of the leaders of the Romanian Coalition for the Environment (gathering over 70 green NGOs in Romania) on waste-related issues, a partner to several municipalities in Romania on urban ecology topics and a prospective European Bank for Reconstruction and Development consultant on environment protection.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxVCqjWX2GEtWWdYaUNCNy1KRDA/edit?usp=sharing||http://goo.gl/0O81OO|
|8/12/2014 5:15:46||APSSSY||SANGRAM KESHARI MOHANTYfirstname.lastname@example.org||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||SOUMITRA SUBINAYA||APSSSY||apsssy.wordpress.com||INDIAN||INDIA||MALE||24||ENGLISH, ODIA, HINDI||Soumitra is a product of 5 years rigorous training in law and sociology with the experience of having prepared over 50 research projects: on issues of law including environmental law, space law, human rights, mineral law, so on; and on issues of sociology including climate change and women, urban, rural and indigenous people's issues. He has won several awards for public speaking and essay writing as you can find in the CV. He has spoken publicly in international forums such as 2011 United Nations Alliance of Civilizations Summer School (link to video provided) Portugal; at the 2012-2013 World Universities Debating Championship, Germany; at the 24th United Nations Habitat Governing Council Meeting Youth Caucus 2013. His essay was one of the top 200 essays in the World Bank Essay Contest on the theme of "Climate Change and Youth led solutions". He is passionate about climate issues as you can find in his writings (links provided).||Soumitra is a law and sociology graduate from National Law University, Odisha. He will be enrolled with the Odisha Bar Association and will start practicing as a human rights lawyer this year at the Honourable High Court of Odisha. He is an 11 times internationally awarded essayist. He has worked as a Senior Charter Team Member for Students For Liberty, U.S.A. His notable achievements include: Winning the 2010 United Nations Habitat International Essay Contest from amongst entrants from over 40 countries; Winning the AIESEC International Writing Competition 2010 from the Asia-Pacific; He was selected with full scholarship for the 2011 NAMCHRCD International Conference on “Cultures in Support of Humanity”, Iran, and was also selected with full scholarship for the 2011 UNITED NATIONS AOC Summer School in Portugal. He has won several other essay awards internationally from ConcernWorldwide, Ireland, NatoWatch, U.K., WAAS, Rome, World Bank, Goi Peace Foundation, Japan, UNESCO, and Shinto Foundation, Japan, amongst others. He represented India at World Universities Debating Championship 2013 Germany with scholarship and at the UN-Habitat Governing Council Meeting 2013 with full scholarship. In 2014, Soumitra raised $7,000 from U.S.A. in 28 days to establish the world’s first liberty Braille Press and Public Braille Library for blind women, men and others in India.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-JgdG4PHe85Tm90YnNJMEpmZmc/edit?usp=sharing||On Climate Change and Women: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-JgdG4PHe85bXlQZkxVblNCams/edit?usp=sharing|
On Climate Change and Youth-led Solutions: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-JgdG4PHe85YWhNVDhyWkRCSFU/edit?usp=sharing
On Youth Migration and Innovative Solutions: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-JgdG4PHe85ZUs5aGVDU0FQYVU/edit?usp=sharing
On the life of a developing world Child: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-JgdG4PHe85azNLTTdMOHVXdk0/edit?usp=sharing
On NATO and how to use it peacefully: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-JgdG4PHe85WUwtckhUeXdjV0U/edit?usp=sharing
On Humanitarian Law and Indigenous People's perspective: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-JgdG4PHe85TE9CREx6RW9DaFU/edit?usp=sharing
On Legal Literacy Skills for a better life: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-JgdG4PHe85YXBPTDU1bzlvcUk/edit?usp=sharing
Soumitra's speech and presentation at the United Nations AOC Summer School in Portugal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvYPo4TIBts
|8/12/2014 6:13:47||Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society (CECOEDECON); Public Advocacy Initiatives for Rights and Values in India (PAIRVI)||Sharad Joshi; Ajay Kumar Jhaemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||Yes||Sharad Joshi||Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society (CECOEDECON); Public Advocacy Initiatives for Rights and Values in India (PAIRVI)||www.cecoedecon.org.in |
|India||India||Male||57||English||The nominee Sharad Joshi, a development professional by education and training, has worked extensively on human rights and development in both the national and global context. He has good exposure and understanding of global and national (countries in North and South Americas, Africa, Asia etc. besides India) legal and institutional frameworks on sustainable development, biodiversity and climate change. He has participated in and led many side events on a range of issues related to climate change, human rights, human rights based approach to development, gaps in environmental jurisprudence, state liability and responsibility, legal protection to biological diversity and benefit access regime on many platforms. He has also been following and participating in post 2015 process. He has also participated and represented civil society in many forums like the UNCSD, the UNFCCC, the UNCBD, the UNHRC, the WTO, the UNCTAD etc.||Sharad Joshi is based in Jaipur has experience of more than 35 years in the development sector. Since 1982 he is Chief Executive with CECOEDECON (Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society), India. He also coordinates Beyond Copenhagen, a pan India Coalition for sustainable development, environmental and climate justice. It works closely with other campaigns, social movements and organizations on sustainable development policies and practices. The Coalition works with CSOs, farmers, academic, media, judiciary and policymakers to improve understanding and response to sustainable development and climate challenges. The Coalition also engages discussions with respect to international policy framework on sustainable development and climate change. Sharad Joshi leads the international engagement of the Coalition. The Coalition has engaged closely with many fora of the United Nations namely CSD, OWG, HLPF, UNFCCC, WTO and the UNCTAD. He has closely followed and contributed to human rights based approach to development, sustainable food systems in climate change, climate change and disaster, legal framework for sustainable development, developing jurisprudence on climate change, global partnership for sustainable development etc. He has led, organized, and conducted a number of consultations, workshops, and campaigns on issues of national and global relevance. His skills include policy analysis, research, advocacy and lobbying, organizational development, networking and campaign development etc.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwQDhP1_JVrhOVVKalRUUGwzUTg/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwQDhP1_JVrhSTJ2UDNFdUhuLUU/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/12/2014 6:18:17||ALL INDIA WOMEN'S CONFERENCE||MRS. VEENA KOHLIfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||No||ASHA GAMBHIR||ALL INDIA WOMEN'S CONFERENCE||www.aiwc.org.in||Indian||India||Female||69||English||AIWC creates awareness among the grass root level about the impact of Climate Change on the quality of life and well being of the people and hold the Government accountable to protect the livelihood of the poor and avoid damage to the environment. AIWC has been implementing and promoting environmental friendly activities even before the term “Climate Change” came into existence. We have gained experience of knowing and understanding the needs, priorities, necessities and strengths of women at the village level. As Secretary General of the Organization, she has taken a major initiative to convert the AIWC Head Office premises free of garbage by implementing waste recycling methods, Reusing Waste to create Bio Gas and manure. We have also adopted a village and a slum to implement the initiative.||N.A.||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CFaNyu0sK764agkJHEE65TkPpJ32nNuJRyhg52kjoXw/edit||N.A.|
|8/12/2014 6:56:42||Gujarat Research Society’s Pushpa Navnit Shah Centre for Lifelong Learning, Dr Madhuri Shah Campus, Ramkrishna Mission Road, Corner of 16th & 17th Road, Khar (W), Mumbai -400052, Maharashtra, India.||Dr. Seetharam Chittoor Jhansiemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Santosh Kumar Mishra||Population Education Resource Centre (PERC), Department of Continuing and Adult Education and Extension Work, S. N. D. T. Women's University, Mumbai, India||http://sndt.ac.in/||Indian||India||Male||54||English||Dr Santosh Kumar Mishra is researcher & demographer employed with Population Education Resource Centre (PERC), S. N. D. T. Women’s University, Mumbai, India. He underwent training in demography from the IIPS. He has extensively researched into areas related to sustainable development and climate change. |
He has several journal articles (published in national and international journals) on population and development related subject areas to his credit. Also, he is involved with over 30 international journals as reviewer. He has reviewed nearly 80 research papers. He has been granted bursary for presenting his research views at international conferences held in Tanzania, Sweden, USA, Tajikistan, etc.
In view of the facts presented above, I am of the strong opinion that Dr. Mishra be selected as Panellist for the Thematic Debate “Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change” at the United Nations 2014 Climate Summit (with full funding). He has USA Visa (valid till March 13, 2023).
|Dr Santosh Kumar Mishra is researcher & demographer employed with Population Education Resource Centre (PERC), S. N. D. T. Women’s University (SNDTWU), Mumbai in India. He underwent training in demography from the IIPS, Mumbai, India. (http://www.iipsindia.org/). He acquired Ph. D. in 1999. He is Reviewer/Editorial Board Member for over international journals. He has also reviewed papers for 5 international conference sessions. His subject areas of interest include: population & development education, issues pertaining to population-development linkages, education for sustainable development, adult & continuing education/non-formal/extension education, etc.|
Dr. Mishra has (a) co-authored 5 research studies (published by the SNDTWU); (b) presented 32 papers for national conferences & 11 papers for international conferences, & (c) authored/co-authored 5 handbooks/booklets (published by the SNDTWU, 5 books, & 11 book chapters. In addition, he has 30 articles published in national journals and 18 in international journals. Dr. was previously awarded Government of India fellowship at the IIPS (1986-1987) and travel scholarship for sharing his research views at international conferences and summits held at Karachi (Pakistan), Dare es Salaam (Tanzania), Stockholm (Sweden), Madison (USA), Dushanbe (Tajikistan), and Canberra (Australia). He is Advisory Board Member of the American Academic & Scholarly Research Center and Reviewer–cum–International Advisory Board Member for the AASRC 2013 International Conference – Beirut, Lebanon. He was invited as Guest Speaker at the Pakistan’s 11th International Convention on Quality Improvement-ICQU, 2007
4. http://www.academicjournals.org/JABSD/PDF/pdf2012/November/M ishra.pdf
|8/12/2014 7:47:29||Actions pour l'Environnement et le Développement Durable||Frejus THOTOfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||HOUESSOU Mawuna Donald||Actions pour l'Environnement et le Développement Durable||www.aced-benin.org||BENINESE||BENIN||Male||24||French||The candidate, climate change programme officer in ACED NGO in Benin, is a good one for participating to the climate summit 2014.|
Indeed, he has good records of achievement. First, he used to advocate on climate change issues with local authorities for adopting concrete actions for reducing communities’ vulnerability. Second, he has implemented many actions on the field with grassroots communities. He is currently working with farmers for collecting and transforming water hyacinth into compost. The benefits of this action are several including reducing the emissions of greenhouse gases emitted by the plant in its natural area.
In addition, he has participated to many relevant international conferences as communicator like the last agricultural science week of CORAF/WECARD where he presented research findings on vulnerability of livestock based communities to climate change
Finally, the candidate is able to have a visa and to be at UN Headquarters in NY at 8:30am on 23 September.
|After completing his BSc in rural economy in 2011, he has started working with rural communities as agriculture officer in ACED NGO where he got many experiences. Late in 2011, he started his master degree which he holds now in 2014 in agricultural economics. With his experiences and dynamism, he has been nominated as climate change programme officer in the same NGO based on his interests and specific knowledge he got on the subject. For example, he has worked for his thesis on livestock communities’ vulnerability to climate variability and change. In addition, he is very active on youth issues and participated to many international conferences on these different subjects. Moreover, he is currently developing a proposal for his PhD thesis for the next years where he will both combine his job with the PhD.||https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_WaMOo42LIZUlp5ZFljaURmUHc/edit||https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_WaMOo42LIZTXVRNlAxb3VwNHc/edit|
|8/12/2014 9:31:10||Action Health Incorporated||Adenike Esietemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Uwemedimo Uko Esiet||Action Health Incorporated||www.actionhealthinc.org||Nigerian||Nigeria||Male||56||English||The nominee has worked in the last twenty years on issues of population and sustainable development with special focus on working with young people to appreciate the nexus between population, enviromental management and developemnt.He serves as the Lead Facilitator/Trainer of the African Union Youth Volunteer Corps Scheme. Also serves as Member International Advisory Group of Partnership for Child Develpment, Imperial College London that supports Home Grown School Feeding Programmes in Africa.||He is a public health practitioner who has engaged in the promotion of sexual and reproductive health of women and young people since 1987. He has worked in the public health services in Nigeria between 1983 and 1987 where he got exposed to the health consequences of poor enviromental management.|
He has since then advocated for sustainable environmental management to mitigate ill health.
|https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0fkoz9aRv0sdklObndTcldldEk/edit||He has featured on the National Television Programmes NTA AM Express speaking on climate change and health as well as AHI Youth Centre based activities|
|8/12/2014 9:41:32||Centre for Contemporary Issues & Policy Studies||Chidi Nwigwefirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Chika Onyeka Okoye||Centre for Contemporary Issues & Policy Studies||Nigerian||Nigeria||Female||28||English, Hausa, Igbo||The nominee organises Sensitisation programmes in rural communities to educate youths about climate change syndrome. She also embarks on projects that reduce the vulnerability of rural communities; organises skills acquisition to improve the livelihoods of the people.||Chika Onyeka Okoye was born on the 5th September, 1986. She holds a Masters degree in Oil & Gas Law from the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland. Her Masters thesis was on Effects of Oil Pollution. Before she travelled for her Masters programme, she joined the services of our organisation as Co-ordinator of Youths Programmes. After her Masters programme, she now became the Assistant Project Manager. She has done excellently well in reaching out to rural communities that are vulnerable to climate change. She still reaches out youths, creating awareness about climate change and building their capacity for job creatio.||She is not applying as a speaker.|
|8/12/2014 10:30:18||Ecomanía||Lucas Campodónicoemail@example.com||Yes||María Florencia Caminos Erimbaue||ACLIMATANDO National Movement in Argentina of young people against Climate Change||www.aclimatando.org.ar||Argentinian||San Miguel de Tucumán||Female||27||Spanish, english, french||She is involved in environmental projects since 2005, she has been a Tunza advisor for UNEP carrying out the voices from latin america young people. She was trained about Climate Change and strategics of local adaptation in Turkey and other countries, her academic studies, architecture and a master in environmental management allows her to planify, design and develop effective strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and ensure its implementation in local levels. |
She has the experience working in international networks and understand very well the young people realities. Now is the coordinator of ACLIMATANDO that was gathered with the goal of installing Climate Change in the public and private agenda. It is a network of organizations brought together by a common concern.
|Florencia Caminos, is from Argentina, 27 years old. She is an architect graduated with honors. She realized an exchange of studies in Grenoble - France in 2011. She did a Master in Environmental Management in the University of Tucumán. Her mother language is Spanish; she has a good level writing and speaking English and French.|
She participated in diffusion of the reports "GEO for youth in Argentina and Mercosur ", also she was a Tunza youth Adviser for Latin America and the Caribean for the Program of the United Nations for the Environment UNEP. Her capacities and knowledge are about sustainable development and youth participation; she studied about it in different countries as Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Kenya, Indonesia and in different provinces of Argentina. In Turkey she participated in the training about Climate change with the ex-vice-president of The United States Al Gore and the Movement Global Power Shift. She is a member of the NGO Asociación Civil Red Ambiental from 2005 by participating in different educational projects and youth networks.
Nowadays she is the secretary of management in the Camera of the Private Construction of Tucumán CECOPRIT and is an adviser for the provincial Legislator Ariel García. She coordinates the activities of the environmental organization RIO+NOA, also takes part in the project of Law and resolutions for Tucumán's Province, some of them were the First law of cicloways, the Provincial Day of the tree, the Conference of Sustainable Development in Tucumán's Legislature, the National Campaign of the Week of the tree, between others.
She is the general coordinator of ACLIMATANDO National Movement against Climate Change in Argentina. The mission is to install the problematic of the climate change in the public and private agenda.
|8/12/2014 11:00:07||NGO Coalition for Environment (NGOCE), Calabar, Nigeria||Catherine Agborfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Edwin Eyang Usang||NGO Coalition for Environment (NGOCE), Calabar, Nigeria||Nigerian||Nigeria||Male||49||English, Efik, Erei, Igbo||Edwin is the Executive Director of our organization, the NGO Coalition for Environment. He is the current civil society representative for Africa at the UN-REDD Programme Policy Board, through a self-selection process for civil society organizations in Sept 2012. Edwin has brought the voices of forests communities and the concerns of environmental organizations from local to regional level to policy board meetings. He is following up climate change negotiations through the UNFCCC and has participated effectively at COPs18-19, and SBSTAs38-40. As member of REDD+ Safeguards Working Group, he has influenced decisions on issues of safeguards, non-carbon benefits, drivers of deforestation, etc. at the sidelines of COPs and SBSTAs. Edwin delivered an address on behalf of CSOs during the REDD+ Partnership meeting in Warsaw and presented a paper on Warsaw Framework for REDD+ during the Africa regional REDD+ Partnership meeting in Accra.||Edwin, a Nigerian living in the coastal city of Calabar in southern Nigeria, was born in 1964. He is educated up to the University level and holds a Master degree in Biochemistry and, currently a PhD Candidate in Environmental Biochemistry at the University of Calabar, Nigeria. His research interest is Environmental Pollution and Toxicology where he already had about four scientific publications. For the past 18 years, Edwin had been involved in development work where he has employed his knowledge and experience from the rural to the international level. He had worked as a volunteer, Program Staff and Director in several organizations. As the Program Officer of Coalition of Eastern (Nigeria) NGOs (a network of NGOs based in nine eastern and southern states of Nigeria), Edwin worked with so many women, youths and human/women rights organizations to empower rural women and vulnerable peoples. As a Program Officer, he wrote proposals that attracted funding from some international organizations like the Global Funds for Women. In the environment area, Edwin brought his experience and knowledge to bear and started working with the NGO Coalition for Environment (NGOCE) in 2002 as a Project Officer before rising to become its Executive Director in 2007. NGOCE, a foremost environmental organization, won the Goldman Environmental Prize in 2003. Edwin supported the Cross River State Government of Nigeria in establishing the Forestry Commission (the only such commission in 1 out of 36 states in Nigeria). Through NGOCE, he is a member of the Programme Steering Committee of the Nigeria’s REDD+ Programme. His effective representation has made it possible for vibrant government-CSO collaboration in the climate change / REDD+ sector. Edwin is the current Africa CSO representative at the UN REDD Programme Policy Board. Within the past 2-3 years, Edwin had travelled to a number of countries in Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America/Caribbean and Africa regions, including Oslo(Oct 2013) for the Oslo REDD Exchange Programme; Bonn (x3) for climate change meetings; Rome (Feb 2013) for Land Tenure Expert meeting on REDD+; Geneva (Dec 2013) for Policy Board meeting; Warsaw (Nov 2013) for COP19 to UNFCCC; Doha (Dec 2012) for COP18; Manila (Feb 2014) for REDD+ Safeguards training-of-trainers workshop; Lombok, Indonesia (Jul 2013) for Policy Board meeting; Lima, Peru (July 2014) for Policy Board meeting, just to mention but a few.||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3RHHt8Y4msoaE84ZzFtM2kyVjQ/edit?usp=sharing||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3RHHt8Y4msoazdvamZKRE80WGM/edit?usp=sharing|
|8/12/2014 11:01:29||Action Health Incorporated||Uwemedimo Esietemail@example.com||Attend Summit only||No||Adenike Olufunmilayo Esiet||Action Health Incorporated||www.actionhealthinc.org||Nigerian||Nigeria||Female||51||English||In the last five years, Nike has championed the study and interventions of health and development of out of school adolescent girls in slum communities of Lagos, Nigeria. She has led advocacy for greater investments in the health and development of girls in the urban renewal programmes of the government whilst highlighting the devastation of climate change and poor enviromental management on the agency of women and girls.||Adenike is a sociologist, media practitioner, urban slums, youth health and gender advocate. As one of Nigeria’s key resource persons on adolescent health and development, she has offered keynote presentations, convened, facilitated and chaired workshops and conferences of various national and United Nations organizations. She has also served on WHO’s Gender Advisory Panel and currently serves on the UNFPA Global CSOs Advisory Panel on ICPD.||https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0fkoz9aRv0saEJjdWdNX2Fvb3c/edit||http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBCS-Ffn63g|
|8/12/2014 13:17:50||inttention lab.||Felipe Gómez Martínezfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attend Summit only||Yes||Felipe Gómez Martínez||inttention lab.||http://www.inttention.org||Spanish||Spain||Male||40||Spanish, English||El candidato es el fundador y principal investigador de los proyectos de inttention lab. Organización no lucrativa para la integración de la innovación tecnológica, las TIC y Ciencias Sociales como clave para generar beneficios sociales y medioambientales. Con modelos económicos alternativos. Creando herramientas para la ciudadanía en un nuevo modelo de activismo social y medioambiental. En cuanto a experiencia y perfil profesional. Ha trabajado alrededor de 20 años en TIC a todos los niveles, desde el mantenimiento de sistemas hardware, software y de red, a la gestión de la comunicación en línea, SEO, diseño y programación. Durante los 12 últimos años de este periodo en puestos de responsabilidad, 7 como mando intermedio y 5 como director de tecnología. Últimos viajando por diferentes países, para llevar a cabo el estudio de viabilidad de estos proyectos y el análisis de los factores psicosociales. Estableciendo contactos a nivel argumental, operativo y económico.||Investigando en Amazonía, colaborando con ONG’s para validar conceptos en el plano tecnológico, con funciones de análisis, desarrollo y asesoramiento sobre políticas SEO, redes sociales y recaudación de fondos. También el desarrollo de nuevas herramientas de relación social en Internet como alternativa a los modelos de financiación convencionales, con objeto de crear proyectos autosuficientes y sostenibles, no dependientes en tiempo de subvenciones gubernamentales.|
Conociendo culturas Quechua, Shipibos, Matsés y Yanomami. Colaborando en algunos proyectos de ONG’s internacionales y locales, también con las federaciones indígenas FEDIQUEP, PUINAMUDT y ACODECOSPAT a nivel de derechos humanos y la justicia ambiental. Trabajando con comunidades indígenas en proyectos de desarrollo en relación con derrames de petróleo en las cuencas de los ríos Pastaza, Corrientes, Tigre y Marañón, afluentes del Amazonas. Estableciendo contacto y relaciones con Amazon Watch, Alianza Arkana, Acate Amazon en la Amazonía Peruana, ISA Instituto Socioambiental, Hutukara Associação Yanomami en la Amazonia brasileña, Greenpeace International, Global Call for Climate Action (GCCA Group), United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), la Fundación Bill y Mellinda Gates en Nueva York , Centro para la Investigación de las Mentes Saludables de la UW-Madison, Waisman Center. Monasterio Tsechokling en Dharamsala, India.
Confirmando las claves y decisiones estratégicas a tomar para ser argumentadas y validadas a través de la integración de las TIC. Definiendo proyectos en relación con salud, energía, derechos humanos y justicia medioambiental. Presente y el futuro de política y de acciones ciudadanas pasa por una creciente interacción y participación a través de nuevos modelos de interacción social y tecnología de Internet. La generación de un nuevo conjunto de herramientas TIC perfectamente capaces de reducir nuestra dependencia de los combustibles fósiles, y a su vez apoyar las decisiones políticas sobre el cambio climático, mediante el aumento de la participación ciudadana y por ende la reducción de la presión de los lobbies sobre los líderes políticos. Para gestionar un mejor futuro es necesario un profundo conocimiento de las implicaciones de las TIC en las ciencias sociales, la energía y la salud pública. Una mejor comprensión de su dinámica es crucial para asegurar y proponer vías de solución alternativas para los actores políticos, en la toma de decisiones.
|8/12/2014 17:28:53||Bangladesh Science Outreach||Md. Tahmidul Bariemail@example.com||Panellist for the Thematic Debate "Voices from the Front Lines of Climate Change"||Yes||Md. Tahmidul Bari||Bangladesh Science Outreach||www.bangladeshscienceoutreach.org||Bangladeshi||Bangladesh||Male||21||English, Bengali||Tahmidul Bari is creative young mind who is affiliated with several productive youth organizations in Bangladesh.Being a very proactive and motivated representative of the young generation he has participated in several community based activities like mentoring underprivileged students,awareness campaign on different social and environmental issues etc. in his career. He also participated in various international conferences as invited youth speaker and different international debating competitions as debater and adjudicator. So he could be the best choice as a Public Speaker.He also has the ability to think critically over different social issues especially issues on climate change.He’s credible enough to offer unique strategies and effective solutions to tackle these issues smartly ensuring proper utilization of the resources and knowledge.He has worked with several projects where he has played significant roles in decision making and problem solving.||Tahmidul Bari, currently studying Electrical & Electronic Engineering in “Islamic University of Technology (IUT, OIC)” in Bangladesh. He is now enrolled in the middle of my 3rd year there. |
Bari is currently working as Joint Secretary in “IUT Debating Society”. He loves to debate, likes to play with logic and reasoning. He has attended several international debating tournaments both as debater and adjudicator. Last year He participated in “Worlds Universities Debating Championship (WUDC)”, Organized by Rajalaxmi Engineering Institution, Chennai, India and “IIT-Bombay Mood Indigo: National Debating Championship”, Organized by Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India as an adjudicator in December. He also participated in “United Asians Debating Championship (UADC)”, Organized by Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia on May 2012.
Recently he was one of the Invited Speakers in “14th Melaka International Youth Dialogue 2014” themed ‘Youth and Education: Taking Action, Getting Results’ in Melaka, Malaysia; Organized by “World Assembly of Youth (WAY)” in collaboration with “Melaka State Government”, “Malaysian Youth Council”, “Asian Youth Council” and “Ministry of Youth and Sports, Malaysia.” There he presented paper on “Youth Engagement: Creativity in Education”. He was also an Invited “Youth Speaker” in “WAY Youth Satellite Event” themed “Youth Innovation: Ideas of Today, Realities of Tomorrow” which was part of the “World Innovation Forum–Kuala Lumpur” 2013 (WIF-KL), themed “The Future We Desire” in KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia organized by “World Assembly of Youth Secretariat”, “Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI)” and “Yayasan Inovasi Malaysia (YIM)”. He presented his very own Paper on “Multicultural Collaboration” in that satellite event.
He is currently working as an Affiliate in “Lighthouse Imperium”, a youth based organization in Bangladesh focused on creating an accountable governance system through the education, training and awareness of the both national and Global citizens.
He is also working as a Mentor in “Bangladesh Science Outreach (BSO)”, a non-profit organization, in partnership with Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka and with Samaj Unnayan Sangstha aiming at improving science education for children in Bangladesh. The goal of Bangladesh Science Outreach (BSO) is to instill curiosity in children by introducing them to the exciting scopes of science and technology.
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|8/12/2014 17:33:34||Caribbean Youth Environment Network||Reginald Burkefirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Jamilla Sealy||Caribbean Youth Environment Network - Barbados||www.cyen.org||Barbadian||Barbados||Female||25||English||Jamilla is first and foremost an active advocate for climate change issues especially as it relates to Small Island Developing States (SIDS). Outside of receiving a Master’s Degree focused on climate change, she volunteers with the Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN) on sustainable development issues which comprise climate change. She is a well-read individual on the concerns relating to climate change and is always willing to educate others. |
Jamilla is also a vibrant presenter who has promoted climate change challenges in SIDS at local, national, regional and international levels. In addition to CYEN, she lectures on sustainable development within the Environmental Science curriculum at a tertiary institution in Barbados.
She believes that youth participation, especially from a developing country where opportunities are minimal, is critical within the sustainable development discussions and especially on climate change.
She has a valid US Visa and is available at that time.