Two roundtable discussions focusing on the content of the 3rd edition of the Climate Chance Observatory’s Local Action Report, released on April 6th, 2021. The report includes a variety of case studies from: Bahia, Bogota, Dakar, Scotland, Manchester, Melbourne, Mexico City, Occitania, Ontario, Palembang, North Rhine-Westphalia, San Carlos de Bariloche, Slavutych, Strasbourg, Turin.
The purpose of the report can be summed up as:
Representing Regions4, Natalia Uribe will participate in the second debate which explores the effect that the implementation of the SDGs at a local and subnational level can have on the transition to clean energies, taking into consideration both privileged and vulnerable populations.
11am – 12pm: From innovation to continuity, how are local authorities implementing climate action during the pandemic? Registration
3pm – 4pm: How does the localisation of SDGs allow for the inclusion of social justice in local climate policies? Registration