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PROGRAMME

DAY 9, MONDAY 11th DECEMBER

Climate Tourism

Times are in Gulf Standard Time (GTS)

Introduction

10:25-10:30
Amber Nuttall

An introduction by Amber Nuttall

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Opening Session

10:30-11:30
The Big Stick Is Coming: How Fashion is Finally Facing its Overdue Moment of Reckoning

What can the fashion industry learn from climate activism in other sectors? What has been the effect of climate litigation on the oil and gas sector? Is the voice of indigenous communities – with strong representation from established legal counsel – a prerequisite for success? Either way, we know that the landscape is about to change, especially with the EU's Green Deal. Might legislative changes be required for the fashion industry to truly embrace the SDGs and the UN Fashion Charter?

Curated by: Mary Fellowes

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Clara Tomé

Storyteller

11:40-11:55
Solitaire Townsend
How to survive being a solutionist

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Storyteller

12:15–12:30
Charlot Magayi
Opportunities from Pain: The Story of Mukuru

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Storyteller

12:40 - 12:55
Matz Stigezelius 
A Thousand Stories of Climate Innovation

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Panel

2:00-3:00
Round in Circles: The Unexpected Players Resolving Fashion's Final Frontier

Mainstream fashion is lightyears away from being sustainable, but it can quickly pivot to circularity. Meet the jewelry brand using NHS X-Rays for their silver, the go-to platform for getting the ultimate fix with barely a conscience, and a polymath tech entrepreneur – ex Bloomberg energy – who has figured out how fashion brands can unlock vast untapped revenue being co-custodians with their consumers (she also makes modular shoes) and finally the Managing Director of a Dubai's very own DGrade, leaders of the Simply Bottles initiative .

Curated by: Mary Fellowes

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Storyteller

3:15-3:30
Marine Tanguy
CEO : The art sector’s leading talent agency

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Panel

4:00-5:00
Loss and Damage: A Perspective of Youth from Territories Around the World

Youth will share specific experiences of loss and dmage in their communities and territories, and how youth are coping with them. Also it will discuss what the new loss and damage fund means for these communities

Curated by: Latin America Youth Climate Scholarships

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Workshop

2:00-5:00
Climate Fresk
Understand the science of climate change by building a system map of how climate change happens and what are its causes
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Register for this Climate Fresk

Curated by: Ash Goddard

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Storyteller

5:15-5:30
Juliet Kinsman
How Travel Can Unlock Climate Solutions

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Evening

6:30-8:00
Sailing for Change: Film Festival for the UN Ocean Decade

In the films, various groups of young leaders from acround the world, including from island states on the front line of climate change and marine degredation joinPeace Boat's Global Voyage as a part of the programmes to highlight these crucial issues. The films portray their experience sailing across the oceans for climate action and raise awareness about the fragility and vulnerability of the small island states and coastal communities. Join us for an inspiring evening of impact films for the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development.

Curated by: Peace Boat

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Evening

6:00-10:00
Youth Networking Evening

Curated by: Youth 4 Nature

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Workshop Part 1

10:30am-11:20am

Imagine 2050: LIVE FROM LUNARVILLE, Experience co-creating of our shared story of the future we wantThe Participatory Storytelling Workshop (50 minutes) will take attendees to the year 2050 to reflect on how humanity is flourishing because of how we successfully managed our climate change challenges from the perspective of the Lunarville Society who support Human Heritage Site on the Moon.Curated by: Dr. Claire Nelson, SPACE UNGANA

Curated by: Dr. Claire Nelson, SPACE UNGANA

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Workshop Part 2

11:30am-12:20pm

Imagine 2050: LIVE FROM LUNARVILLE, Experience co-creating of our shared story of the future we wantThe Participatory Storytelling Workshop (50 minutes) will take attendees to the year 2050 to reflect on how humanity is flourishing because of how we successfully managed our climate change challenges from the perspective of the Lunarville Society who support Human Heritage Site on the Moon.Curated by: Dr. Claire Nelson, SPACE UNGANA

Curated by: Dr. Claire Nelson,
 SPACE UNGANA

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Workshop

2:00pm-5:00pm
Climate Fresk

Understand the science of climate change by building a system map of how climate change happens and what are its causes

Curated by: Ash Goddard

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