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Ttulo do Evento A Terra vista do cu

Data de Incio 27/04/2012

Horrio Incio

Local Cinelndia

Conferncias + Eventos Especiais sobre Cidades Sustentveis

18/05/2012

Forte de Copacabana

Descrio Inaugurada que no dia 27 de abril, essa exposio, localizada na Cinelndia, Centro do Rio, considerada o pontap inicial da Rio+20 e rene 130 imagens do fotgrafo Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Ficar exposta at o dia 24 de junho. O acervo captura belas imagens da terra vista de cima, por helicptero e at balo. Gratuito. O ONU-Habitat e a Cidade do Rio de Janeiro esto organizando uma srie de eventos e conferncias dirigidas ao pblico em geral e aos meios de comunicao para discutir desafios e oportunidades das reas urbanas no sculo 21. O objetivo gerar debates para reunir propostas inovadoras e alcanar uma abordagem sustentvel para todos os aspectos da crescente urbanizao. Os Eventos Especiais abertos sobre as cidades sustentveis culminaro no lanamento oficial da iniciativa Sou um transformador urbano [Im a City Changer], um movimento global de sensibilizao sobre as aes positivas que tiveram impactos na vida das pessoas em reas urbanas. O evento ser no Forte de Copacabana, no Rio de Janeiro. O credenciamento obrigatrio. Concurso cultural aberto ao pblico Descrio: Com apoio do Planeta Sustentvel e da MTV, o concurso cultural da Rio+Social premiar o autor do melhor vdeo de 15 segundos sobre o tema "O que voc tem a dizer sobre a Rio+20?" com uma viagem para acompanhar o evento Rio+Social no dia 19/6/12 no Rio de Janeiro. http://www.facebook.com/MTVBrasil/app_363471387043918 Com um contedo vasto, rico em informao e de uma qualidade visual impecvel, a exposio demonstra um grande potencial informativo e educativo acerca das culturas indgenas brasileiras. Sero 58 eventos e atividades lideradas por relevantes organizaes nacionais e internacionais, durante 60 dias. E um dos grandes destaques ter como foco a Educao para Transio , a Solidariedade Inclusiva e Jovens Liderana no contexto do desenvolvimento sustentvel e da nova sociedade. A programao contar com um publico que vai de formadores de opinio , personalidades de renome, representantes da ONU, autoridades e maiores especialistas do mundo a jovens e crianas, que tero uma nica oportunidade de fazer parte de um dos mais memorveis encontros da historia e que discutir o futuro da humanidade e do planeta com 193 pases convidados e atores da sociedade civil .

Concurso Cultural Rio+Social

25/05/2012

Hotel Windsor Barra

Exposio Sculos Indgenas no Brasil - IV Edio

01/06/2012

10:00:00

Caixa Cultural Rio

Planetrio: Rio+20 & voc

03/06/2012

Planetrio

Festival das Aguas 2012

05/06/2012

8:00:00

Via Scen Trecho 2

O Festival das guas 2012 discutir, em Braslia, a sustentabilidade e a economia verde. Participam da abertura, no dia 5, s 18h, a Ministra do Meio Ambiente Izabella Teixeira e o Diretor-Executivo do Programa das Naes Unidas para o Meio Ambiente (Pnuma), Achim Steiner. Ao longo dos seis dias, o Frum ser dividido em mais de dez painis temticos como Energia e Clima, gua e Ecossistemas, Agricultura & Alimentao, Desenvolvimento Social, Urbanizao e Cidades e Economia e Finanas do Desenvolvimento Sustentvel, todos com foco no bioma Cerrado. Evento fechado Lanamento do livro do economista Ricardo Abramovay, editado pelo Planeta Sustentvel. Resenha sobre o livro: http://planetasustentavel.abril.com.br/noticia/estante/muito-alem-economia-verde686670.shtml?func=2 Essa a uma das a vidades mais importantes para juventude na Rio+20. o principal espao para juventude mundial incidir no processo oficial da Rio+20. Nessa conferncia sero escolhidos jovens para par cipar dos processos de negociao do documento final da Rio+20, alm de aprovar um declarao de posicionamentos da juventude mundial que ser reme da aos Chefes de Estado, por ser uma a vidade reconhecida pela ONU. Alle Menschen sind frei und gleich...) diversos diretores. Alemanha, Estnia, Israel, Letnia, Litunia, Polnia, Rssia, Repblica Tcheca, Ucrnia, EUA, 2007. Legendas em ingls. Cpia em DVD.Para marcar o 60 aniversrio da Declarao Universal dos Direitos Humanos em 2008, a fundao Erinnerung, Verantwortung und Zukunft (Memria, responsabilidade e futuro) em colaborao com o Instituto Goethe realizou o 2 Concurso Internacional de Curtas-Metragens. Estudantes de escolas de cinema e artes de diversos pases. Classificao indicativa livre

Lanamento do Livro "Muito Alm da Economia Verde"

05/06/2012

19:00:00

Editora Abril

Conferncia Internacional de Juventude para Rio+20 Youth Blast

07/06/2012

9:00:00

Armazn 6: Pir Mau

Todos os seres humanos nascem livres e iguais - Programa 1

08/06/2012

16:00:00

MAM

Hiroshima meu amor

08/06/2012

18:00:00

MAM

amor (Hiroshima mon amour) de Alain Resnais. Frana, 1959. Com Emmanuelle Riva, Eiji Okada, Bernard Fresson, Stella Dessas. Legendas em portugus. 91. Uma artista vem participar de um filme sobre a paz em Hiroshima e l ela se apaixona por um japons. Um clssico da histria do cinema que recebeu o prmio da crtica no Festival de Cannes. Classificao indicativa 14 anos.

Formatura Voluntrios

09/06/2012

8:00:00

Arena do MAM

No dia 09 de junho, entre 8h e 18h, o Arena do MAM acolher a cerimnia de formatura de cerca de 1200 jovens que atuaro como voluntrios durante a Rio+20. O Programa de Voluntariado uma iniciativa do governo brasileiro, em parceria com o PNUD e a agncia UN Volunteers. Os voluntrios foram selecionados entre alunos de ensino mdio de escolas pblicas fluminenses, alunos de ensino tcnico do sistema FIRJAN, universitrios de todo pas e pessoas com deficincia provenientes da FAETEC e de outras entidades. Todos participaram de curso de treinamento, que incluiu oficinas sobre sustentabilidade, direitos humanos, cidadania ativa e voluntariado. Os principais objetivos do Programa so: envolver diversos segmentos da sociedade brasileira na realizao da Conferncia; oferecer oportunidades a jovens interessados em ganhar experincia com a realizao de um evento internacional de grande porte e capacit-los para o trabalho em equipe; bem como incentivar a prtica do voluntariado no plano nacional. Acesso restrito Formatura dos 1200 voluntrios que atuaro na Rio+20 (Alle Menschen sind frei und gleich...) diversos diretores. Alemanha, Estnia, Israel, Letnia, Litunia, Polnia, Rssia, Repblica Tcheca, Ucrnia, EUA, 2007. Trs programas. Legendas em ingls. Cpia em DVD. Classificao indicativa livre. Hans Staden de Luiz Alberto Pereira. Brasil/Portugal, 1999. Com Carlos Evelyn, Stnio Garcia, Srgio Mamberti. 92. Complemento Os caramujos (Les escargots) de Ren Laloux. Frana, 1965. Legendas em portugus. 11. A histria do aventureiro alemo, que chegou ao Brasil em 1554 e foi capturado pelos ndios Tupinambs. O filme aborda a colonizao da costa brasileira e os primeiros contatos entre braos e ndios. No curta de animao, um campons lamenta suas alfaces raquticas.... e de repente elas comeas a crescer desproporcionalmente. Classificao indicativa 16 anos. (Alle Menschen sind frei und gleich...) diversos diretores. Alemanha, Estnia, Israel, Letnia, Litunia, Polnia, Rssia, Repblica Tcheca, Ucrnia, EUA, 2007. Trs programas. Legendas em ingls. Cpia em DVD. Classificao indicativa livre. (Recipes for Desaster) de John Webster. Finlndia, 2008. 85. Legendas em portugus. Cpia em DVD. Complemento - O que voc faz contra a mudana climtica (Was machst Du gegen den Klimawandel?) de Katrin Rothe. Alemanha, 2008. 245. Cpias em DVD. A pergunta sobre as possibilidades individuais de se confrontar com a mudana climtica tambm ocupa o diretor John Webster. No seu filme, ele compartilha conosco sua tentativa de um estilo de vida com um nvel baixo de CO2. O complemento um curta de animao que apresenta uma coletnea de depoimentos sobre a pergunta O que voc faz contra a mudana climtica?. Classificao indicativa 14 anos. Essa a uma das atvidades mais importantes para juventude na Rio+20. o principal espao para juventude mundial incidir no processo oficial da Rio+20. Nessa conferncia sero escolhidos jovens para partcipar dos processos de negociao do documento final da Rio+20, alm de aprovar um declarao de posicionamentos da juventude mundial que ser remetida aos Chefes de Estado, por ser uma atvidade reconhecida pela ONU.

Formatura dos voluntrios da Rio+20

09/06/2012

10:00:00

Arena do MAM

Todos os seres humanos nascem livres e iguais Programa 2

09/06/2012

16:00:00

MAM

Os caramujos

09/06/2012

18:00:00

MAM

Todos os seres humanos nascem livres e iguais Programa 3

10/06/2012

16:00:00

MAM

Receitas de um desastre

10/06/2012

18:00:00

MAM

Conferncia Internacional de Juventude para Rio+20 Youth Blast

10/06/2012

Dia todo

Per Mau

O RIO +20: Verdes e desenvolvidos

11/06/2012

8:00:00

Painel 1 A posio do Brasil na Rio+20 Como casar as agendas ambiental, econmica e social Centro de Convenes Bolsa de Valores no contexto do desenvolvimento sustentvel, Painel 2 O papel do setor privado na transio para a do Rio de Janeiro Economia Verde, e Painel 3 Como a Inovao Poder Colaborar com Iniciativas de Conservao junto s necessidades estratgicas para o desenvolvimento em escala. 9:00:00 9:00:00 UFRJ FORTE DE COPACABANA Jardim Botnico inscrio pelo site: http://www.tedxrio.com.br/ (esgotado) inscrio pelo site: www.gescompraias.com.br Debates temticos, sobre temas emergentes para a realidade brasileira. Tem o objetivo de estimular e consolidar o debate e construo sobre as novas bases da agenda ambiental brasileira.

TEDx Rio Gescom Brasil Sustentvel: o caminho para todos

11/06/2012 11/06/2012 11/06/2012 9:00:00

II Seminrio Cinetfico Internacional de Gesto Compartilhada de Praias. GESCOM

11/06/2012

9:00:00

Forte de Copacabana

Frum de Cincia, Tecnologia e Inovao para o Desenvolvimento Sustentvel

11/06/2012

9:00:00

PUC - RJ

O evento promover a discusso entre autoridades governamentais, empresariais e representantes da sociedade civil sobre a valorizao da parceria publico-privada na gesto das praias do litoral brasileiro. O evento proporcionar uma plataforma para a comunidade cientfica, polticos e outros interessados discutirem desafios e solues para um desenvolvimento sustentvel. Durante o Frum, um documento de intenes ser formulado e enviado para discusso na Conferncia Rio+20. Alm da necessidade urgente de aes para o desenvolvimento sustentvel, o evento tambm ir abordar questes como a reduo da pobreza e a importncia das pesquisas interdisciplinares. Tambm pretende aumentar o dilogo entre a comunidade de cincia, tecnologia e inovao com polticos e a sociedade civil, e fornecer uma plataforma para os jovens discutirem as questes abordadas The Forum aims to provide a platform for the science, technology and innovation (STI) community to highlight key messages within the Rio+20 context, and to enter into dialogue with policy-makers and other stakeholders. To highlight the urgent need for greater action on sustainable development and poverty alleviation, and to explore strategies and best practices for addressing these issues. To highlight the importance of interdisciplinary research, collaboration and dialogue across the natural science, social science and engineering communities, for addressing the interrelated economic, social and environmental pillars of sustainable development. To explore modalities for dialogue and collaboration between the STI community and policy-makers. To provide a platform for young people to discuss sustainable development issues, and to inspire young people and teachers about STI for sustainable development. To generate dialogue between the STI community and civil society stakeholders, including business and industry, indigenous peoples and farmers. To generate further momentum for the development of a new contract between science and society, including policymakers and other stakeholder groups. To share global, regional and local perspectives. Acesso restrito com convite Em comemorao ao seu 15 aniversrio, a revista Caros Amigos tem a satisfao de oferecer a amigos, apoiadores, leitores e pblico em geral, um debate de alto nvel sobre o tema O Brasil que queremos: principais desafios, com a participao de Leda Maria Paulani, Luiz Gonzaga Belluzzo, Paulo Vannuchi, Tnia Bacelar e Ladislau Dowbor. O Frum ser um espao para discusses entre cientistas, polticos, representantes de pases e outras instituies sobre o papel da cincia no caminho do desenvolvimento sustentvel. O Frum feito em parceria entre organizaes internacionais sobre cincia, pela Unesco, Ministrio Brasileiro da Cincia, Tecnologia e Inovao e a Academia Brasileira de Cincias.

Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development

11/06/2012

9:00:00

PUC - RJ

COQUETEL DE ABERTURA OFICIAL DA MOSTRA BRASIL CERRADO O Brasil que queremos: principais desafios

11/06/2012

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Arena do MAM

11/06/2012

20:00:00

Tucarena|PUC-SP

Frum de Cincia, Tecnologia e Inovao para o Desenvolvimento Sustentvel

11/06/2012

Pontifcia Universidade Catlica do Rio de Janeiro

Produo e Consumo Sustentveis

12/06/2012

8:00:00

"Brasil Sustentvel - um caminho para todos" - Ciclo de Debates para Rio+20 Mesa "Dilogo Internacional sobre Produo e Consumo Sustentvel" TEDx Rio Gescom

12/06/2012

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Mostra 25 Anos Video nas Aldeias - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

12/06/2012

10:00:00

Greening the Real Estate Market: The Development of a Susteinable Real Estate Sector

12/06/2012

14:30:00

Greening the Real Estate Market: The Development of a Susteinable Real Estate Sector

12/06/2012

14:30:00

A Ministra de Estado do Meio Ambiente, Izabella Teixeira convida para o painel Produo e Auditrio Tom Jobim no Jardim Botnico Consumo Sustentveis do Ciclo de Debates do MMA para a Rio+20 "Brasil Sustentvel - O caminho para todos." Dilogo sobre produo e consumo sustentveis e as estratgias para aprovao e implementao do 10 Years Framework on Programmes on SCP (10YFP), com compartilhamento de experincias Jardim Botnico internacionais e nacionais que favorecem a continuao do programa e a construo de novos padres sustentveis de produo e consumo. Durante evento haver a assinatura do acordo de cooperao SEBRAE e MMA. FORTE DE COPACABANA Evento Fechado FORTE DE COPACABANA Evento Fechado Mostra de Cinema Indgena 25 anos de Vdeo nas Aldeias durante a Rio+20: Sesc Ginstico/Sesc Copacabana/ Sesc A beleza do novssimo cinema indgena com a pertinncia de seu contedo - uma Mostra com o Madureira/ Sesc Duque de Caxias/ Sesc melhor da produo cinematogrfica indgena brasileira, com sesses especiais para estudantes da Pavuna rede pblica. As sesses sero seguidas de conversas do pblico com os realizadores indgenas. Entrada Franca. Este evento paralelo tem de repensar o setor imobilirio, proporcionando aos decisores ferramentas para identificar os passos necessrios para melhorar a sustentabilidade do mercado e para Arena do MAM promover o sector imobilirio como uma fora motriz na prestao de benefcios sociais, econmicos e ambientais dentro e fora da UNECE regio. Realizao: FIABCI/BRASIL & UNECE Real Estate Market Advisory Group This side event aims to rethink the real estate sector by providing decision makers with tools to identify the steps needed to improve market sustainability and to promote the real estate sector as a FORTE DE COPACABANA driving force in the provision of social, economic and environmental benefits within and beyond the UNECE region. Presented by FIABCI/BRASIL & UNECE Real Estate Market Advisory Group

Greening the Real Estate Market: The Development of a Susteinable Real Estate Sector

12/06/2012

14:30:00

Windsor Barra Hotel

Greening the Real Estate Market: The Development of a Susteinable Real Estate Sector

12/06/2012

14:30:00

Windsor Barra Hotel

Este evento paralelo tem de repensar o setor imobilirio, proporcionando aos decisores ferramentas para identificar os passos necessrios para melhorar a sustentabilidade do mercado e para promover o sector imobilirio como uma fora motriz na prestao de benefcios sociais, econmicos e ambientais dentro e fora da UNECE regio. This side event aims to rethink the real estate sector by providing decision makers with tools to identify the steps needed to improve market sustainability and to promote the real estate sector as a driving force in the provision of social, economic and environmental benefits within and beyond the UNECE region. Senegal/Frana, 1979. Legendas em portugus. 113. O filme a crnica de um povoado srre da regio do cultivo do amendoim no Senegal. Os aldees testemunham, atravs da fala dos ancios, a histria do povoado transmitida pela tradio oral. Classificao indicativa 14 anos. de Jean-Pierre Duttileux e Luiz Carlos Lacerda. Brasil/Frana/Blgica, 1978. 85. Complemento Ecologia de Leon Hirzsman. Brasil, 1973. 13. Na aldeia dos ndios Mekronotis, onde Raoni o cacique, chega a notcia de que, mais uma vez, tratores penetram na floresta, invadindo as fronteiras da reserva indgena. O filme concorreu ao Oscar de melhor documentrio. Classificao indicativa 14 anos.

Fad, Jal de Safi Faye

12/06/2012

16:00:00

MAM

Raoni

12/06/2012

18:00:00

MAM

MOSTRA CINEMA INDGENA Sarau de Poesia - Ocupao ABC Urbana www.imaginario.etc.br

12/06/2012 12/06/2012

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Cinema Sesc Ginstico

Pr-Estria de "As Hiper Mulheres". Abertura para Convidados. Abre pro pblico do dia 13 ao 22 Sarau Poesia Bem Black - Promoo da Livraria Kitabu - Entrada Franca Evento desenvolvido pelo IPHAN que em complemento agenda global da Rio+20, preparou uma programao especfica para oferecer aos participantes, com base na temtica sobre o Patrimnio e Sustentabilidade, uma viso sobre a Paisagem Cultural da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro, que atualmente proposta para o reconhecimento como Patrimnio Mundial. Haver eventos paralelos Eventos paralelos: Exposio Rio de Janeiro. Paisagens Cariocas entre a Montanha e o Mar Hall do auditrio

Mesa Redonda - Patrimnio e Sustentabilidade

12/06/2012

14h

Auditrio do Palcio Gustavo Capanema

Apresentaes de grupos de jongo e de capoeira Presena de Baianas de Acaraj Ao final da mesa redonda, no trreo do Palcio Gustavo Capanema. So 25 os bens registrados pelo IPHAN como Patrimnio Cultural Imaterial do Brasil. Destes, esto fortemente presentes no Rio de Janeiro o Samba, a Capoeira, o Acaraj e o Jongo/Caxambu da Regio Sudeste, para os quais o IPHAN vem desenvolvendo os devidos Planos de Salvaguarda, aes que objetivam apoiar a continuidade desses bens culturais de modo sustentvel. Inscries gratuitas pelo e-mail comunicacao.rj@iphan.gov.br Diferentes painis serviro para debater o papel do setor de construo na eficincia das cidades, economia verde e a influncia de ferramentas e polticas pblicas na promoo de construes sustentveis, com a apresentao de iniciativas aplicadas em vrias partes do mundo. Realizao: WBCSD e empresas membros. Essa mesa faz parte das comemoraes da Semana do Meio Ambiente e tem por objetivo apresentar olhares dos diferentes setores da juventude organizada sobre os desafios da sustentabilidade. Evento Fechado Evento Fechado A Conferncia da BMW ser realizada dentro do contexto da Rio+20, em nosso Lounge de Sustentabilidade - uma rea de exposio localizada do outro lado do Rio de Janeiro, a qual exibe todas as iniciativas de sustentabilidade do BMW Group, desde suas inovaes, cadeia de valor e tecnologia de produtos a pessoas e ideias que estimulam a sustentabilidade. Ser um local de ideias, dilogos e exemplos durante a Conferncia das Naes Unidas sobre o Desenvolvimento Sustentvel, na Rio+20, entre 13 e 24 de Junho de 2012, no Rio de Janeiro.

Eficincia no Uso de Recursos e Economia Verde: Oportunidades para Edifcios e Cidades Sustentveis

13/06/2012

8:30:00

FORTE DE COPACABANA

Mesa Juventude e Sustentabilidade Governana de guias Economia Criativa

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Per Mau FORTE DE COPACABANA FORTE DE COPACABANA

Lounge de Sustentabilidade (BMW Group Sustainability Lounge)

13/06/2012

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Parque dos Atletas

Mostra Eco Periferia

13/06/2012

9:00:00

Estao das Palmeiras - Complexo do Alemo

Trata-se de mostra de artes sustentveis de periferias, que busca contribuir para a discusso ambiental nestes espaos do Rio de Janeiro. Em 13 de junho, haver o coquetel de abertura da Mostra, quando sero inauguradas duas exposies, que parmanecero em exibio durante o projeto: uma fotogrfica sobre a Serra da Misericrdia e outra de artes plsticas (artesanatos e ardunos). No dia 16 de junho, ser inaugurada a Mostra de Cinema Ambiental Eco Periferia, que consiste na apresentao de filme longa-metragem e outro curta-metragem sobre o meio ambiente. A exibio dos filmes ser seguida de debate com representantes das ONGs parceiras e do pblico, no qual ser discutido um dos seguintes temas: A reciclagem como forma de reinsero social Cooperativa de Reciclagem Eu Quero Liberdade; e O uso criativo de reciclveis arte sustentvel. No dia 17 de junho, haver sesses de filmes da Mostra de Filmes Ecolgicos ECO PERIFERIA, seguidas de debate com o tema Desenvolvimento econmico e sustentvel das comunidades Polos de produo local. Em 20 de junho, sero realizadas oficinas de criao de artes sustentveis, sendo uma com materiais slidos (pet, pneus, papelo, etc) e outra com resduos eletrnicos. Em cada oficina sero selecionados cinco participantes, que tero dois dias para montar uma exposio de arte colaborativa. No ultimo dia do evento (23 de junho), estas obras sero leiloadas e o dinheiro arrecadado ser utilizado para a realizao de outras oficinas em parceria com instituies locais.

Estande Interativo - Rplica Centro SEBRAE de Sustentabilidade Mostra Social em Movimentos Rio+20 Lan. Campanha Weblixo - Ocupao ABC Urbana www.imaginario.etc.br III Preparatory Committee (day 1) Programas Estratgicos de Desenvolvimento Sustentvel do Rio: Bolsa de Ativos Ambientais do RJ e Roteiro Verde Balano de carbono das prticas sustentveis incentivadas pelo Programa Rio Rural Green Innovations in the Mobility Sector A Zero to Nature Oil Refinery Apresentaes e Oficinas Fulni- na Estao Cinelndia

13/06/2012 13/06/2012 13/06/2012

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Parque dos Atletas Caixa Cultural Rio Esc. Monte Castelo

Exposio ludica e interativa de conhecimento, casos concretos e exemplos de tecnologias que agregam a sustentabilidade como valor ao negcio Mostra de documentrios focada em algumas das principais questes scio-ambientais do Brasil e da Frana. LANAMENTO DA CAMPANHA AMBIENTAL ESCOLAR Concurso enrte os alunos - WEBLIXO Entrada Franca Official Event - Tentative Agenda Opening Session (Plenary) - Opening remarks by the Co-chair, Status of negotiations and the way forward by the CSG, Working group(s) meetings; 15:00hrs to 18:00hrs Working group(s) meetings; 18:00hrs to 19:30hrs Interactive briefing on status of negotiations. Evento Pblico Evento Pblico Room UN2 Room UN3 Apresentao de cantos e danas e oficinas de pintura corporal com traduo simultnea para o ingls. A MJV realiza tambm na Arena da Barra, entre os dias 13 e 17 de junho, das 11h s 19h, a Oficina de Inovao em Sustentabilidade, atravs da qual participantes do evento tero a oportunidade de vivenciar - a partir de um circuito que remete atrao temtica de um parque de diverses - as etapas da metodologia de Design Thinking, normalmente aplicada pela empresa soluo de problemas de negcio, junto a seus clientes. Para obter mais informaes, acesse: http://consultoriadesignthinking.com.br/ http://www.mjv.com.br/

13/06/2012

10:00:00

Riocentro

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Parque dos Atletas Parque dos Atletas Arena da Barra Arena da Barra Cinelndia

Oficina de Inovao em Sustentabilidade

13/06/2012

11:00:00

Arena da Barra

CUCaA - Construindo o universo atravs da arte Leituras EnCena - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Leitura EnCena Dia do Amanha Protecting our first environment: protecting womens reproductive health and future generations from harmful environmental impacts AJA Derrube Limites (abertura) Plos Verdes Inovao e Sustentabilidade Dilogos sobre Mudanas do Clima: cenrio nacional e internacional

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Parque dos Atletas Casa da Gvea Casa da Gvea FORTE DE COPACABANA Arena da Barra Museu do Meio Ambiente Parque dos Atletas FORTE DE COPACABANA

Elaborao de grafite no Espao do CNO no Parque dos Atletas pelo Instituto Wark e GDR Grafiteiros da Rocinha Leitura EnCena: Expedio dos Amantes da Mquina de Francisco Carlos Leitura EnCena: Cavalo Hidreltrico de Francisco Carlos - Entrada Franca Leitura EnCena: Expedio dos Amantes da Mquina de Francisco Carlos + Leitura EnCena: Cavalo Hidreltrico de Francisco Carlo. Evento Fechado Room UN2 A Mostra Meu Meio marca a reinaugurao do Museu do Meio Ambiente, pelo Instituto de Pesquisa do Jardim Botnico. Evento Pblico Evento Fechado

Abertura oficial - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Maracatu do Quilombinho, de Sorocaba Sesso VDEO-SHOW

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Casa da Gvea

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Casa da Gvea Parque dos Atletas

ABERTURA - as 15 horas Abertura Oficial com a presena da Ministra da Cultura Ana de Holanda, Secretria de Cultura do Estado do Rio de Janeiro Adriana Rattes, Secretrio de Cultura do Municpio do Rio de Janeiro Emlio Kallil. Apresentao do Maracatu do Quilombinho, de Sorocaba - SP . Entrada Franca Apresentao do Maracatu do Quilombinho, de Sorocaba - SPRelatos Canibais. Sesso Video - Show A proposta montar um espao para demonstrao dos principais programas e iniciativas do Ministrio das Comunicaes voltadas para incluso digital. Sero feitas demonstraes de computadores robs e equipamentos reciclados, desenvolvidos a partir do curso de formao provido pelo Ministrio aos Telecentros participantes do Programa de Telecentros. Sero realizadas palestras sobre o tema moderadas pelo Ministrio, com a participao de convidados. de Nelson Pereira dos Santos. Brasil, 2003. 87. Classificao indicativa 14 anos. evento pblico P&D+I NO CEPEL PARA O DESENVOLVIMENTO SUSTENTVEL DO SISTEMA ELETROBRAS E DO SISTEMA ELTRICO BRASILEIRO MANUAL DE INVENTRIO HIDROELTRICO DE BACIAS HIDROGRFICAS Evento Pblico Leitura performatizada da pea teatral Esfinge-Tupi de Francisco Carlos com Bete Coelho + Dj e Grande Elenco Entrada Franca Sesso VDEO-SHOW No Cais do Porto do Rio de Janeiro, em Berlim, em Havana, em Calcut ou em qualquer Lugar, nosso cabaret se filia tradio dos cabars alemes dos anos 20, que serviram de inspirao e modelo para o teatro de Bertolt Brecht. Um barman prepara coquetis que so servidos ao pblico por garonetes do prprio elenco durante o espetculo. As verses das msicas vo desde grandes standards norte-americanos a mambos, rumbas e boleros, que refletem sucessos e fracassos de um mundo em que tudo est venda, tudo tem seu preo. Trs msicos acompanham o elenco com sax, piano e contrabaixo, enquanto os atores se revezam, cantando e tocando instrumentos. Parceria: MUF- Museu de Favela e Projeto Regies Narrativas Projees dos artistas e coletivos associados:* >Careca Arts Sanduba- TV Parede > Fernando Salis > MV Hemp - Projetando idias + oficina Licena Potica >Raisa Inocncio, com a performance "Pesquisa amoral" > Laboratrio Regies Narrativas mostra de vdeos realizados nas oficinas de narrativas transmdia reas de projeo:* MUF e entorno do MUF: casas, cho, arquiteturas em geral, caixa d'gua etc www.videurbe.com.br Entrada Franca Leitura performatizada da pea teatral Esfinge-Tupi de Francisco Carlos com Bete Coelho + Dj e Grande Elenco. Projees espao pblicos no convencionais. com Andrea Cals e convidados falando sobre cinema e meio ambiente. Entrada Franca Festival de esquetes teatrais com artistas da Baixada se apresentando no Baixo Gvea -. Entrada Franca Com Andrea Cals e convidados falando sobre cinema e meio ambiente + Festival de Esquetes Teatrais. Cal e do Tablado e "Baixada no Baixo". um evento de performances e instalaes visuais, em grande escala. So 10 carros de sucata organizados em linha em frente a duas telas de projeo, em um amplo galpo, lembrando um cinema drive - in. Cada carro ser plataforma de um artista ou coletivo, do Brasil, Dinamarca, Inglaterra e Itlia. O projeto servir de plataforma para obras experimentais em performance, design, instalao, cinema , teatro, animao e vdeo mapping . Contar com a presena da Ministra da Cultura, Ana de Hollanda. Abertura da exposio organizada pelo IPHAN: Patrimnio, Territrio e Sustentabilidade.

Estande do Ministrio das Comunicaes Pier Mau ( Palestras)

13/06/2012

16:00:00

Pier Mau

Razes do Brasil Uma cinebiografia de Srgio Buarque de Hollanda (primeira parte) Ao Civil Pblica do Carvo P&D+I NO CEPEL PARA O DESENVOLVIMENTO SUSTENTVEL DO SISTEMA ELETROBRAS E DO SISTEMA ELTRICO BRASILEIRO MANUAL DE INVENTRIO HIDROELTRICO DE BACIAS HIDROGRFICAS Atividades da Superintendncia de Terrotrio e Cidadania na Rio + 20 Relatos Canibais - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Sesso VDEO-SHOW

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MAM Parque dos Atletas Parque dos Atletas Parque dos Atletas Parque dos Atletas E.A.V. Parque Lage Parque dos Atletas

MUSICAL HAVANA CAF

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UNEP

Plataforma Vide Urbe + artistas e coletivos associados Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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MUF

Relatos Canibais Parque Lage Programa Plataforma Vide Urbe (MUF Cantagalo) Progr. ao vivo rdio Roquete Pinto -Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Festival de Esquetes Teatrais. Cal e do Tablado e "Baixada no Baixo" - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Programa ao vivo da Radio Roquete Pinto

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Parque Lage (Salo Nobre) Cantagalo Casa da Gvea Casa da Gvea Casa da Gvea

Drive - in Rio - Oficina e Lounge de Interao

13/06/2012

21:30:00

Per Mau

Incio das atividades do Ministrio da Cultura

13/06/2012

18h

Centro Cultural Ao da Cidadania

Encontro da Juventude e Educao para a Sustentabilidade

13/06/2012

Dia todo

Jardim Botnico

Para alcanarmos os objetivos propostos, realizaremos um conjunto de debates, palestras, GT s e plenrias visando discu r os vrios aspectos do tema em questo. Alm disso, o referido encontro servir ainda para aprofundar a pauta da juventude e subsidiar a SNJ e o Conjuve na incidncia nos documentos e resolues finais da Conferncia Rio+20 bem como no estabelecimento de responsabilidades e pactuaes para aes concretas ps-Rio+20.

Encontro Global dos Municpios na Rio+20

13/06/2012

Organizado pelo ICLEI Governos Locais pela Sustentabilidade, o encontro abordar como Vila Olmpica - Barra de Tijuca [ao lado esverdear a economia urbana e como os governos locais podem melhor contribuir para os do Riocentro] objetivos de proteo dos bens comuns globais, bem como melhorar os sistemas de governana global e local. Convocada pelas Secretarias dos trs acordos ambientais globais surgidos na Cpula da Terra de 1992 a Conveno Quadro das Naes Unidas sobre Mudana do Clima (UNFCCC), a Conveno das Naes Unidas de Combate Desertificao e a Conveno da ONU sobre Biodiversidade, Vila Olmpica - Barra de Tijuca [ao lado juntamente com o Global Environment Facility e outros parceiros o Pavilion realizar um do Rio Centro] programa de duas semanas de eventos e atividades, apresentando uma exposio retrospectiva e mostrando a contribuio desses tratados para o desenvolvimento sustentvel. Apresentaes focaro em temas como oceanos, cidades, economia verde, gnero e desenvolvimento. Focado na conteno do aquecimento global, o evento debater a criao de uma nova forma de calcular as emisses de gases de efeito estufa (GEE) na atmosfera. Ser apresentado um documento com compromissos de reduo, adaptao e financiamento para a restrio de GEE. uma iniciativa das subcomisses Rio+20, da Cmara dos Deputados e do Senado, com apoio da prefeitura do Rio de Janeiro, do governo do estado de Pernambuco e ONGs. O objetivo principal deste evento ser o de destacar os pontos fortes e fracos da Famlia de Pegadas, composta por trs indicadores conhecidos como Pegada Ecolgica, Pegada Hdrica e Pegada de Carbono. Isso auxiliaria no entendimento do uso destes indicadores para medir as vrias dimenses relevantes do desenvolvimento sustentvel. Vamos apresentar a aplicao de cada ferramenta, utilizando exemplos concretos, e de forma mais participativa possvel, encerrando o evento com uma discusso qualificada. O principal objetivo estabelecer diretrizes para a Acessibilidade Universal e o Desenho para Todos, buscando promover a incluso de pessoas com deficincia. A Cultura no seu sentido mais amplo um fator importante no turismo, especialmente se considerarmos o turismo mais do que uma atividade de lazer, considerando o desejo das pessoas de aprender, conhecer e descobrir coisas novas. Anlise do Ciclo de Vida como uma ferramenta de avaliao, com a qual se pretende conhecer e avaliar a carga ambiental associada a um produto, processo ou servio, levando em conta todas as etapas de seu ciclo de vida (do bero ao tmulo), desde a extrao das matrias-primas do meio natural para a fabricao do produto, at o tratamento do produto no final da vida til do mesmo. O objetivo principal do trabalho calcular a pegada do Municpio e do Estado de So Paulo. O clculo no s ir desencadear a discusso sobre os padres de consumo da mdia urbana brasileira, mas tambm levantar questes sobre como mitigar os impactos deste consumo e criar cadeias produtivas mais sustentveis. A parceria desta iniciativa com a Secretaria de Meio Ambiente do Estado de So Paulo e a Secretaria de Meio Ambiente de So Paulo. Por parte da sociedade civil, o Movimento Nossa So Paulo vem trabalhando com indicadores de sustentabilidade para a cidade e est envolvido na discusso das cadeias sustentveis e de compras pblicas responsveis . Durante o evento, iremos tambm colaborar com a Global Footprint Network. O resultado esperado desse evento ser o clculo da pegada e o compromisso com a reduo da mesma. Construir uma economia verde e sustentvel tambm contribuir para o incremento da incluso de pessoas com deficincia, por meio da Educao Inclusiva, da Sustentabilidade e da Acessibilidade em seu sentido pleno. Semear e aprofundar a discusso destes temas uma das metas do SUDI 2012, avanando na criao de oportunidades para tirar as pessoas da pobreza. Este evento busca esta sinergia entre os diferentes atores sociais, instituies pblicas e privadas, governos e universidades. Sound, Water, Water setups, Door Signs PORTUGUESE INTERPRETATION Sound, Water setups, Door Signs Sound, Door Signs Door Signs Evento Fechado

Rio Conventions Pavilion

13/06/2012

Rio Climate Challenge / Rio Clima

13/06/2012

Auditrio da Firjan e Forte de Copacabana

Rio 92, para onde foi? Rio+20, para onde vai?.

13/06/2012

11:00:00

Arena da Barra

Turismo Cultural Inclusivo no Contexto da Sustentabilidade

13/06/2012

11:00:00

Arena da Barra

Avaliao do Ciclo de Vida (ACV) dos Blocos e Telhas Cermicas

13/06/2012

14:00:00

Arena da Barra

A Pegada Ecolgica da cidade e estado de So Paulo / The ecological footprint of the City and State of So Paulo

13/06/2012

15:00:00

Arena da Barra

Acessibilidade em Grandes Eventos Mundiais: a Conferncia Rio+20

13/06/2012

15:15:00

Arena da Barra

PrepCom: Presse briefing PrepCom: EU coordination Meeting on Rio+20 PrepCom: Major Groups morning briefing PrepCom: Bureau room Municpios Verdes e Florestabilidade

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P3-7 Rio Centro P3-4 Rio Centro P3-3 Rio Centro P3-G Rio Centro Forte de Copacabana

Congresso Mundial ICLEI 2012

14/06/2012

9:00:00

SESC Palladium

Intimamente ligado a Conferncia Rio+20, permitir aos participantes aprender de palestrantes inspiradores e casos reais de solues integradas de vanguarda para desafios que enfrentamos nas cidades, alm de prover oportunidades de apresentarem suas prprias histrias e experincias. Intimamente ligado a Conferncia Rio+20, permitir aos participantes aprender de palestrantes inspiradores e casos reais de solues integradas de vanguarda para desafios que enfrentamos nas cidades, alm de prover oportunidades de apresentarem suas prprias histrias e experincias. Intimamente ligado a Conferncia Rio+20, permitir aos participantes aprender de palestrantes inspiradores e casos reais de solues integradas de vanguarda para desafios que enfrentamos nas cidades, alm de prover oportunidades de apresentarem suas prprias histrias e experincias. Intimamente ligado a Conferncia Rio+20, permitir aos participantes aprender de palestrantes inspiradores e casos reais de solues integradas de vanguarda para desafios que enfrentamos nas cidades, alm de prover oportunidades de apresentarem suas prprias histrias e experincias. Our event main topic will discuss ?The Wasteful System? a consumption dilemma....Civil Society role in making cultural shift in consumption habits towards Sustainability?, We will discuss firstly the trigger behind the transformation of wants to become needs, then our daily decision making dilemma; a paradox between our values and actions, then we will talk about the misconception of possessiveness of the natural resources for the so-called human growth and the enormity of the current situation and finally we will focus on the importance role of Civil society when moving to action through leading the Wasteful System AWARENESS MOVEMENT aiming to correct misconceptions for the nature resources, the daily destructive consumption patterns, etc. Walking along the line with stakeholders and decision making bodies for collective decisions, commitments, plans and solutions, hoping to empower this movement on regional level. UN Civil Society Resource Mobilization Partnership Formula? states that Global civil society on the one hand commits at Rio+20 to mobilize 15 billion Euros and 15 million volunteers by the year 2015 for UN led sustainable development efforts and on the other hand requests new forms of participation in global SD governance. In the proposed transition towards a green economy, many civil society organizations and social movements are worried about how to guarantee the protection of human rights and the promotion of social justice. Based on a series of debates that occurred on the road to Rio+20, the objective of this event is to present the proposal of a framework to protect human rights in the transition to green and inclusive economies, aiming at strengthening the debate and providing concrete and efficient tools for policymakers. Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Our event main topic will discuss ?The Wasteful System? a consumption dilemma....Civil Society role in making cultural shift in consumption habits towards Sustainability?, We will discuss firstly the trigger behind the transformation of wants to become needs, then our daily decision making dilemma; a paradox between our values and actions, then we will talk about the misconception of possessiveness of the natural resources for the so-called human growth and the enormity of the current situation and finally we will focus on the importance role of Civil society when moving to action through leading the Wasteful System AWARENESS MOVEMENT aiming to correct misconceptions for the nature resources, the daily destructive consumption patterns, etc. Walking along the line with stakeholders and decision making bodies for collective decisions, commitments, plans and solutions, hoping to empower this movement on regional level. UN Civil Society Resource Mobilization Partnership Formula? states that Global civil society on the one hand commits at Rio+20 to mobilize 15 billion Euros and 15 million volunteers by the year 2015 for UN led sustainable development efforts and on the other hand requests new forms of participation in global SD governance. In the proposed transition towards a green economy, many civil society organizations and social movements are worried about how to guarantee the protection of human rights and the promotion of social justice. Based on a series of debates that occurred on the road to Rio+20, the objective of this event is to present the proposal of a framework to protect human rights in the transition to green and inclusive economies, aiming at strengthening the debate and providing concrete and efficient tools for policymakers.

Congresso Mundial ICLEI 2012

14/06/2012

9:00:00

Parque Municipal Amrico Renn Gianetti

Congresso Mundial ICLEI 2012

14/06/2012

9:00:00

Othon Palace Hotel

Congresso Mundial ICLEI 2012

14/06/2012

9:00:00

Belo Horizonte City House

"Consumption vs. Sustainability" The Destructive Wasteful System

14/06/2012

9:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Rio+20 15/15/15 Formula - Heartpower and Action for The Future We Want

14/06/2012

9:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Developing an economic framework which respects human rights and planet boundaries

14/06/2012

9:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

PrepCom: Bahrain Women Association for Human Development PrepCom: Instituto Vitae Civilis (Vitae Civilis Institute) PrepCom: International Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges (IAAI) PrepCom: Reach the Children, Inc. - Alleviate Agricultural Poverty

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T-5 Rio Centro T-3 Rio Centro T-4 Rio Centro T-6 Rio Centro

"Consumption vs. Sustainability" The Destructive Wasteful System

14/06/2012

9:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Rio+20 15/15/15 Formula - Heartpower and Action for The Future We Want

14/06/2012

9:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Developing an economic framework which respects human rights and planet boundaries

14/06/2012

9:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

"Consumption vs. Sustainability" The Destructive Wasteful System

14/06/2012

9:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Our event main topic will discuss ?The Wasteful System? a consumption dilemma....Civil Society role in making cultural shift in consumption habits towards Sustainability?, We will discuss firstly the trigger behind the transformation of wants to become needs, then our daily decision making dilemma; a paradox between our values and actions, then we will talk about the misconception of possessiveness of the natural resources for the so-called human growth and the enormity of the current situation and finally we will focus on the importance role of Civil society when moving to action through leading the Wasteful System AWARENESS MOVEMENT aiming to correct misconceptions for the nature resources, the daily destructive consumption patterns, etc. Walking along the line with stakeholders and decision making bodies for collective decisions, commitments, plans and solutions, hoping to empower this movement on regional level. UN Civil Society Resource Mobilization Partnership Formula? states that Global civil society on the one hand commits at Rio+20 to mobilize 15 billion Euros and 15 million volunteers by the year 2015 for UN led sustainable development efforts and on the other hand requests new forms of participation in global SD governance. In the proposed transition towards a green economy, many civil society organizations and social movements are worried about how to guarantee the protection of human rights and the promotion of social justice. Based on a series of debates that occurred on the road to Rio+20, the objective of this event is to present the proposal of a framework to protect human rights in the transition to green and inclusive economies, aiming at strengthening the debate and providing concrete and efficient tools for policymakers. A Mostra Meu Meio marca a reinaugurao do Museu do Meio Ambiente, pelo Instituto de Pesquisa do Jardim Botnico.

Rio+20 15/15/15 Formula - Heartpower and Action for The Future We Want

14/06/2012

9:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Developing an economic framework which respects human rights and planet boundaries

14/06/2012

9:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

AJA Derrube Limites (atividades especiais Rio+20) Dana em cadeira de rodas no Brasil: competncias no processo de incluso social A Voz do Professor - Evento SESI - SENAI PrepCom: Green Economy PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: on UNCSD PrepCom: European Community: Eu Coordination III Preparatory Committee (day 2) Ns Moradores na Foto

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Museu do Meio Ambiente MAM Forte de Copacabana P-3 A Rio Centro P3-B Rio Centro P3-C Rio Centro P3-4 Rio Centro Notes P3-E P3-5 Rio Centro P3-F Rio Centro Riocentro Babilnia Chapu Mangueira

Evento Fechado Door Signs, Screen, PPoint Projector Door Signs Door Signs Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Door Signs Sound Door Signs Official Event - Tentative Agenda Day 06/14/2012: 10:00hrs to 13:00hrs Working group(s) meetings; 15:00hrs to 18:00hrs Working group(s) meeting; 18:00hrs to 19:30hrs Interactive briefing on status of negotiations. AMOSTRA FOTOGRAFICA DO CONTIDIANO DA COMUNIDADE, DESDE A IMPLANTAO DA UPP Em uma futura economia verde sustentvel, essencial utilizar a biomassa para um nmero de diferentes aplicaes; alimento, celulose, papel, combustvel para CHP, combustvel para transporte, produtos qumicos verdes, produtos txteis verdes e assim por diante. O mercado de biomassa ir aumentar (dramaticamente) e ser importante aperfeioar o uso entre aplicativos diferentes e seguindo uma linha de valor decrescente at que este seja utilizado para aquecimento/resfriamento e/ou eletricidade, ou seja, ser muito importante integrar e desenvolver sistemas de anlise. Alm disso, para entender o processo de investigao at o produto/servio final fundamental compreender os mecanismos do sistema de inovao, por exemplo, de forma a desenvolver polticas adequadas para alcanar uma economia verde sustentvel. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Claes Tullin (SP Techical Research Institute of Sweden).

A bioeconomia do futuro

14/06/2012

11:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

Inventrio de Gases de Efeito Estufa do ES e Programa Estadual de Adaptao s Mudanas Climticas

14/06/2012

11:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

O Estado do Esprito Santo publicou a Lei 9.531, de 17 de setembro de 2010, que institui a Poltica Estadual de Mudanas Climticas. No mbito da Poltica duas aes se destacam: o Inventrio de Gases de Efeito Estufa do Esprito Santo e o Programa de Adaptao s Mudanas Climticas. O Inventrio quantificou as emisses de responsabilidade do Estado do Esprito Santo segundo a metodologia do IPCC e foi elaborado em parceria com o Instituto Jones dos Santos Neves, a OSCIP Agncia Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econmico Social e Defesa Ambiental, ANDESA e o Instituto Virtual Internacional de Mudanas Globais. O Programa Estadual de Adaptao s Mudanas Climticas tem como objetivo implementar aes de preveno e adaptao aos efeitos das mudanas climticas, tendo como aes primrias, a instalao de um Sistema de Monitoramento Hidrometeorolgico e Alerta de Desastres, a elaborao de Planos Municipais de Reduo de Risco e de Drenagem de guas Urbanas e a estruturao das Coordenaes Municipais de Defesa Civil. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Aladim Fernando Cerqueira (Diretor Presidente do Instituto Estadual de Meio Ambiente e Recursos Hdricos) e David Viegas Casarin (Gerente do Instituto Estadual de Meio Ambiente e Recursos Hdricos). Realizao de painis sobre o Programa gua Brasil e sobre Negcios e Tecnologias Sociais como ferramenta da erradicao da pobreza e desenvolvimento do Pas. ocasio, acontecero atos solenes de parcerias com os Governos, empresas, entidades e sociedade civil. Evento aberto ao pblico. Evento Pblico Realizao de painis sobre o Programa gua Brasil e sobre Negcios e Tecnologias Sociais como ferramenta da erradicao da pobreza e desenvolvimento do Pas. ocasio, acontecero atos solenes de parcerias com os Governos, empresas, entidades e sociedade civil. Polticas, programas e aes de combate ao desmatamento ilegal, biopirataria e ao trfico internacional de animais silvestres: planejamento estratgico interinstitucional. Infraestrutura e meio ambiente: judicializao de polticas pblicas e o projeto de lei respectivo. Declarao da Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil para a Rio + 20. Capacitao profissional, conscincia ambiental e participao social do advogado: a experincia das Comisses de Direito Ambiental da OAB. Paragominas e Termo de Ajustamento de Conduta (TAC) da Carne: experincias inovadoras e exitosas. Especializar a tendncia? Recomendaes do CNJ. Varas Especializadas Ambientais na Justia Federal de 1 Grau ou Cmaras/Turmas Especializadas Ambientais nos Tribunais. Avaliao das experincias pioneiras. Experincias de Educao e de Gesto Ambientais na Administrao Pblica: Licitaes Sustentveis Educao Ambiental na Administrao Pblica Federal, AGU Carbono Neutro. Experincias de Educao e de Gesto Ambientais dos TRFs e DPU. CNJ e as iniciativas em prol da sustentabilidade. Atuao destacada do Judicirio favorece desenvolvimento do Direito Ambiental no Brasil. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Representantes do MPF, do CNJ, das Foras Armadas, da Polcia Federal, do MMA, do IBAMA, do ICMBio, Ada Pellegrini Grinover (USP/ CEBEPEJ), Kazuo Watanabe (USP/CEBEPEJ), Senador Jorge Viana, Arnaldo Sampaio de Moraes Godoy (Consultor-Geral da Unio), Marcelo Goulart (Ministrio Pblico do Estado de So Paulo), Celso Antonio Pacheco Fiorillo (OAB/SP), Flvio Ahmed (OAB/RJ), Samir Murad (OAB/MA), Adnan Demachki (Prefeito de Paragominas/PA), Werner Grau Neto (Presidente do Conselho da TNC), Daniel Azeredo (MPF-PA), Representante da AJUFE, Mariana Freitas (Juza Federal/Curitiba), Maria Tereza Sadek (Pesquisadora - USP), Representantes das Varas especializadas, Daniela Aben-Athar (AGU), Carlos Jos de Souza Guimares (AGU), Mayra Motta (AGU), Des. Consuelo Yoshida (Presidente - Comisso de Gesto Ambiental TRF3) e representantes das Comisses/setores dos demais Tribunais, Leonardo Henrique Soares (DPU), Min. Herman Benjamin (STJ), Svio Renato Bittencourt Soares Silva (Presidente da ABRAMPA), Representante da ANPR, Carina Costa de Oliveira (Programa Direito e Meio Ambiente - FGV-Rio), Rmulo Silveira da Rocha Sampaio (Programa Direito e Meio Ambiente - FGV-Rio).

Workshop BB na RIO+20 Megacidades 2012 Workshop BB na Rio +20

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Parque dos Atletas Parque dos Atletas Auditrio 1 - Parque dos Atletas

Poder Judicirio Federal e a Rio + 20: dilogos interinstitucionais e experincias inovadoras

14/06/2012

11:30:00

Parque dos Atletas

O Papel do Legislativo Estadual na Sustentabilidade: reflexes e aes

14/06/2012

11:30:00

Parque dos Atletas

Evento Pblico

The Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM) is a Brazilian NGO which work concept is based on participatory research by measuring and assessing from the point of view of scientific research, environment conservation and community. In order to promote Amazon conservation and development, IPAM currently works on three programs: (1) Community Management of Varzeas (Floodplains) and Forests, (2) Amazon Scenarios and (3) Climate Change. These programs have generated a considerable amount of information and encouraged initiatives to support public policies, local action and international agreements by working together with family farmers, farm producers, indigenous people, traditional communities and the government as a whole. At Rio+20, IPAM , partners and invited guests (academia, government and civil society) will present the recent scientific researches on climate change and REDD, besides exchanging information and perspective of traditional knowledge. The workshop will be organised by practitioners of sustainable development on the part of IofC, on the one hand, and CEFO as an academic group whose members do research in sustainable development, on the other. Most, if not all, topics of the current CEFO members fall under the fields of sustainable development and human security (food security, land security and rights, energy security, just governance, inclusive economics, etc.). This collaboration is an important step to bringing researchers of various disciplines and practitioners together and exploring mechanisms of creating such partnerships. The workshop will allow bringing out the questions of methodologies and interdisciplinary nature of participants' research. The session will be facilitated with the aim of creating synergies in research and communication among representatives of various disciplines (natural and social sciences) working for human security and sustainable development. The side event will focus on the normative reference base for a human rights-based approach to sustainable development governance and make suggestions for required institutional settings and legislation. Normative considerations will be enriched with critical policy analysis and intelligence drawn from the practices the contributing organisations are undertaking in their various action fields. These practices reach from grass-root level work with indigenous communities over policy and law related research and outreach to critical philosophy on global ethics (and back). The event will stage six contributions and organise interactive discussion with participants on issues related to human equality and sustainable development. Based on the contributions and the discussion, a joint reflection document will be prepared as information for civil society and as input towards and beyond the official Rio+20 conference. Radical new thinking is required to directly address the current urgency for new solutions within new cultural and policy frameworks that will drive more sustainable development and poverty eradication. We need more than technological innovation to transform our current lifestyles into sustainable ones, but also social innovation is crucial to obtain this. A social platform led by civil society organizations and research centers in Europe has been working on defining sustainable lifestyles and drafted roadmaps for more sustainable lifestyles 2050 applying back casting methodologies. In these roadmaps concrete plans of action for different stakeholders are included. THE GREEN ECONOMY IN THE FRAME OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, IMPLIES A CHALLENGE THAT MUST REPRESENT IMPORTANT EFFORTS THAT AFFECT DIRECTLY IN THE YOUTH, REASON FOR WHICH, TO EXAMINE HIS SCOPE, MANNERS OF TRANSITION, IT IS MECHANISMS OF FINANCING THAT THEY ALLOW INSTITUTIONAL OPENINGS FOR HIS EXECUTION, IS FOR YOUNG WOMEN A MATTER OF THE FIRST ORDER, IN THE SENSE THAT THE DEVELOPMENT AS IT IS CONCEIVED, INFLUENCES THEM IN A ROYAL WAY, REASON FOR WHICH, A TRAFFIC TOWARDS THE GREEN ECONOMY IS A MATTER THAT FOR THE YOUNG PERSONS IS TRANSCENDENTAL. The political economy of energy aided by international finance, trade and aid has been the principal reasons for unsustainable development. The panel will discuss how equity in energy is of paramount importance for the cherished goal of energy for all and for sustainable development. The panel will argue that equity in access to energy at international and sub national levels through fundamental changes in the patterns of production and consumption should be the first goal for sustainable development. Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector

The Future of the Amazon: a low carbon production model

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Land and Life: Human Security through Sustainable Development

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

The need for a rights-based approach to sustainable development

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLES 2050

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

GREEN ECONOMY, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FROM A PERSPECTIVE OF YOUTH

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Energy for all; Equity as fundamental goal

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

PrepCom: Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM) The Future of PrepCom: Beyond Copenhagen Collective - Energy for all PrepCom: Centre for Ethics and Value Inquiry (CEVI) The need for a ri PrepCom: Comite Impulso- Sust. Dev. From perspective of youth

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T-8 Rio Centro T-6 Rio Centro T-9 Rio Centro T-4 Rio Centro

PrepCom: Initiatives of Change International- Land and Life PrepCom: Northern Alliance for Sustainability

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Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector The Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM) is a Brazilian NGO which work concept is based on participatory research by measuring and assessing from the point of view of scientific research, environment conservation and community. In order to promote Amazon conservation and development, IPAM currently works on three programs: (1) Community Management of Varzeas (Floodplains) and Forests, (2) Amazon Scenarios and (3) Climate Change. These programs have generated a considerable amount of information and encouraged initiatives to support public policies, local action and international agreements by working together with family farmers, farm producers, indigenous people, traditional communities and the government as a whole. At Rio+20, IPAM , partners and invited guests (academia, government and civil society) will present the recent scientific researches on climate change and REDD, besides exchanging information and perspective of traditional knowledge. The workshop will be organised by practitioners of sustainable development on the part of IofC, on the one hand, and CEFO as an academic group whose members do research in sustainable development, on the other. Most, if not all, topics of the current CEFO members fall under the fields of sustainable development and human security (food security, land security and rights, energy security, just governance, inclusive economics, etc.). This collaboration is an important step to bringing researchers of various disciplines and practitioners together and exploring mechanisms of creating such partnerships. The workshop will allow bringing out the questions of methodologies and interdisciplinary nature of participants' research. The session will be facilitated with the aim of creating synergies in research and communication among representatives of various disciplines (natural and social sciences) working for human security and sustainable development. The side event will focus on the normative reference base for a human rights-based approach to sustainable development governance and make suggestions for required institutional settings and legislation. Normative considerations will be enriched with critical policy analysis and intelligence drawn from the practices the contributing organisations are undertaking in their various action fields. These practices reach from grass-root level work with indigenous communities over policy and law related research and outreach to critical philosophy on global ethics (and back). The event will stage six contributions and organise interactive discussion with participants on issues related to human equality and sustainable development. Based on the contributions and the discussion, a joint reflection document will be prepared as information for civil society and as input towards and beyond the official Rio+20 conference. Radical new thinking is required to directly address the current urgency for new solutions within new cultural and policy frameworks that will drive more sustainable development and poverty eradication. We need more than technological innovation to transform our current lifestyles into sustainable ones, but also social innovation is crucial to obtain this. A social platform led by civil society organizations and research centers in Europe has been working on defining sustainable lifestyles and drafted roadmaps for more sustainable lifestyles 2050 applying back casting methodologies. In these roadmaps concrete plans of action for different stakeholders are included. THE GREEN ECONOMY IN THE FRAME OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, IMPLIES A CHALLENGE THAT MUST REPRESENT IMPORTANT EFFORTS THAT AFFECT DIRECTLY IN THE YOUTH, REASON FOR WHICH, TO EXAMINE HIS SCOPE, MANNERS OF TRANSITION, IT IS MECHANISMS OF FINANCING THAT THEY ALLOW INSTITUTIONAL OPENINGS FOR HIS EXECUTION, IS FOR YOUNG WOMEN A MATTER OF THE FIRST ORDER, IN THE SENSE THAT THE DEVELOPMENT AS IT IS CONCEIVED, INFLUENCES THEM IN A ROYAL WAY, REASON FOR WHICH, A TRAFFIC TOWARDS THE GREEN ECONOMY IS A MATTER THAT FOR THE YOUNG PERSONS IS TRANSCENDENTAL. The political economy of energy aided by international finance, trade and aid has been the principal reasons for unsustainable development. The panel will discuss how equity in energy is of paramount importance for the cherished goal of energy for all and for sustainable development. The panel will argue that equity in access to energy at international and sub national levels through fundamental changes in the patterns of production and consumption should be the first goal for sustainable development.

The Future of the Amazon: a low carbon production model

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Land and Life: Human Security through Sustainable Development

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

The need for a rights-based approach to sustainable development

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLES 2050

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

GREEN ECONOMY, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FROM A PERSPECTIVE OF YOUTH

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Energy for all; Equity as fundamental goal

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

The Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM) is a Brazilian NGO which work concept is based on participatory research by measuring and assessing from the point of view of scientific research, environment conservation and community. In order to promote Amazon conservation and development, IPAM currently works on three programs: (1) Community Management of Varzeas (Floodplains) and Forests, (2) Amazon Scenarios and (3) Climate Change. These programs have generated a considerable amount of information and encouraged initiatives to support public policies, local action and international agreements by working together with family farmers, farm producers, indigenous people, traditional communities and the government as a whole. At Rio+20, IPAM , partners and invited guests (academia, government and civil society) will present the recent scientific researches on climate change and REDD, besides exchanging information and perspective of traditional knowledge. The workshop will be organised by practitioners of sustainable development on the part of IofC, on the one hand, and CEFO as an academic group whose members do research in sustainable development, on the other. Most, if not all, topics of the current CEFO members fall under the fields of sustainable development and human security (food security, land security and rights, energy security, just governance, inclusive economics, etc.). This collaboration is an important step to bringing researchers of various disciplines and practitioners together and exploring mechanisms of creating such partnerships. The workshop will allow bringing out the questions of methodologies and interdisciplinary nature of participants' research. The session will be facilitated with the aim of creating synergies in research and communication among representatives of various disciplines (natural and social sciences) working for human security and sustainable development. The side event will focus on the normative reference base for a human rights-based approach to sustainable development governance and make suggestions for required institutional settings and legislation. Normative considerations will be enriched with critical policy analysis and intelligence drawn from the practices the contributing organisations are undertaking in their various action fields. These practices reach from grass-root level work with indigenous communities over policy and law related research and outreach to critical philosophy on global ethics (and back). The event will stage six contributions and organise interactive discussion with participants on issues related to human equality and sustainable development. Based on the contributions and the discussion, a joint reflection document will be prepared as information for civil society and as input towards and beyond the official Rio+20 conference. Radical new thinking is required to directly address the current urgency for new solutions within new cultural and policy frameworks that will drive more sustainable development and poverty eradication. We need more than technological innovation to transform our current lifestyles into sustainable ones, but also social innovation is crucial to obtain this. A social platform led by civil society organizations and research centers in Europe has been working on defining sustainable lifestyles and drafted roadmaps for more sustainable lifestyles 2050 applying back casting methodologies. In these roadmaps concrete plans of action for different stakeholders are included. THE GREEN ECONOMY IN THE FRAME OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, IMPLIES A CHALLENGE THAT MUST REPRESENT IMPORTANT EFFORTS THAT AFFECT DIRECTLY IN THE YOUTH, REASON FOR WHICH, TO EXAMINE HIS SCOPE, MANNERS OF TRANSITION, IT IS MECHANISMS OF FINANCING THAT THEY ALLOW INSTITUTIONAL OPENINGS FOR HIS EXECUTION, IS FOR YOUNG WOMEN A MATTER OF THE FIRST ORDER, IN THE SENSE THAT THE DEVELOPMENT AS IT IS CONCEIVED, INFLUENCES THEM IN A ROYAL WAY, REASON FOR WHICH, A TRAFFIC TOWARDS THE GREEN ECONOMY IS A MATTER THAT FOR THE YOUNG PERSONS IS TRANSCENDENTAL. The political economy of energy aided by international finance, trade and aid has been the principal reasons for unsustainable development. The panel will discuss how equity in energy is of paramount importance for the cherished goal of energy for all and for sustainable development. The panel will argue that equity in access to energy at international and sub national levels through fundamental changes in the patterns of production and consumption should be the first goal for sustainable development. Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Door Signs Sound, Door Signs Sesso VDEO-SHOW Door Signs

The Future of the Amazon: a low carbon production model

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Land and Life: Human Security through Sustainable Development

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

The need for a rights-based approach to sustainable development

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLES 2050

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

GREEN ECONOMY, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FROM A PERSPECTIVE OF YOUTH

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Energy for all; Equity as fundamental goal

14/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: on UNCSD Sesso VDEO-SHOW PrepCom: Meeting

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P3-D Rio Centro P3-E Rio Centro P3-5 Rio Centro Parque dos Atletas P3-3 Rio Centro

Innovation and uptake of best practices for sustainable agriculture

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Best practices and technology can help sustainably increase productivity and leverage agriculture?s poverty reduction potential. But they need to be shared, deployed and adapted because every country, every farmer and every field are different. Knowledge sharing mechanisms, such as extension services, are essential for addressing existing implementation gaps, deploying new technologies and to ensure farmers around the world can use the tools most adapted to them. However, knowledge sharing mechanisms such as extension services have often been neglected and suffered from budget cuts and a lack of attention to the sector. In the meantime, public support for agricultural support also declined, raising questions about how research can address the need of farmers in different geographies. Scaling up best practices, deploying innovations, sharing knowledge, need to become priorities for the future agriculture agenda, with complementary role for public and private actors in achieving sustainable agriculture. The '4th HELENA Z. BENITEZ GLOBAL FORUM ON GENDER JUSTICE AND THE GREEN ECONOMY FOCUSING ON WATER, ENERGY, AND FOOD : PROMISES AND PARADIGMS.' aims to present fully gender and development issues which are vigorously embedded within the framework of fundamental human rights and gender justice in the Asia-Pacific region and in many parts of the world. It hopes to elevate further the discussions on the theme of green economy and gender equality, justice and human rights with special focus on water, energy, and food nexus , to a broader and more significant audience , during the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, Rio+20 , in Rio de Janiero Brazil, June 2012. THE VOICES OF AFRICAN MOTHERS: www.vamothers.org The Voices of African Mothers works to establish a peaceful African Continent through conflict resolution and to identifying the causes of ethnic, religious and inter-communal conflict. VAM envision women and future generations to possess a full range of educational opportunities to attain empowerment to become decision-making leaders of Africa.. VAM believes access to education is key to equality. Equality is the application of the principle of natural justice and fairness. This refers to the legal and social capacity of men, women, boys and girls to mobilize and manage domestic, community, national and international resources and share the benefits arising there on an equal basis. VAM promotes economic empowerment and equality through resource production that are appropriate for needs through vocational training and development of business skills. Health education is provided in the areas of preventive health care, nutrition, hygiene, preadolescent pregnancy, family planning etc. The future of high seas life is at stake at Rio+20 UNCSD. Despite WSSD commitment to protected area networks by 2012, legal gaps in oceans governance allow for plunder and destruction. Our side event exposes these gaps through real world examples and presents Greenpeace?s Oceans Rescue Plan. 99% of ocean is currently unprotected, so the future of millions that depend on it for their livelihoods is at risk. Pacific small island nations struggle to secure sustainability of their fisheries and long-term future of coastal communities, while large-scale fishing fleets from around the globe race to catch the last tuna. In the Indian Ocean, a fragmented, inadequate governance regime leaves it open to wholesale plunder. Even Arctic waters are facing increasing industrialization as ice melts. In Rio, Governments must agree to an implementing agreement under UNCLOS to enable the protection of high seas biodiversity and the creation of marine reserves. Transportation is a key building block of sustainable development. The majority of transport financing supports unsustainable transportation, increasing inequality of access, CO2 and air pollution, traffic fatalities, and sprawl development. A growing share of transport financing from climate funds and development aid programs supports sustainable transport. Emerging best practices in national transportation policy also have potential to leverage changes in transport sustainability by influencing larger public and private sector transport investments. Sustainable transport seeks to avoid low value or unnecessary travel through smarter planning and communications, shift travel to lower impact passenger and freight modes, and improve the efficiency of vehicles, fuels, and network operations. This session discusses efforts to measure the contribution of transport investments to support sustainability goals, focusing on key metrics and indicators as well as providing an overview of recent patterns and trends in transport funding flows from different sources worldwide.

4th HELENA Z. BENITEZ GLOBAL FORUM ON GENDER JUSTICE AND THE GREEN ECONOMY FOCUSING ON WATER, ENERGY, AND FOOD: PROMISES AND PARADIGMS

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

IMPACTS OF PLASTICS ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE HEALTH OF WOMEN AND CHI

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Greenpeace: An Oceans Rescue Plan for Rio

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Financing Sustainable Transport to Support Sustainable Development

14/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

Enabling Youth participation in bridging Rio+20 Outcome Beyond 2015 wi

14/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-3 (Riocentro)

The Side Event in the Rio+20 will emphasize on Youth Engagement, mobilization and empowerment on UNCSD/Rio+20 and beyond process, as the Major Group for Children and Youth (MGCY) is the main entry-point for all children, youth and their organization into the process. The side event will do it?s best to provide a meaningful session for youth participation. This will be a good an opportunity to showcase the enthusiasm and courage of the Sri Lankan youth in this high-level UN event to bridge the gap between the Global North and the Global South youth. We would like to make this side event as a platform to network as much as youth leaders around the world who are participating in Rio in June and to carry out a mass youth campaign and mobilization for an ambitious deal in Rio+20. The side event will composed of a plenary session of experts, motivators and youth, they would speak on above themes and implementations of agendas. The year after the Earth Summit -- on the eve of the Knowledge Economy -- the UN lost its only two global facilities for technology assessment. Since then, billions of public dollars have been lost subsidising nuclear fusion, biotech-fermentation, Terminator technologies, nanotechnology, secondgeneration biofuels, and ocean fertilization, etc- largely because of the absence of adequate technology assessment. At Rio+20, the UN must protect the sovereignty and security of member states by ensuring that the know-how of technology transfer is supported by the know-what of technology assessment and the know-why of socioeconomic benefits. The side-event will hear experts discuss the problems, specific language and institutional modalities governments could adopt now and implement post-Rio. Weapon Contamination (WEC) refers to landmines and explosive remnants of war (ERW). The latest consists of both unexploded ordnance (UXO) that has been fired but has failed to explode, and abandoned ordnance. First and foremost, WEC causes deaths and injuries, even after the end of armed conflict. However, the destructive impact goes much further. Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Water Podium, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Water Podium Best practices and technology can help sustainably increase productivity and leverage agriculture?s poverty reduction potential. But they need to be shared, deployed and adapted because every country, every farmer and every field are different. Knowledge sharing mechanisms, such as extension services, are essential for addressing existing implementation gaps, deploying new technologies and to ensure farmers around the world can use the tools most adapted to them.

The Technology Economy? Know-how, Know-what, Know-why

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Impact of Weapon Contamination (WEC) towards Sustainable Development PrepCom: BirdLife International Nature and natural capital as foundat PrepCom: ETC Group (Action Group on Erosion, Tecnology and Concentra) PrepCom: Farming First-Innovation and uptake of best practices PrepCom: An Oceans Rescue Plan for Rio PrepCom: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy PrepCom: International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Impact of We PrepCom: Philippines Women University (PWU) PrepCom: Sri Lanka-Enabling Youth participation PrepCom: Voices of African Mothers PrepCom: Informal meeting

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

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T-8 Rio Centro T-6 Rio Centro T-9 Rio Centro T-3 Rio Centro P3-6 Rio Centro T-5 Rio Centro T-10 Rio Centro T3-2 Rio Centro T-2 Rio Centro P3-4 Rio Centro

Innovation and uptake of best practices for sustainable agriculture

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

However, knowledge sharing mechanisms such as extension services have often been neglected and suffered from budget cuts and a lack of attention to the sector. In the meantime, public support for agricultural support also declined, raising questions about how research can address the need of farmers in different geographies. Scaling up best practices, deploying innovations, sharing knowledge, need to become priorities for the future agriculture agenda, with complementary role for public and private actors in achieving sustainable agriculture. The '4th HELENA Z. BENITEZ GLOBAL FORUM ON GENDER JUSTICE AND THE GREEN ECONOMY FOCUSING ON WATER, ENERGY, AND FOOD : PROMISES AND PARADIGMS.' aims to present fully gender and development issues which are vigorously embedded within the framework of fundamental human rights and gender justice in the Asia-Pacific region and in many parts of the world. It hopes to elevate further the discussions on the theme of green economy and gender equality, justice and human rights with special focus on water, energy, and food nexus , to a broader and more significant audience , during the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, Rio+20 , in Rio de Janiero Brazil, June 2012.

4th HELENA Z. BENITEZ GLOBAL FORUM ON GENDER JUSTICE AND THE GREEN ECONOMY FOCUSING ON WATER, ENERGY, AND FOOD: PROMISES AND PARADIGMS

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

THE VOICES OF AFRICAN MOTHERS: www.vamothers.org The Voices of African Mothers works to establish a peaceful African Continent through conflict resolution and to identifying the causes of ethnic, religious and inter-communal conflict. VAM envision women and future generations to possess a full range of educational opportunities to attain empowerment to become decision-making leaders of Africa.. IMPACTS OF PLASTICS ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE HEALTH OF WOMEN AND CHI 14/06/2012 13:30:00 T-2 (Riocentro) VAM believes access to education is key to equality. Equality is the application of the principle of natural justice and fairness. This refers to the legal and social capacity of men, women, boys and girls to mobilize and manage domestic, community, national and international resources and share the benefits arising there on an equal basis. VAM promotes economic empowerment and equality through resource production that are appropriate for needs through vocational training and development of business skills. Health education is provided in the areas of preventive health care, nutrition, hygiene, preadolescent pregnancy, family planning etc. The future of high seas life is at stake at Rio+20 UNCSD. Despite WSSD commitment to protected area networks by 2012, legal gaps in oceans governance allow for plunder and destruction. Our side event exposes these gaps through real world examples and presents Greenpeace?s Oceans Rescue Plan. 99% of ocean is currently unprotected, so the future of millions that depend on it for their livelihoods is at risk. Pacific small island nations struggle to secure sustainability of their fisheries and long-term future of coastal communities, while large-scale fishing fleets from around the globe race to catch the last tuna. In the Indian Ocean, a fragmented, inadequate governance regime leaves it open to wholesale plunder. Even Arctic waters are facing increasing industrialization as ice melts. In Rio, Governments must agree to an implementing agreement under UNCLOS to enable the protection of high seas biodiversity and the creation of marine reserves. Transportation is a key building block of sustainable development. The majority of transport financing supports unsustainable transportation, increasing inequality of access, CO2 and air pollution, traffic fatalities, and sprawl development. A growing share of transport financing from climate funds and development aid programs supports sustainable transport. Emerging best practices in national transportation policy also have potential to leverage changes in transport sustainability by influencing larger public and private sector transport investments. Sustainable transport seeks to avoid low value or unnecessary travel through smarter planning and communications, shift travel to lower impact passenger and freight modes, and improve the efficiency of vehicles, fuels, and network operations. This session discusses efforts to measure the contribution of transport investments to support sustainability goals, focusing on key metrics and indicators as well as providing an overview of recent patterns and trends in transport funding flows from different sources worldwide. The Side Event in the Rio+20 will emphasize on Youth Engagement, mobilization and empowerment on UNCSD/Rio+20 and beyond process, as the Major Group for Children and Youth (MGCY) is the main entry-point for all children, youth and their organization into the process. The side event will do it?s best to provide a meaningful session for youth participation. This will be a good an opportunity to showcase the enthusiasm and courage of the Sri Lankan youth in this high-level UN event to bridge the gap between the Global North and the Global South youth. We would like to make this side event as a platform to network as much as youth leaders around the world who are participating in Rio in June and to carry out a mass youth campaign and mobilization for an ambitious deal in Rio+20. The side event will composed of a plenary session of experts, motivators and youth, they would speak on above themes and implementations of agendas. The year after the Earth Summit -- on the eve of the Knowledge Economy -- the UN lost its only two global facilities for technology assessment. Since then, billions of public dollars have been lost subsidising nuclear fusion, biotech-fermentation, Terminator technologies, nanotechnology, secondgeneration biofuels, and ocean fertilization, etc- largely because of the absence of adequate technology assessment. At Rio+20, the UN must protect the sovereignty and security of member states by ensuring that the know-how of technology transfer is supported by the know-what of technology assessment and the know-why of socioeconomic benefits. The side-event will hear experts discuss the problems, specific language and institutional modalities governments could adopt now and implement post-Rio.

Greenpeace: An Oceans Rescue Plan for Rio

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Financing Sustainable Transport to Support Sustainable Development

14/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

Enabling Youth participation in bridging Rio+20 Outcome Beyond 2015 wi

14/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-3 (Riocentro)

The Technology Economy? Know-how, Know-what, Know-why

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Impact of Weapon Contamination (WEC) towards Sustainable Development

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Weapon Contamination (WEC) refers to landmines and explosive remnants of war (ERW). The latest consists of both unexploded ordnance (UXO) that has been fired but has failed to explode, and abandoned ordnance. First and foremost, WEC causes deaths and injuries, even after the end of armed conflict. However, the destructive impact goes much further. Best practices and technology can help sustainably increase productivity and leverage agriculture?s poverty reduction potential. But they need to be shared, deployed and adapted because every country, every farmer and every field are different. Knowledge sharing mechanisms, such as extension services, are essential for addressing existing implementation gaps, deploying new technologies and to ensure farmers around the world can use the tools most adapted to them.

Innovation and uptake of best practices for sustainable agriculture

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

However, knowledge sharing mechanisms such as extension services have often been neglected and suffered from budget cuts and a lack of attention to the sector. In the meantime, public support for agricultural support also declined, raising questions about how research can address the need of farmers in different geographies. Scaling up best practices, deploying innovations, sharing knowledge, need to become priorities for the future agriculture agenda, with complementary role for public and private actors in achieving sustainable agriculture. The '4th HELENA Z. BENITEZ GLOBAL FORUM ON GENDER JUSTICE AND THE GREEN ECONOMY FOCUSING ON WATER, ENERGY, AND FOOD : PROMISES AND PARADIGMS.' aims to present fully gender and development issues which are vigorously embedded within the framework of fundamental human rights and gender justice in the Asia-Pacific region and in many parts of the world. It hopes to elevate further the discussions on the theme of green economy and gender equality, justice and human rights with special focus on water, energy, and food nexus , to a broader and more significant audience , during the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, Rio+20 , in Rio de Janiero Brazil, June 2012. THE VOICES OF AFRICAN MOTHERS: www.vamothers.org The Voices of African Mothers works to establish a peaceful African Continent through conflict resolution and to identifying the causes of ethnic, religious and inter-communal conflict. VAM envision women and future generations to possess a full range of educational opportunities to attain empowerment to become decision-making leaders of Africa..

4th HELENA Z. BENITEZ GLOBAL FORUM ON GENDER JUSTICE AND THE GREEN ECONOMY FOCUSING ON WATER, ENERGY, AND FOOD: PROMISES AND PARADIGMS

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

IMPACTS OF PLASTICS ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE HEALTH OF WOMEN AND CHI

14/06/2012

13:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

VAM believes access to education is key to equality. Equality is the application of the principle of natural justice and fairness. This refers to the legal and social capacity of men, women, boys and girls to mobilize and manage domestic, community, national and international resources and share the benefits arising there on an equal basis. VAM promotes economic empowerment and equality through resource production that are appropriate for needs through vocational training and development of business skills. Health education is provided in the areas of preventive health care, nutrition, hygiene, preadolescent pregnancy, family planning etc. The future of high seas life is at stake at Rio+20 UNCSD. Despite WSSD commitment to protected area networks by 2012, legal gaps in oceans governance allow for plunder and destruction. Our side event exposes these gaps through real world examples and presents Greenpeace?s Oceans Rescue Plan. 99% of ocean is currently unprotected, so the future of millions that depend on it for their livelihoods is at risk. Pacific small island nations struggle to secure sustainability of their fisheries and long-term future of coastal communities, while large-scale fishing fleets from around the globe race to catch the last tuna. In the Indian Ocean, a fragmented, inadequate governance regime leaves it open to wholesale plunder. Even Arctic waters are facing increasing industrialization as ice melts. In Rio, Governments must agree to an implementing agreement under UNCLOS to enable the protection of high seas biodiversity and the creation of marine reserves.

Greenpeace: An Oceans Rescue Plan for Rio

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Financing Sustainable Transport to Support Sustainable Development

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Transportation is a key building block of sustainable development. The majority of transport financing supports unsustainable transportation, increasing inequality of access, CO2 and air pollution, traffic fatalities, and sprawl development. A growing share of transport financing from climate funds and development aid programs supports sustainable transport. Emerging best practices in national transportation policy also have potential to leverage changes in transport sustainability by influencing larger public and private sector transport investments. Sustainable transport seeks to avoid low value or unnecessary travel through smarter planning and communications, shift travel to lower impact passenger and freight modes, and improve the efficiency of vehicles, fuels, and network operations. This session discusses efforts to measure the contribution of transport investments to support sustainability goals, focusing on key metrics and indicators as well as providing an overview of recent patterns and trends in transport funding flows from different sources worldwide. The Side Event in the Rio+20 will emphasize on Youth Engagement, mobilization and empowerment on UNCSD/Rio+20 and beyond process, as the Major Group for Children and Youth (MGCY) is the main entry-point for all children, youth and their organization into the process. The side event will do it?s best to provide a meaningful session for youth participation. This will be a good an opportunity to showcase the enthusiasm and courage of the Sri Lankan youth in this high-level UN event to bridge the gap between the Global North and the Global South youth. We would like to make this side event as a platform to network as much as youth leaders around the world who are participating in Rio in June and to carry out a mass youth campaign and mobilization for an ambitious deal in Rio+20. The side event will composed of a plenary session of experts, motivators and youth, they would speak on above themes and implementations of agendas. The year after the Earth Summit -- on the eve of the Knowledge Economy -- the UN lost its only two global facilities for technology assessment. Since then, billions of public dollars have been lost subsidising nuclear fusion, biotech-fermentation, Terminator technologies, nanotechnology, secondgeneration biofuels, and ocean fertilization, etc- largely because of the absence of adequate technology assessment. At Rio+20, the UN must protect the sovereignty and security of member states by ensuring that the know-how of technology transfer is supported by the know-what of technology assessment and the know-why of socioeconomic benefits. The side-event will hear experts discuss the problems, specific language and institutional modalities governments could adopt now and implement post-Rio. Weapon Contamination (WEC) refers to landmines and explosive remnants of war (ERW). The latest consists of both unexploded ordnance (UXO) that has been fired but has failed to explode, and abandoned ordnance. First and foremost, WEC causes deaths and injuries, even after the end of armed conflict. However, the destructive impact goes much further. Debate sobre empreendedorismo sustentvel/ Debate 14:00 s 18:00 Atrao Musical - Orquestra Sinfnica Malm e coquetel 19:00 s 21:00 Realizao: Ministrio do Meio Ambiente e SEBRAE Evento Pblico Apresentaes e Mesa Redonda Fulni- Apresentao de cantos e danas. Exposio Fotogrfica. Mesa Redonda: A Resistncia da Cultura Fulni- diante dos desafios dos mundo contemporneo. Lanamento do Livro OS IMIGRANTES DA BEIRA DO RIO Entrada Franca CADEIA DE MODELOS COMPUTACIONAIS PARA O PLANEJAMENTO DA EXPANSO E OPERAO DO SISTEMA DE GERAO BRASILEIRO VISANDO A SUSTENTABILIDADE Mostrar vrios temas e resultados para alcanar a sustentabilidade no estado do Maranho. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrante: Larissa Barreto, Professora associada UFMA. Evento Fechado Door Signs Door Signs, Screen, PPoint Projector Door Signs Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound METODOLOGIAS E PROGRAMAS COMPUTACIONAIS NA REA DE PLANEJAMENTO E OPERAO ELTRICA

Enabling Youth participation in bridging Rio+20 Outcome Beyond 2015 wi

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The Technology Economy? Know-how, Know-what, Know-why

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Impact of Weapon Contamination (WEC) towards Sustainable Development

14/06/2012

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Ciclo de Debates em Comemorao ao Dia Mundial do Meio Ambiente - Empreendedorismo Sustentvel Energy Day - Rio Capital da Energia

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Fulni- - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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Museu Histrico Nacional

CADEIA DE MODELOS COMPUTACIONAIS PARA O PLANEJAMENTO DA EXPANSO E OPERAO DO SISTEMA DE GERAO BRASILEIRO VISANDO A SUSTENTABILIDADE Maranho: Em busca da sustentabilidade Premiao do Heris do Futuro PrepCom: Green Economy PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: Brazil-Energy and Sustainable Development PrepCom: on UNCSD METODOLOGIAS E PROGRAMAS COMPUTACIONAIS NA REA DE PLANEJAMENTO E OPERAO ELTRICA

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Parque dos Atletas

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Cpula Mundial Green Jobs - Pensando a careira verde

14/06/2012

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Planetrio da Gvea

Tratar um panorama sobre a mudana necessria na atuao das empresas, seja na formao do indivduo, na carreira se seus profissionais ou nas relaes de trabalho, em busca de gesto sustentada nos princpios da economia verde. The book "El derecho de la humanidad de existir", edited in Havana by Editorial Ciencia y Tcnica, in 2012, is a compilation of the Reflections by Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, on the damages to the environment and the climate changes. Through the reflections, published since 2007 up to the present, diverse isues are discussed such as the rise of prices and food scarcity, the natural disasters, the nuclear war and others that affect the existence of the human species. Docummentary "Fidel Castro, caudal de Ro", refers to the development of the environmental ideas of Fidel Castro since his childhood up to the present. Through images and solid opinions by researchers, experts and specialists in the Cuba issue, the positions held by Fidel Castro on this question are analyzed, and special attention is dedicated to his address to the Ro Summit in 1992 and the warnings issued since that moment on the damages caused by the climate change and the urgent need to develop actions to stop the accelerated devastation of the environment According to forecasts, not less than 40 % of residents of the Earth will live in conditions of deficiency of water in 15 years. Russia takes the second place in the world (after Brazil) on stocks of fresh water. But today each second resident of the country is compelled to use the water mismatching sanitary-and-hygienic requirements for drink. And 22 % of the population has no access to the centralized sources of water supply! It inevitably leads to illness of the population. The prevalence of disability is about 15-18% of the population in the world and it is strongly associated with poverty. Disability and poverty form a vicious cycle - disability leads to poverty, and poverty creates the conditions that generate more disability. Disability also impacts on entire families? labor force, participation and schooling; therefore failing to address the barriers they face to escape decrease of living standards, seriously undermines the effectiveness of struggle against disability. The Zero Draft underscored that a ?fundamental prerequisite for the achievement of sustainable development is broad public participation in decision-making? at the international, national and local levels. This side event will be a third in a series that will examine the representation, participation and accountability of civil society and Major Groups in informing, monitoring and implementing intergovernmental policy-making in a reformed IFSD that embraces multi-level governance. Speakers will evaluate best practices of public participation in other multilateral bodies as well as civil society proposals not yet implemented. Participants will consider the implementation and design of the Compendium of Commitments through such mechanisms as the Global Union for Sustainability that will provide an accountability framework for all stakeholders to pledge and monitor specific actions that are specific, time-bound, measurable, and verifiable to achieve sustainable development at the international, regional, national and subnational levels. Brazil is an agricultural superpower, with the world?s largest commercial cattle herd, and is a major producer of crops including soy and sugar cane. In recent years, Brazil?s deforestation rate has declined to a quarter of its peak, without a reduction in agricultural output, while there has been an increase in efforts towards sustainability throughout the supply chains of major products. Cattle ranching is the largest driver of deforestation but techniques developed by the Brazilian Government Agricultural Research Corporation, Embrapa, can double herd densities through the use of improved pasture mixtures and breeds and rotational grazing. Embrapa?s techniques can increase rural employment, reduce methane emissions and free up land which can be used for crop production, while eliminating the need for deforestation. This is a key example of a win-win-win opportunity to integrate economic development with environmental sustainability and food security which offers lessons applicable to other countries. Energy is one of the main issues to be discussed in the UN Conference for Sustainable Development. The share of energy resources for the sustainable development, mainly the renewable, is the central subject for discussion. Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Door Signs Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector

Launching of the "Humanity Right to life" book and Presentation of a documental on Fidel Castro's Environmental thought

14/06/2012

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RUSSIA. Water: for health and against disability

14/06/2012

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Multi-stakeholder Engagement in IFSD & Compendium of Commitments

14/06/2012

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FOOD SECURITY, GREEN ECONOMY AND BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION: OPPORTUNITIES AND LESSONS FROM THE BRAZILIAN AGRICULTURE SECTOR

14/06/2012

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Energy and Sustainable Development PrepCom: CIVICUS-World Alliance for Citizen Participation PrepCom: Interregional Union of Life Help for Mentally Handcapped Pe PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: National Wildlife Federation

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The book "El derecho de la humanidad de existir", edited in Havana by Editorial Ciencia y Tcnica, in 2012, is a compilation of the Reflections by Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, on the damages to the environment and the climate changes. Through the reflections, published since 2007 up to the present, diverse isues are discussed such as the rise of prices and food scarcity, the natural disasters, the nuclear war and others that affect the existence of the human species. Launching of the "Humanity Right to life" book and Presentation of a documental on Fidel Castro's Environmental thought 14/06/2012 15:30:00 T-6 (Riocentro) Docummentary "Fidel Castro, caudal de Ro", refers to the development of the environmental ideas of Fidel Castro since his childhood up to the present. Through images and solid opinions by researchers, experts and specialists in the Cuba issue, the positions held by Fidel Castro on this question are analyzed, and special attention is dedicated to his address to the Ro Summit in 1992 and the warnings issued since that moment on the damages caused by the climate change and the urgent need to develop actions to stop the accelerated devastation of the environment According to forecasts, not less than 40 % of residents of the Earth will live in conditions of deficiency of water in 15 years. Russia takes the second place in the world (after Brazil) on stocks of fresh water. But today each second resident of the country is compelled to use the water mismatching sanitary-and-hygienic requirements for drink. And 22 % of the population has no access to the centralized sources of water supply! It inevitably leads to illness of the population. The prevalence of disability is about 15-18% of the population in the world and it is strongly associated with poverty. Disability and poverty form a vicious cycle - disability leads to poverty, and poverty creates the conditions that generate more disability. Disability also impacts on entire families? labor force, participation and schooling; therefore failing to address the barriers they face to escape decrease of living standards, seriously undermines the effectiveness of struggle against disability. The Zero Draft underscored that a ?fundamental prerequisite for the achievement of sustainable development is broad public participation in decision-making? at the international, national and local levels. This side event will be a third in a series that will examine the representation, participation and accountability of civil society and Major Groups in informing, monitoring and implementing intergovernmental policy-making in a reformed IFSD that embraces multi-level governance. Speakers will evaluate best practices of public participation in other multilateral bodies as well as civil society proposals not yet implemented. Participants will consider the implementation and design of the Compendium of Commitments through such mechanisms as the Global Union for Sustainability that will provide an accountability framework for all stakeholders to pledge and monitor specific actions that are specific, time-bound, measurable, and verifiable to achieve sustainable development at the international, regional, national and subnational levels. Brazil is an agricultural superpower, with the world?s largest commercial cattle herd, and is a major producer of crops including soy and sugar cane. In recent years, Brazil?s deforestation rate has declined to a quarter of its peak, without a reduction in agricultural output, while there has been an increase in efforts towards sustainability throughout the supply chains of major products. Cattle ranching is the largest driver of deforestation but techniques developed by the Brazilian Government Agricultural Research Corporation, Embrapa, can double herd densities through the use of improved pasture mixtures and breeds and rotational grazing. Embrapa?s techniques can increase rural employment, reduce methane emissions and free up land which can be used for crop production, while eliminating the need for deforestation. This is a key example of a win-win-win opportunity to integrate economic development with environmental sustainability and food security which offers lessons applicable to other countries. Energy is one of the main issues to be discussed in the UN Conference for Sustainable Development. The share of energy resources for the sustainable development, mainly the renewable, is the central subject for discussion.

RUSSIA. Water: for health and against disability

14/06/2012

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Multi-stakeholder Engagement in IFSD & Compendium of Commitments

14/06/2012

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FOOD SECURITY, GREEN ECONOMY AND BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION: OPPORTUNITIES AND LESSONS FROM THE BRAZILIAN AGRICULTURE SECTOR

14/06/2012

15:30:00

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Energy and Sustainable Development

14/06/2012

15:30:00

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The book "El derecho de la humanidad de existir", edited in Havana by Editorial Ciencia y Tcnica, in 2012, is a compilation of the Reflections by Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, on the damages to the environment and the climate changes. Through the reflections, published since 2007 up to the present, diverse isues are discussed such as the rise of prices and food scarcity, the natural disasters, the nuclear war and others that affect the existence of the human species. Launching of the "Humanity Right to life" book and Presentation of a documental on Fidel Castro's Environmental thought 14/06/2012 15:30:00 T-6 (Riocentro) Docummentary "Fidel Castro, caudal de Ro", refers to the development of the environmental ideas of Fidel Castro since his childhood up to the present. Through images and solid opinions by researchers, experts and specialists in the Cuba issue, the positions held by Fidel Castro on this question are analyzed, and special attention is dedicated to his address to the Ro Summit in 1992 and the warnings issued since that moment on the damages caused by the climate change and the urgent need to develop actions to stop the accelerated devastation of the environment According to forecasts, not less than 40 % of residents of the Earth will live in conditions of deficiency of water in 15 years. Russia takes the second place in the world (after Brazil) on stocks of fresh water. But today each second resident of the country is compelled to use the water mismatching sanitary-and-hygienic requirements for drink. And 22 % of the population has no access to the centralized sources of water supply! It inevitably leads to illness of the population. The prevalence of disability is about 15-18% of the population in the world and it is strongly associated with poverty. Disability and poverty form a vicious cycle - disability leads to poverty, and poverty creates the conditions that generate more disability. Disability also impacts on entire families? labor force, participation and schooling; therefore failing to address the barriers they face to escape decrease of living standards, seriously undermines the effectiveness of struggle against disability. The Zero Draft underscored that a ?fundamental prerequisite for the achievement of sustainable development is broad public participation in decision-making? at the international, national and local levels. This side event will be a third in a series that will examine the representation, participation and accountability of civil society and Major Groups in informing, monitoring and implementing intergovernmental policy-making in a reformed IFSD that embraces multi-level governance. Speakers will evaluate best practices of public participation in other multilateral bodies as well as civil society proposals not yet implemented. Participants will consider the implementation and design of the Compendium of Commitments through such mechanisms as the Global Union for Sustainability that will provide an accountability framework for all stakeholders to pledge and monitor specific actions that are specific, time-bound, measurable, and verifiable to achieve sustainable development at the international, regional, national and subnational levels. Brazil is an agricultural superpower, with the world?s largest commercial cattle herd, and is a major producer of crops including soy and sugar cane. In recent years, Brazil?s deforestation rate has declined to a quarter of its peak, without a reduction in agricultural output, while there has been an increase in efforts towards sustainability throughout the supply chains of major products. Cattle ranching is the largest driver of deforestation but techniques developed by the Brazilian Government Agricultural Research Corporation, Embrapa, can double herd densities through the use of improved pasture mixtures and breeds and rotational grazing. Embrapa?s techniques can increase rural employment, reduce methane emissions and free up land which can be used for crop production, while eliminating the need for deforestation. This is a key example of a win-win-win opportunity to integrate economic development with environmental sustainability and food security which offers lessons applicable to other countries. Energy is one of the main issues to be discussed in the UN Conference for Sustainable Development. The share of energy resources for the sustainable development, mainly the renewable, is the central subject for discussion. Documentos em ao, garante sem nus ao cidado o registro da declarao de posse para moradores de comunidades carentes: sustentabilidade comea com documento. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: ANDR RICARDO CRUZ FONTES - DESEMBARGADOR FEDERAL CORREGEDOR DA JUSTIA DA JUSTIA FEDERAL DA 2 REGIO. PROFESSOR DA UNIRIO; SONIA MARIA ANDRADE DOS SANTOS Oficiala 6o. Ofcio de Registro de Ttulos e Documentos; MARIA GORETI RAMOS RODRIGUES E LETCIA DE CAMARGO MILLEN PORTUGAL COMPASSO - Defensoras Pblicas - Defensoria Pblica Geral do Estado do Rio de Janeiro; FRANCISCO HORTA FILHO Defensor Pblico Defensoria Pblica Geral do Estado do Rio de Janeiro; RONALDO LOBO - Professor da Universidade Federal Fluminense - UFF; JOS ANTNIO TEIXEIRA MARCONDES OFICIAL TITULAR DO 5OFCIO DE REGISTRO DE IMVEIS DA CAPITAL /RJ.

RUSSIA. Water: for health and against disability

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Multi-stakeholder Engagement in IFSD & Compendium of Commitments

14/06/2012

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FOOD SECURITY, GREEN ECONOMY AND BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION: OPPORTUNITIES AND LESSONS FROM THE BRAZILIAN AGRICULTURE SECTOR

14/06/2012

15:30:00

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Energy and Sustainable Development

14/06/2012

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Sustentabilidade, Estado, Propriedade e Funo Social.

14/06/2012

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Parque dos Atletas

Arquitetura tecnolgica e arranjo Institucional da Universidade Estadual do Maranho: Princpios para desenvolvimento Sustentvel no Maranho

14/06/2012

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Parque dos Atletas

Apresentao das tecnologias adotadas e as aes promovidas pela Universidade Estadual do Maranho - UEMA, como promotoras dos princpios do desenvolvimento sustentvel. A palestra iniciar com introduo sobre a base conceitual de desenvolvimento sustentvel, cujo objetivo reconhecer os princpios da sustentabilidade e suas relaes com as aes que a UEMA vm promovendo nessa rea. Ser feita uma breve abordagem das caractersticas socioambientais do Maranho, de forma bem conectada com o tema central. Sero apresentados mapas, ilustrando o processo de descentralizao da Universidade e os resultados dessa aproximao com a sociedade. E por fim, ser centrada no tema principal, tratando das tecnologias, dos programas, dos projetos, das aes e, das relaes institucionais promotoras dos princpios do desenvolvimento sustentvel no Maranho. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrante: Jucivan Ribeiro Lopes, Gerente do grupo Geoambiental - UEMA Em funo da importncia da polinizao para a agricultura, a Conveno sobre Diversidade Biolgica aprovou a criao de uma Iniciativa Internacional para a Conservao e o Uso Sustentvel dos Polinizadores - IPI (Deciso V/5), bem como um Plano de Ao para sua implementao (Deciso VI/5). Para promover a implementao da IPI em pases em desenvolvimento, a FAO convidou o Brasil a fazer parte de um projeto internacional intitulado Conservao e Manejo de Polinizadores para Agricultura Sustentvel atravs de uma Abordagem Ecossistmica, juntamente com frica do Sul, Qunia, Gana, China, ndia, Paquisto e Nepal. Esse projeto com durao de cinco anos, foi aprovado em 2009 pelo GEF, no Brasil coordenado pelo Ministrio do Meio Ambiente e executado pelo Fundo Brasileiro para a Biodiversidade. O comit coordenador do Projeto GEF Polinizadores definiu como principal ao o apoio ao sete subprojetos que lidam com as culturas do Algodo, Tomate, Castanha do Brasil, Melo, Caju, Ma e Canola. Outros dois projetos que tratam do efeito da fragmentao de habitas na produtividade agrcola e da avaliao do status de conservao dos polinizadores tambm esto sendo apoiados. O projeto tambm executa aes transversais em: monitoramento da biodiversidade de polinizadores; formao de uma rede de taxonomia de polinizadores; elaborao de um banco de dados em polinizao; deteco do dficit de polinizao sobre as culturas em estudo; e avaliao do impacto de pesticidas nos polinizadores. Evento aberto ao pblico. (Moi, un noire) de Jean Rouch. Frana, 1959. 73. Legendas em portugus. Cpia em DVD. Complemento As pedras do sol de Ren Capriles Farfan. Brasil, 1972. 22. Jovens nigerienses deixam sua terra natal para procurar trabalho na Costa do Marfim. Desenraizados em meio civilizao moderna, acabam chegando a Treichville, bairro operrio de Abdijam. Um clssico do cinema etnogrfico. Classificao indicativa livre. TECNOLOGIAS PARA TRANSMISSO DE ENERGIA ELTRICA A LONGAS DISTNCIAS Inscries limitadas (rsvp@rio-20.org) : Tratar um panorama sobre a mudana necessria na atuao das empresas, seja na formao do indivduo, na carreira de seus profissionais ou nas relaes de trabalho, em busca de gesto sustentada nos principios da economia verde. PROJETO DE P&D+I de FURNAS sobre LPNE (Linha de Potncia Natural Elevada) de 500kV Em alinhamento com o Ministrio do Meio Ambiente do Brasil, a Organizao de Conservao de Terras do Baixo Sul da Bahia OCT, integrante do sistema organizacional da Fundao Odebrecht, convida Vossa Senhoria para participar da apresentao do Programa de Desenvolvimento e Crescimento Integrado com Sustentabilidade PDCIS Twenty years ago Agenda 21 sought a systems approach to monitoring the transition to sustainable development and noted the need for the development of integrated environmental-economic accounts. Following two decades of development of methods and practical experience in countries, the Central Framework of the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA) was recently adopted by the UN Statistical Commission as an international standard. The Statistical Commission further requested the Committee of Experts on Environmental Economic Accounting (UNCEEA) to develop an implementation programme. SEEA is a tool for statistical systems for integrating and organizing information on the economy and the environment to produce a wide range of indicators for analysis of sustainable development.

Projeto GEF Polinizadores - polinizao, biodiversidade e segurana alimentar

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Eu, um negro

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MAM

TECNOLOGIAS PARA TRANSMISSO DE ENERGIA ELTRICA A LONGAS DISTNCIAS Cpula Mundial Green Jobs - Pensando a Carreira Verde PROJETO DE P&D+I de FURNAS sobre LPNE (Linha de Potncia Natural Elevada) de 500kV Programa de Desenvolvimento e Crescimento Integrado com Sustentabilidade PDCIS

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Implementation of the SEEA: the international statistical standard for environmental-economic accounting

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Indigenous Peoples, Food Sovereignty + Sustainable Development

14/06/2012

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The International Indian Treaty Council (IITC) will host a panel presentation and roundtable discussion on Indigenous Peoples? Priorities for Ensuring Food Sovereignty in the Context of Local and Global Sustainable Development. Panel speakers: Andrea Carmen, Executive Director, IITC, Saul Vicente Vasquez, IITC Board Member and Expert Member of the UN Permanent Forum of Indigenous Issues (UNPFII), Mirna Cunningham, Chair of the UNPFII, Global Fund for Women Board Member, President of the Center for Autonomy and Development of Indigenous Peoples (CADPI), Jorge Mani Stanley, Kuna Youth Movement, Indigenous Member of the UN Committee on Food Security, Marcos Terena, Coordinator of the Comit Intertribal Memoria e Ciencia (ITC), Phrang Roy, Assistant President on Special Assignment for Indigenous and Tribal Issues of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Coordinator for the International Indigenous Partnership on Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty. The panel will also include an African representative TBA. GIMUN is a United Nations-accredited NGO holding Special Consultative Status to the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Our goal is to promote the ideals and principles of the United Nations among youth, particularly amongst students.

Youth Perspective on Environmental Issues in Contemporary Societies

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17:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Youth Perspectives, our next event, is about giving the opportunity to young people engaged in the topic that is discussed to give their opinion. We want to reach conclusions that reflect the position of youth on central topics of contemporary international relations. The aim is to bring young people to discuss their points of view, to precise their opinions and to develop, in a coherent way, drafts of solutions to current issues. All pillars of sustainable development require reliable access to adequate supplies of good-quality water. Population and economic growth are already straining water resources, and climate change will exacerbate this. In this context, international law has an integral role to play in ensuring that transboundary water resources are used in an equitable and sustainable manner. Proper management of these resources will contribute to economic growth that accounts for environmental and social considerations. The 1997 UN Watercourses Convention (UNWC), as a global legal framework adopted under the auspices of the UN, is an important tool for strengthening the legal architecture governing shared waters. Once in force, the convention will better enable cooperation between states that is essential to protect vital freshwater ecosystems, their functions and services. Since 2006, WWF and its partners have been working to build awareness of the convention and its principles, in an effort to strengthen international water law. With more than a hundred Heads of State indicating their intention to attend the upcoming UN Conference on Sustainable Development, the outcomes of Rio+20 can be expected to greatly influence the global development agenda for the coming years. As the 2015 target completion date for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) draws near, Member States, the UN system and civil society are beginning a global discussion on the possible contours of a post-2015 development agenda. One of the proposals that have gained traction in the lead up to the Rio+20 Summit is the idea of launching a new set of ?Sustainable Development Goals? (SDGs), which some actors consider could become part of a possible post-2015 or post-MDG development agenda. This side event will gather experts from the UN System, Member States and civil society to draw lessons from the implementation of the MDGs, examine the proposals for SDGs in the outcome document of Rio+20 in light of these lessons, and outline concrete ideas for a transformative post-2015 development agenda. Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Twenty years ago Agenda 21 sought a systems approach to monitoring the transition to sustainable development and noted the need for the development of integrated environmental-economic accounts. Following two decades of development of methods and practical experience in countries, the Central Framework of the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA) was recently adopted by the UN Statistical Commission as an international standard. The Statistical Commission further requested the Committee of Experts on Environmental Economic Accounting (UNCEEA) to develop an implementation programme. SEEA is a tool for statistical systems for integrating and organizing information on the economy and the environment to produce a wide range of indicators for analysis of sustainable development.

Transboundary Waters, Climate Change and Good Governance

14/06/2012

17:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Learning from the MDGs: SDGs within a transformative post-2015 development agenda

14/06/2012

17:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

PrepCom: Ibon International- Learning from the MDGs PrepCom: Institute of Geography and Statistics PrepCom: International Indian Treaty Council PrepCom: WWF Indonesia

14/06/2012 14/06/2012 14/06/2012 14/06/2012

17:30:00 17:30:00 17:30:00 17:30:00

T-10 Rio Centro T-9 Rio Centro T-4 Rio Centro T-8 Rio Centro

Implementation of the SEEA: the international statistical standard for environmental-economic accounting

14/06/2012

17:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Indigenous Peoples, Food Sovereignty + Sustainable Development

14/06/2012

17:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

The International Indian Treaty Council (IITC) will host a panel presentation and roundtable discussion on Indigenous Peoples? Priorities for Ensuring Food Sovereignty in the Context of Local and Global Sustainable Development. Panel speakers: Andrea Carmen, Executive Director, IITC, Saul Vicente Vasquez, IITC Board Member and Expert Member of the UN Permanent Forum of Indigenous Issues (UNPFII), Mirna Cunningham, Chair of the UNPFII, Global Fund for Women Board Member, President of the Center for Autonomy and Development of Indigenous Peoples (CADPI), Jorge Mani Stanley, Kuna Youth Movement, Indigenous Member of the UN Committee on Food Security, Marcos Terena, Coordinator of the Comit Intertribal Memoria e Ciencia (ITC), Phrang Roy, Assistant President on Special Assignment for Indigenous and Tribal Issues of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Coordinator for the International Indigenous Partnership on Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty. The panel will also include an African representative TBA. GIMUN is a United Nations-accredited NGO holding Special Consultative Status to the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Our goal is to promote the ideals and principles of the United Nations among youth, particularly amongst students.

Youth Perspective on Environmental Issues in Contemporary Societies

14/06/2012

17:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Youth Perspectives, our next event, is about giving the opportunity to young people engaged in the topic that is discussed to give their opinion. We want to reach conclusions that reflect the position of youth on central topics of contemporary international relations. The aim is to bring young people to discuss their points of view, to precise their opinions and to develop, in a coherent way, drafts of solutions to current issues. All pillars of sustainable development require reliable access to adequate supplies of good-quality water. Population and economic growth are already straining water resources, and climate change will exacerbate this. In this context, international law has an integral role to play in ensuring that transboundary water resources are used in an equitable and sustainable manner. Proper management of these resources will contribute to economic growth that accounts for environmental and social considerations. The 1997 UN Watercourses Convention (UNWC), as a global legal framework adopted under the auspices of the UN, is an important tool for strengthening the legal architecture governing shared waters. Once in force, the convention will better enable cooperation between states that is essential to protect vital freshwater ecosystems, their functions and services. Since 2006, WWF and its partners have been working to build awareness of the convention and its principles, in an effort to strengthen international water law. With more than a hundred Heads of State indicating their intention to attend the upcoming UN Conference on Sustainable Development, the outcomes of Rio+20 can be expected to greatly influence the global development agenda for the coming years. As the 2015 target completion date for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) draws near, Member States, the UN system and civil society are beginning a global discussion on the possible contours of a post-2015 development agenda. One of the proposals that have gained traction in the lead up to the Rio+20 Summit is the idea of launching a new set of ?Sustainable Development Goals? (SDGs), which some actors consider could become part of a possible post-2015 or post-MDG development agenda. This side event will gather experts from the UN System, Member States and civil society to draw lessons from the implementation of the MDGs, examine the proposals for SDGs in the outcome document of Rio+20 in light of these lessons, and outline concrete ideas for a transformative post-2015 development agenda. Twenty years ago Agenda 21 sought a systems approach to monitoring the transition to sustainable development and noted the need for the development of integrated environmental-economic accounts. Following two decades of development of methods and practical experience in countries, the Central Framework of the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA) was recently adopted by the UN Statistical Commission as an international standard. The Statistical Commission further requested the Committee of Experts on Environmental Economic Accounting (UNCEEA) to develop an implementation programme. SEEA is a tool for statistical systems for integrating and organizing information on the economy and the environment to produce a wide range of indicators for analysis of sustainable development.

Transboundary Waters, Climate Change and Good Governance

14/06/2012

17:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Learning from the MDGs: SDGs within a transformative post-2015 development agenda

14/06/2012

17:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Implementation of the SEEA: the international statistical standard for environmental-economic accounting

14/06/2012

17:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Indigenous Peoples, Food Sovereignty + Sustainable Development

14/06/2012

17:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

The International Indian Treaty Council (IITC) will host a panel presentation and roundtable discussion on Indigenous Peoples? Priorities for Ensuring Food Sovereignty in the Context of Local and Global Sustainable Development. Panel speakers: Andrea Carmen, Executive Director, IITC, Saul Vicente Vasquez, IITC Board Member and Expert Member of the UN Permanent Forum of Indigenous Issues (UNPFII), Mirna Cunningham, Chair of the UNPFII, Global Fund for Women Board Member, President of the Center for Autonomy and Development of Indigenous Peoples (CADPI), Jorge Mani Stanley, Kuna Youth Movement, Indigenous Member of the UN Committee on Food Security, Marcos Terena, Coordinator of the Comit Intertribal Memoria e Ciencia (ITC), Phrang Roy, Assistant President on Special Assignment for Indigenous and Tribal Issues of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Coordinator for the International Indigenous Partnership on Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty. The panel will also include an African representative TBA. GIMUN is a United Nations-accredited NGO holding Special Consultative Status to the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Our goal is to promote the ideals and principles of the United Nations among youth, particularly amongst students.

Youth Perspective on Environmental Issues in Contemporary Societies

14/06/2012

17:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Youth Perspectives, our next event, is about giving the opportunity to young people engaged in the topic that is discussed to give their opinion. We want to reach conclusions that reflect the position of youth on central topics of contemporary international relations. The aim is to bring young people to discuss their points of view, to precise their opinions and to develop, in a coherent way, drafts of solutions to current issues. All pillars of sustainable development require reliable access to adequate supplies of good-quality water. Population and economic growth are already straining water resources, and climate change will exacerbate this. In this context, international law has an integral role to play in ensuring that transboundary water resources are used in an equitable and sustainable manner. Proper management of these resources will contribute to economic growth that accounts for environmental and social considerations. The 1997 UN Watercourses Convention (UNWC), as a global legal framework adopted under the auspices of the UN, is an important tool for strengthening the legal architecture governing shared waters. Once in force, the convention will better enable cooperation between states that is essential to protect vital freshwater ecosystems, their functions and services. Since 2006, WWF and its partners have been working to build awareness of the convention and its principles, in an effort to strengthen international water law. With more than a hundred Heads of State indicating their intention to attend the upcoming UN Conference on Sustainable Development, the outcomes of Rio+20 can be expected to greatly influence the global development agenda for the coming years. As the 2015 target completion date for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) draws near, Member States, the UN system and civil society are beginning a global discussion on the possible contours of a post-2015 development agenda. One of the proposals that have gained traction in the lead up to the Rio+20 Summit is the idea of launching a new set of ?Sustainable Development Goals? (SDGs), which some actors consider could become part of a possible post-2015 or post-MDG development agenda. This side event will gather experts from the UN System, Member States and civil society to draw lessons from the implementation of the MDGs, examine the proposals for SDGs in the outcome document of Rio+20 in light of these lessons, and outline concrete ideas for a transformative post-2015 development agenda. PROJETOS DE P&D+I da CHESF sobre LPNE (Linha de Potncia Natural Elevada) Debate. Chico Alencar e Marcelo Freixo dividiro a mesa com Etelvina Mazzioli (MST), Jean Pierre Leroy (Fase), Nnimmo Bassey (Amigos da Terra), Nora Cortias (Mes da Praa de Maio). Sandra Quintela, da Rede Jubileu Sul, coordena. A atividade faz parte da preparao para a Cpula dos Povos, que comea no dia seguinte. Tempo A. Auto de So Loureno, + debate/ comentrios descontrudos-tericos-cnicosde Francisco Carlos. Tempo B. Leitura do libreto da pera O Guarany de Carlos Gomes acompanhada de audio da pera, descontruda por Dj + leituras de trechos do Romance O Guarany de Jos de Alencar + debate/comentrios descontrudos-tericos-cnicos de Francisco Carlos Entrada Franca

Transboundary Waters, Climate Change and Good Governance

14/06/2012

17:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Learning from the MDGs: SDGs within a transformative post-2015 development agenda

14/06/2012

17:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

PROJETOS DE P&D+I da CHESF sobre LPNE (Linha de Potncia Natural Elevada) O que est em disputa no Rio e na Rio+20

14/06/2012

17:30:00

Parque dos Atletas

14/06/2012

18:00:00

ACM

Relatos Canibais - Ocupao irbita www,imaginario,etc,br

14/06/2012

18:00:00

E.A.V. Parque Lage (Salo Nobre)

O grande caos

14/06/2012

18:00:00

MAM

Der grosse Verhau) de Alexander Kluge. Alemanha, 1971. Legendas em espanhol. 90. Complemento Nocturno de Bachelard de Jose Eduardo Alcazar Pea. Paraguai, 2012. No primeiro sculo do terceiro milnio estoura uma guerra civil na Via Lctea entre governos, gigantes da indstria e piratas do espao sideral. Salve-se quem puder! Classificao indicativa 14 anos. Sound, Water setups, Gavel/Block, Signs/Nameplates, Door Signs, Water Podium, 7th booth required PORTUGUESE INTERPRETATION

PrepCom: Interactive briefing PrepCom: Meeting Relatos Canibais Parque Lage PROJETOS ESPECIAIS DE LINHAS DE TRANSMISSO PARA A AMAZNIA PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: Meeting PrepCom: EU coordination Meeting on Rio+20 Plataforma Vide Urbe + artistas e coletivos associados - Ocupao irbita www,imaginario,etc,br Fora do eixo - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Som na casa e canto na janela -Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

14/06/2012 14/06/2012 14/06/2012

18:00:00 18:00:00 18:00:00

P3-2 Rio Centro Notes Parque Lage (Salo Nobre)

Auto de So Loureno + debate/ comentrios descontrudos-tericos-cnicosde Francisco Carlos + Leitura do libreto da pera O Guarany de Carlos Gomes acompanhada de audio da pera, descontruda por Dj + leituras de trechos do Romance O Guarany de Jos de Alencar. PROJETOS ESPECIAIS DE LINHAS DE TRANSMISSO PARA A AMAZNIA Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector Door Signs Sound, Water setups, Door Signs Projees em espaos pblicos no convencionais Entrada Franca

14/06/2012 14/06/2012 14/06/2012 14/06/2012 14/06/2012 14/06/2012

18:00:00 18:30:00 18:30:00 18:30:00 19:00:00 19:00:00

Parque dos Atletas P3-D Rio Centro P3-E Rio Centro P3-4 Rio Centro

Pavuna

Sesses de cinema ao ar livre. Entrada Franca Thais Gulin, Ava Rocha, Alice Caymmi, Marya Bravo, Alessandra Verney, Rockz, Luis Carlinhos, Barbara Mendes, Thiago Thom, (canto acstico da janela se projetando para o Baixo Gvea fervilhante) Com Ana Baird / Marcia do Valle e Chico Caruso, Janaina Azevedo participao especial : Madalena Bernardes cantora e preparadora vocal. Entrada Franca Thais Gulin, Ava Rocha, Alice Caymmi, Marya Bravo, Alessandra Verney, Rockz, Luis Carlinhos, Barbara Mendes, Thiago Thom + Ana Baird / Marcia do Valle e Chico Caruso, Janaina Azevedo. Globally the world produces enough food to feed everyone, yet one in seven people on our planet go to bed hungry. Hunger, waste and environmental degradation are the result of a discriminatory global food system, which is broken. Nearly half of the world's population are aged 25 years and below, and it is these young people, and in particular young women, who are most impacted by the broken food system.

14/06/2012

19:00:00

Casa da Gvea

Som na Casa

14/06/2012

19:00:00

CASA DA GVEA

Oxfam International Youth Partnerships: Youth fixing the broken system

14/06/2012

19:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

National Sustainable Development Strategies-What's Their Future Role?

14/06/2012

19:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

Oxfam International Youth Partnerships (OIYP) brings together 15 young women and men from around the globe working to fix the broken food system. Using strategies based on the protection and realisation of all human rights these young people provide an insight into how we can address issues land and water access, support small scale producers (particularly women) and grow a global good food movement, to create a just and sustainable global food system where everyone has enough to eat, always. The side-event focuses on the multidimensional challenges of national sustainable development strategies (NSDS). The side event?s objective is to evaluate the relation between NSDS (based on the examples and experiences of Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and further members of the European Sustainable Development Network ESDN) and newly emerging strategic approaches like green growth or green economy. Furthermore will success factors, opportunities and challenges of NSDS strategies, indicators and monitoring systems be analysed and discussed. Experiences that have been made in implementing these strategies and systems should be used and integrated when drafting a new generation of targets, indicators and monitoring systems, as for example sustainable development goals (SDGs). Door Signs, Screen, PPoint Projector Sound, Door Signs, Screen, PowerPoint projector

PrepCom: Liechtenstein- National Sustainable Development Strategies PrepCom: Oxfam International Youth Partnership (OIYP) Oxfam Interna

14/06/2012 14/06/2012

19:30:00 19:30:00

P3-6 Rio Centro T-3 Rio Centro

Globally the world produces enough food to feed everyone, yet one in seven people on our planet go to bed hungry. Hunger, waste and environmental degradation are the result of a discriminatory global food system, which is broken. Nearly half of the world's population are aged 25 years and below, and it is these young people, and in particular young women, who are most impacted by the broken food system. Oxfam International Youth Partnerships: Youth fixing the broken system 14/06/2012 19:30:00 T-3 (Riocentro) Oxfam International Youth Partnerships (OIYP) brings together 15 young women and men from around the globe working to fix the broken food system. Using strategies based on the protection and realisation of all human rights these young people provide an insight into how we can address issues land and water access, support small scale producers (particularly women) and grow a global good food movement, to create a just and sustainable global food system where everyone has enough to eat, always. The side-event focuses on the multidimensional challenges of national sustainable development strategies (NSDS). The side event?s objective is to evaluate the relation between NSDS (based on the examples and experiences of Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and further members of the European Sustainable Development Network ESDN) and newly emerging strategic approaches like green growth or green economy. Furthermore will success factors, opportunities and challenges of NSDS strategies, indicators and monitoring systems be analysed and discussed. Experiences that have been made in implementing these strategies and systems should be used and integrated when drafting a new generation of targets, indicators and monitoring systems, as for example sustainable development goals (SDGs). Globally the world produces enough food to feed everyone, yet one in seven people on our planet go to bed hungry. Hunger, waste and environmental degradation are the result of a discriminatory global food system, which is broken. Nearly half of the world's population are aged 25 years and below, and it is these young people, and in particular young women, who are most impacted by the broken food system. Oxfam International Youth Partnerships (OIYP) brings together 15 young women and men from around the globe working to fix the broken food system. Using strategies based on the protection and realisation of all human rights these young people provide an insight into how we can address issues land and water access, support small scale producers (particularly women) and grow a global good food movement, to create a just and sustainable global food system where everyone has enough to eat, always. The side-event focuses on the multidimensional challenges of national sustainable development strategies (NSDS). The side event?s objective is to evaluate the relation between NSDS (based on the examples and experiences of Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and further members of the European Sustainable Development Network ESDN) and newly emerging strategic approaches like green growth or green economy. Furthermore will success factors, opportunities and challenges of NSDS strategies, indicators and monitoring systems be analysed and discussed. Experiences that have been made in implementing these strategies and systems should be used and integrated when drafting a new generation of targets, indicators and monitoring systems, as for example sustainable development goals (SDGs). Sound, Water setups, Door Signs, Water Podium, Screen, 7th booth required, PowerPoint projector PORTUGUESE INTERPRETATION Shared Team room P3-2 | 21:00 Sound, Water setups, Door Signs, Water Podium, Screen, 7th booth required, PowerPoint projector PORTUGUESE INTERPRETATION Shared Team room P3-2 | 20:00

National Sustainable Development Strategies-What's Their Future Role?

14/06/2012

19:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

Oxfam International Youth Partnerships: Youth fixing the broken system

14/06/2012

19:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

National Sustainable Development Strategies-What's Their Future Role?

14/06/2012

19:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

PrepCom:Working group 2

14/06/2012

20:00:00

P3-2 Rio Centro

PrepCom: Working group 1

14/06/2012

21:00:00

P3-2 Rio Centro

Todos gratuitos, com sada do Centro Cultural Ao da Cidadania: 14/06 (quinta-feira) Jardim Botnico - Sadas: s 09h30min e s 14h - Durao: 4 horas Da rea atual de 137 hectares, 53 ha esto abertos visitao pblica. Seu arboreto, de traado neoclssico, abriga grande coleo de plantas, organizadas em aleias geomtricas, destacando-se as grandes palmeiras. O JB dedicado pesquisa cientfica, desenvolvida pelo Instituto de Pesquisas do Jardim Botnico, centro de referncia mundial nos estudos sobre a Mata Atlntica. 15/06 (sexta-feira) - Baa de Guanabara Sada: s 09h30min - Durao: 2 horas. Partida do Espao Cultural da Marinha - Av. Alfredo Agache s/n - Praa XV Centro. Nos primeiros sculos de vida da cidade, as formaes rochosas que a limitam foram importantes pontos de referncia para sua defesa, onde foram instaladas baterias e fortalezas. Principal acesso Cidade do Rio de Janeiro durante sculos, a segunda maior baa, em extenso, do litoral brasileiro, com uma rea de aproximadamente 380 km. Considerando-se a sua barra como uma linha imaginria, que se estende da ponta de Copacabana at ponta de Itaipu, esta sofre um estreitamento entre a ponta da Fortaleza de So Joo, na cidade do Rio de Janeiro, e a ponta da Fortaleza de Santa Cruz, em Niteri, com uma largura aproximada de 1.600 metros. 18/06 (segunda-feira) Forte So Jos (Urca) - Sadas: s 09h30min e s 14h - Durao: 4 horas Localizado no conjunto que compe a Fortaleza de So Joo, o Forte So Jos o terceiro forte mais antigo do pas, datado de 1578. Muitos historiadores dizem que se o Rio de Janeiro existe hoje, foi graas a este forte, estrategicamente localizado na entrada da Baa de Guanabara, exercendo papel marcante na defesa da cidade. 19/06 (tera-feira) Orla de Copacabana/Forte do Leme - Sadas: s 09h30min e s 14h Durao: 4 horas. A Orla de Copacabana, com seu desenho geomtrico excepcional - de autoria de Roberto Burle Marx - imitando as ondas do mar, usando um mosaico de pedras portuguesas, ganhou reconhecimento internacional. Considerada uma das praias mais famosas do mundo, carinhosamente apelidada de Princesinha do Mar. Fora do Eixo: Sesso de Cinema na Rua na Estao da Pavuna. A proposta consiste em uma exposio multimdia (vdeos, fotografia e udios) intitulada Aldeia Global: tudo nosso!, que transmitir ao pblico contedo relativo aos pilares da Rio+20. O material audiovisual ser produzindo pelos alunos e membros do Grupo Pensar, que vem apostando em uma transformao social dentro da comunidade. A exposio servir tambm como espao de reconhecimento e memria, uma vez que as imagens projetadas dialogam diretamente com o territrio e seus moradores. A inteno ento chamar a atentao para a importncia de cada indivduo na construo de um coletivo mais justo e respeitado. A exposio vai buscar mostrar que atitudes individuais aparentemente insignificantes de um nico indivduo (como jogar lixo em local inapropriado) podem resultar em uma cadeia de acontecimentos prejudiciais em grande escala.

Visitas guiadas Rio Paissagem Cultural

14/06/2012

Centro Cultural Ao da Cidadania

Fora do Eixo: Sesso de Cinema na Rua na Estao da Pavuna

14/06/2012

PAVUNA

Aldeia Global: tudo nosso!

14/06/2012

Babilnia Chapu Mangueira

UltraPPasse Desafios da incluso social e possibilidades de combate pobreza. A promoo de habitaes de interesse social e os programas de conservao do patrimnio cultural edificado. Conferncia sobre Potencial de Crdito de Carbono nas reas de Preservao Permanente e Reserva Legal em Projetos de Assentamentos Gerenciados pelo INCRA no Bioma Caatinga.

14/06/2012

Lema

14/06/2012

11:00:00

Arena da Barra

Performances - intervena urbana Debater propostas de incluso social que tm na moradia seu eixo central. Com essa preocupao o conjunto de atividades visa a contemplar a promoo de habitao de interesse social como um eixo prioritrio tanto no mercado de moradias de aluguel, quanto no financiamento de imveis, sempre considerando a reabilitao do parque residencial existente e protegido por polticas de conservao do patrimnio cultural edificado. Sequestro de Carbono no bioma Caatinga

14/06/2012

11:00:00

Arena da Barra

Fundo Kayap

14/06/2012

11:00:00

Arena da Barra

Este seminrio tem por objetivo apresentar o Fundo Kayap, uma parceria entre a CI-Brasil, o BNDES/Fundo Amaznia e o Fundo Brasileiro para Biodiversidade (Funbio). O Fundo tem por objetivo agregar esforos da sociedade civil, do setor pblico e dos prprios indgenas Kayap, tornando-se um mecanismo sustentvel, estvel e de longo prazo, de apoio financeiro disposio das organizaes indgenas locais. Esse mecanismo tem por finalidade principal a proteo e a conservao da biodiversidade, do territrio e a preveno do desmatamento, alm do desenvolvimento de atividades produtivas sustentveis em Terras Indgenas Kayap integrantes do bioma Amaznia, promovendo, dessa forma, a melhoria da qualidade de vida do povo Kayap na regio. O fundo tem carter inovador por consistir no primeiro fundo brasileiro voltado para povos indgenas. Alm do estande, gostaramos de reservar um espao para debate mais aprofundado sobre o Fundo com lideranas Kayap, governo e membros da sociedade civil.

Palestra sobre Levantamento Agronmico-Ambiental para Regularizao e Desenvolvimento Sustentvel dos Territrios Quilombolas

14/06/2012

14:30:00

Arena da Barra

Abordagem sobre o levantamento de informaes agronmicas e ambientais, o qual faz parte de pea tcnica inicial da elaborao do Relatrio Tcnico de Identificao e Delimitao - RTID. Tem importncia como diagnstico ambiental e produtivo, visando o desenvolvimento sustentvel das Comunidades Quilombolas e de seus territrios. Este trabalho compe o processo de regularizao de territrios quilombolas pelo Instituto Nacional de Colonizao e Reforma Agrria INCRA. Abordagem sobre a importncia da fiscalizao da funo social dos imveis rurais em seus aspectos produtivos, ambientais, trabalhistas e de bem estar de proprietrios e trabalhadores, na promoo do desenvolvimento rural sustentvel e na ampliao do Produto Interno Bruto do Pas.

Conferncia sobre Funo Social de Imveis Rurais no Brasil Acampamento Terra Livre Desconstruindo mitos e revelando as consequncias do nuclear Programa de Recuperao de Pastagens Degradadas e Manuteno da Produtividade do Centro-Oeste - Programa Pasto Verde PreCom: European Union:EU coordination meeting on Rio+20 Coorredor Etnoambiental Tupi Mond OFICINA: 22 ANOS DE ECOSSOCIALISMO NO BRASIL PreCom: Bureau room [cl]

14/06/2012 15/06/2012 15/06/2012 15/06/2012 15/06/2012 15/06/2012 15/06/2012 15/06/2012 8:00:00

16:00:00 8:00:00 8:00:00

Arena da Barra Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Galpo 3 (Espao FINEP): Per Mau

Apresentao e divulgao do Programa Pasto Verde no estande da SUDECO, onde haver a veiculao de vdeo, atendimento ao pblico e distribuio de material de divulgao.

8:00:00 8:30:00 8:30:00 8:30:00

P3-4(Riocentro) Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo P3-G (Riocentro) Para um pblico de empresrios, o espao traz como objetivo realizar capacitaes nos temas eficincia energtica, reduo de desperdcio (5 que so +) e resduos slidos. Oferecer aos empresrios palestras, oficinas e clnicas tecnolgicas sobre temas como resduos slidos, eficincia energtica, certificao ambiental, reduo de desperdcio, negcios verdes, sustentabilidade e MPE, entre outros.

Tenda de Capacitao

15/06/2012

9:00:00

Aterro do Flamengo

5 Menos que so Mais

15/06/2012

9:00:00

Aterro do Flamengo

A questo ambiental faz parte de qualquer tipo de negcio e qualquer porte de Empresa. Na gerao de resduo, por exemplo, a empresa est perdendo matria-prima, pela qual j pagou. O resduo poderia ser minimizado, reduzindo custos e tornando a Empresa mais competitiva. Essas e outras questes sero discutidas, com atividades prticas, para voc implantar no seu negcio. Sero abordados aspectos inerentes a Eficincia Energtica, dotando os empresrios de ferramentas simples para a identificao de desperdcios de energia e potenciais oportunidades de melhorias. Para cada tipo de problema apresentado sero propostas aes prticas para a eliminao do desperdcio de energia. Ser uma excelente oportunidade para que a empresa possa reduzir custos diretos na sua produo, e consequentemente melhorar a sua competitividade. o ambiente que proporciona a interao pessoal da empresa com especialistas, com hora marcada e em pequenos grupos de no mximo 30 empresas Como crescer o seu negcio e ao mesmo tempo maximizar os impactos positivos sociais e ambientais? Uma oficina dinmica para orientar a tomada de deciso e aproveitar oportunidades para inovar o seu negcio! Exposio de fornecedores de "tecnologias verdes" para empresrios e sociedade civil Exposio de oportunidades de negcios que surgem com a economia verde para empreendedores, sociedade civil, delegaes oficiais e represntantes dos Major Groups.

Boas Prticas de Eficincia Energtica

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Cradle to Cradle: negcios que vo alm da sustentabilidade

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Mostra SEBRAETec - Exposio de Tecnologias Verdes Feira do Empreendedor Verde- Exposio de Negcios Verdes Segurana Alimentar e Nutricional e Sustentabilidade Grandes empreendimentos: desafios e oportunidades para o desenvolvimento das polticas pblicas municipais Roda de conversa com Si Kaxinawa sobre Assuntos Estratgicos Acreanos - Novas Terras Indgenas e ndios Sem Contato - Criao de Parque Biospherico Binacional na fronteira Brasile - Peru Derecho y luchas socioterritoriales Palestra: Programa de Conservao Marinha: Projeto Golfinho Rotador Por justia ambiental, sem energia nuclear! - Construindo resistncias e alternativas no Brasil e no mundo Plenria das cidades Agricultura urbana como fator de desenvolvimento econmico, social e ambiental. I Encontro das Juventudes Anticapitalistas na Cpula dos Povos

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Derecho y Medio Ambiente Espao de apresentao das lutas, conquistas e propostas dos movimentos sociais e da sociodiversidade de Roraima Seminrio Colaborativo por um Sistema Socioeconmico de Transio Direito Autoral e Direito Informao Trabajo de Jvenes Seminario/ debate Between the State and Market: Chinese women strategizing foreconomic and environmental justice Seminrio As Culturas Populares e Tradicionais como Paradigmas para o Desenvolvimento Sustentvel Encontro Nacional da Frente Nacional em Defesa dos Territrios Quilombolas Workshop: Right to Water: Green Economy or Right based approaches to sustainable development DIREITO DE TER DIREITOS Black Organizing for Power and Dignity: Visions of Black Food Sovereignty and Food and Health Justice Oficina; Autonomia, Sustentabilidade Econmica e Gnero Seminar on \'The Future of Energy\' Roda de Conversa: Grandes Projetos e nossa vida Le rle dHati dans la recherche dalternatives au modle existant Roda de Conversa e Sarau Afro Mix sobre temas relacionados ao Baob Deadly business the Asbestos case; Hundred-thousand avoidable death each year - Are you the next Asbestos victim? OFICINA: REUNIR E SISTEMATIZAR ESTRATGIAS DE ANLISE E ENFRENTAMENTO DAS VIOLAES DE DIREITOS HUMANOS OCORRIDAS NA REALIZAO DE MEGAPROJETOS NA AMRICA DO SUL Terraterra Exposio de artes \"Depte\",esportes e dana-- Debate sobre politica economia e sociedade haitiana- Musica video e apresentao do Vodou (religiio predominante do Haiti) MEDIA FOR THE PEOPLE How can animal welfare contribute to sustainability, a debate Polticas Pblicas de Governo e sua relao com a Seguridade Social A juventude e o desenvolvimento justo e sustentvel Segurana Qumica: da Rio 92 Rio + 20 Forum: EMPATIA E CUIDADO Forum:Qualidade de Vida nas Cidades (etapa 1) Forum: Educao e empatia no sistema de ensino Equidade de Gnero Produo e Consumo Sustentvel

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ENCONTRO MUNDIAL DE JURISTAS AMBIENTAIS

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Jardim Botnico

O encontro tem como objetivo apresentar aos chefes de Estado que estaro reunidos no Rio de Janeiro para a Rio + 20 as recomendaes de proteo ambiental ligadas aos temas da Conferncia. O direito um instrumento indispensvel para lidar com os dois temas da Rio +20 "economia verde" e "o quadro institucional para o desenvolvimento sustentvel". Nesse sentido, pretende-se promover o direito ambiental com base no fortalecimento de sua implementao no contexto do desenvolvimento sustentvel e da erradicao da pobreza. Este conjunto de propostas normativas pretende reforar a efetividade do direito ambiental como instrumento indispensvel para a implementao dos compromissos assumidos no Rio em 1992. O Encontro Mundial de 15-17 junho, ao reunir 86 juristas ambientais de todos os continentes, pretende abordar diversas temticas ambientais como o objetivo de fomentar a pauta de ao para os prximos anos. Nesse sentido esto os temas da responsabilidade ambiental das empresas, do direito alimentao e proteo de reas naturais, da governana florestal, do acesso energia, dos direitos humanos em caso de desastres, da sustentabilidade ambiental, dos refugiados ambientais, da no-regresso do direito ambiental como condio de desenvolvimento sustentvel, do patrimnio ambiental, do marco institucional para o desenvolvimento sustentvel, de um mediador para as geraes futuras, da proteo dos recursos marinhos e da gesto integrada das zonas costeiras, da explorao do petrleo, da efetividade do direito ambiental, da participao da sociedade civil e do papel das avaliaes de impacto ambiental nacional e transfronteirio. Much of the dialogue on the green economy and trade in the context Rio+20 have focused on the risks associated with a transition to a green economy. However, the transition to a green economy also presents numerous trade opportunities for developing countries. It is crucial to identify these trade opportunities, together with the policy reforms that can create and strengthen developing country capacity to benefit from the opportunities. In order to inform the Rio+20 dialogue on trade and green economy, this side event will focus on the trade opportunities associated with the transformation to a green economy. A recent study completed by UNEP, ITC and ICTSD will be presented, mapping and analysing existing trade related opportunities for developing countries in the transition to a green economy. Social equity, gender equality and environmental justice must form the heart of sustainable development, and of the outcomes of the Rio+20 UN conference in 2012. Twenty years after the first Rio conference, great social and economic inequities still remain. These inequities especially affect women and children, who make up the majority of those living in poverty. Three testimonies from women suffering from the extraction industries, from unsustainable energy and agrofuels and from landgrabbing will be presented. The women?s major group supports the transformation from the current economic system to a sustainable and equitable economic system which ensures gender equality, human rights and environmental justice and supports sustainable livelihoods and poverty eradication. Examples of initiatives towards sustainable and equitable economies will be shown, from assuring women?s access and control to land and resources, developing local, fair and ecological production and consumption, and increasing women?s participation in decision making, will be shared. The side event will focus on raising awareness on the importance of involving young people with disabilities and other marginalized and vulnerable young populations in the social,economic and political development processes contributing to sustainable development of our countries,Countries , Continents and the world.It will share best practices of involving the marginalised and vulnerable Youth populations in the programmes and activities contributing to sustainable development.

Green Economy and Trade - Assessing Risks and Opportunities

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T-3 (Riocentro)

Women's Resistance and Resilience

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9:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Youth with Disabilities and sustainable Development.

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9:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Scenarios for Sustainable Development Governance: National Mechanisms that Work

15/06/2012

9:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

The current Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development (IFSD) suffers from lack of coherence, coordination and integration. It is defined by the inability of economic and social policy making to fully account for environmental integrity; and very weak connections and coordination among governance levels, i.e. global, regional, and national. These shortcomings result in the persistent gap between sustainable development policy formulation and implementation. There have been strong requests for institutional changes to alleviate these shortcomings both from civil society and from governments around the world. There is a need for a change of IFSD in a way that allows ensuring efficiency and accountability for sustainable development architecture. Three inter-related proposals have gained wide spread support: (1) introduction of sustainable development goals (SDGs), (2) creation of sustainable development council (SDC), and (3) strengthening and closely integrating and coordinating mechanisms and processes at global, regional and national levels by exemplifying lessons learnt from Asia and Europe in planning and implementation of sustainability related measures. This side- event will focus on the national sustainable development mechanisms that have been implemented in Asia and Europe, examine its strengths and weaknesses. It also addresses the interconnectedness of all IFSD levels and will thereby demonstrate the need for better vertical and horizontal coordination of the sustainable development architecture. It will be based on the results of the research study initiated by the Asia-Europe Environment Forum and conducted by sustainable development and governance experts on these issues. The twenty years following the 1992 Rio Earth Summit have clearly shown that the current global challenges will not be solved by the same way of thinking that caused them. If we are to create the necessary paradigm shift to ensure not only the survival but the thriving of humanity and the earth, we must turn towards the very roots of our existence. Over four decades of prenatal science and the discovery of "epi-genetics" confirm that during the primal period, from conception to early childhood, the foundation for every human being's relationship with their environment is formed. Human behaviour is determined by this factor. Mothers are children's first environment where the seeds of peace, prosperity, intelligence and sustainability can be sown and nurtured. They must be empowered and supported in their major role in the sustainability and future of our planet.

9 Months to Save the World: Mother Key to Sustainable Development

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T-10 (Riocentro)

PreCom: Earth CouncilScenarios for SD governance PreCom: Assessing Risks and Opportunities PreCom: OMAEP- 9 Months to save the world PreCom: Women's Resistance and Resilience PreCom: Youth with Disabilities and sustainable Development. PreCom: ArmeniaSustainable Development index methodology

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T-6 (Riocentro) T-3 (Riocentro) T10 (Riocentro) T-9 (Riocentro) T-5 (Riocentro)

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P3-1 (Riocentro) Much of the dialogue on the green economy and trade in the context Rio+20 have focused on the risks associated with a transition to a green economy. However, the transition to a green economy also presents numerous trade opportunities for developing countries. It is crucial to identify these trade opportunities, together with the policy reforms that can create and strengthen developing country capacity to benefit from the opportunities. In order to inform the Rio+20 dialogue on trade and green economy, this side event will focus on the trade opportunities associated with the transformation to a green economy. A recent study completed by UNEP, ITC and ICTSD will be presented, mapping and analysing existing trade related opportunities for developing countries in the transition to a green economy. Social equity, gender equality and environmental justice must form the heart of sustainable development, and of the outcomes of the Rio+20 UN conference in 2012. Twenty years after the first Rio conference, great social and economic inequities still remain. These inequities especially affect women and children, who make up the majority of those living in poverty. Three testimonies from women suffering from the extraction industries, from unsustainable energy and agrofuels and from landgrabbing will be presented. The women?s major group supports the transformation from the current economic system to a sustainable and equitable economic system which ensures gender equality, human rights and environmental justice and supports sustainable livelihoods and poverty eradication. Examples of initiatives towards sustainable and equitable economies will be shown, from assuring women?s access and control to land and resources, developing local, fair and ecological production and consumption, and increasing women?s participation in decision making, will be shared.

Green Economy and Trade - Assessing Risks and Opportunities

15/06/2012

9:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Women's Resistance and Resilience

15/06/2012

9:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Youth with Disabilities and sustainable Development.

15/06/2012

9:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

The side event will focus on raising awareness on the importance of involving young people with disabilities and other marginalized and vulnerable young populations in the social,economic and political development processes contributing to sustainable development of our countries,Countries , Continents and the world.It will share best practices of involving the marginalised and vulnerable Youth populations in the programmes and activities contributing to sustainable development. The current Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development (IFSD) suffers from lack of coherence, coordination and integration. It is defined by the inability of economic and social policy making to fully account for environmental integrity; and very weak connections and coordination among governance levels, i.e. global, regional, and national. These shortcomings result in the persistent gap between sustainable development policy formulation and implementation. There have been strong requests for institutional changes to alleviate these shortcomings both from civil society and from governments around the world. There is a need for a change of IFSD in a way that allows ensuring efficiency and accountability for sustainable development architecture. Three inter-related proposals have gained wide spread support: (1) introduction of sustainable development goals (SDGs), (2) creation of sustainable development council (SDC), and (3) strengthening and closely integrating and coordinating mechanisms and processes at global, regional and national levels by exemplifying lessons learnt from Asia and Europe in planning and implementation of sustainability related measures. This side- event will focus on the national sustainable development mechanisms that have been implemented in Asia and Europe, examine its strengths and weaknesses. It also addresses the interconnectedness of all IFSD levels and will thereby demonstrate the need for better vertical and horizontal coordination of the sustainable development architecture. It will be based on the results of the research study initiated by the Asia-Europe Environment Forum and conducted by sustainable development and governance experts on these issues. The twenty years following the 1992 Rio Earth Summit have clearly shown that the current global challenges will not be solved by the same way of thinking that caused them. If we are to create the necessary paradigm shift to ensure not only the survival but the thriving of humanity and the earth, we must turn towards the very roots of our existence. Over four decades of prenatal science and the discovery of "epi-genetics" confirm that during the primal period, from conception to early childhood, the foundation for every human being's relationship with their environment is formed. Human behaviour is determined by this factor. Mothers are children's first environment where the seeds of peace, prosperity, intelligence and sustainability can be sown and nurtured. They must be empowered and supported in their major role in the sustainability and future of our planet. Much of the dialogue on the green economy and trade in the context Rio+20 have focused on the risks associated with a transition to a green economy. However, the transition to a green economy also presents numerous trade opportunities for developing countries. It is crucial to identify these trade opportunities, together with the policy reforms that can create and strengthen developing country capacity to benefit from the opportunities. In order to inform the Rio+20 dialogue on trade and green economy, this side event will focus on the trade opportunities associated with the transformation to a green economy. A recent study completed by UNEP, ITC and ICTSD will be presented, mapping and analysing existing trade related opportunities for developing countries in the transition to a green economy. Social equity, gender equality and environmental justice must form the heart of sustainable development, and of the outcomes of the Rio+20 UN conference in 2012. Twenty years after the first Rio conference, great social and economic inequities still remain. These inequities especially affect women and children, who make up the majority of those living in poverty. Three testimonies from women suffering from the extraction industries, from unsustainable energy and agrofuels and from landgrabbing will be presented. The women?s major group supports the transformation from the current economic system to a sustainable and equitable economic system which ensures gender equality, human rights and environmental justice and supports sustainable livelihoods and poverty eradication. Examples of initiatives towards sustainable and equitable economies will be shown, from assuring women?s access and control to land and resources, developing local, fair and ecological production and consumption, and increasing women?s participation in decision making, will be shared.

Scenarios for Sustainable Development Governance: National Mechanisms that Work

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T-6 (Riocentro)

9 Months to Save the World: Mother Key to Sustainable Development

15/06/2012

9:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Green Economy and Trade - Assessing Risks and Opportunities

15/06/2012

9:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Women's Resistance and Resilience

15/06/2012

9:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Youth with Disabilities and sustainable Development.

15/06/2012

9:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

The side event will focus on raising awareness on the importance of involving young people with disabilities and other marginalized and vulnerable young populations in the social,economic and political development processes contributing to sustainable development of our countries,Countries , Continents and the world.It will share best practices of involving the marginalised and vulnerable Youth populations in the programmes and activities contributing to sustainable development. The current Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development (IFSD) suffers from lack of coherence, coordination and integration. It is defined by the inability of economic and social policy making to fully account for environmental integrity; and very weak connections and coordination among governance levels, i.e. global, regional, and national. These shortcomings result in the persistent gap between sustainable development policy formulation and implementation. There have been strong requests for institutional changes to alleviate these shortcomings both from civil society and from governments around the world. There is a need for a change of IFSD in a way that allows ensuring efficiency and accountability for sustainable development architecture. Three inter-related proposals have gained wide spread support: (1) introduction of sustainable development goals (SDGs), (2) creation of sustainable development council (SDC), and (3) strengthening and closely integrating and coordinating mechanisms and processes at global, regional and national levels by exemplifying lessons learnt from Asia and Europe in planning and implementation of sustainability related measures. This side- event will focus on the national sustainable development mechanisms that have been implemented in Asia and Europe, examine its strengths and weaknesses. It also addresses the interconnectedness of all IFSD levels and will thereby demonstrate the need for better vertical and horizontal coordination of the sustainable development architecture. It will be based on the results of the research study initiated by the Asia-Europe Environment Forum and conducted by sustainable development and governance experts on these issues. The twenty years following the 1992 Rio Earth Summit have clearly shown that the current global challenges will not be solved by the same way of thinking that caused them. If we are to create the necessary paradigm shift to ensure not only the survival but the thriving of humanity and the earth, we must turn towards the very roots of our existence. Over four decades of prenatal science and the discovery of "epi-genetics" confirm that during the primal period, from conception to early childhood, the foundation for every human being's relationship with their environment is formed. Human behaviour is determined by this factor. Mothers are children's first environment where the seeds of peace, prosperity, intelligence and sustainability can be sown and nurtured. They must be empowered and supported in their major role in the sustainability and future of our planet. A Mostra Meu Meio marca a reinaugurao do Museu do Meio Ambiente, pelo Instituto de Pesquisa do Jardim Botnico.

Scenarios for Sustainable Development Governance: National Mechanisms that Work

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T-6 (Riocentro)

9 Months to Save the World: Mother Key to Sustainable Development

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AJA Derrube Limites (Visitao) Dilogos Inter-Redes: Educao Ambiental e Agendas 21 Locais Seminrio Internacional \"Por Mudanas Radicais: Agricultura Familiar Camponesa e Agroecologia como Alternativa Crise do Sistema Agroalimentar Industrial\" International Forum on Mining, Climate Change and Peoples Movement O PODER POPULAR NA AMRICA LATINA: experincias e expectativas para o sculo XXI Seminrio e Debate \" Justia Climtica, Emergncia Climtica, Sustentabilidade e Aquecimento Global\". Seminnar and Debate \"Climate Justice, Climate Emergency, Sustainability and Global Warming\". Conferncia Indgena Mostra Meu Meio

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Aterro do Flamengo Museu da Repblica Museu do Meio Ambiente 60 metros quadrados de colaborao. Durante a Cpula dos Povos, os jardins do Aterro do Flamengo abrigaro o Laboratrio de Comunicao Compartilhada, um espao livre onde qualquer interessado poder entrar e utilizar o telecentro ou as ilhas de edio disponveis para produzir e editar contedos sobre a Cpula e post-los na Rede dos Povos, nossa plataforma colaborativa.

Laboratrio de Comunicao Compartilhada

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Laboratrio de Comunicao

Captura

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Centro Cultural da Justia Federal

III Preparatory Committee (day 3) PreCom: G77 - on UNCSD [cl] PrepCom:European Union:EU Coordination [cl]

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Riocentro P3-5 (Riocentro) P3-F (Riocentro)

O artista visual Rene Machado estabelece em sua pintura algumas questes relacionadas sua produo, como a utilizao de recursos tecnolgicos para, tal qual numa caada, capturar no ambiente web imagens fotogrficas e de personagens de desenhos animados. Segundo o curador da exposio, Marco Antonio Teobaldo, as imagens so manipuladas digitalmente em seu computador e impressas sobre telas, e assim, o artista cria cenas que revelam o ser humano como um animal predador e cruel. Official Event - Tentative Agenda Day 06/15/2012: 10:00hrs to 13:00hrs Working group(s) meetings; 15:00hrs to 19:30hrs Closing session (Plenary) - Closing remarks by the Co-chair; Status of negotiations and the next steps by the CSG.

Desafios para a Implementao da Economia Verde no Contexto do Desenvolvimento Sustentvel

15/06/2012

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Arena da Barra

Conferncia com a participao de professores da Universidade de So Paulo para discutir estudos do Instituto de Eletrotcnica e Energia da Universidade de So Paulo atravs de seus programas de Cincia Ambiental e Energia com a abordagem dos seguintes tpicos: Desafios do Ps -consumo: resduos slidos, incluso social, sustentabilidade; Energia: pobreza X incluso social, renovveis, inovao, uso integrado de fontes energticas. Mudanas Climticas: cidades, vulnerabilidade e adaptao, riscos. Conference with professors from University of Sao Paulo discussing the studies of Institute of Eletrotechnics and Energy in Environmental Science and Energy abording the topics: Challenges of Pos- Consumption: solid wate in general , solid waste prevention, social inclusion, renovable energy, innovation, integrated source of energy; Climate Changes: cities, vulnerability and adaptation, riscs. A base para uma economia verde eficiente no uso dos recursos deve ser construda a partir da gua, energia e segurana da existncia de comida - essas questes devem ser abordadas de maneira integrada e holstica. Sem lidar com este "nexo" de forma holstica, as tentativas em atingir um desenvolvimento sustentvel a longo prazo falhar. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Per Bertilsson (Stockholm International Water Institute). O objetivo do evento proporcionar um debate qualificado em torno de temas emergentes relacionados com o ambiente costeiro e marinho, buscando um nivelamento do estado da arte, nacional e internacional, em torno destes temas. A mesa contar com quatro palestrantes principais que discorrero sobre: (1) O Aporte oferecido pelos oceanos na elaborao de novos indicadores para medio de bem estar e progresso; (2) Aproveitamento da biodiversidade marinha como fonte de riqueza e combate pobreza; (3) Servios ambientais do ecossistema marinho e o balano de carbono nos oceanos; (4) Gesto da zona costeira e os desafios das mudanas climticas. Evento aberto ao pblico.

Challenges for implementing the green Economy in the Context of Sustainable Development

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11:00:00

Arena da Barra

gua, alimentos e energia

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Parque dos Atletas

Contribuies dos Oceanos para a Economia e Governana Global ps Rio+20

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Parque dos Atletas

Workshop: Alternative development paradigms: Viable proposals Desafios persistentes do saneamento bsico: Como venclos? Apresentaes e Oficinas Fulni- na Estao Pavuna Turismo Sustentvel: I Colquio sobre Turismo e Sustentabilidade Debate sobre a criao e ampiao de bancos comunitrios nas comunidades cariocas Tecendo uma Rede de Sustentabilidade UN Business and Human Rights: compliance assessment tool Olhares e prticas da juventude rural no contexto climtico I Encontro das Juventudes Anticapitalistas na Cpula dos Povos Atelier participatif sur la Biopiraterie Trabajamos para la proteccin y preservacin de nuestro territorio Meeting/Discussion Acciones comunitarias frente a las imposiciones del capital; agroecoturismo comunitario. Linking Rio+20, Cairo+20 and MDG+15 Economic Recovery, Natural Resources, and Peacebuilding Seminrio

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Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Apresentao de cantos e danas e oficinas de zarabatana na Escola Municipal Leo Veloso + Apresentao de cantos e danas e oficinas de peteca na Escola Municipal Andra.

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PAVUNA

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As Culturas Populares e Tradicionais como Paradigmas para o Desenvolvimento Sustentvel Videoforum- Tukki la Huella Ambiental The social and environmental footprint of the waste industry Rights of Nature the Foundation for Sustainability Speaking Truth to Power Palestra \"Educao para uma Nova Conscincia\" O direito cidade sustentvel e a crtica da cidade capitalista Structures for living light, hanging villages and portable homes Structures for living light, hanging villages and portable homes Ponencia - seminario Workshop de Mdias e Autogesto Cincia & Tecnologia Educao para tod@s e sustentabilidade - o direito humano como paradigma Confrence \"Dclarons illgale la pauvret Conversatorio Gestin de Tierras Resguardo Musse Ukwe, Colombia Defense of Commons against Mercantilization Anti-Nuclear For Islands Workshop Oficina da UPMS: Sade, sustentabilidade e bien vivir Exposio de artes \"Depte\",esportes e dana-- Debate sobre politica economia e sociedade haitiana- Musica video e apresentao do Vodou (religiio predominante do Haiti) Nuclear Energy - a Barrier to a Green Economy, Sustainable development, and Poverty Reduction Facts, figures and personal experiences from 4 continents

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Aterro do Flamengo This side event will focus on the topic of resource, environment and sustainable development, which has attracted attentions from China and all over the world. The speakers will talk about the resource, environment and sustainable development in China, with regard to different areas and industries. It will include the status, achievements, challenges, as well as technology innovations. The speaker from UFRJ, Brazil will talk about the overall situation in Brazil. The discussion will focus on how to maintain the achievement and solve the problems related to resource, environment and sustainable development, not only in China and Brazil, but also in other developing countries. This side event is expected to show to the world the progress and efforts as well as challenges of sustainable development in China and Brazil, which is the sound from the developing countries in UNCSD/Rio+20. Debates on agriculture often pit smallholder agriculture versus large-scale agriculture. However this vision fails to take into account the variety of agriculture systems that co-exist around the world and the technologies and best practices that can be shared by farmers at different scale. The roundtable discussion will present a study on best practices in agriculture in Latin America as a basis for discussion regarding which practices can be shared and scaled up to improve sustainability and enable smallholder farmers to take advantage of market and regional integration opportunities. People from around the world will be watching for their leaders to make the right decisions at Rio which bring dignity, wellbeing and prosperity to all, and in so doing sets a strong legacy for generations to come. This event brings together a broad perspective, to hear from high level speakers sharing their views on safeguarding a sustainable future - an essential requirement to ensure a meaningful outcome at Rio+20. We will discuss the possible Rio outcomes and what they mean for child and youth representatives (Rio+twenties, terre des hommes) , representatives of networks committed to social justice (Social Watch), the rights of nature (Earth Charter Initiative), practitioners in the field of future generations (Ombudspersons) and internationally recognized authorities on future justice governance (The Elders, World Future Council).

Resource Environment and Sustainable Development

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Best practices and technology opportunities for farmers in South America

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Social justice for future generations

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Mainstreaming Organic Agriculture as a Means of Implementation

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Green Economy and Equity

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Governments with established organic green economies and effective enabling policies that support sustainable agriculture and which address hunger and poverty will share their experiences. UN agencies and humanitarian organizations will outline how organic practices can unlock the potential of smallholder farmers for rural development and food and nutrition security. International volunteer organizations will present the case for integrating skilled volunteers into implementation strategies. IFOAM, the world?s organic farming umbrella organization, with 870 member organizations in 120 countries will confirm its contribution to the outcome of Rio+20 by outlining how it will facilitate the transition by systematically making its global networks and policy and technical expertise readily available to stakeholders. The panel will explore how Rio+20 can accelerate the uptake of organic agriculture including through its mainstreaming into policies and initiatives such as CAADP, CSA, Zero Net Land Degradation, Purchase for Progress, Zero Hunger Programs and global research programs. By many, the concept of Green Economy is seen as a major milestone towards a sustainable development. On the other hand, lot of NGOs have expressed deep concerns. In their view the discussions on Green Economy in the Rio+20 preparation process contribute to narrowing the idea of sustainable development to a one-sided concept that especially lacks equity, social justice and human rights. The Side Event will present the various views and discuss pathways to implement sustainable development in a way that integrates social equity, eco-justice and the preservation of the environment. This side event aims at reviewing the recent economic and social drivers of the deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon region, as well as analyzing to which extent environmental policies have been effective in decreasing deforestation rates recently. New policy proposals that combine forest conservation and sustainable use with socioeconomic development and a greener economy in the Amazon will be discussed. The event starts with an introduction to policies that are in place to combat illegal forest loss and follows with presentations of new research results based on quantitative analyses of deforestation dynamics and their empirical linkages with economic variables and environmental regulations. Panelists will engage the audience in a debate focusing on potential ways to enhancing the effectiveness of forest conservation policies against the backdrop of social and economic development of the region as well as Brazil?s pledge to achieve the ambitious conservation targets proposed in Copenhagen. Youth are faced with unprecedented levels of unemployment. But the prospects of greening economies now offer potential for a wide range of new jobs to be created. The challenge is to seize the major opportunities for decent work the emerging new green sectors and by making existing jobs both more decent and greener at the same time. A sharper focus on youth may prove to be an important accelerator for making progress on all three dimensions of sustainable development. Significant progress can be made in poverty eradication and social inclusion by making green jobs a reality The side event would pave the way for a global partnership for green jobs, scaling up existing efforts, identifying the policy levers and crafting a global funding mechanism.

Economic and policy drivers of deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Green Jobs: a chance for Youth!

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

PreCom:Chinese Society for Sustainable Development PreCom:CropLife International PreCom:EED- Green economy and equity PreCom: IFOAMMainstreaming organic agriculture PreCom: Institute for Applied Economic Research PreCom: Green Jobs: a chance for youth PreCom: World Future Council- Social justice for future generations

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T-9 (Riocentro) T-5 (Riocentro) T-4 (Riocentro) T-6 (Riocentro) T-10 (Riocentro) T-4 (Riocentro) T-8 (Riocentro)

Resource Environment and Sustainable Development

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

This side event will focus on the topic of resource, environment and sustainable development, which has attracted attentions from China and all over the world. The speakers will talk about the resource, environment and sustainable development in China, with regard to different areas and industries. It will include the status, achievements, challenges, as well as technology innovations. The speaker from UFRJ, Brazil will talk about the overall situation in Brazil. The discussion will focus on how to maintain the achievement and solve the problems related to resource, environment and sustainable development, not only in China and Brazil, but also in other developing countries. This side event is expected to show to the world the progress and efforts as well as challenges of sustainable development in China and Brazil, which is the sound from the developing countries in UNCSD/Rio+20. Debates on agriculture often pit smallholder agriculture versus large-scale agriculture. However this vision fails to take into account the variety of agriculture systems that co-exist around the world and the technologies and best practices that can be shared by farmers at different scale. The roundtable discussion will present a study on best practices in agriculture in Latin America as a basis for discussion regarding which practices can be shared and scaled up to improve sustainability and enable smallholder farmers to take advantage of market and regional integration opportunities. People from around the world will be watching for their leaders to make the right decisions at Rio which bring dignity, wellbeing and prosperity to all, and in so doing sets a strong legacy for generations to come. This event brings together a broad perspective, to hear from high level speakers sharing their views on safeguarding a sustainable future - an essential requirement to ensure a meaningful outcome at Rio+20. We will discuss the possible Rio outcomes and what they mean for child and youth representatives (Rio+twenties, terre des hommes) , representatives of networks committed to social justice (Social Watch), the rights of nature (Earth Charter Initiative), practitioners in the field of future generations (Ombudspersons) and internationally recognized authorities on future justice governance (The Elders, World Future Council). Governments with established organic green economies and effective enabling policies that support sustainable agriculture and which address hunger and poverty will share their experiences. UN agencies and humanitarian organizations will outline how organic practices can unlock the potential of smallholder farmers for rural development and food and nutrition security. International volunteer organizations will present the case for integrating skilled volunteers into implementation strategies. IFOAM, the world?s organic farming umbrella organization, with 870 member organizations in 120 countries will confirm its contribution to the outcome of Rio+20 by outlining how it will facilitate the transition by systematically making its global networks and policy and technical expertise readily available to stakeholders. The panel will explore how Rio+20 can accelerate the uptake of organic agriculture including through its mainstreaming into policies and initiatives such as CAADP, CSA, Zero Net Land Degradation, Purchase for Progress, Zero Hunger Programs and global research programs. By many, the concept of Green Economy is seen as a major milestone towards a sustainable development. On the other hand, lot of NGOs have expressed deep concerns. In their view the discussions on Green Economy in the Rio+20 preparation process contribute to narrowing the idea of sustainable development to a one-sided concept that especially lacks equity, social justice and human rights. The Side Event will present the various views and discuss pathways to implement sustainable development in a way that integrates social equity, eco-justice and the preservation of the environment. This side event aims at reviewing the recent economic and social drivers of the deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon region, as well as analyzing to which extent environmental policies have been effective in decreasing deforestation rates recently. New policy proposals that combine forest conservation and sustainable use with socioeconomic development and a greener economy in the Amazon will be discussed. The event starts with an introduction to policies that are in place to combat illegal forest loss and follows with presentations of new research results based on quantitative analyses of deforestation dynamics and their empirical linkages with economic variables and environmental regulations. Panelists will engage the audience in a debate focusing on potential ways to enhancing the effectiveness of forest conservation policies against the backdrop of social and economic development of the region as well as Brazil?s pledge to achieve the ambitious conservation targets proposed in Copenhagen.

Best practices and technology opportunities for farmers in South America

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Social justice for future generations

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Mainstreaming Organic Agriculture as a Means of Implementation

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Green Economy and Equity

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Economic and policy drivers of deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Green Jobs: a chance for Youth!

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Resource Environment and Sustainable Development

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Youth are faced with unprecedented levels of unemployment. But the prospects of greening economies now offer potential for a wide range of new jobs to be created. The challenge is to seize the major opportunities for decent work the emerging new green sectors and by making existing jobs both more decent and greener at the same time. A sharper focus on youth may prove to be an important accelerator for making progress on all three dimensions of sustainable development. Significant progress can be made in poverty eradication and social inclusion by making green jobs a reality The side event would pave the way for a global partnership for green jobs, scaling up existing efforts, identifying the policy levers and crafting a global funding mechanism. This side event will focus on the topic of resource, environment and sustainable development, which has attracted attentions from China and all over the world. The speakers will talk about the resource, environment and sustainable development in China, with regard to different areas and industries. It will include the status, achievements, challenges, as well as technology innovations. The speaker from UFRJ, Brazil will talk about the overall situation in Brazil. The discussion will focus on how to maintain the achievement and solve the problems related to resource, environment and sustainable development, not only in China and Brazil, but also in other developing countries. This side event is expected to show to the world the progress and efforts as well as challenges of sustainable development in China and Brazil, which is the sound from the developing countries in UNCSD/Rio+20. Debates on agriculture often pit smallholder agriculture versus large-scale agriculture. However this vision fails to take into account the variety of agriculture systems that co-exist around the world and the technologies and best practices that can be shared by farmers at different scale. The roundtable discussion will present a study on best practices in agriculture in Latin America as a basis for discussion regarding which practices can be shared and scaled up to improve sustainability and enable smallholder farmers to take advantage of market and regional integration opportunities. People from around the world will be watching for their leaders to make the right decisions at Rio which bring dignity, wellbeing and prosperity to all, and in so doing sets a strong legacy for generations to come. This event brings together a broad perspective, to hear from high level speakers sharing their views on safeguarding a sustainable future - an essential requirement to ensure a meaningful outcome at Rio+20. We will discuss the possible Rio outcomes and what they mean for child and youth representatives (Rio+twenties, terre des hommes) , representatives of networks committed to social justice (Social Watch), the rights of nature (Earth Charter Initiative), practitioners in the field of future generations (Ombudspersons) and internationally recognized authorities on future justice governance (The Elders, World Future Council). Governments with established organic green economies and effective enabling policies that support sustainable agriculture and which address hunger and poverty will share their experiences. UN agencies and humanitarian organizations will outline how organic practices can unlock the potential of smallholder farmers for rural development and food and nutrition security. International volunteer organizations will present the case for integrating skilled volunteers into implementation strategies. IFOAM, the world?s organic farming umbrella organization, with 870 member organizations in 120 countries will confirm its contribution to the outcome of Rio+20 by outlining how it will facilitate the transition by systematically making its global networks and policy and technical expertise readily available to stakeholders. The panel will explore how Rio+20 can accelerate the uptake of organic agriculture including through its mainstreaming into policies and initiatives such as CAADP, CSA, Zero Net Land Degradation, Purchase for Progress, Zero Hunger Programs and global research programs. By many, the concept of Green Economy is seen as a major milestone towards a sustainable development. On the other hand, lot of NGOs have expressed deep concerns. In their view the discussions on Green Economy in the Rio+20 preparation process contribute to narrowing the idea of sustainable development to a one-sided concept that especially lacks equity, social justice and human rights. The Side Event will present the various views and discuss pathways to implement sustainable development in a way that integrates social equity, eco-justice and the preservation of the environment.

Best practices and technology opportunities for farmers in South America

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Social justice for future generations

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Mainstreaming Organic Agriculture as a Means of Implementation

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Green Economy and Equity

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Economic and policy drivers of deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

This side event aims at reviewing the recent economic and social drivers of the deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon region, as well as analyzing to which extent environmental policies have been effective in decreasing deforestation rates recently. New policy proposals that combine forest conservation and sustainable use with socioeconomic development and a greener economy in the Amazon will be discussed. The event starts with an introduction to policies that are in place to combat illegal forest loss and follows with presentations of new research results based on quantitative analyses of deforestation dynamics and their empirical linkages with economic variables and environmental regulations. Panelists will engage the audience in a debate focusing on potential ways to enhancing the effectiveness of forest conservation policies against the backdrop of social and economic development of the region as well as Brazil?s pledge to achieve the ambitious conservation targets proposed in Copenhagen. Youth are faced with unprecedented levels of unemployment. But the prospects of greening economies now offer potential for a wide range of new jobs to be created. The challenge is to seize the major opportunities for decent work the emerging new green sectors and by making existing jobs both more decent and greener at the same time. A sharper focus on youth may prove to be an important accelerator for making progress on all three dimensions of sustainable development. Significant progress can be made in poverty eradication and social inclusion by making green jobs a reality The side event would pave the way for a global partnership for green jobs, scaling up existing efforts, identifying the policy levers and crafting a global funding mechanism.

Green Jobs: a chance for Youth!

15/06/2012

11:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

PreCom:Press briefing Local initiative to rebuild community- Case from Fukushima oficina de biju com cmara de pneu e outros materiais/ oficina de cadernos ecologicos

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P3-7 (Riocentro) Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Analisa-se aspectos da sustentabilidade da gesto das polticas pblicas ambientais no Maranho. apresenta panorama da atuao do sistema estadual de meio ambiente e suas relaes. Discute a governana, os marcos institucionais e regulatrios da gesto socioambiental. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrante: Luzenice Macedo Martins, Consultora Legislativa de Meio Ambiente da Assembleia Legislativa do Estado do Maranho. Evento Pblico

Governana no Estado do Maranho: Um Olhar Sobre a Poltica

15/06/2012

13:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

Desenvolvimento de Baixo Carbono Seminrio Internacional \"Por Mudanas Radicais: Agricultura Familiar Camponesa e Agroecologia como Alternativa Crise do Sistema Agroalimentar Industrial\" International Forum on Mining, Climate Change and Peoples Movement II JORNADA INTERNACIONAL DE EDUCAO AMBIENTAL Tellavision Clothing Diashow Amianto/Asbesto: O Futuro que queremos sem Amianto PreCom: G77 - on UNCSD [cl] Sesso VDEO-SHOW A common framework to attain the full potential of forests for sustainable development Financing Sustainable Development, a trade union agenda: new global levies, wealth redistribution, role of pension funds Financing Sustainable Development, a trade union agenda: new global levies wealth redistribution, role of pension funds

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Parque dos Atletas Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo P3-5 (Riocentro) Parque dos Atletas Arena da Barra Arena da Barra P3-2 (Riocentro)

Sesso VDEO-SHOW Room UN3 Room UN4

A common framework to attain the full potential of forests for SD

15/06/2012

13:15:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Forests are a critical link in the transition to a green economy. Forests with their products and services have the potential to contribute to overcoming global challenges, such as poverty, water scarcity, need for employment, renewable energy, low-carbon economy, climate change and biodiversity loss. Yet realizing this potential requires the mainstreaming of proven mechanisms such as forest certification that promote and provide evidence of responsible forestry. Moreover, special attention must be paid to the some 25% of the world?s forests that are locally managed by families, communities and indigenous peoples. These groups face distinct challenges in accessing direct, tangible benefits from their forest resources and their ability to contribute to a green economy. This event presents framework conditions to guide forest certification and forest stakeholders, with a specific focus on the role of locally controlled forestry.

PreCom: PEFC International- full potential of forests for sust. dev. PreCom: Sustain Labour- Financing Sustainable Development PreCom: WECFProtecting our first environment PreCom: JUSCANZ Meeting [cl] PreCom: Mission of Australia - Informal meeting PreCom: Mission of Australia - Informal meeting Financing Sustainable Development, a trade union agenda: new global levies wealth redistribution, role of pension funds

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UN3 (Barra Arena)

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UN5 (Barra Arena) UN2 (Barra Arena) P3-3 (Riocentro) P3-4 (Riocentro) P3-G (Riocentro) P3-2 (Riocentro) Forests are a critical link in the transition to a green economy. Forests with their products and services have the potential to contribute to overcoming global challenges, such as poverty, water scarcity, need for employment, renewable energy, low-carbon economy, climate change and biodiversity loss. Yet realizing this potential requires the mainstreaming of proven mechanisms such as forest certification that promote and provide evidence of responsible forestry. Moreover, special attention must be paid to the some 25% of the world?s forests that are locally managed by families, communities and indigenous peoples. These groups face distinct challenges in accessing direct, tangible benefits from their forest resources and their ability to contribute to a green economy. This event presents framework conditions to guide forest certification and forest stakeholders, with a specific focus on the role of locally controlled forestry.

A common framework to attain the full potential of forests for SD

15/06/2012

13:15:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Financing Sustainable Development, a trade union agenda: new global levies wealth redistribution, role of pension funds

15/06/2012

13:15:00

P3-2 (Riocentro) Forests are a critical link in the transition to a green economy. Forests with their products and services have the potential to contribute to overcoming global challenges, such as poverty, water scarcity, need for employment, renewable energy, low-carbon economy, climate change and biodiversity loss. Yet realizing this potential requires the mainstreaming of proven mechanisms such as forest certification that promote and provide evidence of responsible forestry. Moreover, special attention must be paid to the some 25% of the world?s forests that are locally managed by families, communities and indigenous peoples. These groups face distinct challenges in accessing direct, tangible benefits from their forest resources and their ability to contribute to a green economy. This event presents framework conditions to guide forest certification and forest stakeholders, with a specific focus on the role of locally controlled forestry.

A common framework to attain the full potential of forests for SD

15/06/2012

13:15:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Clnica de Energia Solar Comit de Jovens Empreendedores - Rumos do Desenvolviumetno Sustentvel Sustainable Transport in the Cities of the Future

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Aterro do Flamengo Forte de Copacabana Riocentro Evento Fechado Presenting: Holger Dalkmann, Director EMBARQ Global efforts towards green economies and addressing poverty are sensitive to weather and climate variability and change. Development targets are at risk as food production, food security, disaster risk reduction, health epidemics, access to water, energy, tourism, etc., in many countries are dominated by weather and climate. Use of scientifically sound climate services can support better climate risk management, and in taking advantage of climate opportunities to increase productivity and promote sustainable development. There is a significant gap between needs for climate services and their current provision, particularly in least developed and developing countries. Present capabilities to provide climate services do not exploit all we know about climate, and are not delivering their full potential benefits. This event, organized by the World Meteorological Organization and partner UN agencies will provide information on the contribution of the Global Framework for Climate Services in support of greening of economies and poverty reduction

Contributing to the greening of economies and poverty alleviation

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Global Governance Mechanisms for Boosting Green Innovation

15/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-C (Riocentro)

Voices from Asia Pacific: Just and Sustainable Development Goals for Women

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

TEEB for Water and Wetlands

15/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Sustainable Transport in the Cities of the Future

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

It is expected that the Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development will lead to stronger political commitment by countries, major groups and international organizations for forging a credible institutional framework for a more sustainable development across the globe. Policies and action plans need to be formulated to steer the mainstream economy towards a greener path that can address the twin challenges of climate change and eradication of poverty. However, we need more innovation capacity to generate tools and mechanisms to transform broad concepts into practical results for the implementation of such commitments. This side event will discuss how we can develop international mechanisms to boost the capacity of societies to innovate in order to achieve the goals of sustainable development. This event will explore what a feminist, rights-based approach to development might look like. It will consider possible rights-based, sustainable and just development goals particularly relevant to Asia Pacific rural and indigenous women by assessing the progress and gaps for the last 20 years. Despite rural and indigenous women of Asia Pacific being most affected by unsustainable growth models of development, they are rarely the architects of global development policies. Yet rural and indigenous women have significant knowledge around sustainable practices and their development needs. This panel draws from a series of consultations with rural and indigenous women of Asia Pacific to propose some development indicators that are focused on the sustainable enjoyment of human rights where human rights principles of equality, non-discrimination, participation and representation, transparency and accountability, international cooperation and solidarity determine people?s development. The Millennium ecosystem assessment (MA, 2005) presented a solid evidence base on the loss of wetlands and associated loss of ecosystem services. This was a seminal piece of work, clarifying to the biodiversity community, and wider scientific establishment, the need for action. There was, however, insufficient policy response. This Side Event will provide an expert view from leading practitioners from the field of sustainable mobility in developed countries and emerging economies, and will conclude with proposals on including this topic in the outcome document of Rio+20. The Side Event will focus on sustainable transport in citites, to correspond to the secttion on citieis in the Zero Draft document. Partners are from the global public transport sector (metro, bus, railways), project specialists and research institutes. This Side Event would offer delegates the opportunity to cover all the key issues of sustainable mobility in cities in one single event. During the Rio Summit in 1992 it was decided to develop a Sustainable Development Index in the coming years. Countries and international organizations were invited to make their contribution. This target has not been fully achieved during the last 20 year. Several multi-stakeholders consultation processes conducted in Armenia within the framework of Rio + 20 preparation, analysis of different thematic and assessment reports, including Human development report and others. Experts? observations have revealed that those assessments and statement on the progress achieved doesn?t necessarily reflect the country?s reality. Taking into consideration that Armenia was one of the first countries piloting calculation of SD indexes, the Armenian Government decided to update the existing set of SD indicators and to present the country?s approaches to the issue at the side-event during the RIO+20 Conference, based on its own experience and recent achievements across the globe. Building the case for an integrated and collaborative model of Community Development for Urban or Rural community upgrading. By making available: Capital through Micro-Financing, Highly Efficient Housing with very low power requirements, Safe Water, Improved Food Production, and Efficient Energy Systems communities can be upgraded and set on the path to long term sustainability with income generating opportunities, low power consumption and higher plant yields. Providing the tools for these mechanisms is the most effective way to reduce poverty and change the living condition of families for generations. In this model the community is provided the tools, technology, training, and skills needed to set a new direction for their future One of the main topics at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Rio in June is green economy. But what should a green economy include? And how can a green economy lead to an equitable sustainable development? These two questions will be discussed at a side event arranged by the Danish 92 Group, Oil Change International and a group of other NGO representatives. The discussion will be lead by examining some of the key perspectives in the publication ?Building an Equitable Green Economy?publiced by the Danish 92 Group as an input to Rio+20, which is identifying elements of the green economy as a tool for sustainable development and provides a framework that assess the outcomes of Rio+20. Further, it presents five working principles that will be put in the context of the current discussions on Rio+20.

Sustainable Development index methodology-possible options

15/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Community Enabled Sustainable Development

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

How to create an equitable and sustainable green economy

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Commerce Environnement & Developpement

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Les problmes environnementaux lis au commerce international posent une srie de difficults. L?un des principaux dfis est le problme d?accs aux marchs internationaux aussi bien pour les produits agricoles que pour les produits industriels. Ces dfis se manifestent concrtement travers les subventions, les barrires techniques et les mesures sanitaires et phytosanitaires, entre autres. La situation du continent est d?autant plus difficile dans ce domaine, que peu de pays, sinon aucun, participent aux enceintes internationales d?laboration des normes et standards internationaux en matire environnementale. Les rgles qui naissent de ces processus ne sont pas toujours favorables l?accs des produits africains aux marchs des pays du Nord. Que ce soit pour les normes sanitaires ou phytosanitaires ou encore pour l?cotiquetage, les pays africains ont besoin d?une assistance technique renforce pour se garantir la mise en ?uvre technique des normes internationales. Biological diversity underpins ecosystem functioning and provides for food security, human health, the provision of clean air and water; it contributes to local livelihoods, and economic development, and is essential for the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, including poverty reduction. The Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, adopted by the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in 2010, and later endorsed by the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly, sets out a vision for a world of "Living in harmony with nature" where "By 2050, biodiversity is valued, conserved, restored and wisely used, maintaining ecosystem services, sustaining a healthy planet and delivering benefits essential for all people." The strategic plan and its vision represent a long-term plan that supports the three pillars of sustainable development. The side event will outline these linkages and a vision for the way forward. This side event offers both inspiration and transferable learning from local, national and international initiatives that are demonstrating a green economy in practice using the One Planet Living sustainability approach, framework and 10 guiding principles. In particular, Sustainable Development Goals and National Implementation Plans are being considered as important outcomes of Rio+20. Therefore governments will explain how their thinking is evolving with regard to developing and implementing SDGs and National Plans, and how they see the links to civil society and business, and the One Planet Living framework. There will be a number of commitments being made by civil society, business and governments for post- Rio+20 implementation: Presentations and commitments will be made by the governments of Belgium, Colombia and Kenya, multinational retailer Kingfisher plc, globally recognised planners and developers from Portugal and China- Pelicano and China Merchants Property Developer (CMPD), South America?s largest refridgeration supplier Imbera and international social enterprise BioRegional.

The Future We Want: Biodiversity in the Sustainable Development Goals

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Securing a sustainable and equitable future for all post-Rio+20

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

PreCom: APWLD- Voices from Asia Pacific: Just and SD goals for women PreCom: BioRegional Development Group PreCom: CBD- The Future We Want: Biodiversity in Sust. Dev. Goals PreCom: ENDA Tiers Monde- Commerce Environnement & Developpement PreCom: Global 2000 (2012)- International Community Enabled Sust Dev PreCom: Ramsar Convention- TEEB for Water and Wetlands PreCom PrepCom: United Nations University (UNU) PreCom: World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

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T-3 (Riocentro) T-4 (Riocentro) T-2 (Riocentro) T-10 (Riocentro)

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

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P3-6 (Riocentro) T-5 (Riocentro) T-6 (Riocentro) P3-2 (Riocentro)

Global efforts towards green economies and addressing poverty are sensitive to weather and climate variability and change. Development targets are at risk as food production, food security, disaster risk reduction, health epidemics, access to water, energy, tourism, etc., in many countries are dominated by weather and climate. Use of scientifically sound climate services can support better climate risk management, and in taking advantage of climate opportunities to increase productivity and promote sustainable development. Contributing to the greening of economies and poverty alleviation 15/06/2012 13:30:00 T-3 (Riocentro) There is a significant gap between needs for climate services and their current provision, particularly in least developed and developing countries. Present capabilities to provide climate services do not exploit all we know about climate, and are not delivering their full potential benefits. This event, organized by the World Meteorological Organization and partner UN agencies will provide information on the contribution of the Global Framework for Climate Services in support of greening of economies and poverty reduction It is expected that the Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development will lead to stronger political commitment by countries, major groups and international organizations for forging a credible institutional framework for a more sustainable development across the globe. Policies and action plans need to be formulated to steer the mainstream economy towards a greener path that can address the twin challenges of climate change and eradication of poverty. However, we need more innovation capacity to generate tools and mechanisms to transform broad concepts into practical results for the implementation of such commitments. This side event will discuss how we can develop international mechanisms to boost the capacity of societies to innovate in order to achieve the goals of sustainable development. This event will explore what a feminist, rights-based approach to development might look like. It will consider possible rights-based, sustainable and just development goals particularly relevant to Asia Pacific rural and indigenous women by assessing the progress and gaps for the last 20 years. Despite rural and indigenous women of Asia Pacific being most affected by unsustainable growth models of development, they are rarely the architects of global development policies. Yet rural and indigenous women have significant knowledge around sustainable practices and their development needs. This panel draws from a series of consultations with rural and indigenous women of Asia Pacific to propose some development indicators that are focused on the sustainable enjoyment of human rights where human rights principles of equality, non-discrimination, participation and representation, transparency and accountability, international cooperation and solidarity determine people?s development. The Millennium ecosystem assessment (MA, 2005) presented a solid evidence base on the loss of wetlands and associated loss of ecosystem services. This was a seminal piece of work, clarifying to the biodiversity community, and wider scientific establishment, the need for action. There was, however, insufficient policy response. This Side Event will provide an expert view from leading practitioners from the field of sustainable mobility in developed countries and emerging economies, and will conclude with proposals on including this topic in the outcome document of Rio+20. The Side Event will focus on sustainable transport in citites, to correspond to the secttion on citieis in the Zero Draft document. Partners are from the global public transport sector (metro, bus, railways), project specialists and research institutes. This Side Event would offer delegates the opportunity to cover all the key issues of sustainable mobility in cities in one single event. During the Rio Summit in 1992 it was decided to develop a Sustainable Development Index in the coming years. Countries and international organizations were invited to make their contribution. This target has not been fully achieved during the last 20 year. Several multi-stakeholders consultation processes conducted in Armenia within the framework of Rio + 20 preparation, analysis of different thematic and assessment reports, including Human development report and others. Experts? observations have revealed that those assessments and statement on the progress achieved doesn?t necessarily reflect the country?s reality. Taking into consideration that Armenia was one of the first countries piloting calculation of SD indexes, the Armenian Government decided to update the existing set of SD indicators and to present the country?s approaches to the issue at the side-event during the RIO+20 Conference, based on its own experience and recent achievements across the globe. Building the case for an integrated and collaborative model of Community Development for Urban or Rural community upgrading. By making available: Capital through Micro-Financing, Highly Efficient Housing with very low power requirements, Safe Water, Improved Food Production, and Efficient Energy Systems communities can be upgraded and set on the path to long term sustainability with income generating opportunities, low power consumption and higher plant yields. Providing the tools for these mechanisms is the most effective way to reduce poverty and change the living condition of families for generations. In this model the community is provided the tools, technology, training, and skills needed to set a new direction for their future

Global Governance Mechanisms for Boosting Green Innovation

15/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-C (Riocentro)

Voices from Asia Pacific: Just and Sustainable Development Goals for Women

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

TEEB for Water and Wetlands

15/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Sustainable Transport in the Cities of the Future

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Sustainable Development index methodology-possible options

15/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Community Enabled Sustainable Development

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

How to create an equitable and sustainable green economy

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

One of the main topics at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Rio in June is green economy. But what should a green economy include? And how can a green economy lead to an equitable sustainable development? These two questions will be discussed at a side event arranged by the Danish 92 Group, Oil Change International and a group of other NGO representatives. The discussion will be lead by examining some of the key perspectives in the publication ?Building an Equitable Green Economy?publiced by the Danish 92 Group as an input to Rio+20, which is identifying elements of the green economy as a tool for sustainable development and provides a framework that assess the outcomes of Rio+20. Further, it presents five working principles that will be put in the context of the current discussions on Rio+20. Les problmes environnementaux lis au commerce international posent une srie de difficults. L?un des principaux dfis est le problme d?accs aux marchs internationaux aussi bien pour les produits agricoles que pour les produits industriels. Ces dfis se manifestent concrtement travers les subventions, les barrires techniques et les mesures sanitaires et phytosanitaires, entre autres. La situation du continent est d?autant plus difficile dans ce domaine, que peu de pays, sinon aucun, participent aux enceintes internationales d?laboration des normes et standards internationaux en matire environnementale. Les rgles qui naissent de ces processus ne sont pas toujours favorables l?accs des produits africains aux marchs des pays du Nord. Que ce soit pour les normes sanitaires ou phytosanitaires ou encore pour l?cotiquetage, les pays africains ont besoin d?une assistance technique renforce pour se garantir la mise en ?uvre technique des normes internationales. Biological diversity underpins ecosystem functioning and provides for food security, human health, the provision of clean air and water; it contributes to local livelihoods, and economic development, and is essential for the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, including poverty reduction. The Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, adopted by the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in 2010, and later endorsed by the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly, sets out a vision for a world of "Living in harmony with nature" where "By 2050, biodiversity is valued, conserved, restored and wisely used, maintaining ecosystem services, sustaining a healthy planet and delivering benefits essential for all people." The strategic plan and its vision represent a long-term plan that supports the three pillars of sustainable development. The side event will outline these linkages and a vision for the way forward. This side event offers both inspiration and transferable learning from local, national and international initiatives that are demonstrating a green economy in practice using the One Planet Living sustainability approach, framework and 10 guiding principles. In particular, Sustainable Development Goals and National Implementation Plans are being considered as important outcomes of Rio+20. Therefore governments will explain how their thinking is evolving with regard to developing and implementing SDGs and National Plans, and how they see the links to civil society and business, and the One Planet Living framework. There will be a number of commitments being made by civil society, business and governments for post- Rio+20 implementation: Presentations and commitments will be made by the governments of Belgium, Colombia and Kenya, multinational retailer Kingfisher plc, globally recognised planners and developers from Portugal and China- Pelicano and China Merchants Property Developer (CMPD), South America?s largest refridgeration supplier Imbera and international social enterprise BioRegional. Global efforts towards green economies and addressing poverty are sensitive to weather and climate variability and change. Development targets are at risk as food production, food security, disaster risk reduction, health epidemics, access to water, energy, tourism, etc., in many countries are dominated by weather and climate. Use of scientifically sound climate services can support better climate risk management, and in taking advantage of climate opportunities to increase productivity and promote sustainable development.

Commerce Environnement & Developpement

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

The Future We Want: Biodiversity in the Sustainable Development Goals

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Securing a sustainable and equitable future for all post-Rio+20

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Contributing to the greening of economies and poverty alleviation

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro) There is a significant gap between needs for climate services and their current provision, particularly in least developed and developing countries. Present capabilities to provide climate services do not exploit all we know about climate, and are not delivering their full potential benefits. This event, organized by the World Meteorological Organization and partner UN agencies will provide information on the contribution of the Global Framework for Climate Services in support of greening of economies and poverty reduction

Global Governance Mechanisms for Boosting Green Innovation

15/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-C (Riocentro)

Voices from Asia Pacific: Just and Sustainable Development Goals for Women

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

TEEB for Water and Wetlands

15/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Sustainable Transport in the Cities of the Future

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

It is expected that the Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development will lead to stronger political commitment by countries, major groups and international organizations for forging a credible institutional framework for a more sustainable development across the globe. Policies and action plans need to be formulated to steer the mainstream economy towards a greener path that can address the twin challenges of climate change and eradication of poverty. However, we need more innovation capacity to generate tools and mechanisms to transform broad concepts into practical results for the implementation of such commitments. This side event will discuss how we can develop international mechanisms to boost the capacity of societies to innovate in order to achieve the goals of sustainable development. This event will explore what a feminist, rights-based approach to development might look like. It will consider possible rights-based, sustainable and just development goals particularly relevant to Asia Pacific rural and indigenous women by assessing the progress and gaps for the last 20 years. Despite rural and indigenous women of Asia Pacific being most affected by unsustainable growth models of development, they are rarely the architects of global development policies. Yet rural and indigenous women have significant knowledge around sustainable practices and their development needs. This panel draws from a series of consultations with rural and indigenous women of Asia Pacific to propose some development indicators that are focused on the sustainable enjoyment of human rights where human rights principles of equality, non-discrimination, participation and representation, transparency and accountability, international cooperation and solidarity determine people?s development. The Millennium ecosystem assessment (MA, 2005) presented a solid evidence base on the loss of wetlands and associated loss of ecosystem services. This was a seminal piece of work, clarifying to the biodiversity community, and wider scientific establishment, the need for action. There was, however, insufficient policy response. This Side Event will provide an expert view from leading practitioners from the field of sustainable mobility in developed countries and emerging economies, and will conclude with proposals on including this topic in the outcome document of Rio+20. The Side Event will focus on sustainable transport in citites, to correspond to the secttion on citieis in the Zero Draft document. Partners are from the global public transport sector (metro, bus, railways), project specialists and research institutes. This Side Event would offer delegates the opportunity to cover all the key issues of sustainable mobility in cities in one single event. During the Rio Summit in 1992 it was decided to develop a Sustainable Development Index in the coming years. Countries and international organizations were invited to make their contribution. This target has not been fully achieved during the last 20 year. Several multi-stakeholders consultation processes conducted in Armenia within the framework of Rio + 20 preparation, analysis of different thematic and assessment reports, including Human development report and others. Experts? observations have revealed that those assessments and statement on the progress achieved doesn?t necessarily reflect the country?s reality. Taking into consideration that Armenia was one of the first countries piloting calculation of SD indexes, the Armenian Government decided to update the existing set of SD indicators and to present the country?s approaches to the issue at the side-event during the RIO+20 Conference, based on its own experience and recent achievements across the globe. Building the case for an integrated and collaborative model of Community Development for Urban or Rural community upgrading. By making available: Capital through Micro-Financing, Highly Efficient Housing with very low power requirements, Safe Water, Improved Food Production, and Efficient Energy Systems communities can be upgraded and set on the path to long term sustainability with income generating opportunities, low power consumption and higher plant yields. Providing the tools for these mechanisms is the most effective way to reduce poverty and change the living condition of families for generations. In this model the community is provided the tools, technology, training, and skills needed to set a new direction for their future One of the main topics at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Rio in June is green economy. But what should a green economy include? And how can a green economy lead to an equitable sustainable development? These two questions will be discussed at a side event arranged by the Danish 92 Group, Oil Change International and a group of other NGO representatives. The discussion will be lead by examining some of the key perspectives in the publication ?Building an Equitable Green Economy?publiced by the Danish 92 Group as an input to Rio+20, which is identifying elements of the green economy as a tool for sustainable development and provides a framework that assess the outcomes of Rio+20. Further, it presents five working principles that will be put in the context of the current discussions on Rio+20.

Sustainable Development index methodology-possible options

15/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Community Enabled Sustainable Development

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

How to create an equitable and sustainable green economy

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Commerce Environnement & Developpement

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Les problmes environnementaux lis au commerce international posent une srie de difficults. L?un des principaux dfis est le problme d?accs aux marchs internationaux aussi bien pour les produits agricoles que pour les produits industriels. Ces dfis se manifestent concrtement travers les subventions, les barrires techniques et les mesures sanitaires et phytosanitaires, entre autres. La situation du continent est d?autant plus difficile dans ce domaine, que peu de pays, sinon aucun, participent aux enceintes internationales d?laboration des normes et standards internationaux en matire environnementale. Les rgles qui naissent de ces processus ne sont pas toujours favorables l?accs des produits africains aux marchs des pays du Nord. Que ce soit pour les normes sanitaires ou phytosanitaires ou encore pour l?cotiquetage, les pays africains ont besoin d?une assistance technique renforce pour se garantir la mise en ?uvre technique des normes internationales. Biological diversity underpins ecosystem functioning and provides for food security, human health, the provision of clean air and water; it contributes to local livelihoods, and economic development, and is essential for the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, including poverty reduction. The Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, adopted by the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in 2010, and later endorsed by the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly, sets out a vision for a world of "Living in harmony with nature" where "By 2050, biodiversity is valued, conserved, restored and wisely used, maintaining ecosystem services, sustaining a healthy planet and delivering benefits essential for all people." The strategic plan and its vision represent a long-term plan that supports the three pillars of sustainable development. The side event will outline these linkages and a vision for the way forward. This side event offers both inspiration and transferable learning from local, national and international initiatives that are demonstrating a green economy in practice using the One Planet Living sustainability approach, framework and 10 guiding principles. In particular, Sustainable Development Goals and National Implementation Plans are being considered as important outcomes of Rio+20. Therefore governments will explain how their thinking is evolving with regard to developing and implementing SDGs and National Plans, and how they see the links to civil society and business, and the One Planet Living framework. There will be a number of commitments being made by civil society, business and governments for post- Rio+20 implementation: Presentations and commitments will be made by the governments of Belgium, Colombia and Kenya, multinational retailer Kingfisher plc, globally recognised planners and developers from Portugal and China- Pelicano and China Merchants Property Developer (CMPD), South America?s largest refridgeration supplier Imbera and international social enterprise BioRegional.

The Future We Want: Biodiversity in the Sustainable Development Goals

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Securing a sustainable and equitable future for all post-Rio+20

15/06/2012

13:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Uma Nova Terra e possivel... mas depende de nossas escolhas

15/06/2012

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MAM

Liderana para a Sustentabilidade

15/06/2012

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Aterro do Flamengo

Uma jornada que passar por diferentes solues planetrias para a crise econmica, ambiental, poltica e acima de tudo a crise da conscincia, mostrando que tudo que precisamos para transformar o planeta j est disponvel, s precisamos aplicar elas na prtica e enxergar tudo de uma forma sagrada. A palestra tem o objetivo de capacitar e estimular empresrios de MPE s novas exigncias de mercado, bem como a importncia da sustentabilidade em todo o processo de atendimento. Discorrer ainda sobre os grandes temas da sustentabilidade empresarial, bem como os seus desafios apontando que a liderana, na perspectiva da sustentabilidade, avalia, minimiza ou at elimina impactos negativos no negcio. A partir da contextualizao do processo de desenvolvimento em curso em Pernambuco, se destacar as estratgias de planejamento integrado e viso sistmica frente as novas reas da economia verde no Estado, enfatizando as polticas ambientais, a atuao em rede, as novas tecnologias, a implementao das unidades de conservao e os novos empreendimentos sustentveis. Destaque ser dado para o projeto de lei Pernambuco Sustentvel que tem como objetivo estimular a eficincia de gesto nas reas hdrica e energtica, oferecendo incentivos fiscais para projetos relacionados a fontes de energia renovveis. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Srgio Luis de Carvalho Xavier Secretrio de Meio Ambiente e Sustentabilidade do Estado de Pernambuco.

Oportunidades da Economia Verde em Pernambuco

15/06/2012

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Parque dos Atletas

Ao da Cidadanai Global pelo Desenvolvimento Sustentvel e contra a destruio da Terra Raw Materials Initiative, polticas UE y TLCs Por uma cultura da natureza e do ser humano Atividade Autogestionada de Articulao

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SEMINRIO BOAS PRTICAS I Encontro das Juventudes Anticapitalistas na Cpula dos Povos HABITAO A violao diria dos direitos humanos sociais e ambientas nas favelas Experiencias de cooperao entre o trabalho tecnico em urbanismo e a luta social das populaes locais pela preservao dos ambientes naturais e dos ambientes culturais em unidades de conservao no Rio de Janeiro. Seminrio A Psicologia e o Compromisso com a Construo do Bem Comum Compartiendo caminos de lucha, de la resistencia a la propuesta. Empowering youth for socio-ecological alternatives Plenria da Campanha pelo direito comunicao e liberdade de expresso para todos/as, em defesa de um novo marco regulatrio para as comunicaes Prosa Rocinha na Crista da Onda( Roda de Conversa) As Culturas Populares e Tradicionais como Paradigmas para o Desenvolvimento Sustentvel Planeta Juventude em Ao EMPODERAMIENTO DE GENERO Climate Change and Human Rights Oficina de Empreendedorismo Social e Liderana no Mundo do Trabalho Bancos de desenvolvimento: Qual seu papel,? um olhar critico e comparado Lanamento da Rede Brasileira da Carta da Terra Ciclo de testemunha Como desenvolver cidades com praticas sustentveis? Direitos Humanos,Justia Social e Meio Ambiente Sustentvel Reigning in the power of money and finance: Transforming it to work for social and environmental justice; Transformemos el reinado del dinero y las finanzas en justicia social y ambiental. FAVELAS: SINAL DE TRANSFORMAO NO ESPAO URBANO Defense of the Commons against Mercantilization Roda de conversa sobre a Invisibilidade do povo negro, durante o lanamento da revista Espelho Negro NANOTECNOLOGIA, JUSTICA SOCIAL E AMBIENTAL / NANOTECHNOLOGY, SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE Deficiencia, Acessibilidade e Desenvolvimento Sustentavel NEGRAS E NEGROS COMPARTILHANDO O PODER roda de conversa Integrao socioambiental das entidades de pesca do Estado do Rio de Janeiro Debate Oficina da UPMS: Sade, sustentabilidade e bien vivir Exposio de artes, Depte,esportes e dana, Debate sobre politica economia e sociedade haitiana- Musica video e apresentao do Vodou (religiio predominante do Haiti) As Experincias dos Movimentos Sociais na Promoo da Equidade em Sade Forum: Minerao: criando espaos de resoluo de conflitos Forum: Dialgos sustentveis - Caminhos para a Economia Verde (Arapyau/ Funbio)

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Oficina teatral- Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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Casa da Gvea

Jogos Dramticos. Tema: Cotidiano TECNOLOGIAS SUSTENTVEIS PARA CONTROLE, OPERAO E GESTO DE SISTEMAS ELETRICOS EM TEMPO REAL Iniciativa Rio+20 da AICESIS Territrio Global das Mulheres Forum: Orquestra Sonidos dela Tierra Exposiio de fotografia pera de Acar - Ocupao ABC Urbana www.imaginario.etc.br Lanamento Selo Rio+20 PreCom: Plenary PreCom: G77- on UNCSD [cl] PreCom: Mission of Australia- Informal meeting PrepCom: Mission of Brazil - Informal Meeting TECNOLOGIAS SUSTENTVEIS PARA SISTEMAS DE DISTRIBUIO DE ENERGIA ELTRICA Mesa de dialogo com os lideres religiosos Seminrio Internacional,Por Mudanas Radicais: Agricultura Familiar Camponesa e Agroecologia como Alternativa Crise do Sistema Agroalimentar Industrial Sem justia social e ambiental no h futuro International Forum on Mining, Climate Change and Peoples Movement As importncias do Cdigo Florestal El rol de las organizaciones sociales en el cambio de paradigma en Amriica Latina Painel 1: Contedo Verde - Educao para Transio Painel 2: Preparando Lderes Verdes

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CASA DA GVEA

Luisa Thir reunir alunos e ex alunos da Casa da Gvea (onde ministra oficinas de teatro para adolescentes h 15 anos), para um mergulho teatral. Cenas, esquetes, stand ups, em torno do tema " Cotidiano". Jogos dramticos com a criao e participao da plateia numa divertida e coletiva reflexo sobre o dia a dia." Entrada Franca Luisa Thir reunir alunos e ex alunos da Casa da Gvea (onde ministra oficinas de teatro para adolescentes h 15 anos), para um mergulho teatral. Cenas, esquetes, stand ups, em torno do tema " Cotidiano". Jogos dramticos com a criao e participao da plateia numa divertida e coletiva reflexao sobre o dia a dia. TECNOLOGIAS SUSTENTVEIS PARA CONTROLE, OPERAO E GESTO DE SISTEMAS ELETRICOS EM TEMPO REAL O Conselho de Desenvolvimento Econmico e Social da Presidncia da Repblica (CDES) convida para participao nos debates inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) Mostra de fotografias dos alunos do Centro Popular pera de Acari - Entrada Franca

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Parque dos Atletas Confederao Nacional do Comrcio Aterro do Flamengo Forte de Copacabana

Parque dos Atletas P3-2 (Riocentro) P3-5 (Riocentro) P3-4 (Riocentro) T-6 (Riocentro) Parque dos Atletas Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Planetrio da Gvea Planetrio da Gvea

Lanamento Selo Rio+20

TECNOLOGIAS SUSTENTVEIS PARA SISTEMAS DE DISTRIBUIO DE ENERGIA ELTRICA

Inscries limitadas (rsvp@rio-20.org) : Como as instituies de ensino devem atuar na formao ou no desenvolvimento de seus alunos / profissionais diante da economia verde? Inscries limitadas (rsvp@rio-20.org) : Qual deve ser o perfil dos lderes e quais competncias eles devem ter? Como o RH deve atuar para formar novos lderes dentro da nova ordem de economia verde? The preparatory process for Rio+20 has called for renewed attention to the social dimensions of development. However, the green economy and sustainable development debates have largely been dominated by economic and environmental concerns. This side event brings together policy-relevant lessons from recent research by UNRISD, UNESCO and ISSC with a focus on how narratives both reflect and shape social change. Sustainability calls for judgements about connections between heterogeneous beings linked by diffuse and uncertain connections. Achieving sustainability depends on a strong knowledge base, effectively deployed, but it cannot be thought of purely in technical or epistemic terms. What is required is a reflexive relation between agents accepting responsibility for the very long-term effects of their actions and the non-humans and systems to which they relate. Sustainability thus calls into question both identity and orientation in the world. This means that sustainability cannot be achieved without being imagined, and cannot be imagined without being inscribed in narratives. The side event will focus on an alternative narrative of sustainable development emphasizing the gaps and barriers that need to be overcome in order for the social dimensions of green economy to be better integrated into green economy decision-making

Integrating the social dimensions of green economy into policy

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Connecting the dots: science, the IPCC and the policy picture

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Policy-makers need to base their decisions on firm foundations. This is particularly important when addressing complex environmental, economic and social issues such as climate change. The IPCC was founded in 1988 to prepare a comprehensive and unbiased assessment of the risks of anthropogenic climate change, which provided the basis for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and it continues to provide scientific and technical information to support the Convention. The importance of IPCC assessments for the UNFCCC was highlighted in the Durban decisions and the IPCC?s rigorous assessment process has become a template for science-based assessments work. Besides comprehensive assessment reports, the IPCC produces special reports on emerging and other issues relevant for policy implementation and risk management at a country level. An examination of two recent special reports will take two of the key themes of the Conference, disaster risk reduction and energy, as examples. The planet is facing multiple environmental crises and many of them mediated through water. The escalating water challenges result in human communities without access to water for their basic livelihood needs and ecosystems and species that suffer destruction and extinction. Globalized industrial agri-food systems are a big part of the problem. An essential component of effective, sustainable water governance is right to water ? right to water to meet the basic needs of people and to help ensure ecosystem sustenance locally. By contrast, our environmental laws permit a ?race to the bottom? system that legalizes pollution and over-diversion. Legal recognition of rights of people, waterways, and species to water for life and well-being is necessary, to help guide new governance systems that encourage respectful use of water rather than a system that is based on commodification of nature, to ensure the security of current and future generations of people and species. "Biodiversity markets are on [the] trajectory from futuristic to unremarkable." - State of Biodiversity Markets (2010) The need to protect ecosystem services (ES) is well recognised, but existing approaches have failed to stem their decline. One option is to rely on a market to 'price' these valuable services and provide a more sustainable level. Which ecosystem services are best fitted for market based measures, and what principles should the measures rely on? FORES presents the results of their report ?Using markets to supply ecosystem services: how to make it happen and invites a broader discussion on the opportunities and challenges of using environmental markets to improve the supply of ES. Natural capital - our ecosystems, biodiversity and natural resources - is fundamental to the wellbeing and sustainable development of our societies. The annual value of services provided by nature is in the trillions of dollars. Too often, however, financial capital is deployed against natural capital, destroying long-term sustainability of our environment, as well as the human economy.

On Right to Water, Green Economy and Right based approaches to Sustainable Development

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Using markets to supply ecosystem services: how to make it happen?

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Engaging the private sector and catalysing change: a focus on REDD+

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

The side event will discuss the impacts that the ?business-as-usual? economic model is having on the planet?s ecosystems, people and biodiversity, as well as innovative ways for engaging private in forest conservation and land based sustainable activities. The barriers to shifting from today?s model to one in which natural capital is more accurately valued will be examined, as will potential pathways towards positive transformation and examples of private sector leadership and potential for replication and scale. How can youth capture international momentum toward Rio+20 and cultivate innovative action that builds upon the achievements of Rio+20, while working to address its potential shortcomings? To begin answering this question, this side event will engage young leaders from around the world to share their successes, as well as their concerns, ideas and visions for achieving The Future We Want. Twenty-first century challenges to global environmental security will require an unprecedented solidarity of purpose and concert of action from a well-prepared global society. Policy-makers are in a position to decide what to do and when to act based upon available evidence and their beliefs about the risks and benefits of a green economy strategy, including the development of institutional frameworks on sustainable development. Currently, we are using 19th and 20th century approaches and models to address 21st century issues. In order to increase the responsive capacity of nation states based upon 21st century models, then governance structures for sustainable development must be created as "learning systems" to understand what is working, what is not, what are the potential options. A successful outcome from Rio+20 would be a systems-wide framework that engages the public where attempts to meliorate one issue can alter or even exacerbate the impacts of another.

What Comes Next? An Interactive Dialogue on Youth Movements Beyond Rio

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Framing SD Policy Dialogues: A Well-Prepared Society

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

PreCom: IATP

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

PreCom: IDESAMEngaging the private sector and catalysing change PreCom: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) PreCom: SustainUSWhat Comes Next? An Interactive Dialogue on Youth PreCom: UNRISDsocial dimensions of green economy into policy PreCom: Worldview Impact Foundation- Framing SD Policy Dialogues PreCom: Brazil- Low Carbon Agriculture PreCom: Carbon Disclosure Project PreCom: Centre for Environment Education PreCom: Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL) PreCom: Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL) PreCom: IISD- Green procurement: Cross cutting for green gowth PreCom: UNODCNatural resources crimes a challenge to sust. dev.

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T-3 (Riocentro) T-6 (Riocentro) T-9 (Riocentro)

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T-5 (Riocentro)

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T-4 (Riocentro) T-9 (Riocentro) T-6 (Riocentro) T-5 (Riocentro) T-8 (Riocentro)

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T-3 (Riocentro) T-10 (Riocentro) T-4 (Riocentro) The preparatory process for Rio+20 has called for renewed attention to the social dimensions of development. However, the green economy and sustainable development debates have largely been dominated by economic and environmental concerns. This side event brings together policy-relevant lessons from recent research by UNRISD, UNESCO and ISSC with a focus on how narratives both reflect and shape social change. Sustainability calls for judgements about connections between heterogeneous beings linked by diffuse and uncertain connections. Achieving sustainability depends on a strong knowledge base, effectively deployed, but it cannot be thought of purely in technical or epistemic terms. What is required is a reflexive relation between agents accepting responsibility for the very long-term effects of their actions and the non-humans and systems to which they relate. Sustainability thus calls into question both identity and orientation in the world. This means that sustainability cannot be achieved without being imagined, and cannot be imagined without being inscribed in narratives. The side event will focus on an alternative narrative of sustainable development emphasizing the gaps and barriers that need to be overcome in order for the social dimensions of green economy to be better integrated into green economy decision-making Policy-makers need to base their decisions on firm foundations. This is particularly important when addressing complex environmental, economic and social issues such as climate change. The IPCC was founded in 1988 to prepare a comprehensive and unbiased assessment of the risks of anthropogenic climate change, which provided the basis for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and it continues to provide scientific and technical information to support the Convention. The importance of IPCC assessments for the UNFCCC was highlighted in the Durban decisions and the IPCC?s rigorous assessment process has become a template for science-based assessments work. Besides comprehensive assessment reports, the IPCC produces special reports on emerging and other issues relevant for policy implementation and risk management at a country level. An examination of two recent special reports will take two of the key themes of the Conference, disaster risk reduction and energy, as examples.

Integrating the social dimensions of green economy into policy

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Connecting the dots: science, the IPCC and the policy picture

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

On Right to Water, Green Economy and Right based approaches to Sustainable Development

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

The planet is facing multiple environmental crises and many of them mediated through water. The escalating water challenges result in human communities without access to water for their basic livelihood needs and ecosystems and species that suffer destruction and extinction. Globalized industrial agri-food systems are a big part of the problem. An essential component of effective, sustainable water governance is right to water ? right to water to meet the basic needs of people and to help ensure ecosystem sustenance locally. By contrast, our environmental laws permit a ?race to the bottom? system that legalizes pollution and over-diversion. Legal recognition of rights of people, waterways, and species to water for life and well-being is necessary, to help guide new governance systems that encourage respectful use of water rather than a system that is based on commodification of nature, to ensure the security of current and future generations of people and species. "Biodiversity markets are on [the] trajectory from futuristic to unremarkable." - State of Biodiversity Markets (2010) The need to protect ecosystem services (ES) is well recognised, but existing approaches have failed to stem their decline. One option is to rely on a market to 'price' these valuable services and provide a more sustainable level. Which ecosystem services are best fitted for market based measures, and what principles should the measures rely on? FORES presents the results of their report ?Using markets to supply ecosystem services: how to make it happen and invites a broader discussion on the opportunities and challenges of using environmental markets to improve the supply of ES. Natural capital - our ecosystems, biodiversity and natural resources - is fundamental to the wellbeing and sustainable development of our societies. The annual value of services provided by nature is in the trillions of dollars. Too often, however, financial capital is deployed against natural capital, destroying long-term sustainability of our environment, as well as the human economy.

Using markets to supply ecosystem services: how to make it happen?

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Engaging the private sector and catalysing change: a focus on REDD+

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

The side event will discuss the impacts that the ?business-as-usual? economic model is having on the planet?s ecosystems, people and biodiversity, as well as innovative ways for engaging private in forest conservation and land based sustainable activities. The barriers to shifting from today?s model to one in which natural capital is more accurately valued will be examined, as will potential pathways towards positive transformation and examples of private sector leadership and potential for replication and scale. How can youth capture international momentum toward Rio+20 and cultivate innovative action that builds upon the achievements of Rio+20, while working to address its potential shortcomings? To begin answering this question, this side event will engage young leaders from around the world to share their successes, as well as their concerns, ideas and visions for achieving The Future We Want. Twenty-first century challenges to global environmental security will require an unprecedented solidarity of purpose and concert of action from a well-prepared global society. Policy-makers are in a position to decide what to do and when to act based upon available evidence and their beliefs about the risks and benefits of a green economy strategy, including the development of institutional frameworks on sustainable development. Currently, we are using 19th and 20th century approaches and models to address 21st century issues. In order to increase the responsive capacity of nation states based upon 21st century models, then governance structures for sustainable development must be created as "learning systems" to understand what is working, what is not, what are the potential options. A successful outcome from Rio+20 would be a systems-wide framework that engages the public where attempts to meliorate one issue can alter or even exacerbate the impacts of another. The preparatory process for Rio+20 has called for renewed attention to the social dimensions of development. However, the green economy and sustainable development debates have largely been dominated by economic and environmental concerns. This side event brings together policy-relevant lessons from recent research by UNRISD, UNESCO and ISSC with a focus on how narratives both reflect and shape social change. Sustainability calls for judgements about connections between heterogeneous beings linked by diffuse and uncertain connections. Achieving sustainability depends on a strong knowledge base, effectively deployed, but it cannot be thought of purely in technical or epistemic terms. What is required is a reflexive relation between agents accepting responsibility for the very long-term effects of their actions and the non-humans and systems to which they relate. Sustainability thus calls into question both identity and orientation in the world. This means that sustainability cannot be achieved without being imagined, and cannot be imagined without being inscribed in narratives. The side event will focus on an alternative narrative of sustainable development emphasizing the gaps and barriers that need to be overcome in order for the social dimensions of green economy to be better integrated into green economy decision-making

What Comes Next? An Interactive Dialogue on Youth Movements Beyond Rio

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Framing SD Policy Dialogues: A Well-Prepared Society

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Integrating the social dimensions of green economy into policy

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Connecting the dots: science, the IPCC and the policy picture

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Policy-makers need to base their decisions on firm foundations. This is particularly important when addressing complex environmental, economic and social issues such as climate change. The IPCC was founded in 1988 to prepare a comprehensive and unbiased assessment of the risks of anthropogenic climate change, which provided the basis for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and it continues to provide scientific and technical information to support the Convention. The importance of IPCC assessments for the UNFCCC was highlighted in the Durban decisions and the IPCC?s rigorous assessment process has become a template for science-based assessments work. Besides comprehensive assessment reports, the IPCC produces special reports on emerging and other issues relevant for policy implementation and risk management at a country level. An examination of two recent special reports will take two of the key themes of the Conference, disaster risk reduction and energy, as examples. The planet is facing multiple environmental crises and many of them mediated through water. The escalating water challenges result in human communities without access to water for their basic livelihood needs and ecosystems and species that suffer destruction and extinction. Globalized industrial agri-food systems are a big part of the problem. An essential component of effective, sustainable water governance is right to water ? right to water to meet the basic needs of people and to help ensure ecosystem sustenance locally. By contrast, our environmental laws permit a ?race to the bottom? system that legalizes pollution and over-diversion. Legal recognition of rights of people, waterways, and species to water for life and well-being is necessary, to help guide new governance systems that encourage respectful use of water rather than a system that is based on commodification of nature, to ensure the security of current and future generations of people and species. "Biodiversity markets are on [the] trajectory from futuristic to unremarkable." - State of Biodiversity Markets (2010) The need to protect ecosystem services (ES) is well recognised, but existing approaches have failed to stem their decline. One option is to rely on a market to 'price' these valuable services and provide a more sustainable level. Which ecosystem services are best fitted for market based measures, and what principles should the measures rely on? FORES presents the results of their report ?Using markets to supply ecosystem services: how to make it happen and invites a broader discussion on the opportunities and challenges of using environmental markets to improve the supply of ES. Natural capital - our ecosystems, biodiversity and natural resources - is fundamental to the wellbeing and sustainable development of our societies. The annual value of services provided by nature is in the trillions of dollars. Too often, however, financial capital is deployed against natural capital, destroying long-term sustainability of our environment, as well as the human economy.

On Right to Water, Green Economy and Right based approaches to Sustainable Development

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Using markets to supply ecosystem services: how to make it happen?

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Engaging the private sector and catalysing change: a focus on REDD+

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

The side event will discuss the impacts that the ?business-as-usual? economic model is having on the planet?s ecosystems, people and biodiversity, as well as innovative ways for engaging private in forest conservation and land based sustainable activities. The barriers to shifting from today?s model to one in which natural capital is more accurately valued will be examined, as will potential pathways towards positive transformation and examples of private sector leadership and potential for replication and scale. How can youth capture international momentum toward Rio+20 and cultivate innovative action that builds upon the achievements of Rio+20, while working to address its potential shortcomings? To begin answering this question, this side event will engage young leaders from around the world to share their successes, as well as their concerns, ideas and visions for achieving The Future We Want. Twenty-first century challenges to global environmental security will require an unprecedented solidarity of purpose and concert of action from a well-prepared global society. Policy-makers are in a position to decide what to do and when to act based upon available evidence and their beliefs about the risks and benefits of a green economy strategy, including the development of institutional frameworks on sustainable development. Currently, we are using 19th and 20th century approaches and models to address 21st century issues. In order to increase the responsive capacity of nation states based upon 21st century models, then governance structures for sustainable development must be created as "learning systems" to understand what is working, what is not, what are the potential options. A successful outcome from Rio+20 would be a systems-wide framework that engages the public where attempts to meliorate one issue can alter or even exacerbate the impacts of another.

What Comes Next? An Interactive Dialogue on Youth Movements Beyond Rio

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Framing SD Policy Dialogues: A Well-Prepared Society

15/06/2012

15:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Resduos podem ser valiosos

15/06/2012

16:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

Valorizao dos resduos a parceria internacional em Bors baseia-se na cooperao entre as universidades, Conselho Municipal e negcios em um conceito de hlice tripla. Este conceito tem sido um elemento-chave na cidade de Bors, Sucia, para estabelecer uma gesto sustentvel de resduos, com apenas um por cento dos resduos sendo colocado em aterros. Nesta cooperao, o conceito de tripla hlice o elemento-chave, bem como para os nossos parceiros cidades/pases. Este contribui para uma soluo sustentvel a longo prazo para a gesto de resduos, comeando por educar a competncia local, atravs de mapeamento e planejamento, at a construo e garantia de qualidade. O conceito se estende para alm do simples lanamento de instalaes adaptadas para as necessidades locais, para assegurar o funcionamento contnuo. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Jessica Magnusson (SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden) Considerando a importncia da Rio+20, foram elencados 5 eixos de discusses nas 5 regies do Pas: Biomas, Recursos Hdricos, Meio Ambiente Urbano, Energia e Segurana Alimentar. As discusses desses temas foram orientadas segundo os dois eixos bsicos da Rio+20: a economia verde no contexto do desenvolvimento sustentvel e da erradicao da pobreza; e o arcabouo institucional para o desenvolvimento sustentvel. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Deputado Sarney Filho (PV-MA)/Presidente da Comisso de Meio Ambiente e Desenvolvimento Sustentvel, Deputado Marco Maia (PT-RS)/Presidente da Cmara dos Deputados, Deputado Ricardo Tripoli (PSDB-SP)/Relator da Subcomisso Rio+20, parlamentares e ONGs. (Au Rendez-vous de la Conqute) de Euzhan Palcy. Frana, 2006. Legendas em portugus. 57. Cpia em DVD. Complemento Recife frio de Kleber Mendona Filho. Brasil, 2009. 24. A tica, a teoria e a filosofia da Negritude. Os diferentes encontros do jovem estudante Aim Csaire em Paris com pensadores, intelectuais, seu encontro com a frica pela tica do jovem Leopold Senghor. Classificao indicativa 14 anos. evento pblico Sesso VDEO-SHOW

Lanamento da Coletnea do Ciclo de Palestras e Debates para a Rio+20

15/06/2012

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Parque dos Atletas

Encontros Para a Conquista

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16:00:00

MAM

Responsabilidade Social "Vila Chocolato" Sesso VDEO-SHOW Debate : Capitalismo e sustentabilidade : incompatibilidade de gnios Cultura e Cosmologia - Astrologia e interdisciplinaridade em busca de solues inovadoras para um futuro sustentvel Campaa de Defensa del TIPNIS I Encontro das Juventudes Anticapitalistas na Cpula dos Povos Conversando Memrias passadas e presentes: discutindo verdade e justia GEOPOLITICA MUNDIAL, CONFLICTO Y ECONOMIA VERDE Lanamento da Rede Brasileira da Carta da Terra Rio+20 e sustentabilidade no sculo XXI Gerenciamento de resduos Stop Land grabbing NANOTECNOLOGIA, JUSTICA SOCIAL E AMBIENTAL I Semana de Ecologia, Cultura e Cidadania dos Povos Tradicionais de Terreiro na Cpula dos Povos / Rio+20 Encontro da Juventude e Meio Ambiente do Estado do Rio de Janeiro Science and technology for social justice and preservation of the earth NEGRAS E NEGROS COMPARTILHANDO O PODER Exposio de artes,esportes e dana, Debate sobre politica economia e sociedade haitiana-,Musica video e apresentao do Vodou (religiio predominante do Haiti) Forum: Dilogos para uma energia sustentvel O agrrio brasileiro e a erradicao da pobreza com sustentabilidade ambiental Forum: Desafios e oportunidades para o Empreendedorismo Social Arena Pensando Carreiras Verdes PreCom: Bureau meeting

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inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado)

inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) Inscries limitadas (rsvp@rio-20.org) : Quem so os jovens da economia verde? O que eles esperam das empresas? Qual o seu papel hoje nas organizaes? O que as empresas esperam dos jovens profissionais dentro desse novo contexto.

PROJETO DA UHE BELO MONTE Impactos da economia atual sobre os diversos biomas da Amrica do Sul Accaparement de Terres en Colombie: Loi de victimes et redistribution de terres

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Parque dos Atletas Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo

PROJETO DA UHE BELO MONTE

Sustainable Development in International Courts and Tribunals

15/06/2012

17:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Since the 1992 Earth Summit, international courts and tribunals have become an important part of the institutional framework for sustainable development. Institutions such as the International Court of Justice, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the WTO Dispute Settlement Body, have resolved disputes using key principles of sustainable development law such as integration, equity, precaution and common but differentiated responsibility. This CISDL legal experts panel, drawing on a decade of legal research by the International Law for Sustainable Development Partnership (ILSD) launched at the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development, will explain the implications of recent judgments for sustainable development. Legal experts from both developing and developed countries will also identify emerging trends in sustainable development law. The event launches an online resource, a new Legal Working Paper Series on Sustainable Justice, and the next decade of the ILSD Partnership, with tools for legal analysis and compliance. This event explores how cities and the private sector can work together to create change on the ground, in the context of transparency and disclosure required for a green economy. Why focus on Procurement? Because purchases by governments of goods, services and works account for 15-19% of GDP in industrialised countries and even more in emerging economies. When such large scale demand begins to specify that goods and services are produced in a sustainable manner, public procurement becomes a strong market incentive for green investment, innovation, production and growth. Global markets are also placing increasing expectations on private finance initiatives (PFIs) as a viable tool for green growth. PFIs are formal contractual agreements between the state and the private sector that crowd in private sector capital in procurement or commissioning of public infrastructure and services. While governments are looking to this model to crowd-in capital and share risks of infrastructure expansion, they are overlooking fact that PFIs will only deliver value for money, for both investor and public purse, if they are approached and designed as a long-term sustainable investment. Commenting on the role of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Irina Bokova, UNESCO Director General mentioned that ?ESD promotes the values and knowledge necessary to help women and men to cope with change, complexity and uncertainty, to adopt new consumption patterns, and to transform mindsets and behaviors? . When it comes to promoting ideas of sustainable development and green economy, education remains one of the most important short term, as well as long term tool we possess that can influence existing institutions or create new ones. The Government of India, recognizing the importance of environmental education as far back as in 1984, had facilitated the creation of the Centre of Environment Education (CEE) as a Centre for Excellence. Since then CEE has expanded and has initiated and implemented numerous innovative ESD programmes across India, partnering with various UN such as UNESCO, UNEP, UNDP, WHO etc. accumulating a plethora of enlightening experiences and learnings. The Low Carbon Agriculture Program (LCAP) is an activity under the Brazilian National Policy on Climate Change, established in 2009. The LCAP is a relevant tool to boost the green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication, creating projects for promoting integrated farming systems, rehabilitation of degraded pastures, organic agriculture, processing of animal waste, no-tillage planting, fixing biological nitrogen and other sustainable agricultural initiatives. Since the 1992 Earth Summit, international courts and tribunals have become an important part of the institutional framework for sustainable development. Institutions such as the International Court of Justice, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the WTO Dispute Settlement Body, have resolved disputes using key principles of sustainable development law such as integration, equity, precaution and common but differentiated responsibility. This CISDL legal experts panel, drawing on a decade of legal research by the International Law for Sustainable Development Partnership (ILSD) launched at the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development, will explain the implications of recent judgments for sustainable development. Legal experts from both developing and developed countries will also identify emerging trends in sustainable development law. The event launches an online resource, a new Legal Working Paper Series on Sustainable Justice, and the next decade of the ILSD Partnership, with tools for legal analysis and compliance. This event explores how cities and the private sector can work together to create change on the ground, in the context of transparency and disclosure required for a green economy.

Transparency and disclosure in the green economy

15/06/2012

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T-5 (Riocentro)

Green Procurement: a cross cutting strategy for green growth

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17:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

ESD as Driver of Change towards a Green Economy

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17:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

Low Carbon Agriculture

15/06/2012

17:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Sustainable Development in International Courts and Tribunals

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17:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Transparency and disclosure in the green economy

15/06/2012

17:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Green Procurement: a cross cutting strategy for green growth

15/06/2012

17:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Why focus on Procurement? Because purchases by governments of goods, services and works account for 15-19% of GDP in industrialised countries and even more in emerging economies. When such large scale demand begins to specify that goods and services are produced in a sustainable manner, public procurement becomes a strong market incentive for green investment, innovation, production and growth. Global markets are also placing increasing expectations on private finance initiatives (PFIs) as a viable tool for green growth. PFIs are formal contractual agreements between the state and the private sector that crowd in private sector capital in procurement or commissioning of public infrastructure and services. While governments are looking to this model to crowd-in capital and share risks of infrastructure expansion, they are overlooking fact that PFIs will only deliver value for money, for both investor and public purse, if they are approached and designed as a long-term sustainable investment. Commenting on the role of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Irina Bokova, UNESCO Director General mentioned that ?ESD promotes the values and knowledge necessary to help women and men to cope with change, complexity and uncertainty, to adopt new consumption patterns, and to transform mindsets and behaviors? . When it comes to promoting ideas of sustainable development and green economy, education remains one of the most important short term, as well as long term tool we possess that can influence existing institutions or create new ones. The Government of India, recognizing the importance of environmental education as far back as in 1984, had facilitated the creation of the Centre of Environment Education (CEE) as a Centre for Excellence. Since then CEE has expanded and has initiated and implemented numerous innovative ESD programmes across India, partnering with various UN such as UNESCO, UNEP, UNDP, WHO etc. accumulating a plethora of enlightening experiences and learnings. The Low Carbon Agriculture Program (LCAP) is an activity under the Brazilian National Policy on Climate Change, established in 2009. The LCAP is a relevant tool to boost the green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication, creating projects for promoting integrated farming systems, rehabilitation of degraded pastures, organic agriculture, processing of animal waste, no-tillage planting, fixing biological nitrogen and other sustainable agricultural initiatives. Since the 1992 Earth Summit, international courts and tribunals have become an important part of the institutional framework for sustainable development. Institutions such as the International Court of Justice, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the WTO Dispute Settlement Body, have resolved disputes using key principles of sustainable development law such as integration, equity, precaution and common but differentiated responsibility. This CISDL legal experts panel, drawing on a decade of legal research by the International Law for Sustainable Development Partnership (ILSD) launched at the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development, will explain the implications of recent judgments for sustainable development. Legal experts from both developing and developed countries will also identify emerging trends in sustainable development law. The event launches an online resource, a new Legal Working Paper Series on Sustainable Justice, and the next decade of the ILSD Partnership, with tools for legal analysis and compliance. This event explores how cities and the private sector can work together to create change on the ground, in the context of transparency and disclosure required for a green economy. Why focus on Procurement? Because purchases by governments of goods, services and works account for 15-19% of GDP in industrialised countries and even more in emerging economies. When such large scale demand begins to specify that goods and services are produced in a sustainable manner, public procurement becomes a strong market incentive for green investment, innovation, production and growth. Global markets are also placing increasing expectations on private finance initiatives (PFIs) as a viable tool for green growth. PFIs are formal contractual agreements between the state and the private sector that crowd in private sector capital in procurement or commissioning of public infrastructure and services. While governments are looking to this model to crowd-in capital and share risks of infrastructure expansion, they are overlooking fact that PFIs will only deliver value for money, for both investor and public purse, if they are approached and designed as a long-term sustainable investment.

ESD as Driver of Change towards a Green Economy

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P3-F (Riocentro)

Low Carbon Agriculture

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T-3 (Riocentro)

Sustainable Development in International Courts and Tribunals

15/06/2012

17:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Transparency and disclosure in the green economy

15/06/2012

17:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Green Procurement: a cross cutting strategy for green growth

15/06/2012

17:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

ESD as Driver of Change towards a Green Economy

15/06/2012

17:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

Commenting on the role of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Irina Bokova, UNESCO Director General mentioned that ?ESD promotes the values and knowledge necessary to help women and men to cope with change, complexity and uncertainty, to adopt new consumption patterns, and to transform mindsets and behaviors? . When it comes to promoting ideas of sustainable development and green economy, education remains one of the most important short term, as well as long term tool we possess that can influence existing institutions or create new ones. The Government of India, recognizing the importance of environmental education as far back as in 1984, had facilitated the creation of the Centre of Environment Education (CEE) as a Centre for Excellence. Since then CEE has expanded and has initiated and implemented numerous innovative ESD programmes across India, partnering with various UN such as UNESCO, UNEP, UNDP, WHO etc. accumulating a plethora of enlightening experiences and learnings. The Low Carbon Agriculture Program (LCAP) is an activity under the Brazilian National Policy on Climate Change, established in 2009. The LCAP is a relevant tool to boost the green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication, creating projects for promoting integrated farming systems, rehabilitation of degraded pastures, organic agriculture, processing of animal waste, no-tillage planting, fixing biological nitrogen and other sustainable agricultural initiatives. O Programa Reflorestar uma iniciativa governamental cujo desenvolvimento foi iniciado no ano de 2011, fruto do alinhamento da Secretaria Estadual de Meio Ambiente e Recursos Hdricos (SEAMA) e da Secretaria Estadual de Agricultura, Aqicultura e Pesca (SEAG).Alinhado com a meta de aumento da cobertura florestal proposta pelo Estado do Esprito Santo, de alcanar 16% at o ano de 2025, o que corresponde a um incremento de cerca de 230.000 ha de novas reas florestadas (5% da rea do Estado) e com investimentos de R$ 160 MM o Programa Reflorestar ir recuperar 30 mil hectares at 2014, possibilitando o cumprimento de 13% da meta prevista para 2025. O Programa Estadual de Ampliao da Cobertura Florestal tem como objetivo manter, recuperar e ampliar a cobertura florestal, com gerao de oportunidades e renda para o produtor rural. Tem como desafio criar estrutura que permita ao Estado obter avanos concretos na ampliao da cobertura florestal, tendo como meta 30 mil hectares at 2014. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Aladim Fernando Cerqueira (Diretor Presidente do Instituto Estadual de Meio Ambiente e Recursos Hdricos) e Marcos Franklin Sossai (Gerente Instituto Estadual de Meio Ambiente e Recursos Hdricos). 18h Conferncia Multimdia A MULHER TUPINAMB Comentrio A. Sobre as mulheres tupinambs - alteridade dentro da alteridade - acompanhada de exibio audiovisual. Comentrio B. Sobre a tese do Matriarcado de Pindorama de Oswald Andrade. Entrada Franca de Nabil Ayouch. Marrocos/Frana, 2000. Com Said Taghmoui e crianas de rua. Legendas em portugus. 90. Ali, Kwita, Omar e Boubker so crianas de rua. Eles vivem no porto desde que deixaram Dib e sua gangue. que Ali quer partir: quer se tornar um marinheiro e correr mundo. Classificao indicativa 14 anos.

Low Carbon Agriculture

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Painel: Plano ABC

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Riocentro

Programa Estadual de Ampliao da Cobertura Florestal REFLORESTAR

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Parque dos Atletas

Relatos Canibais - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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E.A.V. Parque Lage - (Auditrio)

As Ruas de Casablanca

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MAM

Conferncia Multimdia A MULHER TUPINAMB PreCom: European Union:EU coordination meeting on Rio+20 Sesso VDEO-SHOW Coquetel de Inaugurao Expo Brasil Sustentvel Exibio e debate do filme A batalha de Chernobyl Plataforma Vide Urbe + artistas e coletivos associados - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Palestra sobre o Pr-Sal com Prof. Luis Sauer Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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Parque Lage P3-4 (Riocentro) Parque dos Atletas Pier Mau Aterro do Flamengo Glria

Sobre as mulheres tupinambs - alteridade dentro da alteridade - acompanhada de exibio audiovisual.

Sesso VDEO-SHOW O Presidente da FINEP, Glauco Arbix, convida para o coquetel de inaugurao da Expo Brasil Sustentvel - mostra de inovaes tecnolgicas sustentveis da FINEP, que ser realizado no dia 15 de junho s 18:30 horas, no Armazm 3 do Pier Mau.

Projees espao pblicos no convencionais. Entrada Franca Ildo Luis Sauer- professor da USP fala sobre o Pr Sal / Programa de Ps-graduao em Energia da USP - Professor Titular de Energia - Instituto de Eletrotcnica e Energia da USP - Entrada Franca

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Casa da Gvea

Aqualume

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Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas

Plataforma Vide Urbe Praa Lus de Cames (Glria) Palestra sobre o Pr-Sal com Prof. Luis Sauer Povo de Saharaui Stand Up - Humor Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Energia da USP

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GLRIA CASA DA GVEA Museu da Repblica Casa da Gvea CASA DA GVEA

O Movimento CYAN, da Ambev, promove o Aqualume, festival cultural para conscientizar a populao sobre o uso racional da gua. O evento acontecer paralelamente Conferncia das Naes Unidas sobre Desenvolvimento Sustentvel Rio+20, de 15 a 24 de junho, s margens da lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas, no Rio de Janeiro. O objetivo do Aqualume aproximar a populao da discusso sobre o destino dos recursos naturais, tema que um dos pontos de debate mais aguardados para a Conferncia. O evento ser aberto ao pblico e funcionar das 19h s 23h. Aos domingos, 17 e 24/6, haver atraes especiais para as crianas a partir das 16h. So esperadas cerca de cinco mil pessoas por dia. Com uma tecnologia inovadora, uma tela dgua de 600m, criada a partir de uma bomba submersa, ser instalada na lagoa. Sero exibidos animaes, curtas-metragens, clipes musicais, fotografias, alm de contedos relacionados sustentabilidade. A programao do Aqualume conta ainda com apresentaes musicais, teatrais e circenses e atividades educativas. Nosso objetivo trazer o debate de questes fundamentais para o desenvolvimento sustentvel do planeta para o dia a dia das pessoas. Com a iniciativa ns queremos estimular o uso racional da gua e engajar a populao nessa causa, afirma Ricardo Rolim, diretor de relaes socioambientais da Ambev. Festival Consciente pela gua O Aqualume promover o Festival Consciente pela gua, um concurso que vai premiar os autores dos melhores vdeos sobre o uso racional da gua. Os vencedores ganham um iPad 2 e tm seu material exibido no telo dgua. Qualquer um pode participar e os vdeos podem ser enviados at o dia 10 de junho. Todas as informaes para participar do Festival esto no site www.aqualume.com.br. Os vdeos sero julgados por uma banca interna especializada, que avaliar critrios como: adequao ao tema, criatividade e qualidade de produo do material. Apresentaes artsticas O Aqualume vai proporcionar ao pblico uma srie de atraes artsticas na Lagoa. Ser realizada todos os dias, s 19h, uma performance circense malabares, palhaos ou mgicos. Em seguida, ser apresentado um show musical e, especialmente no dia 21/6, haver uma apresentao de Projees espao pblicos no convencionais. Ildo Luis Sauer, professor da USP fala sobre o Pr Sal / Programa de Ps-graduao em Energia da USP - Professor Titular de Energia - Instituto de Eletrotcnica.

apresentao de diversos artistas .Entrada Franca Stand-up comedy: apresentao de diversos artistas. O Frum de Sustentabilidade Empresarial da Rio+20 busca trazer maior alcance e qualidade para a sustentabilidade corporativa e produzir um nmero significativo de compromissos corporativos para o avano do desenvolvimento sustentvel em todo o mundo. Com 2.000 CEOs e outros participantes esperados, alm de uma agenda ambiciosa focada na inovao e em parcerias transformadoras, o Frum ser uma vitrine da ao empresarial e da liderana em apoio agenda da Rio+20. Roadless areas are large areas inaccessible by people through mechanical means, free from hard surfaced roads, paved highways, and high quality roads, which allow for large-scale resource extraction. Roadless areas are un-fragmented areas with high natural value where small access roads, waterways and/or unpaved road networks do exist, allowing local communities to transport, travel and trade.

Frum de Sustentabilidade Empresarial da Rio+20 Inovao e Colaborao para o Futuro que Queremos

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Windsor Barra Hotel

No Roads to a Green Economy - Mapping the Earth's Roadless Areas and their Services

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Parque dos Atletas

The delineation of roadless areas is as a new conservation tool in the hands of governments to fight biodiversity loss, ecosystem services degradation, climate change and poverty, while safeguarding the direct benefits delivered to the indigenous communities through the continuous sustainable use of their natural resources.

PreCom: Forum for Reforms Entrepreneurship and Sustainability

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T-10 (Riocentro) A atividade urbana implica em uma srie de impactos ambientais que podem tanto estar dentro quanto fora da cidade. Estes impactos esto ocorrendo em um ritmo crescente nunca visto antes na histria da humanidade. Tradicionalmente a gesto urbana tem em sua agenda a soluo de problemas ambientais relacionados ao saneamento e poluio do ar, por exemplo. Mais raramente, a agenda local inclui questes ambientais que extrapolam o nvel local como a biodiversidade.

Biodiversidade e Gesto do Meio Urbano: BiodiverCIDADE: como considerar a biodiversidade na gesto do meio urbano?

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Arena da Barra

Viver carioca no sculo XXI: uma experincia inovadora nas favelas do Rio de Janeiro

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Arena da Barra

O objetivo da discusso apresentar formas de transformao do espao urbano, com solues inovadoras, criativas, singulares, abertas diversidade e propcias s trocas, valorizando as caractersticas intrnsecas e a populao local como ator econmico. Este seminrio uma amostragem do projeto filantrpico brasileiro multidisciplinar, coordenado pela Juza Lia Pantoja Milhomens e realizado pelo Instituto dos Magistrados do Brasil (em ingls : Office of Judges of Brazil), com equipes de profissionais de diversas reas do conhecimento , abrangendo a seguinte atividade : anlise e discusso das razes fsicas, psquicas, morais e sociais que levam o ser humano, isoladamente ou em conjunto, a um comportamento desviante em relao ao seu prprio desenvolvimento de moral subjetiva e objetiva , tendo a situao atingido a tais nveis que impede , at os dias de hoje, uma ao efetiva em favor dos direitos humanos fundamentais e do bem estar planetrio de todas as formas de vida , bem como de cuidados com os recursos naturais. Alm dessa anlise, so apontadas solues que abrangem diversos setores de atividades , alm do acompanhamento do seu trabalho e da integrao a ele das opinies da juventude e de toda a sociedade, atravs de Simpsios, Seminrios, enquetes, Chats na Internet , desdobramentos de atividades, sempre acompanhadas ao vivo, em todas as mdias abertas a todas as pessoas, nacionais e internacionais. Falaremos sobre a Moda como fator de Insero Social e conscientizao sobre a necessidade de se encontrar um novo modelo de Desenvolvimento que seja sustentvel. Algumas indstrias, grifes e estilistas j esto atuando, levando em conta a responsabilidade social e ambiental.

A preparao do jovem para o futuro do Brasil e do Mundo numa ao integrada cientfico-humanista, visando o desenvolvimento sustentvel e a erradicao da pobreza em nosso Planeta

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13:45:00

Arena da Barra

Moda, design, sustentabilidade e economia solidria Energia para que e para quem II Frum Mundial de Mdia Livre Sustentabilidade e convivncia digna nos biomas e territrios: desafios da transio para a economia e poltica O exemplo da gua: Solidariedade, em prol de um mundo melhor Certificao Ambiental, Qualidade e Sustentabilidade nas Micro e Pequenas Empresas

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Aterro do Flamengo

Consultoria coletiva, fornece solues rpidas e sob medida para os produtos e servios da empresa. uma oportunidade de esclarecer dvidas e obter informaes sobre desenvolvimento sustentvel; qualidade e ferramentas de gesto, normas tcnicas, ISO 14005 - Sistemas de gesto ambiental e avaliao de desempenho ambiental e os ganhos econmicos. o ambiente que proporciona a interao pessoal da empresa com especialistas, com hora marcada e em pequenos grupos de no mximo 30 empresas.

Ciclo de Debates Aqualtunes apresenta: Juventude Negra e seu Papel na Sustentabilidade Roda da Sustentabilidade Roda de conversa sobre direitos das mulheres: avanos e recuos num contexto de globalizao e Lanamento da Revista: 15 Anos voc faz parte desta histria El Reino de Dios entre nosotros est: Aportes bblicoteolgicos para el Buen Vivir de los pueblos Ciclo de debates antiproibicionistas Proteccin Social: propuestas desde el punto de vista sindical para una proteccin social universal Gender, Economic and Ecological Justice in a Fierce New World Convergencia das juventudes para a Defesa dos bens comuns e contra mercantilizaao Convergencia da juventude para Direitos, por justicia social e ambiental Forests, Livelihoods, and Green Economy Geoengenharia: por que a Rio+20 tem que proibir a manipulao climtica Seminrio DIREITO A MOBILIDADE URBANA E PARTICIPAO POPULAR NAS POLTICAS PBLICAS Subsidies attacking the poor, blocking green jobs, undermining sustainable development. Who really benefits? Who really loses? What can be done? Roda de Conversa sobre as resolues retiradas nas oficinas realizadas no FST 2012 Rights and Resistance: Seminar on Peoples struggles in defense of rights and against Resource Grabs Roda de Conversa OFICINA DE ENVELHECIMENTO E GNERO

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Oficina Desenvolvimento Sustentvel: Narrativas do Povo da Rua Lconomie sociale : Au cur du dveloppement durable ! Les diffrentes ralits de jeunes impliqus en conomie sociale au Qubec, en France, en Belgique (Fdration Wallonie Bruxelles ) et au Brsil. A world free of fossil fuels Crculo de conversa sobre amamentao GLOBAL ASSEMBLY CONFRONTING THE EXTRACTIVE MEGA PROJECTS Mariwatsd, Terra de Esperana: 20 anos de promessas desde a Rio92 Mariwatsd, Terra de Esperana: 20 anos de promessas desde a Rio92 Development Alternatives to Extractive Industries Grassroots Voices on Food Sovereignty ANALISIS DEL MODELO CAPITALISTA EN BOLIVIA Y PROPUESTAS ALTERNATIVAS DESDE EXPERIENCIAS LOCALES Seminrio Os sistemas alimentares locais : o desenvolvimento sustentvel atravs dos alimentos Fruns Locais do mundo para as praas Roda de Conversa Tecendo o Pampa pelos Caminhos da Memria: Fronteira Brasil/Uruguay Oficinas: Mudanas ambientais e migraes: desafios e perspectivas Desenvolvimento sustentvel, proteo social e gnero Viva Rio +20 Ending Militarism, Promoting Good Governance: Indicators of Sustainable Environment Proteccin Social: propuestas desde el punto de vista sindical para una proteccin social universal As Polticas de Meio Ambiente no Brasil e no Mundo e a Luta pelo Desenvolvimento Sustentvel Sade, Justia Social e Ambiental entre os povos: Prticas e experincias populares na sade Forum: A Transio para uma Nova Economia Forum: Empreendedorismo de Impacto com Foco na Sustentabilidade (WRI) Forum: e-Health Materiais e Infraestrutura para uma Economia Sustentvel Seminrio ABNT/ISO Literatura infantil - Ocupao ABC Urbana www.imaginario.etc.br

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Aterro do Flamengo

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Arena Socioambiental

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MAM

Workshop: Impact Entrepreneurship With a Focus on Sustainability

16/06/2012

9:00:00

Forte de Copacabana

Marco Infantil

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9:00:00

Ladeira dos Tabajaras

Presenting: Marcelo Torres, Director, New Ventures Brasil (A WRI center for environmental entrepreneurship) OFICINA - O projeto destina-se ocupao e revitalizao de uma praa, em frente Escola de Samba Vila Rica (Ladeira dos Tabajaras). Ser realizada oficina de construo de brinquedos reciclados com crianas moradoras na Comunidade da Ladeira dos Tabajaras. Aps a oficina, ser montado, na praa, um totem denominado Marco Infantil. As oficinas sero realizadas no Lajo Cultural, espao antes dominado pelo o trfico de drogas. A construo do Marco Infantil contribui de forma simblica para chamar a ateno do pblico e estimular a revitalizao da praa por parte dos moradores.

Another economy and policies necessary for poverty eradication and environmental justice - considering from experiences in Japan and the World Green Cross Returns to Rio: Building the Safe and Sustainable Societies of the Future

16/06/2012

9:15:00

Aterro do Flamengo How do we overcome the global crisis or achieve energy and resource efficiency? How do we deploy safe and renewable energy or achieve environmental security and sustainability? What must me do to provide social and medical care to those suffering from environmental degradation and emergencies? Statements from the audience and questions and answer sessions will be part of this dynamic interactive event. O Ideias Justas mostrar o conhecimento e a experincia de profissionais e pesquisadores do mundo todo. Fornecer um espao para o dilogo e permitir a formao de alianas entre vrios atores dispostos para explorarem opes para trabalhar juntos. Durante os dois dias, quatro temas gerais sero abordados: Definir solues para um planeta sustentvel, uma urbanizao que melhora a qualidade de vida, modelos de negcios para sustentabilidade e transformao dos sistemas econmicos para as pessoas e o planeta. O evento ser realizado durante os quatro dias entre as negociaes finais preparatrias e a Conferncia Rio+20, e far de tudo para que as suas concluses estejam presentes na Cpula e nas discusses posteriores. Fair ideas will provide equal space for practitioners, policymakers, activists, business representatives, researchers and community actors to focus on the key contexts in which significant change is possible, and on what it will take to achieve it. Over the two days, the event will address four broad themes: Shaping Sustainable Development Goals, Urbanisation that improves lives, Business models for sustainability, Transforming economic systems for people and planet. The two-day event will take place during the four sandwich days between the final preparatory negotiations and the summit itself, and we will look to take its key conclusions into the summit, and follow-up discussions. Evento aberto ao pblico Descrio: O Planeta Sustentvel, com apoio da UNIC, Veja Rio e a Contigo!, promover o evento Planeta no Parque 2012 Rio+20 com objetivo movimentar o grande pblico em torno dos temas discutidos na Rio+20. Durante os 2 dias sero realizadas diversas oficinas e atraes culturais, como caminhadas, aulas de ioga, oficina de ecobag, jogos ambientais, exposio de fotos, lounge de leitura, entre outras aes. O evento ter com um grande show de encerramento para 5.000 pessoas: Pedro Lus - "Tempo de Menino". Evento Pblico

16/06/2012

9:30:00

Fundao Getlio Vargas

Ideias Justas

16/06/2012

9:30:00

PUC - RJ

Fair Ideas

16/06/2012

9:30:00

PUC - RJ

Planeta no Parque 2012 Rio+20

16/06/2012

10:00:00

Parque Garota de Ipanema

As Naes Unidas e a Cooperao Internacional para o Desenvolvimento Seminrio Internacional "Por Mudanas Radicais: Agricultura Familiar Camponesa e Agroecologia como Alternativa Crise do Sistema Agroalimentar Industrial" Taller sobre Minera, Ambiente y Derechos Humanos: El Diseo de Polticas Pblicas para un Futuro Ms Sustentable Roda de Conversa do Frum de Cooperativismo Popular da Economia Solidria Sustainable Development Dialogues: Unemployment, Decent Work and Migration Dilogos para o Desenvolvimento Sustentvel

16/06/2012 16/06/2012

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Parque dos Atletas Aterro do Flamengo

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Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Riocentro OFFICIAL EVENTS Durante este perodo, sero organizadas reunies preparatrias para a Rio+20, a fim de aprofundar e difundir o debate sobre a sustentabilidade mundial. O governo brasileiro est organizando o evento, que pretende preparar a populao, as empresas e os rgos institucionais para a Conferncia das Naes Unidas sobre Desenvolvimento Sustentvel. Abertura Oficial da Arena Socioambiental no mbito da Conferncia Rio+20, que ocorrer dia 16 de junho de 2012 nos Jardins do Museu de Arte Moderna.

16/06/2012

10:00:00

Riocentro

Arena Socioambiental Um espao seguro e justo para humanidade: podemos viver dentro de uma rosquinha?

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MAM Aterro do Flamengo

Arena Socioambiental - Encontros Globais - Erradicao da Pobreza e Desenvolvimento Sustentvel

16/06/2012

10:30:00

MAM

Reduo de Desperdcio - Como Ganhar Mais Gastando Menos

16/06/2012

11:00:00

Aterro do Flamengo

Energia como indutor da sustentabilidade e inovao

16/06/2012

11:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

O debate de abertura da Arena Socioambiental trata dos avanos e desafios da erradicao da pobreza no Brasil. Dentre eles, o de promover a incluso social com conservao ambiental. possvel construir um futuro justo e seguro para a humanidade respeitando os limites ambientais do planeta? Convidados: Tereza Campello, Izabella Teixeira, Pape Vargas e Manuel Cunha (participao online). Evento pblico Consultoria coletiva, fornece solues rpidas e sob medida para os produtos e servios da empresa. uma oportunidade de esclarecer dvidas e obter informaes sobre identificao e reduo de desperdcios nos empreendimentos, aplicao de aes corretivas, diminuio de custos, aumento da produtividade e minimizao dos impactos no ambiente. Prope solues por meio de medidas de racionalizao no uso dos insumos e de matrias-primas, eliminao dos desperdcios, ampliao da eficincia da empresa, trazendo economia financeira e melhorando, desta forma, a sua competitividade no mercado. o ambiente que proporciona a interao pessoal da empresa com especialistas, com hora marcada e em pequenos grupos de no mximo 30 empresas A sociedade caminha, cada vez mais, a passos mais largos em direo a sustentabilidade e eficincia. Desta forma, inovao e eficincia energtica tem se mostrado ferramentas essenciais para o sucesso e sustentabilidade nas organizaes. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrante: Luiz Fernando Schettino, Diretor Geral Agncia de Servios Pblicos de Energia do Estado do Esprito Santo - Aspe. Este evento tem como objetivo discutir a potencial contribuio de polticas e incentivos econmicos para o alcance das metas de reduo de emisses do desmatamento, estabelecidas pelo Brasil, em sua Poltica Nacional de Mudana do Clima. Tais incentivos devero apoiar o objetivo mais amplo do governo brasileiro da promoo do desenvolvimento sustentvel e de erradicao da pobreza no pas, ao mesmo tempo assegurando a permanncia dos estoques florestais no longo prazo. O evento comear com uma breve descrio das polticas vigentes no Brasil, e seguir com apresentaes sobre incentivos positivos utilizados no nvel federal e estadual. Sero tambm apresentadas as avaliaes sobre a eficcia de algumas polticas ambientais e seu impacto em termos de mitigao de emisses associadas ao desmatamento e degradao de florestas. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Carlos Klink / Secretrio / Secretaria de Mudanas Climticas e Qualidade Ambiental - Ministrio do Meio Ambiente (SMCQ/MMA); Brenda Brito do Carmo/ Secretria Executiva / Instituto do Homem e Meio Ambiente da Amaznia (IMAZON); Marco Antonio Fujihara / Diretor / Keyassociados; Jorge Hargrave / Pesquisador / Instituto de Pesquisa Econmica Aplicada (IPEA); Ronaldo Seroa da Motta / Pesquisador / Instituto de Pesquisa Econmica Aplicada (IPEA); Mariano Cenamo / Secretrio Executivo Adjunto/ Instituto de Conservao e Desenvolvimento Sustentvel do Amazonas (IDESAM). Evento Pblico

Mudana do clima e florestas no Brasil: o papel das polticas e dos incentivos positivos.

16/06/2012

11:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

Rio 2012: Desenvolvimento Sustentvel na Era da Inocncia le de France/CIRED Another economy and policies necessary for poverty eradication and environmental justice - considering from experiences in Japan and the World Arena Socioambiental - Exposio Portinari+Brasileir@s

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Parque dos Atletas Aterro do Flamengo

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MAM

Arena Socioambiental - Praa da Sociobiodiversidade Apresentaes e Oficinas Fulni- na Estao Estcio Mtricas de Desenvolvimento Sustentvel / Seminrio Internacional das Reservas da Biosfera, Programa MaB/UNESCO "O Homem e a Biosfera" PEOPLES SUSTAINABILITY TREATY ON Sustainable Lifestyles: Sustainable Consumption and Production Ciclo de Debates Aqualtunes apresenta: Juventude Negra e seu Papel na Sustentabilidade Posto de Vacinao contra o racismo, o machismo, a homofobia e a economia verde Voices from Asia Pacific : Just and Sustainable Development Goals for Women Sports To Tame Climate Change Ciclo de debates antiproibicionistas Derecho y Medio Ambiente

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Trs momentos dedicados ao tema das polticas pblicas: o primeiro apresenta histrias de transformao na vida de alguns brasileiros; o segundo promove a interao informativa em plataformas digitais; o terceiro homenageia a obra de Candido Portinari e estimula a reflexo social. Exposio com udio-guia em Portugus e Ingls. Evento Pblico Vitrine de exposio e comercializao de produtos baseados no uso sustentvel dos recursos da biodiversidade brasileira, feitos por povos e comunidades tradicionais e agricultores familiares. Traz produtos da Amaznia, Caatinga, Cerrado e Mata Atlntica. Apresentao de cantos e danas Evento Pblico

Desenvolvimento Sustentvel: diagnsticos e perspectivas da sociedade civil (ONGs e Movimentos Sociais) do Comit Paranaense da Rio+20 Oficina Lanamento de Livros com as respectivas palestras O Movimento Negro e o Combate ao Racismo em Tempos de Crise Socioambiental Direito a Moradia X Grandes Obras. A Reforma Urbana Pendente e os Novos Pinheirinhos Gender, Economic and Ecological Justice in a Fierce New World Gender, Economic and Ecological Justice in a Fierce New World Peoples Sustainability Treaty on Ethical and Spiritual Values for Sustainable Development Convergencia das juventudes para a Defesa dos bens comuns e contra mercantilizaao Trabalho Decente - Emprego Verde Seminrio DIREITO A MOBILIDADE URBANA E PARTICIPAO POPULAR NAS POLTICAS PBLICAS Subsidies attacking the poor, blocking green jobs, undermining sustainable development. Who really benefits? Who really loses? What can be done? Peasant Speak Out for Food Sovereignty Equity Treaty Dialogue RODA DE CONVERSA ENTRE OS POVOS DE TERREIRO E PBLICO GERAL Global Campaign to Demand Climate Justice Strategy Meeting A world free of fossil fuels Feminismo, Agroecologia e Soberania Alimentar construindo um novo paradigma de sustentabilidade da vida humana GLOBAL ASSEMBLY CONFRONTING THE EXTRACTIVE MEGA PROJECTS Mariwatsd, Terra de Esperana: 20 anos de promessas desde a Rio92 Mariwatsd, Terra de Esperana: 20 anos de promessas desde a Rio92 Seminrio : Os sistemas alimentares locais : o desenvolvimento sustentvel atravs dos alimentos Oficina NBCAL Roda de Conversa -Tecendo o Pampa pelos Caminhos da Memria: Fronteira Brasil/Uruguay Oficinas: Mudanas ambientais e migraes: desafios e perspectivas Desenvolvimento sustentvel, proteo social e gnero Viva Rio +20

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Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo The Environment Management Group will present the findings of its report ?Working towards a balanced and inclusive green economy: A UN system-wide perspective" which was prepared to contribute to the Rio+20 Conference. The report prepared by 40 UN entities provides a picture on the UN system wide perspectives on the green economy and how the UN system could coherently support countries in transitioning to a green economy. The report is expected to facilitate a common understanding of the green economy approach and the measures required for the transition. The green economy can be become real from local experiences, through projects that link production with less environmental impact and improving the quality of life of local populations. Whereas less than 1% of Amazon territory in Brazil is urbanized, it is essential to support initiatives in rural or forest ways. The Fundo Vale has supported several projects in the Brazilian Amazon who flock to this effect, to value the forest as a great asset market of the future. Working in network with recognized organizations acting in the Amazon, and international projection, these projects are developed in coordination in areas suffering strong anthropogenic pressure, constantly threatened by illegal logging. The event aims to show some experiments and their results, developed in the states of Par, Mato Grosso and Amazonas.

The UN system Perspectives on Green Economy

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Green economy as an inducer of conservation in Brazilian Amazon

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

The 2014 World Cup involves a combined investment of more than US$114 billion across 12 Brazilian cities for the construction or renovation of 12 football stadiums plus transportation, hotels, and waste and water infrastructure to support millions of fans. As the largest infrastructure project in the country?s history, preparations for the World Cup today will have long-lasting impacts on Brazil?s urban sectors. Planning for the Cup has provided Brazil with an opportunity to achieve sustainable, urban economic development that may not present itself again for decades or possibly centuries. This event will feature a discussion on how World Cup investments can be leveraged for positive, long-term social and environmental benefits in Brazil?s cities, and how urban planning for global sporting events such as the World Cup and the Olympics can be models for sustainable urbanization on a global scale. Key themes: green building, low-carbon transit, green jobs, sustainable financing mechanisms. As a response to the multiple global crises, the Reflection Group will launch a comprehensive report that highlights the need for fundamental changes, in particular: ? Changes in fiscal and regulatory policies (at national and international levels) in order to overcome social inequalities and the degradation of nature and to strengthen sustainable economies. ? Changes in institutions and governance mechanisms (at national and international levels). ? Changes in the mindset, the guiding concepts, goals and indicators of development and societal progress. At the side event prominent members of the Reflection Group will present key findings and policy recommendations of this report. Sustainable Development and Inter-generational Equity Issues Dialogue 16/06/2012 11:30:00 T-4 (Riocentro) The dialogue will be of Panel Discussion and Workshop nature on making a link between Climate Justice, Carbon Debt, Development, and Reparations. Protecting Biodiversity and the ecosystem services it provides is at the heart of sustainable development. The Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, adopted in 2010 at the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), represents a coordinated and sustained response by governments and the United Nations system to the ongoing loss of biodiversity. In this side event, the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, along with its United Nations system partners will outline the mission and vision of the Strategy and show how biodiversity supports achievement of the three pillars of sustainable development. Representatives of the Interagency Task Force for the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 will speak about the role of the Plan in coordinating actions among stakeholders. The challenges to feed the world?s population, which will reach 9 billion by 2050, are unprecedented?requiring more than a second green revolution. With climate change, global yields in 2050 could decrease by 20-30 percent if we cannot bring good agricultural practices, new technologies, farming methods, and supporting institutions to the world?s farmers. ?Sustainable intensification?--a range of approaches for boosting agricultural production while reducing negative environmental impacts on agriculture--will be critical. However, despite the 2008 food crisis and environmental changes, public investments in agricultural research and extension are low. In the context of the ongoing debate as to which potential farming methods and technologies offer the greatest promise for investment and scale up, this panel will examine the contribution of sustainable agriculture sustainable intensification to agricultural productivity and resilience in the near and long term and how this contribution can be estimated and tracked. Thematic focus: Land, Water, Biodiversity, Livestock and Livelihoods The drylands are the best chance we have to achieve multiple goals at a scale that has significant and durable impact. Globally, the drylands support 2.1 billion people, with the majority still dependent upon the success of extensive grazing systems and sustainable crop production intensification. Yet, drylands have been considered marginal ? subject to degradation, loss of biodiversity and ineffective water management ? while the people they support have been marginalized. Targeting drylands is key in the march towards sustainable development because of the strong connection between land degradation and desertification and other global issues, including climate change, droughts and floods, famine, poverty and social disruption).

Greening the Games: How Brazil's World Cup is Driving Economic Changes

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Launch: Reflection Group Report on Global Development Perspectives

16/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-6 (Riocentro)

The Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Feeding the World: Sustainable Agriculture & Innovation

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Re-greening for Resilient Landscapes

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

The UN system Perspectives on Green Economy

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

The Environment Management Group will present the findings of its report ?Working towards a balanced and inclusive green economy: A UN system-wide perspective" which was prepared to contribute to the Rio+20 Conference. The report prepared by 40 UN entities provides a picture on the UN system wide perspectives on the green economy and how the UN system could coherently support countries in transitioning to a green economy. The report is expected to facilitate a common understanding of the green economy approach and the measures required for the transition. The green economy can be become real from local experiences, through projects that link production with less environmental impact and improving the quality of life of local populations. Whereas less than 1% of Amazon territory in Brazil is urbanized, it is essential to support initiatives in rural or forest ways. The Fundo Vale has supported several projects in the Brazilian Amazon who flock to this effect, to value the forest as a great asset market of the future. Working in network with recognized organizations acting in the Amazon, and international projection, these projects are developed in coordination in areas suffering strong anthropogenic pressure, constantly threatened by illegal logging. The event aims to show some experiments and their results, developed in the states of Par, Mato Grosso and Amazonas. The 2014 World Cup involves a combined investment of more than US$114 billion across 12 Brazilian cities for the construction or renovation of 12 football stadiums plus transportation, hotels, and waste and water infrastructure to support millions of fans. As the largest infrastructure project in the country?s history, preparations for the World Cup today will have long-lasting impacts on Brazil?s urban sectors. Planning for the Cup has provided Brazil with an opportunity to achieve sustainable, urban economic development that may not present itself again for decades or possibly centuries. This event will feature a discussion on how World Cup investments can be leveraged for positive, long-term social and environmental benefits in Brazil?s cities, and how urban planning for global sporting events such as the World Cup and the Olympics can be models for sustainable urbanization on a global scale. Key themes: green building, low-carbon transit, green jobs, sustainable financing mechanisms. As a response to the multiple global crises, the Reflection Group will launch a comprehensive report that highlights the need for fundamental changes, in particular: ? Changes in fiscal and regulatory policies (at national and international levels) in order to overcome social inequalities and the degradation of nature and to strengthen sustainable economies. ? Changes in institutions and governance mechanisms (at national and international levels). ? Changes in the mindset, the guiding concepts, goals and indicators of development and societal progress. At the side event prominent members of the Reflection Group will present key findings and policy recommendations of this report.

Green economy as an inducer of conservation in Brazilian Amazon

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Greening the Games: How Brazil's World Cup is Driving Economic Changes

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Launch: Reflection Group Report on Global Development Perspectives

16/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Sustainable Development and Inter-generational Equity Issues Dialogue

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

The dialogue will be of Panel Discussion and Workshop nature on making a link between Climate Justice, Carbon Debt, Development, and Reparations. Protecting Biodiversity and the ecosystem services it provides is at the heart of sustainable development. The Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, adopted in 2010 at the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), represents a coordinated and sustained response by governments and the United Nations system to the ongoing loss of biodiversity. In this side event, the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, along with its United Nations system partners will outline the mission and vision of the Strategy and show how biodiversity supports achievement of the three pillars of sustainable development. Representatives of the Interagency Task Force for the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 will speak about the role of the Plan in coordinating actions among stakeholders.

The Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Feeding the World: Sustainable Agriculture & Innovation

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

The challenges to feed the world?s population, which will reach 9 billion by 2050, are unprecedented?requiring more than a second green revolution. With climate change, global yields in 2050 could decrease by 20-30 percent if we cannot bring good agricultural practices, new technologies, farming methods, and supporting institutions to the world?s farmers. ?Sustainable intensification?--a range of approaches for boosting agricultural production while reducing negative environmental impacts on agriculture--will be critical. However, despite the 2008 food crisis and environmental changes, public investments in agricultural research and extension are low. In the context of the ongoing debate as to which potential farming methods and technologies offer the greatest promise for investment and scale up, this panel will examine the contribution of sustainable agriculture sustainable intensification to agricultural productivity and resilience in the near and long term and how this contribution can be estimated and tracked. Thematic focus: Land, Water, Biodiversity, Livestock and Livelihoods The drylands are the best chance we have to achieve multiple goals at a scale that has significant and durable impact. Globally, the drylands support 2.1 billion people, with the majority still dependent upon the success of extensive grazing systems and sustainable crop production intensification. Yet, drylands have been considered marginal ? subject to degradation, loss of biodiversity and ineffective water management ? while the people they support have been marginalized. Targeting drylands is key in the march towards sustainable development because of the strong connection between land degradation and desertification and other global issues, including climate change, droughts and floods, famine, poverty and social disruption). The Environment Management Group will present the findings of its report ?Working towards a balanced and inclusive green economy: A UN system-wide perspective" which was prepared to contribute to the Rio+20 Conference. The report prepared by 40 UN entities provides a picture on the UN system wide perspectives on the green economy and how the UN system could coherently support countries in transitioning to a green economy. The report is expected to facilitate a common understanding of the green economy approach and the measures required for the transition. The green economy can be become real from local experiences, through projects that link production with less environmental impact and improving the quality of life of local populations. Whereas less than 1% of Amazon territory in Brazil is urbanized, it is essential to support initiatives in rural or forest ways. The Fundo Vale has supported several projects in the Brazilian Amazon who flock to this effect, to value the forest as a great asset market of the future. Working in network with recognized organizations acting in the Amazon, and international projection, these projects are developed in coordination in areas suffering strong anthropogenic pressure, constantly threatened by illegal logging. The event aims to show some experiments and their results, developed in the states of Par, Mato Grosso and Amazonas. The 2014 World Cup involves a combined investment of more than US$114 billion across 12 Brazilian cities for the construction or renovation of 12 football stadiums plus transportation, hotels, and waste and water infrastructure to support millions of fans. As the largest infrastructure project in the country?s history, preparations for the World Cup today will have long-lasting impacts on Brazil?s urban sectors. Planning for the Cup has provided Brazil with an opportunity to achieve sustainable, urban economic development that may not present itself again for decades or possibly centuries. This event will feature a discussion on how World Cup investments can be leveraged for positive, long-term social and environmental benefits in Brazil?s cities, and how urban planning for global sporting events such as the World Cup and the Olympics can be models for sustainable urbanization on a global scale. Key themes: green building, low-carbon transit, green jobs, sustainable financing mechanisms.

Re-greening for Resilient Landscapes

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

The UN system Perspectives on Green Economy

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Green economy as an inducer of conservation in Brazilian Amazon

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Greening the Games: How Brazil's World Cup is Driving Economic Changes

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

As a response to the multiple global crises, the Reflection Group will launch a comprehensive report that highlights the need for fundamental changes, in particular: ? Changes in fiscal and regulatory policies (at national and international levels) in order to overcome social inequalities and the degradation of nature and to strengthen sustainable economies. ? Changes in institutions and governance mechanisms (at national and international levels). ? Changes in the mindset, the guiding concepts, goals and indicators of development and societal progress. At the side event prominent members of the Reflection Group will present key findings and policy recommendations of this report. Sustainable Development and Inter-generational Equity Issues Dialogue 16/06/2012 11:30:00 T-4 (Riocentro) The dialogue will be of Panel Discussion and Workshop nature on making a link between Climate Justice, Carbon Debt, Development, and Reparations. Protecting Biodiversity and the ecosystem services it provides is at the heart of sustainable development. The Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, adopted in 2010 at the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), represents a coordinated and sustained response by governments and the United Nations system to the ongoing loss of biodiversity. In this side event, the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, along with its United Nations system partners will outline the mission and vision of the Strategy and show how biodiversity supports achievement of the three pillars of sustainable development. Representatives of the Interagency Task Force for the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 will speak about the role of the Plan in coordinating actions among stakeholders. The challenges to feed the world?s population, which will reach 9 billion by 2050, are unprecedented?requiring more than a second green revolution. With climate change, global yields in 2050 could decrease by 20-30 percent if we cannot bring good agricultural practices, new technologies, farming methods, and supporting institutions to the world?s farmers. ?Sustainable intensification?--a range of approaches for boosting agricultural production while reducing negative environmental impacts on agriculture--will be critical. However, despite the 2008 food crisis and environmental changes, public investments in agricultural research and extension are low. In the context of the ongoing debate as to which potential farming methods and technologies offer the greatest promise for investment and scale up, this panel will examine the contribution of sustainable agriculture sustainable intensification to agricultural productivity and resilience in the near and long term and how this contribution can be estimated and tracked. Thematic focus: Land, Water, Biodiversity, Livestock and Livelihoods The drylands are the best chance we have to achieve multiple goals at a scale that has significant and durable impact. Globally, the drylands support 2.1 billion people, with the majority still dependent upon the success of extensive grazing systems and sustainable crop production intensification. Yet, drylands have been considered marginal ? subject to degradation, loss of biodiversity and ineffective water management ? while the people they support have been marginalized. Targeting drylands is key in the march towards sustainable development because of the strong connection between land degradation and desertification and other global issues, including climate change, droughts and floods, famine, poverty and social disruption).

Launch: Reflection Group Report on Global Development Perspectives

16/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-6 (Riocentro)

The Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Feeding the World: Sustainable Agriculture & Innovation

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Re-greening for Resilient Landscapes

16/06/2012

11:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Seminrio Internacional "Por Mudanas Radicais: Agricultura Familiar Camponesa e Agroecologia como Alternativa Crise do Sistema Agroalimentar Industrial" O caminho sagrado das sementes: Conectando saberes, trocando sementes e refletindo sobre sustentabilidade na Rio+20 Geoengenharia: por que a Rio+20 tem que proibir a manipulao climtica Roda de Conversa do Frum de Cooperativismo Popular da Economia Solidria Desenvolvimento sustentvel, proteo social e gnero Reflexes sobre os avanos, retrocessos e desafios Ambientais de 1992 at 2012 Oficina Rio + 20 Experincias Sustentveis a Caminho de um Outro Mundo

16/06/2012

13:00:00

Aterro do Flamengo

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Os Astros e a Rio+20 - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

16/06/2012

13:00:00

Casa da Gvea

Abertura: Palestra Riscos e oportunidades na crise planetria "H Futuro na Rio + 20? Coordenao do Astrologo Antonio Carlos Bola: astrlogo e jornalista, com 40 anos de atividade em aconselhamento, ensino e divulgao, no pas e exterior, o coordenador do segmento oracular do Virado Rio + 20 da Casa da Gvea. At 2016 estaremos vivendo um perodo de grandes transformaes coletivas, de fundamental importncia para a transio da Era de Peixes para a Era de Aqurio. . Entrada Franca

From Rio to Cairo to Rio? and Beyond

16/06/2012

13:00:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Population dynamics have significant influence on sustainable development. Chapter 5 of Agenda 21 affirms the synergistic relationship between demographic factors and sustainable development, as well as the key role of women?s empowerment and reproductive health, including family planning. The chapter also calls for formulation of integrated national policies for environment and development, taking into account demographic trends and factors. These linkages were emphasized in the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) Programme of Action, adopted in Cairo, Egypt in 1994. Virtually all development policies in Sub-Saharan Africa cite population growth as an inhibitor to efforts to alleviate poverty, ensure food security, preserve the environment, and improve the quality of human resources. However, little integration of population dynamics and environmentally sustainable development plans and programs has been achieved. Climate change has become the face of the international discourse on environmental sustainability, and it is increasingly seen as a major threat to sustainable development in Africa. Com o astrlogo Antonio Carlos Bola Harres - astrlogo e jornalista, com 40 anos de atividade em aconselhamento, ensino e divulgao,no pas e exterior, o coordenador do segmento oracular do Virado Rio + 20 da Casa da Gvea. Population dynamics have significant influence on sustainable development. Chapter 5 of Agenda 21 affirms the synergistic relationship between demographic factors and sustainable development, as well as the key role of women?s empowerment and reproductive health, including family planning. The chapter also calls for formulation of integrated national policies for environment and development, taking into account demographic trends and factors. These linkages were emphasized in the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) Programme of Action, adopted in Cairo, Egypt in 1994. Virtually all development policies in Sub-Saharan Africa cite population growth as an inhibitor to efforts to alleviate poverty, ensure food security, preserve the environment, and improve the quality of human resources. However, little integration of population dynamics and environmentally sustainable development plans and programs has been achieved. Climate change has become the face of the international discourse on environmental sustainability, and it is increasingly seen as a major threat to sustainable development in Africa. Population dynamics have significant influence on sustainable development. Chapter 5 of Agenda 21 affirms the synergistic relationship between demographic factors and sustainable development, as well as the key role of women?s empowerment and reproductive health, including family planning. The chapter also calls for formulation of integrated national policies for environment and development, taking into account demographic trends and factors. These linkages were emphasized in the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) Programme of Action, adopted in Cairo, Egypt in 1994. Virtually all development policies in Sub-Saharan Africa cite population growth as an inhibitor to efforts to alleviate poverty, ensure food security, preserve the environment, and improve the quality of human resources. However, little integration of population dynamics and environmentally sustainable development plans and programs has been achieved. Climate change has become the face of the international discourse on environmental sustainability, and it is increasingly seen as a major threat to sustainable development in Africa. Sesso VDEO-SHOW Evento de grafite desenvolvido pelo Insituto Wark e GDR - Grafiteiros da Rocinha. O projeto busca conscientizar a comunidade sobre a arte urbana e promover workshops que transformem o grafite em fonte de renda para jovens, por meio da comercializao de objetos customizados. Ser realizado workshop na Via Pblica da Rocinha (embaixo da passarela da Rocinha), no qual os interessados podero participar de uma pintura coletiva de uma lona e aprender a grafitar, bem como fabricar peas decorativas. Na ocasio, moradores da comunidade podero trazer pertences a serem customizados e restaurados. Haver construo de painis grafitados, apresentao dos membros do Instituto Wark e do Grupo GDR (Grafiteiros da Rocinha) e interao entre artistas.

OS ASTROS E A RIO+20 (Coordenao do Astrologo Antonio Carlos Bola)

16/06/2012

13:00:00

CASA DA GVEA

From Rio to Cairo to Rio? and Beyond

16/06/2012

13:00:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

From Rio to Cairo to Rio? and Beyond

16/06/2012

13:00:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Sesso VDEO-SHOW

16/06/2012

13:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

CUCaA - Construindo o universo atravs da arte

16/06/2012

13:00:00

Via Pblica da Rocinha

The Human right to water and sanitation: The challenge of implementation

16/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

The aim of the Workshop is to check and to evaluate the evolution to local and international level of the Access to the Drinkable Water as human right, from her Firstly Summit of the Earth up to the current importance. There will be a comprehensive introduction of Chinafs efforts, progress and challenges in practicing sustainable development within the past decade. There will also be an introduction to the following strategies of China, a clarification of the expectations of the Chinese Government for this conference and its target and subject, and an introduction to the side conferences of Chinese government, and which will also present a video on Chinese national sustainable development Taiwan is vulnerable in term of climate change. Three years ago, Taiwan suffered from the havoc of the typhoon Morakot and recovered with the joint efforts by the civil societies and the government.

China's Progress on Sustainable Development & Expectations of Rio+20

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Forests, Livelihoods, and Green Economy

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

With the successful experience, we aim to shed more light on forests and livelihoods in terms of sustainable development and green economy by holding this gForests, Livelihoods, and Green Economyh side event to comply with the goal shown in Rio+20 Briefing#2 and further advance the efforts in sustainable development and forest managementI

Sustainable Development in the Face of Rapid Climate Change: High Alpi

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Climate change is occurring twice as fast in regions such as the Arctic, Himalayas, Andes, and other alpine areas than in the rest of the globe, placing enormous pressures on the peoples who live there. Many of the communities so impacted comprise indigenous and other communities already often marginalized economically and socially in their societies. How can these communities find a new path towards development in the face of such rapid change, in ways that both preserve traditional ways of live, lead to the meeting of Millennium Development Goals; yet do not contribute even more to the environmental changes already occurring with rapid ?cryospheric? climate change? What are the ?cryosphere-specific? sustainable development measures most helpful to these regions? A panel discussion with representatives and experts from some of the most climate-impacted places on earth. Sustainable Public Procurement is meant to allow preferencial treatment in bidding processes for socio-environmentally correct products with less environmental impact and lower risk to human health. It is related to the acquisition of goods, materials and services whose manufacture, use and disposal incorporate socio-environmentally sustainable standards. Thus, the policy objective is to spread the links between sustainability and government hiring, generating positive impact on the marketplace and promoting new production sectors - the so-called "green economy" ( United Nations Environment Programme - UNEP). The objective of the seminar is to present the policy from the perspective of the formulator entity (Ministrio do Planejamento), the legal entity (Advocacia-Geral da Unio) and the audit organ (Tribunal de Contas da Unio). Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) is increasingly recognized as a tool for sustainable management of natural resources. Although PES was initially intended to achieve conservation goals, the dependence of the majority of rural populations upon local ecosystems have brought about a consideration of PES being designed to be both pro-poor and community-based.This can be achieved by integrating pro-development objectives into thedesign of PES schemes .ICRAF and the consortium WWF/CARE International, for example, proposed an approach of ?pro-poor rewards for environmental services? and ?equitable payments for watershed services? ,with the objective to deliver sustainable natural resource management and improve livelihoods for the rural poor. The use of PES to address both environmental improvement and poverty reduction objectives represents debatable issue for a wider reception of the PES approach. Evidence from Indonesia, Cameroon and India presented in the panel demonstrates that empowering women as resource managers and entrepreneurs presents a powerful strategy that can be used to address both local and global environment concerns. But institutional gender blindness renders women?s contributions to climate change mitigation and adaptation invisible, and therefore not valued. National climate change policies and organizations overlook women?s value, in part because of biases that exclude women as leaders. Combined with their lower levels of education, time availability, formal property rights, and technical skills, this has resulted in an exclusion of women?s interests when climate change, REDD+, or renewable energy finance decisions are made. Means of providing value for women?s contributions to sustainable development and the green economy, discussed in the event, can address the risks of further marginalising women and jeopardising environmental sustainability initiatives posed by existing climate change finance mechanisms.

Sustainable Public Procurement

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Pro-poor Payment for Ecosystems Services: global knowledge networking

16/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

Women's Leadership in a Green Economy: Valuing Women's Contributions t

16/06/2012

13:30:00

(Riocentro)

Sustainable Transport Contribution to Rio+20 and its Implementation

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

The Human right to water and sanitation: The challenge of implementation

16/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Transport comprises a significant economic sector in most countries and is of particular relevance to the green economy theme of Rio+20 because of its potential for wide-ranging environmental, economic and social development benefits. There is a growing realization that the current rapid unrestrained growth in private motorization while improving access is not sustainable. This side event organized on behalf of the SLoCaT Partnership will present the contribution of the sustainable transport community to the Rio+20 Conference and its implementation. This includes: (a) a Roadmap for Sustainable Transport in the coming years including a set of targets and indicators, (b) voluntary commitments by a group of multilateral development banks as well other stakeholders on sustainable transport, and (c) description of proposed institutional framework for sustainable transport in the post Rio+20 period. The aim of the Workshop is to check and to evaluate the evolution to local and international level of the Access to the Drinkable Water as human right, from her Firstly Summit of the Earth up to the current importance. There will be a comprehensive introduction of Chinafs efforts, progress and challenges in practicing sustainable development within the past decade. There will also be an introduction to the following strategies of China, a clarification of the expectations of the Chinese Government for this conference and its target and subject, and an introduction to the side conferences of Chinese government, and which will also present a video on Chinese national sustainable development Taiwan is vulnerable in term of climate change. Three years ago, Taiwan suffered from the havoc of the typhoon Morakot and recovered with the joint efforts by the civil societies and the government.

China's Progress on Sustainable Development & Expectations of Rio+20

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Forests, Livelihoods, and Green Economy

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

With the successful experience, we aim to shed more light on forests and livelihoods in terms of sustainable development and green economy by holding this gForests, Livelihoods, and Green Economyh side event to comply with the goal shown in Rio+20 Briefing#2 and further advance the efforts in sustainable development and forest managementI

Sustainable Development in the Face of Rapid Climate Change: High Alpi

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Climate change is occurring twice as fast in regions such as the Arctic, Himalayas, Andes, and other alpine areas than in the rest of the globe, placing enormous pressures on the peoples who live there. Many of the communities so impacted comprise indigenous and other communities already often marginalized economically and socially in their societies. How can these communities find a new path towards development in the face of such rapid change, in ways that both preserve traditional ways of live, lead to the meeting of Millennium Development Goals; yet do not contribute even more to the environmental changes already occurring with rapid ?cryospheric? climate change? What are the ?cryosphere-specific? sustainable development measures most helpful to these regions? A panel discussion with representatives and experts from some of the most climate-impacted places on earth. Sustainable Public Procurement is meant to allow preferencial treatment in bidding processes for socio-environmentally correct products with less environmental impact and lower risk to human health. It is related to the acquisition of goods, materials and services whose manufacture, use and disposal incorporate socio-environmentally sustainable standards. Thus, the policy objective is to spread the links between sustainability and government hiring, generating positive impact on the marketplace and promoting new production sectors - the so-called "green economy" ( United Nations Environment Programme - UNEP). The objective of the seminar is to present the policy from the perspective of the formulator entity (Ministrio do Planejamento), the legal entity (Advocacia-Geral da Unio) and the audit organ (Tribunal de Contas da Unio). Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) is increasingly recognized as a tool for sustainable management of natural resources. Although PES was initially intended to achieve conservation goals, the dependence of the majority of rural populations upon local ecosystems have brought about a consideration of PES being designed to be both pro-poor and community-based.This can be achieved by integrating pro-development objectives into thedesign of PES schemes .ICRAF and the consortium WWF/CARE International, for example, proposed an approach of ?pro-poor rewards for environmental services? and ?equitable payments for watershed services? ,with the objective to deliver sustainable natural resource management and improve livelihoods for the rural poor. The use of PES to address both environmental improvement and poverty reduction objectives represents debatable issue for a wider reception of the PES approach.

Sustainable Public Procurement

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Pro-poor Payment for Ecosystems Services: global knowledge networking

16/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

Women's Leadership in a Green Economy: Valuing Women's Contributions t

16/06/2012

13:30:00

(Riocentro)

Evidence from Indonesia, Cameroon and India presented in the panel demonstrates that empowering women as resource managers and entrepreneurs presents a powerful strategy that can be used to address both local and global environment concerns. But institutional gender blindness renders women?s contributions to climate change mitigation and adaptation invisible, and therefore not valued. National climate change policies and organizations overlook women?s value, in part because of biases that exclude women as leaders. Combined with their lower levels of education, time availability, formal property rights, and technical skills, this has resulted in an exclusion of women?s interests when climate change, REDD+, or renewable energy finance decisions are made. Means of providing value for women?s contributions to sustainable development and the green economy, discussed in the event, can address the risks of further marginalising women and jeopardising environmental sustainability initiatives posed by existing climate change finance mechanisms. Transport comprises a significant economic sector in most countries and is of particular relevance to the green economy theme of Rio+20 because of its potential for wide-ranging environmental, economic and social development benefits. There is a growing realization that the current rapid unrestrained growth in private motorization while improving access is not sustainable. This side event organized on behalf of the SLoCaT Partnership will present the contribution of the sustainable transport community to the Rio+20 Conference and its implementation. This includes: (a) a Roadmap for Sustainable Transport in the coming years including a set of targets and indicators, (b) voluntary commitments by a group of multilateral development banks as well other stakeholders on sustainable transport, and (c) description of proposed institutional framework for sustainable transport in the post Rio+20 period. The aim of the Workshop is to check and to evaluate the evolution to local and international level of the Access to the Drinkable Water as human right, from her Firstly Summit of the Earth up to the current importance. There will be a comprehensive introduction of Chinafs efforts, progress and challenges in practicing sustainable development within the past decade. There will also be an introduction to the following strategies of China, a clarification of the expectations of the Chinese Government for this conference and its target and subject, and an introduction to the side conferences of Chinese government, and which will also present a video on Chinese national sustainable development Taiwan is vulnerable in term of climate change. Three years ago, Taiwan suffered from the havoc of the typhoon Morakot and recovered with the joint efforts by the civil societies and the government.

Sustainable Transport Contribution to Rio+20 and its Implementation

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

The Human right to water and sanitation: The challenge of implementation

16/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

China's Progress on Sustainable Development & Expectations of Rio+20

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Forests, Livelihoods, and Green Economy

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

With the successful experience, we aim to shed more light on forests and livelihoods in terms of sustainable development and green economy by holding this gForests, Livelihoods, and Green Economyh side event to comply with the goal shown in Rio+20 Briefing#2 and further advance the efforts in sustainable development and forest managementI

Sustainable Development in the Face of Rapid Climate Change: High Alpi

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Climate change is occurring twice as fast in regions such as the Arctic, Himalayas, Andes, and other alpine areas than in the rest of the globe, placing enormous pressures on the peoples who live there. Many of the communities so impacted comprise indigenous and other communities already often marginalized economically and socially in their societies. How can these communities find a new path towards development in the face of such rapid change, in ways that both preserve traditional ways of live, lead to the meeting of Millennium Development Goals; yet do not contribute even more to the environmental changes already occurring with rapid ?cryospheric? climate change? What are the ?cryosphere-specific? sustainable development measures most helpful to these regions? A panel discussion with representatives and experts from some of the most climate-impacted places on earth. Sustainable Public Procurement is meant to allow preferencial treatment in bidding processes for socio-environmentally correct products with less environmental impact and lower risk to human health. It is related to the acquisition of goods, materials and services whose manufacture, use and disposal incorporate socio-environmentally sustainable standards. Thus, the policy objective is to spread the links between sustainability and government hiring, generating positive impact on the marketplace and promoting new production sectors - the so-called "green economy" ( United Nations Environment Programme - UNEP). The objective of the seminar is to present the policy from the perspective of the formulator entity (Ministrio do Planejamento), the legal entity (Advocacia-Geral da Unio) and the audit organ (Tribunal de Contas da Unio).

Sustainable Public Procurement

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Pro-poor Payment for Ecosystems Services: global knowledge networking

16/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) is increasingly recognized as a tool for sustainable management of natural resources. Although PES was initially intended to achieve conservation goals, the dependence of the majority of rural populations upon local ecosystems have brought about a consideration of PES being designed to be both pro-poor and community-based.This can be achieved by integrating pro-development objectives into thedesign of PES schemes .ICRAF and the consortium WWF/CARE International, for example, proposed an approach of ?pro-poor rewards for environmental services? and ?equitable payments for watershed services? ,with the objective to deliver sustainable natural resource management and improve livelihoods for the rural poor. The use of PES to address both environmental improvement and poverty reduction objectives represents debatable issue for a wider reception of the PES approach. Evidence from Indonesia, Cameroon and India presented in the panel demonstrates that empowering women as resource managers and entrepreneurs presents a powerful strategy that can be used to address both local and global environment concerns. But institutional gender blindness renders women?s contributions to climate change mitigation and adaptation invisible, and therefore not valued. National climate change policies and organizations overlook women?s value, in part because of biases that exclude women as leaders. Combined with their lower levels of education, time availability, formal property rights, and technical skills, this has resulted in an exclusion of women?s interests when climate change, REDD+, or renewable energy finance decisions are made. Means of providing value for women?s contributions to sustainable development and the green economy, discussed in the event, can address the risks of further marginalising women and jeopardising environmental sustainability initiatives posed by existing climate change finance mechanisms. Transport comprises a significant economic sector in most countries and is of particular relevance to the green economy theme of Rio+20 because of its potential for wide-ranging environmental, economic and social development benefits. There is a growing realization that the current rapid unrestrained growth in private motorization while improving access is not sustainable. This side event organized on behalf of the SLoCaT Partnership will present the contribution of the sustainable transport community to the Rio+20 Conference and its implementation. This includes: (a) a Roadmap for Sustainable Transport in the coming years including a set of targets and indicators, (b) voluntary commitments by a group of multilateral development banks as well other stakeholders on sustainable transport, and (c) description of proposed institutional framework for sustainable transport in the post Rio+20 period. A palestra tem o objetivo de quebrar o paradigma que relaciona ganhos ambientais e econmicos nas MPE com altos custos ou investimentos nas empresas. Nessa palestra sero mostrados os pontos mais comuns de desperdcio de energia em sistemas de iluminao, alm de apresentar algumas solues tpicas voltadas para a eliminao desses desperdcios. Sero abordados aspectos tcnicos e no tcnicos em uma linguagem atraente de fcil entendimento, como por exemplo, o efeito da cor da luz no comportamento humano. Este seminrio objetiva introduzir o tema da biodiversidade e dos servios ecossistmicos na pauta dos governos subnacionais atravs da apresentao de uma metodologia de trabalho para a conservao da biodiversidade baseada no Guia de Aes e Estratgias para a Biodiversidade Local idealizado em conjunto pela Conveno para Diversidade Biolgica, Universidade das Naes Unidas Instituto de Estudos Avanados (UNU-IAS) e ICLEI. Evento restrito a convidados. Palestrantes: Dra. Tatiana Maria Cecy Gadda, Professora, UTFPR; Dra. Tamara Simone van Kaick, Professora, UTFPR; Patricia Prcoma Pellanda, Pesquisadora Studio Cidades e Biodiversidade, UTFPR; Rafael Moreira Cesar da Costa, Consultor Tcnico, Centro Internacional de Formao de Atores Locais para a Amrica Latina (CIFAL); Patrizia Kelly Bittencourt Pereira, Analista Tcnica, Centro Internacional de Formao de Atores Locais para a Amrica Latina (CIFAL).

Women's Leadership in a Green Economy: Valuing Women's Contributions t

16/06/2012

13:30:00

(Riocentro)

Sustainable Transport Contribution to Rio+20 and its Implementation

16/06/2012

13:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

5 Menos que so Mais. 16/06/2012 14:00:00 Aterro do Flamengo

Eficincia Energtica na Iluminao

16/06/2012

14:00:00

Aterro do Flamengo

BiodiverCIDADE: como considerar a biodiversidade na gesto do meio urbano?

16/06/2012

14:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

Seminrio Internacional das Reservas da Biosfera, Programa MaB/UNESCO "O Homem e a Biosfera" ATELIER: Engagement interculturel pour un monde juste et durable: Le Barcelona Consensus Frente aos instrumentos e falsas solues do capitalismo verde: resistindo aos impactos territoriais e as estratgias institucionais de mercantilizao da natureza CENTRO CULTURAL INDGENA Roda de conversa Sobre o Papel da Cincia para o desenvolvimento Sustentvel Rede Biomas Medicinais - Roda de Conversa Os direitos da juventude no se vendem, se defendem

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As consequncias do pagamento dos servios da Dvida Pblica brasileira para os trabalhadores e o meio-ambiente Consideraes Geopoliticas sobre Aquecimento Global Promoting responsible corporate conduct: The reviewed OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises China Youth Activism 101 Sem justia, sem direitos: o caso palestino O Movimento Negro e o Combate ao Racismo em Tempos de Crise Socioambiental Convergenica das juventudes para Trabalho, por uma outra economia e novos paradigmos de sociedade Convergencia das juventudes para Soberania alimentar Roda de Conversa - Cultura, Sustentabilidade e Desenvolvimento de Tempos em Tempos Doenas Raras: 13 milhes de esquecidos no Brasil Inovaes em sustentabilidade para o aquecimento global Roda de Conversas Modelo Econmico, Trabalho e Ambiente Atelier: Prenons soin de la plante, et partageons nos responsabilits ! Palestra Omisso na defesa dos indgenas no Brasil de 1500 at hoje Mega eventos: Impactos sobre o turismo e explorao sexual das mulheres jovens GLOBAL ASSEMBLY CONFRONTING THE EXTRACTIVE MEGA PROJECTS In Support of Small Scale Food Producers Young People Fixing the Broken Food System Desafios do Desenvolvimento Sustentavel para os Paises BRICS Oficina para confeccionar um rob de 2 metros, utilizando materiais descartveis coletados no local Construindo outros modelos: a fora da amizade na construo e ao de redes transformadoras Troca de Saberes com as Rodas de Memrias de Tradio Oral e Escrita no Caminho da Cidadania Vdeo-Debate: Saberes e Fazeres da herana cultural da gastronomia indgena contra a fome e a misria, como contraponto Economia Verde Seminrio e Debate " Justia Climtica, Emergncia Climtica, Sustentabilidade e Aquecimento Global". Seminnar and Debate "Climate Justice, Climate Emergency, Sustainability and Global Warming" Proyecto Sensibilizacion contra la quema de desmonte en la actividad agrcola y domstica, una actividad que est destruyendo nuestra biodiversidad Viva Rio +20 O PT e as Perspectivas Ecopolticas Impactos dos Agrotxicos na Sade e no Ambiente Que Sustentabilidade Queremos? Lanamento de Publicaes sobre Sade e Ambiente e debate com autores e editores A Favela na Agenda dos Direitos Sociais e Ambientais Festival Encantado Forum: Teatro Os Inclusos e os Sisos Forum: Ecossistemas de Mercados Inclusivos na AL Forum: A Fora dos Negcios a Servio da Sociedade Debate astros e arcanos - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Clube do Vale Encantado Forte de Copacabana Forte de Copacabana Forte de Copacabana Show de Msica com Rudo | BoTecoeletro | Cibelle | General Eletriks | M | The Twelves e participaes especiais - maiores informaes: festivalencantado.org inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) Debate Astros & Arcanos da Rio+20 O debate ser moderado por Antonio Carlos Bola Harres, com ampla participao do pblico. Convidados: Alexsander Lepletier, Dimitri Camiloto, Enio Lindenbaum, Martha Pires Ferreira. . Entrada Franca

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Evento Inaugural - Lounge de Sustentabilidade

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A Conferncia da BMW ser realizada dentro do contexto da Rio+20, em nosso Lounge de Sustentabilidade - uma rea de exposio localizada do outro lado do Rio de Janeiro, a qual exibe todas as iniciativas de sustentabilidade do BMW Group, desde suas inovaes, cadeia de valor e tecnologia de produtos a pessoas e ideias que estimulam a sustentabilidade. Ser um local de ideias, dilogos e exemplos durante a Conferncia das Naes Unidas sobre o Desenvolvimento Sustentvel, na Rio+20, entre 13 e 24 de Junho de 2012, no Rio de Janeiro. PROJETO DE BIOGS DESENVOLVIDO PELA ITAIPU BINACIONAL OFFICIAL EVENTS

PROJETO DE BIOGS DESENVOLVIDO PELA ITAIPU BINACIONAL Sustainable Development Dialogues: Sustainable Development as an answer to the economic and financial crisis

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Fomentando Cidades Sustentveis desafios e prticas

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A partir da metade do sculo XX o Brasil se tornou um pas urbano, atualmente com 84% das pessoas vivendo nas cidade, sendo que em algumas regies metropolitanas esse percentual est acima de 95%. No conceito de sustentabilidade, o crescimento das cidades deve vir acompanhado de infraestrutura, habitao, servios e equipamentos que forneamos insumos necessrios para garanti a qualidade de vida da populao. No entanto, nem sempre foi assim, as cidades cresceram de forma irregular e sem planejamento, com seus habitantes, muitas vezes, vivendo em condies precrias. Para reverter esse processo e reduzir o dficit habitacional so necessrios investimentos na produo de habitao e em saneamento bsico, transporte pblico e equipamentos, visando minimizar as diferenas sociais e buscar a incluso dessa populao. Desta forma, a CAIXA tem investido na infraestrutura das cidades brasileiras, alm de financiar a produo de moradias, inclusive para as famlias de baixa renda, faixa mais afetada pelo dficit habitacional. Alm dos investimentos em infraestrutura e habitao, como forma de induzir a sustentabilidade nas cidades, a CAIXA possui o programa Construes Sustentveis. O programa agrega uma srie de aes voltadas sustentabilidade das edificaes, tais como uso de madeira legal, eficincia energtica nas habitaes, uso de sistemas de aquecimento solar de gua, arborizao urbana e o Selo Casa Azul, com 53 ideias sustentveis para a construo de moradias. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Sergio Besserman economista, ambientalista, ex-presidente do Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatstica (IBGE), comentarista televisivo, professor da PUC/RJ; Jos Urbano Duarte - Vice-Presidente de Governo e Habitao da CAIXA, banco pblico brasileiro, lder do crdito habitacional e principal executor de polticas pblicas do Governo Federal

Agenda 21 na Amaznia Legal: o caso do municpio de Raposa-MA

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Agenda 21 na Amaznia, as iniciativas das agendas locais, o estudo de caso do municpio de Raposa. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrante: Andra de Arajo - Diretora do Centro de Educao, Cincias Exatas e Naturais/CECEN Presidente da Comisso de Educao Ambiental da UEMA. TEMPO A. Relato-experimental do processo de pesquisa e montagem do espetculo teatral JAGUAR CIBERNTICO tetralogia canibal de Francisco Carlos com projeo de ensaiosfotogrficos: Pea 1 BANQUETE TUBINAMB Pea 2 ABORIGENE EM METROPOLIS Pea 3 XAMANISMO THE CONECTION - Pea 4 FLORESTA DE CARBONO DE VOLTA AO PARASO PERDIDO. TEMPO B. Palestra desconstruda sobre o livro A FUNO SOCIAL DA GUERRA NA SOCIEDADE TUPINAMB de Florestan Fernandes ilustrada com projeo das gravuras dos livros de viagem de Hans Staden. . Entrada Franca ETAPA CARIOCA FBERJ E CBB - 3X3 - BASQUETE. Entrada Franca O debate de traz a apresentao da proposta de Piso de Proteo Socioambiental. Convidados: Tereza Campello, Stephen Hale, Francisco Menezes. Evento pblico Eastern Europe, which includes countries ranging from Baltic states to Caucasus, is an important region for the global progress towards sustainable development, yet the international community knows very little about the relevant policy change taking place there and, in particular, about the state of development of sustainable consumption and production (SCP) policies and practices. The event would allow to present an overview of the current situation with SCP policies in the 9 countries of the region (3 Baltic states plus 6 Eastern Partnership countries), prepared by experts from all the countries assessed, and share recommendations for policy-makers and major groups on how to advance SCP on the countries? reform agenda with the interested audience. Relato-experimental do processo de pesquisa e montagem do espetculo teatral JAGUAR CIBERNTICO tetralogia canibal de Francisco Carlos com projeo de ensaios-fotogrficos + Palestra desconstruda sobre o livro A FUNO SOCIAL DA GUERRA NA SOCIEDADE TUPINAMB de Florestan Fernandes.

Relatos Canibais - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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Basquete 3X3 - Ocupao ABC Urbana www.imaginario.etc.br Arena Socioambiental - Encontros Globais - Piso de Proteo Socioambiental

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Assessing Sustainable Consumption and Production in Eastern Europe

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Relatos Canibais Parque Lage EAV (Salo Nobre)

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Assessing Sustainable Consumption and Production in Eastern Europe

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T-4 (Riocentro)

Eastern Europe, which includes countries ranging from Baltic states to Caucasus, is an important region for the global progress towards sustainable development, yet the international community knows very little about the relevant policy change taking place there and, in particular, about the state of development of sustainable consumption and production (SCP) policies and practices. The event would allow to present an overview of the current situation with SCP policies in the 9 countries of the region (3 Baltic states plus 6 Eastern Partnership countries), prepared by experts from all the countries assessed, and share recommendations for policy-makers and major groups on how to advance SCP on the countries? reform agenda with the interested audience. Eastern Europe, which includes countries ranging from Baltic states to Caucasus, is an important region for the global progress towards sustainable development, yet the international community knows very little about the relevant policy change taking place there and, in particular, about the state of development of sustainable consumption and production (SCP) policies and practices. The event would allow to present an overview of the current situation with SCP policies in the 9 countries of the region (3 Baltic states plus 6 Eastern Partnership countries), prepared by experts from all the countries assessed, and share recommendations for policy-makers and major groups on how to advance SCP on the countries? reform agenda with the interested audience. PROJETO DE AUTO-PRODUO DE ENERGIA ELTRICA POR PAINIS FOTOVOLTAICOS DO ESTDIO DO PITUAU-SALVADOR/BA

Assessing Sustainable Consumption and Production in Eastern Europe

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T-4 (Riocentro)

PROJETO DE AUTO-PRODUO DE ENERGIA ELTRICA POR PAINIS FOTOVOLTAICOS DO ESTDIO DO PITUAU-SALVADOR/BA Seminrio Internacional Por Mudanas Radicais: Agricultura Familiar Camponesa e Agroecologia como Alternativa Crise do Sistema Agroalimentar Industrial Debate: Achieving a sustainable future in Rio: what can do a Blue Economy? Geoengenharia: por que a Rio+20 tem que proibir a manipulao climtica Envelhecimento, Geraes, Natureza, Ambiente e as biodivers(as)idades: ou o futuro dos que envelhecem sem gua!?!

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Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Last year the international community has advanced in developing standards for responsible corporate conduct, mainly in the field of human rights respect. Examples of these are the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises who has reviewed and approved the new version of the Guide in May 2011; other is the UN Human Rights Council who approved the Policy Framework (2008) and its Guiding Principles (June 2011) for Human Rights and Transnational Corporations. These are standards approved at an intergovernmental level promoting concrete conduct standards linking the needed implementation of due diligence concept particularly in the field of human rights. The impact to sustainable development that MNEs have is of such important that in many developing countries are practically leading the investments agenda for the country as well. Responsible conduct is required for all 3 pillars of Sustainable Development and for improving a better and green economy pattern in the developing path. La fort est bien plus qu?un puits de carbone ou un stock de ressources ligneuses et d?nergie. Elle se situe au c?ur de trs nombreuses proccupations environnementales et socitales majeures. Elle est pourvoyeuse d?une multitude de ressources et de services, dont certains cruciaux pour la survie de l?humanit, pouvant alimenter une conomie verte soutenant l?radication de la pauvret. Climate change, poverty, energy and water scarcity, natural disasters and food crisis, are issues affecting especially the most vulnerable in the world. Central America is no exception, and a way to face these matters has been through community agro-forestry. Using concrete cases and experiences, we will show how an arrangement of different stakeholders and public-private alliances, government policies committed to sustainable development, south-south cooperation experiences, transparency and accountability, along with community and producers? participation in productive schemes has been a successful combination in Central America. We will show how agro-forestry aides at reducing poverty, creating jobs, guaranteeing food security, using water efficiently and adapting to climate change. Agro-forestry is a clear example that it is possible to produce harmonically with the environment, in a social equitable and economically profitable way. Community agro-forestry is a practical and tangible example of what green economy and sustainable development are about.

Promoting Responsible Corporate Conduct: The OECD Guidelines for MNEs

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T-3 (Riocentro)

Foret, Economie Verte et Lutte contre la Pauvrete

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T-2 (Riocentro)

Central American community agro-forestry: climate and food security

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15:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Agro ecological farming can feed the world: in practice

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15:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Franciscans International (FI), Dominicans for Justice and Peace (DfJP), Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA), Edmund Rice International (ERI), Good shepherd Sisters Association (GSSA) have extensive networks at the grassroots level and with farmers? organizations throughout the world. Their activities include promoting people-centered development and human rights, and advocating for peace and justice, for just and sustainable production and consumption of food, and for environmental protection. The proposed side event on ?Agro ecological farming can feed the world: Ecologically and socially sustainable agriculture in practice? will demonstrate how agro ecological farming respects the limits of the planet?s ecosystem, integrates traditional knowledge from local communities, reduces waste, and can serve as a means to advance rural communities towards food and technological sovereignty. With Rio +20 comes the opportunity to highlight and reinforce the commitments that nations across the globe have already made to our oceans. A healthy and resilient marine environment is crucial to achieving sustainable development and securing marine resources for present and future generations. Why then has progress towards marine protection been so slow, where are the major gaps and what can realistically be done to fill those gaps and meet international targets? These are all questions the Marine Reserves Coalition (MRC) will be addressing at Rio +20, in light of the vital role healthy oceans play in sustainable development and in the social and economic well-being of human populations across the globe. Bringing together a mixture of scientists, policy experts and decision-makers, the MRC side event will reinforce international targets for marine protection and outline the road to achieving those targets through the designation of marine reserves. The Chinese Association for International Understanding (CAFIU) is a non-profit organization aiming at enhancing mutual understanding and cooperation between China and other countries. For our side event, we will invite roughly seven key speakers from different sectors with presentations of carefully selected best business practices and policies. These speakers will also lead parallel group discussions with attendees at the event. By this we aim to promote intellectual exchanges between China and the international community in terms of transiting to a green economy and alleviating poverty. Confirmed presenters include the representatives from Chinese business sector as well as local authorities, such as Wang Shi, CEO of Wanke Architecture Company and Li Jun, chief of Guiyang City. We have also invited Martin Lees, former Secretary-General of Club of Rome and Xu Kuangdi, vice chairman of 10th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, to share their insights. The transition to inclusive, green and climate resilient development creates unprecedented needs, challenges and opportunities for strengthening human resources and skills development. This critical human capacity development dimension of green development has received specific attention in several recent international flagship reports, including: ? the report of the Secretary-General?s High Level Panel on Global Sustainability ?Resilient People, Resilient Planet: A Future Worth Choosing? (2012); ? the 2012 UNEP foresight report ?21 Issues for the 21st Century? (2012); ? the ILO report ?Skills for Green Jobs: A Global View (2011)?; and the ? UN Environmental Management Group (EMG) report ?Working towards a Balanced and Inclusive Green Economy: A United Nations System-wide Perspective? (2012). Culture and Cultural Diversity play an important role in sustainable development. Culture fosters economic growth, helps individuals and communities to expand their life choices, is important to adapt to change and raising the resilience of social-ecological systems. As the Preamble of UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions states ?cultural diversity creates a rich and varied world, which increases the range of choices and nurtures human capacities and values, and therefore is a mainspring for sustainable development for communities, peoples and nations?. Article 13 of the above Convention establishes that ?Parties shall endeavour to integrate culture in their development policies at all levels for the creation of conditions conducive to sustainable development (...)? Despite the importance of culture and cultural diversity and the conventional dispositions, the recognition of their role in sustainable development is not well designed in the international community.

Oceans for the future - How can we achieve marine reserve targets?

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15:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

China: Mobilizing Voluntary Stakeholder Contributions for an Inclusive Green Economy

16/06/2012

15:30:00

T-11 (Riocentro)

National Learning and Skills Strategies to Advance a Green Transition

16/06/2012

15:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Culture and cultural diversity as the 4th pillar of sustainability

16/06/2012

15:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Democratization of International Relations - Role of UN World Conference

16/06/2012

15:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

This Side Event will look at how UN World Conferences have played a key role in shaping the policy and programme priorities of the United Nations, as well as enhancing UN interaction with world civil society and public opinion. Environment and sustainable development issues have been of major significance in the UN world conference processes, drawing in ever more stakeholders. The Side Event will examine their impact on all stakeholders. It will review the follow-up mechanisms - including relevant UN Conventions - created for implementation of World Conference agreements, notably if and how they have secured broad NGO and public involvement in implementation structures. The Side Event will explore lessons for enhanced NGO participation in the follow-up mechanisms to UNCSD.Word Last year the international community has advanced in developing standards for responsible corporate conduct, mainly in the field of human rights respect. Examples of these are the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises who has reviewed and approved the new version of the Guide in May 2011; other is the UN Human Rights Council who approved the Policy Framework (2008) and its Guiding Principles (June 2011) for Human Rights and Transnational Corporations. These are standards approved at an intergovernmental level promoting concrete conduct standards linking the needed implementation of due diligence concept particularly in the field of human rights. The impact to sustainable development that MNEs have is of such important that in many developing countries are practically leading the investments agenda for the country as well. Responsible conduct is required for all 3 pillars of Sustainable Development and for improving a better and green economy pattern in the developing path. La fort est bien plus qu?un puits de carbone ou un stock de ressources ligneuses et d?nergie. Elle se situe au c?ur de trs nombreuses proccupations environnementales et socitales majeures. Elle est pourvoyeuse d?une multitude de ressources et de services, dont certains cruciaux pour la survie de l?humanit, pouvant alimenter une conomie verte soutenant l?radication de la pauvret. Climate change, poverty, energy and water scarcity, natural disasters and food crisis, are issues affecting especially the most vulnerable in the world. Central America is no exception, and a way to face these matters has been through community agro-forestry. Using concrete cases and experiences, we will show how an arrangement of different stakeholders and public-private alliances, government policies committed to sustainable development, south-south cooperation experiences, transparency and accountability, along with community and producers? participation in productive schemes has been a successful combination in Central America. We will show how agro-forestry aides at reducing poverty, creating jobs, guaranteeing food security, using water efficiently and adapting to climate change. Agro-forestry is a clear example that it is possible to produce harmonically with the environment, in a social equitable and economically profitable way. Community agro-forestry is a practical and tangible example of what green economy and sustainable development are about. Franciscans International (FI), Dominicans for Justice and Peace (DfJP), Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA), Edmund Rice International (ERI), Good shepherd Sisters Association (GSSA) have extensive networks at the grassroots level and with farmers? organizations throughout the world. Their activities include promoting people-centered development and human rights, and advocating for peace and justice, for just and sustainable production and consumption of food, and for environmental protection. The proposed side event on ?Agro ecological farming can feed the world: Ecologically and socially sustainable agriculture in practice? will demonstrate how agro ecological farming respects the limits of the planet?s ecosystem, integrates traditional knowledge from local communities, reduces waste, and can serve as a means to advance rural communities towards food and technological sovereignty. With Rio +20 comes the opportunity to highlight and reinforce the commitments that nations across the globe have already made to our oceans. A healthy and resilient marine environment is crucial to achieving sustainable development and securing marine resources for present and future generations. Why then has progress towards marine protection been so slow, where are the major gaps and what can realistically be done to fill those gaps and meet international targets? These are all questions the Marine Reserves Coalition (MRC) will be addressing at Rio +20, in light of the vital role healthy oceans play in sustainable development and in the social and economic well-being of human populations across the globe. Bringing together a mixture of scientists, policy experts and decision-makers, the MRC side event will reinforce international targets for marine protection and outline the road to achieving those targets through the designation of marine reserves.

Promoting Responsible Corporate Conduct: The OECD Guidelines for MNEs

16/06/2012

15:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Foret, Economie Verte et Lutte contre la Pauvrete

16/06/2012

15:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Central American community agro-forestry: climate and food security

16/06/2012

15:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Agro ecological farming can feed the world: in practice

16/06/2012

15:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Oceans for the future - How can we achieve marine reserve targets?

16/06/2012

15:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

China: Mobilizing Voluntary Stakeholder Contributions for an Inclusive Green Economy

16/06/2012

15:30:00

T-11 (Riocentro)

The Chinese Association for International Understanding (CAFIU) is a non-profit organization aiming at enhancing mutual understanding and cooperation between China and other countries. For our side event, we will invite roughly seven key speakers from different sectors with presentations of carefully selected best business practices and policies. These speakers will also lead parallel group discussions with attendees at the event. By this we aim to promote intellectual exchanges between China and the international community in terms of transiting to a green economy and alleviating poverty. Confirmed presenters include the representatives from Chinese business sector as well as local authorities, such as Wang Shi, CEO of Wanke Architecture Company and Li Jun, chief of Guiyang City. We have also invited Martin Lees, former Secretary-General of Club of Rome and Xu Kuangdi, vice chairman of 10th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, to share their insights. The transition to inclusive, green and climate resilient development creates unprecedented needs, challenges and opportunities for strengthening human resources and skills development. This critical human capacity development dimension of green development has received specific attention in several recent international flagship reports, including: ? the report of the Secretary-General?s High Level Panel on Global Sustainability ?Resilient People, Resilient Planet: A Future Worth Choosing? (2012); ? the 2012 UNEP foresight report ?21 Issues for the 21st Century? (2012); ? the ILO report ?Skills for Green Jobs: A Global View (2011)?; and the ? UN Environmental Management Group (EMG) report ?Working towards a Balanced and Inclusive Green Economy: A United Nations System-wide Perspective? (2012). Culture and Cultural Diversity play an important role in sustainable development. Culture fosters economic growth, helps individuals and communities to expand their life choices, is important to adapt to change and raising the resilience of social-ecological systems. As the Preamble of UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions states ?cultural diversity creates a rich and varied world, which increases the range of choices and nurtures human capacities and values, and therefore is a mainspring for sustainable development for communities, peoples and nations?. Article 13 of the above Convention establishes that ?Parties shall endeavour to integrate culture in their development policies at all levels for the creation of conditions conducive to sustainable development (...)? Despite the importance of culture and cultural diversity and the conventional dispositions, the recognition of their role in sustainable development is not well designed in the international community. This Side Event will look at how UN World Conferences have played a key role in shaping the policy and programme priorities of the United Nations, as well as enhancing UN interaction with world civil society and public opinion. Environment and sustainable development issues have been of major significance in the UN world conference processes, drawing in ever more stakeholders. The Side Event will examine their impact on all stakeholders. It will review the follow-up mechanisms - including relevant UN Conventions - created for implementation of World Conference agreements, notably if and how they have secured broad NGO and public involvement in implementation structures. The Side Event will explore lessons for enhanced NGO participation in the follow-up mechanisms to UNCSD.Word Last year the international community has advanced in developing standards for responsible corporate conduct, mainly in the field of human rights respect. Examples of these are the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises who has reviewed and approved the new version of the Guide in May 2011; other is the UN Human Rights Council who approved the Policy Framework (2008) and its Guiding Principles (June 2011) for Human Rights and Transnational Corporations. These are standards approved at an intergovernmental level promoting concrete conduct standards linking the needed implementation of due diligence concept particularly in the field of human rights. The impact to sustainable development that MNEs have is of such important that in many developing countries are practically leading the investments agenda for the country as well. Responsible conduct is required for all 3 pillars of Sustainable Development and for improving a better and green economy pattern in the developing path. La fort est bien plus qu?un puits de carbone ou un stock de ressources ligneuses et d?nergie. Elle se situe au c?ur de trs nombreuses proccupations environnementales et socitales majeures. Elle est pourvoyeuse d?une multitude de ressources et de services, dont certains cruciaux pour la survie de l?humanit, pouvant alimenter une conomie verte soutenant l?radication de la pauvret.

National Learning and Skills Strategies to Advance a Green Transition

16/06/2012

15:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Culture and cultural diversity as the 4th pillar of sustainability

16/06/2012

15:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Democratization of International Relations - Role of UN World Conference

16/06/2012

15:30:00

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Promoting Responsible Corporate Conduct: The OECD Guidelines for MNEs

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Foret, Economie Verte et Lutte contre la Pauvrete

16/06/2012

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Central American community agro-forestry: climate and food security

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Climate change, poverty, energy and water scarcity, natural disasters and food crisis, are issues affecting especially the most vulnerable in the world. Central America is no exception, and a way to face these matters has been through community agro-forestry. Using concrete cases and experiences, we will show how an arrangement of different stakeholders and public-private alliances, government policies committed to sustainable development, south-south cooperation experiences, transparency and accountability, along with community and producers? participation in productive schemes has been a successful combination in Central America. We will show how agro-forestry aides at reducing poverty, creating jobs, guaranteeing food security, using water efficiently and adapting to climate change. Agro-forestry is a clear example that it is possible to produce harmonically with the environment, in a social equitable and economically profitable way. Community agro-forestry is a practical and tangible example of what green economy and sustainable development are about. Franciscans International (FI), Dominicans for Justice and Peace (DfJP), Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA), Edmund Rice International (ERI), Good shepherd Sisters Association (GSSA) have extensive networks at the grassroots level and with farmers? organizations throughout the world. Their activities include promoting people-centered development and human rights, and advocating for peace and justice, for just and sustainable production and consumption of food, and for environmental protection. The proposed side event on ?Agro ecological farming can feed the world: Ecologically and socially sustainable agriculture in practice? will demonstrate how agro ecological farming respects the limits of the planet?s ecosystem, integrates traditional knowledge from local communities, reduces waste, and can serve as a means to advance rural communities towards food and technological sovereignty. With Rio +20 comes the opportunity to highlight and reinforce the commitments that nations across the globe have already made to our oceans. A healthy and resilient marine environment is crucial to achieving sustainable development and securing marine resources for present and future generations. Why then has progress towards marine protection been so slow, where are the major gaps and what can realistically be done to fill those gaps and meet international targets? These are all questions the Marine Reserves Coalition (MRC) will be addressing at Rio +20, in light of the vital role healthy oceans play in sustainable development and in the social and economic well-being of human populations across the globe. Bringing together a mixture of scientists, policy experts and decision-makers, the MRC side event will reinforce international targets for marine protection and outline the road to achieving those targets through the designation of marine reserves. The Chinese Association for International Understanding (CAFIU) is a non-profit organization aiming at enhancing mutual understanding and cooperation between China and other countries. For our side event, we will invite roughly seven key speakers from different sectors with presentations of carefully selected best business practices and policies. These speakers will also lead parallel group discussions with attendees at the event. By this we aim to promote intellectual exchanges between China and the international community in terms of transiting to a green economy and alleviating poverty. Confirmed presenters include the representatives from Chinese business sector as well as local authorities, such as Wang Shi, CEO of Wanke Architecture Company and Li Jun, chief of Guiyang City. We have also invited Martin Lees, former Secretary-General of Club of Rome and Xu Kuangdi, vice chairman of 10th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, to share their insights. The transition to inclusive, green and climate resilient development creates unprecedented needs, challenges and opportunities for strengthening human resources and skills development. This critical human capacity development dimension of green development has received specific attention in several recent international flagship reports, including: ? the report of the Secretary-General?s High Level Panel on Global Sustainability ?Resilient People, Resilient Planet: A Future Worth Choosing? (2012); ? the 2012 UNEP foresight report ?21 Issues for the 21st Century? (2012); ? the ILO report ?Skills for Green Jobs: A Global View (2011)?; and the ? UN Environmental Management Group (EMG) report ?Working towards a Balanced and Inclusive Green Economy: A United Nations System-wide Perspective? (2012).

Agro ecological farming can feed the world: in practice

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T-6 (Riocentro)

Oceans for the future - How can we achieve marine reserve targets?

16/06/2012

15:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

China: Mobilizing Voluntary Stakeholder Contributions for an Inclusive Green Economy

16/06/2012

15:30:00

T-11 (Riocentro)

National Learning and Skills Strategies to Advance a Green Transition

16/06/2012

15:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Culture and cultural diversity as the 4th pillar of sustainability

16/06/2012

15:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Democratization of International Relations - Role of UN World Conference

16/06/2012

15:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

Culture and Cultural Diversity play an important role in sustainable development. Culture fosters economic growth, helps individuals and communities to expand their life choices, is important to adapt to change and raising the resilience of social-ecological systems. As the Preamble of UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions states ?cultural diversity creates a rich and varied world, which increases the range of choices and nurtures human capacities and values, and therefore is a mainspring for sustainable development for communities, peoples and nations?. Article 13 of the above Convention establishes that ?Parties shall endeavour to integrate culture in their development policies at all levels for the creation of conditions conducive to sustainable development (...)? Despite the importance of culture and cultural diversity and the conventional dispositions, the recognition of their role in sustainable development is not well designed in the international community. This Side Event will look at how UN World Conferences have played a key role in shaping the policy and programme priorities of the United Nations, as well as enhancing UN interaction with world civil society and public opinion. Environment and sustainable development issues have been of major significance in the UN world conference processes, drawing in ever more stakeholders. The Side Event will examine their impact on all stakeholders. It will review the follow-up mechanisms - including relevant UN Conventions - created for implementation of World Conference agreements, notably if and how they have secured broad NGO and public involvement in implementation structures. The Side Event will explore lessons for enhanced NGO participation in the follow-up mechanisms to UNCSD.Word

ATELIER: Engagement interculturel pour un monde juste et durable: Le Barcelona Consensus Frente aos instrumentos e falsas solues do capitalismo verde: resistindo aos impactos territoriais e as estratgias institucionais de mercantilizao da natureza

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Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo O Maranho um dos Estados Brasileiros com rica biodiversidade, agrupando em seu territrio os biomas Cerrado, Amaznia e Caatinga, alm de extensos ecossistemas costeiros. Diante deste panorama sero apresentadas as estratgias, planos e programas estaduais que visam salvaguardar os recursos florestais e a biodiversidade local. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Clarissa Moreira Coelho Costa Superintendente de Biodiversidade e reas Protegidas da Secretaria de Estado de Meio Ambiente e Recursos Naturais. Analista Ambiental Biloga, Mestre em Biodiversidade e Conservao; Isabel Cruz Camizo Supervisora de Combate e Controle ao Desmatamento e Queimadas da Secretaria de Estado de Meio Ambiente e Recursos Naturais. Analista Ambiental Engenheira Florestal e Advogada, Mestre em Direito Ambiental.

Avanos e desafios da Poltica Ambiental do Estado do Maranho na proteo florestal e da biodiversidade

16/06/2012

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Parque dos Atletas

Democratizar la comunicacin para el Buen Vivir Derechos laborales y de ciudadana de los migrantes

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Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo (Before the Flood: Tuvalu) de Paul Lindsay. Gr-Bretanha/Frana. Legendas em portugus. 62. Complemento A histria das coisas (The story of stuff) de Louis Fox. EUA, 2008. 21.

Antes do dilvio: Tuvalu

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Tuvalu uma ilha no oceano Pacfico que se assemelha ao paraso devido s mudanas climticas, ela ser imersa pelo mar em algumas dcadas, H muito tempo, os moradores da ilha esto numa luta internacional por medidas abrangentes contra as mudanas climticas. Classificao indicativa livre. Aes Socioambientais na Regio de Influncia da UHE Tucuru

Aes Socioambientais na Regio de Influncia da UHE Tucuru Facing environmental, food and economic crises. Women's experience and initiatives TALLER Como los habitantes enfrentan la crisis urbanoambiental y los desalojos Reclaiming financial regulation for rights and for the environment A contribuio do saber popular para a transio de um novo modelo de desenvolvimento Open Space "Terer com Prosa" Tema: Sustentabilidade do que estamos falando Convergenca das juventudes para Energia e industria extrativa Acting as if Tomorrow Matters: Accelerating the U.S. Transition to Sustainability Economia del cuidado: una clave para la vida del planeta

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Universidade Popular, sustentabilidade e possibilidades de transformao Bringing Climate Finance to Grassroots Women -- What does it take? Roda de Conversa: MODA, DESIGN E SUSTENTABILIDADE O que Ecossocialismo Mulheres Trabalhadoras contra o machismo e a explorao Indigenous Knowledge and Food Production Peoples Sustainability Treaties DIALOGUES A mulher, o Trabalho e o Mercado Capitalista Round Table of Youngs Twenty Years of Forest Tenure Reform: Contributions to the Rio Agenda Destruio da Floresta Amaznica e Consumo de Carne Viva Rio +20 A Ecologia, Racismo ambiental e os direitos tnicos raciais Forum: Modelos de Negcios para a Nova Economia Forum: Ativismo e Mobilizao em Tempos de Rede Forum: Empreendedorismo social frente s mudanas climticas

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Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Forte de Copacabana Forte de Copacabana Forte de Copacabana inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) Apresentaes musicais dirias, realizadas no intervalo entre os debates da Arena Encontros Globais, e show de encerramento no dia 22 de junho. A seleo de atraes contempla tanto a diversidade cultural do Brasil quanto os temas da agenda socioambiental. Atraes: Patubat, Simone Sou, Marlui Miranda, Babilak Bah e Trem Tan Tan, Marcelo Yuka, Pampa Esquema Trio, Encantadeiras de Coco. Encerramento: DJ Man, Batalha do Passinho e B-Nego, das 19h30 s 20h30 do dia 22 de junho. Evento Pblico AO INDIGENISTA COMO FORMA DE MITIGAO DE IMPACTOS AMBIENTAIS EM TERRAS INDGENA - TERRA INDGENA WAIMIRI ATROARI 1) TCU: competncias, estrutura e forma de atua. 2) Forma de atuao do TCU no controle da funo Sade em nvel federal. 3) Principais trabalhos realizados objetivos e concluses relevantes: 3.1 - auditoria no Programa Ateno Bsica em Sade; 3.2 - auditoria sobre Mamgrafos no Sistema nico de Sade (SUS); 3.3 auditoria para avaliar a Poltica Nacional de Ateno Oncolgica; 3.4 auditoria no Programa Farmcia Bsica. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Marcelo Andr Barboza da Rocha Chaves, Secretrio de Controle Externo, TCU; Dagomar Henriques Lima, Auditor, TCU.

Arena Socioambiental - Palco #SonoroBrasil

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Lanamento do Dossi da ABRASCO sobre Agrotxicos AO INDIGENISTA COMO FORMA DE MITIGAO DE IMPACTOS AMBIENTAIS EM TERRAS INDGENA - TERRA INDGENA WAIMIRI ATROARI

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Aterro do Flamengo Parque dos Atletas

A Atuao do Tribunal de Contas da Unio na rea de Sade

16/06/2012

17:30:00

Parque dos Atletas

Rodas de Conversa: Ativismo e Mobilizao para a Sustentabilidade, por meio da msica, do teatro, da arte e dos jogos cooperativos Premio _e Curta sobre povos indgenas - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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17:30:00

Aterro do Flamengo O Premio _e tem foco em sustentabilidade e visa identificar, premiar e celebrar iniciativas socioambientais desenvolvidas nos ltimos 20 anos, desde a Rio-92, e enfrentar novos desafios mundiais por uma vida melhor. curta da cineasta Paraense Clia Maracaj sobre povos indgenas ( 9 minutos) - Exibio de Karioca, filme de Marcia Halfin de 1992. 9 minutos, sobre a construo da Oca da Rio 92 pelos indios Terena . Entrada Franca Kadosh) de Amos Gitai. Israel, 1999. Com Yael Abecassis, Yoram Hattab, Uri Ran Klauzner. Legendas em portugus. 110. Complemento Carro de bois de Humberto Mauro. Brasil, 1945. 9. No bairro ultra ortodoxo de Jerusalm, duas irms reagem diferentemente aos preconceitos religiosos defendidos pelos homens. Classificao indicativa 14 anos. Curta da cineasta Paraense Clia Maracaj sobre povos indgenas + Karioca, filme de Marcia Halfin de 1992 + filme "Serras da Desordem" de Andrea Tonacci. Sesso VDEO-SHOW Presenting: Manish Bapna, Interim President (Executive Vice President and Managing Director) OFFICIAL EVENTS

16/06/2012

18:00:00

Forte de Copacabana

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Casa da Gvea

Kadosh Laos sagrados

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MAM

FILMES INDGENAS Sesso VDEO-SHOW Sustainable Development Dialogues: Sustainable Development for Fighting Poverty Sustainable Development Dialogues: Sustainable Development for fighting poverty Exibio e debate do filme Into eternity

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CASA DA GVEA Parque dos Atletas Riocentro

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Riocentro Aterro do Flamengo

Crise ambiental e cultura: economia verde, deserto verde (Encontro das Redes Alerta contra o Deserto Verde) Prmio E Plataforma Vide Urbe + artistas e coletivos associados - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Plataforma Vide Urbe + artistas e coletivos associados - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Projees espao pblicos no convencionais Palestra do tel. filosofo Leonardo Boff -Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Exibio do filme "Serras da Desordem" - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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Aterro do Flamengo Forte de Copacabana Praa Tiradentes Evento Fechado Projees em espaos no convencionais. Entrada Franca

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Praa Tiradentes PRAA TIRADENTES Casa da Gvea Casa da Gvea

Projees em espaos no convencionais . Entrada Franca Projees espao pblicos no convencionais palestra do telogo e filosofo Leonardo Boff . Entrada Franca Premiado filme de Andrea Tonacci. Entrada Franca O Governo do Brasil est organizando quatro dias de eventos de dilogo no Riocentro, onde at 50.000 participantes da sociedade civil podem se conectar e compartilhar ideias paralelamente ao programa oficial da ONU. O objetivo gerar propostas inovadoras de como a sustentabilidade pode ser aplicada a uma srie de questes, incluindo segurana alimentar, erradicao da pobreza, crise econmica, energia sustentvel para todos, gua, oceanos, consumo e produo sustentveis, inovao e cidades sustentveis, desemprego, empregos verdes e migrao. Desde 1990, a conferncia trata de economia ecolgica e poltica ambiental. E nesse ano, foi planejado para acontecer durante a Rio+20 e aproveitar o debate sobre economia verde. O nome ser Economia Ecolgica e a Rio+20 Contribuies e desafios para uma economia verde. O ISEE uma organizao sem fins lucrativos dedicado compreenso das relaes entre economia, ecologia e sociedade, para o bem-estar das pessoas e da natureza. A proposta consiste em uma exposio multimdia (vdeos, fotografia e udios) intitulada Aldeia Global: tudo nosso!, que transmitir ao pblico contedo relativo aos pilares da Rio+20. O material audiovisual ser produzindo pelos alunos e membros do Grupo Pensar, que vem apostando em uma transformao social dentro da comunidade. A exposio servir tambm como espao de reconhecimento e memria, uma vez que as imagens projetadas dialogam diretamente com o territrio e seus moradores. A inteno ento chamar a atentao para a importncia de cada indivduo na construo de um coletivo mais justo e respeitado. A exposio vai buscar mostrar que atitudes individuais aparentemente insignificantes de um nico indivduo (como jogar lixo em local inapropriado) podem resultar em uma cadeia de acontecimentos prejudiciais em grande escala.

Dilogos de Sustentabilidade Global

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Riocentro - Barra da Tijuca

12 Conferncia Bienal da Sociedade Internacional de Economia Ecolgica: ISEE 2012

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Hotel Winsor Guanabara

Aldeia Global: tudo nosso!

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UltraPPasse

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Parque do Flamengo

Performances - intervena urbana The sustainable use of natural resources is a fundamental precondition for a green economy. FSC was set up by environmental and social organisations together with forest owners (private and community) and companies to develop a transparent and credible scheme for sustainable forest management. FSC has triggered substantial demand for sustainably harvested wood products: already 5% of the worlds total forests are managed according to FSC standards. Forest products play a key role in a green economy. For instance they provide construction material for zero-energy buildings and replace other resources for products and energy for environmental and scarcity reasons. It is essential to mobilise these products in complete harmony with globally agreed objectives to halt the deterioration of biodiversity, as well improving social justice and respect for people directly dependant on forests. Come and discuss the promotion of forest certification, in particular in tropical areas, and how governments and public authorities can help mainstream the use of certified forest products.

Certification as a tool for greening economies

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11:00:00

Arena da Barra

Certificao como uma ferramenta para as economias verdes

16/06/2012

11:00:00

Arena da Barra

O uso sustentvel dos recursos naturais uma pr-condio fundamental para uma economia verde. FSC foi criado por organizaes ambientais e sociais em conjunto com empresas e proprietrios florestais (privados e comunitrios) para desenvolver um sistema transparente e confivel para a gesto florestal sustentvel. FSC tem provocado uma demanda substancial de produtos de madeira produzidos de forma sustentvel: Atualmente 5% do total de florestas do mundo j so geridos de acordo com os padres do FSC. Os produtos florestais desempenham um papel fundamental em uma economia verde. Por exemplo, eles fornecem material de construo para edifcios de energia zero e substituem outros materiais para a gerao de produtos e energia, por razes ambientais e de escassez de recursos. essencial mobilizar esses produtos em completa harmonia com os objetivos globalmente acordados para conter a deteriorao da biodiversidade, bem como melhorar a justia social e o respeito pelas pessoas diretamente dependentes das florestas. Venha discutir a promoo da certificao florestal, em particular em reas tropicais, e como os governos e as autoridades pblicas podem ajudar a regular o uso de produtos florestais certificados. Este seminrio fruto do Movimento Evolutivo PACTO DE RESGATE AMBIENTAL LOCAL, uma estratgica e reconhecida iniciativa que h doze anos vem unindo governo, empresariado, ongs, entidades e comunidades no cuidado ambiental local, que nos conduz para um territrio mais sustentvel. It is necessary that everyone understands that the impacts provided by new technologies raise a number of urgent changes and require more participative involvement of communities. We can not continue to damage the support systems of life on Earth, our home our only shelter, which has been showing us an unequal world and that many of our habits, ways of being and doing are unsustainable. By spreading knowledge in addressing relevant issues of today such as, cutting CO2 emissions, green economy, valuation of ecosystem services, climate change, water resources, reverse logistics, sustainable construction, leads us to believe that we are on a path that allows environmental successful turnaround. Seminars like this provide an opportunity for convergence of values and eco-innovations in the search for new indicators that can assess the real wealth for the welfare of living beings. Emphasising the interrelatedness of the themes with a view to seeking new players who will be substantiated by inserting these debates and practices .. This seminar is the result of the Movement Evolutionary PACT LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL RESCUE, a strategic initiative and recognized that there are twelve years is uniting government, business, NGOs, agencies and communities in their environmental site, which leads to a more sustainable territory. O uso de abordagens diferenciadas para a educao cientfica e o seu potencial para preparar os jovens para a economia verde. Nesse contexto destaca-se o uso das tecnologias da informao, jogos e o desenvolvimento de competncias empreendedoras. Na ocasio, o programa QUED na Rdio (Ipanema FM 94.9 Porto Alegre - RS) ser gravado. The use of innovative approaches in scientific education and its potential to prepare young students for the green economy. In this context the use of information technology, games and entrepreneurial competences is highlighted. As reas degradadas pela minerao de saibro no Litoral Norte do Estado de So Paulo caracterizam-se por stios onde ocorre uma grande perda de solo quando comparada com a perda de solo dos demais usos da terra. Considerando-se o potencial de armazenamento de carbono no solo acredita-se que uma recuperao das reas degradadas que estanque essa perda de solo causar uma reduo quantificvel de emisso de carbono causada pela desagregao do solo por processos erosivos. Por outro lado, se a recuperao for feita por meio de revegetao da rea, haver concomitantemente um aumento considervel na remoo de carbono da atmosfera. Dessa forma a recuperao das reas degradadas pode ser enquadrada na situao de reduo do efeito estufa.

PACTO DE RESGATE AMBIENTAL LOCAL Ampliando perspectivas para uma cultura sustentvel

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Arena da Barra

LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL COVENANT OF REDEMPTION Broadening perspectives for a sustainable culture

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Arena da Barra

Educao Cientfica Inovadora no contexto da Economia Verde 16/06/2012 11:00:00 Arena da Barra

Innovative Scientific Education in a Green Economy context

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Arena da Barra

PLANO DE RECUPERAO DE REAS DEGRADADAS PELA MINERAO NO LITORAL NORTE DO ESTADO DE SO PAULO: PERSPECTIVAS DE ENQUADRAMENTO EM PROJETO DE MECANISMO DE DESENVOLVIMENTO LIMPO (MDL)

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13:00:00

Arena da Barra

Projeto Nacional de Desenvolvimento com Valorizao do Trabalho e Sustentabilidade Ambiental

16/06/2012

15:00:00

Arena da Barra

Tornando sonhos realidade: Como construir um projeto extremamente bem sucedido. O caminho do Dragon Dreaming

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15:00:00

Arena da Barra

O tema elencado apresentar a viso dos trabalhadores classistas na construo do projeto nacional que foca a valorizao do trabalho e a sustentabilidade ambiental como fundamental para o desenvolvimento O objetivo da atividade reunir representantes de organizaes que desenvolvem projetos em sustentabilidade. Atravs de seu principal criador e facilitador, os participantes tero acesso ao Dragon Dreaming, uma abordagem baseada em sistemas vivos, baseando-se em ideias e inspiraes da histria, cincias, todas as culturas e tradies espirituais, visando a criao de organizaes e projetos extraordinariamente bem sucedidos para a Grande Virada do mundo, saindo de uma cultura doente e sem limites de crescimento para uma cultura que sustente o desenvolvimento da vida na Terra.

Reunio do Soil Biodiversity Cradle to Cradle: negcios que vo alm da sustentabilidade

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Embrapa Solos Aterro do Flamengo Como crescer o seu negcio e ao mesmo tempo maximizar os impactos positivos sociais e ambientais? Uma oficina dinmica para orientar a tomada de deciso e aproveitar oportunidades para inovar o seu negcio! Consultoria coletiva, fornece solues rpidas e sob medida para os produtos e servios da empresa. uma oportunidade de esclarecer dvidas e obter informaes sobre desenvolvimento sustentvel; qualidade e ferramentas de gesto, normas tcnicas, ISO 14005 - Sistemas de gesto ambiental e avaliao de desempenho ambiental e os ganhos econmicos. o ambiente que proporciona a interao pessoal da empresa com especialistas, com hora marcada e em pequenos grupos de no mximo 30 empresas.

Certificao Ambiental, Qualidade e Sustentabilidade nas Micro e Pequenas Empresas

17/06/2012

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Nuevos paradigmas de civilizacion: para la justa sustentabilidad y la democratizacion del desarrollo O retrato dos rgos ambientais federais como reflexo do enfraquecimento da poltica ambiental brasileira na viso dos servidores Kawsay (Vida) TEATRO EM AO DIRETA. OFICINA DE VIVENCIA Debate: Desenvolvimento e o Direito Fundamental ao Meio Ambiente Participao universal na soluo das desigualdades econmicas e sociais: um novo paradigma de desenvolvimento Coleta Seletiva de leos e Gorduras Residuais (OGR) Japan Voices: Creating alternative future after the Megaquake and Fukushima Seminrio de Articulao - O Combate aos Agrotxicos e a Agroecologia - Estratgias para o Desenvolvimento Rural Sustentvel Taller: "EL RETO DEL DERECHO HUMANO AL AGUA Y AL SANEAMIENTO EN LAS PERIFERIAS DE LAS CIUDADES LATINOAMERICANAS. CRTICAS Y PROPUESTAS A LAS SOLUCIONES DE LOS GOBIERNOS" Beyond GDP: towards strong sustainability indicators World Summit Taller Gnero, Naturaleza y Soberania Alimentaria A gua e a Internet como Bens Comuns (oficina) Exposio sobre Incubadora de Cooperativas Populares Ncleo Franca Diagrama Interativo Meio Ambiente Huni Kuin, Sementes Verdadeiras. O olhar indgena sobre a sustentabilidade planetria Arte de liderar: do potencial pulsante s prticas transformadoras Roda de Conversa: Expanso urbana na Baixada de Jacarepagu e a defesa dos bens ambientais, sociais e culturais comuns: o caso dos PEUs Vargens, Taquara, Guaratiba e outros focos de expanso urbana no Municpio do Rio de Janeiro Desafios da Comunicao Comunitria Peoples Treaty on Millennium Consumption Goals Problemtica energtica en el Per: Avances y desafos Roda de conversa Redes Digitais e Sustentabilidade: as interaes com o meio ambiente na era da informao Ending Impunity for Economic, Social & Environmental Crimes: Linking Criminal Accountability and Global Sustainability Debate - Impactos Socioambientais das Usinas Hidreltricas: o mito da energia limpa Digamosle SI al servicio publico prestado por los recuperadores urbanos Educao popular e o bem viver

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Strengthening Southern Peoples Solidarity for Sustainable Development: Linking Peoples Struggles in Defense of Common Goods in Latin America & Caribbean to Peoples Struggles in Asia Pacific From Energy Democrazy to Energy Democracy: PPP (People\'s Power Plant) Movement Un aviso desde Japn sobre la crisis nuclear Participao popular e polticas pblicas Forum: Empreendedorismo Social e Tecnologias de Colaborao Forum: Elaborao de Projeto de Vida Forum: Governana Democrtica para acesso gua Cpula dos Prefeitos: Cidades BRICS Rio C. Challenge Press Conf. Juventude Brasileira e Participao Social

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Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Forte de Copacabana Forte de Copacabana Forte de Copacabana Forte de Copacabana Forte de Copacabana Arena Sociombiental | Parque do Flamengo inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) Evento Fechado Evento Fechado Essa mesa apresentar a experincia brasileira em par cipao social da juventude e seus novos desafios. Nepal is leading the community based forest management and witnessing substantial post-conflict political, institutional, economic and social transformations. The forestry sector is also facing a number of unfolding challenges and opportunities, resulting from changes within and outside the sector. At this juncture of Rio+ 20, the forestry sector of Nepal will be organizing a side event as the UNCSD provides opportunity a forum for a debate on global opportunities and set priority action.

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The objectives: ? Articulate the linkages among community based forests, climate change, livelihood and the multiple facets of the green economy ? Discuss on how forests and green economy are mutually dependent; and focus on how community based forests play key roles Four speakers will provide presentation on the following three topics: (a) nexuses between green economy and Forest - livelihood and climate change; (b) sustainable forest management and biodiversity conservation; and (c) the way to and from Rio for the forestry stakeholder Education is key to stimulating an appreciation for and consideration of the earth and its invaluable resources, including water. For many rural communities in developing countries, daily life and its challenges force a more immediate response to those challenges without concern for the environment. Our goal is to develop educational tools that promote and encourage sustainability, yet also empower rural communities economically, socially, and politically. We want to facilitate the ability to see a better future, by a foundation through means of education in order to develop strategies for furthering this goal through this process. Panelists from the organizing partners will share their experiences by promoting hands-on action in planting seeds for a sustainable future of love and peace. Discussions on sustainability are shifting from political, economic, and scientific discourses to social, cultural, and spiritual considerations. This shift is due to fundamental ethical questions that emerged at the intersection between religion and education, but are often disregarded in global discussions. This event will address this issue by exploring the following questions: ? What are the ethical implications of sustainability? ? How do religious and educational institutions address these challenges? ? What is the impact of religious and educational institutions on the global agenda for sustainability? ? How can religious and educational practices contribute to a ?green society?? By discussing how religion and educational groups promote ethical values and contribute to environmental action and sustainable practices, this event will shed light on a key strategic issue for Rio+20 UN Conference: the need to have innovative values and norms that translate the goals of sustainability to constituencies in global civil society.

Without Water There Is No Life - Educational Component

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Ethical Implications of Sustainability: Educational and Religious Pers

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Rights of Nature ? the Foundation for Sustainability An international panel of Rights of Nature experts will illustrate the vital role of a new legal framework recognizing rights of nature as the foundation for sustainable development. The panel will examine why a new framework for governance is necessary and is part of a bigger shift required in society today a shift that will require that modern laws and policies comply with the laws of the Earth, and a way of living which maintains the health and integrity of the whole Earth Community. Rights of Nature - the Foundation for Sustainability 17/06/2012 9:30:00 T-3 (Riocentro) Panel: ? Nnimmo Bassey ? Environmental Rights Action / Friends of the Earth, Nigeria ? Cormac Cullinan ? EnAct International, South Africa ? Tom Goldtooth ? Indigenous Environmental Network, USA ? Natalia Greene ? Fundacin Pachamama, Ecuador ? Linda Sheehan ? Earth Law Center, USA ? Pablo Solon ? Former Ambassador to the UN, Bolivia Moderator: Shannon Biggs, Global Exchange, USA Standards, Certification and Labelling Schemes: Catalysing the Green Economy Evidence from the forestry, agricultural and mining sectors The objective of the event convened by ISEAL and SECO is to present and discuss how the use of sustainability standards in the forestry, agricultural and mining sectors has demonstrated that standards and certification are effective drivers of sustainable development and their further uptake should be encouraged and supported. The event will advocate for: ? The inclusion of credible standards, certification and labels in the tool- box of good practices capable of supporting the green economy and sustainable development; ? Government support for the scaling-up of credible sustainability standards. The event will be concluded with a short press conference in which a number of key government, business and civil society leaders will announce new and important commitments with respect to the scaling up of sustainability standards - these are specific commitments with respect to encouraging and supporting the further uptake of sustainability standards. Nepal is leading the community based forest management and witnessing substantial post-conflict political, institutional, economic and social transformations. The forestry sector is also facing a number of unfolding challenges and opportunities, resulting from changes within and outside the sector. At this juncture of Rio+ 20, the forestry sector of Nepal will be organizing a side event as the UNCSD provides opportunity a forum for a debate on global opportunities and set priority action. Community based climate resilient forests: Pathways to green economy, The objectives: ? Articulate the linkages among community based forests, climate change, livelihood and the multiple facets of the green economy ? Discuss on how forests and green economy are mutually dependent; and focus on how community based forests play key roles Four speakers will provide presentation on the following three topics: (a) nexuses between green economy and Forest - livelihood and climate change; (b) sustainable forest management and biodiversity conservation; and (c) the way to and from Rio for the forestry stakeholder Education is key to stimulating an appreciation for and consideration of the earth and its invaluable resources, including water. For many rural communities in developing countries, daily life and its challenges force a more immediate response to those challenges without concern for the environment. Our goal is to develop educational tools that promote and encourage sustainability, yet also empower rural communities economically, socially, and politically. We want to facilitate the ability to see a better future, by a foundation through means of education in order to develop strategies for furthering this goal through this process. Panelists from the organizing partners will share their experiences by promoting hands-on action in planting seeds for a sustainable future of love and peace.

Sustainability Standards: Catalysing the Green Economy

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Without Water There Is No Life - Educational Component

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Ethical Implications of Sustainability: Educational and Religious Pers

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Discussions on sustainability are shifting from political, economic, and scientific discourses to social, cultural, and spiritual considerations. This shift is due to fundamental ethical questions that emerged at the intersection between religion and education, but are often disregarded in global discussions. This event will address this issue by exploring the following questions: ? What are the ethical implications of sustainability? ? How do religious and educational institutions address these challenges? ? What is the impact of religious and educational institutions on the global agenda for sustainability? ? How can religious and educational practices contribute to a ?green society?? By discussing how religion and educational groups promote ethical values and contribute to environmental action and sustainable practices, this event will shed light on a key strategic issue for Rio+20 UN Conference: the need to have innovative values and norms that translate the goals of sustainability to constituencies in global civil society. Rights of Nature ? the Foundation for Sustainability An international panel of Rights of Nature experts will illustrate the vital role of a new legal framework recognizing rights of nature as the foundation for sustainable development. The panel will examine why a new framework for governance is necessary and is part of a bigger shift required in society today a shift that will require that modern laws and policies comply with the laws of the Earth, and a way of living which maintains the health and integrity of the whole Earth Community.

Rights of Nature - the Foundation for Sustainability

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T-3 (Riocentro) Panel: ? Nnimmo Bassey ? Environmental Rights Action / Friends of the Earth, Nigeria ? Cormac Cullinan ? EnAct International, South Africa ? Tom Goldtooth ? Indigenous Environmental Network, USA ? Natalia Greene ? Fundacin Pachamama, Ecuador ? Linda Sheehan ? Earth Law Center, USA ? Pablo Solon ? Former Ambassador to the UN, Bolivia Moderator: Shannon Biggs, Global Exchange, USA Standards, Certification and Labelling Schemes: Catalysing the Green Economy Evidence from the forestry, agricultural and mining sectors The objective of the event convened by ISEAL and SECO is to present and discuss how the use of sustainability standards in the forestry, agricultural and mining sectors has demonstrated that standards and certification are effective drivers of sustainable development and their further uptake should be encouraged and supported. The event will advocate for: ? The inclusion of credible standards, certification and labels in the tool- box of good practices capable of supporting the green economy and sustainable development; ? Government support for the scaling-up of credible sustainability standards. The event will be concluded with a short press conference in which a number of key government, business and civil society leaders will announce new and important commitments with respect to the scaling up of sustainability standards - these are specific commitments with respect to encouraging and supporting the further uptake of sustainability standards. Nepal is leading the community based forest management and witnessing substantial post-conflict political, institutional, economic and social transformations. The forestry sector is also facing a number of unfolding challenges and opportunities, resulting from changes within and outside the sector. At this juncture of Rio+ 20, the forestry sector of Nepal will be organizing a side event as the UNCSD provides opportunity a forum for a debate on global opportunities and set priority action.

Sustainability Standards: Catalysing the Green Economy

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Community based climate resilient forests: Pathways to green economy,

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The objectives: ? Articulate the linkages among community based forests, climate change, livelihood and the multiple facets of the green economy ? Discuss on how forests and green economy are mutually dependent; and focus on how community based forests play key roles Four speakers will provide presentation on the following three topics: (a) nexuses between green economy and Forest - livelihood and climate change; (b) sustainable forest management and biodiversity conservation; and (c) the way to and from Rio for the forestry stakeholder

Without Water There Is No Life - Educational Component

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T-4 (Riocentro)

Education is key to stimulating an appreciation for and consideration of the earth and its invaluable resources, including water. For many rural communities in developing countries, daily life and its challenges force a more immediate response to those challenges without concern for the environment. Our goal is to develop educational tools that promote and encourage sustainability, yet also empower rural communities economically, socially, and politically. We want to facilitate the ability to see a better future, by a foundation through means of education in order to develop strategies for furthering this goal through this process. Panelists from the organizing partners will share their experiences by promoting hands-on action in planting seeds for a sustainable future of love and peace. Discussions on sustainability are shifting from political, economic, and scientific discourses to social, cultural, and spiritual considerations. This shift is due to fundamental ethical questions that emerged at the intersection between religion and education, but are often disregarded in global discussions. This event will address this issue by exploring the following questions: ? What are the ethical implications of sustainability? ? How do religious and educational institutions address these challenges? ? What is the impact of religious and educational institutions on the global agenda for sustainability? ? How can religious and educational practices contribute to a ?green society?? By discussing how religion and educational groups promote ethical values and contribute to environmental action and sustainable practices, this event will shed light on a key strategic issue for Rio+20 UN Conference: the need to have innovative values and norms that translate the goals of sustainability to constituencies in global civil society. Rights of Nature ? the Foundation for Sustainability An international panel of Rights of Nature experts will illustrate the vital role of a new legal framework recognizing rights of nature as the foundation for sustainable development. The panel will examine why a new framework for governance is necessary and is part of a bigger shift required in society today a shift that will require that modern laws and policies comply with the laws of the Earth, and a way of living which maintains the health and integrity of the whole Earth Community.

Ethical Implications of Sustainability: Educational and Religious Pers

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Rights of Nature - the Foundation for Sustainability

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T-3 (Riocentro) Panel: ? Nnimmo Bassey ? Environmental Rights Action / Friends of the Earth, Nigeria ? Cormac Cullinan ? EnAct International, South Africa ? Tom Goldtooth ? Indigenous Environmental Network, USA ? Natalia Greene ? Fundacin Pachamama, Ecuador ? Linda Sheehan ? Earth Law Center, USA ? Pablo Solon ? Former Ambassador to the UN, Bolivia Moderator: Shannon Biggs, Global Exchange, USA Standards, Certification and Labelling Schemes: Catalysing the Green Economy Evidence from the forestry, agricultural and mining sectors The objective of the event convened by ISEAL and SECO is to present and discuss how the use of sustainability standards in the forestry, agricultural and mining sectors has demonstrated that standards and certification are effective drivers of sustainable development and their further uptake should be encouraged and supported. The event will advocate for: ? The inclusion of credible standards, certification and labels in the tool- box of good practices capable of supporting the green economy and sustainable development; ? Government support for the scaling-up of credible sustainability standards. The event will be concluded with a short press conference in which a number of key government, business and civil society leaders will announce new and important commitments with respect to the scaling up of sustainability standards - these are specific commitments with respect to encouraging and supporting the further uptake of sustainability standards. Evento aberto ao pblico em geral

Sustainability Standards: Catalysing the Green Economy

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"Construo Sustentvel com Tijolos Ecolgicos" Guerrilha Social - Pela Terra Vermelha Direito e Cidadania Socioambiental la voix des opprims

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Eu amo Catumbi - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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Eu Amo Catumbi Lavagem do Afago 10h Concentrao do Amor na rua Jos Bernadino (Lateral da garagem da COMLURB com o grupo Maracutaia) 10:30h Caminhada da paixo at a rua Valena onde Bafo da Ona e o Vai quem Quer estaro 12h Sada para a praa em frente ao cemitrio Incio da oficina Cultura reaproveitvel Encerramento do Afago na Rua na praa. Muda Catumbi - A ao se inicia com a reunio dos participantes na praa onde vai ocorrer o chorinho (em frente ao cemitrio do Catumbi) para diviso dos grupos e apresentao das tcnicas. Incio do plantio Carinhoso Catumbi - chorinho com Carlos Malta na praa . Entrada Franca

Sustainable Development Dialogues: Sustainable Patterns of production and consumption WRI - Clean Technology for a Green Economy

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OFFICIAL EVENTS Evento Fechado Reduo de Custo e Ganho de Competitividade com Resduos nas Micro e Pequenas Empresas . Consultoria coletiva, fornece solues rpidas e sob medida para os produtos e servios da empresa. uma oportunidade de esclarecer dvidas e obter informaes sobre os ganhos de competitividade e reduo da gerao de resduos e de custos nos processos. Elaborao do Plano de Gerenciamento de Resduos Slidos nas empresas, aes e mecanismos que evitem ou, pelo menos, minimizem ao mximo a produo dos resduos, e que tecnologias empregadas. Recomendaes para o adequado atendimento a legislao e as normas tcnicas. o ambiente que proporciona a interao pessoal da empresa com especialistas, com hora marcada e em pequenos grupos de no mximo 30 empresas. Tempo de apresentao de 9 as 13 horas Tempo de apresentao de 9 as 13 horas Evento Pblico Evento Fechado inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) Evento Fechado Room UN2 Apresentao de cantos e danas e oficinas de pintura corporal com traduo simultnea Lanamento do livro Os imigrantes da beira do rio: a resistncia do povo Fulni-. . Entrada Franca

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Seminrio: Contextualizao da violncia contra crianas, adolescentes e mulheres: a importncia do trabalho intersetorial Seminar: violence agaiinst children, adolescents and women: the importance of intersectoral work II Jornada Internacional de Educao Ambiental Comit Executivo e Grupos de Trabalho da nrg4SD Forum: Moradia Cidad Cpula dos Prefeitos: A sustentabilidade nos projetos de revitalizao de Zonas Porturias Scaling-Up Agro-Ecological Food Production Fulni- - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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The Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA) is the most inclusive international advocacy network of churches and Christian organizations with members and constituents in the tens of millions. Under EAA?s Food for Life Campaign, and in collaboration with UN and civil society partners, we promote just and sustainable production and consumption of food, and the right to food for all people. We advocate for food production, trade and distribution systems that are just, participatory and democratic while at the same time environmentally, economically and socially sustainable. ?Scaling-Up Agro-Ecological Food Production? will profile sustainable, smallholder-based, agroecological methods of food production. EAA will showcase research and case studies demonstrating the positive impacts of such methods in terms of both yield and environmental sustainability. Our aim is to stimulate discussion on the economic and environmental practicality of feeding the world through scaled-up implementation of agro-ecological food production methods. Apresentao de cantos e danas e oficinas de pintura corporal com traduo simultnea + Lanamento do livro Os imigrantes da beira do rio: a resistncia do povo Fulni-

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The Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA) is the most inclusive international advocacy network of churches and Christian organizations with members and constituents in the tens of millions. Under EAA?s Food for Life Campaign, and in collaboration with UN and civil society partners, we promote just and sustainable production and consumption of food, and the right to food for all people. We advocate for food production, trade and distribution systems that are just, participatory and democratic while at the same time environmentally, economically and socially sustainable. ?Scaling-Up Agro-Ecological Food Production? will profile sustainable, smallholder-based, agroecological methods of food production. EAA will showcase research and case studies demonstrating the positive impacts of such methods in terms of both yield and environmental sustainability. Our aim is to stimulate discussion on the economic and environmental practicality of feeding the world through scaled-up implementation of agro-ecological food production methods. The Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA) is the most inclusive international advocacy network of churches and Christian organizations with members and constituents in the tens of millions. Under EAA?s Food for Life Campaign, and in collaboration with UN and civil society partners, we promote just and sustainable production and consumption of food, and the right to food for all people. We advocate for food production, trade and distribution systems that are just, participatory and democratic while at the same time environmentally, economically and socially sustainable. ?Scaling-Up Agro-Ecological Food Production? will profile sustainable, smallholder-based, agroecological methods of food production. EAA will showcase research and case studies demonstrating the positive impacts of such methods in terms of both yield and environmental sustainability. Our aim is to stimulate discussion on the economic and environmental practicality of feeding the world through scaled-up implementation of agro-ecological food production methods. Abertura da Exposio Tecnologia, Servios e Produtos Sustentveis e lanamentos de Publicaes Ao da Cidadania Global Contra a Destruio da Terra e pelo Desenvolvimento Sustentvel Oficina Dana frica A Sustentabilidade e o Modo de Ser Indgena Cidadania Global: uma nova realidade para os desafios do sculo XXI Seminrio sobre a importncia da produo e consumo de alimentos orgnicos The People says NO to a new form of colonialism. No REDD+ Tech-in Prsentation du web documentaire TERRES et dbat avec le ralisateur Acceso al Agua Potable como derecho Humano: Una revisin de instrumentos legales disponibles para defender a las vctimas de violaciones de derechos humanos debido a la sobre explotacin de los recursos hidricos JOOG DA CARTA DA TERRA Arranjos Produtivos Locais de Plantas Medicinais e seu Pontencial para o SUS Building Marine Ecosystem Resilience to Ocean Acidification Are dams a sostainable solution to wter problems? DROIT A LA VILLE : les habitants du sud se mobilisent !!! Occupy nature Roda de Dilogos da I Jornada Juvenil Ativismo hoje: um debate sobre a articulao de escolas e movimentos Populaoes tradicionais Apresentao do case Nova Friburgo Activit d'articulation autogre 17/06/2012 17/06/2012 17/06/2012 17/06/2012 17/06/2012 17/06/2012 17/06/2012 17/06/2012 11:00:00 11:30:00 11:30:00 11:30:00 11:30:00 11:30:00 11:30:00 11:30:00 Ptio da Unidade da Embrapa Solos Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo

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O Cdigo Florestal e a proteo jurdica da biodiversidade. Contribuio para a definio de um princpio e de uma cultura global de no retrocesso em matria ambiental WORKSHOP LA REVOLUCION DE LAS PEQUEAS COSAS Programa Balano da Terra ECONOMIA VERDE, CAPITALISMO Y ORDEN MUNDIAL CONSTRUOECOLGICA COLETIVA DE YURTTERRITORIO COLETIVO DOS COMITS ESTADUAIS SUSTENTABILIDADE E SADE DA POPULAO NEGRA Accountability on commitments and Accomplishing sustainable development EMPREENDEDORISMO SOCIOAMBIENTAL - Formao de Atores Sociais em Multiplicadores de Aes Cidads Sustentveis Palestra Pintando de colores nuestros derechos ecologicos Up with People's World Youth in Action Up with People International Youth Forum

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Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Women belonging to the Roma minority face multiple discrimination, particularly in the field of education, health, employment or participation in public and political life. There is a strong concern regarding the lack of efficient solutions addressing the situation of Roma women and children, especially in order to reduce the poverty level. Roma women are characterised by very early marriages, birth of the first child in juvenile age and following births with short intervals in-between. Premature births are risk factors for severe congenital disorders, high child mortality in the first year of life and high mother mortality. Russia plays an important role in maintaining stability of the planet. It is the largest country (12% of the total land area) and the world's largest undisturbed by economic activity area (60-65% of the country). Russia holds the largest share of the world forests (22%), 13% of oil, 34% of gas, 12% of coal, 27% of iron ore. These resources are a storehouse for the development of the global economy. However, large-scale of its extraction would inevitably have a negative impact on the planet ecological balance.

Challenges for the Roma women in Europe

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TOWARDS GREEN ECONOMY: PERSPECTIVES, BENEFITS, CONCERNS - RUSSIAN P

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T-3 (Riocentro) In Russia there are unique ecosystems that preserve rare species of flora and fauna, which are the planetary domain. The Russian economy is the fourth largest in the world in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. Besides the role of Russia in the global economy and politics is growing. All these factors determine the important role Russia can play in the transition to sustainable development globally. Access to economically viable and sustainable energy is fundamental for the economic, social and political development of a country. It brings improvements in healthcare, education, communication and several other areas of basic needs. Today it is estimated that 1.4 billion people live without access to reliable electricity and 2.7 billion without access to clean cooking facilities. This has several environmental and human health consequences. The WWF Clean, Reliable and Affordable Energy Access side event will address these problems showing success stories from the field, and demonstration projects that depict energy access models complemented by presentations from governments thus creating a link between field work and national policy. In showing the way from pilots to policy, stakeholders in different countries will come on as partners and add their perspectives of policy, governance, technology and entrepreneurship in the given context of energy access in the three selected countries India, Uganda and Madagascar. Leadership in Africa have globally been identified as one of the major crisis in Africa starting from selection, election processes And sustainability of the elected position And responsibilities. This derails major national, regional AND GLOBALL DEVELOPMENTS IN Africa. African Children Talent Discovery Foundation and World Mission Foundation an NGO in Special Consultative Status wit ECOSOC at the United Nations in taking steps to further their collaborative mission considers its significant need to bring the issues to Rio+20. The underlying purpose is to seek for diverse value based leadership skills that could be provided to youths of Africa in understanding the import of sustainable leadership for global, regional and national development of Africa.

WWF: Sustainable And Affordable Access To Energy-From Field To Policy

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Sustainability, Value Based Leadership and African Youths

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

The Global Alliance for Banking on Values, the Green Economy Coalition and The Norwegian Forum for Environment and Development will co-host a debate to determine key policy changes that governments can make to help shift finance from a short term focus to long term sustainable value creation. Banking as if the future matters - Making the change from short term profit to long term prosperity 17/06/2012 11:30:00 P3-6 (Riocentro) Over the months up to Rio+20 an online consultation has taken place to identify enabling policies to promote a long term approach. The results will be launched at this event. Find out how banking and finance, in cooperation with governments and civil society, can create a profound shift towards a greener, more inclusive and fairer economy. Sustainable development of indigenous people of the North and the Arct The Program of the roundtable meeting ?A Long-term Sustainable Development for Global Sustainable Development Based on Partnership of Civilizations and Prospects of Indigenous People of the North? within the UN Conference on Sustainable Development RIO+20 Prospects of sustainable development of indigenous people of the North and the Arctic civilization To accelerate the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) the Economic Community for West African States (ECOWAS) adopted the ECOWAS/UEMOA Regional White Paper on Access to Energy Services for Populations in Rural and Peri-urban Areas in 2006. The white paper aims at providing access to improved domestic cooking fuels and sustainable electricity services for the majority of the population by 2015. After five years of implementation, the ECOWAS Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE) in cooperation with its partners are organizing a side event at the Rio+20. At the background of the newly adopted UN Goals on Universal Access to Energy Services by 2030 the workshop will take stock of the achievements and will highlight success stories in some of the countries. Moreover, the side event will discuss the possible contribution of renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions to accelerate the implementation the White Paper. What does religion have to do with Rio+20? The Interfaith Consortium for Ecological Civilization works towards the transformation of consciousness needed to enable changes towards sustainability. Religions help people shape their worldviews and act on their values. Governments need the guidance of an awakened civil society to make necessary radical changes. Corporations need an awakened civil society to insist on internalizing costs and serving society. Inspired by the work of Thomas Berry and by resources from the world's religions, this session will explore the spiritual resources for transformation and current manifestations of such transformations. We will then consider what is needed to ramp up this change in service to the Earth. Areas of application include communities, corporate engagement, the Convention on Corporate Social Responsibility, and support of youth leadership. The change in consciousness and the new actions that flow from it offer a positive direction towards renewed flourishing on Earth. In discussing sustainable development, many focus on the production aspect of development. Much of the dialogue centers on improving the efficiency of current production methods, i.e. providing more food for more people given a limited amount of resources. While sustainable and efficient production is important, it is only half of the equation. The Other Half of Development: Patterns of Sustainable Consumption 17/06/2012 11:30:00 T-4 (Riocentro) The workshop will instead focus on patterns of sustainable consumption. The major stakeholders must be invested in inspiring the world?s population to reduce their desire for consumption as a crucial part of sustainable development. The thematic focus of this workshop is on in-depth discussion of sustainable individual consumption, including reduction of consumption habits, promotion of vegetarianism, and the benefits of recycling. The workshop will also cover efficient cooking methods and sustainable practices in food security and agriculture. Global issues like sustainable development are a down-top process that involves grassroots and how civil society will mobilize populations to support the work of the United Nations. By supporting this process, the Legion of Good Will (LGW), the only Brazilian NGO in general consultative status with ECOSOC, has substantially contributed towards the achievement of the sustainable development goals, especially in Latin America. The proposed side event intends to be a showcase of success stories gathered during the 9th Solidary Society Network Multi-stakeholder Forum, held last March by the LGW in partnership with the NGO Branch of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs and other UN agencies in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. The mechanisms to strengthen constructive cooperation among international organisms, NGOs, local authorities and academia are the focus of this dialogue towards concrete proposals to eradicate poverty in the context of a green economy.

17/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-4 (Riocentro)

Towards Universal Access to Sustainable Energy Service in West Africa

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Interfaith response to Sustainable Development:Ecological Civilization

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Constructive Cooperation

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

For more than 30 years, the international community, through different international declarations (e.g the Rio Declaration, the Johannesburg Declaration, the Earth Charter), have been trying to find shared ethical principles that can help humanity to make decisions in our current situation. These principles will be foundational for the governance system for sustainability that will be discussed during the Rio+20 Summit. An ethical framework for global governance 17/06/2012 11:30:00 T-6 (Riocentro) This side event will offer the opportunity for an open discussion about the importance of agreeing on common ethical principles for a global governance system for sustainability. A panel involved in conversations about an ethical framework for global governance will share a wide range of opinions on this topic. Participants in this side event will have the opportunity to interact with the panelists and among themselves. The Buenos Aires province is developing public policies on sustainable development based on the subnational level as a member of the Network of Regional Governements for Sustainable Development. The social, economic and environmental dimensions sublie the design of any measure applied, allowing the synergy between programs. The aim of the side event proposed is to contribute to the strengthening of a national strategy on sustainable development from the perspective of a local (subnational) government. In addition, to increase the social awareness, showing the potentiality of the coordinated actions from local and regional governments through the exchange of experiences and capabilities between institutions and decision makers. The outcomes and inputs relative to the Rio+20 goals are: To strength the mechanisms of cooperation between local and regional governments. To contribute to the inclusion of the local aspects on sustainable development in national and international strategies, from a interjurisdictional, interinstitutional and interdisciplinary approach. Women belonging to the Roma minority face multiple discrimination, particularly in the field of education, health, employment or participation in public and political life. There is a strong concern regarding the lack of efficient solutions addressing the situation of Roma women and children, especially in order to reduce the poverty level. Roma women are characterised by very early marriages, birth of the first child in juvenile age and following births with short intervals in-between. Premature births are risk factors for severe congenital disorders, high child mortality in the first year of life and high mother mortality. Russia plays an important role in maintaining stability of the planet. It is the largest country (12% of the total land area) and the world's largest undisturbed by economic activity area (60-65% of the country). Russia holds the largest share of the world forests (22%), 13% of oil, 34% of gas, 12% of coal, 27% of iron ore. These resources are a storehouse for the development of the global economy. However, large-scale of its extraction would inevitably have a negative impact on the planet ecological balance. 17/06/2012 11:30:00 T-3 (Riocentro) In Russia there are unique ecosystems that preserve rare species of flora and fauna, which are the planetary domain. The Russian economy is the fourth largest in the world in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. Besides the role of Russia in the global economy and politics is growing. All these factors determine the important role Russia can play in the transition to sustainable development globally. Access to economically viable and sustainable energy is fundamental for the economic, social and political development of a country. It brings improvements in healthcare, education, communication and several other areas of basic needs. Today it is estimated that 1.4 billion people live without access to reliable electricity and 2.7 billion without access to clean cooking facilities. This has several environmental and human health consequences. The WWF Clean, Reliable and Affordable Energy Access side event will address these problems showing success stories from the field, and demonstration projects that depict energy access models complemented by presentations from governments thus creating a link between field work and national policy. In showing the way from pilots to policy, stakeholders in different countries will come on as partners and add their perspectives of policy, governance, technology and entrepreneurship in the given context of energy access in the three selected countries India, Uganda and Madagascar.

Subnational Governments. Building a Sustainable Development Strategy

17/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

Challenges for the Roma women in Europe

17/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-2 (Riocentro)

TOWARDS GREEN ECONOMY: PERSPECTIVES, BENEFITS, CONCERNS - RUSSIAN P

WWF: Sustainable And Affordable Access To Energy-From Field To Policy

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Sustainability, Value Based Leadership and African Youths

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Leadership in Africa have globally been identified as one of the major crisis in Africa starting from selection, election processes And sustainability of the elected position And responsibilities. This derails major national, regional AND GLOBALL DEVELOPMENTS IN Africa. African Children Talent Discovery Foundation and World Mission Foundation an NGO in Special Consultative Status wit ECOSOC at the United Nations in taking steps to further their collaborative mission considers its significant need to bring the issues to Rio+20. The underlying purpose is to seek for diverse value based leadership skills that could be provided to youths of Africa in understanding the import of sustainable leadership for global, regional and national development of Africa. The Global Alliance for Banking on Values, the Green Economy Coalition and The Norwegian Forum for Environment and Development will co-host a debate to determine key policy changes that governments can make to help shift finance from a short term focus to long term sustainable value creation.

Banking as if the future matters - Making the change from short term profit to long term prosperity

17/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Over the months up to Rio+20 an online consultation has taken place to identify enabling policies to promote a long term approach. The results will be launched at this event. Find out how banking and finance, in cooperation with governments and civil society, can create a profound shift towards a greener, more inclusive and fairer economy.

Sustainable development of indigenous people of the North and the Arct

17/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-4 (Riocentro)

The Program of the roundtable meeting ?A Long-term Sustainable Development for Global Sustainable Development Based on Partnership of Civilizations and Prospects of Indigenous People of the North? within the UN Conference on Sustainable Development RIO+20 Prospects of sustainable development of indigenous people of the North and the Arctic civilization To accelerate the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) the Economic Community for West African States (ECOWAS) adopted the ECOWAS/UEMOA Regional White Paper on Access to Energy Services for Populations in Rural and Peri-urban Areas in 2006. The white paper aims at providing access to improved domestic cooking fuels and sustainable electricity services for the majority of the population by 2015. After five years of implementation, the ECOWAS Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE) in cooperation with its partners are organizing a side event at the Rio+20. At the background of the newly adopted UN Goals on Universal Access to Energy Services by 2030 the workshop will take stock of the achievements and will highlight success stories in some of the countries. Moreover, the side event will discuss the possible contribution of renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions to accelerate the implementation the White Paper. What does religion have to do with Rio+20? The Interfaith Consortium for Ecological Civilization works towards the transformation of consciousness needed to enable changes towards sustainability. Religions help people shape their worldviews and act on their values. Governments need the guidance of an awakened civil society to make necessary radical changes. Corporations need an awakened civil society to insist on internalizing costs and serving society. Inspired by the work of Thomas Berry and by resources from the world's religions, this session will explore the spiritual resources for transformation and current manifestations of such transformations. We will then consider what is needed to ramp up this change in service to the Earth. Areas of application include communities, corporate engagement, the Convention on Corporate Social Responsibility, and support of youth leadership. The change in consciousness and the new actions that flow from it offer a positive direction towards renewed flourishing on Earth. In discussing sustainable development, many focus on the production aspect of development. Much of the dialogue centers on improving the efficiency of current production methods, i.e. providing more food for more people given a limited amount of resources. While sustainable and efficient production is important, it is only half of the equation.

Towards Universal Access to Sustainable Energy Service in West Africa

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Interfaith response to Sustainable Development:Ecological Civilization

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

The Other Half of Development: Patterns of Sustainable Consumption

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

The workshop will instead focus on patterns of sustainable consumption. The major stakeholders must be invested in inspiring the world?s population to reduce their desire for consumption as a crucial part of sustainable development. The thematic focus of this workshop is on in-depth discussion of sustainable individual consumption, including reduction of consumption habits, promotion of vegetarianism, and the benefits of recycling. The workshop will also cover efficient cooking methods and sustainable practices in food security and agriculture.

Constructive Cooperation

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Global issues like sustainable development are a down-top process that involves grassroots and how civil society will mobilize populations to support the work of the United Nations. By supporting this process, the Legion of Good Will (LGW), the only Brazilian NGO in general consultative status with ECOSOC, has substantially contributed towards the achievement of the sustainable development goals, especially in Latin America. The proposed side event intends to be a showcase of success stories gathered during the 9th Solidary Society Network Multi-stakeholder Forum, held last March by the LGW in partnership with the NGO Branch of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs and other UN agencies in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. The mechanisms to strengthen constructive cooperation among international organisms, NGOs, local authorities and academia are the focus of this dialogue towards concrete proposals to eradicate poverty in the context of a green economy. For more than 30 years, the international community, through different international declarations (e.g the Rio Declaration, the Johannesburg Declaration, the Earth Charter), have been trying to find shared ethical principles that can help humanity to make decisions in our current situation. These principles will be foundational for the governance system for sustainability that will be discussed during the Rio+20 Summit.

An ethical framework for global governance

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro) This side event will offer the opportunity for an open discussion about the importance of agreeing on common ethical principles for a global governance system for sustainability. A panel involved in conversations about an ethical framework for global governance will share a wide range of opinions on this topic. Participants in this side event will have the opportunity to interact with the panelists and among themselves. The Buenos Aires province is developing public policies on sustainable development based on the subnational level as a member of the Network of Regional Governements for Sustainable Development. The social, economic and environmental dimensions sublie the design of any measure applied, allowing the synergy between programs. The aim of the side event proposed is to contribute to the strengthening of a national strategy on sustainable development from the perspective of a local (subnational) government. In addition, to increase the social awareness, showing the potentiality of the coordinated actions from local and regional governments through the exchange of experiences and capabilities between institutions and decision makers. The outcomes and inputs relative to the Rio+20 goals are: To strength the mechanisms of cooperation between local and regional governments. To contribute to the inclusion of the local aspects on sustainable development in national and international strategies, from a interjurisdictional, interinstitutional and interdisciplinary approach. Women belonging to the Roma minority face multiple discrimination, particularly in the field of education, health, employment or participation in public and political life. There is a strong concern regarding the lack of efficient solutions addressing the situation of Roma women and children, especially in order to reduce the poverty level. Roma women are characterised by very early marriages, birth of the first child in juvenile age and following births with short intervals in-between. Premature births are risk factors for severe congenital disorders, high child mortality in the first year of life and high mother mortality. Russia plays an important role in maintaining stability of the planet. It is the largest country (12% of the total land area) and the world's largest undisturbed by economic activity area (60-65% of the country). Russia holds the largest share of the world forests (22%), 13% of oil, 34% of gas, 12% of coal, 27% of iron ore. These resources are a storehouse for the development of the global economy. However, large-scale of its extraction would inevitably have a negative impact on the planet ecological balance.

Subnational Governments. Building a Sustainable Development Strategy

17/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

Challenges for the Roma women in Europe

17/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-2 (Riocentro)

TOWARDS GREEN ECONOMY: PERSPECTIVES, BENEFITS, CONCERNS - RUSSIAN P

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro) In Russia there are unique ecosystems that preserve rare species of flora and fauna, which are the planetary domain. The Russian economy is the fourth largest in the world in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. Besides the role of Russia in the global economy and politics is growing. All these factors determine the important role Russia can play in the transition to sustainable development globally.

WWF: Sustainable And Affordable Access To Energy-From Field To Policy

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Access to economically viable and sustainable energy is fundamental for the economic, social and political development of a country. It brings improvements in healthcare, education, communication and several other areas of basic needs. Today it is estimated that 1.4 billion people live without access to reliable electricity and 2.7 billion without access to clean cooking facilities. This has several environmental and human health consequences. The WWF Clean, Reliable and Affordable Energy Access side event will address these problems showing success stories from the field, and demonstration projects that depict energy access models complemented by presentations from governments thus creating a link between field work and national policy. In showing the way from pilots to policy, stakeholders in different countries will come on as partners and add their perspectives of policy, governance, technology and entrepreneurship in the given context of energy access in the three selected countries India, Uganda and Madagascar. Leadership in Africa have globally been identified as one of the major crisis in Africa starting from selection, election processes And sustainability of the elected position And responsibilities. This derails major national, regional AND GLOBALL DEVELOPMENTS IN Africa. African Children Talent Discovery Foundation and World Mission Foundation an NGO in Special Consultative Status wit ECOSOC at the United Nations in taking steps to further their collaborative mission considers its significant need to bring the issues to Rio+20. The underlying purpose is to seek for diverse value based leadership skills that could be provided to youths of Africa in understanding the import of sustainable leadership for global, regional and national development of Africa. The Global Alliance for Banking on Values, the Green Economy Coalition and The Norwegian Forum for Environment and Development will co-host a debate to determine key policy changes that governments can make to help shift finance from a short term focus to long term sustainable value creation.

Sustainability, Value Based Leadership and African Youths

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Banking as if the future matters - Making the change from short term profit to long term prosperity

17/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Over the months up to Rio+20 an online consultation has taken place to identify enabling policies to promote a long term approach. The results will be launched at this event. Find out how banking and finance, in cooperation with governments and civil society, can create a profound shift towards a greener, more inclusive and fairer economy.

Sustainable development of indigenous people of the North and the Arct

17/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-4 (Riocentro)

The Program of the roundtable meeting ?A Long-term Sustainable Development for Global Sustainable Development Based on Partnership of Civilizations and Prospects of Indigenous People of the North? within the UN Conference on Sustainable Development RIO+20 Prospects of sustainable development of indigenous people of the North and the Arctic civilization To accelerate the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) the Economic Community for West African States (ECOWAS) adopted the ECOWAS/UEMOA Regional White Paper on Access to Energy Services for Populations in Rural and Peri-urban Areas in 2006. The white paper aims at providing access to improved domestic cooking fuels and sustainable electricity services for the majority of the population by 2015. After five years of implementation, the ECOWAS Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE) in cooperation with its partners are organizing a side event at the Rio+20. At the background of the newly adopted UN Goals on Universal Access to Energy Services by 2030 the workshop will take stock of the achievements and will highlight success stories in some of the countries. Moreover, the side event will discuss the possible contribution of renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions to accelerate the implementation the White Paper. What does religion have to do with Rio+20? The Interfaith Consortium for Ecological Civilization works towards the transformation of consciousness needed to enable changes towards sustainability. Religions help people shape their worldviews and act on their values. Governments need the guidance of an awakened civil society to make necessary radical changes. Corporations need an awakened civil society to insist on internalizing costs and serving society. Inspired by the work of Thomas Berry and by resources from the world's religions, this session will explore the spiritual resources for transformation and current manifestations of such transformations. We will then consider what is needed to ramp up this change in service to the Earth. Areas of application include communities, corporate engagement, the Convention on Corporate Social Responsibility, and support of youth leadership. The change in consciousness and the new actions that flow from it offer a positive direction towards renewed flourishing on Earth.

Towards Universal Access to Sustainable Energy Service in West Africa

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Interfaith response to Sustainable Development:Ecological Civilization

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

In discussing sustainable development, many focus on the production aspect of development. Much of the dialogue centers on improving the efficiency of current production methods, i.e. providing more food for more people given a limited amount of resources. While sustainable and efficient production is important, it is only half of the equation. The Other Half of Development: Patterns of Sustainable Consumption 17/06/2012 11:30:00 T-4 (Riocentro) The workshop will instead focus on patterns of sustainable consumption. The major stakeholders must be invested in inspiring the world?s population to reduce their desire for consumption as a crucial part of sustainable development. The thematic focus of this workshop is on in-depth discussion of sustainable individual consumption, including reduction of consumption habits, promotion of vegetarianism, and the benefits of recycling. The workshop will also cover efficient cooking methods and sustainable practices in food security and agriculture. Global issues like sustainable development are a down-top process that involves grassroots and how civil society will mobilize populations to support the work of the United Nations. By supporting this process, the Legion of Good Will (LGW), the only Brazilian NGO in general consultative status with ECOSOC, has substantially contributed towards the achievement of the sustainable development goals, especially in Latin America. The proposed side event intends to be a showcase of success stories gathered during the 9th Solidary Society Network Multi-stakeholder Forum, held last March by the LGW in partnership with the NGO Branch of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs and other UN agencies in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. The mechanisms to strengthen constructive cooperation among international organisms, NGOs, local authorities and academia are the focus of this dialogue towards concrete proposals to eradicate poverty in the context of a green economy. For more than 30 years, the international community, through different international declarations (e.g the Rio Declaration, the Johannesburg Declaration, the Earth Charter), have been trying to find shared ethical principles that can help humanity to make decisions in our current situation. These principles will be foundational for the governance system for sustainability that will be discussed during the Rio+20 Summit. An ethical framework for global governance 17/06/2012 11:30:00 T-6 (Riocentro) This side event will offer the opportunity for an open discussion about the importance of agreeing on common ethical principles for a global governance system for sustainability. A panel involved in conversations about an ethical framework for global governance will share a wide range of opinions on this topic. Participants in this side event will have the opportunity to interact with the panelists and among themselves. The Buenos Aires province is developing public policies on sustainable development based on the subnational level as a member of the Network of Regional Governements for Sustainable Development. The social, economic and environmental dimensions sublie the design of any measure applied, allowing the synergy between programs. The aim of the side event proposed is to contribute to the strengthening of a national strategy on sustainable development from the perspective of a local (subnational) government. In addition, to increase the social awareness, showing the potentiality of the coordinated actions from local and regional governments through the exchange of experiences and capabilities between institutions and decision makers. The outcomes and inputs relative to the Rio+20 goals are: To strength the mechanisms of cooperation between local and regional governments. To contribute to the inclusion of the local aspects on sustainable development in national and international strategies, from a interjurisdictional, interinstitutional and interdisciplinary approach. Evento ser um debate entre especialistas, profissionais de desenvolvimento, decisores polticos e parceiros de desenvolvimento sobre s vantagens comparativas e o valor agregado das polticas e abordagens de gerenciamento transfronterias, ecossitmicas e objetivas, frente s abordagens nacionais, setoriais e qualitativas. Evento restrito a convidados. Palestrantes: Dr Alfredo Guillet, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs - DGCS; Mr Methuseli Maphala Limpopo Transboundary Project Manager; Mr Albert Mbedzi Beitbridge Rural District Council; Mr Olivier Chassot, Tropical Science Center, IUCNWCPA TBC SG; Mr Tomasz Pezold, IUCN Programme Office for South Eastern Europe; Ms Bosiljka Vukovic - Head Dept. Sust. Dev. Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism; Ms Kathy McKinnon - Vice chair IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas

Constructive Cooperation

17/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Subnational Governments. Building a Sustainable Development Strategy

17/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

Cooperao Transfronteiria pelo Desenvolvimento Sustentvel Integrado: Uma Proposta Vivel para a Implemementao da Economia Verde?

17/06/2012

12:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

Dilogo sobre o Protocolo de Nagoia

17/06/2012

13:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

O evento tem por finalidade criar um momento de discusso em torno do Protocolo de Nagoia sobre Acesso a Recursos Genticos e Repartio Justa e Equitativa dos Benefcios Derivados de sua Uitlizao Conveno sobre Diversidade Biolgica durante a Rio + 20, envolvendo representates do setor cientfico, empresarial, governamental e de comunidades tradicionais. O Protocolo de Nagoia busca implementar um dos trs objetivos principais da Conveno, a saber, a repartio justa e equitativa de benefcios. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Hugo-Maria Schally, Diretor, DG-Meio Ambiente, Comuidade Europia; Eliana Fontes, Diretora, DPG/MMA; Joaquim Machado, Pesquisador, Universidade de So Paulo; Cristiane de Moraes, Coordenadora, UEBT.

Seminar on upcoming Asia Pacific Youth Water Summit in Dhaka, Bangladesh Educao da Paz, Sustentabilidade Planetaria e Reconciliao com a Me Natureza La Televisin como Herramienta de Manipulacin Global Cpula dos Prefeitos: Brunch Sesso VDEO-SHOW The Green Economy: Driving Business Value and Competitiveness Rede frica Viva de Desenvolvimento Sustentvel Poesia Verde

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Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo Forte de Copacabana Parque dos Atletas Forte de Copacabana Evento Fechado Sesso VDEO-SHOW

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Evento aberto ao pblico em geral Evento aberto ao pbico em geral A Amaznia um dos lugares mais famosos do mundo e, curiosamente, um dos menos conhecidos. Em meio a tanta desinformao, o documentrio se prope uma difcil misso. Buscar as inmeras verdades existentes, derrubando mitos e levando ao pblico um retrato mais fiel da maior floresta tropical do planeta. Quais so os viles do desmatamento? Qual o caminho para o desenvolvimento sem agredir a natureza? Estas so algumas das questes cruciais envolvendo a Amaznia e que ainda esperam por respostas convincentes. Trata-se de um filme sobre a Amazonia, feito por brasileiros, mas com uma viso global do tema, e apoiado nas mais recentes descobertas e pesquisas cientificas. Um filme que abriga vises conflitantes, e que abre espao para que muitas vozes possam ser ouvidas. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Fernando de Souza Dias, documentary producer - Gullane & Grifa ; Eduardo Rajabally, documentary director - Gullane & Grifa.

Pr-estreia do documentrio Amaznia Desconhecida

17/06/2012

14:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

Pedagogia Waldorf e Medicina Antroposfica na Rede Pblica de Ensino e no Terceiro Setor Agricultural transition-into a viable food future Palestra Seminrio, debate,palestra e roda de conversa Marxismo, meio ambiente e desenvolvimento sustentvel da Amaznia Festival Encantado Forum:Cidades Sustentveis: oportunidades para os empreendedores sociais Forum: Governana de Ecossistemas na America L. Forum: Qualidade de Vida nas Cidades (Etapa III) Improving Lives with a Green Economy: A New Development Partnership? Debate sobre Educao, Agricultura e Meio Ambiente para Desenvolvimento Sustentvel INOVAO TECNOLGICA SUSTENTVEL: A CHAVE PARA O FUTURO DAS EMPRESAS DO SETOR ELTRICO

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Sala Mariza - Embrapa Solos Parque dos Atletas INOVAO TECNOLGICA SUSTENTVEL: A CHAVE PARA O FUTURO DAS EMPRESAS DO SETOR ELTRICO Populaes pobres em todo mundo utilizam os recursos naturais para sua subsistncia. preciso garantir as condies e incentivos para que possam ter uma vida digna que inclua a conservao ambiental. O que aprendemos sobre isso at aqui? O programa Bolsa Verde Brasileiro e o Guarda Bosques Colombiano ilustram este debate. Convidados: Roberto Vinzentin, Wagner Pinheiro de Oliveira, Rodrigo Medeiros. Evento pblico OFFICIAL EVENTS Apresentao do Case SUAPE, enfatizando a ampliao dos ativos ambientais do Porto, com destaque para a zona de preservao ambiental - ZEPEC, a zona central de servios administrativos, com edificaes inteligentes, e tambm uma zona de preservao cultural. A expanso planejada do complexo prev uma sinergia entre os clusters e o porto de Suape. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrante: Frederico Amncio- Vice presidente de Suape.

Arena Socioambiental - Encontros Globais - Alm do Antagonismo: Conservao Ambiental e Incluso Social Sustainable Development Dialogues: Forests Complexo Industrial Porturio SUAPE, Transitando para a Sustentabilidade.

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Biodiversidade Aqutica: Conservao e Impactos

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Apresentao de palestras sobre biodiversidade aqutica e hidreltricas, sobre pesca e seus impactos, sobre conservao de biodiversidade marina: recifes de coral e sobre manguezais e mudanas climticas. Evento aberto ao pblico. Promovido pela Gerncia de Biodiversidade Aqutica e Recursos Pesqueiros SBF/MMA. Palestrantes: Paulo Pompeu Professor- UFMG; Bianca Chaim- Analista- MMA; Victor Paulo Azevedo-Analista IBAMA; Beatrice Padovani-Professora UFPE; Clvis Castro- professor UFRJ; Mnica Brick Peres- Analista MMA; Felipe ChavesProfessor- UERJ. Evento Fechado Programao infantil - Filmes sob a curadoria de Patrcia Alves Dias ( Curtas; Bilhes de rvores, de Frata Soares, O Caminho das Gaivotas, Bafo Quente de Mauricio Maia, Ensolarado de Ricardo Targino, Essencia de Daniel Rabanea, O Dirio da Terra de Diogo Viegas, Naia e a Lua de Leandro Tadashi, A Menina do Mar de Mauro DAddio e SACI de Humberto Avelar).. Entrada Franca Daniel Dantas, Bebel Lobo, Leonardo Netto, Marcos Palmeira e outros, em forma de entrevista. (Atores falam sobre suas expectativas sobre a Rio+20) . Entrada Franca Luis Carlos Maciel Roteiro, Direo e Produo de Flavia Orlando. Direo de Fotografia de Breno Cunha. . Entrada Franca O Baixo Gvea ouvir os cantores na janela da Casa da Gvea Com Cico Caseira / Marcia do Valle e Chico Caruso . Entrada Franca Curtas; Bilhes de rvores, de Frata Soares, O Caminho das Gaivotas, Bafo Quente de Mauricio Maia, Ensolarado de Ricardo Targino, Essencia de Daniel Rabanea, O Dirio da Terra de Diogo Viegas, Naia e a Lua de Leandro Tadashi, A Menina do Mar de Mauro DAddio e SACI de Humberto Avelar. INOVAR OU PERECER: O GRANDE DESAFIO DAS EMPRESAS DO SETOR ELTRICO

Cpula dos Prefeitos: Iniciativa Conjunta sobre Susten. Urbana

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Curtas infantis - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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A conscincia dos atores - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Retratos Brasileiros - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br Canto da janela - Ocupao irbita www.imaginario.etc.br

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Curtas Infantis INOVAR OU PERECER: O GRANDE DESAFIO DAS EMPRESAS DO SETOR ELTRICO Oficinas de Socilogos na Cpula dos Povos Achievements of Central Africa for the implementation of Agenda 21 We Canada: A Journey for Canadian Leadership at Rio+20 Cpula dos Prefeitos:Os caminhos do Desen. Urbano e Habitao Social Susten. 1a. Batalha de Bboys Zulub - Ocupao ABC Urbana www.imaginario.etc.br Quanto vale ou por quilo APRESENTAO ABEEOLICA Seminrio "Transdisciplinaridade e Mudana de Paradigma na Relao com a gua" e lanamento oficial da Rede Internacional de Estudos e Aes Transdisciplinares da gua (REATA) Crescimento humano para o bem e para o mau como equilibrar essa balana? Abastecimento de gua e Saneamento Ambiental Universalizao COLQUIO: VOZES DA COMUM-UNIDADE Forum: Comprometa-se a Ser a Mudana que Voc quer Ver no Mundo Ecovillages and Transition Towns: Laboratories of Sustainable Living

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Room ARN2 Room UN2 Evento Fechado Celebrao da Cultura Hip Hop com MC Slow DABF, DJ Marcelinho MG e DJ Glauco Mix . Entrada Franca de Srgio Bianchi. Brasil, 2005. Com Antnio Abujamra, Caio Blat, Herson Capri. 104. Adaptao livre do conto de Machado de Assis Pai contra me. O filme faz uma analogia entre o antigo comrcio de escravos e a atual explorao da misria pelo marketing social. Classificao indicativa 16 anos. APRESENTAO ABEEOLICA

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A Atuao do Tribunal de Contas da Unio na rea Ambiental

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1) TCU: competncias, estrutura e forma de atuao. 2) Forma de atuao do TCU no controle da gesto ambiental federal. 3) Principais trabalhos realizados objetivos e concluses relevantes: 3.1 - auditorias relativas ao processo de licenciamento ambiental federal; 3.2 - auditorias referentes a mudanas climticas; 3.3 levantamento de auditoria para avaliar as aes pblicas federais voltadas para a preveno e combate s queimadas; 3.4 - auditoria realizada com o objetivo de avaliar as aes adotadas pelo Governo Federal voltadas para a utilizao racional de energia eltrica, gua e papel pela Administrao Pblica Federal; 3.5 - auditoria realizada no sistema de controle de trnsito de produtos florestais DOF; 3.6 fiscalizao acerca da regularidade da norma autorizadora da pesca da tainha; 3.7 auditoria para avaliar o processo de internalizao dos compromissos assumidos pelo Brasil nos acordos internacionais celebrados por ocasio da Conferncia Rio92. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrante: Rafel Lopes Torres (Secretrio de Controle Externo - TCU) e Fernando Antnio Dorna Magalhes (Diretor-TCU). Rios voadores so correntes areas que carregam vapor de gua da bacia Amaznica para outras regies do Brasil e da Amrica do Sul. Essa umidade, transportada pelas massas de ar, uma importante contribuio ao regime de chuvas do continente. De forma pioneira, o projeto Rios Voadores une aventura, cincia e educao, e focaliza estes processos, voando junto com os ventos, proporcionando um estudo meteorolgico e coletando/analisando amostras de vapor de gua. Evento aberto ao pblico. Promovido pela "Rio Voadores"; Palestrantes: Grard Moss, idealizador e coordenador do projeto Rios Voadores. 1) Zoneamento Ecolgico Econmico e Plano de Desenvolvimento Sustentvel do Estado; 2) Planejamento participativo do estado por territrios de identidade; 3) Programa gua para todos, responsvel por garantir acesso gua e saneamento; 4) Modernizao, informatizao e aprimoramento do sistema de regulao ambiental do Estado. GLOBA WIND POWER UPDATE

Rios Voadores, pelo piloto e ambientalista Grard Moss

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ZEE/PDS Territrios de Identidade PAT GLOBA WIND POWER UPDATE Lanamento pela Editora Anita Garibaldi/FMG dos livros Mudanas climticas - Fundamentos cientficos e polticos e Documentos sobre meio ambiente do PCdoB, e da revista Princpios Cpula dos Prefeitos: Cidades Inclusivas e Justas Bringing Climate Finance to Grassroots Women What does it take?

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Evento Fechado Room UN2 Democracia e garantia de direitos so condies essenciais para o desenvolvimento. Neste debate atores estratgicos desta construo, no Brasil e no mundo falam de sua experincia: dos conselhos brasileiros que definem polticas pblicas aos questionamentos do modelo de desenvolvimento econmico global, qual o papel da democracia para promoo de uma sociedade justa e sustentvel? Convidados: Gilberto Carvalho, Vanessa Zettler (participao online), Jos Jnior, Boaventura de Sousa Santo. Evento pblico francs de Nelson Pereira dos Santos. Brasil, 1970. Com Arduno Colassanti, Ana Maria Magalhes, Eduardo Imbassahy Filho. 83. Em 1594, um aventureiro francs fica prisioneiro dos ndios Tamoios. Classificao indicativa 16 anos. Sesso VDEO-SHOW

Arena Socioambiental - Encontros Globais - Democracia e Direitos

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Como era gostoso o meu francs Sesso VDEO-SHOW Ecovillages and Transition Towns: Laboratories of Sustainable Living Sustainable Development Dialogues: Food and Nutrition Security. Encerramento do Forum de Empreendedorismo Social A Conscincia dos Atores Aulo de Charme - Ocupao ABC Urbana www.imaginario.etc.br

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MAM Parque dos Atletas Aterro do Flamengo Riocentro Forte de Copacabana CASA DA GVEA Em frente ao quiosque Globo Rio

OFFICIAL EVENTS inscries pelo site: http://www.empreendedorismosocial.org.br (esgotado) Daniel Dantas, Bebel Lobo, Leonardo Netto, Marcos Palmeira e outros, em forma de entrevista. (Atores falam sobre suas expectativas sobre a Rio+20) Aulo de Charme com Dj Corello. . Entrada Franca The Philippines is one of the forerunners of sustainable development in Asia. Several months after the 1992 Rio Earth Summit, the Philippine Government initiated the formulation of the ?Philippine Agenda 21? (PA 21), which served as the country?s blueprint towards sustainable development. As the PA 21 marks its 15th year this 2012, the side-event aims to showcase the gains achieved and lessons learned by the Philippines on sustainable development thus far.

Sustaining the Gains of Philippine Agenda 21

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P3-2 (Riocentro) Looking towards the future, the Philippines consider green economy as the new rallying point for the better integration of the three pillars of sustainable development. Likewise, it recognizes the need to encourage sustainable consumption and production patterns as a tool and mechanism to achieve sustainable development. The side-event shall also serve as a venue to share results of the partnership of UNEP and the Philippine Government on SCP and GE.

The Philippines is one of the forerunners of sustainable development in Asia. Several months after the 1992 Rio Earth Summit, the Philippine Government initiated the formulation of the ?Philippine Agenda 21? (PA 21), which served as the country?s blueprint towards sustainable development. As the PA 21 marks its 15th year this 2012, the side-event aims to showcase the gains achieved and lessons learned by the Philippines on sustainable development thus far. Sustaining the Gains of Philippine Agenda 21 17/06/2012 13:00:00 AM P3-2 (Riocentro) Looking towards the future, the Philippines consider green economy as the new rallying point for the better integration of the three pillars of sustainable development. Likewise, it recognizes the need to encourage sustainable consumption and production patterns as a tool and mechanism to achieve sustainable development. The side-event shall also serve as a venue to share results of the partnership of UNEP and the Philippine Government on SCP and GE. The Philippines is one of the forerunners of sustainable development in Asia. Several months after the 1992 Rio Earth Summit, the Philippine Government initiated the formulation of the ?Philippine Agenda 21? (PA 21), which served as the country?s blueprint towards sustainable development. As the PA 21 marks its 15th year this 2012, the side-event aims to showcase the gains achieved and lessons learned by the Philippines on sustainable development thus far. Sustaining the Gains of Philippine Agenda 21 17/06/2012 13:00:00 AM P3-2 (Riocentro) Looking towards the future, the Philippines consider green economy as the new rallying point for the better integration of the three pillars of sustainable development. Likewise, it recognizes the need to encourage sustainable consumption and production patterns as a tool and mechanism to achieve sustainable development. The side-event shall also serve as a venue to share results of the partnership of UNEP and the Philippine Government on SCP and GE. L?Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), a contribu de faon substantielle aux ngociations et l?adoption de la Norme ISO 26000 portant Lignes directrices du Dveloppement durable publie en novembre 2010. Pour le dploiement de cette norme, l?OIF a labor et adopt une stratgie propre en vue du dveloppement d?un partenariat du type de 2 des Nations Unies. C?est ainsi que lors du Forum francophone prparatoire Rio+20, un atelier s?est tenu le 7 fvrier 2012 Lyon, en France, qui a permis de faire un tat des lieux dtaill des initiatives et des dveloppements en cours au plan international en matire de responsabilit socitale comme contribution des organisations au dveloppement durable, illustrs par des exemples de dploiement dans des pays francophones. Ceci a abouti l?adoption du Projet de Partenariat objet de l?vnement parallle envisag Rio. The worsening pollution and intensifying ecological degradation in recent years has made it clear that China cannot continue to go about business as usual. Traditional development models are now under scrutiny. Chinese NGOs have joined together in critically reviewing the practices and challenges of sustainable development over the past two decades (1992-2011). Their collective effort has cumulated in a joint report, China Going Green? A Civil Society Review of 20 years of Sustainable Development. Covering a wide range of issues, from water pollution to climate change to green finance, the report will be launched at this side event. Lead authors from different NGOs will share their unique writing processes, which involved a multiplicity of stakeholders and their diverse views. This side event, as part of the ?China Going Green? Dialogues, is a rare opportunity to learn from seldom-heard independent voices within Chinese civil societies on the challenges and opportunities of the world?s fastest growing economy. There is an urgent need to transform unsustainable agriculture and food systems. Industrial agriculture and other forms of unsustainable practices have caused dramatic problems. But resilient and sustainable modes of food production exist, and small scale food producers nourish more than 70% of the global population. How can we make the transition into agricultural production and food systems which can - drastically reduce poverty, - reduce climate change and cool the planet, - restore biodiversity, soil fertility and water resources, - improve livelihoods and provide employment for billions of people, - produce enough, good and nutritious food for 9 billion people or more? Examples of sustainable food systems and lessons learned from transition into such systems will be presented. Leader of farmers? organizations and international institutions will together with scientists and activists discuss how a transition into a viable food future can happen.

Partenariat sur la Contribution des Organisations au DD

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13:30:00 AM

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China Going Green? A Civil Society Review of 20 years of Sustainable Development

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-9 (Riocentro)

Agricultural transition - into a viable food future

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13:30:00 AM

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African Young Scientist Initiative on Climate Change and IKS

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13:30:00 AM

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The African Young Scientists Initiative on Climate Change and Indigenous Knowledge Systems (AYSICCIKS) seeks to participate in Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2012. The Initiative will organize a round table discussion and mini-exhibition to promote and showcase examples of African best practices on: the Role of African Young Scientists in Promoting Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) for Sustainable Livelihoods within the context of climate change. The focus will be on the role of IKS in food security, natural resource management and health. The objectives are to share experiences with the international community on the outcome of AYSICCIKS?s participation and deliberations at COP 17 in Durban (2011); and to enable African young scientists to build international networks on IKS, Climate Change and sustainable development. Middle East is one of the most climate sensitive regions. According to latest IPCC assessment, the climate is predicted to become even hotter and drier in most of the MENA region. It is further estimated that an additional 80?100 million people will be exposed by 2025 to water stress that is likely to result in an even stronger pressure on groundwater resources. In addition,they are expected to fluctuate more widely, ultimately falling to a significantly lower long-term average. Global models predict sea levels rising from about 0.1 to 0.3 meters by the year 2050, and from about 0.1 to 0.9 meters by 2100. In the case of extreme scenarios (0.5), 12 millions are expected to be displaced in Egypt alone. It will be critical for the governments plan to answer and prioritize these new threats from more multi dimensional scenarios in order to keep social and political stability Ethiopia is one of the countries which are severely affected by the impacts of climate change which is hindering the country?s efforts to eradicate poverty and develop sustainably. The country is currently undertaking several efforts to wade of the problems including the initiation of the Climate Resilient Green Economy (CRGE) strategy. Civil society in Ethiopia in recent past have been addressing the issue of climate change to a greater extent, thereby also supporting the initiatives of the government. Apart from individual organizations, civil society coalitions have been formed (eg ECSNCC, HoAREN, PHE Consortia etc.) to address the issues pertaining to climate change. The side event will address the role and contribution of civil society in addressing climate change impacts. The panel will also bring out specific case studies and future opportunities for CSOs in Ethiopia. Participants will enjoy the first parts of the documentary No Fight No Victory, presented by awardwinning Director Jan van den Berg. One billion people in the world face hunger. In Brazils third city, Belo Horizonte, the right to food is now guaranteed by law. Its policy inspired many people in the world, but each country needs to find its own strategy. Together with journalist Sara Abreu Mata Machado, the film takes us around the world to see the hopeful developments eradicating hunger through the eyes of the people Sara meets. It becomes very clear: to arrive at a truly sustainable agriculture and food system, we need to transform the food value chains from production to consumption. Full Title: Innovative collaborations enabling women to develop scalable green economy businesses to accelerate sustainable development (Learnings from Brazil, Guatemala, India, Kenya, New Zealand and Turkey)

The Role of Climate Induced Displacement in Socio-economic Development

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13:30:00 AM

T-8 (Riocentro)

Climate Change and SD in Ethiopia : Role of Civil Society

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

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From Production To Consumption - Towards A Sustainable Food System

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nnovative Collaborations Driving Inclusive Sustainable Growth

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P3-A (Riocentro) The purpose of this side event is to share learnings from creative collaborations among businesses, NGOs and governments that help women access clean water and renewable energy sources to improve their family?s health and livelihoods and empower them to be part of green supply chain.

Get mad and do something about it! Youth as initiators for change

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13:30:00 AM

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The title of this panel ?Get mad and do something about it? is not meant to inspire militant direct action. Instead, this panel is meant to recognize the anger many young people feel when we look to our future but it will also show that youth are determined to create a positive future and seeks to inspire them to do something about it. The Rio +20 summit focuses on two topics: on the one hand a green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication and on the other hand the institutional framework for sustainable development. The side event aims to illustrate how biodiversity use can serve these two strategic objectives. In 2009, the Natural Resources Stewardship Circle of the aromatic, perfume and cosmetics industry (NRSC) committed to developing collaborative guidelines for ethical and sustainable sourcing of natural extracts from the traditional territories of indigenous peoples and local communities (ILCs) producers around the world. Currently, NRSC membership is made up of 20+ major international companies. In this event, the NRSC, in cooperation with the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Associacao Sociocultural Yawanawa, and Tribal Link Foundation will share experiences from the field and engage the audience in an open dialogue on the development of guidelines and the next steps forward.

Indigenous and Local Communities and the Private Sector

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Sustainable Development: Do we need a green industrial policy?

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13:30:00 AM

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Partenariat sur la Contribution des Organisations au DD

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

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Industrial policy has made a forceful comeback. The global economic and financial crisis demanded swift action by governments to support and restructure productive activities, and industry in particular, in order to protect employment. At the same time global challenges such as climate change cannot be addressed without decisive policy changes in industry-related incentives and regulations. The conditions are ripe for placing industrial policy at the core of the policy agenda for green growth and sustainable development. Industry produces large amounts of emissions and pollution while being a major source of employment and wages. Rio + 20 thus become a unique forum for suggesting global and national industrial policies that are green, inclusive and economically dynamic. The side-event will bring together the business sector, governments, academia and representatives of civil society. It will aim at discussing the fundamental sustainability choices and proposing guiding principles and best practices for industrial policy. L?Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), a contribu de faon substantielle aux ngociations et l?adoption de la Norme ISO 26000 portant Lignes directrices du Dveloppement durable publie en novembre 2010. Pour le dploiement de cette norme, l?OIF a labor et adopt une stratgie propre en vue du dveloppement d?un partenariat du type de 2 des Nations Unies. C?est ainsi que lors du Forum francophone prparatoire Rio+20, un atelier s?est tenu le 7 fvrier 2012 Lyon, en France, qui a permis de faire un tat des lieux dtaill des initiatives et des dveloppements en cours au plan international en matire de responsabilit socitale comme contribution des organisations au dveloppement durable, illustrs par des exemples de dploiement dans des pays francophones. Ceci a abouti l?adoption du Projet de Partenariat objet de l?vnement parallle envisag Rio. The worsening pollution and intensifying ecological degradation in recent years has made it clear that China cannot continue to go about business as usual. Traditional development models are now under scrutiny. Chinese NGOs have joined together in critically reviewing the practices and challenges of sustainable development over the past two decades (1992-2011). Their collective effort has cumulated in a joint report, China Going Green? A Civil Society Review of 20 years of Sustainable Development. Covering a wide range of issues, from water pollution to climate change to green finance, the report will be launched at this side event. Lead authors from different NGOs will share their unique writing processes, which involved a multiplicity of stakeholders and their diverse views. This side event, as part of the ?China Going Green? Dialogues, is a rare opportunity to learn from seldom-heard independent voices within Chinese civil societies on the challenges and opportunities of the world?s fastest growing economy. There is an urgent need to transform unsustainable agriculture and food systems. Industrial agriculture and other forms of unsustainable practices have caused dramatic problems. But resilient and sustainable modes of food production exist, and small scale food producers nourish more than 70% of the global population. How can we make the transition into agricultural production and food systems which can - drastically reduce poverty, - reduce climate change and cool the planet, - restore biodiversity, soil fertility and water resources, - improve livelihoods and provide employment for billions of people, - produce enough, good and nutritious food for 9 billion people or more? Examples of sustainable food systems and lessons learned from transition into such systems will be presented. Leader of farmers? organizations and international institutions will together with scientists and activists discuss how a transition into a viable food future can happen. The African Young Scientists Initiative on Climate Change and Indigenous Knowledge Systems (AYSICCIKS) seeks to participate in Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2012. The Initiative will organize a round table discussion and mini-exhibition to promote and showcase examples of African best practices on: the Role of African Young Scientists in Promoting Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) for Sustainable Livelihoods within the context of climate change. The focus will be on the role of IKS in food security, natural resource management and health. The objectives are to share experiences with the international community on the outcome of AYSICCIKS?s participation and deliberations at COP 17 in Durban (2011); and to enable African young scientists to build international networks on IKS, Climate Change and sustainable development.

China Going Green? A Civil Society Review of 20 years of Sustainable Development

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-9 (Riocentro)

Agricultural transition - into a viable food future

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-4 (Riocentro)

African Young Scientist Initiative on Climate Change and IKS

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

P3-4 (Riocentro)

The Role of Climate Induced Displacement in Socio-economic Development

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-8 (Riocentro)

Middle East is one of the most climate sensitive regions. According to latest IPCC assessment, the climate is predicted to become even hotter and drier in most of the MENA region. It is further estimated that an additional 80?100 million people will be exposed by 2025 to water stress that is likely to result in an even stronger pressure on groundwater resources. In addition,they are expected to fluctuate more widely, ultimately falling to a significantly lower long-term average. Global models predict sea levels rising from about 0.1 to 0.3 meters by the year 2050, and from about 0.1 to 0.9 meters by 2100. In the case of extreme scenarios (0.5), 12 millions are expected to be displaced in Egypt alone. It will be critical for the governments plan to answer and prioritize these new threats from more multi dimensional scenarios in order to keep social and political stability Ethiopia is one of the countries which are severely affected by the impacts of climate change which is hindering the country?s efforts to eradicate poverty and develop sustainably. The country is currently undertaking several efforts to wade of the problems including the initiation of the Climate Resilient Green Economy (CRGE) strategy. Civil society in Ethiopia in recent past have been addressing the issue of climate change to a greater extent, thereby also supporting the initiatives of the government. Apart from individual organizations, civil society coalitions have been formed (eg ECSNCC, HoAREN, PHE Consortia etc.) to address the issues pertaining to climate change. The side event will address the role and contribution of civil society in addressing climate change impacts. The panel will also bring out specific case studies and future opportunities for CSOs in Ethiopia. Participants will enjoy the first parts of the documentary No Fight No Victory, presented by awardwinning Director Jan van den Berg. One billion people in the world face hunger. In Brazils third city, Belo Horizonte, the right to food is now guaranteed by law. Its policy inspired many people in the world, but each country needs to find its own strategy. Together with journalist Sara Abreu Mata Machado, the film takes us around the world to see the hopeful developments eradicating hunger through the eyes of the people Sara meets. It becomes very clear: to arrive at a truly sustainable agriculture and food system, we need to transform the food value chains from production to consumption. Full Title: Innovative collaborations enabling women to develop scalable green economy businesses to accelerate sustainable development (Learnings from Brazil, Guatemala, India, Kenya, New Zealand and Turkey)

Climate Change and SD in Ethiopia : Role of Civil Society

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-10 (Riocentro)

From Production To Consumption - Towards A Sustainable Food System

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-2 (Riocentro)

nnovative Collaborations Driving Inclusive Sustainable Growth

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

P3-A (Riocentro) The purpose of this side event is to share learnings from creative collaborations among businesses, NGOs and governments that help women access clean water and renewable energy sources to improve their family?s health and livelihoods and empower them to be part of green supply chain.

Get mad and do something about it! Youth as initiators for change

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-6 (Riocentro)

The title of this panel ?Get mad and do something about it? is not meant to inspire militant direct action. Instead, this panel is meant to recognize the anger many young people feel when we look to our future but it will also show that youth are determined to create a positive future and seeks to inspire them to do something about it. The Rio +20 summit focuses on two topics: on the one hand a green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication and on the other hand the institutional framework for sustainable development. The side event aims to illustrate how biodiversity use can serve these two strategic objectives. In 2009, the Natural Resources Stewardship Circle of the aromatic, perfume and cosmetics industry (NRSC) committed to developing collaborative guidelines for ethical and sustainable sourcing of natural extracts from the traditional territories of indigenous peoples and local communities (ILCs) producers around the world. Currently, NRSC membership is made up of 20+ major international companies. In this event, the NRSC, in cooperation with the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Associacao Sociocultural Yawanawa, and Tribal Link Foundation will share experiences from the field and engage the audience in an open dialogue on the development of guidelines and the next steps forward.

Indigenous and Local Communities and the Private Sector

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-5 (Riocentro)

Sustainable Development: Do we need a green industrial policy?

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-3 (Riocentro)

Partenariat sur la Contribution des Organisations au DD

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

P3-B (Riocentro)

Industrial policy has made a forceful comeback. The global economic and financial crisis demanded swift action by governments to support and restructure productive activities, and industry in particular, in order to protect employment. At the same time global challenges such as climate change cannot be addressed without decisive policy changes in industry-related incentives and regulations. The conditions are ripe for placing industrial policy at the core of the policy agenda for green growth and sustainable development. Industry produces large amounts of emissions and pollution while being a major source of employment and wages. Rio + 20 thus become a unique forum for suggesting global and national industrial policies that are green, inclusive and economically dynamic. The side-event will bring together the business sector, governments, academia and representatives of civil society. It will aim at discussing the fundamental sustainability choices and proposing guiding principles and best practices for industrial policy. L?Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), a contribu de faon substantielle aux ngociations et l?adoption de la Norme ISO 26000 portant Lignes directrices du Dveloppement durable publie en novembre 2010. Pour le dploiement de cette norme, l?OIF a labor et adopt une stratgie propre en vue du dveloppement d?un partenariat du type de 2 des Nations Unies. C?est ainsi que lors du Forum francophone prparatoire Rio+20, un atelier s?est tenu le 7 fvrier 2012 Lyon, en France, qui a permis de faire un tat des lieux dtaill des initiatives et des dveloppements en cours au plan international en matire de responsabilit socitale comme contribution des organisations au dveloppement durable, illustrs par des exemples de dploiement dans des pays francophones. Ceci a abouti l?adoption du Projet de Partenariat objet de l?vnement parallle envisag Rio. The worsening pollution and intensifying ecological degradation in recent years has made it clear that China cannot continue to go about business as usual. Traditional development models are now under scrutiny. Chinese NGOs have joined together in critically reviewing the practices and challenges of sustainable development over the past two decades (1992-2011). Their collective effort has cumulated in a joint report, China Going Green? A Civil Society Review of 20 years of Sustainable Development. Covering a wide range of issues, from water pollution to climate change to green finance, the report will be launched at this side event. Lead authors from different NGOs will share their unique writing processes, which involved a multiplicity of stakeholders and their diverse views. This side event, as part of the ?China Going Green? Dialogues, is a rare opportunity to learn from seldom-heard independent voices within Chinese civil societies on the challenges and opportunities of the world?s fastest growing economy. There is an urgent need to transform unsustainable agriculture and food systems. Industrial agriculture and other forms of unsustainable practices have caused dramatic problems. But resilient and sustainable modes of food production exist, and small scale food producers nourish more than 70% of the global population. How can we make the transition into agricultural production and food systems which can - drastically reduce poverty, - reduce climate change and cool the planet, - restore biodiversity, soil fertility and water resources, - improve livelihoods and provide employment for billions of people, - produce enough, good and nutritious food for 9 billion people or more? Examples of sustainable food systems and lessons learned from transition into such systems will be presented. Leader of farmers? organizations and international institutions will together with scientists and activists discuss how a transition into a viable food future can happen. The African Young Scientists Initiative on Climate Change and Indigenous Knowledge Systems (AYSICCIKS) seeks to participate in Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2012. The Initiative will organize a round table discussion and mini-exhibition to promote and showcase examples of African best practices on: the Role of African Young Scientists in Promoting Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) for Sustainable Livelihoods within the context of climate change. The focus will be on the role of IKS in food security, natural resource management and health. The objectives are to share experiences with the international community on the outcome of AYSICCIKS?s participation and deliberations at COP 17 in Durban (2011); and to enable African young scientists to build international networks on IKS, Climate Change and sustainable development.

China Going Green? A Civil Society Review of 20 years of Sustainable Development

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-9 (Riocentro)

Agricultural transition - into a viable food future

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-4 (Riocentro)

African Young Scientist Initiative on Climate Change and IKS

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

P3-4 (Riocentro)

The Role of Climate Induced Displacement in Socio-economic Development

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-8 (Riocentro)

Middle East is one of the most climate sensitive regions. According to latest IPCC assessment, the climate is predicted to become even hotter and drier in most of the MENA region. It is further estimated that an additional 80?100 million people will be exposed by 2025 to water stress that is likely to result in an even stronger pressure on groundwater resources. In addition,they are expected to fluctuate more widely, ultimately falling to a significantly lower long-term average. Global models predict sea levels rising from about 0.1 to 0.3 meters by the year 2050, and from about 0.1 to 0.9 meters by 2100. In the case of extreme scenarios (0.5), 12 millions are expected to be displaced in Egypt alone. It will be critical for the governments plan to answer and prioritize these new threats from more multi dimensional scenarios in order to keep social and political stability Ethiopia is one of the countries which are severely affected by the impacts of climate change which is hindering the country?s efforts to eradicate poverty and develop sustainably. The country is currently undertaking several efforts to wade of the problems including the initiation of the Climate Resilient Green Economy (CRGE) strategy. Civil society in Ethiopia in recent past have been addressing the issue of climate change to a greater extent, thereby also supporting the initiatives of the government. Apart from individual organizations, civil society coalitions have been formed (eg ECSNCC, HoAREN, PHE Consortia etc.) to address the issues pertaining to climate change. The side event will address the role and contribution of civil society in addressing climate change impacts. The panel will also bring out specific case studies and future opportunities for CSOs in Ethiopia. Participants will enjoy the first parts of the documentary No Fight No Victory, presented by awardwinning Director Jan van den Berg. One billion people in the world face hunger. In Brazils third city, Belo Horizonte, the right to food is now guaranteed by law. Its policy inspired many people in the world, but each country needs to find its own strategy. Together with journalist Sara Abreu Mata Machado, the film takes us around the world to see the hopeful developments eradicating hunger through the eyes of the people Sara meets. It becomes very clear: to arrive at a truly sustainable agriculture and food system, we need to transform the food value chains from production to consumption. Full Title: Innovative collaborations enabling women to develop scalable green economy businesses to accelerate sustainable development (Learnings from Brazil, Guatemala, India, Kenya, New Zealand and Turkey)

Climate Change and SD in Ethiopia : Role of Civil Society

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-10 (Riocentro)

From Production To Consumption - Towards A Sustainable Food System

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-2 (Riocentro)

nnovative Collaborations Driving Inclusive Sustainable Growth

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

P3-A (Riocentro) The purpose of this side event is to share learnings from creative collaborations among businesses, NGOs and governments that help women access clean water and renewable energy sources to improve their family?s health and livelihoods and empower them to be part of green supply chain.

Get mad and do something about it! Youth as initiators for change

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-6 (Riocentro)

The title of this panel ?Get mad and do something about it? is not meant to inspire militant direct action. Instead, this panel is meant to recognize the anger many young people feel when we look to our future but it will also show that youth are determined to create a positive future and seeks to inspire them to do something about it. The Rio +20 summit focuses on two topics: on the one hand a green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication and on the other hand the institutional framework for sustainable development. The side event aims to illustrate how biodiversity use can serve these two strategic objectives. In 2009, the Natural Resources Stewardship Circle of the aromatic, perfume and cosmetics industry (NRSC) committed to developing collaborative guidelines for ethical and sustainable sourcing of natural extracts from the traditional territories of indigenous peoples and local communities (ILCs) producers around the world. Currently, NRSC membership is made up of 20+ major international companies. In this event, the NRSC, in cooperation with the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Associacao Sociocultural Yawanawa, and Tribal Link Foundation will share experiences from the field and engage the audience in an open dialogue on the development of guidelines and the next steps forward.

Indigenous and Local Communities and the Private Sector

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-5 (Riocentro)

Sustainable Development: Do we need a green industrial policy?

17/06/2012

13:30:00 AM

T-3 (Riocentro)

Industrial policy has made a forceful comeback. The global economic and financial crisis demanded swift action by governments to support and restructure productive activities, and industry in particular, in order to protect employment. At the same time global challenges such as climate change cannot be addressed without decisive policy changes in industry-related incentives and regulations. The conditions are ripe for placing industrial policy at the core of the policy agenda for green growth and sustainable development. Industry produces large amounts of emissions and pollution while being a major source of employment and wages. Rio + 20 thus become a unique forum for suggesting global and national industrial policies that are green, inclusive and economically dynamic. The side-event will bring together the business sector, governments, academia and representatives of civil society. It will aim at discussing the fundamental sustainability choices and proposing guiding principles and best practices for industrial policy. The side event will present the SD21 project?s synthesis report for policy makers. The report draws upon a series of studies carried out under the project, in addition to recent major assessments. The SD21 studies approach sustainable development from various perspectives: (a) expert assessment of the progress made since 1992, including a review of Agenda 21 and the Rio principles; (b) critical analysis of global scenario exercises since 1992; (c) future vision of sustainable development, as suggested by ecological economics, compared to the ?green economy? and ?business-as-usual? views; (d) sectoral perspectives on challenges and potential ways forward. The project also includes a scenario component which analyzes sustainable development options based on the most recent scenarios prepared by key institutions for Rio+20. China?s spectacular economic growth in the last two decades has led to unprecedented environmental problems. Against this background, many youth environmental groups have sprung up across China, reflecting the aspirations of a green future by the next generation. In recent years, passionate Chinese youth are rising to the challenge and flocking to join the battle of creating a sustainable future. This side event, as part of the ?China Going Green? Dialogues, will review the history, successes and challenges of Chinese youth environmental activism. Speakers will articulate a youth perspective on China?s development and future. In order to contribute to the implementation of Agenda 21, Central African countries had taken relevant measures and institutional frameworks to promote sustainable development in Central Africa. The Summit of Rio+20 is an excellent opportunity for these countries to share their achievements and lessons learnt with the rest of the world. It is in this framework that, the Central African Forests Commission (COMIFAC) which is an Intergovernmental Organization established in 2000 by the Heads of State of Central African Countries (ten countries members: Burundi, Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Rwanda and Sao Tome & Principes) and the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) want to organize this side-event. This meeting will contribute to the achievement of the objectives of this Summit by the fact that, topics which will address have a linkage with the thematic of Rio+20. Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD) actively collaborates with Ocean in Google Earth as the institution?s local partner in the Dominican Republic to provide and create content for ?Explore the Ocean?, a GFDD educational initiative, and one that will be highlighted at a special side panel to be held at the Rio + 20 Conference. Ocean in Google Earth collects local stories and locally-based knowledge from people who care about the ocean environment worldwide. These stories are related to six key areas: ecosystems, marine life, ocean and atmosphere, science and exploration, marine protected areas and human connections. GFDD and Ocean in Google Earth have teamed up to create a geo-referenced layer on Google Earth named Mission Blue. Mission Blue is built using a multimedia format including video footage, pictures, local music and the presentation of short stories in Spanish highlighting scientific studies, creating awareness of marine and coastal ecosystems and highlighting best practices as well as documenting the challenges & opportunities that lie ahead for the oceans. c'est un sminaire d?change et d'information sur le Lac Tchad A lack of resources hampers poor countries? ability to develop sustainably. Indeed insufficient financial resources are a major reason for the gaps in implementing the agreed sustainable development commitments and action programmes since the 1992 Rio Summit on Environment and Development. Tax revenues can provide governments with the sustainable and predictable resources they need. However the ability of governments to collect tax revenues is systematically undermined by a lack of capacity in tax authorities, poor tax systems and financial secrecy. This side event will explore how the obstacles to mobilising tax revenues could be overcome in the interests of sustainable development globally, particularly in developing countries.

Launch of report "Sustainable development for the 21st Century"

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

P3-E (Riocentro)

China Going Green? Youth Environmental Actions Rising to the Challenges

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-8 (Riocentro)

Achievements of Central Africa for the implementation of Agenda 21

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

Auditorium 2 (Barra Arena)

Oceans In Google Earth as an Environmental Educational Tool- the Dominican Perspective

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-9 (Riocentro)

Seminaire d'echange et d'information sur le Lac Tchad

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Tax justice: key to sustainable development?

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-6 (Riocentro)

Dialogue of Chinese, European and South American Civil Society Rio+20

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-11 (Riocentro)

There are many converging processes contributing to the preparation of the conference, the commitment of civil society is one of those. For over a year, civil society organizations in China, Europe and South America have been preparing for this world event and are expected to make contributions to Rio+20 from their perspectives. We are well aware, perhaps more than ever, that the interdependencies at a global level are irreversible, and world governance and the institutional framework for sustainable development cannot work without regional and global consensus and joint actions. In this sense, Association 4D and CEF are willing to organize during Rio+20 Conference a side event ?Jointly Heading for the Future We Want, calling on a Tripartite Dialogue of Chinese, European and South American Civil Societies in Rio+20?. This workshop will focus on the perspectives of Voices from the South on how addressing population dynamics at national and community levels in ways that respect and protect human rights can make a significant contribution to sustainable development. Focused on the intersection between the ?social? and ?environmental? dimensions of sustainable development, this workshop will bring together global and local perspectives on how population dynamics, including growth, urbanization, migration etc affect sustainable development priorities, including the green economy, climate change, environmental degradation, poverty alleviation and gender equality. Presentations will focus on how the provision of voluntary family planning services that respect and protect rights can be combined with environmental approaches to meet a range of sustainable development needs defined at community level that have global potential and impact. The side event aims to trace, compile and highlight the role and contribution of exceptional women leaders , in the local, national and global scene to empower women to gain equality with men, enjoy human rights, and move towards a sustainable present and future for all, within the timeframe of the first United Nations Conference on the Human Environment(UNCHE) in Stockholm, Sweden in 1972 to the coming United Nations Conference on the Environment , Rio+20 in June 2012. The Canadian Earth Summit Coalition has been the focal point for Canadian civil society in the leadup to Rio+20. The side event is an opportunity for the Coalition to present highlights of its We Canada initiative ? an ambitious public engagement and policy development strategy. During the event, we will: release a comprehensive report detailing priorities of over 7,000 Canadians from public dialogues; detail the successes and lessons learned from an extensive cross-Canada tour; preview a short ?Rio+20 cut? of a documentary of the We Canada journey, including interviews with young Canadians; and, discuss the process of developing and proposing policy initiatives. We Canada Champion and sustainability advocate Severn Cullis-Suzuki will provide a keynote address, and Coalition partners will weigh in on the importance of civil society leadership. In addition to highlighting policy possibilities, the event will be an opportunity to share best practices for cross-country public engagement and coalition-building. This session will focus on the need to strengthen and democratize the institutional framework for an emerging global system of sustainable development governance and an international rule of law. We will address the need to uplevel UNEP into an implementing and regulating agency and to transform the UN Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) into a Council with binding and enforceable coordinating powers. In cities around the world, grassroots recycling workers, visionary local leaders, and innovative practitioners are showing that zero waste is an achievable goal whose day has come. In contrast with the primitive idea of burning our garbage, recycling and composting create livelihoods, save money, and protect the environment and public health. These efforts go hand-in-hand with clean production, producer responsibility, and waste minimization programs for dangerous and hard-to-recycle materials. Together, these practical, bottom-up strategies also provide some of the best decentralized urban solutions for reducing climate pollution and conserving energy and natural resources. This event will feature leading-edge practitioners from Brazil, India, the United States, and several other countries where workers and environmentalists have come together to support truly sustainable approaches to waste and development. They will present their achievements along the road to zero waste, countervailing forces, and will describe lessons they have learned to share with other communities. In January 2011, The Nature Conservancy and The Dow Chemical Company announced a breakthrough collaboration?one that will help Dow and the business community recognize, value and incorporate nature into global business goals, decisions and strategies. The event will be about the contribution of the construction industry to sustainable development

Population, Rights and Sustainability: Voices from the Global South

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

P3-F (Riocentro)

Women Empowering Women: From Stockholm to Rio, following footprints & continuing the legacy of women's leadership in advancing sustainable development, gender equality, and human rights from local, national, to global

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-5 (Riocentro)

We Canada: A Journey for Canadian Leadership at Rio+20

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

UN2 (Barra Arena)

Creating a More Effective System of Environmental and Sustainable Development Governance

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-10 (Riocentro)

Zero Waste is Happening! Successes & struggles for real sustainability

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-3 (Riocentro)

Valuing Ecosystem Services Sustainable Construction

17/06/2012 17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM 15:30:00 AM

T-4 (Riocentro) P3-A (Riocentro)

Institutional and Strategic Frameworks for Sustainable Development in Africa: Integrating the three Pillars of Sustainable Development

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

P3-B (Riocentro)

Effective and well-coordinated institutions and strategies are essential in achieving a balanced integration of economic, social and environmental interests, central to accelerating progress towards sustainable development. As such, it is pertinent that Africa is adequately prepared to articulate its vision for a reformed global institutional framework that could ensure effective linkages and synergies, while at the same time supporting institutions at the regional, sub-regional, national and local levels to effectively implement sustainable development commitments. This side event will provide Africa and its partners a platform to deliberate on institutional frameworks at the regional, subregional, national and local levels that are responsive to the requirements of sustainable development, as well as on the model of global level institutional architecture that could support such institutions and their strategies. It will also serve as a launching platform for further consultations on the functioning and implementation of institutions and strategies in Africa after Rio+20. The side event will present the SD21 project?s synthesis report for policy makers. The report draws upon a series of studies carried out under the project, in addition to recent major assessments. The SD21 studies approach sustainable development from various perspectives: (a) expert assessment of the progress made since 1992, including a review of Agenda 21 and the Rio principles; (b) critical analysis of global scenario exercises since 1992; (c) future vision of sustainable development, as suggested by ecological economics, compared to the ?green economy? and ?business-as-usual? views; (d) sectoral perspectives on challenges and potential ways forward. The project also includes a scenario component which analyzes sustainable development options based on the most recent scenarios prepared by key institutions for Rio+20. China?s spectacular economic growth in the last two decades has led to unprecedented environmental problems. Against this background, many youth environmental groups have sprung up across China, reflecting the aspirations of a green future by the next generation. In recent years, passionate Chinese youth are rising to the challenge and flocking to join the battle of creating a sustainable future. This side event, as part of the ?China Going Green? Dialogues, will review the history, successes and challenges of Chinese youth environmental activism. Speakers will articulate a youth perspective on China?s development and future. In order to contribute to the implementation of Agenda 21, Central African countries had taken relevant measures and institutional frameworks to promote sustainable development in Central Africa. The Summit of Rio+20 is an excellent opportunity for these countries to share their achievements and lessons learnt with the rest of the world. It is in this framework that, the Central African Forests Commission (COMIFAC) which is an Intergovernmental Organization established in 2000 by the Heads of State of Central African Countries (ten countries members: Burundi, Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Rwanda and Sao Tome & Principes) and the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) want to organize this side-event. This meeting will contribute to the achievement of the objectives of this Summit by the fact that, topics which will address have a linkage with the thematic of Rio+20. Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD) actively collaborates with Ocean in Google Earth as the institution?s local partner in the Dominican Republic to provide and create content for ?Explore the Ocean?, a GFDD educational initiative, and one that will be highlighted at a special side panel to be held at the Rio + 20 Conference. Ocean in Google Earth collects local stories and locally-based knowledge from people who care about the ocean environment worldwide. These stories are related to six key areas: ecosystems, marine life, ocean and atmosphere, science and exploration, marine protected areas and human connections. GFDD and Ocean in Google Earth have teamed up to create a geo-referenced layer on Google Earth named Mission Blue. Mission Blue is built using a multimedia format including video footage, pictures, local music and the presentation of short stories in Spanish highlighting scientific studies, creating awareness of marine and coastal ecosystems and highlighting best practices as well as documenting the challenges & opportunities that lie ahead for the oceans. c'est un sminaire d?change et d'information sur le Lac Tchad A lack of resources hampers poor countries? ability to develop sustainably. Indeed insufficient financial resources are a major reason for the gaps in implementing the agreed sustainable development commitments and action programmes since the 1992 Rio Summit on Environment and Development. Tax revenues can provide governments with the sustainable and predictable resources they need. However the ability of governments to collect tax revenues is systematically undermined by a lack of capacity in tax authorities, poor tax systems and financial secrecy. This side event will explore how the obstacles to mobilising tax revenues could be overcome in the interests of sustainable development globally, particularly in developing countries.

Launch of report "Sustainable development for the 21st Century"

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

P3-E (Riocentro)

China Going Green? Youth Environmental Actions Rising to the Challenges

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-8 (Riocentro)

Achievements of Central Africa for the implementation of Agenda 21

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

Auditorium 2 (Barra Arena)

Oceans In Google Earth as an Environmental Educational Tool- the Dominican Perspective

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-9 (Riocentro)

Seminaire d'echange et d'information sur le Lac Tchad

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Tax justice: key to sustainable development?

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-6 (Riocentro)

Dialogue of Chinese, European and South American Civil Society Rio+20

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-11 (Riocentro)

There are many converging processes contributing to the preparation of the conference, the commitment of civil society is one of those. For over a year, civil society organizations in China, Europe and South America have been preparing for this world event and are expected to make contributions to Rio+20 from their perspectives. We are well aware, perhaps more than ever, that the interdependencies at a global level are irreversible, and world governance and the institutional framework for sustainable development cannot work without regional and global consensus and joint actions. In this sense, Association 4D and CEF are willing to organize during Rio+20 Conference a side event ?Jointly Heading for the Future We Want, calling on a Tripartite Dialogue of Chinese, European and South American Civil Societies in Rio+20?. This workshop will focus on the perspectives of Voices from the South on how addressing population dynamics at national and community levels in ways that respect and protect human rights can make a significant contribution to sustainable development. Focused on the intersection between the ?social? and ?environmental? dimensions of sustainable development, this workshop will bring together global and local perspectives on how population dynamics, including growth, urbanization, migration etc affect sustainable development priorities, including the green economy, climate change, environmental degradation, poverty alleviation and gender equality. Presentations will focus on how the provision of voluntary family planning services that respect and protect rights can be combined with environmental approaches to meet a range of sustainable development needs defined at community level that have global potential and impact. The side event aims to trace, compile and highlight the role and contribution of exceptional women leaders , in the local, national and global scene to empower women to gain equality with men, enjoy human rights, and move towards a sustainable present and future for all, within the timeframe of the first United Nations Conference on the Human Environment(UNCHE) in Stockholm, Sweden in 1972 to the coming United Nations Conference on the Environment , Rio+20 in June 2012. The Canadian Earth Summit Coalition has been the focal point for Canadian civil society in the leadup to Rio+20. The side event is an opportunity for the Coalition to present highlights of its We Canada initiative ? an ambitious public engagement and policy development strategy. During the event, we will: release a comprehensive report detailing priorities of over 7,000 Canadians from public dialogues; detail the successes and lessons learned from an extensive cross-Canada tour; preview a short ?Rio+20 cut? of a documentary of the We Canada journey, including interviews with young Canadians; and, discuss the process of developing and proposing policy initiatives. We Canada Champion and sustainability advocate Severn Cullis-Suzuki will provide a keynote address, and Coalition partners will weigh in on the importance of civil society leadership. In addition to highlighting policy possibilities, the event will be an opportunity to share best practices for cross-country public engagement and coalition-building. This session will focus on the need to strengthen and democratize the institutional framework for an emerging global system of sustainable development governance and an international rule of law. We will address the need to uplevel UNEP into an implementing and regulating agency and to transform the UN Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) into a Council with binding and enforceable coordinating powers. In cities around the world, grassroots recycling workers, visionary local leaders, and innovative practitioners are showing that zero waste is an achievable goal whose day has come. In contrast with the primitive idea of burning our garbage, recycling and composting create livelihoods, save money, and protect the environment and public health. These efforts go hand-in-hand with clean production, producer responsibility, and waste minimization programs for dangerous and hard-to-recycle materials. Together, these practical, bottom-up strategies also provide some of the best decentralized urban solutions for reducing climate pollution and conserving energy and natural resources. This event will feature leading-edge practitioners from Brazil, India, the United States, and several other countries where workers and environmentalists have come together to support truly sustainable approaches to waste and development. They will present their achievements along the road to zero waste, countervailing forces, and will describe lessons they have learned to share with other communities. In January 2011, The Nature Conservancy and The Dow Chemical Company announced a breakthrough collaboration?one that will help Dow and the business community recognize, value and incorporate nature into global business goals, decisions and strategies. The event will be about the contribution of the construction industry to sustainable development

Population, Rights and Sustainability: Voices from the Global South

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

P3-F (Riocentro)

Women Empowering Women: From Stockholm to Rio, following footprints & continuing the legacy of women's leadership in advancing sustainable development, gender equality, and human rights from local, national, to global

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-5 (Riocentro)

We Canada: A Journey for Canadian Leadership at Rio+20

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

UN2 (Barra Arena)

Creating a More Effective System of Environmental and Sustainable Development Governance

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-10 (Riocentro)

Zero Waste is Happening! Successes & struggles for real sustainability

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-3 (Riocentro)

Valuing Ecosystem Services Sustainable Construction

17/06/2012 17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM 15:30:00 AM

T-4 (Riocentro) P3-A (Riocentro)

Institutional and Strategic Frameworks for Sustainable Development in Africa: Integrating the three Pillars of Sustainable Development

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

P3-B (Riocentro)

Effective and well-coordinated institutions and strategies are essential in achieving a balanced integration of economic, social and environmental interests, central to accelerating progress towards sustainable development. As such, it is pertinent that Africa is adequately prepared to articulate its vision for a reformed global institutional framework that could ensure effective linkages and synergies, while at the same time supporting institutions at the regional, sub-regional, national and local levels to effectively implement sustainable development commitments. This side event will provide Africa and its partners a platform to deliberate on institutional frameworks at the regional, subregional, national and local levels that are responsive to the requirements of sustainable development, as well as on the model of global level institutional architecture that could support such institutions and their strategies. It will also serve as a launching platform for further consultations on the functioning and implementation of institutions and strategies in Africa after Rio+20. The side event will present the SD21 project?s synthesis report for policy makers. The report draws upon a series of studies carried out under the project, in addition to recent major assessments. The SD21 studies approach sustainable development from various perspectives: (a) expert assessment of the progress made since 1992, including a review of Agenda 21 and the Rio principles; (b) critical analysis of global scenario exercises since 1992; (c) future vision of sustainable development, as suggested by ecological economics, compared to the ?green economy? and ?business-as-usual? views; (d) sectoral perspectives on challenges and potential ways forward. The project also includes a scenario component which analyzes sustainable development options based on the most recent scenarios prepared by key institutions for Rio+20. China?s spectacular economic growth in the last two decades has led to unprecedented environmental problems. Against this background, many youth environmental groups have sprung up across China, reflecting the aspirations of a green future by the next generation. In recent years, passionate Chinese youth are rising to the challenge and flocking to join the battle of creating a sustainable future. This side event, as part of the ?China Going Green? Dialogues, will review the history, successes and challenges of Chinese youth environmental activism. Speakers will articulate a youth perspective on China?s development and future. In order to contribute to the implementation of Agenda 21, Central African countries had taken relevant measures and institutional frameworks to promote sustainable development in Central Africa. The Summit of Rio+20 is an excellent opportunity for these countries to share their achievements and lessons learnt with the rest of the world. It is in this framework that, the Central African Forests Commission (COMIFAC) which is an Intergovernmental Organization established in 2000 by the Heads of State of Central African Countries (ten countries members: Burundi, Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Rwanda and Sao Tome & Principes) and the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) want to organize this side-event. This meeting will contribute to the achievement of the objectives of this Summit by the fact that, topics which will address have a linkage with the thematic of Rio+20. Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD) actively collaborates with Ocean in Google Earth as the institution?s local partner in the Dominican Republic to provide and create content for ?Explore the Ocean?, a GFDD educational initiative, and one that will be highlighted at a special side panel to be held at the Rio + 20 Conference. Ocean in Google Earth collects local stories and locally-based knowledge from people who care about the ocean environment worldwide. These stories are related to six key areas: ecosystems, marine life, ocean and atmosphere, science and exploration, marine protected areas and human connections. GFDD and Ocean in Google Earth have teamed up to create a geo-referenced layer on Google Earth named Mission Blue. Mission Blue is built using a multimedia format including video footage, pictures, local music and the presentation of short stories in Spanish highlighting scientific studies, creating awareness of marine and coastal ecosystems and highlighting best practices as well as documenting the challenges & opportunities that lie ahead for the oceans. c'est un sminaire d?change et d'information sur le Lac Tchad A lack of resources hampers poor countries? ability to develop sustainably. Indeed insufficient financial resources are a major reason for the gaps in implementing the agreed sustainable development commitments and action programmes since the 1992 Rio Summit on Environment and Development. Tax revenues can provide governments with the sustainable and predictable resources they need. However the ability of governments to collect tax revenues is systematically undermined by a lack of capacity in tax authorities, poor tax systems and financial secrecy. This side event will explore how the obstacles to mobilising tax revenues could be overcome in the interests of sustainable development globally, particularly in developing countries.

Launch of report "Sustainable development for the 21st Century"

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

P3-E (Riocentro)

China Going Green? Youth Environmental Actions Rising to the Challenges

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-8 (Riocentro)

Achievements of Central Africa for the implementation of Agenda 21

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

Auditorium 2 (Barra Arena)

Oceans In Google Earth as an Environmental Educational Tool- the Dominican Perspective

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-9 (Riocentro)

Seminaire d'echange et d'information sur le Lac Tchad

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Tax justice: key to sustainable development?

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-6 (Riocentro)

Dialogue of Chinese, European and South American Civil Society Rio+20

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-11 (Riocentro)

There are many converging processes contributing to the preparation of the conference, the commitment of civil society is one of those. For over a year, civil society organizations in China, Europe and South America have been preparing for this world event and are expected to make contributions to Rio+20 from their perspectives. We are well aware, perhaps more than ever, that the interdependencies at a global level are irreversible, and world governance and the institutional framework for sustainable development cannot work without regional and global consensus and joint actions. In this sense, Association 4D and CEF are willing to organize during Rio+20 Conference a side event ?Jointly Heading for the Future We Want, calling on a Tripartite Dialogue of Chinese, European and South American Civil Societies in Rio+20?. This workshop will focus on the perspectives of Voices from the South on how addressing population dynamics at national and community levels in ways that respect and protect human rights can make a significant contribution to sustainable development. Focused on the intersection between the ?social? and ?environmental? dimensions of sustainable development, this workshop will bring together global and local perspectives on how population dynamics, including growth, urbanization, migration etc affect sustainable development priorities, including the green economy, climate change, environmental degradation, poverty alleviation and gender equality. Presentations will focus on how the provision of voluntary family planning services that respect and protect rights can be combined with environmental approaches to meet a range of sustainable development needs defined at community level that have global potential and impact. The side event aims to trace, compile and highlight the role and contribution of exceptional women leaders , in the local, national and global scene to empower women to gain equality with men, enjoy human rights, and move towards a sustainable present and future for all, within the timeframe of the first United Nations Conference on the Human Environment(UNCHE) in Stockholm, Sweden in 1972 to the coming United Nations Conference on the Environment , Rio+20 in June 2012. The Canadian Earth Summit Coalition has been the focal point for Canadian civil society in the leadup to Rio+20. The side event is an opportunity for the Coalition to present highlights of its We Canada initiative ? an ambitious public engagement and policy development strategy. During the event, we will: release a comprehensive report detailing priorities of over 7,000 Canadians from public dialogues; detail the successes and lessons learned from an extensive cross-Canada tour; preview a short ?Rio+20 cut? of a documentary of the We Canada journey, including interviews with young Canadians; and, discuss the process of developing and proposing policy initiatives. We Canada Champion and sustainability advocate Severn Cullis-Suzuki will provide a keynote address, and Coalition partners will weigh in on the importance of civil society leadership. In addition to highlighting policy possibilities, the event will be an opportunity to share best practices for cross-country public engagement and coalition-building. This session will focus on the need to strengthen and democratize the institutional framework for an emerging global system of sustainable development governance and an international rule of law. We will address the need to uplevel UNEP into an implementing and regulating agency and to transform the UN Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) into a Council with binding and enforceable coordinating powers. In cities around the world, grassroots recycling workers, visionary local leaders, and innovative practitioners are showing that zero waste is an achievable goal whose day has come. In contrast with the primitive idea of burning our garbage, recycling and composting create livelihoods, save money, and protect the environment and public health. These efforts go hand-in-hand with clean production, producer responsibility, and waste minimization programs for dangerous and hard-to-recycle materials. Together, these practical, bottom-up strategies also provide some of the best decentralized urban solutions for reducing climate pollution and conserving energy and natural resources. This event will feature leading-edge practitioners from Brazil, India, the United States, and several other countries where workers and environmentalists have come together to support truly sustainable approaches to waste and development. They will present their achievements along the road to zero waste, countervailing forces, and will describe lessons they have learned to share with other communities. In January 2011, The Nature Conservancy and The Dow Chemical Company announced a breakthrough collaboration?one that will help Dow and the business community recognize, value and incorporate nature into global business goals, decisions and strategies. The event will be about the contribution of the construction industry to sustainable development

Population, Rights and Sustainability: Voices from the Global South

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

P3-F (Riocentro)

Women Empowering Women: From Stockholm to Rio, following footprints & continuing the legacy of women's leadership in advancing sustainable development, gender equality, and human rights from local, national, to global

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-5 (Riocentro)

We Canada: A Journey for Canadian Leadership at Rio+20

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

UN2 (Barra Arena)

Creating a More Effective System of Environmental and Sustainable Development Governance

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-10 (Riocentro)

Zero Waste is Happening! Successes & struggles for real sustainability

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

T-3 (Riocentro)

Valuing Ecosystem Services Sustainable Construction

17/06/2012 17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM 15:30:00 AM

T-4 (Riocentro) P3-A (Riocentro)

Institutional and Strategic Frameworks for Sustainable Development in Africa: Integrating the three Pillars of Sustainable Development

17/06/2012

15:30:00 AM

P3-B (Riocentro)

Effective and well-coordinated institutions and strategies are essential in achieving a balanced integration of economic, social and environmental interests, central to accelerating progress towards sustainable development. As such, it is pertinent that Africa is adequately prepared to articulate its vision for a reformed global institutional framework that could ensure effective linkages and synergies, while at the same time supporting institutions at the regional, sub-regional, national and local levels to effectively implement sustainable development commitments. This side event will provide Africa and its partners a platform to deliberate on institutional frameworks at the regional, subregional, national and local levels that are responsive to the requirements of sustainable development, as well as on the model of global level institutional architecture that could support such institutions and their strategies. It will also serve as a launching platform for further consultations on the functioning and implementation of institutions and strategies in Africa after Rio+20. Women in many countries are disproportionally affected by climate change impacts with many women in developing countries hit the worst. They have different experiences, knowledge and capabilities from men which are instrumental for effective action on improving climate resilience, safeguarding forest stocks and reducing mitigation. In many cases, grassroots women in developing countries have taken action with community-based action, providing leadership, initiative and innovation. However, existing public financing instruments for climate change action very insufficiently are taking gender-differentiated impacts and contributions into account in allocating funding for projects and programs in developing countries to deal with climate change. Even where dedicated climate financing and climate-related development financing instrument display some gender-awareness, fund structures such as allocation frameworks or financial instruments used very rarely ensure that grassroots women, those at the forefront of the fight against climate change, are direct beneficiaries of dedicated public funding. Over recent decades, debate has been raging on the effectiveness of aid to achieve economic or development targets, with increasing focus on improving effectiveness of use, in particular in view of the current multiple crises. The potential result is a vicious cycle, i.e. the apparent lack of legitimacy that results from ineffective use of available resources may serve to reinforce the existing tendencies towards shrinking financing. This side event will serve as a platform for dialogue between African member States and their partners on: how resources can be mobilized for sustainable development ? both domestically and internationally ? with a particular emphasis on innovative sources of finance and leveraging resources from the private sector; and how national institutions can be assisted to effectively utilize these resources. The expectation is that active debate will lead to increased understanding of the options available for African countries, with regards to fostering the implementation of sustainable development commitments. A sustainable future requires major transformation in our current economic model. In a context of rising inequalities, unemployment, precarious work and irreversible environmental degradation, the labour movement is mobilised to promote an alternative model, where people and the planet are at the centre, and where a Just Transition is designed to accompany us all in the process of achieving it. Hear inspiring examples and share ideas about what trade unions and workers are doing to create more sustainable communities and how workers contribute to sustainable development. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) play a critical role to promote the integration of the three pillars of sustainable development. ICTs are the most inclusive infrastructure on the planet, with 90% of the world population connected to mobile services and over one third connected to the Internet. ICTs are a truly unique platform for progress that creates wealth, optimize the use of natural resources, enables a low carbon economy and give equitable access to basic public services, such as health care and education. ICTs play a pivotal role in monitoring, predicting and detecting natural disasters. Using these technologies to mitigate disasters contributes to saving human life, protecting infrastructure, and supporting economic activity leading to sustainable development. The side event ?ICTs, the foundation of our sustainable future? will look at specific ICT applications and services that have the capacity to contribute to the transition towards a green economy and to poverty alleviation.

Bringing Climate Finance to Grassroots Women - What does it take?

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

UN2 (Barra Arena)

FINANCING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-4 (Riocentro)

Another work is possible: a trade union contribution to Sustainable Development

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-2 (Riocentro)

ICTs, the foundation of our sustainable future

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Harnessing globalization for the green economy

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

P3-E (Riocentro)

Efforts to advance the green economy face tremendous challenges. They have to receive the sustained support from citizen and hence work within national economic systems to meet specific constraints and needs. They also have to be coordinated at global level to make the whole greater than the sum of its parts and increase the net benefits to ?turn green? for any country. Budding initiatives for greening the economy demonstrate that every green economy will be unique. They also suggest that their public policy content and the specific policy and measures used can turn conflicting in the current context of lingering crisis in some OECD countries and exacerbated power relations induced by fast convergence across developing and developed economies. How best harness globalization for the green economy is the issue at stake we intend to address in this side-event. Since 2008, FAS is responsible for implementing the largest Payment for Environmental Services (PES) program in the world, the Bolsa Floresta Program, in the State of Amazonas, Brazil. Within this context, FAS organized several initiatives on South-South cooperation with Mozambique (20092011), Panam (2010), Indonesia (2010) and Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Madagascar and Republic of Congo (2010-2011), with support from different institutions such as Idesam, World Bank, CIFOR, IIED, and many others. This event thus will present and discuss different initiatives on PES, Reducing GHG Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) and innovative institutional frameworks in Brazil and other forested countries, aiming at extracting lessons learned and identifying opportunities and bottlenecks, analysis and experience exchange, considering South-South cooperation initiatives. The event aims to explore the concept of Green Economy from a Central American perspective and contribute to the debate on what the implications of Green Economy could be for the Central American and Caribbean region, given its extreme environmental, social, political and economic vulnerability. This will be done through three short presentations and a short film giving concrete examples from Central America.

South-South Cooperation and Lessons Learned from Payment for Environme

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

P3-B (Riocentro)

Green Economy: an outlook from Central America and the Caribbean

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-10 (Riocentro) Topics to be explored include: ? Green Economy: is it based on assumptions or can such transition really be effective to produce the profound changes required to save life on the planet? ? If not, is Green Economy just a cosmetic change to maintain status quo? ? What type of governance would be necessary to avoid the latter? ? How could the democratic ownership of the Green Economy be increased? ? What is needed to avoid the indebtness of the states to nature and to its populations? L?Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), a contribu de faon substantielle aux ngociations et l?adoption de la Norme ISO 26000 portant Lignes directrices du Dveloppement durable publie en novembre 2010. Pour le dploiement de cette norme, l?OIF a labor et adopt une stratgie propre en vue du dveloppement d?un partenariat du type de 2 des Nations Unies. C?est ainsi que lors du Forum francophone prparatoire Rio+20, un atelier s?est tenu le 7 fvrier 2012 Lyon, en France, qui a permis de faire un tat des lieux dtaill des initiatives et des dveloppements en cours au plan international en matire de responsabilit socitale comme contribution des organisations au dveloppement durable, illustrs par des exemples de dploiement dans des pays francophones. Ceci a abouti l?adoption du Projet de Partenariat objet de l?vnement parallle envisag Rio. Johannesburg, 2002, IGD, with the support of UNITAR, has presented the Charter of essential services, which is the first step of a worldwide movement for the recognition of a right of access for all to basic services. The matter of access to basic services (water, sanitation, waste management, energy, transport, telecommunications, education, health, safety) is closely related to issues of sustainable development and poverty reduction. Indeed, these services are a prerequisite for a decent life and a healthy habitat, they condition the urban and economic development and they must be organized by preserving natural resources. If water and sanitation had been highlighted into the Millennium Development Goals and through the recognition of a right to water, strong efforts must be done for other services in a perspective of continuous improvement. Rio+20 is an opportunity to review both normative and operational point of view and to suggest some ways for the future in advancing the improvement of access to all services.

Partenariat contribution des organisations au DD: Apport d'ISO 26000

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

P3-A (Riocentro)

10 years of Essential Services Charter: review, case studies, outlook

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-3 (Riocentro)

Imagine All The People: Advancing a Planetary Movement

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-9 (Riocentro)

The planetary challenge is urgent and systemic. The world confronts twenty-first century perils hobbled by twentieth century mindsets and institutions, a dangerous gap that bodes ill. A just and sustainable civilization is still possible. We can forge a path to a different future: a world of lives enriched and nature resilient. A fragmented movement is incapable of systemic transformation. Civil society efforts are vital, but lack an overarching vision and strategy matched to the complexity of the historic task. A critical social actor is missing from the global stage. The transition awaits the awakening of a vast cultural and political movement engaged on all fronts in a supranational project of global citizenship. The global citizens movement will be adaptive and polycentric. The living movement will evolve as a dispersed ecology of associations, spawning centers of influence in every nation and community. ?World Youth in Action? is an opportunity to gather the efforts currently being done by and for the youth that will impact the future of young people around the world and its relationships with other segments of society. The event will be facilitated by a group of international youth (ages 18 ? 29) currently traveling on the Up with People program. These young people are advocating for the betterment of the world, not by just talking, but by doing. They travel, they perform, and they impact. The event will work as a forum for sharing ideas and experiences about best sustainable practices around the world that will contribute to the future we want. There will also be selected musical performances as a way to encourage the audience to engage in the topics being presented, while also providing a more enjoyable environment and a break from other discussions at Rio+20. Women in many countries are disproportionally affected by climate change impacts with many women in developing countries hit the worst. They have different experiences, knowledge and capabilities from men which are instrumental for effective action on improving climate resilience, safeguarding forest stocks and reducing mitigation. In many cases, grassroots women in developing countries have taken action with community-based action, providing leadership, initiative and innovation. However, existing public financing instruments for climate change action very insufficiently are taking gender-differentiated impacts and contributions into account in allocating funding for projects and programs in developing countries to deal with climate change. Even where dedicated climate financing and climate-related development financing instrument display some gender-awareness, fund structures such as allocation frameworks or financial instruments used very rarely ensure that grassroots women, those at the forefront of the fight against climate change, are direct beneficiaries of dedicated public funding. Over recent decades, debate has been raging on the effectiveness of aid to achieve economic or development targets, with increasing focus on improving effectiveness of use, in particular in view of the current multiple crises. The potential result is a vicious cycle, i.e. the apparent lack of legitimacy that results from ineffective use of available resources may serve to reinforce the existing tendencies towards shrinking financing. This side event will serve as a platform for dialogue between African member States and their partners on: how resources can be mobilized for sustainable development ? both domestically and internationally ? with a particular emphasis on innovative sources of finance and leveraging resources from the private sector; and how national institutions can be assisted to effectively utilize these resources. The expectation is that active debate will lead to increased understanding of the options available for African countries, with regards to fostering the implementation of sustainable development commitments. A sustainable future requires major transformation in our current economic model. In a context of rising inequalities, unemployment, precarious work and irreversible environmental degradation, the labour movement is mobilised to promote an alternative model, where people and the planet are at the centre, and where a Just Transition is designed to accompany us all in the process of achieving it. Hear inspiring examples and share ideas about what trade unions and workers are doing to create more sustainable communities and how workers contribute to sustainable development.

World Youth in Action

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-8 (Riocentro)

Bringing Climate Finance to Grassroots Women - What does it take?

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

UN2 (Barra Arena)

FINANCING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-4 (Riocentro)

Another work is possible: a trade union contribution to Sustainable Development

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-2 (Riocentro)

ICTs, the foundation of our sustainable future

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Information and communication technologies (ICTs) play a critical role to promote the integration of the three pillars of sustainable development. ICTs are the most inclusive infrastructure on the planet, with 90% of the world population connected to mobile services and over one third connected to the Internet. ICTs are a truly unique platform for progress that creates wealth, optimize the use of natural resources, enables a low carbon economy and give equitable access to basic public services, such as health care and education. ICTs play a pivotal role in monitoring, predicting and detecting natural disasters. Using these technologies to mitigate disasters contributes to saving human life, protecting infrastructure, and supporting economic activity leading to sustainable development. The side event ?ICTs, the foundation of our sustainable future? will look at specific ICT applications and services that have the capacity to contribute to the transition towards a green economy and to poverty alleviation. Efforts to advance the green economy face tremendous challenges. They have to receive the sustained support from citizen and hence work within national economic systems to meet specific constraints and needs. They also have to be coordinated at global level to make the whole greater than the sum of its parts and increase the net benefits to ?turn green? for any country. Budding initiatives for greening the economy demonstrate that every green economy will be unique. They also suggest that their public policy content and the specific policy and measures used can turn conflicting in the current context of lingering crisis in some OECD countries and exacerbated power relations induced by fast convergence across developing and developed economies. How best harness globalization for the green economy is the issue at stake we intend to address in this side-event. Since 2008, FAS is responsible for implementing the largest Payment for Environmental Services (PES) program in the world, the Bolsa Floresta Program, in the State of Amazonas, Brazil. Within this context, FAS organized several initiatives on South-South cooperation with Mozambique (20092011), Panam (2010), Indonesia (2010) and Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Madagascar and Republic of Congo (2010-2011), with support from different institutions such as Idesam, World Bank, CIFOR, IIED, and many others. This event thus will present and discuss different initiatives on PES, Reducing GHG Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) and innovative institutional frameworks in Brazil and other forested countries, aiming at extracting lessons learned and identifying opportunities and bottlenecks, analysis and experience exchange, considering South-South cooperation initiatives. The event aims to explore the concept of Green Economy from a Central American perspective and contribute to the debate on what the implications of Green Economy could be for the Central American and Caribbean region, given its extreme environmental, social, political and economic vulnerability. This will be done through three short presentations and a short film giving concrete examples from Central America.

Harnessing globalization for the green economy

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

P3-E (Riocentro)

South-South Cooperation and Lessons Learned from Payment for Environme

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

P3-B (Riocentro)

Green Economy: an outlook from Central America and the Caribbean

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-10 (Riocentro) Topics to be explored include: ? Green Economy: is it based on assumptions or can such transition really be effective to produce the profound changes required to save life on the planet? ? If not, is Green Economy just a cosmetic change to maintain status quo? ? What type of governance would be necessary to avoid the latter? ? How could the democratic ownership of the Green Economy be increased? ? What is needed to avoid the indebtness of the states to nature and to its populations? L?Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), a contribu de faon substantielle aux ngociations et l?adoption de la Norme ISO 26000 portant Lignes directrices du Dveloppement durable publie en novembre 2010. Pour le dploiement de cette norme, l?OIF a labor et adopt une stratgie propre en vue du dveloppement d?un partenariat du type de 2 des Nations Unies. C?est ainsi que lors du Forum francophone prparatoire Rio+20, un atelier s?est tenu le 7 fvrier 2012 Lyon, en France, qui a permis de faire un tat des lieux dtaill des initiatives et des dveloppements en cours au plan international en matire de responsabilit socitale comme contribution des organisations au dveloppement durable, illustrs par des exemples de dploiement dans des pays francophones. Ceci a abouti l?adoption du Projet de Partenariat objet de l?vnement parallle envisag Rio.

Partenariat contribution des organisations au DD: Apport d'ISO 26000

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

P3-A (Riocentro)

10 years of Essential Services Charter: review, case studies, outlook

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-3 (Riocentro)

Imagine All The People: Advancing a Planetary Movement

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-9 (Riocentro)

Johannesburg, 2002, IGD, with the support of UNITAR, has presented the Charter of essential services, which is the first step of a worldwide movement for the recognition of a right of access for all to basic services. The matter of access to basic services (water, sanitation, waste management, energy, transport, telecommunications, education, health, safety) is closely related to issues of sustainable development and poverty reduction. Indeed, these services are a prerequisite for a decent life and a healthy habitat, they condition the urban and economic development and they must be organized by preserving natural resources. If water and sanitation had been highlighted into the Millennium Development Goals and through the recognition of a right to water, strong efforts must be done for other services in a perspective of continuous improvement. Rio+20 is an opportunity to review both normative and operational point of view and to suggest some ways for the future in advancing the improvement of access to all services. The planetary challenge is urgent and systemic. The world confronts twenty-first century perils hobbled by twentieth century mindsets and institutions, a dangerous gap that bodes ill. A just and sustainable civilization is still possible. We can forge a path to a different future: a world of lives enriched and nature resilient. A fragmented movement is incapable of systemic transformation. Civil society efforts are vital, but lack an overarching vision and strategy matched to the complexity of the historic task. A critical social actor is missing from the global stage. The transition awaits the awakening of a vast cultural and political movement engaged on all fronts in a supranational project of global citizenship. The global citizens movement will be adaptive and polycentric. The living movement will evolve as a dispersed ecology of associations, spawning centers of influence in every nation and community. ?World Youth in Action? is an opportunity to gather the efforts currently being done by and for the youth that will impact the future of young people around the world and its relationships with other segments of society. The event will be facilitated by a group of international youth (ages 18 ? 29) currently traveling on the Up with People program. These young people are advocating for the betterment of the world, not by just talking, but by doing. They travel, they perform, and they impact. The event will work as a forum for sharing ideas and experiences about best sustainable practices around the world that will contribute to the future we want. There will also be selected musical performances as a way to encourage the audience to engage in the topics being presented, while also providing a more enjoyable environment and a break from other discussions at Rio+20. Women in many countries are disproportionally affected by climate change impacts with many women in developing countries hit the worst. They have different experiences, knowledge and capabilities from men which are instrumental for effective action on improving climate resilience, safeguarding forest stocks and reducing mitigation. In many cases, grassroots women in developing countries have taken action with community-based action, providing leadership, initiative and innovation. However, existing public financing instruments for climate change action very insufficiently are taking gender-differentiated impacts and contributions into account in allocating funding for projects and programs in developing countries to deal with climate change. Even where dedicated climate financing and climate-related development financing instrument display some gender-awareness, fund structures such as allocation frameworks or financial instruments used very rarely ensure that grassroots women, those at the forefront of the fight against climate change, are direct beneficiaries of dedicated public funding. Over recent decades, debate has been raging on the effectiveness of aid to achieve economic or development targets, with increasing focus on improving effectiveness of use, in particular in view of the current multiple crises. The potential result is a vicious cycle, i.e. the apparent lack of legitimacy that results from ineffective use of available resources may serve to reinforce the existing tendencies towards shrinking financing. This side event will serve as a platform for dialogue between African member States and their partners on: how resources can be mobilized for sustainable development ? both domestically and internationally ? with a particular emphasis on innovative sources of finance and leveraging resources from the private sector; and how national institutions can be assisted to effectively utilize these resources. The expectation is that active debate will lead to increased understanding of the options available for African countries, with regards to fostering the implementation of sustainable development commitments.

World Youth in Action

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-8 (Riocentro)

Bringing Climate Finance to Grassroots Women - What does it take?

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

UN2 (Barra Arena)

FINANCING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-4 (Riocentro)

Another work is possible: a trade union contribution to Sustainable Development

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-2 (Riocentro)

A sustainable future requires major transformation in our current economic model. In a context of rising inequalities, unemployment, precarious work and irreversible environmental degradation, the labour movement is mobilised to promote an alternative model, where people and the planet are at the centre, and where a Just Transition is designed to accompany us all in the process of achieving it. Hear inspiring examples and share ideas about what trade unions and workers are doing to create more sustainable communities and how workers contribute to sustainable development. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) play a critical role to promote the integration of the three pillars of sustainable development. ICTs are the most inclusive infrastructure on the planet, with 90% of the world population connected to mobile services and over one third connected to the Internet. ICTs are a truly unique platform for progress that creates wealth, optimize the use of natural resources, enables a low carbon economy and give equitable access to basic public services, such as health care and education. ICTs play a pivotal role in monitoring, predicting and detecting natural disasters. Using these technologies to mitigate disasters contributes to saving human life, protecting infrastructure, and supporting economic activity leading to sustainable development. The side event ?ICTs, the foundation of our sustainable future? will look at specific ICT applications and services that have the capacity to contribute to the transition towards a green economy and to poverty alleviation. Efforts to advance the green economy face tremendous challenges. They have to receive the sustained support from citizen and hence work within national economic systems to meet specific constraints and needs. They also have to be coordinated at global level to make the whole greater than the sum of its parts and increase the net benefits to ?turn green? for any country. Budding initiatives for greening the economy demonstrate that every green economy will be unique. They also suggest that their public policy content and the specific policy and measures used can turn conflicting in the current context of lingering crisis in some OECD countries and exacerbated power relations induced by fast convergence across developing and developed economies. How best harness globalization for the green economy is the issue at stake we intend to address in this side-event. Since 2008, FAS is responsible for implementing the largest Payment for Environmental Services (PES) program in the world, the Bolsa Floresta Program, in the State of Amazonas, Brazil. Within this context, FAS organized several initiatives on South-South cooperation with Mozambique (20092011), Panam (2010), Indonesia (2010) and Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Madagascar and Republic of Congo (2010-2011), with support from different institutions such as Idesam, World Bank, CIFOR, IIED, and many others. This event thus will present and discuss different initiatives on PES, Reducing GHG Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) and innovative institutional frameworks in Brazil and other forested countries, aiming at extracting lessons learned and identifying opportunities and bottlenecks, analysis and experience exchange, considering South-South cooperation initiatives. The event aims to explore the concept of Green Economy from a Central American perspective and contribute to the debate on what the implications of Green Economy could be for the Central American and Caribbean region, given its extreme environmental, social, political and economic vulnerability. This will be done through three short presentations and a short film giving concrete examples from Central America.

ICTs, the foundation of our sustainable future

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Harnessing globalization for the green economy

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

P3-E (Riocentro)

South-South Cooperation and Lessons Learned from Payment for Environme

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

P3-B (Riocentro)

Green Economy: an outlook from Central America and the Caribbean

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-10 (Riocentro) Topics to be explored include: ? Green Economy: is it based on assumptions or can such transition really be effective to produce the profound changes required to save life on the planet? ? If not, is Green Economy just a cosmetic change to maintain status quo? ? What type of governance would be necessary to avoid the latter? ? How could the democratic ownership of the Green Economy be increased? ? What is needed to avoid the indebtness of the states to nature and to its populations?

Partenariat contribution des organisations au DD: Apport d'ISO 26000

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

P3-A (Riocentro)

10 years of Essential Services Charter: review, case studies, outlook

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-3 (Riocentro)

Imagine All The People: Advancing a Planetary Movement

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-9 (Riocentro)

L?Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), a contribu de faon substantielle aux ngociations et l?adoption de la Norme ISO 26000 portant Lignes directrices du Dveloppement durable publie en novembre 2010. Pour le dploiement de cette norme, l?OIF a labor et adopt une stratgie propre en vue du dveloppement d?un partenariat du type de 2 des Nations Unies. C?est ainsi que lors du Forum francophone prparatoire Rio+20, un atelier s?est tenu le 7 fvrier 2012 Lyon, en France, qui a permis de faire un tat des lieux dtaill des initiatives et des dveloppements en cours au plan international en matire de responsabilit socitale comme contribution des organisations au dveloppement durable, illustrs par des exemples de dploiement dans des pays francophones. Ceci a abouti l?adoption du Projet de Partenariat objet de l?vnement parallle envisag Rio. Johannesburg, 2002, IGD, with the support of UNITAR, has presented the Charter of essential services, which is the first step of a worldwide movement for the recognition of a right of access for all to basic services. The matter of access to basic services (water, sanitation, waste management, energy, transport, telecommunications, education, health, safety) is closely related to issues of sustainable development and poverty reduction. Indeed, these services are a prerequisite for a decent life and a healthy habitat, they condition the urban and economic development and they must be organized by preserving natural resources. If water and sanitation had been highlighted into the Millennium Development Goals and through the recognition of a right to water, strong efforts must be done for other services in a perspective of continuous improvement. Rio+20 is an opportunity to review both normative and operational point of view and to suggest some ways for the future in advancing the improvement of access to all services. The planetary challenge is urgent and systemic. The world confronts twenty-first century perils hobbled by twentieth century mindsets and institutions, a dangerous gap that bodes ill. A just and sustainable civilization is still possible. We can forge a path to a different future: a world of lives enriched and nature resilient. A fragmented movement is incapable of systemic transformation. Civil society efforts are vital, but lack an overarching vision and strategy matched to the complexity of the historic task. A critical social actor is missing from the global stage. The transition awaits the awakening of a vast cultural and political movement engaged on all fronts in a supranational project of global citizenship. The global citizens movement will be adaptive and polycentric. The living movement will evolve as a dispersed ecology of associations, spawning centers of influence in every nation and community. ?World Youth in Action? is an opportunity to gather the efforts currently being done by and for the youth that will impact the future of young people around the world and its relationships with other segments of society. The event will be facilitated by a group of international youth (ages 18 ? 29) currently traveling on the Up with People program. These young people are advocating for the betterment of the world, not by just talking, but by doing. They travel, they perform, and they impact. The event will work as a forum for sharing ideas and experiences about best sustainable practices around the world that will contribute to the future we want. There will also be selected musical performances as a way to encourage the audience to engage in the topics being presented, while also providing a more enjoyable environment and a break from other discussions at Rio+20. Shweta Marandi ( http://www.unep.org/tunza/children/inner.asp?ct=actions&ac=bulletin_board&bd=hero_profile&hr=shw eta) started a campaign for the frugal use of electricity.Today she has the support of over 10,000 students to save 100 Watt/hour of electricity a day. And the campaign is spreading. UNEP made Shweta Hero of the month for her successful campaign. She or her companions would present a demonstration of the campaign as a side event Every year, consumers spend billions of dollars on products with environmental and social certifications. What impact do these labels have? The Committee on Sustainability Assessment (COSA) will unveil the results of six years of research on sustainability initiatives. The presentation will be followed by an expert panel discussion on how innovative policy makers, foundations and private companies are using certification and other approaches to create a green economy. The panel discussion will be held in English only. Why do rural women lag behind on the Millennium Development Goals? How can these challenges be addressed? Discuss the concrete actions that are working in the field and help identify the gaps that are needed to secure a better future for rural women

World Youth in Action

17/06/2012

17:30:00 AM

T-8 (Riocentro)

Demonstration of Save One Megawatt Power a Day

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

T-9 (Riocentro)

Certified Green - The Role and Impacts of Certification in the Green Economy

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

T-8 (Riocentro)

Empowering Rural Women

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

P3-1 (Riocentro)

Plan Nord is a sustainable development initiative covering the 1.2 million square kilometer northern boreal region of Quebec ? a nearly pristine area twice the size of France. The area is home to a significant portion of the Canadian Boreal, the largest intact forest ecosystem on Earth, and the world?s largest storehouse of carbon. Quebec's Plan Nord: Towards a New Global Model for Sustainable Develop Through the Plan Nord, Quebec has brought together businesses, scientists, conservationists, aboriginal leaders and local communities to find the best ways to balance economic development with conservation, including protecting 50% of the north from all industrial activity, through an innovative ecological planning process. The commitments of the Plan Nord to integrate economic development with conservation biology and sustainable development on a landscape scale, in a manner that respects the culture and rights of aboriginal people, have the potential to form the basis for a new global model for sustainable development. The debate on the Green Economy leads to an objective discussion of relevant aspects of present development pathways. The thinking on this concept aims to look at its relevance as an instrument to the transition of socio-technical systems and the transformation of consumption and production patterns. This should provide, at the same time, environment protection and ecosystem services valuation, inequalities reduction and social inclusion, together with the redesign and stimulation of the international economy in a context of structural crisis. The event is an open discussion on the role the Commonwealth Environment Task Force Meeting plays in the UNEP?s Governing Council and to push for a ??Blue Economy and Ocean Governance?? as possible outcome for Rio+20. Speakers and participants will explore together the role young people from the intergovernmental organization plays to ensure the survival of their nations and especially the small islands states which face sea-level raise in case of melting glaciers and ice caps. The discussion will also showcase best practices from youth of these nations working together to make the Green Economy a reality in order to support the idea of a possible ??Blue Economy?? for the Commonwealth nations. The event will then serve as an avenue for the official launching of a practical toolkit developed by the Commonwealth Youth Climate and Sustainable Development Network which was created by the Commonwealth Secretariat and involves several youth NGOs. New initiative in the field of education on sustainable development. This would be achieved by mobilizing innovative ideas and suggestions from students from different parts of the world using an ICT platform (global web platform to register new students? ideas. Novelty: use an internet platform for collecting innovative ideas on sustainable development from students from around the world on the global portal and share (for free) with all interested parties. Shweta Marandi ( http://www.unep.org/tunza/children/inner.asp?ct=actions&ac=bulletin_board&bd=hero_profile&hr=shw eta) started a campaign for the frugal use of electricity.Today she has the support of over 10,000 students to save 100 Watt/hour of electricity a day. And the campaign is spreading. UNEP made Shweta Hero of the month for her successful campaign. She or her companions would present a demonstration of the campaign as a side event Every year, consumers spend billions of dollars on products with environmental and social certifications. What impact do these labels have? The Committee on Sustainability Assessment (COSA) will unveil the results of six years of research on sustainability initiatives. The presentation will be followed by an expert panel discussion on how innovative policy makers, foundations and private companies are using certification and other approaches to create a green economy. The panel discussion will be held in English only. Why do rural women lag behind on the Millennium Development Goals? How can these challenges be addressed? Discuss the concrete actions that are working in the field and help identify the gaps that are needed to secure a better future for rural women

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

T-10 (Riocentro)

GREEN ECONOMY

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

P3-2 (Riocentro)

Achieving a sustainable future in Rio: what can do a "Blue Economy"?

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

T-3 (Riocentro)

Rio+20: Building "Green Bridge" through Generations

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

T-5 (Riocentro)

Demonstration of Save One Megawatt Power a Day

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

T-9 (Riocentro)

Certified Green - The Role and Impacts of Certification in the Green Economy

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

T-8 (Riocentro)

Empowering Rural Women

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

P3-1 (Riocentro)

Plan Nord is a sustainable development initiative covering the 1.2 million square kilometer northern boreal region of Quebec ? a nearly pristine area twice the size of France. The area is home to a significant portion of the Canadian Boreal, the largest intact forest ecosystem on Earth, and the world?s largest storehouse of carbon. Quebec's Plan Nord: Towards a New Global Model for Sustainable Develop Through the Plan Nord, Quebec has brought together businesses, scientists, conservationists, aboriginal leaders and local communities to find the best ways to balance economic development with conservation, including protecting 50% of the north from all industrial activity, through an innovative ecological planning process. The commitments of the Plan Nord to integrate economic development with conservation biology and sustainable development on a landscape scale, in a manner that respects the culture and rights of aboriginal people, have the potential to form the basis for a new global model for sustainable development. The debate on the Green Economy leads to an objective discussion of relevant aspects of present development pathways. The thinking on this concept aims to look at its relevance as an instrument to the transition of socio-technical systems and the transformation of consumption and production patterns. This should provide, at the same time, environment protection and ecosystem services valuation, inequalities reduction and social inclusion, together with the redesign and stimulation of the international economy in a context of structural crisis. The event is an open discussion on the role the Commonwealth Environment Task Force Meeting plays in the UNEP?s Governing Council and to push for a ??Blue Economy and Ocean Governance?? as possible outcome for Rio+20. Speakers and participants will explore together the role young people from the intergovernmental organization plays to ensure the survival of their nations and especially the small islands states which face sea-level raise in case of melting glaciers and ice caps. The discussion will also showcase best practices from youth of these nations working together to make the Green Economy a reality in order to support the idea of a possible ??Blue Economy?? for the Commonwealth nations. The event will then serve as an avenue for the official launching of a practical toolkit developed by the Commonwealth Youth Climate and Sustainable Development Network which was created by the Commonwealth Secretariat and involves several youth NGOs. Shweta Marandi ( http://www.unep.org/tunza/children/inner.asp?ct=actions&ac=bulletin_board&bd=hero_profile&hr=shw eta) started a campaign for the frugal use of electricity.Today she has the support of over 10,000 students to save 100 Watt/hour of electricity a day. And the campaign is spreading. UNEP made Shweta Hero of the month for her successful campaign. She or her companions would present a demonstration of the campaign as a side event Every year, consumers spend billions of dollars on products with environmental and social certifications. What impact do these labels have? The Committee on Sustainability Assessment (COSA) will unveil the results of six years of research on sustainability initiatives. The presentation will be followed by an expert panel discussion on how innovative policy makers, foundations and private companies are using certification and other approaches to create a green economy. The panel discussion will be held in English only. Why do rural women lag behind on the Millennium Development Goals? How can these challenges be addressed? Discuss the concrete actions that are working in the field and help identify the gaps that are needed to secure a better future for rural women Plan Nord is a sustainable development initiative covering the 1.2 million square kilometer northern boreal region of Quebec ? a nearly pristine area twice the size of France. The area is home to a significant portion of the Canadian Boreal, the largest intact forest ecosystem on Earth, and the world?s largest storehouse of carbon. Quebec's Plan Nord: Towards a New Global Model for Sustainable Develop Through the Plan Nord, Quebec has brought together businesses, scientists, conservationists, aboriginal leaders and local communities to find the best ways to balance economic development with conservation, including protecting 50% of the north from all industrial activity, through an innovative ecological planning process. The commitments of the Plan Nord to integrate economic development with conservation biology and sustainable development on a landscape scale, in a manner that respects the culture and rights of aboriginal people, have the potential to form the basis for a new global model for sustainable development.

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

T-10 (Riocentro)

GREEN ECONOMY

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

P3-2 (Riocentro)

Achieving a sustainable future in Rio: what can do a "Blue Economy"?

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

T-3 (Riocentro)

Demonstration of Save One Megawatt Power a Day

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

T-9 (Riocentro)

Certified Green - The Role and Impacts of Certification in the Green Economy

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

T-8 (Riocentro)

Empowering Rural Women

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

P3-1 (Riocentro)

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

T-10 (Riocentro)

GREEN ECONOMY

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

P3-2 (Riocentro)

The debate on the Green Economy leads to an objective discussion of relevant aspects of present development pathways. The thinking on this concept aims to look at its relevance as an instrument to the transition of socio-technical systems and the transformation of consumption and production patterns. This should provide, at the same time, environment protection and ecosystem services valuation, inequalities reduction and social inclusion, together with the redesign and stimulation of the international economy in a context of structural crisis. The event is an open discussion on the role the Commonwealth Environment Task Force Meeting plays in the UNEP?s Governing Council and to push for a ??Blue Economy and Ocean Governance?? as possible outcome for Rio+20. Speakers and participants will explore together the role young people from the intergovernmental organization plays to ensure the survival of their nations and especially the small islands states which face sea-level raise in case of melting glaciers and ice caps. The discussion will also showcase best practices from youth of these nations working together to make the Green Economy a reality in order to support the idea of a possible ??Blue Economy?? for the Commonwealth nations. The event will then serve as an avenue for the official launching of a practical toolkit developed by the Commonwealth Youth Climate and Sustainable Development Network which was created by the Commonwealth Secretariat and involves several youth NGOs. New initiative in the field of education on sustainable development. This would be achieved by mobilizing innovative ideas and suggestions from students from different parts of the world using an ICT platform (global web platform to register new students? ideas. Novelty: use an internet platform for collecting innovative ideas on sustainable development from students from around the world on the global portal and share (for free) with all interested parties. Organizado pelo Programa das Naes Unidas para o Meio Ambiente (PNUMA), este evento vai reunir chefes do Judicirio e magistrados de alto nvel, Advogados-gerais e procuradores envolvidos na interpretao e aplicao da lei, bem como Auditores-gerais, cujo trabalho incidir sobre a governana e a responsabilizao em questes sobre o papel da lei na promoo dos objetivos do desenvolvimento sustentvel. Por meio de palestras e interao com o pblico, apresentar e promover amplo debate acerca da importncia das normas internacionais desenvolvidas pela ISO como contribuio para a economia verde no contexto do desenvolvimento sustentvel. Apresentao do vdeo institucional do Projeto Guri; apresentao sobre Projeto Guri, misso, valores, mtodo de ensino, nmeros e estatsticas e casos de sucesso; apresentao musical do Grupo de Referncia Musical de Bauru A problemtica das espcies invasoras - segunda maior causa da perda da biodiversidade mundial. As cidades se planejam levando-se em conta este problema e as consequncias para a populao. Apresentar propostas para utilizao de espcies nativas na formao dos centros urbanos. Utilizao de espcies exticas e a relao com problemas scio-ambientais, como a Dengue Realizao FAO/ICFPA/BRACELPA. Registro e informaes: http://www.fao.org/forestry/trade/76571/en/

Achieving a sustainable future in Rio: what can do a "Blue Economy"?

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

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Rio+20: Building "Green Bridge" through Generations

17/06/2012

19:30:00 AM

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Congresso Mundial sobre Justia, Governana e Direito para a Sustentabilidade Ambiental Importncia das normas internacionais desenvolvidas pela ISO como contribuio para a economia verde no contexto do desenvolvimento sustentvel Projeto Guri - o maior projeto sociocultural do Brasil funciona por msica. Conhea o programa que atende mais de 40.000 jovens em So Paulo

17/06/2012

Museu de Histria Natural do Rio de Janeiro, na Quinta da Boa Vista

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Arena da Barra

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Arena da Barra

species invasoras - as cidades se preocupam com isto?

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Arena da Barra

Forests: the heart of a green economy Resistncias e Alternativas no Brasil e no mundo: propostas para um modelo energtico sem o nuclear! - parte I GOVERNANA DO DESENVOLVIMENTO SUSTENTVEL, INTEGRIDADE AMBIENTAL E JUSTIA SOCIAL Ouvidoria do Mar: compreender a crise para a formulao de agendas proativas entre redes marinhas-costeiras Resduos Slidos como Vantagem Competitiva

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Ribalta Eventos Aterro do Flamengo

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"Comunicao comunitria e construo do desenvolvimento sustentvel"

18/06/2012

9:00:00

Aterro do Flamengo

Forum Desenvolvimento Sustentvel: Novas Dimenses para a Sociedade e Negcios

18/06/2012

9:00:00

Jardim Botnico

Debate: "Megaeventos e Violaes de Direitos Humanos"

18/06/2012

9:00:00

Aterro do Flamengo

Indigenous Peoples Global Conference Sade, Padres de Produo e Consumo e Desenvolvimento Sustentvel: h Terra para todos? Responsabilit sociale des entreprises et le droit de l'homme dans les pays moins avancs (PMA) Atelier dbat Elaborer de voies de transition conomiques et cologiques pour lensemble des socits Debates sobre os desafios da pesca artesanal Empowering Future - Education as a key for a fair and sustainable world Cummunity Knowledge and Climate Change Adaptation Women - Water- Environment Our path to true sustainability: Rights for Nature and the International Crime of Ecocide SESSO COORDENADA: Movimentos instituintes na reconstruo do espao vivido como direito cidado Combate Mercantilizao e Privatizao da gua e do Saneamento IMPLEMENTAO DO ESTATUTO DA CIDADE E INSTRUMENTOS PARA EFETIVAO DA REFORMA URBANA Crtica economia verde e alternativas: construindo a partir dos povos OFICINA "APELOS DE SUSTENTABILIDADE NO MERCADO DE CONSUMO" Rights of Nature the Foundation for Sustainability Justicia social y justicia ambiental: el Bien Comun de la Humanidad y la ilegalidad de la pobreza No War! No Warming! Build an Economy for People and the Planet Exposio de trabalho realizado na COOPERFRAN Cooperativa de Catadores de Materiais Reciclveis de Franca e Regio Direito Cidade e os Impactos dos Megaprojetos The role of youth and women to advance the food security agenda, organizer International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies DIREITOS SOCIAIS, DEMARCAO DE TERRAS, NDIO NA INSERO DA SOCIEDADE Roda de Conversa: "Desafios para a celebrao e vivncia de uma espiritualidade transformadora: ecumenismo, juventude, meio ambiente e movimentos socias" Energy and regional integration, a path to sustainable energy sovernity Womens Rights, Reproductive Health and Climate Justice: Voices from the Global South Gestion social de la recoleccion diferenciada Plenarias de Convergencia Pre-Asamblea, foro juvenil Quilombo Amaznia Dvida e finaceirizao da natureza: reparaes j!! Seminrio: Por um novo paradigma alimentar Industries Extractives au Prou, Colombie, Rpublique de Congo et Tchad UPMS: desafios do futuro Ending Global Racism Ending Global Racism Impacto de Grandes Empreendimentos na Sade e no Ambiente Biodiversidade Cpula dos Prefeitos: Cpula Urbana - Cerimonia de Abertura

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Cpula dos Prefeitos: Rumo a um Futuro de Baixo Carbono - I - Medio e comunicao das emisses de carbono

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Forte de Copacabana

Evento Fechado This event is organised by UCLG and UN-Habitat with the support of Cities Alliance and UNACLA under the auspices of the City of Rio. It will bring together over 250 Local and Regional Governments representatives to discuss their contributions to the Conference. This event is structured around dedicated roundtables with the objective of developing or strengthening collaborative ways to implement the recommendations made in view of Rio+20 and its aftermath. Launch of the awareness campaign I'm a City Changer in Rio de Janeiro. Im a City Changer is the UN-Habitat Campaign to raise awareness on positive actions that have demonstrated impacts on peoples lives in urban areas and improve the livability of cities. Im a City Changer shall serve as a conduit to sensitize on fundamental issues and campaigning on our urban future, our cities, each and everyones city. In the City of Rio, the campaign will be launched on the June 18th under the theme of Sustainable Transport "Evolua com mobilidade". Press is invited.

The Urban Summit

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9:00:00

Forte de Copacabana.

I'm a City Changer Campaign / Evolua Com Mobilidade

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9:00:00

Forte de Copacabana.

XXXII Semana da Qumica na Rio+20

18/06/2012

9:00:00

IFRJ

Entre os dias 18 e 21 de junho de 2012 ser realizada a Semana da Qumica na Rio +20. Esta ser uma edio especial de nossa tradicional semana que ocorre h 32 anos e constar da programao oficial da Conferncia das Naes Unidas sobre Desenvolvimento Sustentvel-Rio+20. Nosso evento contar com conferencistas e palestrantes de renome nacional e internacional. A grande atrao do evento a apresentao dos Projetos Discentes. Neles, os alunos so os protagonistas: definindo seu objeto de estudo, seu orientador e desenvolvendo metodologias especficas para a investigao que pretendem realizar. O conhecimento gerado com os projetos apresentado em salas ou laboratrios especialmente preparados para receber o pblico visitante. Nesta edio, o projeto vencedor ser premiado com o envio de 01 professor e 02 alunos para acompanhar a VIII reunio do "Persistent Organic Pollutants Review Committee" (POPRC-8) da Conveno de Estocolmo sobre Poluentes Orgnicos Persistentes, que acontecer na cidade de Genebra na Sua. Teremos ainda durante o evento a VI Jornada de Iniciao Cientfica e Tecnolgica do IFRJ, na qual trabalhos dos 11 Campi do Instituto sero apresentados a Comunidade, alm do Workshop de Segurana Qumica promovido pela Associao Brasileira de Qumica (ABQ). Presenting: Giulia Christianson, Research Officer, New Ventures

Enabling Green and Inclusive Markets: A Case for Public Private Collaboration Abertura do ciclo de Debates e Palestras do Mapa na Rio+20 Painel: O Papel do Solo na Sustentabilidade do Planeta Cpula dos Prefeitos: Painel I - Servios Bsicos entre os Objetivos de Desen. Susten. Acordo para o desenvolvimento sustentavel. Governana Multilateral do Desenvolvimento Sustentvel com Participao Social Announcing the Global Climate Registry Alliance

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Evento Fechado O Conselho de Desenvolvimento Econmico e Social da Presidncia da Repblica (CDES) convida para participao nos debates Presenting: Manish Bapna, Interim President (Executive Vice President and Managing Director) The OAS through its Department of Sustainable Development (DSD) supports member states in designing and implementing policies, strategies, programs, and projects to integrate environmental sustainability with poverty alleviation and economic development, as well as translating sustainable development goals into concrete actions. The Department also supports countries in making fundamental decisions which engage all stakeholders, and encourage accountability for sustainable development principles and institutions. Consistent with the roles that it played in previous global conferences on environment and development, the Department has been engaging and collaborating with stakeholders from throughout the Americas to play a pivotal role in the preparations and outcomes of Rio+20. At the side event, the OAS-DSD will present the results of this collaborative process, which has included the organization of a Dialogue Series on a variety of sustainable development themes, including governance, public participation, energy, climate change, integrated water resources management, biodiversity, and risk management, among others.

Governance for Sustainable Development: Key Messages from the Americas

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Innovative field actions as leverage for change

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Field practitioners involved in local initiatives play an important role in the transition towards sustainable and inclusive development. Technical, social, managerial, and financial innovations are designed and implemented all around the world by local actors. Due to the lack of a means of systematically documenting these initiatives, comparable to peer-reviewed publications in the scientific community, these innovative field actions are not sufficiently reported and shared and, very often, get lost. FACTS Initiative and its partners propose a method and tools for documenting innovative initiatives undertaken by field practitioners (NGOs, governmental organizations, etc.). Together, they propose to promote it at Rio+20. This will also be an opportunity to launch collaborations with partners from all the countries involved in what could be a great project, whose aim is to establish an available ?Global Database of practices for sustainable and inclusive developments". Objective of the side event : to promote wide dialogue about the importance of the ISO international standards as a contribution to the green economy in the sustainable development context. This side event will provide the attendance with examples on how an international, consensus-based, multistakeholder standards-setting system can achieve global agreement on the pragmatic implementation of green economy issues at the organizational level. As a concrete example, ISO has developed an international standard that provides guidance on Social Responsibility ? ISO 26000 in 2010. It involved more than 450 participating experts, from 99 countries, and 42 organizations in liaison. These experts came from six specifically identified stakeholder categories of: government, industry, labour, consumers, NGO`s and academia. Its main topics are organizational governance, human rights, labour practices, the environment, fair operating practices, consumer issues, and community involvement and development. Asia will be the key global driving force economically in the 21st Century and its way of development will give significant impacts globally. The solution against unsustainable patterns at the grass root level is essential and should be an integral part of sustainable development both in Asia and the world. This side event aims to highlight Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), particularly, (i) the significance of achieving sustainable development in the local communities, (ii) importance of local community empowerment in achieving local sustainability, and (iii) key role of NGO)s in local community empowerment and the new knowledge creation for local sustainability. We will present Asias ESD good practices and experiences by NGOs, leading to an Asia NGO Network on ESD to be established by 2014, the final year of UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development. Communitarian forest management (CFM) is a common practice in several countries of Latin America. Sustainable communitarian forest management helps to mitigate the effects of environmental degradation and climate change and promotes rural development by the creation of more employment opportunities in the forest sector, which strengthens the local economies and eradicates rural poverty. Thus, the communitarian forest management provides multiple ecologic, economic and social benefits, and can inspire other nations to learn from the experiences in Mexico and Central America to adopt similar strategies to promote sustainable development. Our side event will show what is crucial for successful and sustainable communitarian forest management, how it fosters local governance and how it improves local development. At the same time, challenges and needs will be presented to foster communitarian forest management that benefits nature and society in the local and global context. Rio+20 is an opportunity to redress the breakdown of virtually every system in our interconnected world. There is a collective understanding among major groups and governments, that the need for action is critical. Yet, creating systems and frameworks that enable long-term sustainable living, directly addressing poverty and wellbeing, do not happen only through policies. There are many avenues through which change occurs, yet the foundation of all of them is our awareness; our awareness directly determines our actions and behaviors. In the past, our limited awareness has created actions of exploitation leading to over-consumption, widespread famine and ecological demise. Creating a new awareness that assigns deep value to the self, our global family, and the natural world can facilitate true change. Our panel of experts will speak on different topics considering awareness, so we may understand how to voluntarily, wisely and transparently commit, to realize the future we want.

ISO International Standards and Green Economy

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Message from Asian NGO Network on ESD (ANNE): Role of NGOs in Empowering the Local Community for Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Communitarian forest management to assure Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Aligned Awareness and Action for the Future We Want

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

The world has changed dramatically since 1992. Economic power has shifted, corporate influence has grown and political will has faded. There is a real need to take stock of what we have learnt and to examine how this can be most usefully applied to new contexts. Fair Ideas: Sharing solutions for a sustainable planet 18/06/2012 9:30:00 P3-A (Riocentro) IIED and PUC-Rio will bring the results from a 2-day conference just before the Summit, and the diverse set of partners involved in organising this event (see www.fairideas.org for more information). We will highlight major opportunities to learn from existing practice and to shift to new patterns of behaviour. These will focus on two main UNCSD issues: ways to ensure SD Goals are grounded in specific experience and work at national and local levels; and ways in which a 'green economy' approach makes sense for low income countries and people. According to the last report by FAO, more than 900 million people in the world suffer from chronicle hunger. As a result of the rise in prices of basic commodities, these numbers are expected to dramatically increase. Furthermore, even if the first MDG would be achieved, 600 million people would still suffer from hunger. Linked to the financial, economical, energy and environmental crisis, speculation in the commodity markets ?particularly in the food one- is becoming a common trend; something that needs to be solved urgently. This situation of world structural hunger underlines the urgent need to rethink the policies, values and governance about food related issues. Sustainability at every level, from an individual household to the global community, depends on secure supplies of, and equitable access to, water, food, energy and biodiversity. Mountains play a vital role in this nexus, particularly in the provision of water and biodiversity services. Mountain ecosystems are much more significant today than they were in 1992 due to the emerging climate and global changes and challenges. The Rio+20 outcome document needs to recognize this new reality and take concrete actions since Mountains offer solutions both to kick-start a sustainable and equitable Green Economy and demonstrate inclusive development models that have reduced poverty and promoted social and gender equity in both upstream and downstream contexts. This side event will highlight and share local, national and regional knowledge-based solutions that are integrative, inclusive and supportive to the water, food and energy nexus and have promoted green growth strategies and reduced poverty. The Global Registry Alliance (GRA) is a consortium of programs worldwide actively supporting efforts to measure and manage greenhouse gas emissions. GRA?s mission is to improve human and institutional capacity to address climate change through the use of credible, transparent standards for carbon measurement and management. Three GHG Programs ? TCR, ECR and GVces ? are working with over 500 organizations to measure, report, verify and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Reporting organizations include corporations, government agencies, universities and more, representing more than 30 sectors worldwide. Each program builds on the framework of the GHG Protocol, and uses similar tools such as online reporting software, a detailed reporting protocol, verification protocols, and trainings to collect data from companies, local governments, universities and more. Using these tools, reporters measure their carbon footprint in a transparent, accurate and standardized way, and then track their emissions over time as they manage their GHG performance.

Food, sustainability and global democracy: challenges and perspectives

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Mountain knowledge solutions for sustainable green economy and improved water, food, energy, and environment nexus

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Building a Global Registry: Global GHG reporting and standards

18/06/2012

9:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Caritas Internationalis - a worldwide confederation of 164 supportive Catholic organizations promotes human integral development, taking into account the various aspects of human well-being: economic, social, political, cultural, ecological and spiritual, with a view to achieving a fair and caring society. This approach is supported through the promotion and fulfilment of human rights, including the right to development, with a preferential option for the poor and the excluded. Following the call of Pope Benedict for ?an inner attitude of responsibility, able to inspire a different lifestyle, with the necessary modest behavior and consumption, in order: to promote the good of future generations in sustainable terms; the safeguard of the goods of creation; the distribution of resources and?the concrete commitment to the development of entire peoples and nations" (World Food Day 2011), Caritas intends to promote a more just way to achieve sustainable development through an economic model based on solidarity. Caritas Internationalis - a worldwide confederation of 164 supportive Catholic organizations promotes human integral development, taking into account the various aspects of human well-being: economic, social, political, cultural, ecological and spiritual, with a view to achieving a fair and caring society. This approach is supported through the promotion and fulfilment of human rights, including the right to development, with a preferential option for the poor and the excluded. Following the call of Pope Benedict for ?an inner attitude of responsibility, able to inspire a different lifestyle, with the necessary modest behavior and consumption, in order: to promote the good of future generations in sustainable terms; the safeguard of the goods of creation; the distribution of resources and?the concrete commitment to the development of entire peoples and nations" (World Food Day 2011), Caritas intends to promote a more just way to achieve sustainable development through an economic model based on solidarity. The key principle underlying the Golden Rule is the unity and interconnectedness of all things. It is one of the cornerstones for dialogue and co operation in promoting more peaceful, just and sustainable global community. The growing interfaith and ecumenical movement, especially on the grass root is hope giving when responding todays ethical crisis. URI is a global grassroots interfaith network that cultivates peace and justice by engaging people to bridge religious and cultural differences and work together for the good of their communities. Faiths Without Borders has the project Holy Drop! that speaks for the need for spiritual literacy and ethics of water. The EWN is a network of churches and Christian organizations promoting people's access to water around the world. Based on key messages developed at the previous Nobel Laureates Symposia and the GSP report, the organising partners take the opportunity to present a declaration consisting of a science-based message on global sustainability to decision-makers, civil society and the media. This declaration highlights the importance of a science-based approach to sustainable development and the need for policy and decision-makers to acknowledge science if the world chooses a more sustainable path. The OAS through its Department of Sustainable Development (DSD) supports member states in designing and implementing policies, strategies, programs, and projects to integrate environmental sustainability with poverty alleviation and economic development, as well as translating sustainable development goals into concrete actions. The Department also supports countries in making fundamental decisions which engage all stakeholders, and encourage accountability for sustainable development principles and institutions. Governance for Sustainable Development: Key Messages from the Americas 18/06/2012 9:30:00 T-6 (Riocentro) Consistent with the roles that it played in previous global conferences on environment and development, the Department has been engaging and collaborating with stakeholders from throughout the Americas to play a pivotal role in the preparations and outcomes of Rio+20. At the side event, the OAS-DSD will present the results of this collaborative process, which has included the organization of a Dialogue Series on a variety of sustainable development themes, including governance, public participation, energy, climate change, integrated water resources management, biodiversity, and risk management, among others.

Achieving Sustainable Development through Solidarity Economy

18/06/2012

9:30:00

P3-3 (Riocentro)

The Spirituality and Ethics of Water

18/06/2012

9:30:00

P3-4 (Riocentro)

Open Dialogue on The Future We Choose

18/06/2012

9:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

Innovative field actions as leverage for change

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Field practitioners involved in local initiatives play an important role in the transition towards sustainable and inclusive development. Technical, social, managerial, and financial innovations are designed and implemented all around the world by local actors. Due to the lack of a means of systematically documenting these initiatives, comparable to peer-reviewed publications in the scientific community, these innovative field actions are not sufficiently reported and shared and, very often, get lost. FACTS Initiative and its partners propose a method and tools for documenting innovative initiatives undertaken by field practitioners (NGOs, governmental organizations, etc.). Together, they propose to promote it at Rio+20. This will also be an opportunity to launch collaborations with partners from all the countries involved in what could be a great project, whose aim is to establish an available ?Global Database of practices for sustainable and inclusive developments". Objective of the side event : to promote wide dialogue about the importance of the ISO international standards as a contribution to the green economy in the sustainable development context. This side event will provide the attendance with examples on how an international, consensus-based, multistakeholder standards-setting system can achieve global agreement on the pragmatic implementation of green economy issues at the organizational level. As a concrete example, ISO has developed an international standard that provides guidance on Social Responsibility ? ISO 26000 in 2010. It involved more than 450 participating experts, from 99 countries, and 42 organizations in liaison. These experts came from six specifically identified stakeholder categories of: government, industry, labour, consumers, NGO`s and academia. Its main topics are organizational governance, human rights, labour practices, the environment, fair operating practices, consumer issues, and community involvement and development. Asia will be the key global driving force economically in the 21st Century and its way of development will give significant impacts globally. The solution against unsustainable patterns at the grass root level is essential and should be an integral part of sustainable development both in Asia and the world. This side event aims to highlight Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), particularly, (i) the significance of achieving sustainable development in the local communities, (ii) importance of local community empowerment in achieving local sustainability, and (iii) key role of NGO)s in local community empowerment and the new knowledge creation for local sustainability. We will present Asias ESD good practices and experiences by NGOs, leading to an Asia NGO Network on ESD to be established by 2014, the final year of UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development. Communitarian forest management (CFM) is a common practice in several countries of Latin America. Sustainable communitarian forest management helps to mitigate the effects of environmental degradation and climate change and promotes rural development by the creation of more employment opportunities in the forest sector, which strengthens the local economies and eradicates rural poverty. Thus, the communitarian forest management provides multiple ecologic, economic and social benefits, and can inspire other nations to learn from the experiences in Mexico and Central America to adopt similar strategies to promote sustainable development. Our side event will show what is crucial for successful and sustainable communitarian forest management, how it fosters local governance and how it improves local development. At the same time, challenges and needs will be presented to foster communitarian forest management that benefits nature and society in the local and global context. Rio+20 is an opportunity to redress the breakdown of virtually every system in our interconnected world. There is a collective understanding among major groups and governments, that the need for action is critical. Yet, creating systems and frameworks that enable long-term sustainable living, directly addressing poverty and wellbeing, do not happen only through policies. There are many avenues through which change occurs, yet the foundation of all of them is our awareness; our awareness directly determines our actions and behaviors. In the past, our limited awareness has created actions of exploitation leading to over-consumption, widespread famine and ecological demise. Creating a new awareness that assigns deep value to the self, our global family, and the natural world can facilitate true change. Our panel of experts will speak on different topics considering awareness, so we may understand how to voluntarily, wisely and transparently commit, to realize the future we want.

ISO International Standards and Green Economy

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Message from Asian NGO Network on ESD (ANNE): Role of NGOs in Empowering the Local Community for Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Communitarian forest management to assure Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Aligned Awareness and Action for the Future We Want

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

The world has changed dramatically since 1992. Economic power has shifted, corporate influence has grown and political will has faded. There is a real need to take stock of what we have learnt and to examine how this can be most usefully applied to new contexts. Fair Ideas: Sharing solutions for a sustainable planet 18/06/2012 9:30:00 P3-A (Riocentro) IIED and PUC-Rio will bring the results from a 2-day conference just before the Summit, and the diverse set of partners involved in organising this event (see www.fairideas.org for more information). We will highlight major opportunities to learn from existing practice and to shift to new patterns of behaviour. These will focus on two main UNCSD issues: ways to ensure SD Goals are grounded in specific experience and work at national and local levels; and ways in which a 'green economy' approach makes sense for low income countries and people. According to the last report by FAO, more than 900 million people in the world suffer from chronicle hunger. As a result of the rise in prices of basic commodities, these numbers are expected to dramatically increase. Furthermore, even if the first MDG would be achieved, 600 million people would still suffer from hunger. Linked to the financial, economical, energy and environmental crisis, speculation in the commodity markets ?particularly in the food one- is becoming a common trend; something that needs to be solved urgently. This situation of world structural hunger underlines the urgent need to rethink the policies, values and governance about food related issues. Sustainability at every level, from an individual household to the global community, depends on secure supplies of, and equitable access to, water, food, energy and biodiversity. Mountains play a vital role in this nexus, particularly in the provision of water and biodiversity services. Mountain ecosystems are much more significant today than they were in 1992 due to the emerging climate and global changes and challenges. The Rio+20 outcome document needs to recognize this new reality and take concrete actions since Mountains offer solutions both to kick-start a sustainable and equitable Green Economy and demonstrate inclusive development models that have reduced poverty and promoted social and gender equity in both upstream and downstream contexts. This side event will highlight and share local, national and regional knowledge-based solutions that are integrative, inclusive and supportive to the water, food and energy nexus and have promoted green growth strategies and reduced poverty. The Global Registry Alliance (GRA) is a consortium of programs worldwide actively supporting efforts to measure and manage greenhouse gas emissions. GRA?s mission is to improve human and institutional capacity to address climate change through the use of credible, transparent standards for carbon measurement and management. Three GHG Programs ? TCR, ECR and GVces ? are working with over 500 organizations to measure, report, verify and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Reporting organizations include corporations, government agencies, universities and more, representing more than 30 sectors worldwide. Each program builds on the framework of the GHG Protocol, and uses similar tools such as online reporting software, a detailed reporting protocol, verification protocols, and trainings to collect data from companies, local governments, universities and more. Using these tools, reporters measure their carbon footprint in a transparent, accurate and standardized way, and then track their emissions over time as they manage their GHG performance.

Food, sustainability and global democracy: challenges and perspectives

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Mountain knowledge solutions for sustainable green economy and improved water, food, energy, and environment nexus

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Building a Global Registry: Global GHG reporting and standards

18/06/2012

9:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Caritas Internationalis - a worldwide confederation of 164 supportive Catholic organizations promotes human integral development, taking into account the various aspects of human well-being: economic, social, political, cultural, ecological and spiritual, with a view to achieving a fair and caring society. This approach is supported through the promotion and fulfilment of human rights, including the right to development, with a preferential option for the poor and the excluded. Following the call of Pope Benedict for ?an inner attitude of responsibility, able to inspire a different lifestyle, with the necessary modest behavior and consumption, in order: to promote the good of future generations in sustainable terms; the safeguard of the goods of creation; the distribution of resources and?the concrete commitment to the development of entire peoples and nations" (World Food Day 2011), Caritas intends to promote a more just way to achieve sustainable development through an economic model based on solidarity. Caritas Internationalis - a worldwide confederation of 164 supportive Catholic organizations promotes human integral development, taking into account the various aspects of human well-being: economic, social, political, cultural, ecological and spiritual, with a view to achieving a fair and caring society. This approach is supported through the promotion and fulfilment of human rights, including the right to development, with a preferential option for the poor and the excluded. Following the call of Pope Benedict for ?an inner attitude of responsibility, able to inspire a different lifestyle, with the necessary modest behavior and consumption, in order: to promote the good of future generations in sustainable terms; the safeguard of the goods of creation; the distribution of resources and?the concrete commitment to the development of entire peoples and nations" (World Food Day 2011), Caritas intends to promote a more just way to achieve sustainable development through an economic model based on solidarity. The key principle underlying the Golden Rule is the unity and interconnectedness of all things. It is one of the cornerstones for dialogue and co operation in promoting more peaceful, just and sustainable global community. The growing interfaith and ecumenical movement, especially on the grass root is hope giving when responding todays ethical crisis. URI is a global grassroots interfaith network that cultivates peace and justice by engaging people to bridge religious and cultural differences and work together for the good of their communities. Faiths Without Borders has the project Holy Drop! that speaks for the need for spiritual literacy and ethics of water. The EWN is a network of churches and Christian organizations promoting people's access to water around the world. Based on key messages developed at the previous Nobel Laureates Symposia and the GSP report, the organising partners take the opportunity to present a declaration consisting of a science-based message on global sustainability to decision-makers, civil society and the media. This declaration highlights the importance of a science-based approach to sustainable development and the need for policy and decision-makers to acknowledge science if the world chooses a more sustainable path. The OAS through its Department of Sustainable Development (DSD) supports member states in designing and implementing policies, strategies, programs, and projects to integrate environmental sustainability with poverty alleviation and economic development, as well as translating sustainable development goals into concrete actions. The Department also supports countries in making fundamental decisions which engage all stakeholders, and encourage accountability for sustainable development principles and institutions. Governance for Sustainable Development: Key Messages from the Americas 18/06/2012 9:30:00 T-6 (Riocentro) Consistent with the roles that it played in previous global conferences on environment and development, the Department has been engaging and collaborating with stakeholders from throughout the Americas to play a pivotal role in the preparations and outcomes of Rio+20. At the side event, the OAS-DSD will present the results of this collaborative process, which has included the organization of a Dialogue Series on a variety of sustainable development themes, including governance, public participation, energy, climate change, integrated water resources management, biodiversity, and risk management, among others.

Achieving Sustainable Development through Solidarity Economy

18/06/2012

9:30:00

P3-3 (Riocentro)

The Spirituality and Ethics of Water

18/06/2012

9:30:00

P3-4 (Riocentro)

Open Dialogue on The Future We Choose

18/06/2012

9:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

Innovative field actions as leverage for change

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Field practitioners involved in local initiatives play an important role in the transition towards sustainable and inclusive development. Technical, social, managerial, and financial innovations are designed and implemented all around the world by local actors. Due to the lack of a means of systematically documenting these initiatives, comparable to peer-reviewed publications in the scientific community, these innovative field actions are not sufficiently reported and shared and, very often, get lost. FACTS Initiative and its partners propose a method and tools for documenting innovative initiatives undertaken by field practitioners (NGOs, governmental organizations, etc.). Together, they propose to promote it at Rio+20. This will also be an opportunity to launch collaborations with partners from all the countries involved in what could be a great project, whose aim is to establish an available ?Global Database of practices for sustainable and inclusive developments". Objective of the side event : to promote wide dialogue about the importance of the ISO international standards as a contribution to the green economy in the sustainable development context. This side event will provide the attendance with examples on how an international, consensus-based, multistakeholder standards-setting system can achieve global agreement on the pragmatic implementation of green economy issues at the organizational level. As a concrete example, ISO has developed an international standard that provides guidance on Social Responsibility ? ISO 26000 in 2010. It involved more than 450 participating experts, from 99 countries, and 42 organizations in liaison. These experts came from six specifically identified stakeholder categories of: government, industry, labour, consumers, NGO`s and academia. Its main topics are organizational governance, human rights, labour practices, the environment, fair operating practices, consumer issues, and community involvement and development. Asia will be the key global driving force economically in the 21st Century and its way of development will give significant impacts globally. The solution against unsustainable patterns at the grass root level is essential and should be an integral part of sustainable development both in Asia and the world. This side event aims to highlight Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), particularly, (i) the significance of achieving sustainable development in the local communities, (ii) importance of local community empowerment in achieving local sustainability, and (iii) key role of NGO)s in local community empowerment and the new knowledge creation for local sustainability. We will present Asias ESD good practices and experiences by NGOs, leading to an Asia NGO Network on ESD to be established by 2014, the final year of UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development. Communitarian forest management (CFM) is a common practice in several countries of Latin America. Sustainable communitarian forest management helps to mitigate the effects of environmental degradation and climate change and promotes rural development by the creation of more employment opportunities in the forest sector, which strengthens the local economies and eradicates rural poverty. Thus, the communitarian forest management provides multiple ecologic, economic and social benefits, and can inspire other nations to learn from the experiences in Mexico and Central America to adopt similar strategies to promote sustainable development. Our side event will show what is crucial for successful and sustainable communitarian forest management, how it fosters local governance and how it improves local development. At the same time, challenges and needs will be presented to foster communitarian forest management that benefits nature and society in the local and global context. Rio+20 is an opportunity to redress the breakdown of virtually every system in our interconnected world. There is a collective understanding among major groups and governments, that the need for action is critical. Yet, creating systems and frameworks that enable long-term sustainable living, directly addressing poverty and wellbeing, do not happen only through policies. There are many avenues through which change occurs, yet the foundation of all of them is our awareness; our awareness directly determines our actions and behaviors. In the past, our limited awareness has created actions of exploitation leading to over-consumption, widespread famine and ecological demise. Creating a new awareness that assigns deep value to the self, our global family, and the natural world can facilitate true change. Our panel of experts will speak on different topics considering awareness, so we may understand how to voluntarily, wisely and transparently commit, to realize the future we want.

ISO International Standards and Green Economy

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Message from Asian NGO Network on ESD (ANNE): Role of NGOs in Empowering the Local Community for Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Communitarian forest management to assure Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Aligned Awareness and Action for the Future We Want

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

The world has changed dramatically since 1992. Economic power has shifted, corporate influence has grown and political will has faded. There is a real need to take stock of what we have learnt and to examine how this can be most usefully applied to new contexts. Fair Ideas: Sharing solutions for a sustainable planet 18/06/2012 9:30:00 P3-A (Riocentro) IIED and PUC-Rio will bring the results from a 2-day conference just before the Summit, and the diverse set of partners involved in organising this event (see www.fairideas.org for more information). We will highlight major opportunities to learn from existing practice and to shift to new patterns of behaviour. These will focus on two main UNCSD issues: ways to ensure SD Goals are grounded in specific experience and work at national and local levels; and ways in which a 'green economy' approach makes sense for low income countries and people. According to the last report by FAO, more than 900 million people in the world suffer from chronicle hunger. As a result of the rise in prices of basic commodities, these numbers are expected to dramatically increase. Furthermore, even if the first MDG would be achieved, 600 million people would still suffer from hunger. Linked to the financial, economical, energy and environmental crisis, speculation in the commodity markets ?particularly in the food one- is becoming a common trend; something that needs to be solved urgently. This situation of world structural hunger underlines the urgent need to rethink the policies, values and governance about food related issues. Sustainability at every level, from an individual household to the global community, depends on secure supplies of, and equitable access to, water, food, energy and biodiversity. Mountains play a vital role in this nexus, particularly in the provision of water and biodiversity services. Mountain ecosystems are much more significant today than they were in 1992 due to the emerging climate and global changes and challenges. The Rio+20 outcome document needs to recognize this new reality and take concrete actions since Mountains offer solutions both to kick-start a sustainable and equitable Green Economy and demonstrate inclusive development models that have reduced poverty and promoted social and gender equity in both upstream and downstream contexts. This side event will highlight and share local, national and regional knowledge-based solutions that are integrative, inclusive and supportive to the water, food and energy nexus and have promoted green growth strategies and reduced poverty. The Global Registry Alliance (GRA) is a consortium of programs worldwide actively supporting efforts to measure and manage greenhouse gas emissions. GRA?s mission is to improve human and institutional capacity to address climate change through the use of credible, transparent standards for carbon measurement and management. Three GHG Programs ? TCR, ECR and GVces ? are working with over 500 organizations to measure, report, verify and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Reporting organizations include corporations, government agencies, universities and more, representing more than 30 sectors worldwide. Each program builds on the framework of the GHG Protocol, and uses similar tools such as online reporting software, a detailed reporting protocol, verification protocols, and trainings to collect data from companies, local governments, universities and more. Using these tools, reporters measure their carbon footprint in a transparent, accurate and standardized way, and then track their emissions over time as they manage their GHG performance.

Food, sustainability and global democracy: challenges and perspectives

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Mountain knowledge solutions for sustainable green economy and improved water, food, energy, and environment nexus

18/06/2012

9:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Building a Global Registry: Global GHG reporting and standards

18/06/2012

9:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Caritas Internationalis - a worldwide confederation of 164 supportive Catholic organizations promotes human integral development, taking into account the various aspects of human well-being: economic, social, political, cultural, ecological and spiritual, with a view to achieving a fair and caring society. This approach is supported through the promotion and fulfilment of human rights, including the right to development, with a preferential option for the poor and the excluded. Following the call of Pope Benedict for ?an inner attitude of responsibility, able to inspire a different lifestyle, with the necessary modest behavior and consumption, in order: to promote the good of future generations in sustainable terms; the safeguard of the goods of creation; the distribution of resources and?the concrete commitment to the development of entire peoples and nations" (World Food Day 2011), Caritas intends to promote a more just way to achieve sustainable development through an economic model based on solidarity. Caritas Internationalis - a worldwide confederation of 164 supportive Catholic organizations promotes human integral development, taking into account the various aspects of human well-being: economic, social, political, cultural, ecological and spiritual, with a view to achieving a fair and caring society. This approach is supported through the promotion and fulfilment of human rights, including the right to development, with a preferential option for the poor and the excluded. Following the call of Pope Benedict for ?an inner attitude of responsibility, able to inspire a different lifestyle, with the necessary modest behavior and consumption, in order: to promote the good of future generations in sustainable terms; the safeguard of the goods of creation; the distribution of resources and?the concrete commitment to the development of entire peoples and nations" (World Food Day 2011), Caritas intends to promote a more just way to achieve sustainable development through an economic model based on solidarity. The key principle underlying the Golden Rule is the unity and interconnectedness of all things. It is one of the cornerstones for dialogue and co operation in promoting more peaceful, just and sustainable global community. The growing interfaith and ecumenical movement, especially on the grass root is hope giving when responding todays ethical crisis. URI is a global grassroots interfaith network that cultivates peace and justice by engaging people to bridge religious and cultural differences and work together for the good of their communities. Faiths Without Borders has the project Holy Drop! that speaks for the need for spiritual literacy and ethics of water. The EWN is a network of churches and Christian organizations promoting people's access to water around the world. Based on key messages developed at the previous Nobel Laureates Symposia and the GSP report, the organising partners take the opportunity to present a declaration consisting of a science-based message on global sustainability to decision-makers, civil society and the media. This declaration highlights the importance of a science-based approach to sustainable development and the need for policy and decision-makers to acknowledge science if the world chooses a more sustainable path.

Achieving Sustainable Development through Solidarity Economy

18/06/2012

9:30:00

P3-3 (Riocentro)

The Spirituality and Ethics of Water

18/06/2012

9:30:00

P3-4 (Riocentro)

Open Dialogue on The Future We Choose

18/06/2012

9:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

Painelista: Lourdes Mendoa - Chefe da Embrapa Solos Reunio da Comisso Nacional de Desenvolvimento Sustentvel de Povos e Comunidades Tradicionais. Sustainable Development Dialogues: Sustainable Energy for All Projeto Imagem-Identidade Cpula dos Prefeitos: Rumo a um Futuro de Baixo Carbono - II - Apresentao do Plano de Desenvolvimento de Baixo Carbono da Cidade Rio de Janeiro Painelista: luca Montonarella - CE/JRC Cpula dos Prefeitos: Painel II - Governana Multilateral Side Event SEBRAE (Painel)

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9:30:00 10:00:00 10:00:00 10:00:00

Auditrio da Embrapa Solos MAM Riocentro Cantagalo- Pavo-Pavozinho Evento aberto ao pblico em geral OFFICIAL EVENTS Exposio de fotos tiradas durante a preparao da Feira Rio+20 e de imagens da comunidade reunidas ao longo de 3 anos de trabalho da Entrelaces e do fotgrafo Ronaldo Silva junto s comunidades do Cantagalo, Pavo e Pavozinho Evento Fechado

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Forte de Copacabana Auditrio da Embrapa Solos Forte de Copacabana Riocentro

Evento Fechado Discorre sobre a criao das Varas Ambientais, significado e importncia desta especializao. Traz observaes sobre o exerccio da jurisdio ambiental na Justia Federal e aponta a necessidade de educao ambiental de juzes e servidores. Apresenta casos concretos de decises ambientais. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Cndido Alfredo Silva Leal Jnior (Juiz Federal, Seo Judiciria do Rio Grande do Sul - TRF4) e Mariana Almeida Passos de Freitas (servidora da Seo Judiciria do Paran - TRF4).

Juiz e Meio Ambiente Jurisdio Ambiental

18/06/2012

11:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

Desenvolvimento Regional nas Contas de Governo

18/06/2012

11:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

1) TCU: competncias, estrutura e forma de atuao. 2) Contas de Governo: viso geral, forma de atuao para elaborao do relatrio e parecer prvio, principais objetivos. 3) Desenvolvimento Regional, 3.1) A persistncia da desigualdade regional, 3.2) A Atuao Governamental por meio da Poltica Nacional de Desenvolvimento Regional (PNDR), 3.3) Problemas recorrentes, 3.4) Aprimoramentos verificados, 3.5) Atuao do TCU. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrante: Leonardo Rodrigues Albernaz, Auditor, TCU. 1) Avano da energia elica na regio semirida; 2) Avano da energia solar com destaque para o primeiro estdio auto-sustentvel em energia na Amrica Latina; 3) Recuperao e verticalizao da cultura do cacau Cabruca para a agricultura familiar; 4) Incluso social com empregos verdes; 5) Incubadoras de empresas solidrias. Evento Fechado Room UN4 Room UN3 Room UN2 evento pblico The Global Bioenergy Partnership promotes the transition away from the unsustainable, traditional ways of deriving energy from biomass and towards the sustainable production and use of modern bioenergy. The traditional use of biomass, such as burning fuelwood for cooking and heating, drives environmental degradation and damages human health and welfare. Sustainable, modern bioenergy offers a means to improve energy access and to reduce negative effects on human health and the environment. Access to clean and affordable energy is a prerequisite to sustainable development. Energy produced sustainably from biomass can play a major role in achieving the goal of ?Sustainable Energy for All?. GBEP supports the transition to sustainable, modern bioenergy by fostering the sharing of best practices, encouraging the spread of relevant technologies, creating peer-to-peer learning networks, and triggering new investment. An intended benefit of these activities is to help sustainably intensify agriculture in regions where productivity is low. Driven by the goal of promoting a vibrant, sustainable bioenergy sector, the Global Bioenergy Partnership developed 24 indicators of sustainable bioenergy production and use. Evaluating these indicators will provide environmental, social and economic data, to policy-makers and other stakeholders so that they can: 1) inform the development of national bioenergy policies and programmes; 2) encourage monitoring and evaluation of the environmental, social and economic impacts of modern bioenergy production and use; and 3) support policy and programmatic responses to the impacts of bioenergy production and use. The seminar will raise awareness on the opportunities related to modern bioenergy development, as well as discuss policy options available to ensure the sustainability of this development. It features recent GBEP accomplishments, such as the development and agreement among 23 countries and 13 international organizations of the 24 Sustainability Indicators for Bioenergy, country experiences with energy from biomass, and points to ways that GBEP Partners and Observers are working together to build capacity for sustainable bioenergy production and use.

Elicas Solar (com Pituau) Cacau para Sempre Trabalho Decente Economia Solidria Cpula dos Prefeitos: Painel III - Coeso entre territrios Forum Empresarial RIO+20 (Brazilian Business Forum RIO+20) RIO 2012: Sustainable Development Out of the Age of Innocence Boosting renewable energy in Brazil Juiz e Meio Ambiente - Jurisdio Ambiental

18/06/2012

11:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

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Forte de Copacabana Arena da Barra Arena da Barra Arena da Barra Parque dos Atletas

Global Bioenergy Partnership Seminar

18/06/2012

11:00:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Aims to discuss the idea of Green Economy and Social Governance at the companies, local governments and civil society. The event brings together companies from the sectors of Trade, Industry, Services and related areas in order to discuss the actions that are aimed at the sustainability of their business, with extensive emphasis on modern concepts of Green Economy, Governance, Education and Social Transition . MAIN GOALS Contributing to the Creation of New Governance Indicators for Social Debating the Green Economy in its different pillars. Listen to the society and its industries. Create a database with the Information Obtained. Mapping the Positive and Negative Results Performing Other Regional Meetings to RIO +20 Gather a Bank Experiences About Green Economy with CASES OF REFERENCE. Contribute to the "Future We Want" Contribute to the Shares of the RIO +20 Revisit the Green Economy Recognizing the Social and Environmental Actions Aimed at Education Transition Assist and contribute to Actions For the Reduction of Poverty in the World Valuing Assets Resize the Economy. This event will examine why transforming the various declarations, conventions and Protocols into practical policies remains unfinished business, and on how to move forward in an adverse context marked by the financial crisis and concerns about the consequences of economic globalization. The underlying premise is that neither scientific alerts nor ethical claims alone are convincing enough to induce collective action. We must outgrow the ?age of innocence? and recognize that the financial crisis and its trail of unemployment, worsening poverty and international tensions put decisionmakers under harsh pressures when real choices must be made. The first roundtable will derive lessons from past experience on how scientific knowledge is received and incorporated in societies responses, and on how solidarity with future generations can be operationalized. The second roundtable will be devoted to the articulation of top-down search for reforms and bottom-up initiatives by local authorities to promote sustainable development.

Forum Empresarial RIO+20 ( Brazilian Business Forum RIO+20)

18/06/2012

11:00:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

RIO 2012: Sustainable Development Out of the Age of Innocence

18/06/2012

11:00:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Boosting renewable energy in Brazil

18/06/2012

11:00:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

The Green Economy (EV) is a key focus of the Rio +20, a term originally understood by the UNEP as "that which results in improvement of human welfare and social equality while reducing significant environmental risks and ecological scarcity. "As the energy security is one of the themes established by the Brazilian government to be discussed at Rio +20, it raise the question of how to ensure energy for all, consistently while ensuring compliance with the principles of a green economy? Exploring all potential to use renewable energy is one path to be followed. This side event intends to contribute on this debate showing what have being done in Brazil to promote distributed generation from renewable energy sources in projects connected to the grid. Apresentao de cantos e danas e oficinas bilnges (port/ingls) de coreografia e danas indgenas.

Apresentaes e Oficinas Fulni- na Estao General Osrio

18/06/2012

11:00:00

Ipanema

Global Bioenergy Partnership Seminar

18/06/2012

11:00:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

The Global Bioenergy Partnership promotes the transition away from the unsustainable, traditional ways of deriving energy from biomass and towards the sustainable production and use of modern bioenergy. The traditional use of biomass, such as burning fuelwood for cooking and heating, drives environmental degradation and damages human health and welfare. Sustainable, modern bioenergy offers a means to improve energy access and to reduce negative effects on human health and the environment. Access to clean and affordable energy is a prerequisite to sustainable development. Energy produced sustainably from biomass can play a major role in achieving the goal of ?Sustainable Energy for All?. GBEP supports the transition to sustainable, modern bioenergy by fostering the sharing of best practices, encouraging the spread of relevant technologies, creating peer-to-peer learning networks, and triggering new investment. An intended benefit of these activities is to help sustainably intensify agriculture in regions where productivity is low. Driven by the goal of promoting a vibrant, sustainable bioenergy sector, the Global Bioenergy Partnership developed 24 indicators of sustainable bioenergy production and use. Evaluating these indicators will provide environmental, social and economic data, to policy-makers and other stakeholders so that they can: 1) inform the development of national bioenergy policies and programmes; 2) encourage monitoring and evaluation of the environmental, social and economic impacts of modern bioenergy production and use; and 3) support policy and programmatic responses to the impacts of bioenergy production and use. The seminar will raise awareness on the opportunities related to modern bioenergy development, as well as discuss policy options available to ensure the sustainability of this development. It features recent GBEP accomplishments, such as the development and agreement among 23 countries and 13 international organizations of the 24 Sustainability Indicators for Bioenergy, country experiences with energy from biomass, and points to ways that GBEP Partners and Observers are working together to build capacity for sustainable bioenergy production and use. Aims to discuss the idea of Green Economy and Social Governance at the companies, local governments and civil society. The event brings together companies from the sectors of Trade, Industry, Services and related areas in order to discuss the actions that are aimed at the sustainability of their business, with extensive emphasis on modern concepts of Green Economy, Governance, Education and Social Transition . MAIN GOALS Contributing to the Creation of New Governance Indicators for Social Debating the Green Economy in its different pillars. Listen to the society and its industries.

Forum Empresarial RIO+20 ( Brazilian Business Forum RIO+20)

18/06/2012

11:00:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Create a database with the Information Obtained. Mapping the Positive and Negative Results Performing Other Regional Meetings to RIO +20 Gather a Bank Experiences About Green Economy with CASES OF REFERENCE. Contribute to the "Future We Want" Contribute to the Shares of the RIO +20 Revisit the Green Economy Recognizing the Social and Environmental Actions Aimed at Education Transition Assist and contribute to Actions For the Reduction of Poverty in the World

RIO 2012: Sustainable Development Out of the Age of Innocence

18/06/2012

11:00:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

This event will examine why transforming the various declarations, conventions and Protocols into practical policies remains unfinished business, and on how to move forward in an adverse context marked by the financial crisis and concerns about the consequences of economic globalization. The underlying premise is that neither scientific alerts nor ethical claims alone are convincing enough to induce collective action. We must outgrow the ?age of innocence? and recognize that the financial crisis and its trail of unemployment, worsening poverty and international tensions put decisionmakers under harsh pressures when real choices must be made. The first roundtable will derive lessons from past experience on how scientific knowledge is received and incorporated in societies responses, and on how solidarity with future generations can be operationalized. The second roundtable will be devoted to the articulation of top-down search for reforms and bottom-up initiatives by local authorities to promote sustainable development.

Boosting renewable energy in Brazil

18/06/2012

11:00:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

The Green Economy (EV) is a key focus of the Rio +20, a term originally understood by the UNEP as "that which results in improvement of human welfare and social equality while reducing significant environmental risks and ecological scarcity. "As the energy security is one of the themes established by the Brazilian government to be discussed at Rio +20, it raise the question of how to ensure energy for all, consistently while ensuring compliance with the principles of a green economy? Exploring all potential to use renewable energy is one path to be followed. This side event intends to contribute on this debate showing what have being done in Brazil to promote distributed generation from renewable energy sources in projects connected to the grid. The Global Bioenergy Partnership promotes the transition away from the unsustainable, traditional ways of deriving energy from biomass and towards the sustainable production and use of modern bioenergy. The traditional use of biomass, such as burning fuelwood for cooking and heating, drives environmental degradation and damages human health and welfare. Sustainable, modern bioenergy offers a means to improve energy access and to reduce negative effects on human health and the environment. Access to clean and affordable energy is a prerequisite to sustainable development. Energy produced sustainably from biomass can play a major role in achieving the goal of ?Sustainable Energy for All?. GBEP supports the transition to sustainable, modern bioenergy by fostering the sharing of best practices, encouraging the spread of relevant technologies, creating peer-to-peer learning networks, and triggering new investment. An intended benefit of these activities is to help sustainably intensify agriculture in regions where productivity is low. Driven by the goal of promoting a vibrant, sustainable bioenergy sector, the Global Bioenergy Partnership developed 24 indicators of sustainable bioenergy production and use. Evaluating these indicators will provide environmental, social and economic data, to policy-makers and other stakeholders so that they can: 1) inform the development of national bioenergy policies and programmes; 2) encourage monitoring and evaluation of the environmental, social and economic impacts of modern bioenergy production and use; and 3) support policy and programmatic responses to the impacts of bioenergy production and use. The seminar will raise awareness on the opportunities related to modern bioenergy development, as well as discuss policy options available to ensure the sustainability of this development. It features recent GBEP accomplishments, such as the development and agreement among 23 countries and 13 international organizations of the 24 Sustainability Indicators for Bioenergy, country experiences with energy from biomass, and points to ways that GBEP Partners and Observers are working together to build capacity for sustainable bioenergy production and use.

Global Bioenergy Partnership Seminar

18/06/2012

11:00:00

T-5 (Riocentro)

Aims to discuss the idea of Green Economy and Social Governance at the companies, local governments and civil society. The event brings together companies from the sectors of Trade, Industry, Services and related areas in order to discuss the actions that are aimed at the sustainability of their business, with extensive emphasis on modern concepts of Green Economy, Governance, Education and Social Transition . MAIN GOALS Contributing to the Creation of New Governance Indicators for Social Debating the Green Economy in its different pillars. Listen to the society and its industries. Forum Empresarial RIO+20 ( Brazilian Business Forum RIO+20) 18/06/2012 11:00:00 T-3 (Riocentro) Create a database with the Information Obtained. Mapping the Positive and Negative Results Performing Other Regional Meetings to RIO +20 Gather a Bank Experiences About Green Economy with CASES OF REFERENCE. Contribute to the "Future We Want" Contribute to the Shares of the RIO +20 Revisit the Green Economy Recognizing the Social and Environmental Actions Aimed at Education Transition Assist and contribute to Actions For the Reduction of Poverty in the World This event will examine why transforming the various declarations, conventions and Protocols into practical policies remains unfinished business, and on how to move forward in an adverse context marked by the financial crisis and concerns about the consequences of economic globalization. The underlying premise is that neither scientific alerts nor ethical claims alone are convincing enough to induce collective action. We must outgrow the ?age of innocence? and recognize that the financial crisis and its trail of unemployment, worsening poverty and international tensions put decisionmakers under harsh pressures when real choices must be made. The first roundtable will derive lessons from past experience on how scientific knowledge is received and incorporated in societies responses, and on how solidarity with future generations can be operationalized. The second roundtable will be devoted to the articulation of top-down search for reforms and bottom-up initiatives by local authorities to promote sustainable development.

RIO 2012: Sustainable Development Out of the Age of Innocence

18/06/2012

11:00:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Boosting renewable energy in Brazil

18/06/2012

11:00:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

The Green Economy (EV) is a key focus of the Rio +20, a term originally understood by the UNEP as "that which results in improvement of human welfare and social equality while reducing significant environmental risks and ecological scarcity. "As the energy security is one of the themes established by the Brazilian government to be discussed at Rio +20, it raise the question of how to ensure energy for all, consistently while ensuring compliance with the principles of a green economy? Exploring all potential to use renewable energy is one path to be followed. This side event intends to contribute on this debate showing what have being done in Brazil to promote distributed generation from renewable energy sources in projects connected to the grid.

Painelista: Ronald Vargas - FAO Reunio de Secretrios de Ambiente dos Estados e Municpios - ABEMA/ ANAMMA/AEMERJ Global Town Hall ICLEI

18/06/2012 18/06/2012 18/06/2012

11:00:00 11:30:00 11:30:00

Auditrio da Embrapa Solos Parque dos Atletas Parque dos Atletas Evento Pblico Evento Pblico

Rio+20 Global Town Hall

18/06/2012

11:30:00

Parque dos Atletas

Review of China's Sustainable Development 1992 - 2011: A perspective from Chinese civil society

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

The Rio+20 Global Town Hall is the main setting at Rio+20 to discuss ICLEIs sustainable urban future! Mayors and local government officials from around the world will address how they can best contribute to greening the urban economy, to protecting the global common goods and to improving global and local governance systems. Main speakers: Ban Ki Moon, Secretary General of the United Nations* Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State of the United States* Mpho Parks Tau, Mayor of Johannesburg, South Africa Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, Crown Prince of Qatar* Mercedes Bresso, President of EU Committee of Regions Ilmar Reepalu, Mayor of Malm, Sweden, Chair of the ENVE Commission of the EU Committee of the Regions Peter Altmaier, Minister for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany* Asim Gzelbey, Mayor of Gaziantep, Turkey Villy Svndal, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Denmark* David Cadman, ICLEI President Maurice Strong, Secretary General of the 1992 Rio Earth Summit* Dilma Roussed, President of Brazil* Jacob Zuma, President of South Africa* Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of UNFCCC Jean-Marc Ayrault, Prime Minister of France* *To be confirmed Twenty years ago, not a single NGO representative from China participated in the 1992 Rio Summit. In fact, there were no environmental NGO in China at that time. However, in recent years, the environmental NGO community has developed rapidly in China to become one of the most vibrant and vocal civil society sectors in promoting sustainable development. It has also played important roles in enabling and facilitating public participation in sustainability issues, as well as catalyzing cross-sector cooperation among youth, corporations, foundations, research institutes and media. This side event, as part of the ?China Going Green? Dialogues and based on the findings of the collaborative report by Chinese NGOs reviewing sustainable development over the past 20 years, will address the current state of public participation in sustainable development, the roles and challenges of NGOs, and the future of green citizenship in China The intersection of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), with the challenges of environmental, social and economic sustainability forms a critical nexus for the future of sustainable development and poverty eradication. Technology has long played a crucial part in economic and social development, and its evolution has continually raised the thresholds of possibility. In order to unleash the full potential of technology as an enabler for sustainable economic and social development throughout the developing world, a global strategy leveraging the power of technology is needed. The importance of sustainability has been recognized in development policy since the United Nations first Summit on that theme in the early 1990s and today it is being revived with the RIO+20 Summit that aims at securing renewed political commitment. A sustainable development approach must be holistic and analyze its three pillars: economic, social and environmental trends, and the interactions between them. The link between ICT and sustainable development recognizes the existence of both significant opportunities and threats.On the one hand, there is optimism that the ?new economy? will bring ?dematerialization?, a reduction in movement of goods, and a general decoupling of economic growth and resource use, on the other hand, there is fear that current unsustainable trends will be worsened. Without a holistic approach, the sustainable use of ICT alone will not deliver the goals of social and environmental sustainability. Common efforts from governments, civil society and businesses alike are needed. This will be a panel discussion on the framework and foundation for a World Constitution for our environment, so humanity can live in better balance with our world?s resources.

The Impact of New Technologies and ICTs on Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

RIO Panel on Humanity & Environment = Our World's Resources

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Entrepreneurship Forum on Green Business Opportunities

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

The forum aims to introduce the practice of Chinese enterprises? adoption of energy-saving and environmental-friendly technologies in the process of sustainable development so that the world may know better the unremitting efforts Chinese enterprises are making in environmental protection, ecological building and resources recycling, etc. to explore an appropriate economic development path suited to Chinese national conditions The Chinese entrepreneurs wish to build a bridge with entrepreneurs of other countries and a platform for more communication through the forum. Entrepreneurs of other countries are welcome to the forum and participate in the discussion, which we hope will enhance understanding, offer new ways for mutual-beneficial cooperation and make contributions to the sustainable development of the world. Now that over half of the world?s population lives in cities, sustainable urbanization is an important new opportunity for the UN?s efforts to advance sustainable development and poverty reduction. This side event will offer a vision for sustainable and just cities and showcase what leaders and practitioners have learned in the implementation of promising initiatives. Speakers will discuss the crucial leadership of mayors and who are scaling up successful strategies in partnership with the world?s heads of state, environmental ministers, civil society organizations, and business leaders. The Ford Foundation will discuss the role of philanthropic institutions in generating greater resources and attention to the challenges of accommodating the 2 billion additional residents that are expected to reside in the world's cities by 2050. Attendees will be invited to share their ideas about to strengthen collaboration between practitioners, leaders, and key stakeholders to achieve a vision of sustainable and just cities. Addressing one of the seven critical issues identified by UNDESA for Rio+20, the purpose of this side event is to reflect on the triple disasters in Japan in 2011 and draw lessons for governance and policy from the international to the local level for developing resilience to hazards in the context of sustainable development in a post-Rio+20 world. Considering that the discussion will focus on contemporary and forward-looking issues, the outcomes should directly inform the ongoing process for developing Sustainable Development Goals, as disaster risk reduction and resilience has been proposed as one potential goal. This session will provide training in communication and strategic collaboration for policy makers, practitioners, and scientists working to advance sustainability. Leaders who know how to locate, talk to, and build relationships with experts can obtain current information on science and technology and feedback on policy alternatives to help design and implement effective policies. Scientists who talk with leaders and practitioners can design research relevant to societal problems and provide better links between science and policy. Communications training will help scientists to present research in a concise and accessible manner. Practitioners who know how to use both policy and science can shape more effective programs. Encouraging policy makers, practitioners, and scientists to communicate with each other and to build strategic collaborative relationships will create powerful networks working toward sustainable solutions to societal problems, and will lead to more sustainable public policies and programs at all levels of governance. This event will profile some of the world?s most innovative ?natural capital partnerships? implementing integrated approaches toward the transition to green growth and green economies today. It will promote a south-south knowledge exchange and commitments from Mexico, the Coastal Eastern Africa region and Asia?s Greater Mekong Subregion. Natural ecosystems provide economically valuable services vital to human welfare such as food, water, energy, and carbon sequestration. In many of the world?s ecoregions, declines in natural capital continue, causing negative impacts that contribute to increase poverty levels. Solutions are emerging, however. Across Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin America, models for inclusive green growth are evolving through a range of integrated strategies and regional cooperation initiatives. This event will provide a forum for governments on the cutting edge of green economy innovations to profile integrated and collaborative approaches that enhance freshwater, forest, agricultural, and marine resources ? the vital building blocks of a sustainable future. The main purpose of this workshop is to present the need to invest in public policies and in practices from smallholder farmers on adaptation in order to build resilience to face climate changes. The workshop will launch an international database of experiences and practices on adaptation from different smallholder farmers around the world, which aims to share experiences so that others can replicate or adapt these practices into their contexts. There will be also a community leader to explain how the practice empowered the community to face the climate change maintaining or improving their production and lives.

The Sustainable and Just City

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Implications of the triple disaster in Japan in a post-Rio+20 world

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Advancing Sustainability through Communication and Collaboration

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Securing Food, Water and Energy in the World's Most Valued Ecoregions

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Promote Adaptation by Reducing Vulnerability and Increasing Resilience

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

We are at a turning point in which it is not only necessary to tackle global challenges, but also to address the disconnect between generations in order to produce new and greener ideas, attitudes, habits and a sense of responsibility and accountability linked to our daily actions. Today?s youth can and shall lead this shift by collaborating with previous generations. Beyond Rio+20: A Global Youth Movement for Sustainable Development 18/06/2012 11:30:00 P3-F (Riocentro) Current leaders and youth representatives have come together to make young people?s voice, interests, needs, actions, and visions a key part of Rio+20. Such cooperation efforts must continue after the UN summit. The event will therefore discuss future scenarios both in terms of priorities for the movement (SDGs, education?) and form (through the Major Groups or an independent alliance?). Feedback will be sought from other stakeholders, whose partnership will be fundamental in making a long-term youth movement flourish for a sustainable future. Mary Robinson and the Aspen Institute?s Global Leaders Council for Reproductive Health (GLC) will convene a high-level moderated dialogue to raise the profile of human development, gender and reproductive health within the Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development. Members of the GLC and other high-level leaders will speak to the role of human development and reproductive health in the new and emerging global discussion of sustainable development. Featured speakers will include: Gro Harlem Brundtland, Former Prime Minister of Norway; Musimbi Kanyoro, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Global Fund for Women; Tewodros Melesse, Director General of the International Planned Parenthood Federation; Mary Robinson, Former President of Ireland and President of the Mary Robinson Foundation ? Climate Justice; Tim Wirth, President of the United Nations Foundation. In line with Dublin/Rio conferences (1992) mandates, AMCOW has provided leadership and commitment in gender mainstreaming by elaborating the AMCOW Gender Policy and Strategy in the water sector. Many governments, civil society and development agencies have also adopted gender sensitive policies and programmes suggesting that there exists considerable knowledge and lessons learnt. GWP is currently elaborating a GWP gender Strategy for the GWP Network. AMCOW, GWP; UNDP; Cap-Net; SaciWATERs, the Center for Public Health and Climate Change at the Public Health Institute and GWA plan to convene a gender implementation event at the Rio+20 conference. The event will review progress made and facilitate information exchange on strategies, actions, approaches, partnerships/networks lessons learnt and gender mainstreaming needs. This event seeks to share knowledge so as to support Africa?s implementation of the AMCOW gender strategy and to develop an Africa network that will support AMCOW and bring these issues forward beyond RIO+20. Twenty years ago, not a single NGO representative from China participated in the 1992 Rio Summit. In fact, there were no environmental NGO in China at that time. However, in recent years, the environmental NGO community has developed rapidly in China to become one of the most vibrant and vocal civil society sectors in promoting sustainable development. It has also played important roles in enabling and facilitating public participation in sustainability issues, as well as catalyzing cross-sector cooperation among youth, corporations, foundations, research institutes and media. This side event, as part of the ?China Going Green? Dialogues and based on the findings of the collaborative report by Chinese NGOs reviewing sustainable development over the past 20 years, will address the current state of public participation in sustainable development, the roles and challenges of NGOs, and the future of green citizenship in China

Sustainability Revisited: Population, Reproductive Health & the Planet

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Dublin Rio Principles, where do we stand, what lessons learned

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Review of China's Sustainable Development 1992 - 2011: A perspective from Chinese civil society

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

The intersection of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), with the challenges of environmental, social and economic sustainability forms a critical nexus for the future of sustainable development and poverty eradication. Technology has long played a crucial part in economic and social development, and its evolution has continually raised the thresholds of possibility. In order to unleash the full potential of technology as an enabler for sustainable economic and social development throughout the developing world, a global strategy leveraging the power of technology is needed. The importance of sustainability has been recognized in development policy since the United Nations first Summit on that theme in the early 1990s and today it is being revived with the RIO+20 Summit that aims at securing renewed political commitment. A sustainable development approach must be holistic and analyze its three pillars: economic, social and environmental trends, and the interactions between them. The link between ICT and sustainable development recognizes the existence of both significant opportunities and threats.On the one hand, there is optimism that the ?new economy? will bring ?dematerialization?, a reduction in movement of goods, and a general decoupling of economic growth and resource use, on the other hand, there is fear that current unsustainable trends will be worsened. Without a holistic approach, the sustainable use of ICT alone will not deliver the goals of social and environmental sustainability. Common efforts from governments, civil society and businesses alike are needed. This will be a panel discussion on the framework and foundation for a World Constitution for our environment, so humanity can live in better balance with our world?s resources. The forum aims to introduce the practice of Chinese enterprises? adoption of energy-saving and environmental-friendly technologies in the process of sustainable development so that the world may know better the unremitting efforts Chinese enterprises are making in environmental protection, ecological building and resources recycling, etc. to explore an appropriate economic development path suited to Chinese national conditions The Chinese entrepreneurs wish to build a bridge with entrepreneurs of other countries and a platform for more communication through the forum. Entrepreneurs of other countries are welcome to the forum and participate in the discussion, which we hope will enhance understanding, offer new ways for mutual-beneficial cooperation and make contributions to the sustainable development of the world. Now that over half of the world?s population lives in cities, sustainable urbanization is an important new opportunity for the UN?s efforts to advance sustainable development and poverty reduction. This side event will offer a vision for sustainable and just cities and showcase what leaders and practitioners have learned in the implementation of promising initiatives. Speakers will discuss the crucial leadership of mayors and who are scaling up successful strategies in partnership with the world?s heads of state, environmental ministers, civil society organizations, and business leaders. The Ford Foundation will discuss the role of philanthropic institutions in generating greater resources and attention to the challenges of accommodating the 2 billion additional residents that are expected to reside in the world's cities by 2050. Attendees will be invited to share their ideas about to strengthen collaboration between practitioners, leaders, and key stakeholders to achieve a vision of sustainable and just cities. Addressing one of the seven critical issues identified by UNDESA for Rio+20, the purpose of this side event is to reflect on the triple disasters in Japan in 2011 and draw lessons for governance and policy from the international to the local level for developing resilience to hazards in the context of sustainable development in a post-Rio+20 world. Considering that the discussion will focus on contemporary and forward-looking issues, the outcomes should directly inform the ongoing process for developing Sustainable Development Goals, as disaster risk reduction and resilience has been proposed as one potential goal.

The Impact of New Technologies and ICTs on Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

RIO Panel on Humanity & Environment = Our World's Resources

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Entrepreneurship Forum on Green Business Opportunities

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

The Sustainable and Just City

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Implications of the triple disaster in Japan in a post-Rio+20 world

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Advancing Sustainability through Communication and Collaboration

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-6 (Riocentro)

This session will provide training in communication and strategic collaboration for policy makers, practitioners, and scientists working to advance sustainability. Leaders who know how to locate, talk to, and build relationships with experts can obtain current information on science and technology and feedback on policy alternatives to help design and implement effective policies. Scientists who talk with leaders and practitioners can design research relevant to societal problems and provide better links between science and policy. Communications training will help scientists to present research in a concise and accessible manner. Practitioners who know how to use both policy and science can shape more effective programs. Encouraging policy makers, practitioners, and scientists to communicate with each other and to build strategic collaborative relationships will create powerful networks working toward sustainable solutions to societal problems, and will lead to more sustainable public policies and programs at all levels of governance. This event will profile some of the world?s most innovative ?natural capital partnerships? implementing integrated approaches toward the transition to green growth and green economies today. It will promote a south-south knowledge exchange and commitments from Mexico, the Coastal Eastern Africa region and Asia?s Greater Mekong Subregion. Natural ecosystems provide economically valuable services vital to human welfare such as food, water, energy, and carbon sequestration. In many of the world?s ecoregions, declines in natural capital continue, causing negative impacts that contribute to increase poverty levels. Solutions are emerging, however. Across Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin America, models for inclusive green growth are evolving through a range of integrated strategies and regional cooperation initiatives. This event will provide a forum for governments on the cutting edge of green economy innovations to profile integrated and collaborative approaches that enhance freshwater, forest, agricultural, and marine resources ? the vital building blocks of a sustainable future. The main purpose of this workshop is to present the need to invest in public policies and in practices from smallholder farmers on adaptation in order to build resilience to face climate changes. The workshop will launch an international database of experiences and practices on adaptation from different smallholder farmers around the world, which aims to share experiences so that others can replicate or adapt these practices into their contexts. There will be also a community leader to explain how the practice empowered the community to face the climate change maintaining or improving their production and lives. We are at a turning point in which it is not only necessary to tackle global challenges, but also to address the disconnect between generations in order to produce new and greener ideas, attitudes, habits and a sense of responsibility and accountability linked to our daily actions. Today?s youth can and shall lead this shift by collaborating with previous generations. Current leaders and youth representatives have come together to make young people?s voice, interests, needs, actions, and visions a key part of Rio+20. Such cooperation efforts must continue after the UN summit. The event will therefore discuss future scenarios both in terms of priorities for the movement (SDGs, education?) and form (through the Major Groups or an independent alliance?). Feedback will be sought from other stakeholders, whose partnership will be fundamental in making a long-term youth movement flourish for a sustainable future. Mary Robinson and the Aspen Institute?s Global Leaders Council for Reproductive Health (GLC) will convene a high-level moderated dialogue to raise the profile of human development, gender and reproductive health within the Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development. Members of the GLC and other high-level leaders will speak to the role of human development and reproductive health in the new and emerging global discussion of sustainable development.

Securing Food, Water and Energy in the World's Most Valued Ecoregions

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Promote Adaptation by Reducing Vulnerability and Increasing Resilience

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Beyond Rio+20: A Global Youth Movement for Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

Sustainability Revisited: Population, Reproductive Health & the Planet

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-10 (Riocentro)

Featured speakers will include: Gro Harlem Brundtland, Former Prime Minister of Norway; Musimbi Kanyoro, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Global Fund for Women; Tewodros Melesse, Director General of the International Planned Parenthood Federation; Mary Robinson, Former President of Ireland and President of the Mary Robinson Foundation ? Climate Justice; Tim Wirth, President of the United Nations Foundation.

Dublin Rio Principles, where do we stand, what lessons learned

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-6 (Riocentro)

In line with Dublin/Rio conferences (1992) mandates, AMCOW has provided leadership and commitment in gender mainstreaming by elaborating the AMCOW Gender Policy and Strategy in the water sector. Many governments, civil society and development agencies have also adopted gender sensitive policies and programmes suggesting that there exists considerable knowledge and lessons learnt. GWP is currently elaborating a GWP gender Strategy for the GWP Network. AMCOW, GWP; UNDP; Cap-Net; SaciWATERs, the Center for Public Health and Climate Change at the Public Health Institute and GWA plan to convene a gender implementation event at the Rio+20 conference. The event will review progress made and facilitate information exchange on strategies, actions, approaches, partnerships/networks lessons learnt and gender mainstreaming needs. This event seeks to share knowledge so as to support Africa?s implementation of the AMCOW gender strategy and to develop an Africa network that will support AMCOW and bring these issues forward beyond RIO+20. Twenty years ago, not a single NGO representative from China participated in the 1992 Rio Summit. In fact, there were no environmental NGO in China at that time. However, in recent years, the environmental NGO community has developed rapidly in China to become one of the most vibrant and vocal civil society sectors in promoting sustainable development. It has also played important roles in enabling and facilitating public participation in sustainability issues, as well as catalyzing cross-sector cooperation among youth, corporations, foundations, research institutes and media. This side event, as part of the ?China Going Green? Dialogues and based on the findings of the collaborative report by Chinese NGOs reviewing sustainable development over the past 20 years, will address the current state of public participation in sustainable development, the roles and challenges of NGOs, and the future of green citizenship in China The intersection of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), with the challenges of environmental, social and economic sustainability forms a critical nexus for the future of sustainable development and poverty eradication. Technology has long played a crucial part in economic and social development, and its evolution has continually raised the thresholds of possibility. In order to unleash the full potential of technology as an enabler for sustainable economic and social development throughout the developing world, a global strategy leveraging the power of technology is needed. The importance of sustainability has been recognized in development policy since the United Nations first Summit on that theme in the early 1990s and today it is being revived with the RIO+20 Summit that aims at securing renewed political commitment. A sustainable development approach must be holistic and analyze its three pillars: economic, social and environmental trends, and the interactions between them. The link between ICT and sustainable development recognizes the existence of both significant opportunities and threats.On the one hand, there is optimism that the ?new economy? will bring ?dematerialization?, a reduction in movement of goods, and a general decoupling of economic growth and resource use, on the other hand, there is fear that current unsustainable trends will be worsened. Without a holistic approach, the sustainable use of ICT alone will not deliver the goals of social and environmental sustainability. Common efforts from governments, civil society and businesses alike are needed. This will be a panel discussion on the framework and foundation for a World Constitution for our environment, so humanity can live in better balance with our world?s resources. The forum aims to introduce the practice of Chinese enterprises? adoption of energy-saving and environmental-friendly technologies in the process of sustainable development so that the world may know better the unremitting efforts Chinese enterprises are making in environmental protection, ecological building and resources recycling, etc. to explore an appropriate economic development path suited to Chinese national conditions The Chinese entrepreneurs wish to build a bridge with entrepreneurs of other countries and a platform for more communication through the forum. Entrepreneurs of other countries are welcome to the forum and participate in the discussion, which we hope will enhance understanding, offer new ways for mutual-beneficial cooperation and make contributions to the sustainable development of the world.

Review of China's Sustainable Development 1992 - 2011: A perspective from Chinese civil society

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

The Impact of New Technologies and ICTs on Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

RIO Panel on Humanity & Environment = Our World's Resources

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Entrepreneurship Forum on Green Business Opportunities

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

The Sustainable and Just City

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

Now that over half of the world?s population lives in cities, sustainable urbanization is an important new opportunity for the UN?s efforts to advance sustainable development and poverty reduction. This side event will offer a vision for sustainable and just cities and showcase what leaders and practitioners have learned in the implementation of promising initiatives. Speakers will discuss the crucial leadership of mayors and who are scaling up successful strategies in partnership with the world?s heads of state, environmental ministers, civil society organizations, and business leaders. The Ford Foundation will discuss the role of philanthropic institutions in generating greater resources and attention to the challenges of accommodating the 2 billion additional residents that are expected to reside in the world's cities by 2050. Attendees will be invited to share their ideas about to strengthen collaboration between practitioners, leaders, and key stakeholders to achieve a vision of sustainable and just cities. Addressing one of the seven critical issues identified by UNDESA for Rio+20, the purpose of this side event is to reflect on the triple disasters in Japan in 2011 and draw lessons for governance and policy from the international to the local level for developing resilience to hazards in the context of sustainable development in a post-Rio+20 world. Considering that the discussion will focus on contemporary and forward-looking issues, the outcomes should directly inform the ongoing process for developing Sustainable Development Goals, as disaster risk reduction and resilience has been proposed as one potential goal. This session will provide training in communication and strategic collaboration for policy makers, practitioners, and scientists working to advance sustainability. Leaders who know how to locate, talk to, and build relationships with experts can obtain current information on science and technology and feedback on policy alternatives to help design and implement effective policies. Scientists who talk with leaders and practitioners can design research relevant to societal problems and provide better links between science and policy. Communications training will help scientists to present research in a concise and accessible manner. Practitioners who know how to use both policy and science can shape more effective programs. Encouraging policy makers, practitioners, and scientists to communicate with each other and to build strategic collaborative relationships will create powerful networks working toward sustainable solutions to societal problems, and will lead to more sustainable public policies and programs at all levels of governance. This event will profile some of the world?s most innovative ?natural capital partnerships? implementing integrated approaches toward the transition to green growth and green economies today. It will promote a south-south knowledge exchange and commitments from Mexico, the Coastal Eastern Africa region and Asia?s Greater Mekong Subregion. Natural ecosystems provide economically valuable services vital to human welfare such as food, water, energy, and carbon sequestration. In many of the world?s ecoregions, declines in natural capital continue, causing negative impacts that contribute to increase poverty levels. Solutions are emerging, however. Across Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin America, models for inclusive green growth are evolving through a range of integrated strategies and regional cooperation initiatives. This event will provide a forum for governments on the cutting edge of green economy innovations to profile integrated and collaborative approaches that enhance freshwater, forest, agricultural, and marine resources ? the vital building blocks of a sustainable future. The main purpose of this workshop is to present the need to invest in public policies and in practices from smallholder farmers on adaptation in order to build resilience to face climate changes. The workshop will launch an international database of experiences and practices on adaptation from different smallholder farmers around the world, which aims to share experiences so that others can replicate or adapt these practices into their contexts. There will be also a community leader to explain how the practice empowered the community to face the climate change maintaining or improving their production and lives. We are at a turning point in which it is not only necessary to tackle global challenges, but also to address the disconnect between generations in order to produce new and greener ideas, attitudes, habits and a sense of responsibility and accountability linked to our daily actions. Today?s youth can and shall lead this shift by collaborating with previous generations. Current leaders and youth representatives have come together to make young people?s voice, interests, needs, actions, and visions a key part of Rio+20. Such cooperation efforts must continue after the UN summit. The event will therefore discuss future scenarios both in terms of priorities for the movement (SDGs, education?) and form (through the Major Groups or an independent alliance?). Feedback will be sought from other stakeholders, whose partnership will be fundamental in making a long-term youth movement flourish for a sustainable future.

Implications of the triple disaster in Japan in a post-Rio+20 world

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Advancing Sustainability through Communication and Collaboration

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Securing Food, Water and Energy in the World's Most Valued Ecoregions

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Promote Adaptation by Reducing Vulnerability and Increasing Resilience

18/06/2012

11:30:00

T-6 (Riocentro)

Beyond Rio+20: A Global Youth Movement for Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

Mary Robinson and the Aspen Institute?s Global Leaders Council for Reproductive Health (GLC) will convene a high-level moderated dialogue to raise the profile of human development, gender and reproductive health within the Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development. Members of the GLC and other high-level leaders will speak to the role of human development and reproductive health in the new and emerging global discussion of sustainable development. Sustainability Revisited: Population, Reproductive Health & the Planet 18/06/2012 11:30:00 T-10 (Riocentro) Featured speakers will include: Gro Harlem Brundtland, Former Prime Minister of Norway; Musimbi Kanyoro, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Global Fund for Women; Tewodros Melesse, Director General of the International Planned Parenthood Federation; Mary Robinson, Former President of Ireland and President of the Mary Robinson Foundation ? Climate Justice; Tim Wirth, President of the United Nations Foundation. In line with Dublin/Rio conferences (1992) mandates, AMCOW has provided leadership and commitment in gender mainstreaming by elaborating the AMCOW Gender Policy and Strategy in the water sector. Many governments, civil society and development agencies have also adopted gender sensitive policies and programmes suggesting that there exists considerable knowledge and lessons learnt. GWP is currently elaborating a GWP gender Strategy for the GWP Network. AMCOW, GWP; UNDP; Cap-Net; SaciWATERs, the Center for Public Health and Climate Change at the Public Health Institute and GWA plan to convene a gender implementation event at the Rio+20 conference. The event will review progress made and facilitate information exchange on strategies, actions, approaches, partnerships/networks lessons learnt and gender mainstreaming needs. This event seeks to share knowledge so as to support Africa?s implementation of the AMCOW gender strategy and to develop an Africa network that will support AMCOW and bring these issues forward beyond RIO+20.

Dublin Rio Principles, where do we stand, what lessons learned

18/06/2012

11:30:00

P3-6 (Riocentro)

Debates Cpula dos Prefeitos: Rumo a um Futuro de Baixo Carbono III - "Carta do Rio para a Sustentabilidade" Cpula dos Prefeitos: Rumo a um Futuro de Baixo Carbono Almoo Sesso VDEO-SHOW Healthy Women, Healthy Planet: Women's Empowerment, Reproductive Health

18/06/2012 18/06/2012 18/06/2012 18/06/2012 18/06/2012

11:30:00 12:00:00 12:30:00 13:00:00 13:15:00

Auditrio da Embrapa Solos Forte de Copacabana Forte de Copacabana Parque dos Atletas Arena da Barra Evento Fechado Evento Fechado Sesso VDEO-SHOW Room UN2 Women are instrumental in determining a family?s ability to survive and effectively cope with the impacts of climate change. Access to reproductive health and family planning is an important part of strengthening women?s capacity as leaders in sustainable development, yet in too many places around the world women?s access to these services is limited. Reducing unintended pregnancies and giving families the tools to determine family size can improve socio-economic status of women, reduce strain on the environment, and improve conservation of resources ? all of which make significant contributions to sustainable development and resilience in the face of a changing climate. Funbio works with companies in Brazil that are implementing projects that go beyond philanthropy or social environmental corporate responsibility. These companies are considering biodiversity conservation and climate change impacts as key elements of their strategies, designing long term plans for the development of the territories where they are located or influential. These projects include the design of sustainable development plans for the territories, but also the creation and implementation of financial mechanisms to support these plans, as well as participative governance models to get local communities, government authorities and other partners involved. Three companies will present their experiences in a systematized way, allowing the audience to evaluate the convergences and specific aspects of the three cases. Women are instrumental in determining a family?s ability to survive and effectively cope with the impacts of climate change. Access to reproductive health and family planning is an important part of strengthening women?s capacity as leaders in sustainable development, yet in too many places around the world women?s access to these services is limited. Reducing unintended pregnancies and giving families the tools to determine family size can improve socio-economic status of women, reduce strain on the environment, and improve conservation of resources ? all of which make significant contributions to sustainable development and resilience in the face of a changing climate.

Healthy Women, Healthy Planet: Women's Empowerment, Reproductive Healt

18/06/2012

13:15:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Incorporating Biodiversity into Business - cases in Brazil

18/06/2012

13:15:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Healthy Women, Healthy Planet: Women's Empowerment, Reproductive Healt

18/06/2012

13:15:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Incorporating Biodiversity into Business - cases in Brazil

18/06/2012

13:15:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Funbio works with companies in Brazil that are implementing projects that go beyond philanthropy or social environmental corporate responsibility. These companies are considering biodiversity conservation and climate change impacts as key elements of their strategies, designing long term plans for the development of the territories where they are located or influential. These projects include the design of sustainable development plans for the territories, but also the creation and implementation of financial mechanisms to support these plans, as well as participative governance models to get local communities, government authorities and other partners involved. Three companies will present their experiences in a systematized way, allowing the audience to evaluate the convergences and specific aspects of the three cases. Women are instrumental in determining a family?s ability to survive and effectively cope with the impacts of climate change. Access to reproductive health and family planning is an important part of strengthening women?s capacity as leaders in sustainable development, yet in too many places around the world women?s access to these services is limited. Reducing unintended pregnancies and giving families the tools to determine family size can improve socio-economic status of women, reduce strain on the environment, and improve conservation of resources ? all of which make significant contributions to sustainable development and resilience in the face of a changing climate. Funbio works with companies in Brazil that are implementing projects that go beyond philanthropy or social environmental corporate responsibility. These companies are considering biodiversity conservation and climate change impacts as key elements of their strategies, designing long term plans for the development of the territories where they are located or influential. These projects include the design of sustainable development plans for the territories, but also the creation and implementation of financial mechanisms to support these plans, as well as participative governance models to get local communities, government authorities and other partners involved. Three companies will present their experiences in a systematized way, allowing the audience to evaluate the convergences and specific aspects of the three cases. Promotion of the green economy is one major means by which the current economy in Africa can make the transition to sustainable economic development. As has been widely acknowledged, although Africa has contributed least to global climate change, it has suffered disproportionately from its adverse effects. The challenges of adaptation and mitigation are therefore particularly urgent for Africa. The continent has 60 percent of the world?s arable land; 20 percent of its forest reserves; 20 percent of the global land mass; 40 percent of the world?s biodiversity and more than half of the world?s clean energy potential. A new paradigm is needed to ensure that countries maximize the potential benefits that the green economy could provide. A green economy with the vast untapped natural resources represent a paradigm shift in promoting clean and renewable energy, creation of employment and conservation of the continent?s natural resources. As the economic crisis continues to give rise to government spending cuts in many countries, increased attention is being paid to military budgets. The global military expenditure in 2010 has reached a historic high of $1630 billion. This is 5 times more than what we would need to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. This side event will show the effects of armed conflicts and weapons on development and explain an innovative way to finance programmes for sustainable development: by reducing military spending. This side event will highlight an independent study regarding the impact of energy-related pollution on human health. It will demonstrate that Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LP Gas or LPG) can help to reduce negative health impacts particularly those stemming from cooking with traditional fuels and biomass while providing access to clean, modern energy that is necessary for sustainable development.

Healthy Women, Healthy Planet: Women's Empowerment, Reproductive Healt

18/06/2012

13:15:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Incorporating Biodiversity into Business - cases in Brazil

18/06/2012

13:15:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Promoting a Green Economy in Africa, LDCs, SIDS and LLDCS/Challenges/O

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Disarmament for Development

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

LP Gas: An exceptional energy for improving health and development

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

LP Gas is a clean-burning, low carbon and efficient fuel and a vital source of energy for hundreds of millions of people throughout the world. It is modern and safe and can be used anywhere. It is also available immediately, without large investments in R&D, technology, time or infrastructure. It is portable and can be transported, stored and used virtually anywhere without large investments in infrastructure making it ideal for solving development issues and improving the life and health of millions of people who currently lack access to modern forms of energy. Cities currently spend around 10% of their GDP on their annual energy bill. How can this be reduced whilst also enhancing competitiveness and creating employment? What are the most cost and carbon effective options? What is the business case for major investments and how much would they cut the carbon emissions of cities?

The Economics of Low Carbon Cities

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Renewable Energy Use in Rural Isolated Communities

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

The side event will provide an important opportunity to show-case and discuss projects and programmes being implemented to promote the use of renewable energy in rural isolated communities in Bolivia and in other developing countries of the world. The Minister of Hydrocarbons and Energy and the Vice Ministry of Electricity and Alternative Energies are tentatively expected to participate. Soils are the basis for life on earth. They ensure food, water, fibre, bioenergy production for present and future generations and play a crucial role in adaptation and mitigation strategies for climate change. However, soils have been taken for granted for too long. Over the last decades they have been degraded by mismanagement, jeopardizing this essential finite natural resource and its ecosystem services. Nowadays, land degradation directly affects 1.5 billion people. They include 74% of the poor in the world, therefore soil conservation has a very direct link to poverty eradication. At this event the relevance of soils will be presented in a vivid and intuitive way. First-hand insights from Ethiopia will be provided that show to delegates and the media that fertile soils are the basis for an economically, ecologically and socially sustainable development. Last decades have seen agriculture being transformed into an industrial activity, which has created hegemony of corporate interests and benefitted big business, starving countries and communities and creating unrest. The panel discussion will talk sustainable agriculture and right to food should be the first charge on sustainable development. Implementing the MAEs Conventions requires the collection, analysis and understanding of a huge amount of environmental information. This information is essential for a better understanding of the scientific background around the environmental issues, but also to serve decision-making and to enable sustainable development plans to be put in place. Earth Observation satellites provide ways to improve the implementation of the MEAs, such as continuous observations of essential environmental variables, the building of long-term archives of historical satellite data, and the provision of synoptic and comparable environmental information without infringing on national sovereignties. The Side Event will be organised along some keynote speeches and round table discussions on how Space Observations improve the assessment and the monitoring of essential ?climate change?, ?biodiversity? and ? land degradation? variables. Such an event would allow to increase awareness and share views on the importance of satellite observations for the implementation of the Rio Conventions. The political economy of energy aided by international finance, trade and aid has been the principal reasons for unsustainable development. The panel will discuss how equity in energy is of paramount importance for the cherished goal of energy for all and for sustainable development. The panel will argue that equity in access to energy at international and sub national levels through fundamental changes in the patterns of production and consumption should be the first goal for sustainable development. El Panel sobre la Experiencia de Recuperacin y Conservacin de la Cobertura Boscosa en Centro Amrica y Republica Dominicana: Caso de la Republica Dominicana. Ser un espacio para presentar los resultados y lecciones aprendidas de la ejecucin de las polticas de los pases participantes, con atencin en la experiencia de la Republica Dominicana, orientada a la recuperacin y conservacin de la cobertura forestal utilizando varios instrumentos incluyendo el Pago por Servicios Ambientales. Consiste en un panel de expertos de alto nivel y de tomadores de decisiones de las instancias institucionales nacionales y regionales vinculadas o responsable de la gestin ambiental, tomando como base la presentacin de un estudio de cobertura forestal de la Republica Dominicana y las polticas asociadas. The purpose of this side event is to explore the importance of mainstreaming BioDiversity to raise public understanding of BioDiversity. This session will highlight and introduce 1000 Days for the Planet, a global educational and awareness raising project launched in the context of the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity. At its heart is a three-year worldwide sailing expedition on the oceanographic vessel Sedna IV and a programme that combines science, education and public entertainment/documentary. The project will reach out to the general public through a multidimensional platform of exhibitions, educational activities, film and television productions, and online videoconferencing with the ship?s scientists. Examples of mainstreaming BioDiversity at the local level will also be presented through the Ontario Project ?The Halton Peel BioDiversity Network?, and Canadian Youth efforts to mainstream BioDiversity.

Fertile Soil for our Future: nourish our people - nurture our planet

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Sustainable Agriculture and Food; First for Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Space Observations in support to the Rio Conventions

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Energy for all; Equity as fundamental goal

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Panel sobre la Experiencia de Recuperacion y Conservacion de la Cobertura Boscosa en Centro Amrica y Republica Dominicana: Caso de la Republica Dominicana

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

Mainstreaming BioDiversity for a Sustainable Future

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Promoting a Green Economy in Africa, LDCs, SIDS and LLDCS/Challenges/O

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Promotion of the green economy is one major means by which the current economy in Africa can make the transition to sustainable economic development. As has been widely acknowledged, although Africa has contributed least to global climate change, it has suffered disproportionately from its adverse effects. The challenges of adaptation and mitigation are therefore particularly urgent for Africa. The continent has 60 percent of the world?s arable land; 20 percent of its forest reserves; 20 percent of the global land mass; 40 percent of the world?s biodiversity and more than half of the world?s clean energy potential. A new paradigm is needed to ensure that countries maximize the potential benefits that the green economy could provide. A green economy with the vast untapped natural resources represent a paradigm shift in promoting clean and renewable energy, creation of employment and conservation of the continent?s natural resources. As the economic crisis continues to give rise to government spending cuts in many countries, increased attention is being paid to military budgets. The global military expenditure in 2010 has reached a historic high of $1630 billion. This is 5 times more than what we would need to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. This side event will show the effects of armed conflicts and weapons on development and explain an innovative way to finance programmes for sustainable development: by reducing military spending. This side event will highlight an independent study regarding the impact of energy-related pollution on human health. It will demonstrate that Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LP Gas or LPG) can help to reduce negative health impacts particularly those stemming from cooking with traditional fuels and biomass while providing access to clean, modern energy that is necessary for sustainable development.

Disarmament for Development

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

LP Gas: An exceptional energy for improving health and development

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-A (Riocentro)

LP Gas is a clean-burning, low carbon and efficient fuel and a vital source of energy for hundreds of millions of people throughout the world. It is modern and safe and can be used anywhere. It is also available immediately, without large investments in R&D, technology, time or infrastructure. It is portable and can be transported, stored and used virtually anywhere without large investments in infrastructure making it ideal for solving development issues and improving the life and health of millions of people who currently lack access to modern forms of energy. Cities currently spend around 10% of their GDP on their annual energy bill. How can this be reduced whilst also enhancing competitiveness and creating employment? What are the most cost and carbon effective options? What is the business case for major investments and how much would they cut the carbon emissions of cities? The side event will provide an important opportunity to show-case and discuss projects and programmes being implemented to promote the use of renewable energy in rural isolated communities in Bolivia and in other developing countries of the world. The Minister of Hydrocarbons and Energy and the Vice Ministry of Electricity and Alternative Energies are tentatively expected to participate. Soils are the basis for life on earth. They ensure food, water, fibre, bioenergy production for present and future generations and play a crucial role in adaptation and mitigation strategies for climate change. However, soils have been taken for granted for too long. Over the last decades they have been degraded by mismanagement, jeopardizing this essential finite natural resource and its ecosystem services. Nowadays, land degradation directly affects 1.5 billion people. They include 74% of the poor in the world, therefore soil conservation has a very direct link to poverty eradication. At this event the relevance of soils will be presented in a vivid and intuitive way. First-hand insights from Ethiopia will be provided that show to delegates and the media that fertile soils are the basis for an economically, ecologically and socially sustainable development. Last decades have seen agriculture being transformed into an industrial activity, which has created hegemony of corporate interests and benefitted big business, starving countries and communities and creating unrest. The panel discussion will talk sustainable agriculture and right to food should be the first charge on sustainable development.

The Economics of Low Carbon Cities

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Renewable Energy Use in Rural Isolated Communities

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Fertile Soil for our Future: nourish our people - nurture our planet

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Sustainable Agriculture and Food; First for Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Space Observations in support to the Rio Conventions

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Implementing the MAEs Conventions requires the collection, analysis and understanding of a huge amount of environmental information. This information is essential for a better understanding of the scientific background around the environmental issues, but also to serve decision-making and to enable sustainable development plans to be put in place. Earth Observation satellites provide ways to improve the implementation of the MEAs, such as continuous observations of essential environmental variables, the building of long-term archives of historical satellite data, and the provision of synoptic and comparable environmental information without infringing on national sovereignties. The Side Event will be organised along some keynote speeches and round table discussions on how Space Observations improve the assessment and the monitoring of essential ?climate change?, ?biodiversity? and ? land degradation? variables. Such an event would allow to increase awareness and share views on the importance of satellite observations for the implementation of the Rio Conventions. The political economy of energy aided by international finance, trade and aid has been the principal reasons for unsustainable development. The panel will discuss how equity in energy is of paramount importance for the cherished goal of energy for all and for sustainable development. The panel will argue that equity in access to energy at international and sub national levels through fundamental changes in the patterns of production and consumption should be the first goal for sustainable development. El Panel sobre la Experiencia de Recuperacin y Conservacin de la Cobertura Boscosa en Centro Amrica y Republica Dominicana: Caso de la Republica Dominicana. Ser un espacio para presentar los resultados y lecciones aprendidas de la ejecucin de las polticas de los pases participantes, con atencin en la experiencia de la Republica Dominicana, orientada a la recuperacin y conservacin de la cobertura forestal utilizando varios instrumentos incluyendo el Pago por Servicios Ambientales. Consiste en un panel de expertos de alto nivel y de tomadores de decisiones de las instancias institucionales nacionales y regionales vinculadas o responsable de la gestin ambiental, tomando como base la presentacin de un estudio de cobertura forestal de la Republica Dominicana y las polticas asociadas. The purpose of this side event is to explore the importance of mainstreaming BioDiversity to raise public understanding of BioDiversity. This session will highlight and introduce 1000 Days for the Planet, a global educational and awareness raising project launched in the context of the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity. At its heart is a three-year worldwide sailing expedition on the oceanographic vessel Sedna IV and a programme that combines science, education and public entertainment/documentary. The project will reach out to the general public through a multidimensional platform of exhibitions, educational activities, film and television productions, and online videoconferencing with the ship?s scientists. Examples of mainstreaming BioDiversity at the local level will also be presented through the Ontario Project ?The Halton Peel BioDiversity Network?, and Canadian Youth efforts to mainstream BioDiversity.

Energy for all; Equity as fundamental goal

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

Panel sobre la Experiencia de Recuperacion y Conservacion de la Cobertura Boscosa en Centro Amrica y Republica Dominicana: Caso de la Republica Dominicana

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

Mainstreaming BioDiversity for a Sustainable Future

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Promoting a Green Economy in Africa, LDCs, SIDS and LLDCS/Challenges/O

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Promotion of the green economy is one major means by which the current economy in Africa can make the transition to sustainable economic development. As has been widely acknowledged, although Africa has contributed least to global climate change, it has suffered disproportionately from its adverse effects. The challenges of adaptation and mitigation are therefore particularly urgent for Africa. The continent has 60 percent of the world?s arable land; 20 percent of its forest reserves; 20 percent of the global land mass; 40 percent of the world?s biodiversity and more than half of the world?s clean energy potential. A new paradigm is needed to ensure that countries maximize the potential benefits that the green economy could provide. A green economy with the vast untapped natural resources represent a paradigm shift in promoting clean and renewable energy, creation of employment and conservation of the continent?s natural resources. As the economic crisis continues to give rise to government spending cuts in many countries, increased attention is being paid to military budgets. The global military expenditure in 2010 has reached a historic high of $1630 billion. This is 5 times more than what we would need to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. This side event will show the effects of armed conflicts and weapons on development and explain an innovative way to finance programmes for sustainable development: by reducing military spending.

Disarmament for Development

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-4 (Riocentro)

This side event will highlight an independent study regarding the impact of energy-related pollution on human health. It will demonstrate that Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LP Gas or LPG) can help to reduce negative health impacts particularly those stemming from cooking with traditional fuels and biomass while providing access to clean, modern energy that is necessary for sustainable development. LP Gas: An exceptional energy for improving health and development 18/06/2012 13:30:00 P3-A (Riocentro) LP Gas is a clean-burning, low carbon and efficient fuel and a vital source of energy for hundreds of millions of people throughout the world. It is modern and safe and can be used anywhere. It is also available immediately, without large investments in R&D, technology, time or infrastructure. It is portable and can be transported, stored and used virtually anywhere without large investments in infrastructure making it ideal for solving development issues and improving the life and health of millions of people who currently lack access to modern forms of energy. Cities currently spend around 10% of their GDP on their annual energy bill. How can this be reduced whilst also enhancing competitiveness and creating employment? What are the most cost and carbon effective options? What is the business case for major investments and how much would they cut the carbon emissions of cities? The side event will provide an important opportunity to show-case and discuss projects and programmes being implemented to promote the use of renewable energy in rural isolated communities in Bolivia and in other developing countries of the world. The Minister of Hydrocarbons and Energy and the Vice Ministry of Electricity and Alternative Energies are tentatively expected to participate. Soils are the basis for life on earth. They ensure food, water, fibre, bioenergy production for present and future generations and play a crucial role in adaptation and mitigation strategies for climate change. However, soils have been taken for granted for too long. Over the last decades they have been degraded by mismanagement, jeopardizing this essential finite natural resource and its ecosystem services. Nowadays, land degradation directly affects 1.5 billion people. They include 74% of the poor in the world, therefore soil conservation has a very direct link to poverty eradication. At this event the relevance of soils will be presented in a vivid and intuitive way. First-hand insights from Ethiopia will be provided that show to delegates and the media that fertile soils are the basis for an economically, ecologically and socially sustainable development. Last decades have seen agriculture being transformed into an industrial activity, which has created hegemony of corporate interests and benefitted big business, starving countries and communities and creating unrest. The panel discussion will talk sustainable agriculture and right to food should be the first charge on sustainable development. Implementing the MAEs Conventions requires the collection, analysis and understanding of a huge amount of environmental information. This information is essential for a better understanding of the scientific background around the environmental issues, but also to serve decision-making and to enable sustainable development plans to be put in place. Earth Observation satellites provide ways to improve the implementation of the MEAs, such as continuous observations of essential environmental variables, the building of long-term archives of historical satellite data, and the provision of synoptic and comparable environmental information without infringing on national sovereignties. The Side Event will be organised along some keynote speeches and round table discussions on how Space Observations improve the assessment and the monitoring of essential ?climate change?, ?biodiversity? and ? land degradation? variables. Such an event would allow to increase awareness and share views on the importance of satellite observations for the implementation of the Rio Conventions. The political economy of energy aided by international finance, trade and aid has been the principal reasons for unsustainable development. The panel will discuss how equity in energy is of paramount importance for the cherished goal of energy for all and for sustainable development. The panel will argue that equity in access to energy at international and sub national levels through fundamental changes in the patterns of production and consumption should be the first goal for sustainable development.

The Economics of Low Carbon Cities

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Renewable Energy Use in Rural Isolated Communities

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-3 (Riocentro)

Fertile Soil for our Future: nourish our people - nurture our planet

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-E (Riocentro)

Sustainable Agriculture and Food; First for Sustainable Development

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-9 (Riocentro)

Space Observations in support to the Rio Conventions

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-8 (Riocentro)

Energy for all; Equity as fundamental goal

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-B (Riocentro)

El Panel sobre la Experiencia de Recuperacin y Conservacin de la Cobertura Boscosa en Centro Amrica y Republica Dominicana: Caso de la Republica Dominicana. Ser un espacio para presentar los resultados y lecciones aprendidas de la ejecucin de las polticas de los pases participantes, con atencin en la experiencia de la Republica Dominicana, orientada a la recuperacin y conservacin de la cobertura forestal utilizando varios instrumentos incluyendo el Pago por Servicios Ambientales. Consiste en un panel de expertos de alto nivel y de tomadores de decisiones de las instancias institucionales nacionales y regionales vinculadas o responsable de la gestin ambiental, tomando como base la presentacin de un estudio de cobertura forestal de la Republica Dominicana y las polticas asociadas. The purpose of this side event is to explore the importance of mainstreaming BioDiversity to raise public understanding of BioDiversity. This session will highlight and introduce 1000 Days for the Planet, a global educational and awareness raising project launched in the context of the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity. At its heart is a three-year worldwide sailing expedition on the oceanographic vessel Sedna IV and a programme that combines science, education and public entertainment/documentary. The project will reach out to the general public through a multidimensional platform of exhibitions, educational activities, film and television productions, and online videoconferencing with the ship?s scientists. Examples of mainstreaming BioDiversity at the local level will also be presented through the Ontario Project ?The Halton Peel BioDiversity Network?, and Canadian Youth efforts to mainstream BioDiversity.

Panel sobre la Experiencia de Recuperacion y Conservacion de la Cobertura Boscosa en Centro Amrica y Republica Dominicana: Caso de la Republica Dominicana

18/06/2012

13:30:00

P3-F (Riocentro)

Mainstreaming BioDiversity for a Sustainable Future

18/06/2012

13:30:00

T-2 (Riocentro)

Seminrio SEBRAE + 20

18/06/2012

14:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

Debate sobre a importncia das micro e pequenas empresas para o desenvolvimento sustentvel. Sustentabilidade significa, entre muitos outros fatores, a reduo na mo de obra e nos custos com manuteno dos sistemas de iluminao. Significa tambm a diminuio no consumo de energia eltrica ao alimentar as fontes de luz e a reduo dos custos com ar condicionado (em consequncia de menores nveis de calor gerados com as novas fontes de luz LED). O problema crescente da escassez global de gua criou um novo sentido de urgncia entre muitas empresas com produo em reas com escassez de gua. Nos ltimos anos temos visto um aumento do interesse por parte do setor privado em desenvolver estratgias de gesto de gua e calcular a escassez de gua como um risco crescente para os investimentos e as atividades empresariais. Um nmero crescente de empresas reconhece que importante ser proativo e desenvolver padres de uso da gua para evitar futuras perdas econmicas devido a diminuio e a poluio dos recursos hdricos e juntamente com uma legislao mais dura. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Karin Lexen (Swedish Water House) e Lisa Svensson (Swedish Parttnership for Global Responsibility). A primeira palestrante, Dr. Snia Maria Andrade dos Santos do 6o Ofcio de Registro de Ttulos e Documentos sempre acreditou que o cidado seguro um cidado feliz. Para colocar em prtica sua filosofia de vida, nasce em 2006 o projeto Registro de Documentos em Ao, de sua autoria, em parceria com Defensoria Pblica do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, que garante sem nus ao cidado o registro da declarao de posse para moradores de comunidades carentes, partindo do princpio de que sustentabilidade comea com documento. A palestra apontar para a importncia do comprometimento com o social e convocar o espectador para ser parte da soluo do problema. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Sonia Maria Andrade do Santos Oficiala - 6o Ofcio de Registro de Ttulos e Documentos, Francisco Horta Filho - Defensor Pblico, Defensoria Pblica Geral do Estado do Rio de Janeiro.

Iluminao Sustentvel

18/06/2012

14:00:00

Aterro do Flamengo

Uso sustentvel da gua na produo txtil um case para cooperao

18/06/2012

14:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

Registro de Documentos em ao: Sustentabilidade na Moradia

18/06/2012

14:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

Seminrio SEBRAE+20

18/06/2012

14:00:00

Parque dos Atletas

O Seminrio Sebrae+20 apresentar e debater as aes que o Sistema Sebrae e seus parceiros realizam para consolidarem a sustentabilidade como um valor dentre os empreendedores de pequeno porte, atribuindo-lhes mais capacidade competitiva ao mesmo tempo em que concorrem para uma sociedade mais justa e para o uso mais racional e eficiente dos recursos naturais. Reconhecendo ser este um imenso desafio e que apresenta mltiplas dinmicas que esto alterando a realidade social, ambiental e econmica, numa velocidade nunca antes conhecida, o Sebrae convida trs experientes instituies internacionais no tema para compartilharem suas iniciativas e debaterem os caminhos para a sustentabilidade dos pequenos negcios neste novo cenrio global. So convidados a Agncia Alem de Cooperao GIZ, a Organizao Internacional do Trabalho OIT e a Rede Internacional para as Pequenas e Mdias Empresas INSME. Evento aberto ao pblico. Palestrantes: Roberto Simes Presidente do Conselho Deliberativo do Sebrae Nacional; Luiz Barreto Diretor Presidente do Sebrae Nacional; Carlos Alberto dos Santos Diretor Tcnico do Sebrae Nacional; Carsten Schmitz-Hoffmann GIZ (Agnica Alem de Cooperao); Peter Poschen OIT (Organizao Internacional do Trabalho).

Restaurao Ambiental no Estado do Rio de Janeiro Cpula dos Prefeitos: Painel IV - Ambientes propcios

18/06/2012 18/06/2012

14:00:00 14:00:00

Parque dos Atletas Forte de Copacabana

Evento Pblico Evento Fechado Esta ser a principal a vidade voltada aos rgos nacionais de juventude. A ONU apresentou a possibilidade de reforma do Regime Mul lateral de Juventude com a criao de um escritrio para um Conselheiro Especial de Juventude do Secretrio Geral e a possibilidade de novos instrumentos de par cipao social nos dilogos mul laterais. O Painel tem por obje vo provocar o debate sobre a criao do Frum e traar uma estratgia para a aprovao do mesmo pelo Conselho de Desenvolvimento Econmico e Social da ONU e pela Assembleia Geral da ONU, alm de apresentar recomendaes ao Secretrio Geral da ONU para criao do Frum. O Conselho de Desenvolvimento Econmico e Social da Presidncia da Repblica (CDES) convida para participao nos debates This symposium organized by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS) and the Fundao Getulio Vargas (FGV) will discu