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Predsjednik Vlade Andrej Plenković na 'One Planet Summitu' u Parizu

Predavanje predsjednika Vlade Andreja Plenkovića na Institutu političkih znanosti na temu 'Hrvatske perspektive i iskustva četiri godine nakon pristupanja Europskoj uniji'

Predsjednik Vlade Andrej Plenković na „One Planet Summitu“ u Parizu

https://vlada.gov.hr/vijesti/predsjednik-vlade-andrej-plenkovic-na-one-planet-summitu-u-parizu/23029

Predsjednik Vlade Republike Hrvatske Andrej Plenković sudjelovat će na „One Planet Summitu“ u Parizu, 11. i 12. prosinca 2017. godine. Uz predsjednika Vlade bit će ministar zaštite okoliša i energetike Tomislav Ćorić.

 Dvije godine nakon postizanja Pariškog dogovora, One Planet Summit u Parizu ponovno okuplja svjetske vođe kako bi zajedničkim naporima pronašli konkretne odgovore za zaštitu planeta. Glavni fokus bit će na poboljšanju učinkovitosti napora za smanjivanje emisija stakleničkih plinova i pronalasku rješenja za prilagodbe postojećih sustava.

 Po dolasku u Pariz, predsjednik Vlade Andrej Plenković održat će sastanak s glavnim tajnikom OECD-a Angelom Gurríom.

 Tijekom boravka u Parizu, predsjednik Vlade susrest će se s predstavnicima Parlamentarne skupine prijateljstva između Republike Hrvatske i Francuske Republike te s hrvatskim iseljenicima.

 Predsjednik Vlade Andrej Plenković održat će predavanje na Institutu političkih znanosti na temu „Hrvatske perspektive i iskustva četiri godine nakon pristupanja Europskoj uniji“.

Program, ponedjeljak, 11. prosinca:

13.00  Dolazak predsjednika Vlade Andreja Plenkovića u sjedište OECD-a (2 Rue André Pascal)

 Upis predsjednika Vlade u knjigu gostiju, foto prigoda

 13.05  Sastanak predsjednika Vlade Andreja Plenkovića s glavnim tajnikom OECD-a Angelom Gurríom

 14.00   Mogućnost izjava za medije predsjednika Vlade

 17.45 Susret predsjednika Vlade Andreja Plenkovića s predstavnicima Parlamentarne skupine prijateljstva između Republike Hrvatske i Francuske Republike (Veleposlanstvo Republike Hrvatske u Francuskoj Republici, Squate Thiers 7, 75116 Pariz)

 18.30  Susret predsjednika Vlade Andreja Plenkovića s hrvatskim iseljenicima (Veleposlanstvo RH u Francuskoj Republici)

 19.30 Mogućnost izjave za medije predsjednika Vlade

 

 

Utorak, 12. prosinca: 

10.45 Sastanak predsjednika Vlade Andreja Plenkovića s ravnateljem Instituta političkih znanosti „Sciences Po“ Frédéricom Mionom (Institut političkih znanosti, 27 Rue Saint-Guillaume, 75007 Paris)

 11.00 Predavanje predsjednika Vlade Andreja Plenkovića na Institutu političkih znanosti na temu „Hrvatske perspektive i iskustva četiri godine nakon pristupanja Europskoj uniji“

11.55   Dolazak predsjednika Vlade ispred glavnog ulaza u dvorište Palače Elysée gdje ga dočekuje predsjednik Francuske Republike Emanuel Macron

12.30  Ručak šefova država i vlada u organizaciji predsjednika Francuske Republike Emanuela Macrona

15.30  Plenarna sjednica One Planet Summita (Otok I'Île Seguin)

 19.00   Završetak Plenarne sjednice

 Mogućnost izjava za medije predsjednika Vlade Andreja Plenkovića 

Frédéric Mion Directeur de l'Institut d'études politiques de Paris

http://www.sciencespo.fr/en/node/75

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A WORLD CLASS SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS IN PARIS

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ONE PLANET SUMMIT

http://www.climatefinanceday.com/one-planet-summit/

December 12th, 2017

 La Seine Musicale, Île Seguin – Boulogne-Billancourt

Our challenge today is to fulfill our common destiny. Are we able to unite to take tangible action together? This should only be a rhetorical question since we do not have a plan B as there is no planet B.

On 12 December 2017, two years to the day after the historic Paris Agreement was concluded, we will provide new tangible responses to this question.

A main focus of this event will be to determine how those working in public and private finance can innovate to support and accelerate our common efforts to fight climate change.

The three aims of the One Planet Summit

1. Take tangible and collective action

There are solutions, let’s roll them out globally and locally as swiftly as possible.

2. Innovate

Let’s be creative and resourceful in adapting our systems to the inevitable changes and step up our efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

3. Support one another

We are all affected by climate change, but some of us are more vulnerable than others. Let’s work together for the good of all and increase our support even more to the countries and peoples who need it most.

How can we do this? By putting forward new and tangible actions and ideas (ClimActs) that involve all public and private stakeholders.

We are ONE planet.

Rendez vous in Paris on 12 December. See you there!

ACCELERATION!

December 11th, 2017 – Paris, France

http://www.climatefinanceday.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/cfday_programme_3pages.pdf

On 12 December 2017, the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, the President of the World Bank Group, Jim Yong Kim, and the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, will address the ecological emergency for our planet by calling together in Paris international leaders and committed citizens from around the world.

For two years to the day after the historic Paris Agreement, it is time for concrete action.

Do you know what the overview effect is? During spaceflight, astronauts have a unique vision of the Earth: a tiny sphere in the middle of the universe.

A unique and fragile ecosystem in which each and every one of us lives and breathes.

Our challenge today is to fulfil our common destiny.

Are we able to unite to take tangible action together?

This should only be a rhetorical question since we do not have a plan B as there is no planet B.

On 12 December 2017, two years to the day after the historic Paris Agreement was concluded, we will provide new tangible responses to this question.

A main focus of this event will be to determine how those working in public and private finance can innovate to support and accelerate our common efforts to fight climate change.

https://www.oneplanetsummit.fr/en

The program of December 12th

08:00-09:00

Welcoming of participants

09:00-10:30

Panel 1: Scaling-up finance for climate action

Panel 2: Greening finance for sustainable business

10:30-12:00

Panel 3: Accelerating local and regional climate action

12:00-13:30

Panel 4: Strengthening policies for ecological and inclusive transition

13:30-15:30

Lunch Break and animations

15:30-18:45

Opening speech by co-presidents

Panels restitution

Presentation of the main announcements per theme

Questions and Answers

Final words

19:00

Closing Event

La Seine Musicale

http://www.laseinemusicale.com/fr/la-destination/les-evenements-entreprises-17.html

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Panel 1

Scaling-up finance for climate action

Which instruments to mobilize funding towards low carbon and climate adaptation projects?

Today’s investments are shaping the world of tomorrow. In order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to adapt to the adverse impacts of climate change, the investments needed are in the range of trillions of dollars.

In this context, public finance has a key role to play but will not alone foster resilient and sustainable development for all. It should more specifically support the elaboration of long-term climate policies and leverage private finance.

Development finance institutions, be they national, regional, bilateral or multilateral are at the heart of this process. They have the capacity to shift financial flows towards a low-carbon economy, aligned with the Paris Agreement objectives.

The panel will demonstrate how the Paris Agreement framework sets a new mandate for public and private finance and why it is necessary to scale-up climate finance through public engagement and its leveraging effect on private investments

Co-chairs: Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister of European and International Affairs; Rémy Rioux, International Development Finance Club President; Ms. Kristalina Georgieva, World Bank Chief Executive Officer.

Panelists: M. Jean-Yves Le Drian - Minister of European and International Affairs, France; M. Frank Bainimarama - COP23 President, Prime Minister from Fiji; Ms Patricia Espinosa - Executive Secretary, UNFCCC; M. Miguel Arias Cañete - EU Commissioner for Energy and Climate; M. Rémy Rioux - President, International Development Finance Club; M. Xie Zhenhua - Special Representative on Climate Change Affairs, National Development and Reform Commission, China; M. Howard Bamsey - Executive Director, Green Climate Fund; M. Akunwumi Adesina - African Development Bank President; Ms Kristalina Georgieva - CEO, World Bank; Ms Catherine McKenna - Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Canada; M. Mustapha Bakkoury - President, Moroccan Agency For Solar Energy; Ms Varsha Purandare - CEO, SBI Capital Markets Limited;

Panel 2

Greening finance for sustainable business

How can climate issues best be included by the private sector, financial institutions and regulators in order to shift investments towards a low carbon economy?

The involvement of all actors of finance is key in the fight against climate change and for the transition towards an economy that emits less greenhouse gases and can adapt to future evolutions. All actors, from financial institutions to public authorities must continue to innovate to this end. What is at stake is to push the financial sector in taking a longer-term perspective by better accounting for climate. This dynamic can be translated through three main issues that will be discussed in the panel:

The role of finance to transform business and strengthening the dynamic on climate issues.

The improvement of financial disclosure and inclusion of climate related topics.

The mobilization of investors on climate issues and the development of new financing instruments to support the acceleration of the reduction of GHG emissions and the adaptation to climate change.

Co-chairs: Bruno Le Maire, Economy and Finances Minister, France; Valdis Dombrovskis, Vice-President for the Euro and Social Dialogue in charge of Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union, European Commission.

Panelists: Mr Bruno Le Maire - Economy and Finances Minister, France; Mr Valdis Dombrovskis - Vice-President for the Euro and Social Dialogue, also in charge of financial stability, financial services and capital market union; Ms Betty T. Yee - CalPERS board member; Ms Margaret Kuhlow - Finance practice Leader, WWF; Mr Mark Carney - Chair of the Financial Stability Board; Mr Thomas Buberl - CEO, AXA; Mr Mark Tucker - President, HSBC Group; Mr Ingve Slyngstad - CEO, Norges Bank Investment Management; Mr Nathaniel Simons - Co-Founder, Prelude Ventures and Member, Breakthrough Energy Coalition; Mr Philippe Le Houérou - CEO, International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group);

Panel 3

Accelerating local and regional climate action

How can we enable cities and territories to reach their ambitions and actively contribute to the implementation of the Paris Agreement?

The role of local and regional governments is key to reach the global objectives of the Paris Agreement as they hold all the requirements for accelerating action before 2020.

Cities, states and regions across the world are making strong commitments to take action on climate change, laying the groundwork for higher ambition by national governments. However, they do not always have clear pathways to finance the implementation of their commitments with the scale needed. Moreover, their contributions to the Paris Agreement and to National Determined Commitments (NDCs) could be better recognized.

This panel will display solutions to encourage a greater collaboration between public and private sectors and between the different levels of governments (international, national, regional and local), whose climate actions and strategies must be better aligned. It will also identify pathways for innovative finance in order to scale-up climate actions at the cities, states and regions level.

Co-chairs: Anne Hidalgo, Mayor of Paris and President of C40; Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President of the European Commission, in charge of Energy Union & co-chair of Global Covenant of Mayors;

Panelists: Ms Anne Hidalgo - Mayor of Paris and C40 Chair; M. Maroš Šefčovič - Vice-President of the European Commission, in charge of Energy Union & co-chair of Global Covenant of Mayors; M. Jean-Louis Chaussade - CEO, Suez; Gov. Edmund G. Brown, Jr. - Governor of California; M. Horacio Rodriguez Larreta - Mayor of Buenos Aires, Argentina; M. Muhammad Yunus - 2006 Nobel Peace Prize; Ms Naoko Ishii - CEO and Chairperson Global Environment Facility; Ms Isabelle Kocher - CEO, ENGIE; M. Park Won Soon - Mayor of Seoul and ICLEI President; M. Mauricio Esteban Rodas Espinel - Mayor of Quito, Ecuador; Ms Célestine Ketcha Courtès - Mayor of Bangangté, Cameroon; M. Suma Chakrabarti - President, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD);

Panel 4

Strengthening policies for ecological and inclusive transition

Which public framework to support the transition towards a low-carbon and climate resilient economy?

Governments have a fundamental role to play to ensure the objectives of the Paris Agreement. If the mobilization of all is required to meet our goals, public policies must send strong economic and political signals so that all actors can deeply change their production and consumption patterns towards low-carbon solutions. In light of climate change impacts, which are already felt, it is also crucial to strengthen resilience and adaptation to protect even more citizens from extreme climate events.

The panel will demonstrate that deep transformations are already taking place in multiple sectors, such as transports and need to amplify and accelerate! Public policies must integrate long-term horizon by fixing for instance carbon neutrality objectives. In order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, giving them a price is also necessary. Finally, resilience and the capacity of our infrastructure to cope with climate impacts must be at the heart of our concerns.

Co-chairs: Nicolas Hulot, Ecological and inclusive transition Minister, France; Rafael Pacchiano, Environment Minister, Mexico.

Panelists: M. Nicolas Hulot - Minister of Ecological and Inclusive Transition, France; M. Rafael Pacchiano - Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources, Mexico; M. Angel Gurria - Secretary General, OECD; M. Achim Steiner - Administrator, UNDP; M. Roosevelt Skerrit - Prime Minister, Dominica; M. Gemedo Dalle - Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Ethiopia; Ms Isabella Lövin - Minister for International Development and Climate, and Deputy Prime Minister, Sweden; Ms Laurence Tubiana - CEO, European Climate Foundation; Ms Monica Araya - Executive Director, Costa Rica Limpia; M. Henri Poupart-Lafarge - CEO, Alstom, Representative of the Hydrogen Council; M. Vidar Helgesen - Minister of Climate and Environment, Norway; Lord Nicholas Stern - Chairman, Grantham Research Institute; Ms Isabelle Melançon - Minister of Sustainable Development, Environment and the Fight against Climate Change, Québec; M. Bertrand Badré - CEO and Founder, Blue Orange Capital;

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