Memory sessions

Memory sessions

CCCA Jalisco concludes with great benefits

Guadalajara, Jalisco. 01 de Septiembre de 2016. The second day of activities in the Second Climate Change Summit of Americas concluded compromising all the present to continue working with their governments to reach the agreements during these dialogue sessions.   In Mexico, alliances and advancements have been significant, achieving the creation of groups of governors for the accomplishment of important growth plans to generate environmental programs around intensive stock holding of low emissions.  However, all parts must keep on working to generate new alliances with different instances outside the environmental sector that count with the vision to resolve this problematic.  ...
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Sign of the Call to Action Jalisco

 Guadalajara, Jalisco, September 1st 2016. At the end of the II Climate Change of America the representatives got united of various countries to give for concluded this summit with the Call to Action Jalisco Sign.   William Boyd, General Secretary of GCH started this ceremony saying thanks to all the participants for their support and he projected a video representing some American communities sharing their experience and messages to fight for the planet and having strategies to improve.   Jorge Aristóteles Sandoval Díaz, Governor of the State of Jalisco said thanks to all the ministries, governors, and local presidents and...
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The importance of businesses in climate action

Long term vision on the ecologic corporate investment “Sustainability plans promote the development of small and medium businesses” – Juan Carlos Camargo, adjacent director of sustainability at Walmart Mexico. Guadalajara, Jalisco. September 1st 2016. Important companies representatives, associates and assessors of the governments of America met on the second simultaneous session block due to dialog and share with the attendances the commitments related to the use of renewable energies in the private sector, due they play a main role to achieve the decrease the emission levels of GEI. There has been great efforts and great results of the national and...
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Magistral Conference – Elkin Velásquez

ONU-habitat closes the II Climate change Summit of America   Elkin Velásquez, Regional Director of the ONU-Hábitat for Latin America and the Caribbean expressed that is extremely important to make a convergence of the Urban Development Schedule and the Climate Change Schedule to allow economic growth in Latin America and the Caribbean without increasing the negative effects on the environment.   The growing tendency of the expansion of the cities is a problem that impacts directly to the emissions of pollutants due to the excessive transportation use. Velásquez mentioned that the urban policies has not been efficient enough and made...
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The importance of civil society organizations in the climate action

“Everything is important or nothing is” Is necessary to perceive and solve the issues in a macro level, not just in the general frame Guadalajara, Jalisco. September 1st 2016. One of the conferences that attracted more audience was the one given by Martha Delgado, head of the Climate global pact of cities, in which the speakers agreed that the organized civil society is a fundamental catalyst to promote the change, they propose the following points that the organized civil society should not skip on taking part, Decision making Seek of practice solutions between the government and the society Identify areas...
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Sub national weather and forest innovation, resource restoration and traditional communities

"The goal revolves around the planet, the people and economic benefit, in that order"  "What generates changes in the environment is, among other factors, the pressure of the human species"   Guadalajara, Jalisco 1 September 2016 Innovation is a recurring topic during the II Summit on Climate Change in the Americas for the subnations to achieve the expected results to ensure improvements sought to favor the environment, which is why different governments have begun to implement projects that mark the difference. Initiatives such as the PSI (Program sustentação do Investimento) implemented in Brazil, aimed at improving the conditions of production,...
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State of the environmental law in the Americas

Environmental Rule of Law  in the Americas “We haven´t been able to have an integral vision in order to unify our processes in the decision-making process”. Guadalajara, Jalisco. September 1st 2016. As part of the II Zenit of Climatic Change of the Americas, legal representatives speak of the critical role that the law plays to face these issues; the multiplicity of the legal framework in what comes to laws and rules, and its adequate and effective implementation. David W. Rivkin, President of the International Association of Lawyers, speaks of generating a new legislation to combat climatic change, he mentioned that laws...
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Effectiveness of private financing climate action

Green Bonds in the Private Sector “The climate challenge is something that is putting us all together”.- Robert Weisenmiller   Guadalajara, Jalisco September 1st 2016,  Climate change leaders got united to talk about the effectiveness of the private investment for the Climate Action, with the purpose of knowing the Green Bonds generated in the country to impact the environment. The participant panelists were: Rodolfo Lacy Tamayo, Sub-secretary of Planning and Environmental Policy of the Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT), Luzimeire Ribeiro da Moura Carreira, Secretary of the Environment, Tocantins, Brazil, Robert Weisenmiller, President of the Commission of Energy...
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Climate action and low emissions rural development

They work from rural to global Representatives from Peru, Mexico, Indonesia and Nigeria discussed the main environmental issues in rural zones Actual public policy concerning rural areas is insufficient to cover all Climatic Change issues Guadalajara, Jalisco. September 1st 2016. Rural zones are a key topic for Climate change, not only because they are the first to perceive the negative effects of a degraded environment, but also because of the environmental consequences of uncontrolled exploitation of soil for consumption ends.  This is why the panel conformed by guests from Peru, Mexico, Indonesia and Nigeria coincided with the urgency of taking action...
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Plenary Session of Ministers at CCCA 2016 Jalisco

“In search of an Adaptation plan for every government” “It is spoken enough in terms of environment but there are very few governments that generate spaces such as this one to get organized” Guadalajara, Jalisco. September 1st 2016. During the II Zenit of Climatic Change of the Americas, the second day of activities began with a panel conformed by different sub-national governments. The first premises of participation were concerning what has been done and what has been achieved, the lessons drawn out during the liaisons established previously and the accords based on a win-win logic up to this day.  Also the...
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That’s how the first day of CCCA Jalisco 2016 was lived

That’s how the first day of CCCA Jalisco 2016 was lived     “Only gathering efforts from the sub-national we could transform and impact globally”- Aristóteles Sandoval   Guadalajara, Jalisco August 31, 2016. The first day of the II Climate change Summit of America ended up with great results, considerations and actions to follow up the last year’s agreements.   The inauguration counted with the presence of the Mexican Diplomatic Patricia Espinosa Castellanos, Executive Secretary of the Convention Framework of the United Nations about the Climate Change and Rafael Pacchiano, Secretary of Enviroment and Natural Resources.   On the framework...
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North American climate legislation

North America create new accords Canada, United States and Mexico shook hands Guadalajara, Jalisco. August 31st 2016.In the events of the II Zenit of Climate Change of the Americas, representatives of Mexico, United States and Canada met to speak of the implementation of laws that may better climatic change and develop plans of action that involve civil society and commit them to reduce Green House effects gas emissions. The first country to present was Mexico and its spokesperson was MBA Beatriz Bugeda Bernal, Director of General Policy of Climatic Change in the Secretaría de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (SEMARNAT) of...
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Magistral Conference- Virgilio Viana

Amazones: Innovating to face Climate Change 184 million of reales destined to benefit amazonic communities Guadalajara, Jalisco, August 31st 2016.  The consequences of climate change are already evident, and in more traditional communities such as the Amazonic ones, declared Virgilio Viana, General Superintendent of the Amazonas Sustaining Fundation (FAS); The Amazonas has suffered its major drought, its most devastating flood and several forest fires in this past decade, situation that affects directly to its poorer inhabitants. In this way, in 2008 FAS was created in order to develop a closer institution to these communities and provide more rapid solutions to avoid...
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New Challenges of international public climate financing

“Financial Resources:  the base for fortifying specialized institutions” “The resources exist, though we must ensure that they be assigned adequately to climatic change” Guadalajara, Jalisco August 31st 2016. One of the most significant conferences of the CCCA 2016 Jalisco was the one in which the correct use of financial resources are assigned correctly focused on the resolution of climatic change issues. In this conference many topics were touched such as the alignment of national activities and local ones about the creation of a correct and concrete vision to get to the resources that may difficult the development of activities in favor of...
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Magistral Conference- Patricia Espinosa

Inmediate actions, responsable investments and local governments “There is only one possible development that is sustainable " –Patricia Espinosa Guadalajara, Jalisco. August 31th, 2016. After a long morning session at 15:00Hrs edge. The lecture of The Mexican Diplomat, Patricia Espinosa, Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC (United Nations For The Climate Change) in the main room “Las Flores”. The United Nations responsible for issues of climate change, thanked the Government of Jalisco for organizing this important services that allowed them to encounter the opportunity for dialogue with all the actors of society that are involved in finding solutions to climate change. Towards the...
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Local adaption and mitigation

More than 60% of the country is exposed to the Climate Change   19 states of the country are planning climatic actions that attend to the problematic    Guadalajara Jalisco, August 31, 2016, starting the second phase of the simultaneous sessions, the leaders got reunited to converse about the local strategies of adaptation and mitigation of the Climate Change. Leaders such as Tanya Müller García, Secretary of Environment of Mexico City, María Amparo Martínez Arroyo, General Director of the National Institute of Echology and Climate Change INECC, Alejandro Nieto, Coordinator of  the National Institute for the Federalism and the Local Development,...
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Latin American climate legislation

Climate action plans and laws. “The legal issues are increasingly a matter of infrastructure.” Guadalajara, Jalisco, August 31th of 2016. During the session Latin American Climate Legislation, hosted by Erick Pajares, the external consultant of the Andean Paliament, made known the climate action plans and the development of the different countries and governments, inviting each one of the speakers to say out loud their point of views about their respective profesional experiences. The Director of the LRS Lawyers in Brasil began to speak and he mentioned that if we want to start to see the changes, we can’t discuss about...
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Emerging issues of the development agenda 2030; water and biodiversity

2030 Agency gets closer, a worldwide compromise.  "17 targets, 169 goals and only 15 years. "   Guadalajara Jalisco, August 31, 2016. In the simultaneous sessions of the II Climate Summit of the Americas a panel of experts in the topics gives us a list of steps and at the same time they talk about the activities and programs that each country is making to fight the climate change in order to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agency, which is formed by 17 targets of Sustainable Development approved by the world leaders on September 2015 in which this objectives...
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International cooperation for development as an economic incentive against climate change

Cooperation, Awareness and Implementation. “It’s not governments problem nor the private sector. It’s worlds problem.” –Leo Heileman.-   Guadalajara, Jalisco. August 31th, 2016. At the start of the simultaneous sessions, the national and international leaders met to discuss about the international cooperation for development as an alternative against climate change in the world. Leaders like Leo Heileman, Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean, Corinna Küsel, Director of the German Development Cooperation in Mexico, Jorge Meza, Forestry Officer Office, Österreichisches Food and Agriculture Organization FAO paraAmérica America and the Caribbean, Alejandro Rossi, Regional Environmental Advisor for the LAC region UNOPS,...
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Plenary Session of Governors of the American Continent

“Unity in nations, a fundamental step in the Creation of a Green Planet” “In development countries we need to be more competitive in the subjects of climate change”   Guadalajara, Jalisco. August 31, 2016. During the Panel of Governors of the American Continent, headed by the Governor of the State of Jalisco, Aristóteles Sandoval, surrounded by Sub-National mandates like Loreto and Piura from Perú, North Kalimantan and West Kalimantan from Indonesia, Michoacán from Mexico and Rondonia, Brazil. Who got together to express their points of view about the problems they live in their towns, as well as to expose measures,...
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Plenary Session of Governors of North America

North American Governors get united to fight against the Climate Change "Mexico, United States of America and Canada are compromised to work together in pro the enviroment."  "The Dignataries consider of vital importance to implement local actions to impact internationally."      Guadalajara Jalisco, August 31 2016.  Among with the importance of taking early colaborative action on Climate Change, it started the Panel conformed by the distinguished representatives of the North American, who work in the accomplishment of the 2030 Schedule, which is composed of local actions to impact internationally.   The host of the first Climate Change Summit and...
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Inaugural Ceremony CCCA 2016 Jalisco

“Just putting together efforts parting from the sub-national we could transform and impact world-wide” - Aristóteles Sandoval   Guadalajara, Jalisco, august 31, 2016 within the edge of the II Climate Summit of the Americas, local and international authorities got reunited to start a series of conferences and presentations with the purpose of generating new alternatives and to follow up the agreements generated on the Paris Agreement (COP21), which took place on 2015.   Important figures like Aristóteles Sandoval, governor of the State of Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro Ramírez, president of the city Guadalajara, Patricia Espinoza Cantellano,  Executive Secretary of the Convention...
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