PROGRAMME

DAY  3 - THURSDAY 10 NOVEMBER

Times are in European Eastern Time (EET)

RISING WITH THE SUN

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08:00 - 09:15
3 regulations meditation with Qi-Gong and fire
breathwork hosted by Wisdom Health


Start your day by bringing awareness and spaciousness to the present moment and connect with your intentions for COP27.

Every morning we will start with 3 regulations meditation,  Qi-Gong and/or fire breathwork.

In these sessions you will develop tools to connect and expand mind, body and soul.

To close each session we will share briefly and align our intention for the day.

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Day 3, Session 1
10:00 - 11:00

Big Food, Big Impact

Large food businesses are often at the center of discussions on climate change for the wrong reasons. But can they be a force for good in creating a more regenerative food system? Join this Nestlé supported discussion to hear different perspectives on what a better food system looks like and whether there is a place for today’s big food companies to help make them a reality. 

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Day 3, Session 2
12:00 - 13:00

Loss & Damage Conversation

Drought driven famine in East Africa is killing a person every 36 seconds. At last year’s climate conference in Glasgow, developing Nations called for a discussion on loss and damage. It never happened, primarily because of strong opposition from the U.S and the E. U. But with the mounting toll of climate disaster in the vulnerable countries, from Pakistan to Somalia to small island nations of the Pacific islands, the pressure is growing!

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MORNING

 
 
 

AFTERNOON

 

Day 3, Session 3
14:00 - 15:00

From Politics to the Private Sector: Building Bridges in the Fight Against Climate Change

Cross-sector partnerships allow for greater scaling, information and expertise sharing, and amplification of impact. In the fight against climate change, no one organisation, company, or sector can hope to single handedly end this crisis. Meaningful climate strategies must look to draw on the talents of all sectors and industries. In this session, learn more about how to build cross-sectoral cooperation and, crucially, how these types of partnerships can help tackle the climate crisis.

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Day 3, Session 4
16:00 - 17:00

Fashion Utopia: Defining the Fanstasy Future, where style is a force for good. And who already got the tickets to ride

It is the year 2062. Fashion is a force for pure good: regenerative, carbon  negative, bringing infinite benefit to people and planet. OOPS - System Error.

Fashion is actually one of the biggest sinners, lagging shamefully behind other sectors on its net zero journey, and on track to get worse. But it has always had the ability to influence wider behaviour and culture: these stellar panellists have the answers to get fashion back in shape.

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Day 3, Session 5
17:00 - 17:45

Fireside Chat: How can criminal law protect the planet?

Join an informal Fireside chat with Stop Ecocide International, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Jojo Mehta, joined by Patricia Gualinga, human rights and indigenous rights defender of the Pueblo Kichwa de Sarayaku, of the Ecuadorian Amazon.

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EVENING

Day 3, Session 6
18:00 - 19:00

Waterbear Screenings

Screening of films

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EVERY LIVING THING - Watch Trailer & Series

Most mainstream media paints nature as survival of the fittest theatre but there’s more to the natural world than wildlife flouncing around for our entertainment. Meet the keystone species who keep our delicate disco of ecosystems, and you, alive. Find out why we need bees to keep getting busy; why whales are worth over a trillion dollars - alive, not dead; and why wolves and jaguars are born to rewild. And most importantly, learn from the experts what you can do to give the species that support all life, the kiss of life, they deserve. Get your fix of conscientious caffeinated content with EVERY LIVING THING and fall in love with nature all over again.

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INSEPARABLE

Inseparable is a short film series focusing on the experiences of five Indigenous athletes whose people have been historically, and violently, displaced in the development of National Parks, Monuments, and Wilderness Areas. Through their sport, the characters more  deeply connect with their ancestral homelands, strengthen their identity, advocate for Indigenous rights, and give voice to their peoples longstanding, intimate, and inseparable relationship between humans, culture and the land.

Day 3, Session 7
18:00 - 22:00

Networking