Action for Climate and Clean Air – Fast Forwarding a Better Future: Science & Technology

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We Don’t Have Time and UNEP's Climate and Clean Air Coalition are proud to present Action for Climate and Clean Air – Fast-Forwarding a Better Future, a series of 3 episodes about non-CO2 pollutants and how we can fast-forward actions.

The three-part series will interview experts and policymakers attending the Climate and Clean Air Conference being held in Nairobi, Kenya from 21 to 24 February, to take stock of progress on the non-Carbon Dioxide pollutants (sometimes called super pollutants) and more importantly how to significantly fast forward action. Stepped up action on methane, black carbon or soot, hydrofluorocarbons and low-lying ozone could help the world to halve climate emissions by 2030, meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement and provide a big boost against health hazardous air pollution, crop losses and the poisoning of natural systems.

In this first episode, we are going to look at the latest science while checking out some of the technological solutions being fast forwarded by governments and the private sector.

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Programme Highlights


All times are in Central European Time (CET) / Eastern Standard Time (EST). Find your local time zone here.

15:00 CET / 9:00 AM EST – Introduction
Our host Nick Nuttall, Strategic Communications Director of We Don’t Have Time, presents the Action for Climate and Clean Air – Fast-Forwarding a Better Future series. Here, we introduce We Don’t Have Time and UNEP-convened Climate and Clean Air Coalition.‍

15:08 CET / 9:08 AM EST – In-Depth Discussion
Listen to experts discuss the latest science of super pollutants, the benefits of action and some of the technological solutions being deployed.

Speakers:

  • Drew Shindell, Professor, Duke University & CCAC
  • Andrea Hinwood, Chief Scientist, UNEP
  • Ilse Aben, Senior Scientist & Endowed Professor, SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research & Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  • Jonathan Banks, Global Director, Methane, Clean Air Task Force
  • John Tauzel, Senior Director of Global Agriculture Methane, Environmental Defense Fund
  • Martina Otto, Head of CCAC Secretariat, UNEP-convened Climate and Clean Air Coalition
  • Brian T. Carroll, Assistant Secretary General (Climate Action & Environment), Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment, Ireland

‍16:00 CET / 10:00 AM EST – Summary & End of Broadcast
Reflections and concluding remarks, and we look ahead to the next episode airing on March 13, 2024.