Tag Archives: Webinar

Families for the Future Webinar: Raising children during a (Climate) Crisis

Families for the Future Webinar: Raising children during a (Climate) Crisis

These webinars are part of our Common Home, Common Ground series. We’ve brought together all the aspects of our public engagement to bring you a really exciting series of interactive and free to access webinars, from May to July 2020. We wanted to create a space where people can come …

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Architect Declare Webinar 002 : Passive House Breaking Ground

Architect Declare Webinar 002 : Passive House Breaking Ground

We are Architects Declare Australia, part of an international movement of architects taking action on the climate and biodiversity emergency. This is a recording our second webinar, “Passive House Heroes Breaking Ground” held live on 10 June 2020. *Caroline Pidcock LFRAIA provides an update on what’s happening with the #architectsdeclare_au …

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[Webinar] Climate Change & Covid-19: A Tale Of Two Crises

[Webinar] Climate Change & Covid-19: A Tale Of Two Crises

Climate change and Covid-19 could have something in common: they both may well stem from our treatment of nature. What lessons can we learn from these two crises? As part of the #EarthDayKL2020 April celebrations, Friends of Bukit Kiara president, Ir Dr Kriban GN, spoke on a panel hosted by …

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WEBINAR: #WorldEnvironmentDay2020 Southeast Asia+Pacific

WEBINAR: #WorldEnvironmentDay2020 Southeast Asia+Pacific

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented numerous vulnerabilities within the healthcare system, public health emergency response, governance, and communities. Most importantly, it has taught us that our health and safety (including the planet’s) depends on collective action. This is a webinar recording of a virtual gathering of healthcare and climate action …

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Webinar: A Call to Action – Protecting Our Common Home

Webinar: A Call to Action - Protecting Our Common Home

Presented by Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC)’s Dave McGlinchey, Rev. Mariama White-Hammond (founding pastor of New Roots AME Church, Boston), and Michael Sean Winters of National Catholic Reporter. Introductory remarks by Heather Goldstone, WHRC’s Chief Communications Officer. Pope Francis is marking the 5-year anniversary of Laudato si’, the Catholic Church’s …

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Demand Side Survey on Revamping Financial Inclusion (Part 2) – FIDWG Technical Webinar

Demand Side Survey on Revamping Financial Inclusion (Part 2) - FIDWG Technical Webinar

In this webinar, the speakers are highlighting the main objectives, characteristics, advantages, and limitations of demand-side surveys. The webinar explained how policymakers can use surveys to inform their policies while taking advantage of other measurement tools. The tools are both from the supply and the demand side and complement the …

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The Global Climate Emergency vs Local Planning System [WEBINAR]

The Global Climate Emergency vs Local Planning System [WEBINAR]

Rebecca Lydon from Hydrock’s Smart Energy and Sustainability team will host this webinar, talking about how local authorities manage their interpretations of the national planning policy framework; how planning systems might respond to the climate emergency going forward; and how sustainability-related conditions placed upon developments are expected to evolve in …

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Demand Side Survey on Revamping Financial Inclusion (Part 1) – FIDWG Technical Webinar

Demand Side Survey on Revamping Financial Inclusion (Part 1) - FIDWG Technical Webinar

In this webinar, the speakers are highlighting key steps in designing and developing a demand-side survey: how to identify the key objectives, streamline the indicators/questions to be defined and included in questionnaires, the validation of the structure and language of the instruments, and how should the end-resulted be used for …

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WATER SERIES #1 FINAL WEBINAR RECORDING, MEESHA TANDON

WATER SERIES #1 FINAL WEBINAR RECORDING,  MEESHA TANDON

Water is likely to be the most critical concern over the next century and the impacts of climate change are likely to exacerbate the problem. We will discuss some of the national and international frameworks impacting water sector and look at the need for conservation of water as a crucial …

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Part 1 – Causeway's Growing our Cities in the Climate Emergency Webinar and Discussion

Part 1 - Causeway's Growing our Cities in the Climate Emergency Webinar and Discussion

On 21 May 2020, experts and leaders from the public and private sectors of Belfast, Dublin, Edinburgh and Glasgow joined an online webinar and discussion panel, exploring how to address the climate emergency collaboratively, amidst the Covid-19 pandemic. Hosted by Causeway: Ireland Scotland Business Exchange, in partnership with Jacobs and …

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