28apr5:30 pm7:00 pmWomen's Voices in Climate JusticeBe inspired and empowered by incredible women from across the globe working in the climate justice space.5:30 pm - 7:00 pm Digital Workshop - Zoom Organiser: Applied Negative Emissions Centre Event Type:Webinar & Talks
At ANEC, we work with a range of carbon removal
At ANEC, we work with a range of carbon removal solutions as we recognise that there is no one, quick fix for the climate crisis. In the same way, there is no one perspective or voice that should be dominant in the climate conversation. At this event, a range of global perspectives on women’s power in climate action will be explored, emphasising the necessity to create a just and sustainable future for all.
Having perspectives from developing and developed countries will offer a range of perspectives and widen the understanding of climate justice. We hope the event raises awareness of the differing realities of the impacts of climate change and better prepares our audience to facilitate conversations and make decisions to support the movement towards climate justice. We will also explore what climate justice means in the context of net zero movements. Where should the responsibility lie? Who should be prioritised? How can we provide better businesses cases to connect climate justice, climate solutions and net zero targets?
We cannot have climate justice within social and racial justice, and this event will offer an opportunity to hear from incredible women and share knowledge on how we can secure this low carbon, socially and racially just future.
Sandra Guzman: Founder and the General Coordinator of the Climate Finance Group for Latin America and the Caribbean (GFLAC) supported by the United Nations with active work in eleven countries of the region. She works also at the United Nations as a consultant.
Nayelli Hernandez: She is an entrepreneur, one of the first solar systems business-owners of the region. Mexican National Award for Volunteering and Solidarity Actions recipient. Former Vicepresident of the National Commission of Young Entrepreneurs of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce. Founder of the company GEUS. Green Ring Award recipient by the Climate Reality Project due to her professional and high-impact trajectory in climate change. Director of Women Entrepreneurship programme for the southeast region of Mexico through the not-for-profit CREA and the OSA (Organisation of American States).
Melisa Miranda: Research Fellow at ESALA, Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of Edinburgh and a Course organiser at EGIS, The Urban Institute, School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society, Heriot-Watt University. Research Associate at Edinburgh Future Institute and Edinburgh Living Lab, for the project ‘The cultures and the community mapping project’ based in Edinburgh. She recently completed her participation as a Research Fellow at a Smart cities and climate change research project. Through her research and knowledge, she wants to contribute to equality and accessibility and balancing the power of unrepresented and minority groups.
5:30-6:15pm Moderated Discussion with our panelists
6:15-6:30pm Q&A from Audience
6:30pm onwards Networking