BINGO Day COP22 Marrakech
"The Business and Industry "BINGO" Day at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)"
Friday, 11 November 2016
UNFCCC conference venue (room Arabian)
Business taking action for a low-carbon, resilient economy
- Showcase private sector leadership and action.
- Provide constructive policy input from business to the UNFCCC process.
- Demonstrate the private sector's commitment to the implementation of the Paris agreement.
- Share expertise and best practices in technology cooperation, development and deployment, climate finance and research and development.
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International Chamber of Commerce
Opening Key Notes
Government of Morocco
Building a low-carbon and resilient energy future
Organized by: International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and World Energy Council (WEC)
Leading experts share their views on how innovative business models and new energy solutions are shaping the energy revolution. The panel will also discuss challenges and solutions to institutional and financial barriers to scaling up technologies for a climate resilient, low carbon energy system.
Business Plans, NDCs and Transforming the Power Paradigm
Organized by: Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE), Edison Electric Institute (EEI), U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
Business & policy leaders discuss how to transform NDCs into clean energy action plans. With common goals of increased energy productivity, climate resilience, low-carbon electricity, smart design of buildings & electric grid in our cities, cooperation can create low-carbon development pathways.
Paris and Beyond: Investor Actions to Manage Climate Risks and Seize Low-Carbon Opportunities
Organized by: Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change Ltd. (IIGCC), Carbon Tracker Initiative, Ceres, Inc., PRI Association * (PRI)
This event spotlights investor actions undertaken since Paris to align private sector finance with international climate change commitments. There are two themes: managing climate risk/carbon asset risk and scaling up investment in low-carbon opportunities including in emerging/developing countries.
Climate change and energy transition in Mediterranean Region: Opportunities through NDCs cooperation
Organized by: Observatoire méditerranéen de l'énergie (OME), Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña (UPC)
Presentation of analysis and proposals for the Mediterranean basin. Prospective vision on commonalities and particularities. The carbon budget methodology in NDCs case studies. OME/MEDENER 2°C Scenario for the energy transition in the region, implemented in the context of cooperation
ICC Agenda BINGO COP 21