Climate Change Stakeholder Dialogue

Event date: 
2018-11-06 (All day) to 2018-11-07 (All day)

               
Objectives
 
Event schedule / programme
 
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Date: 6 - 7 November 2018 Venue: Birchwood Hotel, Boksburg Time: 09h00 – 16h30

Objectives 

The objective of this extended NCCC Climate Change Stakeholder Dialogue is to provide a platform to facilitate wider stakeholder engagement on outputs/products of the implementation of the national climate change response policy. The first day of the dialogue will focus on the National Adaptation strategy and the UNFCCC COP24 Negotiating position and preparations and the second day will cover discussion on climate change thematic areas including climate finance, mitigation, as well as information sharing presentations from stakeholders.

Program / schedule

Day 1: Climate Change Dialogue – 6 November 2018

 

Day 1: Climate Change Dialogue – 6 November 2018

Timing Agenda Item Speaker
Session 1: Opening and context for the dialogue
09h00 - 10h30 Welcome, introductions, and objectives of the dialogue DEA
Context Presentation: Update on the Implementation of the National Climate Change Response Policy DEA
Discussion All
10h30 – 11h00: Tea Break
Session 2:  International Climate Change  Relations and Negations: South Africa’s  position for COP24
11h00 – 11h30 Presentation - Status of the Negotiations and Position for COP 24 DEA
Discussion
11h30 – 12h30 Sector Presentations: Climate change response actions update and expectations for COP 24 at the dialogue.
(Presentations by NBI ; Youth; GenderCC; Labour and Civil Society)
All
Discussion; Reflection and Stakeholder Input
12h30 – 13h00 COP24 Government/Business Pavilion NBI
Discussion
13h30 – 14h00 Lunch All
Session 3: Stakeholder Consultation – Implementation of the National Climate Change Response Policy
3.1. Draft National Adaptation Strategy
14h00 – 14h30 Context Presentation - The National Climate Change Adaptation Strategy Socio Economic Impact Assessment Consultation DEA
14h30 – 15h30 World café Discussion; Reflection and Stakeholder Input
15h30 – 16h00 Group Reports to Plenary All
16h00 – 16h30 Summary and the next steps DEA
16h30 Closing of Day 1 of the Dialogue DEA

 

Day 2: Climate Change Dialogue – 7 November 2018

Timing Agenda Item Speaker
3.2. South Africa’s Low-Emission Development Strategy 2050
08h30 – 09h00 Opening and Welcome – Recap of Day 1 and Agenda for Day 2  
09h00 – 09h30 Context Presentation: South Africa’s Low-Emission Development Strategy 2050  
09h30 – 11h00 World café Discussion; Reflection and Stakeholder Input DEA
11h00 – 11h30 Group Reports to Plenary All
11h30 – 12h00 Tea Break All
Session 4: Information Sharing
11h30 – 12h00 Mitigation Potential Analysis Update DEA
Discussion; Reflection and Stakeholder Input All
12h00 – 12h30 New Buildings project – “aiming towards achieving “net zero carbon” in the new build sector” Sustainable Energy Africa
Discussion All
12h30 – 13h00 Climate Finance and developments in the relevant climate finance flows DEA
Discussion All
LUNCH: 13h00 - 14h00
14h00 – 14h30 Carbon sequestration by plantations and harvested wood products as a climate change mitigation option PAMSA
Discussion  
14h30 – 15h00 Carbon neutral economy by 2050 WWF
Community based climate smart agriculture Mahlathini Development Foundation
Other agenda items  
Discussion All
15h00-15h30 Summary and the next steps jay  
Closing of Day 2 of the dialogue  
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Presentations and documents
Context and Update: Implementation of the National Climate Change Response Policy
Preparations for the twenty fourth session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC COP24)
COP24 Government and Business Pavilion
NCCAS Socio-Economic Impact Assessment
City of Tshwane responding to Changing Climate
The new IPCC report
South Africa’s Low-Emission Development Strategy 2050
2018 Mitigation Potential Analysis - Presentation to the NCCC
Climate Change Finance
Community based CCA
Carbon sequestration
South African Youth Statement to COP24