The role of non-state actors
Heading to COP22, Marrakech after featuring prominently at COP21 will be the community of non‑state actors, chief among them cities, regions and businesses. A conference on low‑carbon technologies will bring together representatives from the top universities. And the “Women Leaders and the Global Transformation” summit planned for November 16, 2016 will host women politicians, NGO chairs and CEOs in Marrakech, Morocco (See Close‑Up: “Non-State Actors: Better Organized Every Year“).
Women Leaders and the Global Transformation Summit Under the High Patronage of His Majesty the King Mohammed VI
In the Context of the adoption of the United Nations Sustainable Development goals and the historic Paris Climate Agreement at COP21, both followed by the perspective COP22 in Marrakech, the Kingdom of Morocco is convening a worldwide summit on Women Leaders and Global Transformation needed to bring humanity on a low carbon economy trajectory. Through an impressive gathering of active women leaders in different sectors, from all horizons (business CEOs, City Mayors, NGO activists , Politicians, Scientists) this unique Summit was an opportunity to reiterate the new paradigm shift this is happening globally in the area of sustainable development, climate mitigation and adaptation due to solutions provided by women.
Women Leaders and the Global Transformation Summit took place Wednesday, 16 November, Palmeraie Golf Palace – Marrakech, Morocco
White Paper “Women, health and climate, moving on in #togethernessship towards #Call4Climate@COP22”
Strongly mobilized via the call of 08 December 2015 at the COP21, the networks Supplement of Women and Sustainable Development continue to alert by launching a white paper entitled “Women, health, climate, move together towards the COP22 and beyond” Of the conference of 16 November 2016 with the Ministry of Families for Children and Women’s Rights, the Ministry of Environment Morocco at Palmeraie Golf Palace – Marrakech. This publication gathers 22 testimonies of women and men, from the private or public sphere, working in their own way against climate change and its impact on women and health.
Annakhil, Royaume du Maroc
All unsustainable unfairness must STOP here and now;
Congratulations to , then to the top of the women leaders Â the for the Presidency of the green background for women! @ArnoldUpdate
Yohoo AKON is here at women leaders summit
@COP22 and talking about the need of electricity that he was deprived off in his childhood. @HElHaiteCop22
Solar lights go down the street crime, allow the children to do their homework – –
Thank you your commitment for the pr and pr struggle against the ! Let’s tackle !
Conclusions of the with Fathia Bennis and
The poem on climate change that shocked the UN
leaders, read at the moment at the top
From Marshall Isl inspiring lesson of wisdom+engagement. Women leadership at work to fight climate change
We are here to support you and show that women are major actresses of combat change AC. –
Women are not only victims of the , they are carriers of solutions
“We need examples of women in first line of action for the climate, resilient and ready to fight back,” Mary Robinson
Mary Robinson congratulated the Moroccan women’s leadership for their commitments
Tomorrow is the first climate justice day –
..so the the winter solstice goes on… _ _ _ …