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The Stockholm+49 Summit

Online - Youtube
Event start: 20211020
End date: 20211021

Event description

On October 20 and 21, 2021, world-renowned scientists, economists, lawyers, and diplomats will debate solutions to the environmental crisis and what the 2022 Declaration should include to solve it.

The discussions will culminate with the adoption of a draft Civil Society Declaration that would lay the ground for the work of States.

 Day 1: Four roundtables will bring together leading authorities on climate science, law, economics, and governance. These different perspectives will aim to propose comprehensive solutions for the environmental crisis.

• Day 2: Several rounds of discussions will include influential activists, youth and elder representatives, lawyers, scientists, businesses, indigenous people spokespersons, economists, and many others.

The floor will be open to questions. The event will be recorded and made available online.

The Stockholm+49 Summit is a free event. It will be streamed on YouTube and Facebook. Weblinks will be made available on October 18, 2021.

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