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Re-Centering Global Climate Change Discourse: The Role of SI

Re-Centering Global Climate Change Discourse: The Role of SIDS in Advocacy and Action 
Thursday, May 30, 2024 | 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Format: Webinar

Program Fee:
Free for Members | $15 Non-Members
Free for Attendees of the SIDS4 Conference
Attendees of the SIDS4 Conference, please call Customer Relations at 212-382-6663 to register.

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Join us for a discussion on small island and developing states' ("SIDS") ability to effect sustainable development and clean business, with emphasis on the Pacific islands, Caribbean, and off the coast of Africa/Indian Ocean.  The panel will discuss the need for sustainable development in SIDS and the effect of climate change and the need for greater involvement and advocacy for climate change initiatives in the regions.  

Christina Hioureas, Foley Hoag LLP & Chair of UN Practice Group 
Dr. Jean Palème Mathurin, Haitian scholar, engineer, economist, and businessman  
Terrence Crea, Director, Policy and Program Management Division, Seychelles’ Blue Economy Department 

Justin Loveland, Secretary, African Affairs Committee; Member, United Nations Committee; Reinhardt Savic Foley LLP

Sponsoring Committees:
United Nations, Ervin Nina, Catherine van Kampen, & Sophia Murashkovsky, Co-Chairs
African Affairs, Melissa Verpile, Chair

Cosponsoring Committees:
Council on International Affairs, Mark A. Meyers, Chair
Business and Human Rights, John Murray and Suzanne Knijnenburg, Co-Chairs

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