See below the programme for the 3GF 2015-16 pre-meeting.
Tea/coffee and registration
Setting the scene for 3GF2015-2016 (Room lll)
Recent Developments and Perspectives
3GF - The Role of Partnerships
Climate and Sustainable Development Goals in the context of 3GF and partnerships (Room lll)
Engaging the private sector in delivering on sustainability and climate goals. Relations to collaborative partnerships in a 3GF context
Welcoming Remarks (Room lll)
Interactive Session on Individual Partnership Tracks
Interactive experts and peer review of collaborative strategic partnerships in smaller groups Group 1 (Session Room F):
Moderator: Mr. Lau Blaxekjær, Postdoc, University of Faroe IslandsPanellists:
Unlock Financial Flows for RestorationThe partnership aims to develop a "toolbox" to address financing for restoration and design a portfolio of financing mechanisms that will unlock $1B in grants, loans, equity investments and guarantees. Innovation and New Business Models for Sustainable LifestylesA partnership to enable sustainable lifestyles through testing and upscaling new business models with a focus on public-private partnerships at country level. Integrated Waste Management SystemPartnership to unlock value in the waste management and recycling supply chain through demonstration sites, best practice roadmaps and creating an enabling environment.
Group 2 (Session Room A):
Moderator: Mr. Oliver Greenfield, Convenor, Green Economy CoalitionPanellists: Dr. Wilson Songa, Principal Secretary & Chair, Green Growth Coordination Secreteriat, Kenya Ms. Signe B. Jensen, Global Head of Sustainability, Maersk Line Mr. Jens-Christian Stougaard, Director, PensionDenmark Ms. Katrin Lichtenberg, Head of Water and Energy Cluster, UNOPS
Food Waste and Loss ProtocolMulti stakeholder process to develop the global standard for measuring food loss and waste in a consistent, credible and transparent manner.
Landscapes for People, Food and Nature InitiativeAn international collaborative initiative of knowledge sharing, dialogue and action to support integrated landscape management in order to achieve three simultaneous goals: improved food production, ecosystem conservation, and sustainable livelihoods.
Group 3 (Session Room lV):
Moderator: Mr. Sofus Midtgaard, Managing Partner, Leader Lab Panellists: Ms. Nguyen Thi Minh Nguyet, Deputy Head, Multilateral Cooperation Division, Vietnam Ms. Carol Kariuki, CEO, KEPSA Mr. Søren Kofoed, Director and Senior Partner, Nobel Sustainability Trust Ms. Kathrine Richardson, Professor, Copenhagen University
Public Procurement and Eco-Innovation in the Health SectorAims to encourage governments to adopt sustainable and green public procurement pratices in the health care sectors, potentially through a green protocol.
Power System TransformationEnabling the development of reliable, efficient, and affordable electricity systems while minimizing health and climate impacts through best practice and knowledge sharing.
Race to the TopPartnership to create a "race to the top" with a sustainable system of apparel characterized by measurable progress both in environmental performance and the well-being of workers.
Good Practice (Room lll)
Interactive discussion on good practice to succeed with collaborative strategic public-private partnerships
Reception (Room B)
Financing Green Growth (Room lll)
New challenges and opportunities. Broadening and deepening the financial platform. What does it take?
Moderator: Ms. Mary Porter Peschka, Director, International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Panel Attendees: Mr. Torben Möger Pedersen, CEO, PensionDanmark Mr. Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative Mr. Josh Alpert, Chief of Staff, Portland Municipality, USA Mr. Jacob Klingemann, Vice President, Climate Investments, Investment Fund for Developing Countries (IFU)
Interactive Sessions on Individual Partnership Tracks
Interactive experts and peer review of collaborative strategic partnerships in smaller groups
Group 1 (Session Room A):
Moderator: Mr. Verner Kristiansen, Consultant, 3GFPanellists: Dr. Wilson Songa, Principal Secretary & Chair, Green Growth Coordination Secretariat, Kenya Ms. Carol Kariuki, CEO, KEPSA Mr. Benjamin Simmons, Head, Green Growth Knowledge Platform
Urban Water Leakages /phase 2Tackles non-revenue water (NRW) and the challenge of water losses and resulting revenue losses in an urbanizing Africa.
Global Forest WatchA near real-time forest monitoring system that unites satellite technology, data sharing, and human networks around the world to fight deforestation.
Scaling Off-Grid Energy SolutionsWorks to accelerate and scale up off-grid solutions in Africa, providing access to high quality, clean and cost effective electricity systems to those in rural and isolated areas.
Group 2 (Session Room lV):
Moderator: Mr. Lau Blaxekjær, Postdoc, University of Faroe Islands
Panellists: Ms. Signe B. Jensen, Global Head of Sustainability, Maersk Line Ms. Kathrine Richardson, Professor, Copenhagen University Mr. Andrew Tan, Executive, Singapore Mr. Rasoul Mikkelsen, Director, Strategic Partnerships, Grundfos
2030 WRGA platform to engage in fact-based, analytical approaches and coalition building initiatives that help governments to catalyse sustainable water sector transformations.
Green Growth and LiveabilityA platform that shows how integrated city planning, cross sector collaboration and partnerships can drive green growth and more healthy and liveable cities.
Competitive Advantage of Sustainable InfrastructureA partnership designed to promote and implement resiliency and sustainability in infrastructure and what is the role of investors in developing resilient infrastructure funds.
Group 3 (Session Room F):
Moderator: Ms. Lynette Thorstensen, Owner and Director, International Sustainability ConsultingPanellists: Ms. Nguyen Thi Minh Nguyet, Deputy Head, Multilateral Cooperation Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Vietnam Mr. Patrick Obath, Private Sector Representative, Kenya Mr. Gerard Bos, Director, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
SETI AllianceThe SETI Alliance brings together governments and businesses to work constructively towards green trade liberalization and lowering barriers to trade in clean energy goods and open markets.
Water FundsWorking to scale up financing systems designed to support the maintenance of clean water sources, enhance natural ecosystems, and support community economic development.
Scaling Green Growth Partnerships (Room lll)
Interactive discussion on different approaches to scaling green growth partnerships
Changing Course - The Green Transformation (Room lll)
Closing Remarks (Room lll)