BC3 is an admitted observer organization at Conference of the Parties. Since 2010 BC3 has been playing an active role at COPs with a variety of contributions. UN agencies, admitted observer organizations and those Parties that partner with observers present their work or foster discussions on key issues, often engaging the audience in a Q&A session.
BC3 will contribute in COP25 to different events and platform for admitted observer organizations, which have limited speaking opportunities in the formal negotiations, to engage with Parties and other participants for knowledge sharing, capacity building, networking and exploring actionable options for meeting the climate challenge.
The objective of the event panel is to discuss about the role of ruminants livestock systems on delivering low-carbon pathways, taking into account the different world contexts. This panel will bring together and discuss different new scientific/technical information to enhance the societal understanding of the real challenges and opportunities that grass-fed livestock systems (ruminants) have in the face of climate change mitigation. Participants will have an opportunity to also gather new evidence that updates current GHG estimates for ruminants (based on IPCC methodologies), explores new GHG reference baselines and the link of different emissions pathways with future global warming, while disscusion on how society percives the issue of livestock contribution to climate change through the eyes of an enviroemental journalist.
María José Sanz toma parte en el evento "+Violeta, +Verde: género, ciencia y clima" de COP25 junto a innovadoras y científicas donde han sostenido que 'las estructuras sociales previas condicionan la vulnerabilidad al cambio climático', enfatizando la necesidad de empoderar a niñas y jóvenes.
• Ana de la Cueva, Secretary of State of Economy, Ministry of Economy and Business
• Luis Martí, General Director for Economic Policy, Ministry of Economy and Business
• Mikel González, Basque Center for Climate Change (BC3)
Highlight the potential macroeconomic benefits of a vigorous investment program to prevent climate change.
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