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  • An Overview Jeeban
  • Opening CeremonySession Chair: Prof. Suresh R. Chalise, SENWelcome remarks-Mr. Dhiraj Key pointsPradhananga, SEN • expressed his sense of honor on being able to organize APGYFGE Youth forum 2012. • emphasized that Youth are not only the future leaders but also they are the leaders of today
  • Context, objectives, structure and Key pointsexpectations from the workshop- • shared his insight on howTek Jung Mahat, ICIMOD an individual youth can make a huge difference in the way we act or think. • This YF is one of the series of activities organized by ICIMOD and along with other partners
  • Keynote: Rio+20 deliberations, Key pointsmountains and youth- David • emphasized upon the fact thatMolden, ICIMOD ICIMOD is very much committed to youth and work with youth. • highlighted the key concerns of Rio +20 • Quoting Banki moon “Youth is the largest ever known-vast number of individual in developing country- having huge potential to change.’
  • Message from partners: Key pointsConsortium for Capacity Building- • expressed his happiness forMr. Gregory Pierce, CCB the collaboration of CCB, SEN and ICIMOD in the APGYFGE. • concluded his short message by welcoming all participants in this multi cultural, multi generation gathering.
  • ICIMOD’s new strategy 2013-2017: Key pointsneed for intergenerational partnership • Stated that muountains areand mountain development- Dr. already green; the challenge isEklabya Sharma, ICIMOD how to keep them green? And develop livelihoods and well being of mountain people & retain youths in the mountains. • way must be find out to equip local youth with information, knowledge and capacity building so that they contribute for the development of mountain sustainably
  • Remarks from the Chair-Prof. Suresh Key pointsRaj Chalise, SEN • congratulated the youth participants of Asia Pacific Forum for being selected to the program from among 1000 applicants • we say green economy, we are talking about socially equitable decision
  • Vote of Thanks-Ms. Anja MøllerRasmussen, ICIMOD Key points suggested participants to broaden their networking by talking with someone whom one hasn’t talked so far
  • Day I: Green Economy: Basic IntroductionChair: Associate Prof. Suresh Das Shrestha,Tribhuvan UniversityModerator: Dr. Sangam Shrestha, Asian Institute ofTechnology
  • Green Economy: Challenges and Key pointsopportunities – Mountain Perspective- • Green economy can contribute inDr. Golam Rasul, ICIMOD fighting poverty • Promote green entrepreneurship- green job
  • REDD+ and Forest Carbon: linking Key pointsGreen Economy- Dr. Bhaskar Singh • REDD can be important strategyKarky, ICIMOD and core principle to implement GE on the ground. • Rational for REDD: unabated deforestation and degradation: deforestation rates are 1.6% per annum. Lot of emission taking place due to land use and land use changes
  • Application of GIS, Earth Observation Key pointsin Climate Change Adaptation towards • Issues are spatial in nature anda Green Economy-Dr. MSR Murthy, require spatial tools and spatialICIMOD thinking with time as another dimension • GIS on the web will provide many additional possibilities
  • Introductory session on UNFCCC COP Key points18 processes at Doha and presentation • Youth should be included inon the outcome document from the decision making procedureAPGYF-Mr. Manjeet Dhakal and • Environmental right asDipesh Chapagain, CEN fundamental right, environmental issue as fundamental issue in constitution
  • 21 Emerging Environmental Issues for Key pointsthe 21st Century- Prof Michael H • Policy makers are always makingGlantz, CCB decision without enough knowledge • Identify lesson_ but all of them are not lesson learnt, they are only lesson identified
  • Social Media for Youth Advocacy-Mr. Key pointsUtsav Maden, ICIMOD • Taught the participants the ways and means to use social media as a tool to contribute to green economy • Believed that we can tweet, upload videos, blog- this way we can contribute and collaborate to green economy
  • Day IIState of Green Economy
  • Low Carbon Growth: State in Asia- Key pointsPacific Region-Dr. Madan L. Shrestha, • a low emission developmentAPN strategy is indispensible to sustainable development. • emphasized on green growth which is a path to economic growth using natural resources in a sustainable manner.
  • Quantification of Water, Energy and Key pointsCarbon Nexus, Dr. Sangam Shrestha, • Energy and water has symbioticAIT relationship; it is very important to understand nexus among water, energy and carbon • fight for greener economy does not concentrate on individual countries alone, but must be a joint effort done by everyone, with common goal
  • Rural Energy Technology: A Concept of Key pointsGreen Economy- Prof Dr. Rhiddi B. • highlighted the traditional andSingh, RECAST modern methods of green fuel production and consumption as well as provided suggestion on how to work towards a greener Nepal
  • Country report presentation on Green Key pointsEconomy: Session Chair- Mr. Dhirajpradhananga, SEN, and Moderator- 14 countriesMichael H Glantz, CCB
  • Day III• Green Entrepreneurship and tools for planning
  • Green Entrepreneurship-Mr. Vivek D. Key pointsSharma, UNDP/GEF/SGP Nature based entrepreneurship opportunities
  • Green Economy at the Scale of 1:1 – Key pointsThe Shape of Spatial Moments at aRounded Market within a Town • Sustainability doesn’t existSquare- G. Pierce, CCB in the world. It’s a notion. • The world developed by science isn’t reality
  • Sustainability session- Michael HGlantz, CCB Key points • Nature is teaching us everything but we are the ones who do not understand it. • We need nature but nature doesn’t need us. • Technological fixes often produces unanticipated adverse impact on nature
  • ICT and Climate Change: Quo Vadis?-Dr. Bhanu Neupane, UNESCO Key points • “people are conservative and don’t want to switch to modern technology and abandon the prior ones.” • healthy steps to be taken are increased use of renewable energy, recycling and reducing CO2 level
  • Green Excursion- Mr. Madan Rai Key points • Organic farming is a tool to green economy • We can recycle, reuse the organic matter e.g. We can use fieces and urine as fertilizer and this fertilizer is useful for plants to have good production
  • Day IV• Green Economy-Knowledge Management
  • ICIMOD;s Godavari Knowledge parkand Its activities- Mr. Samden Sherpa,ICIMOD Key points KP and Demonstration site for sharing information to community people
  • Guided tour Mr. Samden Sherpa,ICIMOD
  • Knowledge sharing session facilitatedby ICIMOD KM team, ICIMOD Key points World Café Identified key concerns like media, CCA, etc.
  • Day VGreen Economy-Outputs and activities
  • GE-Intergenerational Justice, Chair:S.R Chalise
  • GE and CCA-Sharing of experiences-Prof. Dr. Kedar L. Shrestha, IDI
  • Straw-bale Construction in Nepal: Lessons and Future PlansMs. Laura Seraydarian, CCB
  • Exercise on APGYD for COP-18- Mr. Manjeet Dhakal, CENGE-Take Home Key messages- Mr. Dhiraj Pradhananga, SEN and Mr.Gregory Pierce, CCB