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Planned and implemented high level forestry event for COP16 in Cancún, Dec. 2010.

Planned and implemented high level forestry event for COP16 in Cancún, Dec. 2010.

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  • AVOIDED DEFORESTATION PARTNERS.org Conference of the Parties – UNFCCC COP 16 Advancing REDD+: New Pathways and Partnerships Wednesday,  Dec.  8,  2009,  from  3:00  to  5:45  pm Cancún,  Mexico Special Video Message: Keynote Address: The Need To Protect Forests Host: Jeffrey Horowitz Wangari Maathai – Founder Founder, AD Partners the Green Belt Movement Secretary-General of the United Nations, His Excellency Ban Ki-moon 2004 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate I. Innovative International REDD+ Partnerships Panel George Soros – Founder, Open Society Foundations Kuntoro Mangkusubroto – Indonesian President’s Delivery Unit for REDD His Excellency Jens Stoltenberg – Prime Minister of Norway His Excellency Bharrat Jagdeo – President of Guyana Joe Aldy – Special Assistant to the U.S. President for Energy and EnvironmentModerator: Hon. Timothy E. Wirth –former U.S. Senator and President ofthe United Nations Foundation
  • Capacity Audience of 600 Advocates for Protecting Forests II. California as the World’s First REDD+ Compliance Market PanelModerator: Bryan Walsh – Journalist, TIME Magazine; Hon. Juan Sabines Guerrero – Governor, Chiapas, Mexico; Linda Adams – Secretary,California Environmental Protection Agency; Steve Kline – Vice President, Pacific Gas & Electric Corporation III. Sustainable Supply Chains for Reducing Emissions PanelModerator: Peter Seligmann – Chairman and CEO, Conservation International; Achim Steiner – Executive Director of the United Nations EnvironmentProgramme; Rob Walton – Chairman of the Board of Directors, Walmart
  • Special Video Introduction: Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE – UN Messenger of Peace, Founder, Jane Goodall Institute IV. Enhancing the Biodiversity Benefits of Forest Carbon Robert Zoellick – President, World BankPre-Meeting, “Green Room” L - R: Achim Steiner, Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme; Veerle Vandeweerd – Director, Environment AndEnergy Group, UNDP; Joe Aldy – Special Assistant to the U.S. President for Energy and Environment; George Soros – Founder, Open Society Foundations; BryanWalsh – Journalist, TIME Magazine; Kuntoro Mangkusubroto – Head of Indonesian President’s Delivery Unit for REDD; Timothy E. Wirth – former U.S. Senatorand President of the United Nations Foundation; His Excellency Ban Ki-moon – Secretary-General of the United Nations; Steve Kline – Vice President, Pacific Gas& Electric Corporation; Jeffrey Horowitz – Founder, Avoided Deforestation Partners; Peter Seligmann – Chairman and CEO, Conservation International; LindaAdams – Secretary, California Environmental Protection Agency; His Excellency Bharrat Jagdeo – President of Guyana; Rob Walton – Chairman of the Board ofDirectors, Walmart; Hon. Juan Sabines Guerrero – Governor, Chiapas, Mexico (Not pictured: His Excellency Jens Stoltenberg – Prime Minister of Norway;Robert Zoellick – President, World Bank)