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  1. 1. An Overview Jeeban Panthijeeban@smallearth.org.np
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. 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.’
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. Day I: Green Economy: Basic IntroductionChair: Associate Prof. Suresh Das Shrestha,Tribhuvan UniversityModerator: Dr. Sangam Shrestha, Asian Institute ofTechnology
  10. 10. Green Economy: Challenges and Key pointsopportunities – Mountain Perspective- • Green economy can contribute inDr. Golam Rasul, ICIMOD fighting poverty • Promote green entrepreneurship- green job
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. 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
  13. 13. 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
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. Day IIState of Green Economy
  17. 17. 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.
  18. 18. 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
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. Country report presentation on Green Key pointsEconomy: Session Chair- Mr. Dhirajpradhananga, SEN, and Moderator- 14 countriesMichael H Glantz, CCB
  21. 21. Day III• Green Entrepreneurship and tools for planning
  22. 22. Green Entrepreneurship-Mr. Vivek D. Key pointsSharma, UNDP/GEF/SGP Nature based entrepreneurship opportunities
  23. 23. 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
  24. 24. 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
  25. 25. 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
  26. 26. 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
  27. 27. Day IV• Green Economy-Knowledge Management
  28. 28. ICIMOD;s Godavari Knowledge parkand Its activities- Mr. Samden Sherpa,ICIMOD Key points KP and Demonstration site for sharing information to community people
  29. 29. Guided tour Mr. Samden Sherpa,ICIMOD
  30. 30. Knowledge sharing session facilitatedby ICIMOD KM team, ICIMOD Key points World Café Identified key concerns like media, CCA, etc.
  31. 31. Day VGreen Economy-Outputs and activities
  32. 32. GE-Intergenerational Justice, Chair:S.R Chalise
  33. 33. GE and CCA-Sharing of experiences-Prof. Dr. Kedar L. Shrestha, IDI
  34. 34. Straw-bale Construction in Nepal: Lessons and Future PlansMs. Laura Seraydarian, CCB
  35. 35. Exercise on APGYD for COP-18- Mr. Manjeet Dhakal, CENGE-Take Home Key messages- Mr. Dhiraj Pradhananga, SEN and Mr.Gregory Pierce, CCB

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