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17º Databeers Málaga, especial Copernicus Málaga de datos sobre el planeta. 24 de septiembre de 2020. Online. Organizado por María Sánchez (@cibermarikiya) y Antonio Viciana con soporte de Copernicus Hackathon Málaga y San Miguel

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17º Databeers Málaga, especial Copernicus Málaga de datos sobre el planeta. 24 de septiembre de 2020. Online. Organizado por María Sánchez (@cibermarikiya) y Antonio Viciana con soporte de Copernicus Hackathon Málaga y San Miguel

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"Copernicus as a tool to support a sustainable future". Kevin Ramírez (DatabeersMlg 17, especial Copernicus, online, 24/09/2020)

  1. 1. @DataBeersMLG 24-Sept-2020 Kevin Ramirez Copernicus Programme Coordinator EIT Climate-KIC
  2. 2. Transformation, in Time Join our journey to net zero through collaborative systems innovation @ClimateKIC Kevin Ramirez | September 2020 Databeers - Malaga
  3. 3. Business-, innovation- and investment-as-usual are not delivering a 1.5 degree world. We’re not on track in Europe… 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 2045 2050 -50% MtCO2e -20% Source: www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/indicators/greenhouse-gas-emission-trends-6/assessment-2 Projections (existing measures) Projections (additional measures) Europe’s historic emissions The innovation challenge
  4. 4. EIT Climate-KIC locations We have EIT Climate-KIC offices in 13 cities across Europe and we are active in 34 countries worldwide Key: EIT Climate-offices EIT Climate-KIC hubs Cross-KIC hubs RIS Countries EIT Climate-KIC Locations Accelerators Cross-KIC CLC Work on edge communities Climate Launch Pad Climathon International outreach programmes
  5. 5. Our Partnership Community
  6. 6. Climathon
  7. 7. Deep Demonstrations
  8. 8. Sentinel satellites to map global CO2 emissions
  9. 9. Thanks!! Kevin Ramirez @kramirezramos Kevin.ramirez@climate-kic.org

Editor's Notes

  • Speaking notes:

    * Innovation- and business-as-usual, which are based largely on siloed, incremental change and ‘supplying’ the market with single-point or technology-led solutions, are not delivering a resilient, 1.5 degree world.

    More of the same will not close emissions, ambition and investment gaps in Europe…


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    Background / corporate deck notes

    Eurostat 2018 (p.71-2) https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/9087772/KS-02-18-728-EN-N.pdf/3f01e3c4-1c01-4036-bd6a-814dec66c58c 
    EC strategy 2050, 2019 (p. 15-16) https://publications.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/92f6d5bc-76bc-11e9-9f05-01aa75ed71a1/language-en
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    The IPCC Special Report on 1.5 °C says that at current emissions rates, ranging around 42 Gt CO2/y, the available carbon budget for reaching 1.5 °C will expire between 2030 and 2040, and for 2.0 °C will expire some time between 2040 and 2050. 
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    Extract from https://ec.europa.eu/clima/sites/clima/files/docs/pages/com_2018_733_analysis_in_support_en_0.pdf:
    In pursuit of Paris Agreement goals, over 190 countries made mitigation pledges to reduce emissions, so called nationally determined contributions (NDCs). The NDCs’ collective contribution to the Paris goals has been examined in a number of studies6 7 . These clearly show that the NDCs represent a considerable step forward compared to a baseline without global climate action. However, achieving the NDCs would leave global emissions in 2030 above a level consistent with well below 2°C. They are broadly consistent with pathways resulting in 3°C warming by 2100, and, according to the IPCC8 , would not limit warming to 1.5°C even if supplemented by very challenging emissions reduction after 2030. The Joint Research Centre, in its annual Global Energy and Climate Outlook9 , found that achieving the targets of the NDCs10 would still lead to continued global emission increases in the coming decade, with potential global emissions peaking at 51 GtCO2eq per year as early as 2025. Assuming a continuation of efforts at this level11 beyond 2030, would see emissions starting to decrease at a global scale but not at all at the scale required to achieve the well below 2C objective. Projections instead see these efforts as consistent with a temperature rise of around 3°C by the end of the century (Figure 1).
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    From Transformation in Time:
    Continuing to work through gradual incremental changes will not be enough. What is needed now is a fundamental transformation of economic, social and financial systems that will trigger exponential change in decarbonisation rates and strengthen climate resilience.
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    The IPCC Special Report on 1.5 degrees listed scores of different scenarios. Even the riskiest, least ambitious requires what the IPCC calls “rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society.” There’s no escaping it. Beyond a necessary energy transition, we also need transformations in the way we manage land and the way we produce materials and products, which together make up the 45% of emissions not covered by energy transition. Business as usual and substitution will not be enough to trigger the exponential changes we now need.

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    NOTES ON NET ZERO
    Our position on zero: Getting real about 1.5 means that richer nations will need to carve out ambitious pathways to zero along the safest (most ambitious) possible courses outlined in the IPCC’s Special Report. To do its fair share, Europe would need to achieve net-zero fossil carbon emissions by the mid-2030s. This is a much more ambitious pathway than agreed EU targets and very far from the progress being made so far.
  • Active countries are updated on our website here: https://www.climate-kic.org/in-your-country/ :
     
    We are active in 34 countries

    Austria (DACH Region): Office in Vienna
    Belgium (Benelux Region): Office in Brussels
    Bulgaria (RIS): Sofia (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    China (Cross-KIC): Beijing
    Croatia (RIS): Zagreb (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Cyprus (RIS): Lemesos (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Czech Republic (CEE): Served by office in Warsaw
    Denmark (Nordics): Office in Copenhagen
    Estonia (RIS): Tallinn (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Finland (Nordics): Served by office in Copenhagen
    France (Med): Office in Paris
    Germany (DACH): Office in Berlin
    Greece (RIS): Athens (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Hungary (CEE): Office in Budapest
    Iceland (Nordics): Served by office in Copenhagen
    Ireland (UKI): Served by office in London
    Israel (Cross-KIC): Tel Aviv
    Italy (Med): Office in Bologna
    Latvia (RIS): Riga (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Lithuania (RIS): Vilnius (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Malta (RIS): Mosta (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Netherlands (Benelux): Offices in Utrecht and Amsterdam
    Norway (Nordics): Served by office in Copenhagen
    Poland (CEE): Office in Warsaw
    Portugal (RIS): Caparica (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Romania (RIS): Timisoara (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Serbia (RIS): Belgrade (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Slovakia (CEE): Served by office in Warsaw
    Slovenia (RIS): Ljubljana (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Spain (Med): Office in Valencia
    Sweden (Nordics): Served by office in Copenhagen
    Switzerland (DACH): Office in Zurich
    UK (UKI): Office in London
    United States: San Francisco
     
    We have 13 EIT Climate-KIC offices in
     
    Amsterdam (HQ)
    Berlin (Germany, DACH)
    Bologna (Italy, Med)
    Brussels (Belgium, Benelux)
    Budapest (Hungary, CEE)
    Copenhagen (Nordics – Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden)
    London (UKI – UK, Ireland)
    Paris (France, Med)
    Utrecht (Netherlands, Benelux)
    Valencia (Spain, Med)
    Vienna (Austria, DACH)
    Warsaw (CEE – Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia)
    Zurich (Switzerland, DACH)
     
    We have 12 “EIT Climate-KIC Hubs” in RIS countries:
     
    Bulgaria (RIS): Sofia (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Croatia (RIS): Zagreb (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Cyprus (RIS): Lemesos (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Estonia (RIS): Tallinn (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Greece (RIS): Athens (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Latvia (RIS): Riga (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Lithuania (RIS): Vilnius (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Malta (RIS): Mosta (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Portugal (RIS): Caparica (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Romania (RIS): Timisoara (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Serbia (RIS): Belgrade (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Slovenia (RIS): Ljubljana (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
     
    We have 3 International Outreach Hubs:
     
    China: Beijing
    Israel: Tel Aviv
    United States: San Francisco
  • Active countries are updated on our website here: https://www.climate-kic.org/in-your-country/ :
     
    We are active in 34 countries

    Austria (DACH Region): Office in Vienna
    Belgium (Benelux Region): Office in Brussels
    Bulgaria (RIS): Sofia (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    China (Cross-KIC): Beijing
    Croatia (RIS): Zagreb (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Cyprus (RIS): Lemesos (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Czech Republic (CEE): Served by office in Warsaw
    Denmark (Nordics): Office in Copenhagen
    Estonia (RIS): Tallinn (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Finland (Nordics): Served by office in Copenhagen
    France (Med): Office in Paris
    Germany (DACH): Office in Berlin
    Greece (RIS): Athens (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Hungary (CEE): Office in Budapest
    Iceland (Nordics): Served by office in Copenhagen
    Ireland (UKI): Served by office in London
    Israel (Cross-KIC): Tel Aviv
    Italy (Med): Office in Bologna
    Latvia (RIS): Riga (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Lithuania (RIS): Vilnius (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Malta (RIS): Mosta (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Netherlands (Benelux): Offices in Utrecht and Amsterdam
    Norway (Nordics): Served by office in Copenhagen
    Poland (CEE): Office in Warsaw
    Portugal (RIS): Caparica (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Romania (RIS): Timisoara (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Serbia (RIS): Belgrade (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Slovakia (CEE): Served by office in Warsaw
    Slovenia (RIS): Ljubljana (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Spain (Med): Office in Valencia
    Sweden (Nordics): Served by office in Copenhagen
    Switzerland (DACH): Office in Zurich
    UK (UKI): Office in London
    United States: San Francisco
     
    We have 13 EIT Climate-KIC offices in
     
    Amsterdam (HQ)
    Berlin (Germany, DACH)
    Bologna (Italy, Med)
    Brussels (Belgium, Benelux)
    Budapest (Hungary, CEE)
    Copenhagen (Nordics – Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden)
    London (UKI – UK, Ireland)
    Paris (France, Med)
    Utrecht (Netherlands, Benelux)
    Valencia (Spain, Med)
    Vienna (Austria, DACH)
    Warsaw (CEE – Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia)
    Zurich (Switzerland, DACH)
     
    We have 12 “EIT Climate-KIC Hubs” in RIS countries:
     
    Bulgaria (RIS): Sofia (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Croatia (RIS): Zagreb (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Cyprus (RIS): Lemesos (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Estonia (RIS): Tallinn (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Greece (RIS): Athens (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Latvia (RIS): Riga (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Lithuania (RIS): Vilnius (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Malta (RIS): Mosta (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Portugal (RIS): Caparica (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Romania (RIS): Timisoara (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Serbia (RIS): Belgrade (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Slovenia (RIS): Ljubljana (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
     
    We have 3 International Outreach Hubs:
     
    China: Beijing
    Israel: Tel Aviv
    United States: San Francisco
  • Active countries are updated on our website here: https://www.climate-kic.org/in-your-country/ :
     
    We are active in 34 countries

    Austria (DACH Region): Office in Vienna
    Belgium (Benelux Region): Office in Brussels
    Bulgaria (RIS): Sofia (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    China (Cross-KIC): Beijing
    Croatia (RIS): Zagreb (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Cyprus (RIS): Lemesos (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Czech Republic (CEE): Served by office in Warsaw
    Denmark (Nordics): Office in Copenhagen
    Estonia (RIS): Tallinn (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Finland (Nordics): Served by office in Copenhagen
    France (Med): Office in Paris
    Germany (DACH): Office in Berlin
    Greece (RIS): Athens (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Hungary (CEE): Office in Budapest
    Iceland (Nordics): Served by office in Copenhagen
    Ireland (UKI): Served by office in London
    Israel (Cross-KIC): Tel Aviv
    Italy (Med): Office in Bologna
    Latvia (RIS): Riga (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Lithuania (RIS): Vilnius (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Malta (RIS): Mosta (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Netherlands (Benelux): Offices in Utrecht and Amsterdam
    Norway (Nordics): Served by office in Copenhagen
    Poland (CEE): Office in Warsaw
    Portugal (RIS): Caparica (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Romania (RIS): Timisoara (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Serbia (RIS): Belgrade (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Slovakia (CEE): Served by office in Warsaw
    Slovenia (RIS): Ljubljana (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Spain (Med): Office in Valencia
    Sweden (Nordics): Served by office in Copenhagen
    Switzerland (DACH): Office in Zurich
    UK (UKI): Office in London
    United States: San Francisco
     
    We have 13 EIT Climate-KIC offices in
     
    Amsterdam (HQ)
    Berlin (Germany, DACH)
    Bologna (Italy, Med)
    Brussels (Belgium, Benelux)
    Budapest (Hungary, CEE)
    Copenhagen (Nordics – Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden)
    London (UKI – UK, Ireland)
    Paris (France, Med)
    Utrecht (Netherlands, Benelux)
    Valencia (Spain, Med)
    Vienna (Austria, DACH)
    Warsaw (CEE – Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia)
    Zurich (Switzerland, DACH)
     
    We have 12 “EIT Climate-KIC Hubs” in RIS countries:
     
    Bulgaria (RIS): Sofia (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Croatia (RIS): Zagreb (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Cyprus (RIS): Lemesos (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Estonia (RIS): Tallinn (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Greece (RIS): Athens (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Latvia (RIS): Riga (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Lithuania (RIS): Vilnius (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Malta (RIS): Mosta (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Portugal (RIS): Caparica (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Romania (RIS): Timisoara (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Serbia (RIS): Belgrade (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
    Slovenia (RIS): Ljubljana (EIT Climate-KIC Hub)
     
    We have 3 International Outreach Hubs:
     
    China: Beijing
    Israel: Tel Aviv
    United States: San Francisco

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