COP26: Energy Transition – Compassionate leadership towards a sustainable world

“Just transition now” reads a flag waving in the wind. Thousands of people joined a march through Glasgow city center, calling for climate justice and world leaders to address the climate emergency at COP26. Photo: LWF/Albin Hillert
“Just transition now” reads a flag waving in the wind. Thousands of people joined a march through Glasgow city center, calling for climate justice and world leaders to address the climate emergency at COP26. Photo: LWF/Albin Hillert

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Our future urgently calls for credible pathways towards a positive change and a global energy transition to net-zero emissions, including a “bottom-up” approach involving all citizens. One challenge is to encourage compassionate leadership so that no one is left behind in this transition.  

Panelists: 

  • Lydia Lehlogonolo Machaka, Energy and Climate Officer CIDSE, South Africa/Brussels 
  • Golo Pilz, Energy Adviser to the Brahma Kumaris, Initiator of India-One Solar Power Thermal Plant 
  • Khulekani Magwaza – Lutheran World Federation Council member, South Africa 
  • Sis Jayanti, Main Representative of the Brahma Kumaris to UN, Geneva, and Director for Brahma Kumaris in Europe and the Middle East  

Moderator:

  • Sonja Ohlsson, Brahma Kumaris Director of Climate Action and Designated Contact Point to the UNFCCC 

 

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Open to All
Begins
8:00 PM GMT+01:00
11 November 2021
Ends
9:00 PM GMT+01:00
11 November 2021

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Themes

COP26
Climate
Climate Change
Climate Justice
Youth

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