The Global Conference Climate Change (GCCC) 2021, 16-18 September, is an in-person global conference to address on multidimensional aspects of the climate change problem and presents a set of solutions, from technological innovation and ecosystem management to market mechanisms and behavior change, designed to disrupt the effects of climate change and to accelerate, innovate and scale up the world’s efforts in adapting to the inevitable effects of climate change.
To meet the climate change and sustainable development challenge, everyone must be empowered to contribute. But scientific discoveries are revealing more about climate change each year, and we now know that change is occurring at a faster rate than we believed. People in many parts of the globe are already surviving with the serious effects of global warming. For the most vulnerable countries, including small island, developing states in the Pacific and elsewhere, the need for action is real and instantaneous.
This Global Conference will be bringing together a range of key actors from institutions, governments, cities and communities, the private sector, and civil society, including youth movements, from all over the world, to make the world more climate-resilient. This Meet is a distinctive opportunity for participants to hear directly from environmental and climate justice leaders about regeneration in action. Hear about sustainable strategies and practices we can all implement and advocate for in order to build a more resilient economy and vibrant future. Join the discussion with cutting edge thought leaders sharing their knowledge, experience, and passion.
Since we all know that climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. In the last 10 decades the emission of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere has skyrocketed, particularly carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. It is fact that these gases stimulate climate change because they generate heat in the atmosphere, thus developing an increase in the earth's average temperature. Environmental problems mostly require joint action to find an effective solution. Voluntary technological policy measures will not be sufficient to stabilize greenhouse gas levels. Sufficiently restrictive regulatory policies are also required to limit emissions and promote technological innovation.
The innovations that could help achieve these aims include: