The Dialogue Spaces provide an opportunity for interested partners and stakeholders to regularly exchange, hold in-depth discussions around key themes and identify synergies and specific opportunities for collaboration. Find out more information about each Dialogue Space below.
Dialogue Space on Learning for Countries
The Dialogue Space on Learning for Countries is a space for UN CC:Learn Partners to discuss, share experiences and collaborate on key topics at the forefront of the ACE agenda with the purpose of building knowledge and skills in countries to support the implementation of their Nationally Determined Contributions and National Adaptation Plans.
Dr. Roberta Ianna works as Senior Expert at the Italian Ministry of Environment and Energy Security. She is a member of the governmental climate change negotiation delegation and is involved in activities at European and international level. She is Co-Chair of the Paris Committee on Capacity Building (PCCB) established at COP21 and National Focal Point on Article 6 of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and Article 12 of the Paris Agreement (Environmental Education, Training and Public Awareness).
The next dialogue is scheduled in May 2023 and will focus on “Young People Capacity Building Gaps and Needs to Access Climate Finance”. It will feature interventions from the Ministry of Environment and Energy Security of Italy, the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).
Dialogue Space on Learning through Youth
The Dialogue Space on Learning through Youth is a space for UN CC:Learn Partners to discuss, share experiences, and collaborate on ways of strengthening youth capacity for climate change action and learning from their active motivation, engagement and grassroots activism.
Dr. Amanda Katili Niode is a certified Executive Coach, Mentor, Trainer, Speaker and Writer specializing in Environmental Management, Climate Actions and Sustainability Practices for a Better Earth. She is the Director of The Climate Reality Project Indonesia, part of a global climate change leadership organization, with a mission to educate the public about the harmful effects of climate change and to work toward solutions at a grassroots. At present, the organization assists 1,000 volunteer climate reality leaders all over Indonesia, more than 500 of them are under 25 years old.
The next dialogue is scheduled in May 2023 and will focus on “Engaging Youth for Climate Action”. It will feature interventions from The Climate Reality Project Indonesia followed by discussion with partners.
Dialogue Space on Learning for Citizens and Professionals
The Dialogue Space on Learning for Citizens and Professionals is a space for UN CC:Learn Partners to discuss, share experiences, and collaborate on ways of ramping up climate change literacy and awareness among global audiences to help them make informed decisions and mobilise climate change action in their own contexts.
Dr. Amiera Sawas is the Chief Research and Engagement Office at Climate Outreach, which is an organisation that works with people from all walks of life to engage with climate change. Climate Outreach believes we need a social mandate on climate change - where everyone, regardless of their background or identity - feel part of the climate story and feel they have agency to take action and hold decision makers to account.