| *Timings are according to British Summer Time (BST).
|10:00am || Opening Speech - Professor Anthony Nyong |
| || CLIMATE 100, Director for Climate Change and Green Growth, African Development Bank Group|
|10:30am || Panel Discussion: Biodiversity & Climate Change |
| || (running in parallel with Empowerment & Campaigning) ||
- - Dr Ed Turner: Conservation scientist, insect specialist and palm oil researcher
- - Duncan Mackay: President of the Cambridge Natural History Society
- - Jonathan Shanklin: Meteorologist, recently retired from the British Antarctic Survey, where Jonathan made the discovery of the Antarctic ozone hole
| || Panel Discussion: Empowerment & Campaigning|
| || (running in parallel with Biodiversity & Climate Change) ||
- - Tungsten Tang & Kam Galloway: Tungsten: Undergraduate Co-chair of the CUSU Ethical Affairs Campaign, which increases the awareness of social and environmental issues around campus and aids student campaigns. Kam: Climate Justice Campaigns Officer under CUSU Ethical Affairs.
- - Harvey Brown: Undergraduate co-chair of the CUSU Ethical Affairs Campaign and active member of the Jesus College Climate Justice Campaign
- - Dr Neeshad Shafi: CLIMATE 100, Co-Founder of Arab Youth Climate Movement Qatar
- - Dr Saurabh Gupta: Founder of Earth5R, citizen-led program “ACT Global”, Action, Collaboration, Transformation.
- - Agnes Hall: Renewable Energy, Campaigns Director from 350.org
|12:00pm || Lunch |
|2:00pm || Panel Discussion: Sustainable Agriculture ||
- - Prof Howard Griffiths: Professor of Plant Ecology and leader of the Cambridge Global Food Security Interdisciplinary Research Centre
- - Dr Fabiano de Andrade Correa: Lawyer and international consultant, and serves as Lead Counsel for the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL), Peace, Justice and Governance Programmes.
- - Duncan Catchpole: Founder and owner of the Cambridge Organic Food Company and Cambridge Food Hub
- - Kefeshe Bernard: Undergraduate Cambridge student, intersectional climate justice activist, and blogger about veganism and sustainability
|4:00pm || Panel Discussion: Eco-Cities |
| || (running in parallel with From Awareness to Action) ||
- - Director Debbie Raphael: CLIMATE 100, Director of the San Francisco Department of the Environment
- - Mayor Mohamed Sefiani: CLIMATE 100, Mayor of Chefchaouen, Morocco (Unfortunately unable to attend)
- - Trude Rauken: Interim Director, Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance
- - Taylor Leigh Cannizzaro, Plastic Bank: Recycling, Circular Economy
- - Luisa Deragon: Co-founder & CEO of RE.USE (CCSF 2021 Coordinator and guest speaker filling in for Mayor Mohamed Sefiani)
| || Panel Discussion: From Awareness to Action |
| || (running in parallel with Eco-cities) ||
- - Rhiannon Osborne: Independent commissioner on the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Independent Commission on Climate
- - Dr Hannah Charlotte Copley: Campaigner on the Climate and Ecological Emergencies, and the intersection between social justice and climate justice. Recently elected Green Party Cambridge City Councillor, and medical doctor and researcher.
- - Dr Hayley Pinto: Co-founder of CHAIN (Climate Hope Action in Norfolk – a local awareness raising and lobbying group), a speaker for Greenpeace and a member of Doctors for Extinction Rebellion, PsychDeclares and HealthDeclares.
- - Lulu Agate: Volunteer with Cambridge Friends of the Earth
|5th June |
|*Timings are according to British Summer Time (BST).|
|10:00am || Panel Discussion: Sustainable Policy |
| || (running in parallel with Circular Economy & Clean Energy) ||
- - Rosanna Jackson: Carbon Trust; policy design (Asian markets)
- - Dr Peter Pope & Kath McGuire: Kath: Educator and active member of Doughnut Economics Cambridge; Peter: Retired physicist and permaculture advocate
- - Prof. Naoko Ishii: CLIMATE 100, Professor and executive vice president at the University of Tokyo, where she is also the inaugural director for the Center for Global Commons
| || Panel Discussion: Circular Economy & Clean Energy |
| || (running in parallel with Sustainable Policy) ||
- - Manav Khanna: PhD student on circular economy: Management in Innovation; Sustainability; Healthcare; CO2 emissions
- - Tom Howes: Head of the Energy and Environment Division at the International Energy Agency (IEA). Currently, liaising with COP26 and UN parties and the IEA's work on CCUS technology policy.
|11:30am || Green Fair |
| || The Green Fair showcases initiatives in Cambridge that has sustainability related targets. This event will be held online via Zoom.|
|12:30pm || Closing Speech - Dr Jyoti Kirit Parikh |
| ||CLIMATE 100, Executive Director, Integrated Research and Action for Development|