Knowledge Sharing panel | Japan Stage

Host: United Nations Environment Programme
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The world’s major countries are moving towards a goal of decarbonization by 2050. What can we do in our daily lives to tackle the climate change issues that are threatening our planet? A critical piece of the puzzle in achieving a decarbonized society by 2050 is to shift our consumer society to a recycling society. In other words, we should create a society where we recycle the resources that we use rather than extracting non-renewable resources from our earth. In this session, speakers from diverse backgrounds—from environmental experts to a comedian to a youth athlete—will discuss what we can do in our daily lives to combat climate change and achieve SDG12 by transforming waste into valuable resources.



March 26 @ 11:00
11:00 — 11:35 (35′)
Time Bonn (CET)

Japan Stage

Aditi Ramola, Akari Terrell, Josephine Tan, Kosaka Daimaou, Risako Tanabe, Shunichi Honda