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US Fair Share of a Global Mobilization - Inform Inputs into Processes - Shared screen with speaker view
Susannah Tuttle, NCIPL
58:29
Please share any clarifying questions, discussion points that you’d like to see addressed here in the chat box!
Mark Oswald
59:40
Will these slides be shared following the call?
Christian Holz
01:01:30
Yes, Mark, we can share slides (and a recording of the webinar) afterwards. Make sure you have filled in the RSVP form to get those goodies. https://forms.gle/5Ucao8VXdHBAgsTK9
Susannah Tuttle, NCIPL
01:01:30
Yes! Please be sure you completed the registration form so we can send you the slides:
Mark Oswald
01:02:50
Thanks!
Michael Malcom
01:11:03
✊🏾
Penny Hooper
01:13:36
How much do we owe the poorer countries according to the Paris Agreement and how much of it have we paid? Same question for Green Climate Fund?
Walter
01:19:57
Given limited time, is it more important to give tech and financial assistance to developing countries or to get our own house in order and put our efforts around a GND in the US?
Mark Oswald
01:20:49
Walter, are those 2 efforts necessarily in tension with each other?
Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns
01:22:02
Are you hoping to have these conversations in grassroots settings too? Or more with policy analysts?
Jesse Young
01:22:16
yes! i can't unmute myself, but it's about that range.
Walter
01:24:04
I would think it is great if we can support developing countries, but if I was India I would say you, America, need to do your part also.
Jesse Young
01:24:55
^ aforementioned report. https://www.oxfam.org/en/research/climate-finance-shadow-report-2018
Susannah Tuttle, NCIPL
01:34:21
Thanks for sharing the report Jesse!
Susannah Tuttle, NCIPL
01:35:18
We have just about 3 min left before closing, so please share any other comments, etc and we’ll do our best to respond!
sara Ochoa
01:35:27
Besides setting funds to aid the poor countries alleviate/mitigate effects of climate change, what concrete measures are we going to take in order to decrease our carbon footprint (which ultimately is reflected in our consumption patterns)?
sara Ochoa
01:35:50
My question is, what are the commitments that developed countries will do to decrease the demand of energy and resources overall?
Michael
01:39:18
As a member of a local community based organization (Sustaining Way), I want to say Thank You for the invitation to this very vital call.
Geri Freedman
01:40:25
Thank you for the invitation to this call. This is an in which area we rarely have conversations.
Susannah Tuttle, NCIPL
01:41:22
Yes Geri! With the diversity of USCAN member orgs we need to be able to cross-pollinate and have these huge conversations as a whole!
Susannah Tuttle, NCIPL
01:42:05
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Susannah Tuttle, NCIPL
01:42:30
For folks that need to jump off we will share the recording, and we do appreciate those of you that can stay until 3:30p!
Susannah Tuttle, NCIPL
01:42:35
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Susannah Tuttle, NCIPL
01:43:23
This is the first time we’ve tried this and look forward to lots more engagement and also appreciate suggestions on how to develop best practices on how to do these kinds of educational events
Sivan Kartha
01:44:14
I agree... ultimately, a minority of the planet can't live lifestyles that would bust the planet if the whole planet lived that way.
Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns
01:44:21
What about fossil fuel subsidies? Would that decrease fossil fuel industry's motivation to develop infrastructure and extraction?
sara Ochoa
01:45:09
I mean this is a great conversation!! This is exactly my question. Thank you Jean, Brandon and Sivan!
Sivan Kartha
01:48:14
I could say something about that.
Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns
01:52:10
Yes, Jean!
Michael Hansen
02:02:54
PREACH!
Sivan Kartha
02:03:17
Tell it like it is, Jean!!!\
Michael
02:03:34
Amen!!!
Brandon Wu
02:08:29
who set this tempo??? ouch :D
Sivan Kartha
02:08:35
How old are you, now?
Christian Holz
02:08:42
42
Christian Holz
02:08:50
The answer to the question to everything