The climate crisis is already having devastating effects on the health & humanitarian sector. On the frontline, the Red Cross Red Crescent network is anticipating future adverse effects of climate change, while learning from local actors in the implementation of low-carbon solutions. But how can the aid sector reduce its own carbon footprint? Which solutions have already been tested on the field?
On December 9th, at 1pm CET, join ’45 minutes’, an event dedicated to bridging the gap between the humanitarian sector and the social entrepreneurship ecosystem and discover concrete solutions that aim to reduce the footprint of the humanitarian sector.
Date and time:
December 9th, 1pm CET
1 pm | Welcoming note from the RED Social Innovation team
1:05 pm | Quick introduction of Sakae Suzuki, Publisher at the Stanford Social Innovation Review in Japan
1:08 pm| Interview of the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre by Sakae Suzuki
1:15 pm|1st pitch from Qarnot, a social entreprise heating buildings using wasted energy of computers
1:20 pm| 2nd pitch from the Japanese Red Cross Society, which launched a zero-emission hydrogen ambulance
1:25 pm| 3rd pitch from The Fair Plastic Alliance, a multimaterial recycling Non-Profit company which reinvests profits in improving livelihoods
1:30 pm| 4th pitch from Deciwatt, an independent lamp to replace kerosene lighting in off-grid areas
1:35 pm | Q&A session
1:45 pm | Closing remarks
This ‘45 minutes’ event is organised by Red Social Innovation in partnership with the Stanford Social Innovation Review and the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre.
To participate, please register here:
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