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03 to 04 May 2023 | Open meeting

Flyer - Global Webinar on CCS & DRS Asia-Pacific, Europe and Western Asia
03 May 2023
06:00
06:15
Session 1: Opening and Introduction

Housekeeping items – Richard Pearce Tonkin, ESCAP

Welcome and opening addresses

    • Rachael Beaven, Director, Statistics Division, ESCAP
    • Brennan Van Dyke, Chief of the Capacity Development and Innovation Branch, Early Warning and Assessment Division, UNEP
    06:15
    06:20

    Introduction of the Statistics and Data Project “Resilient and agile National Statistical Systems to meet post-COVID-19 data needs to recover better” under the 14th tranche of the United Nations Development Account – Gabriel Gamez, UNSD

    06:20
    06:25

    Results of the Pre-webinar Survey – Piyapat Nakornchai, ESCAP

    06:25
    06:35

    Q&A

    06:35
    06:40
    Session 2: Demand for Climate Change and Disaster-related Statistics 06:35 – 06:40 Introduction – Richard Tonkin, ESCAP

    Introduction – Richard Tonkin, ESCAP

    06:40
    06:55

    Paris Agreement and Outcomes of COP27 – Vlad Trusca, UNFCCC

    06:55
    07:05

    Sendai Framework: Generating official statistics on disaster risk reduction – Animesh Kumar, UNDRR

    07:05
    07:10

    Climate Change- and Disaster-related SDG Indicators and Gaps – Teerapong Praphotjanaporn, ESCAP

    07:10
    07:20

    UNEP Emissions and Adaptation Gap Reports – Kaisa Uusimaa, UNEP

    07:20
    07:30

    Q&A

    07:30
    07:40
    Break
    07:40
    07:45
    Session 3: Overview of International Statistical Frameworks and Guidelines on Climate Change Statistics

    Introduction – Richard Tonkin, ESCAP

    07:45
    08:00

    Implementation of the Global Set of Climate Change Statistics and Indicators – Emil Ivanov, UNSD

    08:00
    08:15

    Conference of European Statisticians’ Core Set of Climate Change-Related Indicators and Upcoming Guidance on the Role of NSAs in Achieving National Climate Objectives – Malgorzata Cwiek, UNECE

    08:15
    08:25

    Q&A

    08:25
    08:55

    Country Example: Kyrgyzstan – Nazira Kerimalieva, National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

    Open discussion

    08:55
    09:00

    Closing remarks – Richard Tonkin, ESCAP

    04 May 2023
    06:00
    06:05
    Session 4: Overview of International Statistical Frameworks and Guidelines on Disaster-related Statistics

    Introduction – Richard Tonkin, ESCAP

    06:05
    06:15
    Break

    Sendai Framework monitoring and Global Framework for Disaster-Related Statistics – Rahul Sengupta, UNDRR

    06:15
    06:25

    Disaster Related Statistics Framework (DRSF) – Piyapat Nakornchai, ESCAP

    06:25
    06:35

    Measuring Hazardous Events and Disasters: Set of Core Disaster-risk-related Indicators – Michael Nagy, UNECE

    06:35
    06:45

    Q&A

    06:45
    07:05

    Geospatially Enabling Disaster-related Statistics: the Global Statistical Geospatial Framework (GSGF) and the Strategic Framework on Geospatial Information and Services for Disasters (SFGIS4D) Global Estimation Provided for Countries.

    • Claudio Stenner, IBGE, Brazil & co-Chair Expert Group on Integration of Statistical & Geospatial Information
    • Michelle Edwards, ODPEM Jamaica & co-Chair Working Group on Geospatial Information & Services for Disasters
    07:05
    07:35

    Country Examples:

    • Armenia – Naira Mandalyan, Statistical Committee of the Republic of Armenia
    • Türkiye – Erkan Ersen, Turkish Statistical Institute

    Open discussion

    07:35
    07:45
    Break
    07:45
    07:50
    Session 5: Ongoing Global Initiatives and Way Forward

    Introduction – Richard Tonkin, ESCAP

    07:50
    08:05

    Statistics in Practice with National Adaptation Plans

    • Jessica Troni, UNEP
    • Binaya Parajuli, Nepal NAP
    08:05
    08:20

    UNEP Climate Services and Early Warning System Portfolio – Bo Ra Kim, UNEP

    08:20
    08:30

    Q&A

    08:30
    08:45

    Importance of Institutional Cooperation and Governance – Gabriel Gamez, UNSD

    08:45
    08:55

    Way Forward: Overview of Workstream 2.1 Activities under the DA14 Project – Richard Tonkin, ESCAP, and Ekaterina Poleshchuk, UNEP

    08:55
    09:00

    Closing of the Webinar

    Date/Session Presentation Speakers

    3 May 2023

    Session 1: Opening and Introduction Introduction to the DA14 project Gabriel Gamez, UNSD
    Results of the pre-webinar survey Piyapat Nakornchai, Statistics Division, ESCAP
    Session 2: Demand for climate change and disaster-related statistics Paris Agreement and Outcomes of COP27 Vlad Trusca, UNFCCC
    Sendai Framework: Generating official statistics on disaster risk reduction Animesh Kumar, UNDRR
    UNEP Emissions and Adaptation Gap Reports Kaisa Uusimaa, UNEP
    Demand for Climate Change and Disaster-related Statistics Teerapong Praphotjanaporn, ESCAP
    Session 3: Overview of International Statistical Frameworks and Guidelines on Climate Change Statistics Implementation of the Global Set of Climate Change Statistics and Indicators Emil Ivanov, UNSD
    Conference of European Statisticians’ Core Set of Climate Change-Related Indicators and Upcoming Guidance on the Role of NSAs in Achieving National Climate Objectives Malgorzata Cwiek, UNECE
    Country Example: Kyrgyzstan Nazira Kerimalieva, National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic

    4 May 2023

    Session 4: Overview of International Statistical Frameworks and Guidelines on Disaster-related Statistics Sendai Framework monitoring and Global Framework for Disaster-Related Statistics Rahul Sengupta, UNDRR
    Disaster Related Statistics Framework (DRSF) Piyapat Nakornchai, Statistics Division, ESCAP
    Measuring Hazardous Events and Disasters: Set of Core Disaster-risk-related Indicators Michael Nagy, UNECE
    The Integration of Statistics and Geospatial Information and Climate Change and Disasters-related Statistics Claudio Stenner, IBGE, Brazil & co-Chair Expert Group on Integration of Statistical & Geospatial Information
    Country Examples: Armenia Naira Mandalyan, Statistical Committee of the Republic of Armenia
    Country Examples: Türkiye Erkan Ersen, Turkish Statistical Institute
    Session 5: Ongoing Global Initiatives and Way Forward Statistics in Practice with National Adaptation Plans Jessica Troni, UNEP
    Country Example: Nepal (no presentation) Binaya Parajuli, Nepal NAP
    UNEP Climate Services and Early Warning System Portfolio Bo Ra Kim, UNEP
    Importance of Institutional Cooperation and Governance Gabriel Gamez, UNSD
    Way Forward: Overview of Workstream 2.1 Activities under the DA14 Project Richard Tonkin, ESCAP, and Ekaterina Poleshchuk, UNEP

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