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Key debates in climate, poverty and development August 29, 2011 Programme 10:00 – 10:05 Welcome: Gry Synnevåg, Noragric 10:05 -10:10 Introduction: Siri Eriksen, Noragric 10:00 – 11:05 Theme 1: Development structures and growth Arild Vatn, Noragric: How do current structures contribute to (or solve) the climate problem? Do we need new development structures? Zero-growth? Arild Vatn. Asun StClair, CICERO: Climate change as a global development issue Debate/discussion. Led by Desmond McNeill, SUM, University of Oslo. 11:05 – 12:00 Theme 2: Marginalisation processes and climate change measures Gitte Motzfeldt, Development Fund: Potential and constraints to addressing underlying causes of vulnerability through development programmes Tor Arve Benjaminsen, Noragric: Land grabbing as a marginalization process Debate/discussion. Led by Andrei Marin, Noragric 12:00 -13:00 Lunch break 13:00-14:05 The potential of climate risk management to strengthen adaptation Ingrid Nyborg, Noragric: How can humanitarian approaches contribute to addressing development problems Erling Kvernvik, Red Cross: Examples of how the Red Cross works to strengthen resilience at the local level Debate/discussion. Led by Linda Sygna, University of Oslo 14:05 – 14:20 Tea/coffee break 14:20 – 15:25 Can we change development through climate change measures? John McNeish, Noragric: No Rights, No REDD: The "social" as a missing ingredient to a viable plan for the reduction of deforestation Kirsten Ulsrud, University of Oslo: Local level transformation towards sustainability: Implementing solar energy supply in a village in Kenya Sunetro Ghosal, Noragric: How do we foster change through social movements? Debate/discussion. Led by Lars Kåre Grimsby, Noragric 15:25-15:40 Karen O’Brien, University of Oslo: Comments on the day’s discussions: Do we need to shift the debate from adaptation to transformation? 15:40 – 16:00 Siri Eriksen: What next? The Norwegian Climate, Poverty and Development Forum
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