Inside the Innovation Zone at COP27 – Elected Officials to Protect America Participate in Impact-for SDG’s Solutions Lab

Impact-for-SDGs - A global platform in addition to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS)

Impact-for-SDGs – A global platform in addition to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS)

Politicians choose to protect America

Politicians choose to protect America

Climate Action Innovation Zone =- COP27

Inside the Innovation Zone at COP27 – Voters to Protect America Engage in Climate Change with Impact-for-SDGs

The latest climate science clearly shows that the world must pass Net Zero for Climate-good by 2040 (not 2050), and investors must decarbonize faster. “

– Ian Monroe

SHARM EL SHEIKH, EGYPT, November 14, 2022 / — The 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, commonly known as the Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC, or COP27, is the 27th United Nations Climate Change conference. COP27 builds on the results of COP26 to deliver action on key issues to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, sustainable development, and transition to zero impact of climate change. As Heads of State, Leaders, and negotiators, as well as climate opinion leaders meet in the Egyptian coastal city of Sharm el-Sheikh for the largest gathering every year of safety— new leaders come together at the Innovation Zone to discuss the solutions of the future.

Recruiters to protect America along with Impact-for-SDGs, Etho Capital, FullCycle and Climate + Positive Investing Alliance will participate in the Innovation Zone’s Climate Challenge Lab on November 14th 2022 as part of ” 27 Climate Change at COP27″ the COP project.

A high-level meeting of 30 selected world leaders will address the conference on investment through the UN SDG lens with discussions from business experts to present them the solutions they brought to the table.

Ian Monroe, CIO of Etho Capital and Lecturer at Stanford University participates in the Security Competition Lab speech:

“The latest climate research makes it clear that the world must pass Net Zero for Climate-good by 2040 (not 2050), and investors must decarbonize faster. The good news is that most investors can do Climate-Positive accounting today, and the requirement to have a full Scope 1-3 portfolio climate accounting is easier than ever most investors want.”

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Some of the keynote speakers on the Innovation field this week are:
Secretary John Kerry, US President’s Special Representative for Security,
HE Dr. Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, Arab Republic of Egypt
Børge Brende President, World Economic Forum Geneva
Mads Nipper, Chief Executive Officer, Ørsted Services A/S
Fernando González, Chief Executive Officer, CEMEX, SAB de CV
Mafalda Duarte, Financial Security Manager
Brad Smith, President and Vice President, Microsoft Corp
John Podesta, Senior Advisor to the President for Clean Energy Innovation and Implementation
Antonia Gawel, Head, Climate Change, Vice President, Center for Nature & Climate Change, World Economic Forum
Varun Sivaram, Executive Director and Senior Advisor, Clean Energy & Innovation, US President’s Special Advisor for Climate Change

Commenting on the situation Dominic Frongillo, Former Councilmember, Deputy Mayor Caroline, NY, Executive Director and Co-Founder of the People’s Choice to Protect America’s Speech :

“It is our moral duty to help frontline communities around the world. At home, President Biden is working hard with the largest investment in American history in solving climate for growth, innovation, and reduction. Here at the Innovation Pavilion, there are exciting solutions that will keep the economy clean as we change from our way dependent on fossil fuels.”

The high-level meeting on November 14th 2022 at the Climate Challenge Lab will feature industry leaders such as:

Nimra Amjad Chohan, Environmental Scientist, EOPA National Climate Taskforce for IRA Implementation & Founding Member of the Climate + Positive Investing Alliance, working on technology development at the Climate Lab (in collaboration with Impact-for- SDGs) and the statement:

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“Technology can make the process of requesting and using public funds more efficient and easier for communities. There is a gap in the market for policy-making- come out to bring harmony between state and local governments to bring together capital for some of the biggest and brightest solutions. I’m funding development tools of this difference in the market to have a large export and get the money where it should go. I am happy to announce that this will be done in collaboration with the Chosen Raised to Protect America (EOPA) is a nonprofit organization with more than 20,000 lawmakers nationwide. EOPA is supporting the Department of Homeland Security’s Budget Reduction Act in cooperation from our National Security Agency Among elected officials, veterans and community leaders. ”

Nisaa Jetha, International Policy Advisor, hosted by Impact-for-SDGs said:

The right-tech space will shape the landscape as new forms of capital are released. The use of technology can create free access to public funds for those who ask for attention in addition to solving climate problems and delivering on some of the important SDGs and why I so invest in this innovation. Our next phase of growth will take solutions across the industry, and I am happy to participate in the Climate Change Research at COP27 inside the Innovation Zone. ”

Alex Cornell du Houx, President & Co-Founder of Voters to Protect America, Air Force veteran and former ME state legislator also spoke about his time at COP27 and Required national duties:

“What is good is that at the Innovation Pavilion we are talking about innovations that will help all countries. The new technologies that have been proven will lead to climate solutions to take hold in the places that are difficult to access around the world. An exciting time of commitment as we come together to create a safer future for our world.”

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Another important solution at the Climate Protection Center is led by Stephan Nicoleau, Director of FullCycle commenting on the need for deep methane reduction. Nicole says:

“The research is clear – we need to take deep methane reductions and roll out real assets that can reduce methane emissions across key sectors – oil and gas, agriculture and disposal of them. The task now is to move to private capital and create a sustainable way for private capital to deploy methane-abating solutions of index, following the needs of countries in the first place. We are forming a private organization to join together to support the Global Methane Pledge and introduce new changes to its framework standard to comply with the reduction of methane production in the world.”

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