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Thursday, September 7 • 12:15pm - 1:30pm
How can open government help address environmental corruption and its linkages to climate change

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Corruption is a significant contributor to climate change, and a major obstacle to achieving both mitigation and adaptation targets. Tackling the corruption that fuels climate change and environmental degradation has been insufficiently addressed as a powerful way to reduce the impact of companies, governments and individuals that collude to put profit over environmental sustainability.
Session organizers: Ciudadanos por la Transparencia (Quintana Roo); Water Integrity Network

This room has a limited capacity of 108 persons. if you want to secure your seat please join the session early. For safety reasons, capacity cannot be exceeded.

OGP Resources
Fact sheet: This three-page fact sheet (in English and Spanish) offers a look at global progress and member examples of environment and climate-related reforms implemented through OGP action plans.

See the OGP Research Repository for more resources from the OGP Support Unit.

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Cynthia Dehesa Guzman

Director, Ciudadanos por la Transparencia

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Evelyn Hernandez

Head of Members and Affiliates, CoST, The Infrastructure Transparency Initiative
This session focuses on strengthening the transparency and accountability of domestic systems for managing climate finance and encouraging efforts to deepen stakeholder participation in climate-related policies. We are proposing a dynamic discussion to brainstorm ways to tackle opportunities... Read More →
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Barbara Schreiner

Executive Director, Water Integrity Network
Barbara Schreiner is the Executive Director of the Water Integrity Network. She has worked in the public, private and NGOs sectors in water for over two decades, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. She has a particular focus on issues of equity and social justice in water management. She has served on the Boards of IWMI, the GWP, and the Water Research... Read More →
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Ian Mwiinga

National Coordinator, Zambia EITI Secretariat
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Ahmed Afif

Vice President, Government of Seychelles
Ahmed Afif left the Polytechnic in 1987 and joined the Central Bank of Seychelles in January 1988 where he helped to enhance the existing systems and improve work output at the time as a clerk. He was awarded a scholarship in 1989 to go to for university studies at Warwick University... Read More →

Thursday September 7, 2023 12:15pm - 1:30pm EEST
7 - Club of Different Rooms Main Hall (4th Floor)
  Thematic Track