IPCC WG III Report: Mitigation of Climate Change

Virtual Dialogue on the Role of (Renewable) Energy

Wednesday, April 6th, 2022, 3:00 – 4:30 pm GMT | Registration: LINK

The Global Renewables Congress in partnership with Bread for the World cordially invite you to a virtual dialogue on the results of the IPCC WG III Report: Mitigation of Climate Change. The dialogue will take place virtually on Wednesday, April 6th, 2022 at 5 pm CEST/ 3 pm GMT, two days after the release of the full report on the 4th of April.

The event will provide an overview of the IPCC report with a special focus on issues related to the urgently needed energy transformation. The panel will discuss the reports’ implications for Germany and countries of the Global South. Bringing together ministerial decision-makers, legislators, and representatives of civil society organisations from Germany and the Global South, the virtual dialogue aims at an exchange for an improved understanding of energy-related plans, expectations, needs, and necessary actions for the mitigation of climate change. A summary of the energy-related parts of the IPCC report will be shared with participants after the meeting.

Please find the report here.


Item Speaker
Welcome & Introduction Jaime Fernández – Bread for the World

Anna Skowron – World Future Council

The IPCC Report Mitigation of Climate Change – background and main energy-related conclusions Dr Stephan Singer, Climate Action Network International and accredited reviewer of the IPCC
Panel discussion


Katrin Uhlig – Member of the German Parliament’s Committee on Climate Action and Energy

Raju Pandit Chhetri – Director of Prakriti Resources Centre (PRC) & Member of the Climate Change Council for the Government of Nepal

Norbert Gorissen – Commissioner for Energy and International Climate at the German Federal Foreign Office (AA) (tbc)

Open discussion
Closing Words


April 6, 2022


Zoom. Registration closed.

Participants info