BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Microsoft Corporation//Outlook 16.0 MIMEDIR//EN VERSION:2.0 METHOD:PUBLISH X-MS-OLK-FORCEINSPECTOROPEN:TRUE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Arabian Standard Time BEGIN:STANDARD DTSTART:16010101T000000 TZOFFSETFROM:+0400 TZOFFSETTO:+0400 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT CLASS:PUBLIC CREATED:20231130T142613Z DESCRIPTION:This session explores the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) and Earth Observations (EO) for climate adaptation\, including insura nce and financial mechanisms. It sheds light on the role of the private se ctor\, which is an important driver for the implementation of AI and EO-ba sed risk transfer mechanisms and can provide new solutions as well as oppo rtunities for collaboration.\nWhile many challenges\, such as data gaps or technology access\, persist\, successful implementation of AI and EO for risk transfer mechanisms is becoming more important in climate adaptation. Panelists share their perspectives on the power of these technologies in enhancing data accessibility by offering practical insights and sharing st rategies for overcoming challenges. This session aims to foster collaborat ion to overcome shared challenges and discuss future opportunities on the transformative power of AI and EO in climate adaptation risk transfer mech anisms by establishing a platform for the private sector\, governments\, a nd development and international organizations.\nSpeakers:\nModerated by: Dr Johanna Nalau - Research Theme Leader on Adaptation Science and IPCC Le ad Author (AR6 WGII)\, Cities Research Institute\, Griffith University\n1. Dr Maria João Sousa: Executive Director\, Climate Change AI\n2. Tracy Ho : Head of Communications & Public Relations\, Blockchain & Climate Institu te\n3. Dr Rochelle Schneider: European Space Agency (ESA)\n4. Dr Maxime So uvignet: Team Lead – Climate Risk Analytics\, Munich Climate Insurance I nitiative (MCII)\nAmbrosio Yobánolo del Real: Subdirector of Planning and Management Control\, Agency for Sustainability and Climate Change of Chil e (ASCC) and Vice Chair - Technology Executive Committee\, Climate Technol ogy Centre and Network (CTCN)\n DTEND;TZID="Arabian Standard Time":20231202T173000 DTSTAMP:20231130T142613Z DTSTART;TZID="Arabian Standard Time":20231202T163000 LAST-MODIFIED:20231130T142613Z LOCATION:International Chamber of Commerce Partner Stage PRIORITY:5 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY;LANGUAGE=en-us:Collaborative Futures: Bridging Gaps with AI and EO in Climate Risk Management and Adaptation TRANSP:OPAQUE UID:040000008200E00074C5B7101A82E0080000000030E0CD7BBA23DA01000000000000000 010000000FBAD108EF6BB40428E632A6373C26691 X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

This session explores the po tential of artificial intelligence (AI) and Earth Observations (EO) for cl imate adaptation\, including insurance and financial mechanisms. It sheds light on the role of the private sector\, which is an important driver for the implementation of AI and EO-based risk transfer mechanisms and can pr ovide new solutions as well as opportunities for collaboration.

While many challenges\, such as data gaps or technology access\, persist\, successfu l implementation of AI and EO for risk transfer mechanisms is becoming mor e important in climate adaptation. Panelists share their perspectives on t he power of these technologies in enhancing data accessibility by offering practical insights and sharing strategies for overcoming challenges. This session aims to foster collaboration to overcome shared challenges and di scuss future opportunities on the transformative power of AI and EO in cli mate adaptation risk transfer mechanisms by establishing a platform for th e private sector\, governments\, and development and international organiz ations.

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Moderated by: Dr Johanna Nalau - Research Theme Leader on Adaptation Science and IPCC Lead Author (AR6 WGII)\, Cities Research Institute\, Griffith Un iversity

  1. Dr Maria João Sousa:< span style='font-size:12.0pt\;font-family:"Arial"\,sans-serif\;mso-fareast -font-family:"Times New Roman"\;background:white'> Executive Director\, Cl imate Change AI< /li>
  2. Tracy Ho: Head of Communications &\; Public Relations\, Blockc hain &\; Climate Institute
  3. Dr Rochelle Schneider: European Space Agency (ESA)< /span>
  4. Dr Maxime Souvignet: Team Lead – Climate Risk Analytics\, Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII)

Ambrosio Yobánolo del Real: Subdirector of Planning and Management Cont rol\, Agency for Sustainability and Climate Change of Chile (ASCC) and Vic e Chair - Technology Executive Committee\, Climate Technology Centre and N etwork (CTCN)

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