Welcome to the LKDF Forum 2020
For the recovery from the COVID-19 crisis to be durable and resilient, recovery packages should be designed to “build back better”. For instance, these could help accelerate the shift towards a zero-carbon; climate-resilient electricity system while creating jobs. Energy efficiency is a clear candidate for a green recovery package, but it is essential to achieve climate goals and is often generally labor-intensive. These measures can be accompanied by investments in training to reduce skills shortages in the power and energy sector, including energy system engineers and building retrofit specialists.
High-level dignitaries joined the LKDF Forum 2020 and shared their messages for greener industrial skills development.
3:30 – LI Yong, Director General, UNIDO
6:00 – H.E. Melaku Alebel, Minister of Trade and Industry, Ethiopia
11:55 – H.E. Abdullahi Ali Hassan, Minister of Industry and Trade, Somalia
15:25 – H.E. Christopher Yaluma, Minister of Commerce Trade and Industry, Zambia
21:37 – Inger Andersen, Executive Director, UNEP
24:04 – Carin Jämtin, Director General, Sida
26:30 – David Hoey, CEO, WorldSkills International
28:55 – Sangheon Lee, Director of the Employment Policy Department, ILO
32:00 – Helen Hai, Head, Binance Charity Foundation & UNIDO Goodwill Ambassador
34:19 – Janne Vangen Solheim, CEO, Janusfabrikken AS & UNIDO Goodwill Ambassador
Master of Ceremony: Fifi Peters, Financial Journalist
Oct 6, 2020