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From: Anja Gengo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, Jan 19, 2021 at 11:22 PM
Subject: [NRIs List] FW: [IGF 2021] New intersessional work project: Policy
Network on Environment and Digitalisation
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
With apologies for crossposting, please note that the IGF 2021 will focus
on a new intersessional work activity: *Policy Network on Environment and
Some of you will recall that, as part of the IGF 2020 Call for voluntary
commitments, the Swiss President announced the commitment to support the
environmental matters related to Internet governance through the IGF.
Please see below for more information.
We would be most grateful if you would share this information across your
networks and invite interested stakeholders to subscribe to a dedicated
*Subscribe to the PNE mailing list via this link:
We are looking forward to a successful cooperation with many NRIs
communities on the PNE project.
From: IGF Secretariat <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, 19 January, 2021 11:08 AM
To: IGF Secretariat <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [IGF 2021] New intersessional work project: Policy Network on
Environment and Digitalisation
After the environmental track has received much attention during the IGF
2020, the IGF 2021 cycle will focus on a new intersessional workstream:
Policy Network on Environment and Digitalisation (PNE)<
Overall, the PNE will focus on assessing and gathering best practices on
environment matters of relevance for the digital public policy.
The prime objective of the PNE would be to strengthen and enhance the
\’\’intersessional policy development work\’\’, as per the IGF\’s mandate and
project document, but also the Secretary-General\’s Roadmap for Digital
Cooperation, through building on the success of the so far implemented
IGF\’s intersessional work including its Best Practice Forums (BPFs) and
Dynamic Coalitions (DCs). The PNE would also help shed more light on the
interplay between environment and digitalisation processes and place this
topic higher on the Internet governance global agenda, thus contributing to
the overall goal of protecting the environment and planetary health. It
will further contribute to better understanding local specificities when it
comes to environmental matters; assessing good practices and creating
frameworks for long-term cooperation.
In the coming days, more information about the timeline and concrete steps
on the PNE implementation will be shared. The IGF Secretariat invites
stakeholders to subscribe to this dedicated public mailing list
email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>, through which all
PNE-related information will be shared:
Subscribe to the PNE mailing list via this link:
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