APAN Forum 2018: Experts Gather to Foster Learning to ‘Enable Resilience for All’

Over 1,000 delegates are meeting in Manila to discuss adapting to the worst impacts of climate change. Recent global warming assessment predicts devastation to coastlines and crops across Asia-Pacific. The Asia-Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum is the largest gathering of its kind in the region.

MANILA, PHILIPPINES (17 October 2018) — More than 1,000 scientists, government officials, representatives from civil society and businesses, as well as development partners from 60 countries are meeting this week at the Asian Development Bank (ADB) headquarters in Manila for the 6th Asia-Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum, to share and discuss urgent adaptation solutions to build resilience against the adverse impacts of climate change.

Daily Report: Day 3 - From Knowledge to Action: Accelerating Climate Adaptation

From Knowledge to Action: Accelerating Climate Adaptation

Daily Report: Day Resilience for All Means No One Gets Left Behind

Resilience for All Means No One Gets Left Behind

Daily Report: Day 1 - Greater Partnerships for a Climate Resilient Asia-PacificGreater partnerships foster climate-resilient Asia-Pacific’

Press Release: Experts Gather to Foster Learning to ‘Enable Resilience for All’

Experts Gather to Foster Learning to ‘Enable Resilience for All’

FOLLOW APAN FORUM:

Media contact:  esther.lake@un.org

 

Last Updated: 19 Oct 2018