Programme Related Events
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Final Agenda for the UNDP CIRDA Workshop "Towards Sustainability for Climate Information Services: Achievements, Impacts, Lessons Learned and Next Steps"
Building resilience through integrated climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction: Concept Note
The high-level side event aims to highlight the importance of an integrated approach between climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction to build resilience and ensure sustainable development. The event will facilitate a dialogue among member states, concerned organizations and development practitioners on their experiences and lessons learned resulting from an integrated climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction approach.
Concept Note: Scaling up climate finance for formulation and implementation of National Adaptation Plans
Concept note and outline of the Side Event 'Scaling up climate finance for formulation and implementation of National Adaptation Plans', which was held during the UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakech, Morocco on November 10 2016.
A presentation on 'Scaling up climate finance for forumlating and implementing National Adaptation Plans" deliver at a side event during the UN Climate Change Conference 2016 in Marrakech, Morocco.
A slide presentation on the NAPs LDCF project presented at a side event held during the UN Climate Change Conference 2016 in Marrakech, Morocco.
Providing accurate, timely and reliable weather, water and climate information will be key in supporting the efforts of leaders across sub-Saharan Africa to build resilience to climate change and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. When used to improve decision making, hydro-meteorological information can empower nations, save thousands of lives every year, and strengthen livelihoods across a region that has contributed the least to human-induced climate change, but is among the most vulnerable to its effects.
10 November, 2016, 12-1:30PM
The Te Maeva Nui event in July, where many of the outer island students congregate on Rarotonga, presented a great opportunity for Climate Change Cook Islands (CCCI) to host a week-long workshop. The objective of the workshop was to give senior students the opportunity to - build their awareness of issues relating to climate change, develop their research skills, and to capture the interest of students with the various disciplines involved as potential careers for them. In addition, it was the intention that the workshop would lead to the development of a climate change related project for
The Global Exchange Workshop aimed to bring together project teams engaged in the CCAF and ACA initiatives in order to share experiences with one another and document critical lessons and emerging successes. Specifically, the objectives include: