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COP 23 Side Event - A Global Adaptation Goal and borderless climate risks: strengths and limits of the Paris Agreement

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COP 23 Side Event - A Global Adaptation Goal and borderless climate risks: strengths and limits of the Paris Agreement

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 15:00

This side event explores how adaptation programmes can contribute to communities’ climate resilience, with particular focus on the provision of financial services. Panellists will share experiences and insights from initiatives in Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.

Wednesday, 15 November 2017, 15:00-16:30, Meeting Room 4 (100)

Many climate risks are “borderless”, meaning national adaptation is a global concern. But how do climate impacts cross national borders? Which countries are most exposed? Who should adapt and how? New research will be presented and a practitioner panel will discuss the road from Paris.

Organisers: Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Frankfurt School of Finance and Management gGmbH, Acclimatise (member of The Collider)

Moderators: Richard Klein (SEI), Åsa Persson (SEI)

Presenters: Magnus Benzie (SEI), Sara Venturini (Acclimatise), Oliver Schenker (Frankfurt School)

Panellists: Mizan Khan (Bangladesh delegation) John Firth (Acclimatise), Annett Moehner (UNFCCC Secretariat), Samah El-Bakri (Sudan delegation), Rebecca Nadin (ODI), Maria Banda (University of Toronto)

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COP 23 Side Event - A Global Adaptation Goal and borderless climate risks: strengths and limits of the Paris Agreement

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 15:00