WEBCAST: The Advancing Climate-Resilient Development Symposium
Climate Change Resilient Development (CCRD) is a four-year project in support of USAID’s Global Climate Change Office. CCRD activities have taken place throughout Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, and Latin America and the Caribbean.
Climate Change Resilient Development (CCRD) is a four-year project in support of USAID’s Global Climate Change Office. CCRD activities have taken place throughout Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, and Latin America and the Caribbean. Hosted by USAID's Global Climate Change Office, this panel discussion is kicking-off a four-day long symposium that will be held in Washington, D.C., March 16-19, 2015. Seating for the opening session is limited, so register soon to guarantee your spot.
Seating at the sessions is no longer available, but the live webcast can be viewed on this webpage.
The Symposium will bring together adaptation and development experts and decision-makers to:
- Share lessons learned from USAID’s Climate Change Resilient Development (CCRD) project
- Exchange adaptation-related approaches and experiences
- Identify new ways to advance climate-resilient development
Implemented by Engility/IRG with a consortium of 11 partners, the CCRD project has piloted USAID’s “development-first” approach to climate change adaptation in more than 30 countries.
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Want to attend but can’t? Tune into the live or archived webcast at WilsonCenter.org (not every event is webcast live; archived webcasts go up approximately one day after the meeting date).
Roger-Mark De Souza
Former Director of Population, Environmental Security, and Resilience
Environmental Change and Security Program
The Environmental Change and Security Program (ECSP) explores the connections between environmental change, health, and population dynamics and their links to conflict, human insecurity, and foreign policy. Read more
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