New publication: Climate Justice in Ecosystem-based Adaptation

The IKI-funded and GIZ-implemented Global Project Mainstreaming EbA is happy to invite you to the launch of the new collection of publications on Climate justice in Ecosystem-based Adaptation”.

In early 2022 the Global Project on Mainstreaming EbA together with FAKT Consult launched a process to assess and contribute to bridging the gap between theory and practice of justice-based EbA.

The process was comprised of various phases, starting with a desktop review as well as stakeholder consultation and dialogue with over 60 representatives of Indigenous Peoples and local communities, local civil society organisations (CSOs), non-governmental organisations (NGOs), research institutions, national policymakers, implementing agencies, donors, and climate and biodiversity funds.

The outcomes of this process have been used to develop a collection of publications which hold knowledge and can provide guidance to bridge the gap towards justice-based EbA on the ground. During this launch event we will provide an overview of the process, the outcomes and the publications & tools that have been developed, so that you and other practitioners can apply them to your EbA work.

The online session will take place on December 1st from 2-3 pm CET.

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