Risk Assessments: Webinars on 24 October and 2 November 2017

The international EbA Community in collaboration with the SNRD Asia Climate Change Adaptation Working Group are delighted to invite you to a series of two webinar on

Webinar 1: Climate risk assessments in the adaptation policy context, 24 October 2017, 8.00-9.00 CET

  • GIZ’s new Risk Supplement to the Vulnerability Sourcebook
  • Country insight: Reconciling risk & vulnerability assessment for land use planning in the Philippines

Please register here.

Webinar 2: Climate risk assessment fo Ecosystem-based Adaptation, 2 November 2017, 15.00-16.00 CET

  • Community NEWS: 2nd international EbA Community of Practice Workshop
  • Expert input: Climate risk assessment for Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA)

Please register here.

 

The recordings will be made available on www.adaptationcommunity.net

Looking forward to meeting you virtually!

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