The Global Project Mainstreaming EbA, the InsuResilience GlobalPartnership and ACRI+ are delighted to present you the public webinar ‘Ecosystem-based Adaptation and Insurance: Success, Challenges and Opportunities’
Part of a series of webinars from the International EbA Community of Practice.
Inputs from and discussion with:
Michael Beck (University of California Santa Cruz)
Kerstin Pfliegner (The Nature Conservancy)
Oliver Quast (Social Impact Partners)
Daniel Stadtmüller (InsuResilience Secretariat, GIZ)
Recorded on: Thursday, 14 November 2019, 16:30 – 18:00 CET / 08:30-10:00 UTC-7
Please also find the slides @: webinar-slides: EbA & Insurance
The training course “Dealing with climate-related loss and damage as part of comprehensive climate risk management” provides explanations about concepts, approaches and measures to avert, minimize and address Loss and Damage – based on GIZ’s own experience and that of others, enabling our partners to take action. This training course serves as a tool to build technical capacities and initiate dialogue among partners working on the issue, in various communities (climate, disaster, development etc.), in different sectors and at various levels. It targets technical staff of institutions and decision-makers in partner countries.
- Module I: Managing climate risks – the basics
- Module II: International Policy
- Module III: Dealing with L&D as part of comprehensive climate risk management
- Assessing climate risk and L&D
- Identification of options
- Prioritization of options
- Module III extended: The Private Sector and CRM
- Module III extended: Financial instruments, with focus on insurance
- Module IV: Mainstreaming
- Module V: Financing
- Compact Workshop for Decision Makers: concise overview of CRM which targets high-level-decision makers
The training is delivered face-to-face. It is facilitated by means of presentations, media support and action learning integrated at appropriate points in the training design. The modular structure of the course allows trainers to choose appropriate content and design tailored training courses for specific local audiences. The complete training package consists of a trainer’s handbook, a participant’s manual, presentations and additional teaching materials. The training roll out has started in 2017.
Contact: Ivo Litzenberg, firstname.lastname@example.org
How to assess infrastructure climate risks? This training course for practitioners and decision makers raises awareness about the specific requirements to assess climate risks of infrastructure. Whereby, many climate risk assessments focus on larger spatial scales and entities, the system of interest for infrastructure climate risk assessment is at the object level and its assets. Moreover, the methodology developed by Engineers Canada and their Public Infrastructure Vulnerability Commitee (PIEVC), is working with infrastructure specifc impact thresholds for specific important climate parameters that are translated into climate indices projected into the future according to the life-cycle of the infrastructure. Continue reading “Public Infrastructure Climate Risk Assessment”