Upcoming session at Adaptation Futures: “Linking the NAP process and NDCs to accelerate enhanced adaptation action”

From June 18 to 21, Adaptation Futures 2018 will convene over 1,000 scientists, practitioners, business leaders and policy-makers from around the world in Cape Town, South Africa, to discuss climate change adaptation.

On Tuesday, June 19, GIZ is hosting a Side Event “Linking the NAP process and NDCs to accelerate enhanced adaptation action”. The event will discuss how to assure that existing progress on NAP process, knowledge and methodology be linked to the implementation and further iterations of countries NDCs, guided by best practices in this regard, in order to accelerate enhanced adaptation action including adaptation finance. It is thus situated within the larger context of integrating the post 2015 agendas into coherent national development plans and policies for sustainable and climate-resilient development.

Tuesday, 19 June, 16h30-18h15 | Parallel session S90 | Room 1.43

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