WEBINAR The big picture on Mainstreaming Adaptation, 7 April, 9 am CEST

Five years after the OECD policy guidance on mainstreaming climate change and development has been published, let us ask where we stand, and what has been achieved. Two prominent speakers will give a webinar on 7 April, 9am CEST. Come and join the debate!

Dear colleagues, dear friends,

We are happy to invite you to the above webinar of our discussion series on Mainstreaming Adaptation, it presents:

  • Where do we stand 5 years after the OECD policy guidance on integrating climate change adaptation into development cooperation? (Michael Mullan, OECD, Team Leader, Climate Change Adaptation, Environment and Development)
  • Experiences from the European Commission with mainstreaming adaptation. (Sami Zeidan, European Commission, DG Clima)

The presentations are followed by a Q&A session.

The respective time in different time zones are:

Tunisia: 08:00 am 09:30 am

 

     
Mexico DF: 02:00 am 03:30 am

 

     
Grenada 03:00 am 04:30 am

 

     
Germany (CEST): 09:00 am 10:30 am

 

     
South Africa: 09:00 am 10:30 am

 

     
Jakarta/Indonesia: 02:00 pm 03:30 pm

 

     
Manila/Philippines: 03:00 pm 04:30 pm

 

     
India 12:30 am 02:00 pm

 

     

To participate, please click Webinar 9.00 am (CEST) enter your email-address, choose “attend in browser” and access the webinar.

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This discussion series forms part of the knowledge exchange on AdaptationCommunity.net. Other topics are Adaptation Monitoring & Evaluation and Climate Information & Services. For the recordings of previous webinars please click here.

We are looking forward to welcoming you soon!

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