South Asia Regional Resilience Hub
September 20 - September 30
ICCCAD believes that placing local constituencies from local geographies at the center of the discussion allows front-line leaders to share their local adaptation strategies and internal knowledge and experience to engage with external knowledge and enhance their understanding of the impact of climate. Movement building is most effective within your own locality. Organizing constituencies within local geographies makes it easier to understand the nature of power, engage with it, demand accountability and be accountable.
Programme of Events
The inaugural event of this year’s South Asia Regional Resilience Hub will be held on 20 September 2022 virtually with the speech from world renown climate scientist Dr. Saleemul Huq, Director of the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD). The ICCCAD will host the event focusing on the frontline people who directly dealing with the adverse effect of climate change in South Asia.
The events hosted at the South Asia Region Hub at COP26 was an eye opener and gave ICCCAD a glimpse of the possibilities of going deeper and engaging specific geographical constituencies from the frontlines at the regional hub at COP27.
ICCCAD believes that by placing specific constituencies at the center of these discussions gives a deeper, more nuanced and rounded understanding of specific local adaptation strategies and vulnerabilities based on specific geographies.To know more visit the event page