Webinar showcasing new science to inform policy and promote climate change resilience Supported by the Asia Regional Resilience to a Changing Climate (ARRCC) programme ahead of COP26 Date: 11 March 2021 Time: 7.30pm-9.30pm (Bangladesh time) / 1.30pm-3.30pm (GMT) Where: Online Agenda: Welcome by Dr Joseph Daron (Met Office) Opening remarks from Judith Herbertson (FCDO Bangladesh) Part 1: Innovations in …
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The UK-Bangladesh Climate Partnership Forum virtual series is building momentum on the journey to COP26. This virtual series will help to identify innovative ideas, partnerships and initiatives between Bangladesh and the UK that can catalyse climate action and build a community of practice, further strengthening collaboration between the two countries. Implementing and sustaining nature investments at scale Combatting climate …
Watch Prof. Saleemul Huq’s Talk form the webinar “Climate Change: Catalyzing Action, Our Role” This is a quarterly webinar by Prio Bangla Climate Change Awareness Program (CCAP) in association with New Virginia Majority and ACE Collaborative. Click here to Watch the full webinar – https://fb.watch/2Fxy_V47CO
International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) Organized Webinar on Why invest in Locally Led Adaptation in the lead up to COP 26. Date: 15 November 2020 (Sunday) Time: 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Bangladesh Time (GMT/UTC +6), 2.00PM-3.00 PM United Kingdom (GMT) Where: Online, using Zoom Watch the recording here: This virtual event was part of over 200+ events …
IIED and ICCCAD Jointly Organizing Webinar on what we have learned from past capacity building initiatives and how we can ramp up climate ambition. Date: Wednesday, 18 November Time: 11:00–12:15 (GMT) Where: Online, using Zoom To effectively adapt to the escalating impacts of climate change, support for locally led climate action is needed. Training, advocacy, and capacity building are proven pathways to change …
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