Archive High level panel: Getting ready for COP23

  • By Maarten van Aalst
  • 31/10/2017
October 31, 11 AM - 12 PM GMT / Join this BRACED Webinar in preparation for COP 23. During this high level panel we will address a few key concerns: 1. What is at stake at COP23; 2. The relevance of 1.5 degrees and the power of the Least Developed Countries in the negotiations; 3. The role and opportunities of non-state actors in the implementation of the global policies. Panellists include: Maarten van Aalst – Director Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre Christina Chan - Director for the Climate Resilience Practice at the World Resources Institute Saleemul Huq – Senior fellow climate change at IIED

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