Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Urban Resilience webinar series: #7 WEBINAR: Tools and methods for climate action plans and transformative participation.



Please, join next webinar from our Urban Resilience webinar series: #7 WEBINAR: Tools and methods for climate action plans and transformative participation.

The 7th webinar "Tools and methods for climate action plans and transformative participation " aims at presenting and discussing three different tools/approaches to enhance urban resilience at local level through capacity building and action plans. 

Climate Technology Centre and Network / Anthesis Lavola will focus on conducting diagnosis of vulnerability to climate change and developing energy and climate action plans; Adapt-Chile will address the value of ludic approaches for enhancing participation, specifically in groups where hierarchies may limit interaction; UN-Habitat will present the CityRAP tool for training city managers and municipal technicians to understand and plan actions aimed at reducing risk and building resilience through the elaboration of a City Resilience Action Plan.

18 June, 09:30 AM – 11:30 AM CET
Please connect 10-15 minutes before

WEBINAR SERIES: https://lnkd.in/gunbwEm

Panelists:

- Fruzsina Straus, Human Settlements Officer, UN-Habitat Regional Office for Africa, Nairobi, Kenya
- Selene Angelone, Urban Resilience Programme Specialist UN-Habitat Regional Office for Africa, Nairobi, Kenya
- Nadège Trocellier, Head of Climate Change Anthesis Group
- Cristóbal Reveco Umaña, Founder and International director (non-executive) Asociación Adapt-Chile, PhD candidiate, Climate Service Centre Germany (GERICS)

Moderator:

- Ash Carl, Director, Department of Urban Resilience Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC)


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