Building a climate resilient and just future for all: Cases from businesses and communities

Organizer(s)
Global Resilience Partnership

Date: 18 November 2020

Time: 05:00 to 06:30 GMT

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought resilience to the fore. It has laid bare the vulnerability of our societies and economies when they do not identify and plan for risk. This series of dialogues will focus on climate risk and the need for ambitious actions on building resilience across and within sectors and identify what can be done in the run-up to COP26, and how to set up a decade of action. 

This dialogue will explore the actions businesses and communities are taking to be resilient to the impacts of climate change.  This will include examples from Asia.

(Programmed for Pacific & Asia time)

Speakers:

  • YANG Peidan, C Team Executive Director 
  • LI Jiexin, Architecture 2030 China Program Director (TBC)
  • Speaker from Japan TBC (Backup: LU Zhiyao, Society of Entrepreneurs & Ecology)
  • ZHANG Xunyu, The Nature Conservancy Shenzhen Program Manager

Moderator: ZHOU Xiaozhu, C Team Program Manager

Organisers: C Team, Climate Resilience Network, China Association for NGO Cooperation, GRP and others

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