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  • Ad Hoc Expert Meeting on Climate Change Adaptation for International Transport: Preparing for the Future United Nations Conference on Trade and Development


    Date: 16 - 17 Apr 2019
    Country: Switzerland
    City/State: Geneva
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Ad Hoc Expert Meeting on Climate Change Adaptation for International Transport: Preparing for the Future

MAIN HOST(S): United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

Type: Meeting or Conference Date: 16 - 17 Apr 2019 Location: Switzerland (Geneva) Venue: Room XXIV and XXVII, Palais des Nations

Drawing on earlier related work by the secretariat and following the UNFCCC COP 24, the meeting provides a forum for considered informal discussion among technical experts, key industry stakeholders and some international organizations on advancing the important issue of climate change adaptation and resilience building for international transportation across closely interlinked global supply chains.

It aims to identify effective ways to support adaptation action, resilience and capacity building, and to develop some policy recommendations to help inform the UN Climate Summit in September 2019.

It will also contribute towards progress in advancing the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and explore options for an informal international transport adaptation forum.

Event website: https://unctad.org/meeting/ad-hoc-expert-meeting-climate-change-adaptation-international-transport-preparing-future



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