Call for participation: Caribbean and Pacific Climate Change Adaptation

Source(s): Ocean & Climate Platform Global Island Partnership Conservatoire du littoral
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The goal of the Sea’ties initiative is to facilitate the development of public policies and the implementation of adaptation solutions for coastal cities threatened by rising sea levels.

Developed by the Ocean & Climate Platform, the initiative is aimed at elected representatives, administrators and stakeholders involved in this transition as a forum for sharing experiences of sustainable solutions.

Sea’ties is an international initiative to mobilize cities which feature a diversity of climatic, geographic, social, economic and political contexts. Many solutions have already been implemented across the world and can be inspirational for other regions.

By making connections between concrete experiences and characterizing them through illuminating scientific works, we can promote the most suitable practices and support the choices of political decision makers and regional administrators.

Please find detailed information and access to the online survey in the following links:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwRax21MwqA&feature=youtu.be

https://ocean-climate.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/seaties-web.pdf

Access the link to online survey here.

The deadline is 28 February 2021.

We highly appreciate your collaboration in this exciting initiative, for any queries please contact:

Raphaela Raaber, Sea'ties Initiative Coordinator at GLISPA

raphaelaraaber@gmail.com; info@glispa.org

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