Addressing climate risks and meeting climate-resilient, low-emission development needs requires a new generation of knowledge management tools. Each region, country and organisation has its own unique set of challenges and solutions but across these levels – from global to local – knowledge management initiatives and their stakeholders can learn from one another.
In this session, speakers will share experiences on topics including development finance, cross-border climate policy, climate adaptation in Africa, and country-level sustainable development and climate change action. We introduce a rich range of global, regional, national and international tools for knowledge management.
Participants and programme:
Daouda Ben Oumar Ndiaye, Lead Climate Change Specialist, Islamic Development Bank
Richard Klein, Senior Research Fellow, Stockholm Environment Institute
Daouda Ben Oumar Ndiaye, Lead Climate Change Specialist, Islamic Development Bank: The IsDB Climate Change Hub: Strengthening climate action in IsDB projects
Georgia Savvidou, Research Associate, Stockholm Environment Institute — Aid Atlas: Radical transparency for development finance
Kevin Adams, Research Fellow, Stockholm Environment Institute — Adaptation Without Borders: Integrating transboundary climate risk into national adaptation planning
Julie Teng, Climate Change Technical Specialist, United Nations Development Programme – A new initiative to meet adaptation knowledge needs in Africa
Discussion and synthesis:
Ahmed Al Qabany, Manager, Climate Change Division, Islamic Development Bank
Where: MDB Pavilion, Hall 8
When: Wednesday, 11 December, 9:00 – 10:00