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Making headway on loss and damage

How to scale up action related to loss and damage?

12 November 2022 at 10:30 EET

ending at 11:30 EET

Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt and Online

Nordic pavilion, COP27 Venue

Brown Wooden Bridge Over River, Våga, Innlandet, Norway

Brown Wooden Bridge Over River, Våga, Innlandet, Norway. Photo: Barnabas Davoti / Pexels.

What are the key issues in making progress on loss and damage? A new research paper from Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) and SEI, commissioned by the Nordic Council of Ministers, points at a number of topics related to policy, research and practice which must be addressed in order to scale up action related to loss and damage. At the event, stakeholders and observers will reflect on the conclusions of the research paper.


  • Mr Anil Pokhrel, Executive Chief, National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority (NDRRMA), Nepal
  • Zoha Shawoo, Associate Scientist, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), USA
  • Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim, Climate Activist and expert in climate adaptation for indigenous people, Chad
  • Kajsa Fernström Nåtby, Negotiator, Sweden

Moderator – Mattias Söderberg, Chief Advisor, DanChurchAid (DCA) Denmark.

Watch the recording (starts at 1:25:12)

Video: Nordisk Samarbejde / Nordic co-operation.

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This event will take place at the Nordic pavilion at COP27, Sharm el-Sheikh, but you can also join the event online.

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Zoha Shawoo
Zoha Shawoo



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