From Knowledge to Practice: Advancing Gender-Responsive Nature-Based Climate Solutions
Nature-based climate solutions (NBCS) that conserve, restore, and sustainably use biodiversity and ecosystems hold promise in helping people adapt to the impacts of climate change.
Join us for two consecutive sessions aimed at helping organizations in Canada to advance gender-responsive NBCS for climate change adaptation.
Session 1: Implementing Gender-Responsive Nature-Based Climate Solutions
Join the Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC) and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) for a capacity-building session on advancing gender equality through rights-based, inclusive approaches to NBCS for climate change adaptation. The session will include case study presentations and breakout group discussions with experienced practitioners.
- Angie Dazé, Lead, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion with IISD’s Resilience program
- Humaira Daniel, Climate Change Specialist, AKFC
Session 2: Nature-Based Climate Solutions and Biodiversity Community of Practice Meeting
Global Affairs Canada welcomes organizations to a meeting of the NBCS and Biodiversity Community of Practice to discuss key principles, areas of focus, and objectives, in preparation for the first annual meeting during the 2023 International Development Week.
- Céline Heinbecker, Director, Climate Finance Partnerships, GAC
- Kerry Max, Special Advisor, Climate Finance Partnerships, GAC
See the registration page for full details.
IGF 18th Annual General Meeting
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IISD Sustainability Certificate Series
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