The Race To Zero Dialogues | Gender-Responsive and Socially Equitable Resilience
As part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Race to Zero Dialogues, this event explored the challenges and opportunities for gender-responsive climate action with a focus on resilience and social protection.
We have provided three different times for this event, each of which will have a slightly different focus targeted to the location of its audience.
Co-hosted with the Women and Gender Constituency (WGC), these interactive dialogues featured conversations with a diverse group of prominent speakers and allow time for discussion and reflections in smaller groups.
Watch the full recording of the event targeted to Asia and Pacific:
Watch the full recording of the event targeted to Latin America and the Caribbean
Watch the full recording of the last event, focused on Europe, Africa and Middle East
To drive the transformation that is needed to build resilient economies, ecosystems, and societies– while ensuring that no one is left behind–stakeholders must show leadership and commitment in promoting gender-responsive, participatory, and representative governance approaches.
Virtual Learning Session | Climate action, gender equality, and resilient health systems: Integrated approaches in National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes
Join this virtual learning session to explore the intersections of health, gender equality, sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), and climate resilience!
Nature-Based Solutions as a Catalyst for Achieving Mutual Benefits for People, Nature, and Climate: Lessons learned from China and globally
Join our virtual event to learn about the long-term social, ecological, and economic benefits of nature-based solutions to climate change.
COP25 Halfway Point Webinar
Midway through the 2019 Climate Change Conference (COP25) in Madrid, the Earth Negotiations Bulletin team hosts an update on progress.
Data for the Climate and SDGs
How are thought leaders at the United Nations using data and statistics to support climate action in the COVID-19 era?