How can Asia and the Pacific enable Resilience for all?

Updated: Mar 4

This year, the 7th Asia-Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum will be held virtually on 8-12 March 2021. In the Critical Decade to Scale-up Action, the forum will aim to provide a space for knowledge exchange on actions towards climate-resilient development.

As a supporting partner of the APAN Network, the AIT RRC.AP is contributing to the discussion on pathways to enable resilience by co-organising two virtual sessions and participating in the virtual exhibition.


Collaborating Efforts to Strengthening Cities Resilience to Climate and Disaster Risks Tuesday 9 March 2021, 11:15-12:45 (UTC+7)

This virtual session will provide information and facilitate discussions on key challenges and issues of countries in Asia and the Pacific in mainstreaming disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation into local planning and policy development processes and increasing political commitment and social demand for climate and disaster resilient development.


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Climate Finance in Flux: how can finance flows steer resilience pathways that truly leave no one behind?

Friday 12 March 2021, 11:15-12:45 (UTC+7)

This session will seek to gather reflections, insights, and lessons learnt from individuals with experience in organizations involved in project design, stakeholder engagement, and resource mobilisation on ongoing efforts, models, and priority areas to increase inclusion in resilience-building activities as enabled by finance and investments. See Flyer here

Check-out the full forum programme here and register here to attend these and more sessions!