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AdaptationCommunity.net to host webinar: Climate Change Impact Chains in Coastal Areas

AdaptationCommunity.net will host its second webinar under the study Climate Change Impact Chains in Coastal Areas, which forms part of the project Inventory of Methods for Adaptation to Climate Change (IMACC) and the host group AdaptationCommunity.net.

 Subject: Climate Change Impact Chains in Coastal Areas: informing decision making for adaptation
 
 Times:  1 October, 9 am – 10:30 am CEST 
 (3 am – 4:30 am Eastern Caribbean Time)
 2 October, 4 pm – 5:30pm CEST 
 (10 am – 11:30 am Eastern Caribbean Time)

The objectives of the webinar are:

  • To present and discuss the impact chains related to the 5 climate change related stimuli of acidification, ocean warming, precipitation change, sea-level rise and storms (based on the final results of the literature review elaborated by CIFOR);
  • To discuss the usability and applicability of the results for planning adaptation interventions in coastal areas;
  • To share experiences of adaptation planning and ecosystem-based adaptation in coastal areas, including opportunities and challenges.

To participate, please follow the links to either the session on 1 October or 2 October, enter your e-mail address, choose “attend in browser” and access the webinar.

Technical requirements: Please use a headset and enable Java in your browser. To make sure that your system matches all requirements, conduct a system check. For technical support click here.

AdaptationCommunity.net is an initiative of the German International Cooperation (GIZ) and the Center for International Forestry Research: CIFOR

Source: AdaptationCommunity.net


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