Mitigating Climate Change through Safeguarding and Protecting the Global Hydrological Cycle using an Ecosystem-based Adaptation Approach

| June 12, 2018 | Leave a Comment

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Media Type: Report / Policy Brief

Year of Publication: 2018

Publisher: Active Remedy Ltd.

Author(s): Tara Joy, Stella Joy

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In November 2017 at COP 23, the United Nations Climate Change launched the 2018 Talanoa Dialogue Platform. Designed around the traditional Talanoa approach used in Fiji and the Pacific to engage in an inclusive, participatory and transparent dialogue, the platform encouraged contributions and conversation on the three questions of:

Where are we?

Where do we want to go?

How do we get there?

The parties brought these contributions and conversations together during the May 2018 session in Bonn and are in the process of synthesizing them into a final report that will be prepared by the end of 2018.

Active Remedy Ltd. contributed a submission presenting the potential for mitigating climate change through safeguarding and protecting the ecosystems critical to the global hydrological cycle. Access Active Remedy Ltd’s full submission.

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