‘Living Below 2 Degrees C’-5th Asia Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum, Colombo.

Colombo- The SEPLAA Delegation comprising of Mrs. Ammara Farooq Malik, Ms. Zahra Wyne, Amal Farooq Malik and Dina Farooq Malik attended the 5th Asia Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum from 17th-19th October, 2016 in Colombo.

The following research abstracts of the SEPLAA and SEPLAA Foundation participants from Pakistan, which were based on environment related practice and policy formulation, got selected to be published in the Asia Pacific Adaptation Network conference resource book by the UN Environment Asia and Pacific Office, Thailand:

Financing for Adaption: Need for Enabling Social Enterprise Development in Pakistan for Sustainable Green Solutions, Malik. Ammara Farooq, SEPLAA (Formerly Seeds of Education, Policy & Legal Awareness Association), p34, Adapting And Living Under 2 Degrees C: Bridging Gaps in Policy & Practice, 17-19 October 2016, 5th Climate Change Adaptation Forum, Colombo, Sri Lanka, Published by UN Environment Asia and Pacific Office, Bangkok, Thailand.

Multi- Actor Cross Learning: Engaging Pakistani Women in Climate Change Adaptation, Wyne. Zahra, p.88 SEPLAA Foundation, Adapting And Living Under 2 Degrees C: Bridging Gaps in Policy & Practice, 17-19 October 2016, 5th Climate Change Adaptation Forum, Colombo, Sri Lanka, Published by UN Environment Asia and Pacific Office, Bangkok, Thailand.

Climate -Resilient DevelopmentEngaging Pakistani Youth in Climate Change Adaptation & Advocacy’, Malik. Amal Farooq, SEPLAA Young Leaders’ Club, p67, Adapting And Living Under 2 Degrees C: Bridging Gaps in Policy & Practice, 17-19 October 2016, 5th Climate Change Adaptation Forum, Colombo, Sri Lanka, Published by UN Environment Asia and Pacific Office, Bangkok, Thailand.

Over 800 international delegates from over 60 countries attended the three day forum and exchanged ideas on climate change adaptation and living below 2 degrees C on technical issues.

 

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