ADPC launches ‘Climate Talks’: Leading insightful conversations on climate adaptation and resilience


Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) has launched ‘Climate Talks’ to promote dialogue on climate change adaptation and resilience. The Climate Talks show is part of ADPC’s ongoing knowledge-sharing efforts, focusing on its key thematic areas.

Climate Talks is a knowledge sharing panel discussion series that aims to share information about the impact of climate change and the urgency of adaptation at policy and public level. Discussions also highlight adaptation needs of climate-sensitive sectors, such as agriculture, water and road infrastructure with a particular focus on gender, policy, planning and finance.


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