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AKADEMIYA2063 CLIMATE POLICY DIALOGUE SERIES: Exploring African Policy Priorities for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Pathways: from Paris to Sharm-El-Cheikh
In light of the increasing impacts of climate change on Africa's growth and development, the African Union Commission proposes to scale up support to efforts by African Union Member States to tackle the challenges of climate change, in particular, to meet their obligations under the Paris Agreement. Under the framework of these continental efforts to drive climate action, AKADEMIYA2063 is hosting a Climate Policy Dialogue Series to facilitate high-level stakeholder engagement around strategic areas of the climate change agenda. This initiative will provide a platform for exchange on country and continental efforts and create stronger linkages for better alignment in the support of NDC and NAP implementation.

In the lead-up to COP27, AKADEMIYA2063 is facilitating a consortium of organizations to co-design and run a series of "Climate Policy Dialogues" to offer African Think Tanks and Research Organizations an opportunity to reflect on the critical policy implications related to the current climate change negotiations at the global level. The thrust of this three-part series will be the facilitation of an approach that can inform and shape how the negotiations are prepared.
The dialogues will mobilize participation from policymakers, research organizations, farmer organizations, non-state actors' coalitions, development partners, and think tanks.

The first dialogue of this inaugural series will be organized in partnership with the African Union Commission Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, Blue Economy and Sustainable Environment (AUC- DARBE) and the Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN). The session will take a closer look at the intertwining relationship between the resolve of the African continent to transform its food systems and its commitment to implement the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

Sep 22, 2022 01:00 PM in Reykjavik

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