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Event: Designing and Implementing Transboundary Adaptation in Mountains

Join our next Adaptation at Altitude Knowledge Network Learning Event: ‘Lessons Learned: Designing and Implementing Transboundary Adaptation in Mountains’.

Date: Tuesday 9th July

Time: 13:00-14:00 (BST)

Location: Microsoft Teams

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Welcome – Rosie Witton and Kate Williamson (SEI)

Introduction to transboundary climate risks – Katy Harris, Senior Policy Fellow at SEI and Director of Adaptation Without Borders.

Panel discussion:

Audience Q&A

What is the A@A Knowledge Network?

The Adaptation at Altitude programme, funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), seeks to support mountain communities and those working with them by improving the knowledge of appropriate climate change adaptation strategies in the mountains, and transferring that knowledge through science–policy platforms to inform decision-making in national, regional and global policy processes.

The Adaptation at Altitude (A@A) Knowledge Network is a global community through which we can share experiences and knowledge on adaptation in the mountains and collaborate to accelerate the uptake of innovative solutions. Want to keep informed about our upcoming meetings and events? Find more information and details on how to get involved on our A@A Knowledge Network homepage.

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