COP27 Resilience Hub report out now
The COP27 Resilience Hub report provides a run down of the key resilience and adaptation outcomes from COP27 and the main messages and policy takeaways from the Resilience Hub. It has been developed from inputs from more than 70 Resilience Hub sessions, the four Regional Resilience Hubs that took place in the lead up to COP27, as well as over 15,000 people across the world who participated in-person and online.
This project is supporting the development and diffusion of innovative adaptation practices, tools, and technologies, and generating an evidence base for implementing entities and other funds to scale up.
CDKN at COP27
Join CDKN at COP27 from 6-18 November where we will be launching a new phase and participating at a number of events virtually and in-person. You can also find us at a physical exhibition stand and at the COP Resilience Hub.
21st September 2022
Knowledge into use awards: #Art4Resilience
CDKN, in collaboration with the Global Resilience Partnership (GRP) and the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD), through the Resilience Knowledge Coalition, is launching the “Knowledge into use” awards in the lead-up to the Resilience Hub at COP27.
25th August 2022
Knowledge for resilience: a small island state perspective
H.E. Sylvanie Burton is Permanent Secretary to the Government of Dominica, Ministry of Youth Development and Empowerment, Youth at Risk, Gender Affairs, Seniors Security and Dominicans with Disabilities. She spoke with Mairi Dupar about the role of knowledge and education in preparing people and communities to be more resilient.