|Wednesday 11 May, 13.30 – 15.15, Mees Auditorium|
The Paris Agreement and the new Sustainable Development Goals placed climate resilience at the centre of economic development and poverty alleviation.
A key challenge is the profound lack of understanding about opportunities to support climate resilient investments – especially for private actors. There are new tools and approaches that help governments, businesses and individuals to take account of the risks of climate impacts, and opportunities to respond to these.
What are the biggest challenges associated with the design and financing of adaptation/climate resilience interventions? What are the roles and responsibilities of the different stakeholders (governments, public and private investors)? Join this session to find the answers with specific examples and solutions!
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|Organised by||Thymen Kouwenaar, Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, the Netherlands|
Paul van de Logt, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands
René de Sevaux, Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank FMO, the Netherlands
Michael Mullan, Climate Change and Development Co-operation, (CPI), Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), France
Bart van Gent, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands
Michael Wilkins, Managing Director, Head of Environmental and Climate Risk Research, Standard & Poor’s Rating Services, United Kingdom
Roel Messie, Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank FMO, the Netherlands
Craig Davies, EBRD Senior Manager Climate Change Adaptation
Bart van Bolhuis, Director International, Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, The Netherlands
Lola Vallejo, Senior Adaptation Analyst at OECD