Aid & International Development Forum
Panel: How Best to Address Climate Change Without a Global Deal
Mitigating the effects of climate change on the environmental capacity and security of vulnerable economies represents one of the principal challenges of modern day development, with climate change causing increased poverty, health risks, housing challenges and agricultural crises at unprecedented levels. This session will assess how best to alleviate the wide-reaching consequences of environmental degradation on developing countries, and improving the effectiveness of humanitarian responses to disasters caused by climate change. Featuring:
- Alexander Ochs, Worldwatch Institute
- Loren Labovitch, Millennium Challenge Corporation
- Dr. Samuel Lee Hancock, EmeraldPlanet
- Moderator: Dr. Andrew Steer, The World Bank
About the Aid & International Development Forum
The Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF) is the world leading forum for the humanitarian aid, relief and development sectors which facilitates partnerships, addresses global humanitarian and development issues and encourages the sharing of expertise.
AIDF brings together decision makers from UN, government, intergovernmental organizations, NGOs and the corporate sector who are involved in the delivery of humanitarian aid relief and development. Read more.
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