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Presentations from the CONNECT Climate thematic track of the All Systems Connect International Symposium 2023.

TitleAll Systems Connect: CONNECT Climate presentations
Publication TypePresentation
Year of Publication2023
AuthorsAlexander, E, Quader, A, Kihara, F, Schreiner, B, Tukai, R, Perrine, A, Evans, B
Secondary TitleAll Systems Connect International Symposium, 2-4 May 2023, The Hague, the Netherlands
Pagination9 PPTX files
Date Published05/2023
PublisherOne For All - IRC, Water For People, Water For Good
Place PublishedThe Hague, the Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordscarbon credits, climate finance, climate mitigation, integrity, Loss and Damage, maladaptation

The All Systems Connect International Symposium was held from 2-4 May 2023, in The Hague, the Netherlands. The event included ten thematic tracks:

  • C1) CONNECT health
  • C2) CONNECT finance
  • C3) CONNECT climate
  • C4) CONNECT social justice
  • W1) Delivering safely managed water and sanitation services
  • W2) Markets and behaviour change: how people invest and driving to scale
  • W3) Water resource management: finding systemic solutions
  • W4) Governments, politics and systems change
  • W5) Systems change and collective action
  • D) Country Dialogues

Presentations hosted under this resource were part of the CONNECT Health thematic track.

CONNECT Climate explored how we can capitalise on strategic opportunities arising through national and global responses to the climate crisis – from growing investments in adaptation to the rise of mass citizens movements.

The theme included the following sessions (please use Microsoft Edge as browser for easy viewing):

C2.1 Climate justice panel

C2.2 Avoiding the maladaptation trap - integrity and cross-sectoral collaboration in climate financing

C2.3 Understanding Loss and Damage - unlocking new flows of climate finance - Adnan Ibne Abdul Qader, WaterAid

C2.4 Climate mitigation: Looking for win-win opportunities for WASH sector and for populations living in vulnerable situation

C2.5 Catalyse the movement to achieve SDG 6: testing the sprint prototype for water and climate activists (no presentation available)

C2.6 Tapping into climate finance flows for water and sanitation (6 presentations) - Emmanuel Olet, African Development Bank Group; Adnan Ibne Abdul Qader, WaterAid; Habibul Haque. WaterAid; Basile Ouedraogo. WaterAid; Sarah Custer-Lalanne, iDE

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