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15th International Conference on Community-based Adaptation to Climate Change (CBA15)

We have 12 items tagged with ‘15th International Conference on Community-based Adaptation to Climate Change (CBA15)’.
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    Building wider support for ecosystem-based adaptation: how can communications help?

    Evidence shows that ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) can help increase people's resilience and ability to adapt to climate change. However, policy-makers have not adopted this approach as widely as they could. Following a recent CBA15 event, Gabriela Flores outlines three ways communications could help increase EbA uptake.

    13 July 2021 | Blog | Climate change
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    CBA15: Four messages ahead of COP26

    The annual international conferences on community-based adaptation (CBA) are unique events where adaptation practitioners, researchers, donors and decision-makers come together with grassroots community representatives and engage in open, dynamic conversations about how best to drive locally-led adaptation to climate change. This year’s event, CBA15, saw more than 400 people from more than 60 countries discuss how adaptation that is inclusive and locally led can be delivered in practice. This blog shares highlights from these exchanges

    5 July 2021 | Blog | Biodiversity
  • Anne-Marie Trevelyan looks into a camera and speaks

    UK minister says enabling more locally led adaptation is a key aim for COP26

    The UK's COP26 Adaptation and Resilience Champion Anne-Marie Trevelyan says enabling more locally led adaptation informed by inclusive plans is a critical part of what the UK wants to achieve at this year's UN climate talks

    18 June 2021 | News | Climate change
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    Event highlights: CBA15 – 15th International Conference on Community-based Adaptation to Climate Change

    CBA15 is the leading practitioner-focused forum on climate change adaptation, delivering dialogue and evidence to inform policy and action from the local to the global scale. More than 400 people from almost 70 countries gathered online for learning, networking and creative dialogue. This page brings you daily highlights from the five-day conference

    14 June 2021 | Article | Climate change
  • Head and shoulders image of Sonam P Wangdi, in traditional Bhutanese attire, speaking into a video camera

    CBA15 opens with LDC chair warning that 2021 is a critical year for action

    The chair of the Least Developed Countries Group on climate change has warned that while the world’s attention has been on COVID-19, the crises on climate, biodiversity loss and poverty continue – and the stakes have never been higher than today

    14 June 2021 | News | Climate change
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    Q&A: CBA15 innovation theme highlights transformative change

    This year’s International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation (CBA15) has a new theme: innovation for adaptation. Here Chris Henderson and Susan Nanduddu explain why innovation is needed and preview some of the sessions on offer

    3 June 2021 | Article | Climate change
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    Twitter chat: CBA15 - local solutions inspiring global action

    Join IIED for a Twitter chat on 9 June to discuss how to scale up local climate action. The Twitter chat will use the hashtag #CBA15

    21 May 2021 | News | Climate change
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    Q&A: CBA15 – build your skills

    The International Conference on Community-based Adaptation to Climate Change is the global gathering focused on grassroots adaptation to climate change. This year, for the first time, organisers are hosting a whole day dedicated to training. Here we learn how the day will work and discuss the wider aims of this initiative

    11 May 2021 | Article | Climate change
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    Q&A: CBA15 – is your climate innovation hot enough for the Dragons’ Den?

    Juliet Grace Luwedde, joint winner of the Dragons’ Den contest at the 14th International Conference on Community-based Adaptation (CBA14), talks about her experience, what she learned, what she gained and how we can make this year's Dragons’ Den event even better

    31 March 2021 | Article | Climate change
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    CBA15: Can adaptation be a superhero in the 'super year' for climate and nature?

    Innovation will be key in bouncing forward from COVID-19 and delivering on the ambitions of the 'super year' – to protect nature, tackle poverty and accelerate climate action. The CBA community will be ready to hold decision-makers accountable on the commitments they make this year

    17 February 2021 | Blog | Biodiversity
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    CBA15: Local solutions inspiring global action

    CBA15 provided a hub for people who are on a pathway to climate-resilient, low-emission and sustainable development and want to thrive in the face of climate change

    17 February 2021 | Event | Climate change
  • Two people carrying bags on their head walk through a bridge over a river

    Become a partner at CBA15

    Partners are the lifeblood of the CBA event; without their support the conference would simply not take place!

    17 February 2021 | Article | Climate change
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