The Policy & Practice of Climate Change & Water

Climate resilience

Calls for Submissions in the Area of Adaptation and Climate Resilience

Share your experience and research, and help scale up climate-resilience all over the world. In response to the invitation of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) at its 44th session, the Nairobi work programme (NWP) has opened three calls for submissions in the area of adaptation and climate resilience.

You are invited to post your organization's submission(s) before 20 September 2017. Your submission will inform the climate negotiations during COP 23 in November 2017, and will be made available to the general public. For further information on the submission process, and to access templates for submission, read more below.

Bringing Nature Back - New Documentary

As climate change takes hold in the Mekong region, the worst effects will be manifested through water.

ICEM's new documentary – Bringing Nature Back – illustrates the benefits of using green infrastructure and bioengineering to build climate resilience in the Mekong Region.

With climate change, the Mekong Region can expect to see more severe droughts, increased floods, and heavy storms. To mitigate the impacts of these events and build climate resilience, we will have to re-envision how we practice infrastructure development. We will have to bring nature back. Read More...