This week, the UNFCCC is convening an important workshop to discuss the Glasgow Sharm El-Sheikh Work Programme on the Global Goal on Adaptation. Participants aim to unpack the indicators and metrics for measuring the adaptation progress of communities and countries, the world over. CASA’s Mairi Dupar reports.More details.
CASA spoke to Michai Robertson, Lead Negotiator on Climate Finance to the Alliance of Small Island States, about the key concerns of small island developing States as they approach COP27. Small island developing States (SIDS) are coming to the UN climate negotiations in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt with the resolve to not only defend their existence as… Read more »More details.
Small Island Developing State Leaders met in New York to set a course for critical negotiating positions at UN climate talks in November. Top of their list is finance for climate-related loss and damage, and the development of a ‘multidimensional vulnerability index’ or MVI.More details.
The Loss and Damage Youth Coalition is ramping up its call for finance to address loss and damage this year. The coalition, founded in mid-2020, boasts more than 400 members, under 35 years old, from 41 countries around the world. “[The coalition began] with the simple aim to state that youth, we are here, we… Read more »More details.
Dr Donovan Campbell is a Lead Author of the ‘Small Islands’ chapter in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Working Group II report on Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability to Climate Change. He is also a Senior Lecturer at the University of West Indies – Mona campus (Jamaica). Dr Campbell talked to CASA’s Mairi Dupar about the complexities of adapting to climate change in the Caribbean and how climate finance is critical.More details.