Roles of local and indigenous knowledge in addressing climate change
Associated Organization: AfricaAdaptNearly 200 researchers, civil society actors, donors, government officials, NGO practitioners and media specialists gathered in Addis Ababa to share and learn at this 3-day event.
Themes: Agriculture, fisheries and food security, Crosscutting Issues, Energy, Forestry, Gender, Health, International climate negotiations, Poverty and vulnerability, Water
Regions: Central Africa, East Africa, North Africa, Southern Africa, West Africa
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The other themes for the symposium are: National and international policy: Linking policy and practiceLinks between adaptation, mitigation and low carbon, or “climate compatible” developmentNew thinking on community-led responses: From local to globalThe roles of media and intermediaries in translating, sharing, and advocating