When : 2nd February 2022|
Time : 11:00am - 12:15pm|
Moderator : Ms Alisi Rabukawaqa-Nacewa|
Advocacy : Clean, safe and sustainable environment
This virtual talanoa discusses key results of the Sharm El Sheik Climate Summit (COP27), and how they intersect with global early childhood development policy. Speakers will share their reflection on COP27and opportunities to elevate the ECD as a fundamental building block of climate resilience as well as a pathway to adaptation and mitigation.
The webinar will highlight the pioneering leadership of the Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) government and the support of the Pacific Regional Council for ECD, UNICEF and the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS) in interweaving ECD and climate change policy. The dialogue will explore the potential for ECD centered climate policies and programs to create new opportunities for international financing of the human development, climate resilience and sustainable development of vulnerable nations.
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The objectives of this webinar are as follows: