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Advancing Climate & Natural Resource Policy Through Peer-to-Peer Knowledge
Just as the impacts of climate change are felt locally, effective plans and policies for climate resilience are often implemented locally. The extent to which resilience planning best practices are shared among decision makers depends on multiple factors, including the availability of human and financial resources and the relevance, legitimacy, and accessibility of the knowledge. The Pacific Islands peer-to-peer (P2P) exchange initiative creates a boundary space for discussing best practices and create a space for knowledge exchange among researchers, decision makers at various scales of governance, and others with climate knowledge with a focus on compound extreme events.

In this New Tools seminar, Victoria Keener will share examples of how the Pacific RISA is using its role as a science and policy boundary organization and the P2P framework with different stakeholder groups to advance and accelerate climate adaptation initiatives and policies that consider climate data and models, regional geopolitics, social equity, and financial risk.

May 25, 2022 09:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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