The Sustainable Development Solutions Network, in collaboration with the United Nations High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) on Sustainable Development, successfully organized an online webinar on July 17th. The webinar titled “Developing Systemic Solutions for Climate Adaptation and Mitigation through Multi-Stakeholder Approaches” delved into the significance of multi-stakeholder alliances in driving systemic transformations for the long-term resilience of cities and communities.
This insightful webinar emphasized the pivotal role played by collaborative efforts among scientists, local authorities, communities, and other stakeholders. By working together, these diverse groups can contribute to the creation of enduring systemic changes that address climate adaptation and mitigation. Additionally, the discussions centered around enhancing resilience to disasters and disaster risk management.
The panel of speakers included:
- Chrysi Laspidou, representing the ARSINOE_EU Project
- Stefania Munaretto and Lisa Andrews, who shared insights from the Climate Impetus project
- Óscar Bernárdez Pérez, representing the TransformAr Project
- Julio Lumbreras, who presented the NetZeroCitiesEU project
- Mariana Mirabile, Policy Analyst at the Environment Directorate, OECD
- Professor Dr. Phoebe Koundouri, Professor at Athens University of Economics and Business.
The webinar provided a platform for these experts to exchange ideas, best practices, and strategies that can contribute to sustainable solutions for climate-related challenges. It undoubtedly served as a valuable resource in advancing the global efforts towards a more resilient and sustainable future.