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[COP27] Scaling up local voices and solutions from urban informal settlements: Governance and finance models that advance climate justice and urban resilience
November 17, 2022 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
To realize a resilient, climate-just future, effective climate interventions must include organized urban poor communities – particularly women and youth – as lead designers, planners, and implementers of climate solutions. Evidence shows that these communities have the skills, capacities and systems to drive and deliver locally-led adaptation and channel climate finance directly to communities who need it most. This event will illustrate the power of urban poor communities to produce governance and finance models that advance climate justice from the ground up, highlighting the transformative power of these strategies when partnerships with other stakeholders facilitate replication and scaling up of the work.
- Joshua Ampsomen (GAYO) and/or Ariana Karamallis (SDI)
- Joseph Muturi, chair of the Board, SDI
- Desmond Alugnoa (He/Him), GAYO, Ghana
- Zilire Luka (He/Him), CCCODE Malawi (SDI)
- Theresa Carampatana (She/Her), Homeless People’s Federation of the Philippines (SDI)
- Christie Kieth, GAIA, USA
This event is located within the official conference venue, any person wishing to access the side event area must be duly registered as part of a delegation of a Party or an observer organization and in possession of a conference badge. The link to access the virtual platform for badge-holders will be provided as soon as it becomes available.
With the exception of the press conference and Zero Waste Hub, all events will be livestreamed on the UNFCCC youtube channel, which is accessible to anyone.