When: Monday 7 December, 15:00 – 16:30 hrs
Where: COP21/CMP11, Parc des Expositions, Le Bourget conference site, side event room - OR 03
This event will share a variety of recent research concerning:
- Supporting the adaptation practices and traditional knowledge (TK) of Indigenous peoples and local communities, and the importance of biocultural heritage.
- The protection of knowledge holders and the sharing of TK in adaptation initiatives.
- The role of community protocols as a tool to reach the most vulnerable communities through participation and biodiversity legislation.
- The quantity and quality of adaptation finance reaching those most in need.
Who: Dr. Hannah Reid, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
Ms. Krystyna Swiderska, (IIED), Mr. Alejandro Argumedo (ANDES), Peru & Dr. Yiching Song (Centre for Chinese Agricultural Policy, Chinese Academy of Science)
Dr. Cath Traynor (Natural Justice) & Mr. Reino Le Fleur (Griqua representative)
Ms. Roberta Ramos, Grupo de Trabalho Amazonico (GTA), & Munduruku representative
Dr. Carlos Potiatra Castro, University of Brasilia
Mr. Delfin Ganapin, UNDP-GEF Small Grants Programme
You are invited to find out more at this side event. Light snacks will be served at 14.45 hrs.