CALD Climate Change Conference

September 9, 2013 9:35 am Published by Leave your thoughts

6 – 9 September 2013 | Kaohsiung and Pingtung, Taiwan

With the theme “Adapting to Climate change: Issues and Strategies” the event provided a venue for international participants coming from political parties, research institutes, and civil society organizations to discuss initiatives that could foster sound environmental governance, particularly in terms of developing capacity to deal with climactic changes. the three-day event, hosted by the Democratic Progressive Party of Taiwan (DPP), is also highlighted the “best practices” in climate change adaptation in the region.

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CALD moves forward with the Liberal Climate Change Agenda

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Welcome Dinner

Day 1.1: Arrival and Registration of Delegates Welcoming Ceremony Session

Day 1.2

Day 2.1: Photo Set 1 – World Cafe on Common Strategies and Next Steps Closing Session

Day 2.2: Photo Set 2 – Photo Set 2 World Cafe on Common Strategies and Next Steps Closing Session

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