Ethical food systems

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EthicalX: Climate & Innovation Hub

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Human Mobility in the context of Climate Change

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SLYCAN Trust is a non-profit think tank working on climate change, sustainable development, biodiversity and ecosystem conservation, animal welfare, and social justice including gender and youth empowerment. Our work spans the national, regional, and global level from policy analysis and evidence-based research to on-the-ground implementation.

Climate Mitigation, Sustainable Development & Good Governance 

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Working Group III report of the Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) assesses research on the scientific, technological, environmental, economic and social aspects related to mitigation of climate change. The findings of this report provide key information on the climate change impacts on the planet, as well as information on pathways for mitigation action; synergies between climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation, and risk management; as well as well finance flows for climate action, and international cooperation. 

Collective climate action: Effective stakeholder engagement for building climate resilience

In Sri Lanka and across the world, climate change affects many sectors, organizations, population segments, and communities. To take effective and scaled up action that could mitigate climate change, and address impacts of climate change, it is important that stakeholders at all levels need to contribute to climate action. This includes finding inclusive, collective and innovative ways to manage climate-related risks. 

Climate Science Points to an Increase in Climate-induced Displacement

This week saw the release of the Working Group II report of the Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) which highlights the interdependence of climate and biodiversity and emphasizes the need for urgent and ambitious climate action focused on addressing climate risks.The Working Group II report indicates that impacts are evident on ecosystem structure, species geographic ranges, and timing of seasonal life cycles. It further provides new insights into nature’s potential to reduce climate risks and to improve people's lives which connects to nature-based solutions integrated into climate action. Additionally, recognising that climate change is a global challenge which requires local solutions, the report provides information that would contribute to regional-level action enabling climate-resilient development. Among the many topics focused on in the report is climate-induced human mobility, which includes displacement as well as conflicts due to climate risks.‍

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