Reviewing Adaptation Actions in the Urban, City Planning, and Human Settlement Sector

A stakeholder consultation on the urban, city planning, and human settlement sector of Sri Lanka was held at the Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment on 26th July 2019. Initiated by the Climate Change Secretariat and organised with the technical support of SLYCAN Trust, it focused on the review and update of Sri Lanka’s Nationally Determined Contributions and National Adaptation Plan relating to the urban, city planning and human settlement sector. Experts from government institutes and international organizations contributed to the discussion.

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Developing Guidelines for Coral Reef Restoration in Sri Lanka

2nd multi-stakeholder consultation on developing guidelines for coral reef restoration in Sri Lanka was organized by Marine Environment Protection Authority of Sri Lanka in collaboration with SLYCAN Trust on 6th August 2019. 

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Reviewing Adaptation Actions in the Urban, City Planning, and Human Settlement Sector

A stakeholder consultation on the urban, city planning, and human settlement sector of Sri Lanka was held at the Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment on 26th July 2019. Initiated by the Climate Change Secretariat and organised with the technical support of SLYCAN Trust, it focused on the review and update of Sri Lanka’s Nationally Determined Contributions and National Adaptation Plan relating to the urban, city planning and human settlement sector. Experts from government institutes and international organizations contributed to the discussion.

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Climate Change and Agricultural Insurance in Sri Lanka

As a developing tropical island nation, Sri Lanka is severely at risk from the impacts of climate change. This makes effective risk management and risk transfer mechanisms a high priority for the country, particularly regarding the agriculture sector. Effective crop insurance schemes could play a big part in protecting the livelihoods of Sri Lanka’s population as well as its national food security.

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Beleaguered Biodiversity: Protecting Sri Lanka's Unique Wildlife

Sri Lanka is a biodiversity hotspot with an abundance of ecosystems and many endemic species. Its animals and plants are greatly threatened by human activity and the impacts of climate change, putting the world at risk of losing this irreplaceable wealth of wildlife.

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CLIMATE MIGRATION: THE NEW WAVE OF REFUGEES?




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