Development and Climate Days 2017 (D&C Days)
Bonn, 11.11.2017 until 12.11.2017
Deutsche Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), Red Cross Climate Centre, International Institute for Environment and Development, International Development Research Centre, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, Mary Robinson Foundation - Climate Justice, We Mean Business
During the middle weekend of COP 23, the annual Development & Climate Days took place from 11-12 November 2017. The German Development Institute / Deutsche Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) was one of the host partners.
More than 300 policymakers, researchers and development practitioners attended the two-day event, which focused on 'Global ambition. Local action. Climate resilience for all'. This year’s D&C days aimed to influence the ‘Ambition Mechanism’ processes under the UNFCCC – particularly the Facilitative Dialogue and Global Stocktake – and to inform climate action on all levels. DIE´s researcher within the Klimalog Project co-organised various sessions, which looked at the twin challenges of eradicating extreme poverty while achieving zero emissions.
Background papers are available on each of the event’s main themes:
- resilience through empowerment and access
- valuing lived experience and local knowledge
- transparency and downward accountability
- shared resilience
The dynamic format of the D&C Days encouraged dialogue on a range of issues that link policy, knowledge and practice. Read the Keymessages of the Development & Climate Days 2017 here.
11.11.2017 until 12.11.2017
Review of the Keymessages of the Development & Climate Days 2017
Review from the International Institute für Environment and Development