Wednesday 6 December 2023

Live Cartoons at COP28 with the Global Resilience Partnership

Live cartoons done for the Global Resilience Partnership's Cop Resilience Hub sessions at COP28. These are from the session on accelerating access to finance at the local level, with speakers from Fundacion Avina, CDKN, CJRF and Indigenous People and Local Communities networks, moderated by Victoria Matusevich.

Live cartoons from the COP Resilience Hub's session on inversting in nature-based solutions, moderated by Conservation International.

From a session on building climate resilient health systems, moderated by ABT Britain.

From a panel on the intersections of climate change and food security, featuring a speech on climate change and the prevalence of female genital mutilation among the Maasai community, by Miss Climate Kenya, Dorcas Naishorua.

From the UN session on taking stock of climate resilience.

Cartoons from a session on investing in coastal resilience, with speakers from Ocean Risk Alliance and USAID.

From a session on the impacts of climate change on maternal and neonatal health, with speakers from Clinton Health Access, ISHTM UK and Human Rights Watch.

From a session on psychological resilience as a pillar for climate resilience, with speakers from the Clinton Foundation, SPARC India, ICLEI Africa and Susty Vibes, moderated by Haley Brown of Billion Minds Project.

From a session on biodiversity and climate resilience, moderated by the Natural History Museum of London.

Cartoons from a session on local and community leadership in climate adaptation, moderated by GNDR. The cartoon above was inspired by the inputs of Ms. Mehnaz, an officer at the Cyclone Preparedness Programme Bangladesh.

Cartoons from a session on bridging the gaps between technology , finance and biodiversity in climate resilience, with speakers from SEEDS India, and Resurgence .

From a session on gender, fisheries and climate resilience, with some eminent speakers including World Food Prize winner Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted , Suzanne Njeri of the Association of Women in Fish and Blue Economy Kenya, Corey O'Hara of USAID Mozambique, and Pamela Mayorga of the ECMPO Chile.

From a session on transformative leverage for biosphere resilience.

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