UNU-IAS conferences, symposiums, workshops and seminars bring together a diverse array of international experts, businesspeople, community leaders and students to discuss topics related to sustainability. Held at UNU headquarters in Tokyo, in other locations across the globe and online, these events advance debate, raise public awareness, and develop networks for research and policy development.
DUBAI & ONLINE: This session at the COP28 Thailand Pavilion will focus on the needs and rights of people displaced by climate & environmental change.
DUBAI: This side event at the COP28 UNFCCC Pavilion will discuss how to leverage science and emerging technologies to build climate change resilience.
JOHOR, MALAYSIA: This session at the Asia-Pacific Climate Week aims to build the capacity of youth to lead a just transition.
From Reaction to Socio-Ecological Resilience: Advancing Disaster Risk Reduction and Ecosystem Restoration Nexus for Climate Adaptation
DUBAI & ONLINE: This session at the COP28 Resilience Hub will explore practical measures such finance mechanisms & grassroots nature-based solutions.
DUBAI: This COP28 side event at Japan Pavilion will discuss strategies to increase institutional capacity and partnerships for carbon-neutrality.
KANAZAWA: This event will discuss approaches for empowering communities and scaling up knowledge and action to accelerate global progress.
TOKYO & ONLINE: The event will focus on the ramifications of the COVID-19 crisis on the provision of inclusive and equitable quality education.
ONLINE: This event will explore the relationship between the SDGs and environmental sustainability at different stages of the global value chain.
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