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Adaptation Partnership for Climate Change Resilience Development

Program Locations: Bangkok, Thailand
Project Duration: April–August 2012
Project Lead: Ken MacClune, Senior Staff Scientist

Target

To help foster a community of practice around highlighted approaches to resilience planning.

Project Overview

The Adaptation Partnership was a regional workshop for 120 practitioners from across South and Southeast Asia, and was held in Bangkok in August 2012. The workshop was organized to share and improve knowledge of current climate change adaptation and resilience work in the field, and to explore available models and practices that address planning for climate change resilience. The workshop was organized and facilitated to help foster a community of practice around highlighted approaches to resilience planning that emerged from the meeting and to generate practical follow-up steps.

 

Professional Staff Involved

Organizing and facilitating

Ken MacClune, Senior Staff Scientist

Dana Cappelloni, Assistant to Grants Manager


Logistical support

Pimolwan “Petch” Singhawong, Program Administrator

Pimolwan “Petch” Singhawong, Program Administrator
Pimolwan “Petch” Singhawong, Program Administrator


Presenters/ session facilitators:

Richard Friend, Senior Staff Scientist *
Richard Friend, Senior Staff Scientist *

Richard Friend, Senior Staff Scientist

Marcus Moench, President

Fawad Khan, Senior Economics Associate

This project was funded by and in partnership with:

Funded: 

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

International Resources Group (IRG)

Partners:

Cascadia

US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)