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The Hague Roundtable on Climate & Security
5 July, 2019 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Innovative Adaptation in Africa and Asia: Water, Agriculture and SDGs
Friday 5 July 2019 from 09:00 – 12:30 with networking lunch following
Co-hosted by the Humanity Hub and PHB Development
You are cordially invited to join the 9th Roundtable meeting of organizations and government representatives to explore ways of strengthening global cooperation in adapting to climate impacts. Come share ideas and establish new contacts!
Matt Luna, Roundtable creator/organizer
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +31 (0)6 839 489 59
09:00 – Coffee reception for participants
09:30 – Welcome to the Humanity Hub community: Jill Wilkinson, Managing Director of the Humanity Hub
09:35 – Roundtable kickoff: Matt Luna Roundtable/PHB and Wouter Veening, Chairman, Inst. for Environmental Security
Presentations I & II: Ronald Everts of PHB Development; and Representative of IHE Delft Inst. for Water Education
09:50 – (I) Enabling new tools for smallholder farmers and pastoralists – innovation in managing water resources and crops; applications for increasing resilience and efficiency in agriculture
10:20 – (II) Climate impacts on economies of the poor and displaced – digital technology solutions for sustainable resources and improved livelihoods; refugee initiatives; projects targeting SDG categories
10:45 – Introduction of breakout sessions
10:50 – Coffee break
11:00 – Breakout! Identifying gaps in projects, and examining current/potential solutions; participants sharing expertise of their organizations, and compiling observations with recommendations.
11:30 – Presentation group I
11:40 – Presentation group II
11:50 – Plenary Q&A, discussion, and brainstorming for improved approaches
12:20 – Closing remarks and future opportunities
12:30 – 13:30 Light lunch provided for participants
The Hague Roundtable on Climate & Security is an independent forum to promote international cooperation in adapting to climate risks to human well-being, sustainable development, peace and political stability. Focus includes water resources, natural disasters, sea level rise, migration, potential conflict and stability of fragile states.
*Note that participation in the Roundtable constitutes consent for publication of meeting-related photos and sharing of contact information internally with other participants, unless otherwise requested.