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Landscapes for water – Scaling up locally-led climate action

Local communities are on the frontlines of climate change impacts and have a leading role in managing natural resources. When landscapes are managed sustainably through holistic and inclusive approaches, they can provide a wealth of ecosystem services that are vital for climate change adaptation and mitigation. These services include water regulation and provision, habitat provision for biodiversity and maintenance of carbon stocks. 

This session will focus on best practices, tools, and local initiatives that strengthen climate action and water resilience across landscapes, followed by a discussion on how they can be upscaled and systematically incorporated into global and national processes. 

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December 08 - 13:30
December 08 - 14:30
Opening Day
Blue Zone

Adaptation Climate & Environment


Australian Water Partnership

COP guide 2023