This video presents a process for stakeholder led urban lake conservation in Indore, India.
120 Students of Urban and Regional Planning at Diponegoro University attended the ‘Planning Studio’ class. ACCCRN gave lectures and introduced the concepts of inclusivity and resilience to the students. And here is what they said about inclusivity.
Mr. Chachrit Pocharueng is the manager of the Songkhla Community Foundation and a member of the ACCCRN Hat Yai working group. He is talking here about his role and how he used his skills to obtain lessons learnt from his work and to produce learning materials to publish. This led to an expansion of the work on building urban climate resilience in Hat Yai.
Practical examples that show seven actions in helping towns and cities deal with climate change, to reach Sustainable Development Goal 11.
Climate change impacts affect men and women differently. Extreme weather events—such as droughts, floods, crop failure, disease outbreaks, and other climate impacts—threaten the resilience of communities, especially those who are economically weak. Climate change is not gender neutral and different social groups feel the impact differently, especially those who are vulnerable and less empowered.
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