Training Program on Building Urban Climate Change Resilience
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) in association with Directorate of Municipal Administration (DMA), Goa conducted a training program on ‘Building Urban Climate Change Resilience in India’ on January 22 and 23, 2015 in Panaji, Goa. This program was supported by the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) under their CAPaBLE Program. The training was targeted towards bridging the science-policy divide by sensitizing the city and state level decision-makers about the application of climate change science. This two day capacity building program was designed and delivered in two parts- An orientation program for the Elected Representatives, Government of Goa and a training program for the Municipal Officials from the different municipalities in the state of Goa. Mr. Elvis Gomes Director, Directorate of Municipal Administration in his welcome address pointed out that Climate Change awareness is the right step towards building resilience. The training program for the Municipal officials sensitized the officials on the issues and impacts related to climate change and the importance of adaptation interventions for the urban areas. The participants were awarded with a certificate upon completion of the program.
- Capacity Building Program on “Urban Climate Change Resilience in India”
- Impact of Climate Change on Cities
- Challenges and Opportunities for Building Resilience in Cities - Role of Political Leadership
- Climate Change Modelling: BASICS AND CASE STUDIES
- Environmental assessment and tracking sustainability in Goa: Synopsis of TERI projects in Goa
- Urban Vulnerability Assessment and Resilience