Luke Kemp will appear on the panel "Governing Resilience & Climate Repair".
Focus Questions: What is meant by governing resilience in light of the Paris Agreement? What are the roles, benefits and drawbacks of decentralized / local approaches to climate resilient governance and repair? How important is indigenous knowledge in this process? The recent rise of ideologies particularly in Europe, with associated protectionist and nationalistic policies, has increased fears of roll-backs of policies introduced to increase resilience - how can climate resilience and repair be implemented over with a long term view, rather than one which changes with election cycles?
Co-hosted by the prestigious Egyptian Ain Shams University in Cairo and the University of Cambridge in the UK, CLGD 2022 global symposium takes place entirely online on Friday 11 November 2022 during the UNFCCC COP 27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.
CLGD 2022 follows on key preparatory events, including the international academic conference on legal aspects of sustainable development including climate change response hosted by Ain Shams University on 05 November 2022 in Cairo,
Egypt; the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law Conference on 03-06 October 2022 in Oslo, Norway; and an official side event, consultations and a legal experts roundtable during 56th session of the UNFCCC Subsidiary Bodies from 6-
16 June 2022 in Bonn, Germany.