The Environment and Emergencies Forum brings together stakeholders from around the world to showcase progress in environmental emergency preparedness and response. The event highlights current efforts and existing challenges as well as opportunities in integrating environmental risk in humanitarian action.
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The Environment and Emergencies Forum is an inclusive global forum focused on the interface between the environment and humanitarian emergency response.
The Forum offers environment, humanitarian aid and disaster management practitioners a unique opportunity to:
- discuss global policy
- share experiences and knowledge
- forge new partnerships
- agree on key actions
The aims to ensure that our common response to emergencies is more efficient, local and sustainable.
The Forum will cover the following topics: (i) readiness for response, (ii) response and recovery, (iii) Environment in Humanitarian Action (EHA), and (iv) Environment in protracted conflict settings.
Registrations are now closed, but all sessions will be livestreamed.