World Bank to hold discussion on innovative solutions for building climate resilience in South Asia
New Delhi, May 17 (KNN) The World Bank will be hosting a discussion to explore innovative solutions for building climate silence in South Asia on May 23 as a part of their 11th OneSouthAsia Conversation.
The upcoming event will focus on ways South Asian countries can leverage innovation and technologies to build climate resilience and collaborative cross-border solutions.
It will bring together leading voices on climate resilience and innovators from the region, who are delivering emerging solutions to deal with climate change challenges, and environmental threats.
It is a part of a bi-monthly series organized by the World Bank's South Asia Regional Integration and Engagement Program (SARRE).
The panel discussion will be moderated by Cecile Fruman, Director, Regional Integration and Engagement, South Asia, World Bank and the speakers are Kunal Prasad, Co-Founder & COO, CropIn, India; Anil Pokhrel, Chief Executive, National Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Authority, Nepal; , Founder, Pakistan Air Quality Initiative (PAQI); Aminath Shauna (TBC), Minister of Environment, Climate Change and Technology, Maldives.
The event starts at 5:30 pm and no registration or zoom link is required, just visit this events page. (KNN Bureau)