- Singaraja Hall 2 BNDCC and Virtual
- 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
This side event follows the session on Nature-based Solutions on the morning of the 26th of May. It will look cross-thematically at the Global Platform’s themes and address how Nature-based solutions can contribute to the implementation of the Sendai Framework 2015-2030 and what is still needed at country level. It will also look at what is needed beyond the current framework.
This in-person side event will discuss:
The importance of Nature-based Solutions during response and recovery after a disaster.
The financing modalities available for Nature-based Solutions.
The importance of monitoring and reporting on ecosystem (critical green infrastructure) loss in the Sendai Framework Monitor and how this might be done under targets C and D.
Promote the importance of Nature-based Solutions in humanitarian contexts
Discuss financing for Nature-based Solutions and the role of Multilateral Development Banks
Identify how to report on Green Infrastructure under targets C and D of the Sendai Framework
Ms. Nathalie Doswald – Senior Policy Advisor, Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction, UNEP
Ms. Zita Sebesvari – Deputy Director, United Nations University – Institute for Environment and Human Security
Ms. Aleeza Wilkins – Representative of U.S. Focal Point for Sendai Reporting, Science for Disaster Reduction Interagency Working Group (U.S. National DRR Platform)
Mr. Niels Holm Nielsen – Program Manager, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR)
Mr. Raymond Duijsens – Community Resilience Advisor, Netherlands Red Cross