In September 2021 UN Member States adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, with the pledge that “no one will be left behind” and to “endeavor to reach the furthest behind first”.
The panel is made up of two renowned world experts in development, risk management and climate change
The Sendai Framework recognizes a systemic vision of risk and emphasizes the promotion of transversal and inter-institutional governance, as well as the inclusion of vulnerable populations.
PARALLEL SESSION: Resilient Infrastructure in the face of systemic risk impacts: Principles, regulatory frameworks, innovations and good practices
The parallel session seeks to provide participants with a regional look at the infrastructure agenda in Latin America and the Caribbean, based on technical and political dialogue around the concept of "resilient infrastructure."
PARALLEL SESSION: Urban risk reduction: Local leadership towards inclusive, cross-cutting, multilevel governance
Reconociendo la complejidad de la problemática urbana y los condicionantes que están agudizando la generación de condiciones de riesgo, motivar la reflexión de los actores de gobierno, sector privado, sociedad civil y de organismos internacionales.
PARALLEL SESSION: Risk reduction through sustainable ecosystem management: science, technology and nature based solutions
The discussion will provide key information on the incorporation of nature as a solution in technical and political processes to generate more resilient territories and improve the quality of life.
PARALLEL SESSION: Digital transformation and resilience of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs)
It is important to measure the magnitude and responsibility that MiPYMES have in the face of different threats, as well as the impacts of different disasters (mainly the result of climatic and hydrometeorological threats) and conflicts.
PARALLEL SESSION: Science and technology within reach: low-cost solutions and traditional knowledge to increase community resilience
The session will rescue experiences and good practices from the sub-regions of Central America, the Caribbean and the Pacific.
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