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Patricia Espinosa :   Executive Secretary UNFCCC and    representatives of the Asia Climate Change Consortium

The 2018 Asia-Pacific Climate Week: 10-13 July 2018 

Resorts World Convention CenterSentosa Island, SINGAPORE   


ABOUT THE ASIA CLIMATE CHANGE CONSORTIUM :

Asia Climate Change Consortium (ACCC) is a regional advocacy and learning platform with members of local and national organisations and networks in Asia.  We advocate and work towards a common agenda of ensuring temperature limit of 1.5C and below.  Our goal is to bring the voices on the ground to be heard at the regional and international forums through the work of members who are actively working at the local and national levels.  

ACCC Compilation of Policy Papers for Asia Pacific Climate Week 2018

 

 

 


ACCC Submission to the ADB Draft Strategy 2030

May 9, 2018
Finance is urgently needed for socially just transition to renewable energy that will limit temperature increase to 1.5oC, ACCC calls on ADB to shift its climate finance accordingly.  ACCC submitted its comments to the ADB Draft Strategy 2030 to call for GhG emissions in the decades to come.

 


ASIA CLIMATE CHANGE CONSORTIUM (ACCC) submission regarding the Strategy 2030 Consultation Draft of the Asian Development Bank (ADB)

It is reported that the Asian continent is the most vulnerable region in the world to the impacts of climate change. Given its diverse geographic, climatic, and demographic profile, the frequency and/or intensity of these impacts will vary between and within nations. However, common projected trends across the continent emerge based on future simulations using Representative Concentration Pathway (RCP) scenarios. They show increase temperatures over land and the surrounding oceanic regions at 2.4°C (at RCP4.5) and 4.3°C (at RCP8.5) by 2100. Historically wet and dry regions will become wetter and drier, 3 respectively. Consequently, 6 of the 10 countries in the world at highest risk to the impacts of climate change are located in Asia as of 2015.read more >>


Submission TD 1 Asia Climate Change Consortium
In the call for limiting temperature increase to 1.5oC, ACCC submitted its contribution to the Talanoa Dialogue (1): Where are we.

Submission on Loss and Damage

Asia Pacific is one of the most vulnerable regions to impacts of climate change.  Communities in Asia Pacific are also witnessed impacts that have gone beyond adaptation.  ACCC submitted its contribution to the Loss and Damage.