Factor CO2 participates in the workshop for the presentation of the draft of the National Climate Change Adaptation Plan of Costa Rica
21 February 2018 | Adaptation | 1
Yesterday, Tuesday, February 20, the team of Factor CO2 formed by Kepa Solaun, Partner and General Manager, and Malake Muñoz, Project Manager, was in San José, Costa Rica, participating in the workshop for the presentation of the draft of the National Climate Change Adaptation Plan of Costa Rica.
Factor CO2 is advising the Directorate of Climate Change of the Ministry of Environment and Energy of Costa Rica (MINAE), as a specialized consultant for the preparation of the National Climate Change Adaptation Plan.
The objective of the workshop was to present the draft of the National Adaptation Plan before a group of different institutions, national and sectoral, public and private, to receive relevant inputs in relation to the prioritization and simplification of the goals that will make up the Plan.
The workshop was inaugurated by Andrea Meza, Director of Climate Change at MINAE. Then Pascal Girot and Iván Delgado, of the Department of Climate Change of the MINAE, presented the final document of the Policy of Adaptation to Climate Change.
Kepa Solaun presented the state of development of the Climate Change Adaptation Plan to give way, later, to the participatory work of the discussion tables, through which the contributions of the attendees were collected.
The dynamics of working tables were structured in 6 groups according to the thematic axes included in the Plan: Agriculture and fisheries, biodiversity and forests, infrastructure, water resources, health and tourism.
The day ended with a plenary session for the presentation of the main conclusions obtained in each discussion table and the feedback between them. Finally, the workshop was closed by Fernando Mora, Vice Minister of Waters, Seas, Coasts and Wetlands.
Factor CO2 is an organization specialized in providing ideas and services in the face of climate change, which has been operating since 2004, through a wide international network of offices and collaborators.
Source: Factor CO2