From Risk Barriers to Results-Managing the Social, Political, Environmental, and Financial Risks
Overview of the Opportunity
The International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and the Institute for Sustainable Communities (ISC) invite teams of three to five senior officials and/or key decision-makers or stakeholders from up to 10 second tier (populations between 1 and 4 million) and third tier (populations less than 1 million) cities and metropolitan regions to participate in a regional Climate Leadership Academy (CLA) on Urban Climate Adaptation-a unique training and peer-learning opportunity, focused on improving, expanding, and manage the local risks of climate change.
This workshop is part of ICMA’s USAID-funded CityLinks program, which enables municipal officials in developing and decentralizing countries to draw on the resources of their U.S. counterparts to find sustainable solutions tailored to the real needs of their cities. The workshop will be co-facilitated by ICMA and ISC.
This workshop will take place in Jakarta, Indonesia, beginning on August 13 and ending after noon on August 15.
Download the Brochure: Climate Leadership Academy on Urban Climate Adaptation