What more can we do to tackle the challenge of climate change? Is it possible to reverse its impact? Leading scientists and climate experts will meet to explore the potential to move beyond mitigation and adaptation to climate change reversal. The Commonwealth’s Regenerative Development to Reverse Climate Change workshop will focus on cutting edge technologies that can balance the need to protect the environment with health, wealth and development requirements.
Scheduled just days ahead of the international climate change conference, COP22, in Marrakesh, this event will provide fresh perspectives for potential innovation.
This two-day workshop will:
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The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy, which has been proposed by Commonwealth countries wanting to harness their collective expertise and resources to protect the world’s forests.
On the mainland coast of British Columbia, the Great Bear Rainforest stretches for more than 250 miles. Born of a complex interaction between ocean, mountains, forest and rain, this is a land of mist-shrouded valleys and glacier-cut fjords, old-growth forests and rich salmon streams. At 21 million acres, it is part of the largest remaining coastal temperate rainforest on Earth.
The Loess Plateau Watershed Rehabilitation Project is an international illustration of a top-down multidisciplinary ecological engineering approach to address an anthropogenically derived geological issue of sediment erosion in China.
Can nature teach us how to innovate without harming our environment? Learn more about how nature can inspire our technologies, and even the way we design buildings.
A deforested area, devoid of trees and unable to support food production. Watch this film find out how scientists managed to cultivate crops and plant trees again.
So, could we use the same approach and techniques to assist Commonwealth countries, facing and fighting drought and famine?