Webinar on Maximising the environmental sustainability of our work
How can we incorporate more environmentally friendly practices into our programming? Learn more during the PHAP and ICVA Learning Stream on Climate Change and Humanitarian Action
On 24 November, PHAP together with the International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA) will organize a webinar discussing Commitment #2 of the Climate and Environment Charter for Humanitarian Organizations, and the principle of “do no harm,” to maximize the environmental sustainability of our work.
More and more, organizations are looking into how to incorporate environmentally friendly programming and nature-based solutions into the humanitarian programming cycle. This commitment also implies that organizations should measure and significantly reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, in line with global goals.
This webinar will aim to share lessons learned on and responses to some of the following questions:
• How can we incorporate more environmentally friendly practices into our programming?
• What are some of the nature-based solutions being used by organizations in their programming?
• How can NGOs reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, manage and use responsibly natural resources?
• What are some of the requirements and standards being put in place by donors? What support will be available from donors?
As part of ICVA's and PHAP's Learning Stream on Climate Change and Humanitarian Action, this event follows the launch event of the series that introduced the Charter and the first session of the webinar that examined adapting to the impacts of the climate and environmental crises.
This webinar is free to attend.
Register for the event