Emory Climate Talks: Climate Change and Resilience
02 Mar 2022
12:00PM - 1:00PM, GMT -4
, Emory University
Climate justice starts with her! Women are on the frontlines of the climate crisis.
CARE International is a global development leader in advocacy and action centered on the intersection of climate and gender justice that translates such vision into its programming strategies and practices at various scales, from local to global. In support of this effort, and in partnership with CARE, Emory Climate Talks will host key actors for a climate discussion on March 2:
Aurélie Ceinos, Climate Adaptation Advisor & CARE Climate & Resilience Academy Content Lead
Aurélieis a Climate Adaptation Specialist with 12 years of experience and is part of CARE’s Climate Justice Team. Aurélie has extensive experience with developing and implementing climate adaptation programming in Asia, Africa and Latin America. She is one of the experts who contributed to the design of the CARE Climate & Resilience Academy and to the revision of CARE’s flagship tool on Climate Vulnerability and Capacity Analysis (CVCA). She supports and trains CARE teams to integrate climate change into all projects for a better consideration of climate risks. She is passionate about the inter-linkages between gender and climate justice and also how to strengthen our collective voices and actions on climate justice issues.
Karl Deering, Strategic Partnerships Lead - Food and Water Systems Team (CARE USA)
Karl Deering has 23 years of experience in international development and humanitarian work, with a focus on resilience, food security and climate change. Between 2001 and 2005, Karl worked in refugee, displacement and post-conflict crisis management. He has since worked for various NGOs in technical, managerial and policy roles in the areas of humanitarian assistance, food security, climate change and disease control. His core interests are in equity and justice in food systems, gender equality and livelihood-conservation nexus work. He is currently Strategic Partnerships Lead in CARE’s Food and Water Systems team and a member of CARE’s global gender cohort. He has authored several practice, research and policy papers.
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