Joint Meeting of the Pacific Platform for Disaster Risk Management and the Pacific Climate Change Round Table

8th - 11th July 2013 in Nadi, Fiji

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 JOINT MEETING
of the
2013 PACIFIC PLATFORM FOR DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT &
PACIFIC CLIMATE CHANGE ROUNDTABLE

Hosted by the Government of Fiji
8th – 11th July
Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa, Denarau Island, Nadi, Fiji

Theme: “Strengthening Resilience: An Integrated Regional Strategy for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change for the Pacific”

CONCEPT NOTE

Introduction
In 2011 the Pacific Disaster Risk Management (DRM) and Climate Change ‘communities’ and regional intergovernmental mechanisms agreed to combine their efforts to develop an integrated Pacific regional strategy for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change by 2015 to succeed the Pacific Disaster Risk Reduction and Disaster Management Framework for Action 2005 – 2015 and the Pacific Islands Framework for Action on Climate Change 2006 – 2015.

The development of this integrated regional strategy for DRM and Climate Change (henceforth referred to as the ‘integrated strategy’) is part of a process now commonly referred to by DRM and Climate Change practitioners in the Pacific as the ‘Roadmap’.

The ‘Roadmap’ has three major anticipated outputs, which are to be completed by 2015. They are:

  1. Integrated regional strategy for DRM and Climate Change (to be effective from 2016)
  2. Pacific Regional Synthesis Report 2015: Report on the implementation progress of the Pacific Disaster Risk Reduction and Disaster Management Framework for Action 2005 – 2015 & Pacific Islands Framework for Action on Climate Change 2006 – 2015
  3. Compendium of Pacific DRM and Climate Change Case Studies

These ‘Roadmap’ outputs are to be completed and presented to Pacific leaders in 2015.The integrated strategy is to be completed in 2014 for consideration by the SPC and SPREP Governing Councils and then by Pacific Leaders at the Pacific Islands Forum 2015.The Pacific Regional Synthesis Report and Compendium of Pacific DRM and Climate Change Case Studies are also to be completed by 2015.

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Dates: 8 - 11 July 2013

 

JOINT MEETING
of the
2013 PACIFIC PLATFORM FOR DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT &
PACIFIC CLIMATE CHANGE ROUNDTABLE
Hosted by the Government of Fiji

8th – 11th July
Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa, Denarau Island, Nadi, Fiji

Theme: “Strengthening Resilience: An Integrated Regional Strategy for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change for the Pacific”

AGENDA


Objectives
  • Facilitate ongoing discussions between the ‘DRM’ and ‘Climate Change’ communities in the Pacific and provide an opportunity for specific interest groups and sectors to contribute to the formulation of the integrated strategy
  • Facilitate the sharing of experiences and ‘lessons learned’ on DRM and Climate Change between the Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) and stakeholders 

Intended Outcomes
  •  Improved understanding of the 'Roadmap' process
  • Guidance from PICTs and other stakeholders on  priority issues and opportunities to be addressed in the integrated strategy 
  • Commitment for national, sub-national, regional and international collaboration and partnerships between DRM and Climate Change communities 


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All presentations from the Joint meeting can be accessed at  http://www.pacificdisaster.net/pdn2008/.

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Available Concept Notes -
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OPENING
Side Event 1 COMBINING THE SCIENCES FOR RISK MANAGEMENT
Side Event 2 The Framework Convention on Climate Change and its linkages to the Roadmap
Side Event 3 EDUCATION ON DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE
Side Event 4 Pacific Humanitarian Team (PHT) support to resilience in the Pacific
Side Event 5 The Pacific – Australia Climate Change Science and Adaptation Planning Program
Side Event 7: INFORMATION MANAGEMENT FOR DISASTER TISK MANAGEMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE – PACIFIC DISASTER NET AND THE PACIFIC CLIMATE CHANGE PORTAL
Side Event 8 Institutional Approaches to Integration of DRM & CCA at the Country Level
Side Event 9 Child-centered Disaster Risk Reduction and Adaptation in the Pacific
Side Event 10 EARLY WARNING: ARE WE DOING ENOUGH?
Side Event 11 Communication tools for climate adaptation and risk reduction
Side Event 13 In the neighborhood: The role of regional organisations in disaster risk management

Special Session 1 - UNDERSTANDING THE ROADMAP PROCESS & PRESENTATION OF THE OUTCOMES OF PMC, 19RDM, PCCR, SAM, RWSC MEETINGS HELD FROM 1 - 5 July 2013
Special Session 2: Progressing Rio+20 Outcomes in particular SIDS 2014 Conference, Sustainable Development Goals and the links with the Post 2015 development agenda
Special Session 3 - High Level Dialogue - The Vision and Role of Political Governance in Integrating Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change
Special Session 4 - Post-2015 Framework on Disaster Risk Reduction 

Thematic Session 1 - THE NATIONAL AND SUB-REGIONAL RESPONSES: HOW CAN NATIONAL AND SUB-NATIONAL ACTIONS SUPPORT AN INTEGRATED STRATEGY
Thematic Session 2 - DISASTER AND CLIMATE RESILIENT DEVELOPMENT - EVOLVING PRACTICE AND LEARNING
Thematic Session 3 - INCREASING RESILIENCE - THE ROLE OF ECONOMIC/SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SECTORS
Thematic Session 4 - RISKY BUSINESS - THE ROLE OF THE PRIVATE/COMMERCIAL SECTOR IN DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE 
Thematic Session 5 - Vulnerable Groups - The need for an inclusive approach


Résumé - Feuille de route pour l’élaboration d'une stratégie régionale intégrée de gestion des risques de catastrophe et d'action climatique dans le Pacifique d’ici à 2015
Feuille de route pour l’élaboration d'une stratégie régionale intégrée de gestion des risques de catastrophe et d'action climatique dans le Pacifique d’ici à 2015SÉANCE D’OUVERTURE

Calendrier - 2013 Réunion conjointe de la plate-forme Pacifique pour la gestion des risques de catastrophes et la Table ronde sur le changement climatique dans le Pacifique

French Concept Notes
RÉUNION CONJOINTE 2013 DE LA PLATEFORME OCÉANIENNE POUR LA GESTION DES RISQUES DE CATASTROPHE ET DE LA TABLE RONDE SUR LE CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE DANS LE PACIFIQUE
RÉUNION TECHNIQUE RÉGIONALE SUR L’EAU ET L’ASSAINISSEMENT

SÉANCE 5 Programme australien des sciences du changement climatique et de la planification de l’adaptation dans le Pacifique
Manifestation parallèle 11 Outils de communication pour l'adaptation au changement climatique et la réduction des risques de catastrophe


Séance spéciale n° 2 : Suite donnée aux résultats du Sommet de Rio+20, notamment la Conférence 2014 des petits États insulaires en développement, les objectifs de développement durable et les liens avec les objectifs de développement pour l’après-2015
Séance spéciale n° 3 : Dialogue de haut niveau - Vision et rôle de la gouvernance politique dans l’intégration de la gestion des risques de catastrophe et de l’adaptation au changement climatique
Séance spéciale n° 4 - Cadre d’action post-2015 pour la réduction des risques de catastrophe

MANIFESTATION PARALLÈLE N° 2 : La Convention-cadre des Nations Unies sur les changements climatiques (CCNUCC) et ses liens avec la Feuille de route

SÉANCE THÉMATIQUE N° 1 - LES INTERVENTIONS A L’ECHELON NATIONAL ET SOUS-REGIONAL : COMMENT LES MESURES NATIONALES ET INFRANATIONALES PEUVENT-ELLES APPUYER UNE STRATÉGIE INTÉGRÉE ?
Séance thématique n° 2 - POUR UN DÉVELOPPEMENT RÉSISTANT AUX CATASTROPHES ET AU CLIMAT – ÉVOLUTION DES MÉTHODES ET DES APPRENTISSAGES
SÉANCE THÉMATIQUE N° 3 : DÉVELOPPER LA RÉSILIENCE : LE RÔLE DES SECTEURS DU DÉVELOPPEMENT ÉCONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL
SÉANCE THÉMATIQUE N° 4 - UNE ENTREPRISE À RISQUE - LE RÔLE DU SECTEUR PRIVÉ/COMMERCIAL DANS LA GESTION DES RISQUES DE CATASTROPHE ET L'ACTION CLIMATIQUE
SÉANCE THÉMATIQUE N° 5 - GROUPES VULNÉRABLES - NÉCESSITÉ D’UNE APPROCHE INCLUSIVE
SÉANCE 11 : Programme australien des sciences du changement climatique et de la planification de l’adaptation dans le Pacifique

DÉCLARATION ET CLÔTURE