Today’s global development challenges are increasingly complex, severe and call for closer collaboration and coordination with national systems and support from international partners. The pathways to achieving international development and climate action are inextricably linked, yet the development and climate communities are largely siloed.
From the global to the local level, greater emphasis is needed on the intersection between climate and development, and the mutually reinforcing pathways that can achieve development outcomes and climate action.
This dialogue, the second in the series, will provide a space to bring the climate, development, and humanitarian communities together to consider strategically, yet practically, about the changes needed to systems and process that will enable closer alignment and greater impact.
Wilton Park reference number: WP2026