Regional Dialog for Climate Solutions for South Asia – Day One

On behalf of the International Journal of Community Resilience and the Solve Climate by 2030 Global Climate Dialog Webinar series pioneered by the Center for Environmental Policy, Bard College, USA, we would like to express our sincere appreciation and gratitude for agreeing to be a speaker on the three-day Webinar on Regional Dialog on Climate Solutions for South Asia. 
Dates:  6th, 7th & 8th April 2021Time: 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Sri Lankan Time.
You could have a look at the Solve Climate by 2030 initiative here and the global virtual venues of the webinars here. The agenda of the webinar which you will be a part of could be found here.

Regional Dialog for Climate Solutions for South Asia Day 1 was moderated by Dr. Aslam Saja. Dr. Mahesh Edirisinghe, Mr. S.C. Bhan, Mr. Maharam Dakua delivered key note presentations and the organising team thanks them for this very informative and insightful session. The recording of today’s sessions is available on the Resilience Tube youtube channel

Is Climate Change Happening? Evidence from Weather Variability in Sri Lanka.
Dr. Mahesh Edirisinghe Senior Lecturer, Department of Physics, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka

Climate Change in South Asia: Current Status, Projections, and Sectoral Risks
Mr. S.C. Bhan Regional Coordinator, Agro meteorology; and Head, Power, Health and Transport Sector Applications, India Meteorological Department, New Delhi, India

Climate Resilience in Water, Agriculture and Health Systems: Planning and Participation
Mr. Maharam Dakua Civil and Environmental Engineer & consultant in water supply, sanitation, waste management, and climate change adaptation, Bangladesh