The Association of Teachers of Life and Earth Sciences (AESVT-Maroc) is organizing on Tuesday, December 8, in cooperation with the Moroccan Alliance for Climate and Sustainable Development (AMCDD), a video conference on climate change to Morocco on the occasion of World Climate Day.
Initiated by the ‘Mobilizing Civil Society to Strengthen Climate Resilience Dialogue in Morocco and Tunisia’ (MS3C) project, this videoconference was held under the slogan ‘ Joint action on adaptation to climate change in Morocco: Assessment and prospects for the MS3C project “, it will focus in particular on climate resilience and the adaptation of the most vulnerable populations and economic sectors.
The organizers’ communication states that “in the context of a global health crisis accompanied by worsening climatic conditions, for the first time since the entry into force of the Paris Accords in 2015. We are entering a phase where key signatories strengthen their commitments, funding and operations for the climate, through the European Green Deal, the energy transformation initiated by the United States, China and Japan towards carbon neutrality in three decades ”.
And add that Africa and Morocco, heavily affected by climate disturbance, are particularly concerned about climate resilience and the adaptation of the most vulnerable populations and economic sectors, hence the need to seize this opportunity. this shift in history by initiating and accelerating economic, ecological and social cracks and changes.
In this context, we want to share the results of our project “Adaptation to climate change MS3C” developed over the last 2 years and discuss the directions to be followed in the coming months, “note the organizers, adding that it will be an opportunity to present to civil society recommendations from 16 water, forest and coastal civil society organizations involved in the project, 5 selected field projects and 3 awareness-raising sites.
We remind you that the MS3C project, co-financed by the French Development Agency (AFD), is implemented as part of a partnership between WWF France, WWF North Africa and AESVT Morocco, to mobilize and strengthen the capacity of civil society organizations to engage in constructive dialogue with public authorities on resilience to change climate in Morocco and Tunisia, and to create public policies and adaptation measures through land development.