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Forum provides platform for disaster risk management, climate change talks

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Update: 1:37PM HE disaster risk management and climate change initiatives, will for the first time, be brought under one forum for discussion at the National Platform for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change held at the Novotel Hotel in Lami.

The forum provides a platform for sharing ideas, concepts and programs that are relevant and beneficial to Fiji in terms of disaster risk and climate change. And if addressed appropriately, would reduce damage and loss and promote sustainable development.

 National Disaster Risk Management director Manasa Tagicakibau said the platform would give experts and various stakeholders a chance to talk about disaster risk management and climate change and provide an awareness and understanding of the Green Growth Framework and relevant policies of government.

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