The Asia-Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN), developed and launched by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is an open network that strives to equip adaptation actors in the region with knowledge for designing and implementing adaptation measures, building capacity to access technologies and finance, and integrating climate change adaptation into policies, strategies, and plans towards building climate change resilient and sustainable human systems, ecosystems, and economies. APAN has established close partnerships with key sub-regional organizations and has become an important adaptation knowledge mobilizer in Asia and the Pacific region.
The Asia-Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum is the regional flagship event of the APAN Network, and the primary platform for adaptation practitioners to meet, share their learnings and experiences and work together towards the pertinent outcomes and practical solutions that are needed to address the challenges of climate change.
Since the first event in 2010, the APAN Forum has grown to become the venue for scientists, donors, youth, and representatives from over 50 countries to meet, converse, and work together for adaptation action partnerships. Learn more about the seventh the seventh Asia-Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum and register here.