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[WEBINAR] Launch of the scoping study- Most Vulnerable to Most Valuable: A Scoping Study to Put Young Children at the Heart of Climate Actions and Environmental Protection
This webinar will formally launch ‘From most vulnerable to most valuable: A scoping study to put young children at the heart of climate actions and environmental protection' 1
 
As we move rapidly into a world affected by climate change and environmental degradation (CC&ED), there is growing recognition that young children will be the most profoundly affected, but they are at the same time the least well represented in the policies and programs designed to respond to current impacts and plan for future consequences. This Scoping Study, written by the Early Start, University of Wollongong in Australia, is a response to this situation designed by ARNEC and its partners, UNCEF EAPRO and Save the Children International, to put early childhood development (ECD) at the heart of environmental and climate actions. 
The scoping study brings evidence from the Asia-Pacific region and insights from experts and partners around the world for exploring the deep interlinkages among climate change, environmental degradation and ECD to support our goal of enabling ECD systems and services for young children to become more climate resilient and more adequately funded and their value better understood and considered by policy makers and climate scientists. 

The webinar will outline the three components to the Scoping Study: 

(1) Global Impacts Survey and Desk Review 
(2) Sub-Regional Analysis and Case Studies 
(3) Looking Forward: Recommendations and the Child-Centred Approach 

In this context, this webinar will bring together the research team of the scoping study, ARNEC partners and key stakeholders to demonstrate the urgency of this report in the context of climate change, share key messages and findings of the report, and provide insights on the way forward to address the impact of climate change and environmental degradation on young children.   

Dec 14, 2022 12:00 PM in Singapore

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