Lead, CGIAR Climate Security
Peter Laderach is the leader of CGIAR Climate Security and Flagship leader on Climate Smart Technologies and Practices for the Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) research program of the CGIAR, based in Rome, Italy. He led the expansion of CIAT's Climate program to Central America, Africa and Asia, with extensive work experience in more than 15 countries. Nearly 20 years of research experience in developing countries to support the goals of alleviating poverty, adapting to and mitigating climate change, building resilience and protecting the environment. Peter holds an MSc in Geography and a PhD in Tropical Agriculture (summa cum laude), he published over 60 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters and books.
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Traditional development has often focused on single silo approaches, engaging in either social development, natural resources management or humanitarian assistance. Unfortunately, at times these mismatched objectives may not provide a clear ladder towards self-sufficiency for vulnerable populations.
Aligning these objectives together, through innovative financial mechanisms, will unlock new ways to fund holistic development approaches.
In this session, guest speakers will reflect on existing financing mechanisms and discuss what other innovative financing solutions are needed to align these objectives and incentives
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