After the online public polls closed in July, this year’s jury composed of high-profile experts is finalizing the evaluation of the 19 shortlisted projects in the run for the Best Climate Practices Awards on “Building resilience to climate disaster risk”.
The online voting results and the jury’s assessment will be combined to determine the best actionable ideas and concrete projects to support local communities in preparing and responding to climate disasters, improving resilience, preparedness and recovery capacity.
[Read more about the Best Climate Practices Contest 2017 edition]
The final results and the winner of the Best Climate Practices 2017 Awards will be announced on International Day for Disaster Reduction, October 13.
International Day for Disaster Reduction, held every 13 October, celebrates how people and communities around the world are reducing their exposure to disaster risk and aims to raise awareness about effective actions, policies and practices taken across the world.
There couldn’t be a better opportunity to showcase the brilliant and determined candidates we are proud to have in this year’s edition of the Best Climate Practices Contest.