This session will gather government representatives from donor countries and Small Island Developing States (SIDS), as well as other stakeholders engaged in supporting SIDS, to discuss the capacity development challenges and opportunities related to climate change mitigation and adaptation in SIDS. The event will build upon recent OECD work on the subject, sharing some of the emerging findings of this work across a range of subjects such as access to finance, climate data and services, and developing partnerships with academia or the private sector. 

The objective of the event is to provide an overview of the main barriers that SIDS face to effectively act on climate change, from a capacity angle, and to uncover opportunities and good practices that could inspire donors and other stakeholders in their work to support SIDS.

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