News: E Co. joins Risk-informed Early Action Partnership (REAP) as part of the UN Climate Action Summit

17 August 2021, Category: All insights, News

E Co. is delighted to announce that as of August 2021, E Co. is now part of the Risk-informed Early Action Partnership (REAP), launched in September 2019 by the UN Climate Action Summit (UNCAS).

What is REAP?

Launched at the UN Climate Action Summit (UNCAS) in September 2019, the Risk-informed Early Action Partnership (REAP) brings together an unprecedented range of stakeholders across the climate, humanitarian, and development communities with the aim of making 1 billion people safer from disaster by 2025.

Our partners include developed and developing countries, major international organizations and civil society, and private sector representatives.  Established with the support of 24 convening partners and 15 countries, REAP continues to grow a diverse partnership. [REAP Partners]

E Co. as REAP Partner

The following excerpt is from the latest July REAP Partnership meeting:

E Co. works to accelerate the pace of climate finance on the ground in developing, LCD and SIDs contexts joined REAP in July. The resilience work E Co. undertakes includes focusing on those most vulnerable, the last mile, the disadvantaged, especially in the context of extreme weather events and a changing climate linked to other nexus areas of food, water, energy, health etc.

Comments from E Co. Senior consultant, Imelda Phadtare:

We are very excited to partner with REAP and to ensure the work we already deliver around the globe on climate change is both amplified and even more meaningful. REAP’s targets of keeping individuals safe from extreme weather events through mobilising climate finances to invest in scientifically robust early warning systems and early actions, aligns with the type of market studies, strategies and project formulation we are committed to for adaptation and resilient solutions. In those countries where E Co. has existing projects with national and sub-national governments, we hope to work closely with REAP to support their targets, while also collaborating with REAP’s wider partners to share and build vital knowledge and communicate critical information for low carbon, climate resilient futures for all.

To learn more about our work, read about our assignments here

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