In recent years, the Central Asian states - Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan - are striving to mainstream climate change into national policies and pursue the transition to low-carbon resilient development pathways.
On the 4th Consultative Meeting, the Heads of Central Asian States approved the Regional Program "Green Agenda" for Central Asia and declared the strengthening of regional cooperation on climate change actions, rational use of water and energy resources and promoting regional initiatives on the UN platform to address the most urgent environmental issues in the region as priorities.
The Tashkent High-Level Central Asian Dialogue on Climate Change and Resilience will be held under the motto
‘From global knowledge to local solutions: climate resilient institutions in Central Asia’
and invites representatives of all international stakeholders to participate and feed in their knowledge, experience, and activities to bolster the regional dialogue on climate resilience.
The High-level Conference is fostering a comprehensive dialogue and calls Central Asian states to join strength in combatting climate change by building resilience.