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Anonymous uploaded a new Document 26 September 2012

Présentation faite par Catherine Paul

Anonymous uploaded a new Document 26 September 2012

Presentation made by Catherine Paul

Mark FUTTER uploaded a new Document 5 October 2012
Catherine PAUL uploaded a new Document 8 October 2012

Résumé des travaux des deux groupes de travail (anglophone et francophone) sur le thème "Gestion des zones côtières - Réduction des risques de catastrophe" organisés dans le cadre de la Conférence mondiale de capitalisation de l'expérience de l'AMCC, 13 septembre 2012.

Mark FUTTER uploaded a new Document 19 October 2012

The present note summarises some of the key lessons learned from this French language working group - and includes some country specific comments in the notes.

Mark FUTTER uploaded a new Document 19 October 2012

The present note summarises some of the key lessons learned from this working group, and which formed the basis of the summary presented to the GLE on the afternoon of the 13th September.

Mark FUTTER uploaded a new Document 19 October 2012

The present note summarises some of the key lessons learned from both the English and French working groups, and which formed the basis of the summary presented to the GLE on the afternoon of the 13th September.

Mark FUTTER uploaded a new Document 19 October 2012

La présentation PowerPoint résume les principaux enseignements tirés de ces deux groupes Anglais et Français qui travaillent, et qui a constitué la base de la synthèse présen

Mark FUTTER uploaded a new Document 19 October 2012

The powerpoint presentation summarises the key lessons learned from both the English and French working groups, and which formed the basis of the summary presented to the GLE on the afternoon of the 13th September.

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From30 November 2012
in Doha (Qatar)
Organised byEuropean Commission – Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA)

Through the GCCA and geographical programmes, the EU provides assistance for
climate change across the world with a special focus on LDCs and SIDs.

The EU is thriving to make climate change support effective, helping
government partners to integrate climate change into national development
planning and budgeting and piloting budget support. In doing so, it ensures
full alignment with country's strategies and systems and long-term
institutional strengthening. Through this focus, the EU is also helping
countries increasing their absorptive capacities and preparing to receive
long-term climate change finance, paving the way for long-term climate
compatible development. It also serves as catalyst to further integrate
climate change into EU regular development aid, thereby creating a multiplier
effect.

As the future of the GCCA is being shaped, the side event will bring to the
table voices from developing countries on early results, lessons learned and
priorities for the next years.

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