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Alexandru Ghiurca posted Information 20 May 2015

At the Pacific Climate Change Roundtable (PCCR), held in Samoa 12-14 May 2015, 190 climate change practitioners mainly from the Pacific region and also from the international arena, met to review the delivery of the Pacific Islands Framework for Action (PIFACC) over the period 2006 – 2015.

Capacity4dev Team posted Information 28 November 2012

Voices and Views submitted by the coordination team on Tuesday, 27 November 2012.

Zhiyad Khan posted Information 7 December 2015

In a new approach to contribute to the growing body of knowledge on climate change adaptation in the Pacific, the Global Climate Change Alliance: Pacific Small Island States project ran a series of eight roadshows in November 2015, involving different partners and  more than 200 development profe

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9 October 2017 to 12 October 2017
in Port-Of-Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)
Organised byThe Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) together with the Eorpean Commission's Global Climate Change Alliance Plus (GCCA+) flagship initiative

The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) together with the European Union Global Climate Change Alliance Plus (GCCA+) initiative, with the support from the Caribbean Development Bank, and UNDP Japan Caribbean Climate Change Partnership (UNDP-JCCCP)  propose a joint international clim

Michel Jambou posted Information 21 April 2015

The research paper "Adapting to Climate Change and variability in small smallholder farming communities: A case study from Burkina Faso, Chad and Niger" coordinated by AGRHYMET and Australian Rivers Institute has been published in January 2015 in the "Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rur

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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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