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Simone Muffolini posted Information 10 January 2017

Adaptatium, I encourage collaboration!

Sarah Cummings posted Information 23 December 2016

Published in November 2016, this policy brief from the Institute for Sustainable Development and Internati

From10 November 2016
in Moscow (Russia)
Organised byFLEG II Program

Meeting of the Committee on Nature Use of the Chamber of Commerce and
Industry of Russia on “the Practice of Law Enforcement and Improvement of
Forest Management in Russia”. Moscow, Russia. November 10. Participants:
Members of the Committee on Nature Use of the Chamber of Commerce and
Industry of the Russian Federation (government officials, business,
scientists, forest practitioners, etc.)

Mélanie Romat posted Information 28 October 2016

Is it possible to guide the market forces?

Autor: Fernando Varela de Ugarte

Public group
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Lea Appulo
21 September 2016

Wetlands International promotes the ecosystem based approach to DRR/CCA and encourages its mainstreaming and integration into development policies

20 members 49 posts 1 recommendation
Mélanie Romat posted Information 16 September 2016

Some say that what is happening is that we don’t know what happens. This thought of José Ortega y Gasset quoted in a moment of Spanish history’s great uncertainty could be mentioned as well these days.

Public group
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Mélanie Romat
2 June 2016

Group driven by the interest in disseminating knowledge, innovations, good practice, news related to the promotion of Governance & Sustainability

19 members 27 posts 0 recommendations
Public group
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Marta Sienkiewicz
30 March 2016

Welcome to a collaborative space engaging participants of the EU-AU-IIASA Evidence and Policy Event in exchange of ideas, knowledge and practices.

58 members 64 posts 0 recommendations
Sarah Cummings posted Information 4 December 2015

On 27 November, the EU announced four new actions in support of Tanzania's main development objectives, for a total of €42 million.