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United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) created a new WIKI page 26 August 2014

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Armin Wagner posted Information 24 October 2014

This webinar will explore the pathways for low-carbon transport and provide an overview on key policy measures at the local and national level. The webinar will be conducted by Oliver Lah (Wuppertal Institute).

Thursday, 6 November 2014,

Fannie Delavelle posted Information 12 January 2015

This film relates to Cambodia's Strategic Policy approach to climate change. It provides explanation of key vulnerabilities and explains how these are tackled through an inter-ministerial and cross-sector based approach.

Fannie Delavelle posted Information 13 January 2015

The GCCA+ flagship initiative approved new funding worth €30 million for climate programmes in Cambodia, Niger, Mali, the Seychelles, Rwanda, and Pacific islands highlighting Europe’s support for countries most vulnerable to climate change.

Fannie Delavelle posted Information 13 January 2015

This free online course by the University of Geneva provides an overview of climate change adaptation for the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) with a focus on the environmental perspective.

Sophie De Coninck posted Information 14 January 2015

The Local Climate Adaptive Living Facility (LoCAL) of the UN Capital Development Fund provides a country-based mechanism
to increase awareness and response to climate change at the local level, integrate climate change adaptation into local

Katya Ivanova posted Information 20 January 2015

The Global Opportunity Report 2015 aims to show how five major global risks to building a sustainable and prosperous society (the lack of fresh water, unsustainable urbanization, continued lock-in to fossil fuels, the rise in non-communicable diseases, and extreme weather) can be turned int

Katya Ivanova uploaded a new Document 20 January 2015

The Global Opportunity Report 2015 aims to show how five major global risks to building a sustainable and prosperous society (the lack of fresh water, unsustainable urbanization, continued lock-in to fossil fuels, the rise in non-communicable diseases, and extreme weather) can be turned int

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