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Eloise Pelaud posted Information 9 September 2019

The Local Climate Adaptive Living (LoCAL) facility’s latest report summarizes the activities and results from the first period of the programmes global expansion (2014-2018) in Africa, Asia and the Pacific.

Helene Pans posted Information 6 September 2019

The Pacific Community’s Global Climate Change Alliance funded by the European Union (EU) is the proud recipient of the 2019 Energy Globe Award.

Joanna Martin posted Information 6 September 2019

6 September, Dodoma, Tanzania. As Tanzania continues to experience extreme weather events impacting on the livelihoods of rural communities, a European Union funded climate change adaptation conference launched into action.

Helene Pans posted Information 30 August 2019

Enelesi and Maria John have learned manage an intercropped field of maize, okra and tomatoes. The Phalombe Farm Field School in Malawi is where they learn practices increasing resilience to climate change impacts.

Sarah Cummings posted Information 20 August 2019

Published on the Food and Business Knowledge Platform on 19 August 2019, a factsheet showing the preliminary results of the Organizing business models for SMAllholder REsilience (OSMAR

Volker Boege posted Information 16 August 2019

Dear friends, Over the past 12 months I have been working with the Toda Peace Institute, based in Japan. One of the activities I have been working on is the Toda Pacific Declaration on Climate Change, Conflict and Peace, as a co-author.

Helene Pans posted Information 12 August 2019

 

Another plane full of visitors touches down at Piarco International airport on the island of Trinidad. They are a mixed bunch - tourists here to enjoy white sandy beaches and clear blue seas, along with workers from the oil and gas industry. 

Helene Pans posted Information 1 August 2019

Don’t miss downloading the updated version of the GCCA+ Communication and Knowledge Management Guidelines

Helene Pans posted Information 26 July 2019

In Cuba, 119 coastal settlements are projected to be at extreme risk from climate change by 2050 while 21 are predicted to disappear altogether by 2100.

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