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  1. EU supports Haiti to integrate environment and climate change considerations in urban development

    Managing the growth of cities in Haiti is necessary to improve the country’s resilience to external shocks. To this end, the URBAYITI programme promotes Haiti’s economic, social and environmental development by strengthening the institutional framework for urban planning. The European Union...
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  2. Green Development News #11

    The new edition of our quarterly newsletter is now out, in English and French, and with a focus in this edition on climate change and sustainable energy policy and programmes. The newsletter is produced by DG International Cooperation and Development's units for Sustainable Energy & Climate...
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  3. New case studies on shock responsive social protection from Latin America and Caribbean WFP work

    Dear Community Members, We have recently uploaded two new case studies from our work with WFP on Shock Responsive Social Protection in Latin America and the Caribbean! Please find the project page here and links to the new case studies: El Salvador here Dominica here Prior case studies include...
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  4. New global action programme for SIDS countries addresses nutrition and climate change challenges

    A new United Nations global action programme launched today at FAO seeks to address pressing challenges related to food security, nutrition and the impacts of climate change facing the world's Small Island Developing States (SIDS). The initiative was developed jointly by FAO, the United Nations...
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  5. SIDS - A Blue Urban Agenda: Adapting to Climate Change in the Coastal Cities of Caribbean and Pacific Small Island Developing States

    Dear all, Those following the Ocean conference currently taking place in New York and of great relevance to our Small Island Developing States (SIDS) partners, you might also be interested by this publication from the Inter-America Development Bank : A Blue Urban Agenda: Adapting to Climate Change...
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  6. Protecting What Protects Us: A Network of Conservation Areas in the Amazon

    Nairobi, 21 October 2016: It is the largest tropical forest in the world, a land of myths and magic. The Amazon provides ecological services not only to the 33 million people who live there, but to the rest of the planet. This vast region suffers the effects of pollution and climate change. Despite...
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