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9 August 2015 to 28 August 2015
in Oxford (United Kingdom)
Organised byA joint venture between the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, Oxford University and the Global Climate Adaptation Partnership (GCAP)

The Academy exposes climate practitioners to the links between climate
science, vulnerability and decision making. Now in its 6th year, its Alumni
are drawn from UN organisations, development banks, NGOs and government.  

United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) posted Information 2 September 2014

With Almost 30 % of their Population Threatened by Sea Level Rise, Small Island Developing States Need ‘Blue Green Economy’ Innovations to Adapt to Climate Change

Delia Leonte created a new WIKI page 28 October 2014

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13 October 2015 to 15 October 2015
in Davos (Switzerland)
Organised byUNIDO

Presentation of UNIDO Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production Demonstration
Component of the EaP GREEN is being organized at the World Resource Forum
2015 at the /Workshop on Circular Economy in Action - Experiences of
RECPnet around  the World/  of the World Resources Forum 2015.

United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) posted Information 4 September 2014

Apia, 4 September- Nearly 300 partnerships between governments, businesses and civil society organizations from all over the world have been registered to support small island developing states bringing the total value of these commitments to over USD $1.9 billion, the Unit

Jo De Backer posted Information 17 September 2014

We are pleased to share a new issue of IOM’s Environmental Migration Newsletter focused on Small Islands States (SIDS), Migration and Climate Change celebrating the launch of the SIDS Samoa Conference and in preparation of the forthcoming UN SG Climate Summit.

Etienne Goffin posted Information 3 February 2014

In a special event on ‘Strengthening the resilience of small island developing States (SIDS) within the context of sustainable development,' the UN General Assembly's (UNGA) Second Committee (Economic and Financial) discussed SIDS' unique and particular vulnerabilities, while also noting their di