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Who’s in line to be the next UN climate change chief? http://ow.ly/YSh0k

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Interested in in knowing who is who during Adaptation Futures 2016 Conference in Rotterdam?,Have a look at list of plenary Speakers http://bit.ly/1QvKtPJ

Rotterdam International Conference 2016, Adaptation Futures practices and solutions
adaptationfutures2016.org

Country Level Impact of Climate Change(CLICC) Learning Workshop with Pilot Countries,London 21 Jan 2016:Learn more http://bit.ly/1PtZcPL

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Adaptation Futures 2016:4th International Climate Change Adaptation Conference;Rotterdam The Netherlands,10-13 May 2016:More information :http://bit.ly/1SLt7mK

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At CoP21

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Outcome of the UN Climate Change conference in Paris,France 2015;More information:http://bit.ly/1ZfQRPN

Outcome of the UN Climate Change conference in Paris,France 2015;More information:http://bit.ly/1ZfQRPN

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“Global understanding of country-level impacts to support action on climate change: the CLICC project” report at CoP-21 Paris,France;More information :http://bit.ly/1PtZcPL

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CLICC side-event on Monitoring and Evaluation of Adaptation: challenges and opportunities organized at CoP-21, Paris, France. 5th December 2015. More info:http://bit.ly/1lAeWnf

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Invitation to submit offers to host 5th adaptation future conference 2018.More information at: bit.ly/1QdMMtM

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Here’s a favorite post of ours from the past: The 6th Issue of the PROVIA Newsletter released in October 2014 continues to serve as a source of information about the development of the PROVIA initiative and about global climate change vulnerability, impacts and adaptation (VIA) related events. More at: http://bit.ly/1m4toRf

We invite you take a moment to join our PROVIA network formally: http://bit.ly/U9dXfG
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The 6th Issue of the PROVIA Newsletter released in October 2014 continues to serve as a source of information about the development of the PROVIA initiative and... about global climate change vulnerability, impacts and adaptation (VIA) related events. More at: http://bit.ly/1m4toRf

We invite you take a moment to join our PROVIA network formally: http://bit.ly/U9dXfG

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Here’s a favorite post of ours from the past: Find out where your country ranks for four dimensions of #ClimateChange impacts: Extreme Weather, Sea Level Rise, Agricultural Productivity Loss and Overall in this interactive map: http://bit.ly/1pORj5X
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These maps display country rankings for four dimensions of climate impact: Extreme Weather, Sea Level Rise, Agricultural Productivity Loss and Overall. Countries are colored in descending order of impact, from dark red to yellow. On the left, select a view of climate impacts: Direct Risks (risks fro…
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Here’s a favorite post of ours from the past: PROVIA SSC Member Xu Yinlong http://bit.ly/1BDhiTA on #ClimateChange Adaptation in China : http://bit.ly/1gGLSoO
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<p>Protecting vulnerable communities through adaptation is now the main priority of China’s climate policies, says Chinese expert Xu Yinlong</p>
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Here’s a favorite post of ours from the past: UNEP, together with the University of Geneva, has developed a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) for the SIDS based on the PROVIA Guidance report on assessing vulnerability, impacts and adaptation to climate change: http://bit.ly/1pyMijX

The course provides an overview of #ClimateChange adaptation for the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) with a focus on the environmental perspective. Join for free at: http://bit.ly/1qxCGTJ
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Small Island Developing States in a Changing Climate: Paths to Adaptation is a free online class taught by of University of Geneva
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Here’s a favorite post of ours from the past: IPCC Working Group II (WGII), on “Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability”, contribution to the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5); some of the charts explained.
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In March, the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change published a report on “Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability.” It was studded with dense, impenetrable charts, so we asked so...
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Here’s a favorite post of ours from the past: PROVIA is among the organizations that have partnered with unfccc's Nairobi work programme, and contributes to its implementation.
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Building resilience and enabling adaptation to the inevitable impacts of climate change will be a key focus at the 23 September UN Climate Summit in New York.
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