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Making climate information user friendly for humanitarian organizations

Source(s):  Red Cross / Red Crescent Climate Centre

This case study addresses the need to increase the ability to anticipate and prepare for changing climate risks – not only in the coming decades, but also in the next days, weeks, months, and years – in order to cope with and adapt to the impacts of climate change. It presents strategies for addressing increasing climate risks, such as the 'Early Warning, Early Action' (EWEA) method; assesses climate information needs in Asia Pacific; and sets forth potential improvements in the formats and usage of this data for the region.



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  • Making climate information user friendly for humanitarian organizations
  • Publication date 2010
  • Number of pages 8 p.

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