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Tiempo, a bulletin on climate and development, issue 62, January 2007

Source(s):  International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

This issue includes 4 articles on climate change adaptation related issues.

Latin America up in smoke: climate change in Latin America:
This first article describes climate change impacts in Latin America and explains how to ensure climate change resilient development.

Climate and disaster reduction: strategies in the face of climate change:
This article reports on the recognition of the need for appropriate disaster reduction strategies in the face of climate change.

Vulnerability in Sudan:
This article calls for improved policy process integration to support adaptation in Sudan.

Kyoto Protocol: operating the adaptation fund:
This last article describes a new proposal for operating the Kyoto Protocol Adaptation Fund.

DOCUMENTS / PUBLICATIONS

View Tiempo issue 59, April 2006

DOCUMENTS / PUBLICATIONS

View Tiempo issue 64, July 2007


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  • Tiempo, a bulletin on climate and development, issue 62, January 2007
  • Publication date 2007
  • Author(s) Reid, Hannah; Simms, Andrew; Granich, Sarah; Zaki-Eldeen, Sumaya Ahmed; Abdullah, Amjad; Pateh Jallow, Bubu; Reazuddin, Mohammad
  • Number of pages 28 p.

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