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Recruiting: Key experts for EU GCCA+ support facility
Latest News
Podcast: A new method for assessing coastal climate risks in the Mediterranean
Webinar: Mining and climate change adaptation - the Canadian experience
Oil, Gas & Extractives
Resilient energy needs smarter not just stronger solutions
Can farmers and food companies collaborate to increase supply chain climate resilience?
Retail & Supply Chains
Video: Engineering around extreme events
Irrigation risks spreading invasive pests across Africa
Agribusiness & Forestry
Bank of England warns that climate impacts could change insurance industry forever
Financial Services
Climate change increases tensions in Horn of Africa
Defence & Security
India and Germany indicate that climate adaptation will be central to Paris agreement
Government & Policy
Climate change could push 100 million more people into poverty says World Bank report
International Development
Investigating private sector adaptation to climate change: The case of Tata Teleservices
Transport & Communications
Water shortages on the horizon as snowpacks melt
Water & Sanitation
Climate risk to child health is very real say US paediatricians
Health & Pharmaceuticals
Tourists cancel as algal blooms blight Caribbean beaches