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Recruiting: Key experts for EU GCCA+ support facility
Latest News
Video: Virginie Fayolle: Climate finance; what are the emerging opportunities for small island states?
Webinar: Mining and climate change adaptation - the Canadian experience
Oil, Gas & Extractives
U.S. utility companies launch partnership on climate resilience
Shipping routes opening up as Arctic ice continues to shrink
Retail & Supply Chains
Video: Engineering around extreme events
Video: Dying California forests offer a glimpse into climate change
Agribusiness & Forestry
Financing urban resilience in Asia: what role for multilateral climate funds?
Financial Services
Video: Is there a link between climate change and the rise of ISIS?
Defence & Security
Podcast: Sea level rise and coastal cities: the case of Miami Beach
Government & Policy
Extreme weather puts Africa's food security at risk
International Development
Good to share? Efficiency drive in US telecoms sector is increasing climate vulnerability
Transport & Communications
UK vulnerability to flooding still increasing says latest progress report
Water & Sanitation
Climate change will widen the social and health gap
Health & Pharmaceuticals
Tourists cancel as algal blooms blight Caribbean beaches