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Recruiting: Key experts for EU GCCA+ support facility
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Recruiting: Key experts for EU GCCA+ support facility
Webinar: Mining and climate change adaptation - the Canadian experience
Oil, Gas & Extractives
Experts worried by flood risk to nuclear plants
Adaptation without borders? How policy and practice can address the indirect impacts of climate change
Retail & Supply Chains
UK Climate Projections website relaunches after refresh
Australia pays the cost of climate driven heat waves
Agribusiness & Forestry
Broken promises: Governments miss deadline on delivering climate finance
Financial Services
Climate change poses 'immediate risks to U.S. national security': Pentagon
Defence & Security
UK government plans 'massive vessels' to help future flood victims
Government & Policy
India's coastal villages map out disasters strategy
International Development
Good to share? Efficiency drive in US telecoms sector is increasing climate vulnerability
Transport & Communications
Cities head for water crisis as populations explode
Water & Sanitation
Adapt now to prevent poor health from climate change: report
Health & Pharmaceuticals
Online tool identifies climate vulnerability of Australia's coasts