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European cities and towns identify main climate and energy challenges

educhenin (29 juin 2011)

 Cities, towns and their associations and networks from 30 countries  have combined their experience to produce a summary paper of key issues regarding climate and energy: the 3 rd and Final European Local Government Positioning Paper.  The paper is a result of the concluding  LG Action project ...

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Social Capital, Collective Action, and Adaptation to Climate change

medolbec (23 mars 2010)

L’article se base sur la prémisse que « l’adaptation est une dynamique sociale dans laquelle la capacité d’adaptation des sociétés est déterminée par leur capacité à agir collectivement ». L’auteur souligne l’émergence et l’importance de l’action collective et du capital ...

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The Role of the 2015 Agreement in Enhancing Adaptation to Climate Change

Duchemin, Eric (27 mai 2015)

Ce document (en anglais) montre comment l’accord de 2015 peut contribuer à améliorer les politiques et à coordonner les activités de planification pour renforcer la résilience et les capacités d’adaptation au niveau national. Il passe en revue les avantages et inconvénients techniques de ...

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Climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability in the Arctic

virginielariviere (6 avr. 2010)

The Arctic climate is changing, carrying wide-ranging implications for indigenous and non-indigenous inhabitants, businesses, industry and government across the circumpolar region. The latest scientific assessments indicate that change is happening faster than previously thought, and that the Arctic ...

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Human adaptation to climate change: a review of three historical cases and some general perspectives

medolbec (30 avr. 2010)

To study mitigation and adaptation to climate change, social scientists have drawn on different approaches, particularly sociological approaches to the future and comparative history of past societies. These two approaches frame the social and temporal boundaries of decision-making collectivities in ...

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10th International NCCR Climate Summer School "Climate Change, Extremes and Ecosystem Services"

educhenin (30 déc. 2010)

4 – 9 September 2011, Grindelwald, Switzerland The NCCR Climate, Switzerland's centre of excellence in climate and climate impact research, invites young scientists to join leading climate researchers in a scenic Swiss Alpine setting for keynote lectures, workshops and poster sessions on the ...

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Community Based Adaptation in Africa

virginielariviere (16 sept. 2010)

Some of the poorest people in the world are already coping with a changing climate. InsightShare travelled to Kenya, Zimbabwe and Malawi to facilitate three Participatory Video for Monitoring and Evaluation workshops. The workshops were to help the local partner organisation and community members ...

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Adapting agricultural water to climate change

adaptationclimat (28 sept. 2010)

This policy brief, published by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), examines the relationship between climate change, water and food security and outlines potential adaptation strategies and policy priorities for developing countries.

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KLIMA 2010 / CLIMATE 2010

educhenin (22 oct. 2010)

Let the conference introduce you to the latest scientific findings on the social, economic and political aspects of climate change. Enter this platform on 1-7 November 2010 and read about new projects and innovative initiatives being undertaken in both industrialised and developing countries by ...

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