Translating Co-benefits Research into Action in Asia: Science, Models, Projects, and Policies
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Presentation at Nagoya University Global Environmental Leaders Program (NUGELP)
In Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction: Asian Perspectives
Adaptation is a priority agenda for many developing and vulnerable countries in the world. Adaptation requires substantive resources in terms of financial and human resource capacity. While most of adaptation actions can be planned and implemented at the national level using national resources, there still is a large gap between needs and available...
The UNU-IAS workshop on “Strengthening Linkages between Science and Policy” held at the 21st Pacific Science Congress - June 14, 2007