INFOGRAPHIC: Calling all communicators – New infographic shows link between national and global action on climate change
This CDKN infographic, National climate change legislation, illustrates the suggestions put forward by the report, National climate change legislation: The key to more ambitious international agreements? and how the climate change legislation of a country can determine its position in the international negotiations. [more...]
Climate change and inland flooding in Jamaica: risk and adaptation measures for vulnerable communities
Flooding from extreme rainfall events is one of the major natural hazards affecting Jamaica and other small island states in the Caribbean. This project aims to improve flood models and use information from past extreme rainfall events to create maps which illustrate future flood risk. Its goal is to model extreme events and create five, ten and twenty-five-year flood inundation maps for both present and future climate projections. [more...]
This report, What’s in it for Small Island Developing States, presents key recommendations from the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report, extracting Small Island Developing States-specific data, trends and analysis directly from AR5, summarising it in a short volume to make it accessible to all audiences and makes recommendations to decision-makers on adaptation and mitigation opportunities. [more...]
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