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HR Wallingford

Created as the Hydraulics Research Station of the UK Government in 1947, it became a private entity in 1982. Since then it has operated as an independent, non profit distributing organisation committed to building knowledge and solving problems, expertly and appropriately. Today, HR Wallingford has a 60 year track record of achievement in applied research and specialist consultancy. HR Wallingford has a pedigree of excellence and a tradition of innovation, which they sustain by re-investing profits from its operations into programmes of strategic research and development, designed to keep them, and their clients and partners, at the leading edge.

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PROJECT: Climate-proofing water investment in the Caribbean

[Translate] The purpose of this project was to mainstream climate compatible development into core decision making and implementation within the water sector in the Caribbean region through the develo
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PROJECT: Climate proofing the Sandy Bay water service improvement project, St. Vincent

[Translate] The purpose of this project was to: Increase the mobilisation of resources towards water infrastructure projects that increase climate resilience. By providing guidance, capacity building,
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PROYECTO: Mejora de la resistencia al clima del servicio de aguas de Sandy Bay, St. Vincent

Dentro de los varios objetivos de este proyecto se resalta el aumento de la movilización de recursos hacia proyectos de infraestructura hídrica que aumenten la resiliencia climática.
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NEWS: New research shows that tackling climate change is critical for achieving Sustainable Development Goals

New research by HR Wallingford, Metroeconomica and CDKN shows that a high-ambition global climate agreement will be essential to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
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REPORT: The impact of climate change on the achievement of the post-2015 sustainable development goals

This report considers the impacts of the 2015 climate change agreement on development under two scenarios: a high-ambition agreement and a low-ambition one
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