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    FEATURE: Enhancing African capacity on climate and development knowledge

    African scientific experts have formed the ‘October Group’ to boost African contributions to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) as the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report process gets underway.
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    FEATURE: Learning about urban risk

    In Latin America’s urban environment, how do we discover hidden everyday risks and learn who is affected where, and why? How do we come to grips with the ways in which climate variability can increase the frequency and damaging impacts of small episodic disasters, such as mudslides and floods? Professor Adriana Allen of University College London explores these questions, and more.
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    PROJECT: Reducing resettlement and relocation risk

    Resettlement may reduce urban residents’ risk of suffering climate-related disasters, but it can also increase people’s poverty and vulnerability. A CDKN research project investigates which resettlement policies and practices are socially just and truly reduce future climate risks for individuals, urban regions and society.
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    PROJECT: Disrupting urban ‘risk traps’ – Bridging finance and knowledge for climate resilient infrastructure planning in Lima

    [Translate] Born out of Learning Lima, this research project explored how environmental hazards and small-scale disasters impact women and men in Peru’s capital city. Persistent climate and environ
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    NEWS: New research to assess green growth potential of Ethiopia’s industries

    In Ethiopia, great progress has been made to mainstream climate considerations into the agricultural and energy sector, but more can be done to integrate climate in the fast growing industrial sector. A new CDKN research project aims to support industrial-sector green growth strategies at a crucial time in Ethiopia’s development.
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