Bangladesh has a climate change action plan AT A UK-Bangladesh conference in London, Bangladesh launched its Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan in September. The uk agreed to provide

IGES organised a policy forum on Asia's Post-2012 Climate Regime, with the theme "Towards the Copenhagen Agreement - Challenges and Perspectives" on 9 and 10 October 2008 in Kyoto, in collaboration with the National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP).

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A new survey from EcoSecurities and ClimateBiz released recently shows how large, multinational corporations are addressing their carbon footprints from within, and what strategies they're using to offset the emissions they can't avoid.

This research aims to investigate change and transformation of open pastoral social-ecological systems in Mongolia and develop climate change adaptation options for pastoral communities with participation of herders, local and national governmental officers and scientists.

Several recent studies have concurred that Vietnam will be one of most vulnerable countries to climate change in the world. Gradual changes such as sea level rises and higher temperatures, more extremes of weather such as drought, and more intense typhoons are all on the horizon and will have a potentially devastating impact on the country

This paper discusses the particular and disproportionate risks to urban children in poverty from various aspects of climate change, both extreme events and changing means. It explores the potential impacts on children's health, learning and psychosocial well-being, and considers the implications of family coping strategies for children.

This report takes a look behind the bright vision of carbon capture and storage

The objective of this report is to determine the impacts and vulnerabilities of forests and the forest sector to climate change and if corresponding policies and instruments have been implemented to promote the adaptation of forests and the forest sector.

Durban is unusual among cities worldwide in having a municipal government that has developed a locally rooted climate change adaptation strategy.