This document looks at how social protection can be a tool to manage climate risk, with examples from Brazil, Kenya and Lesotho. It discusses how social protection can help bridge the gap between humanitarian and development aid as well as absorb and adapt to climate shocks.

The Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development publishes the "Regions Adapt 2016" report.

Coastal areas have been centers of human activity throughout history and current trends indicate that migration toward these zones is continuing.

Thirty-seven researchers from nine African countries including Ghana are to benefit from a programme to generate knowledge to assist the continent to effectively tackle climate change.

Malawi is this week hosting representatives from twelve countries from across the world in the capital Lilongwe this for an international forum that will focus on best practices related to measurin

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