Eldis is pleased to share 10 new and updated key issues guides on the Eldis Climate Change Resource Guide
Eldis is pleased to share 10 new and updated key issues guides on the Eldis Climate Change Resource Guide that have been put together by a number of you.
Eldis is pleased to share 10 new and updated key issues guides<http://bit.ly/cc_keyissues> on the Eldis Climate Change Resource Guide<eldis.org/climatechange> that have been put together by a number of you. They look at a range of important and emerging climate change and development issues from low carbon development<http://bit.ly/lowcarbondevt> to disaster risk reduction<http://bit.ly/EldisDRR> and indigenous knowledge<http://bit.ly/indigenousknowledge>.
What is a key issues guide?
It presents a balanced overview of different ideas and debates around a particular issue/topic, guiding users to further editorially selected reading. Key issues guides are aimed at users with a general understanding of climate change and development issues who are seeking a quick but comprehensive introduction to a new topic. In particular they target non academic development professionals working in the formulation of good project design and policy.
If you want to send the link where all the key issues guides<http://bit.ly/cc_keyissues> sit, then please use this link: http://bit.ly/cc_keyissues
Here are the links to each specific key issues guide:
* Low Carbon Development<http://bit.ly/lowcarbondevt>
* Disaster Risk Reduction<http://bit.ly/EldisDRR>
* Community Radio and climate change<http://bit.ly/eldis_communityradio>
* Gender and climate change<http://bit.ly/genderandclimate>
* Tackling poverty in a changing climate<http://bit.ly/povertycc>
* Climate Smart Agriculture<http://bit.ly/climatesmartagric>
* Climate Finance<http://bit.ly/eldis_climatefinance>
* Indigenous knowledge and climate change<http://bit.ly/indigenousknowledge>
* Water Resources and climate change<http://bit.ly/eldis_water>
* Gender and Climate change<http://bit.ly/genderandclimate>
* Planning for Climate Change<http://bit.ly/climateplanning>
* Adaptive Social Protection<http://bit.ly/eldisASP>
Please do share these guides with your networks and colleagues.
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Kind Regards, Fatema
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