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Report finds more countries formulating National Adaptation Plans


An increasing number of countries are prioritising the formulation and implementation of National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) to boost their efforts to adapt to the effects of climate change by, for example, building flood defences, setting up early warning systems for cyclones, or switching to drought-resistant crops. A flood ravaged community This is based on information captured in the recently published report ...

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Climate change: Countries showcase their National Adaptation Plans

Marianne Karlsen

Five countries – Grenada, Guatemala, Paraguay, Suriname and Uruguay – have presented their National Adaptation Plans (NAPs), demonstrating their commitment to build resilience to the inevitable impacts of climate change, which include more severe and more frequent droughts, storms and floods. Chair of the UNFCCC Subsidiary Body for Implementation, Ms. Marianne Karlsen The plans were presented at the at the annual NAP ...

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