The Tri-National de la Sangha (TNS) landscape came into being during a summit of heads of state and Governments of the Economic Community of Central African States in 1999. This note is background for a case in the COBMA project.
This scoping assessment presents an overview of the needs of small islands in Indonesia in adapting to the impacts of climate change and climate variability. The assessment was conducted in September to October 2011 with the assistance of local NGOs and peoples organizations in Indonesia.
Bhutan is one of 13 countries covered by the Adaptation Knowledge Platform for Asia. In June 2010, a climate adaptation scoping study was undertaken, with input from stakeholders in government, non-government organizations (NGOs), and academia. This report describes the results and integration into development and conservation.
This research brief from the Regional Climate Change Adaptation Platform for Asia (Adaptation Knowledge Platform) outlines how Bhutan and Nepal can advance with adaptation planning in respective context of socio-economic, political and climatic changes.