How do I cite content from weADAPT?

If the article/case study is specific to weADAPT (i.e. there is no associated publication, only the article/case study entry), we ask you and your networks to acknowledge the source in the following style:

Author(s), article/case study Title. (Date published - you can find this at the top of any article/case study).  On weADAPT, the Collaborative Platform on Climate Change Adaptation. (Date information retrieved), from www.weadapt.org/xxxx

An example for of an article would be:

Benítez, A.C. and Viteri, A.P. (2020) Is there action without emotion? The Experience of Natural Sessions in the Andean Chocó – Ecuador. CONDESAN & Universidad San Francisco de Quito. On weADAPT, the Collaborative Platform on Climate Adaptation. Accessed 28 July 2020 from https://www.weadapt.org/knowledge-base/adaptation-in-mountains/is-there-...

For a Case Study this would be:

Ahmed, B. (2016) The Experience of Nomads in Blue Nile Area. On weADAPT, the Collaborative Platform on Climate Change Adaptation. Accessed 20 July 2020 from http://www.weadapt.org/placemarks/earth#/placemark/536 https://www.weadapt.org/placemarks/maps/view/17561

For formal articles published as peer-reviewed journals, use the article's own citation; this is often included as a ’Suggested Citation’ in the bottom of the article. Please note that the text in weADAPT articles and case studies that are associated with uploaded publications very closely reflect the content of that publication; however, this text has often been edited from its original form. If you wish to quote text, please refer to the original text in publication, not in the weADAPT page of the article/case study.

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