Regional Climate Change Adaptation Knowledge Platform for Asia

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The Adaptation Knowledge Platform (AKP) is working towards building bridges between knowledge and action on adaptation to climate change by actively engaging with governments, agencies and communities that need this knowledge to inform their responses to the challenges that climate change presents them. Its goal is to strengthen adaptive capacity and facilitate climate change adaptation in Asia at local, national and regional levels.

The purpose of AKP is to establish a regionally and nationally owned mechanism that facilitates the integration of climate change adaptation into national and regional economic and development policies, processes and plans, strengthen linkages between adaptation and the sustainable development agenda in the region and enhance institutional and research capacity, in collaboration with a wide range of national and regional partners.

AKP is financially supported by the Swedish Government through Sida.

Further resources

Climate Change Adaptation Knowledge Platform for Asia


http://www.asiapacificadapt.net/

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Members

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Monique Kagaga

Monitoring and Evaluation Expert
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Berdakh Utemuratov

Graduate Student
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Nicholas Molyneux

Climate Change Expert at UNICEF
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Shaila Shahid

Coordinator-Gender and Climate Change Programme at ICCCAD
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Arianna Flores Corral

Climate Change and Education for Sustainable Development Fellow and GlobalDev Blog Manager at GDN
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Anupama Nair

at Plan International
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OSK REDDY

Chief Functionary - GUESS at GREEN BUSINESS PROJECTS, at Eco Green
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Kate Smith

Communications Specialist at UNDP

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