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¿Cómo pueden los países en desarrollo acceder a fondos internacionales para combatir y adaptarse al cambio climático? Ésta es una de las más importantes interrogantes que se plantea en las negociaciones sobre el cambio climático en la COP21 y tal vez, un elemento crucial para concretar un acuerdo internacional.

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Adapting from the Ground Up

Enabling Small Businesses in Developing Countries to Adapt to Climate Change

Small businesses are critical yet often overlooked players in climate change adaptation. This report offers specific policy interventions for policymakers, climate finance providers, and large corporations to engage small businesses in adaptation efforts, enabling them to build their own...

From Tracking to Action

Promoting Social Accountability in Adaptation Finance

Civil society has the power to make adaptation finance more transparent and accountable. The Adaptation Finance Accountability Initiative (AFAI) has developed a proven set of methods that civil society organizations can use to track the flow of adaptation funds and push their governments to...

"Today, as negotiators haggle over the details of a climate agreement in Paris, my home town in southern India is literally underwater," says Arivudai Nambi Appadurai, WRI India's Adaptation Strategy Head for Climate Resilience Practice. "Chennai has seen 17 days straight of rain, precisely the kind of extreme weather event that experts say will only become more common in a warming world."

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