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Raising the profile of transboundary climate risks and building connections between stakeholder groups are key to our mandate. Read our latest articles and opinion pieces and join us at our next event as we bring together people from all disciplines, sectors and regions to share their experiences and innovative ideas for managing transboundary climate risks.

 

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Mountains in Nepal
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Climate action in the Hindu Kush Himalaya

17/12/2020 - 15:00 to 17:00

This event provided a platform for stakeholders from the Hindu Kush Himalaya to discuss how regional collaboration can deliver ambitious climate action in the region.

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Container Ship
Event

Building a climate-resilient and just future for all: Managing cascading climate risk in global supply chains

10/11/2020 - 11:00 to 13:00

This online dialogue shines a spotlight on industry and explore actions to strengthen the resilience of global supply chains.

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Container ships dock at the Euromax Terminal in the Port of Rotterdam. Photo: Frans Berkelaar
Event

Climate-Resilient Trade and Production

09/07/2020 - 08:30 to 11:00

This invite-only online seminar explores how European member states, European businesses and the EU as a whole can usher in a new era of climate-resilient systems.

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Growth
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Educating Teachers as if Sustainability Matters by Alexander K. Lautensach

The mission of teacher education has always been to empower teachers. Amid a pandemic, individuals, communities and cultures are learning to change their ways of living. 

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COP21
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Adaptation to climate change in the aftermath of the Paris Agreement: on the rise globally, but policy and scientific challenges ahead

This blog reflects on the developments in climate change adaptation since the signing of the Paris Agreement.

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EU-Mercosur meeting
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The EU-Mercosur trade agreement: can a trade treaty be greened?

This blog post analyzes the conditions for a "greening" of the EU-Mercosur trade agreement compatible with both the legitimate expectations of civil society and the reality of trade negotiations.

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