Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Climate Investment Funds created by World Bank

This message came up today through ClimateWire by way of allAfrica.com:

The increasing frequency of droughts, floods, and catastrophic climatic events are already hitting the poorest communities the hardest.

And at a time of rising food prices, climate change creates more risks for the developing world's agriculture.

If we are to confront climate change we need to learn more about this as a development challenge. We need to find new approaches in several sectors ranging from agriculture, water management, transport , urban development, biodiversity to energy access. Read more.

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