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Chance to develop climate change hub

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If you live in a coastal region of Bangladesh and want to find out how to adapt to rising sea levels, or you are designing climate-resilient programmes for the South African government, help could be at hand.

The British government's Department for International Development (DFID) plans to spend more than US$64 million on setting up a Climate Network that will provide high-quality, reliable, policy-relevant information on climate change and development, including the latest research, tailored for developing countries.

DFID is calling for tenders from organizations that will not only strengthen developing-country research capacity but also support the emerging international knowledge system on climate change and development.

For more details: Climate and Development Knowledge Network


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