INTASAVE-CARIBSAVE Seeking Reviewers for New Publication on Climate Adaptation in China
25/01/16 Filed in: Publications
The INTASAVE-CARIBSAVE Group is currently seeking reviewers for their new publication on climate adaptation in China. They have released this seven-minute video, which premiered at COP21, to illustrate how China has been working to understand and respond to climatic risk. If you enjoyed the video and are interested in reviewing the publication, please read below.
This animation is based on the book, Climate Risk and Resilience, edited by Rebecca Nadin, Sarah Opitz-Stapleton and Xu Yinlong and published by Routledge this year. Using research from a wide range of Chinese sources and the Adapting to Climate Change in China project, a research-to-policy project, the book provides a fascinating glimpse into how China has been working to understand and respond to climatic risk – from droughts and desertification in the grasslands of Inner Mongolia to deadly typhoons in the megacities of the Pearl River Delta.
The INTASAVE-CARIBSAVE Group is currently looking for fellow climate change adaptation professionals to read and review Climate Risk and Resilience for them. If you enjoyed the animation and would like to review the book, please get in touch with charlotte.king[at]intasave-caribsave.org, giving your name and professional details, to discuss receiving a free copy.