29/03/18 Filed in: Podcast
With Season 1 of the #ClimateReady Podcast now wrapped up, it's time to take a look back at all the great episodes. If you haven't already done so, make sure to listen, rate, and review
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29/03/18 Filed in: Publications
The Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has released two new reports focusing on national urban policies.Global State of National Urban Policy
Covering 150 countries, this is the first comprehensive report which monitors and evaluates National Urban Policies at the global scale, using a clearly defined common methodology that allows international benchmarking of NUP. It is also a significant contribution to the monitoring and implementation of the New Urban Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals. Read More...
08/03/18 Filed in: Newsletter
We have just released the latest issue of AGWA Updates
, our internal e-newsletter. You can access the March issue by clicking here
. You'll want to check out this issue to learn about the incredible amount of activity taking place within the AGWA network. Plus, as always it is full of the latest news related to climate change, climate finance, policy, and much more. It's well worth your time!
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01/03/18 Filed in: Publications
A new book on Freshwater Ecosystems in Protected Areas: Conservation and Managemen
t, is edited by C. Max Finlayson, Angela H. Arthington and Jamie Pittock, and published by Routledge as part of their Series, Earthscan Studies in Water Resource Management.
Freshwater ecosystems have the greatest species diversity per unit area. This book shows that, rather than a marginal part of protected area management, freshwater conservation is central to sustaining biodiversity. The book focuses on better practices for conserving inland aquatic ecosystems in protected areas (PAs), including rivers, wetlands, swamps, other brackish and freshwater ecosystems, and coastal estuaries. With an international authorship of 32 authors for 14 chapters, the book moves from describing the basic concepts of freshwater ecosystem types and ecological principles, through to defining the characteristics of freshwater protected areas, the threats they face, before discussing how to best manage them at catchment scale, and within the global landscape, and with the perspective of climate change.
For more details see: https://www.routledge.com/Freshwater-Ecosystems-in-Protected-Areas-Conservation-and-Management/Finlayson-Arthington-Pittock/p/book/9780415787147
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