Water
Conflict Transformation
Asia
Wang Yan

Border disputes continue to overshadow China-India cooperation over the Yarlung Zangbo, but a more positive approach from China will help.

Water
Climate Change
Early Warning & Risk Analysis
Global Issues
Dennis Taenzler, adelphi

Haiyan wasn’t actually on the 19th Conference of the Parties (COP) participants list which just started in Warsaw on 11 November.

Biodiversity & Livelihoods
Climate Change
Asia
Jacob Glass, Interview with Saleemul Huq

When it comes to climate change vulnerability, it sometimes seems as if all eyes are on Bangladesh.

Early Warning & Risk Analysis
Global Issues
Desmond Brown

For the small island developing states of the Caribbean, there is nothing more important than the United Nations Climate Change Conference taking place here at the national stadium of Poland from Nov. 11-22.

Laura Griestop and Lena Ruthner, adelphi

Regional high-level experts and decision-makers met in Addis Ababa on 24 October 2013 to identify new policy approaches to address the challenges from climate change to Africa, in particular regarding food, energy, water and migration.

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Capacity Building
North America
Caitlin Werrell and Francesco Femia

Last Friday, President Obama issued an Executive Order (EO) titled “Preparing the United States for the Impact of Climate Change.” As the name of the EO implies, it is focused on preparing for and adapting to the current and imminent effects of climate change, rather than reducing emissions.

Biodiversity & Livelihoods
Global Issues
Michael Conathan

The filibuster has gone international.

Lynn Doa

On October 28, 2013, two U.S.

Forests
Land & Food
Private Sector
Sub-Saharan Africa
Nilima Choudhury

The UN hopes a new treaty signed by African governments, industry representatives and civil society organisations this week will slow levels of illegal timber trading in the Congo Basin.

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