A new report from ActionAid, CARE and WWF, outlines three key challenges which need to be addressed to tackle loss and damage in developing countries. COP 19 must deliver progress in all of these areas.
Dr. Koko Warner from the UN University summarises new research from around the world which shows that current adaptation and mitigation efforts are not enough to avoid loss and damage from climate change impacts.
Authors from Wetlands International, Deltares and The Nature Conservancy demonstrate how mangroves and engineering techniques based on nature can limit the damage caused by storms and natural disasters.
Discussions on loss and damage in Warsaw
Saleemul Huq from ICCCAD and IIED outlines the key issues to consider when following the discussions taking place in Warsaw on institutional arrangements to address loss and damage.
Daniel V. Ortega-Pacheco from the Ecuadorean Delegation summarises some of the key proposals and contributions that Ecuador is bringing to the table at COP 19.
Leisa Perch from the World Centre for Sustainable Development discusses the ways that the BASIC group and other coalitions have been engaging across the South on the issue of climate change.