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Environment Magazine September/October 2008

January-February 2014

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Harnessing Ecosystem-based Adaptation To Address the Social Dimensions of Climate Change

The 2011 droughts in the horn of Africa deprived countless communities of water and food security. Two years later, devastating floods in Germany caused widespread urban destruction. These events showcase the early signs of dangerous climate change, which is already threatening the livelihoods, health, and well-being of millions, especially the poor and vulnerable who lack the financial, technical, human, and institutional resources to adapt to these changes.

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