COP19 Side Event with the Climate Knowledge Brokers Group

At the 19th Conference of Parties to the UNFCCC in Warsaw this month, GIZ-IMACC co-hosted a side event with the Climate Knowledge Brokers (CKB) Group. The discussion covered an important topic: How can we make use of the growing amount of climate information and knowledge websites that are available?

There is a risk that the growing number of different information services might confuse people who need to understand the impacts of climate change rather than informing their decisions. Find out more about the Climate Knowledge Brokers Group in our article and watch a video recording of the debate.

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