New version of the Climate Impacts: Global and Regional Adaptation Support Platform

A new page on AdaptationCommunity.net is dedicated to our partner project, the Climate Impacts: Global and Regional Adaptation Support Platform (ci:grasp in short). It describes in more detail how ci:grasp can provide knowledge about the impacts of climate change to adaptation practitioners and support them in their decisions and planning.

The updated version of ci:grasp has been made available at http://pik-potsdam.de/cigrasp-2/. ci:grasp was developed by the Potsdom Institute for Climate Impact Research (German abbreviation PIK).

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