Side event on M&E of adaptation at SB40: 10th June 2014

Last Tuesday, 10th June, GIZ and IIED hosted a side event on “Measuring and reporting effective adaptation: challenges, approaches and ways forward“ at the UNFCCC SB40 in Bonn, Germany.

More information and background material can be found in the Knowledge section.

GIZ Side event Measuring adaptation - the panelists

Christoph Feldkötter, GIZ (left); Susanne Schwan, GIZ; Susannah Fisher, iied; Nguyen Huong Thuy Phan, Mekong River Commission; Irene Karani, LTS Africa; Gottfried von Gemmingen, BMZ.

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