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Year: 2008
Uganda's climate is naturally variable and susceptible to flood and drought events which have had negative socio-economic impacts in the past
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Year: 2008
Oxfam estime que l’adaptation au changement climatique dans les pays en développement coûtera au moins 50 milliards de dollars par an, et bien plus si les émissions mondiales de gaz à effet de serre ne sont pas réduites rapidement
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Year: 2008
The world has moved beyond simple recognition that climate change and environmental degradation pose significant risks to humanity and the planet?s ecosystems
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Year: 2008
The recent sharp increase in food prices should have benefited millions of poor people who make their living from agriculture
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Year: 2008
Grassland ecosystems hold an important part of Europe’s biodiversity
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Year: 2007
Disaster risk reduction (DRR) has emerged as an important agenda item in the development community
Year: 2007
This report illustrates how the world’s great river basins are fast dying as a result of over-extraction, dams and infrastructure development, invasive species, climate change, over-fishing, and pollution
Year: 2007
This is the first in a series of three papers that examines the financing of services in developing countries
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Year: 2007
ICT has become the foundation of every sector of every economy
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Year: 2007
How can policy makers best support people’s livelihoods in the context of migration? What policies can enhance social protection in the context of transnational networks? How can policy makers link migration and development to both reduce push factors as well as support the use of migrant remittances for social development?

This report analyses migration in Ecuador where historically, and due to more recent financial crises, huge waves of migrants have left for other countries

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