This year, the 23rd session of the Conference of the Parties (CoP23) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change is being held in Bonn between the 6th and 17th of November. To mark the event, our latest newsletter is themed on how the Darwin Initiative is contributing to the international community’s commitment to climate action.
We know that many projects are making a positive contribution to climate change mitigation, adaptation and resilience building efforts, and this newsletter’s articles really highlight the importance of these approaches for the sake of both biodiversity and human communities. In this edition of the newsletter, we hear about the power of reefs to provide coastal protection in the Caribbean, the danger posed by the “deadly duo” of climate change and alien invasive species in Cyprus, and how to tackle this issue, and the success of climate-resilient coffee production in Ethiopia.
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