Regular programme analysis, reporting and feedback means that AAP activities are responsive to country needs.
Good planning and decision-making depend on sound information. With access to climate data through sophisticated computers, scientists can better understand the complex nature of risk.
If developing countries gain more control over financing for adaptation, they can manage resources more effectively.
For countries to effectively respond to the challenges of climate change, a change in the way that people think, behave and act is required.
Knowledge management is the process of capturing and sharing information. By building information management systems, countries can keep track of knowledge and make better use of it.
Journalists play an important role in promoting action on climate change.
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