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The IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report: What’s in it for Africa

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What’s in it for Africa presents key findings from the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) for Africa. The report extracts Africa-specific data, trends and analysis directly from AR5, summarising it in a short volume to make it accessible to all audiences, and highlights key opportunities to achieve adaptation, mitigation and development.

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El Quinto Informe de Evaluación del IPCC: Qué implica para Latinoamérica?

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¿Qué implica para Latinoamérica? presenta las principales conclusiones del Quinto Informe de Evaluación del IPCC (AR5) para América Latina. Extrae datos específicos de Latinoamérica, tendencias y análisis directamente desde IE5, resumiéndolos en un volumen corto, accesible a todos los públicos, y pone de relieve las oportunidades clave para lograr la adaptación, la mitigación y el desarrollo.

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The IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report: What’s in it for Latin America? / Executive Summary

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What’s in it for Latin America? presents key findings from the IPCC’sFifth Assessment Report (AR5) for Latin America. It extracts Latin America-specific data, trends and analysis directly from AR5, summarising it in a short volume to make it accessible to all audiences, and highlights key opportunities to achieve adaptation, mitigation and development.

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The IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report: What’s in it for Small Island Developing States

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What’s in it for Small Island Developing States presents key findings from the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) for Small Island Developing States (SIDS). It extracts SIDS-specific data, trends and analysis directly from AR5, summarising it in a short volume to make it accessible to all audiences, and highlights key opportunities to achieve adaptation, mitigation and development.

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Decent Work and Social Justice in Pacific Small Island Developing States: Challenges, Opportunities and Policy Responses

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Decent work and social justice are building blocks for sustainable development. Productive employment that provides adequate livelihoods, social protection and respect for worker rights is an essential element of environmental, social and economic sustainability.While economic, social and labour market circumstances differ markedly, important decent work deficits exist in the majority of SIDS.

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