The Adaptation & Resilience Knowledge Hub is created to provide access to information, research, and knowledge products related to climate change adaptation, loss and damage, and resilience. It also aims to facilitate knowledge sharing and foster collaborations among technical experts and stakeholders on topics related to climate change adaptation and resilience.
The Knowledge Hub builds on contributions from across the world from project partners, practitioners, and researchers, as well as other stakeholders working on climate change. It provides free and open access to a curated database of adaptation research, case studies, publications, and technical documents, and other resource materials on climate change adaptation and resilience.
Researchers, practitioners, and other stakeholders working on climate change adaptation, loss and damage and resilience building are welcome to contribute information to the Knowledge Hub.
The Adaptation & Resilience Knowledge Hub is initiated through the financial support of the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN). It was developed as part of the research project titled Policy gaps and Needs Analysis for the Implementation of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) on Adaptation and Loss and Damage in Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka, which was initiated in September 2018 and expected to complete in August 2019. It is led by SLYCAN Trust and conducted in partnership with the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) in Bangladesh, and Prakriti Resources Centre (PRC) in Nepal. After the end of the project, the Hub will be maintained and supported by SLYCAN Trust.
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