Towards Climate Change Resilience: Integrating Urban Biodiversity with CCA

Chiang Rai, Thailand 18 to 20 December 2013

This three-day conference held in Chiang Rai was organized by the Asia-Pacific Adaptation Network to facilitate discussion and share lessons about climate change adaptation, resilience and urban biodiversity in Southeast Asia.

Teo Dang Do, Biodiversity Landscape and Livelihood Coordinator, presented on “Biodiversity and Climate Change under the GMS Core Environment Program” at the conference.  


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