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Resilience synergies in the post-2015 development agenda

Nature Climate Change volume 5, pages 10241025 (2015) | Download Citation

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Policymakers have committed to tackling loss and damage as a result of climate change across three high-profile international processes. Framing post-2015 development as a means to address loss and damage can synergize these agendas.

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  • 07 December 2015

    In the Commentary 'Resilience synergies in the post-2015 development agenda' (Nature Clim. Change 5, 1024-1025; 2015), Saleemul Huq's name was misspelt in the Affiliations section. This was corrected in all online versions on 7 December 2015.


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  1. Erin Roberts is in the Department of Geography, King's College London, Strand Campus, London WC2R 2LS, UK

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  2. Stephanie Andrei and Saleemul Huq are at the International Centre for Climate Change and Development, Plot 16, Block B, Aftabuddin Ahmed Road, Bashundhara, Dhaka, Bangladesh

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  3. Lawrence Flint is at the University of Barotseland, Mongu, Zambia

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