Archive Learning in consortia - Navigating the challenges

  • By Margot Curl
  • 27/11/2018
Nov 27, 1PM GMT / Working in the complex context of climate change and resilience often requires diverse organisations and individuals collaborating across disciplines, timezones, and geographical and cultural boundaries. Over the past year, a number of consortia and programmes working in the adaptation space have reflected on these challenges and put forward a series of guidelines aimed at supporting the design and implementation of large scale collaborative projects. During the webinar, some of the world's leading climate resilience consortia will share their learning through different examples, and encourage participants to reflect on and share their own experiences.

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