Scientists from CSAG recently travelled to Botswana to facilitate a training workshop with climate change adaptation experts from Indigo Development & Change and One World. Organised by USAID, through the Resilience in the Limpopo Basin Project (RESILIM), and the Southern Africa Regional Environmental Program (SAREP), the workshop aimed to improve the climate change knowledge and skills of a technical reference committee appointed by the Government of Botswana to oversee the formulation of the National Climate Change Policy, Strategy and Action Plan. Have a look at a recent article on the Adaptation Network website to learn more about the outcomes of the workshop.
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