Mark Tadross

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Mark has been an advisor to both national and international organisations (Including the World Bank and United Nations) for over 15 years, providing scientific and technical guidance and analytical support for understanding climate variability and change, as well as modelling the resulting impacts on sectors such as agriculture, water resources and disaster management. He has worked in many countries across Africa and Asia, developing downscaled (high resolution) climate change scenarios and seasonal forecasts using a range of climate/crop models and tools, as well as being a contributing author to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 4th assessment report. Mark has provided support to adaptation projects using climate information, developing climate-related early warning systems and undertaking associated risk and vulnerability assessments. He has been the technical lead on developing projects on strengthening climate information and early warning systems funded through the Least Developed Country Fund. More recently he has helped design and develop several climate-, agricultural- and water-management related projects, funded through the Green Climate Fund (GCF), for countries including Zambia, Uganda, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, Papua New Guinea and Malawi.

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