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Sustainable Development in Africa: Is the Climate Right?

James Williams

Title:
Sustainable Development in Africa: Is the Climate Right?
Author(s):
Williams, James
Date:
Type:
Reports
Department(s):
International Research Institute for Climate and Society
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Series:
IRI Technical Report
Part Number:
05-01
Geographic Area:
Africa
Notes:
Position Paper 2005.
Publisher:
International Research Institute for Climate Prediction
Publisher Location:
Palisades, N.Y.
Abstract:
The purpose of this document is to set out the IRI position on managing climate information in the development process in Africa, and to provide a convenient point of reference for all people working on related matters. The main message is that much better management of climate variability in a number of key sectors is essential to achieve the Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development in Africa. IRI, as an international development organization, is committed to the MDGs and is actively engaging partners in new ways to assist the process.
Subject(s):
Science--Social aspects
Sustainability
Ecology
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Suggested Citation:
James Williams, , Sustainable Development in Africa: Is the Climate Right?, Columbia University Academic Commons, .

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