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Climate Policy Network (CLIMATEnet) is a website dedicated to sharing ideas, information, insights, news and resources on how to face the challenge of climate change. It is launched by the Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka (IPS). While its main focus is on South Asian region with particular attention on Sri Lanka, it is open to views and ideas on climate change policies from anywhere in the world that can make a useful contribution to the dialogue .

Climate change is a global problem that all nations are destined to face together. It is a complex problem demanding complex policy interventions to address multiple issues.This calls for combined action of all countries throughout the policy making processes. The CLIMATEnet is thus aimed at creating a dialogue on different aspects of climate change policy. The ultimate goals of this exercise are to inform policy makers on better strategies and to create awareness among stakeholders on different aspects of the challenges faced.

CLIMATEnet looks forward to build up a fruitful collaboration with professionals from all relevant disciplines on the basis of mutual benefit and cooperation. It aims to improve outreach to various stakeholders and build linkages necessary for a fruitful policy dialogue. In this connection, CLIMATEnet welcomes and appreciates contributions by all who wish to participate in this important dialogue.


 

IPS CLIMATEnet Blog :: Latest Posts

   
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Sri Lankan Farmers Need Localised Climate Forecasts to Battle Climate Change: IPS
30 – 31 August 2018 - Kalutara, Sri Lanka

Multi-Stakeholder Workshop on Low Carbon Technology Renovation and Climate Technology Centre Network in Sri Lanka

Climate change and climate uncertainty has increased the demand for climate information products (CIPs) in Sri Lanka, an expert pointed out recently.

 


Multi-Stakeholder Workshop on Low Carbon Technology Renovation and Climate Technology Centre Network
in Sri Lanka
IPS Conference Room – 14th January 2015

Multi-Stakeholder Workshop on Low Carbon Technology Renovation and Climate Technology Centre Network in Sri Lanka

IPS conducted a Multi-Stakeholder Workshop on Low Carbon Technology Renovation and Climate Technology Centre Network (CTCN), as a follow-up to the country study on the Technology Need Assessment in Sri Lanka.

 
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An Integrated Climate Information Management System To Assist Farmers Vulnerable To Climate Change, 2016 

The IPS, in collaboration with the Department of Meteorology of Sri Lanka (DOM), Janathakshan (formerly Practical Action, Sri Lanka) and the South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics (SANDEE), has launched an action research study on “Bridging the Climate Information and Communication Gaps for Effective Adaptation Decisions: An Integrated Climate Information Management System”, with financial support from the International Development Research Council (IDRC) of Canada under it Think Tank Initiative (TTI) - Opportunity Fund Grant Facility. The aim of the project is to improve the effectiveness of adaptation decisions of farmers and policymakers/experts by establishing and pilot-testing models of Integrated Climate Information Management Systems (ICIMS).