START Publications

Pan Asia Risk Reduction Fellowship Program Brochure

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Information about the PARR Fellowship Program

Brochure, January 2015
Vistas of African Science: Advancing Knowledge through START’s Grants for Global Environmental Change in Africa Program

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Highlights eight years of START’s Africa GEC Grants Program

Synthesis Document, April 2014
Advancing Knowledge for Action on Global Environmental Change: Reflecting on Progress and Strategizing for the Future

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Highlights important START accomplishments over the last 20 years and the 10-year strategic plan for START

Strategy Document, March 2014
START Briefing Note: Key messages from knowledge and capacity needs scoping workshops in two African Cities

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Key messages from knowledge and capacity needs scoping workshops in two African Cities

Briefing Note, May 2013
Biennial Report 2012-2013

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START’s 2012-2013 Biennial Report is now available for download!

Report, November 2013
Advancing Science for Resilient Futures: 2013 START Brochure

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2013 Brochure provides an overview of current START activities

Brochure, May 2013
Cultivating Fields of Change: Collaborative Learning Through Research

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Bringing each of the 2011-12 Grants for Global Environmental Change Research in Africa projects together, highlighting stories, research findings and recommendations to strengthen future research and communication efforts.

Magazine, May 2013
accfp-mag cover Making an Impact: The African Climate Change Fellowship Program

START created this magazine-style publication in 2012 to showcase our African Climate Change Fellowship Program (ACCFP) after the first round of fellows had completed the program. Click the cover photo or this link to view a PDF of the ACCFP …

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Of Interest

Newsletter 2016 (1) 2016 START Quarterly News – No. 1

START invites you to read the first issue of the 2016 START Quarterly News. Get updates on events organized and attended by the International START Secretariat, news from the START Regions, Alumni and Program Spotlights, and an interview with START Staff. …

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USAID CCRD Compendium Project Final Report COMPENDIUM: Report and Guidance from USAID’s “Climate Change Resilient Development” Project

The Climate Change Resilient Development (CCRD) project was a four-year project (2011-2015) implemented under the leadership of the Global Climate Change Office in the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) Bureau for Economic Growth, Education, and Environment (E3). The project …

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136 Snet Children and Humanitarian Assistance in South Asia Article in All India Disaster Mitigation Institute’s Publication

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START: Two Decades of Impact in Asia

Article, September 2015
How can climate change adaptation in the semi-arid regions of West Africa be more effective and widespread? Evidence from Ghana and Mali

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Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR) Info Brief #2

Information Brief, November 2015
Planning for Climate Change in the Dryland Areas of West Africa

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Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR) Info Brief #1

Information Brief, June 2015
2015 START Quarterly News – No. 4

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The fourth issue of the 2015 START Quarterly News

Newsletter, October 2015
2015 START Quarterly News – No. 3

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The third issue of the 2015 START Quarterly News

Newsletter, July 2015
felix headshot Early Warning Systems for Urban Flooding

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UGEC Viewpoints article coauthored by Felix Olorunfemi, one of START’s African Climate Change Policy Fellows.

Article, October 2015
HiMAP Post-Earthquake Assessment Post-Earthquake Assessment: Imja, Tsho Rolpa, and Thulagi Glacial Lakes in Nepal

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Article from CCRD’s High Mountains Adaptation Partnership covers field-based assessments of three of Nepal’s most dangerous glacial lakes following the 2015 earthquakes.

Assessment, August 2015
Earth System Governance in Africa: knowledge and capacity needs

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Article based on a scoping workshop organized by START, in collaboration with the Earth System Governance Project and the Institute of Environmental and Sanitation Studies

Article, June 2015