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Our quarterly updates will bring you the latest news from Adaptation Without Borders – including key insights and analysis on transboundary climate risk as well as events to join, articles to read and videos to view.
This month, you can watch our Race to Zero dialogue, with UK High-Level Climate Action Champion Nigel Topping, among other special guests. You can also read the first Adaptation Without Borders policy brief on climate-resilient trade and explore why a transboundary framing of climate risk creates opportunities to reinvigorate international cooperation on adaptation.
For more news and updates, please regularly visit the Adaptation Without Borders website!


Event Recording: Managing cascading climate risk in global supply chains

Watch this online dialogue – one of a series curated by the UNFCCC High-Level Champions – exploring actions to strengthen the resilience of global supply chains to better manage the cross-border effects of climate change, and sign up for the final event in the series – Building a climate resilient and just future for all: Delivering action and ambition – on 17 November.

Watch the recording


What are transboundary climate risks?

What are transboundary climate risks, who are exposed and how can we manage them? Read our short and snappy briefing and watch the animation on our homepage to find out what they have to do with your cup of coffee!

Read the brief


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Building climate-resilient trade

Read this policy brief on transboundary climate risks in Europe with recommendations for Member States, businesses and the EU as a whole on how to advance climate-resilient trade and production. 

Read the brief


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Meeting the global challenge of adaptation 

Take a deeper dive into the topic to understand why adopting a transboundary view of climate risk changes the scope and nature of the adaptation challenge and creates opportunities to reinvigorate international cooperation. 

Read the brief

The partnership

Adaptation Without Borders is brought to you by three founding members – SEI, ODI and IDDRI – and eight partners – Business for Social Responsibility (BSR), the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, ENDA Énergie, the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Mediators Beyond Borders International (MBBI), the University of the West Indies (UWI) and Winrock International.

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