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A newsletter dedicated to the activities of the AF NGO Network and around the implemented projects is published regularly. The AF NGO Network also publishes Reports on Adaptation Fund Board meetings, its activities in Doha and other AF material from its Network members.

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Meetings
08/2013
Cover Briefing Paper 7th Meeting
The 7th meeting of the Adaptation Fund Board took place from 14 to 16 September 2009 in Bonn. Please find below the report that summarises the key decisions taken during the meeting as well as the Briefing Paper.
Newsletter
02/2013
Newsletter February 2013
A newsletter dedicated to the activities of the AF NGO Network and around the implemented projects is published regularly.
Case Study
12/2012
Mapping Evaluation AF funded projects
Prior to Doha meeting, the AF NGO Network has commissioned a case study in seven project countries funded by the Adaptation Fund.
Paper
11/2012
Insights from vulnerable developing countries
Making the Adaptation Fund work for the most vulnerable
This publication summarises the state of play in the Adaptation Fund and the key experiences of members of the Adaptation Fund NGO Network, at international policy level as well as within developing countries.
Briefing Paper
08/2012
Design of the green climate fund
Some lessons learned from the Adaptation Fund
This paper aims at assessing critical elements of the AF for the GCF, by highlighting good practices identified and concerns raised by interested stakeholders w
Video Statements
08/2012
All members of the Steering Group who attended the summit gave short video statements about how they conceive the Great Transformation and where they see challenges and opportunities.
Discussion Paper
08/2012
DRAFT FOR DISCUSSION, as of June 14th 2012
As global temperatures rise, severe negative impacts on crop yields is expected in large parts of the Global South where food security remains a critical concern. Yet agriculture is also seen as a major greenhouse gas emitter – if landuse change is included, agriculture is said to contribute up to 30% of GHGs. Around 13% of global emissions come from agricultural practices themselves – in particular from methane and nitrous oxides.
Detailed Project Description
07/2012
Outline for the Global Strategy Retreat, November 1st/2nd 2012, Bonn/Germany
The world is rapidly changing. Geopolitical power is shifting and planetary boundaries become obvious. Never before in history has the number of hungry and chronically undernourished people climbed to such levels, and the prospects to halve poverty until 2015 – and eventually end world hunger – are dire. Climate change and the competition for limited resources require a complete reversion of dominant energy systems and a full recognition of our planetary boundaries.
Introduction
07/2012
Conference on 1-2 November 2012 in Bonn
Never before in history has the number of hungry and chronically undernourished people climbed to such levels. Never before in human history has the amount of greenhouse gas emissions risen as fast as in the first decade of the 21st century.
News AFN
07/2012
Significant Progress
Article in D+C Development and Cooperation
In the journal D+C Development and Cooperation 2012/07 was published an article by Sven Harmeling & Alpha Kaloga about the Adaptation