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Climate Change And Development Consultation On Key Researchable Issues Section 8 Conclusions

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Document begins: CLIMATE CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT CONSULTATION ON KEY RESEARCHABLE ISSUES SECTION 8 CONCLUSIONS SALEEMUL HUQ AND HANNAH REID Saleemul Huq and Hannah Reid Climate Change Group International Institute for Environment and Development 3 Endsleigh Street, London WC1H 0DD, UK Tel: (+44 20) 7388 2117 Fax: (+44 20) 7388 2826 Email: 1. Introduction This section presents some conclusions on identifying key researchable issues and processes. It draws on material presented in the preceding sections, including the scoping study, regional and country-specific scoping studies and consultations, inputs from experts, questionnaire survey results and participation by the authors in some of the workshops. Whilst we have made a judgement on which overall points to emphasise, we must stress that different sectoral, stakeholder, regional and national groups will legitimately have their own priorities. Many of the climate issues will be context-specific. Materials in the preceding sections provide rich resource on this more detailed set of views. 2. Major Stakeholder Groups For the purposes of framing research questions on climate change and development and designing an appropriate research strategy to answer those questions, the following were considered to be the major stakeholder groups: (i) Researchers and academics, distinguishing between those located in ...

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