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Ethiopian Government to Merge the Ethiopian Space Science and Technology Institute and Ethiopian Geospatial Information Institute
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Iran Slaps Down US ‘Concerns’ Over Space Programme After Satellite Launch
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Russia and China Ink Cooperative Deal on Respective GNSSs
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November 25th, 2012
Climate Change: What Happens When the Damage is Done?

UN climate change talks in Doha could be on the verge of adding a focus on “loss and damage” to its framing of the global response to climate change. The new issue area would supplement existing emphases on the mitigation of and adaptation to climate change — underscoring the growing realization that simply adjusting to a warmer world may no longer be an option. There is no agreed-upon definition for “loss and damage”, but the phrase broadly refers to a range of harms incurred in developing countries from the impact of climate change that cannot be avoided either through mitigation or adaptation. Read More