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Social Resilience & Climate Change

The World Bank Group's Social Resilience & Climate Change Practice Group contributes to the Bank's mission to fight poverty by helping to realize climate-smart policies and operations in client countries that advance the interests of those who are most vulnerable to the effects of climate change.  + Learn More

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The Global Peer Learning Network (GPLN) is the focal point for the development of a community of practice on Social Resilience & Climate Change. Participants include academics, policy-makers, development practitioners, and representatives from civil society. The GPLN is designed to progressively develop a network of expertise on Social Resilience & Climate Change, which provides input into the development of Social Resilience outputs / products. In addition it facilitates a dialogue / exchange of experience between the growing community of practice on Social Resilience & Climate Change.

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