In this three-part series, Chris Perine, Chemonics’ director of corporate environmental sustainability, answers questions about how the global development community can adapt to effectively address the climate crisis. His recommendations include areas for further climate research, more thoughtful and human-centered use of data, and new approaches to development programming.
1) What type of research is needed for climate change programming?
2) How should data be used in communities where programs are operating?
3) How should businesses and development implementers be responding to climate change?
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