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Invitation: Bonn Dialogues event on climate change, social vulnerability and resilience

Published 2012-09-24

During the 12th Bonn Dialogues, panellists will discuss the methods and tools that are available for assessing impacts and climate risks at different levels and for a broad range of sectors and social-ecological systems. The public symposium takes place on Monday, 8 October 2012 at 6.30 p.m. at Deutsche Welle. Please register via .

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