By: Tim Hill, GAIN

UNFCCC's The Adaptation ExchangeThe GAIN Index 2012 unveiling was featured in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s “The Adaptation Exchange” blog on Facebook in advance of the release at Princeton University on October 15.

GAIN Founding CEO Dr. Juan José Daboub and Chief Scientist Dr. Ian Noble unveiled the GAIN Index at Princeton University on October 15. Follow the hashtag #GAINIndex2012 for updates. 

091026-A-6473S-002In a recent Devex article, the GAIN Index was quoted to help show how Afghanistan is a highly vulnerable country, especially when it comes to its agriculture sector. Devex, works to connect the global development community through promoting career opportunities and related news. 

The Nature Conservancy’s (TNC) Frank Lowenstein has used the GAIN Index, appreciates the work of the Global Adaptation Institute (GAIN) and plans to continue using the open-source tool in TNC’s future adaptation and risk reduction work. 

Mozambique_01_BEN_WFP-Robert_MaasIn an executive report from the World Food Programme (page 3), the GAIN Index is used to provide additional information about Mozambique’s food vulnerability.

red-cross2The American Red Cross and the International Federation Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies continue to advance their mission of providing compassionate care to those in need and saving lives all around the world – this time by furthering knowledge on disaster preparedness for communities around the world.

index with cutlineThe Global Adaptation Institute (GAIN) will launch its annual resilience index – the GAIN Index – at Princeton University on October 15.

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emerson-resendeEmerson Resende is a climate change specialist with a background in private sector sustainability, energy management and the built environment. Passionate about environmental businesses and sustainable solutions, Emerson worked in Latin America and Europe for six years before joining the United Nations Framework Convention on Cl


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