It covers the period from April 2021 to March 2022, which is the third year of the four-year programme.
The review includes notable press coverage, case studies from the various projects and a forward look at the year ahead.
The top programme successes over the period were identified as:
Development of climate support services and tools
Communication and community building and development
Scientific advancement and publications
The key lessons identified were:
The programme’s response to COVID-19 and COP26
Data management and information planning
Flexibility of research
Overall, the programme management team and the co-Champions were pleased with how the programme has progressed over the last year.
Particularly good progress was reported in building the climate resilience community through virtual communications, such as the webinar series and virtual fora. As well as the Champions activities and project exposure at the COP26 conference in Glasgow in November 2021.
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