By Joyce-Lynn Njinga

Climatelinks is focusing on climate risk management this month. Explore the following resources and blogs covering this topic, shared with us by Climatelinks community members.

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Strategic Objective
Adaptation, Integration, Mitigation
Adaptation, Climate Risk Management, Disaster Risk Management, Mitigation, Vulnerability Assessment, Resilience, Sustainable Landscapes, Weather

Joyce-Lynn Njinga

Lyly is the Site and Community Manager for Climatelinks. She has a background in and passion for addressing challenges at the nexus of climate change and international development. Lyly contributes her capacity building, technical content development, and community engagement experience to Climatelinks. She supports and grows the communities encompassed in Climatelinks, connects practitioners with valuable experiences to share, identifies themes for focused engagement and knowledge-sharing activities, and connects practitioners to germane resources. Lyly has an MSc in Environment and Sustainable Development from the University College London and a B.A. in International Studies from American University.

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