VIDEO: Saleemul Huq on new research into how communities adapt to climate change

News, 27 May 2011

In this short video Dr Saleemul Huq — senior fellow in IIED's Climate Change Group — talks about an international research project that is looking at how communities can adapt to the impacts of climate change.

The project will work in 18 communities — mostly rural but also urban — in Bangladesh, and it will involve many local, national and international partners.

The research findings will be shared in peer-reviewed academic journals and at the annual conferences on community-based adapation to climate change, which take place in Bangladesh every second year. (see more videos by Saleemul Huq).




To learn more about this project, contact

Notes to editors

The International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) is an independent, non-profit research institute. Set up in 1971 and based in London, IIED provides expertise and leadership in researching and achieving sustainable development (see:

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