Climate Change Knowledge Network

THE CLIMATE CHANGE Knowledge Network (CCKN) was established in 1998, to enhance cooperation between developed and developing countries on research related to climate change. The network aims to make knowledge about climate change available to all countries of the world. The collaborative efforts encouraged by the network strive to disseminate knowledge on climate change and to make such knowledge relevant for the international policy process. The network includes 12 core member institutions in Senegal, Zimbabwe, the United States, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, China, India, Norway, the Netherlands, and Sweden. The governments of Canada, the United States, and Norway support its activities.

The aims of the network are to promote more sustainable and equitable climate change management through research and communication on issues such as the Kyoto Protocol, ...

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