The Atlas Partners
We believe that the complexity of adaptation requires a comprehensive, coordinated and collaborative approach and that no one organization or individual can tackle. At its core, the Global Adaptation Atlas spans the breadth of the science, policy and practice of adaptation. We have and continue to seek partners who are working in all aspects of the adaptation field — may they be researchers, policymakers, governments, donors and actors in development, conservation and adaptation. If you are interested in our initiative and would like to work with us — please refer to Support the Atlas.
We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the individuals and organizations that have been essential to the conceptual and technical development of the Atlas prototype. The organizations have been listed below. The list of individuals that the team would like to thank grows everyday — thus we would like to just say an enormous thank you en masse. We are eternally grateful for the time and effort that they have put in to making our effort a success.
Adaptation Learning Mechanism
Nairobi Work Programme, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
Project Level Aid Database (PLAID), Institute for the Theory and Practice of International Relations, College of William & Mary
Resources for the Future
The Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research (MISTRA)
United Nations Foundation
University of Linkoping
World Resources Institute