Climate Risk Management at USAID

Starting October 2015, USAID began systematically assessing and addressing climate risks in new strategies. As of October 2016, new USAID projects and activities in all sectors are being managed for climate risks. Learn more about climate risk management at USAID by watching this three-minute video.

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