This Resource Guide was developed for the Climate Leadership Academy on Urban Climate Adaptation held August 13-15,2013, Jakarta, Indonesia. The Guide was made possible with generous funding from the ICMA CityLinks
Climate Leadership Academy is presented as part of the CityLinks Pilot Partnership between US and ASEAN Member StatesIn researching and producing the Resource Guide, ISC consulted with the eight participating city teams, as well as Resource
Team members, and a wide range of leading experts and practitioners. CityLinks wishes to thank the many individualsand organizations that contributed their knowledge and expertise, including IGES, The Institute for Global Environmental
Strategies; ASEC – The ASEAN Secretariat; and the AWGESC: ASEAN Working Group on Environmentally Sustainable Cities.
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