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The ARA welcomes interest from the media in covering adaptation to climate change and the Adaptation Research for Impact approach.Our membership includes leading experts from Global South who can bring a new perspective on important global issues of climate and research that are underrepresented or under-reported.

  • Gender gaps in climate research
  • Local & indigenous knowledge in climate change research
  • Urban resilience to climate impacts
  • Sustainable development and adapting to climate change
  • Financing strategies for adaptation
  • Measuring adaptation to climate change

For general inquiries or to sign up for new alerts from the ARA, please contact the ARA’s communications team at the details below.

Laura Rawden

ARA Advocacy & communications lead

Diana Sousa

ARA Communications officer

Press releases

Categories: Programme development, Collaboration, News, Press release, Capacity building, Climate action, Climate finance

ARA launches co-creation activities for adaptation programme development

The announcement demonstrates how the ARA is delivering on promises made to catalyse investment and opportunities for adaptation action research during its launch at COP26 in Glasgow.

Categories: Funding for adaptation, Press release, Climate finance

ARA launches innovative approach to funding adaptation

The Adaptation Research Alliance (ARA) has launched Grassroots Action Research Micro-grants, a

series of grants each totalling GBP 15,000 that support locally led adaptation initiatives.

Category: Press release

Adaptation Research Alliance statement on tragic loss of Ndoni Mcunu

On behalf of the Adaptation Research Alliance, the ARA Secretariat and Co-chairs would like to share how deeply saddened we are by the tragic loss of Ndoni Mcunu on Saturday, 16 April 2022.

Categories: Bridging research & action, Collaboration, Press release, Climate action, Co-production, Locally led adaptation

Adaptation Research Alliance: A new global coalition for adaptation action

A new global coalition working to catalyse investment and capacity for action-oriented research in adaptation to climate change has launched today at the COP26 summit.

Category: Press release

Over 30 organisations from around the world have come together to co-develop a bold new global partnership

Press Release: Over 30 organisations from around the world have come together to co-develop a bold new global partnership that will catalyse and scale investment in action-oriented research for climate adaptation and resilience.

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