Dr Katharine Vincent and Ms Tracy Cull are working with the Climate Systems Analysis Group at the University of Cape Town to investigate science-policy communication pathways as part of the project "Integrated Climate Change Modelling and Policy Linkages for Adaptive Planning". The aim of this project is to bridge the knowledge gap between scientists who predict climate and hydrological futures, and policy-makers and planners who need to use this information. The second phase of the project is investigating experiences in Latin and Central America and Asia by interviewing the teams that undertook projects through the IDRC-funded Climate Change and Water programme. The interviews build on a workshop held in Panama City in October 2015 with the theme "Advancing the application of climate and hydrological information and its translation into policy".
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