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In the case of Germany, there are more than one adaptation platform on the national level. There is the platform of the Federal Environment Agency, which is supporting the Federal Ministry on the Environment leading the adaptation policy process in Germany. Furthermore, there is the Klimanavigtor[11] that is funded by the Federal Ministry on Research and Development. Klimanavigtor serves as a directory to the climate change and adaptation related research institutions and provides comprehensive dossiers on adaptation related research results in a user-friendly language.

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  • mahrepet (Petra Mahrenholz) 25 Mar 2015 14:55:46

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    In the case of Germany, there are more than one adaptation platform on the national level. There is the platform of the Federal Environment Agency (www.anpassung.net), which is supporting the Federal Ministry on the Environment leading the adaptation policy process in Germany. Furthermore there is the Klimanavigator (www.klimanavigator.de). The Climate Service Center 2.0 has launched the ‘Klimanavigator’ (Climate Navigator) in 2011, a national Web portal that guides users to climate research institutions and climate change information in a user-friendly language. This portal bundles and provides pathways to knowledge about climate and options for adaptation available mainly from academic sources. There ist also the German Climate Portal (www.deutschesklimaportal.de). It is hosted by the Deutscher Wetterdienst in close cooperation with its partners and is a key element in the national implementation of the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS) in Germany. The German Climate Portal is a service and tool to facilitate access to shared and pooled climate expertise in Germany. It is tailored specifically to German structures and provides customised services to Germany's federal states (Länder) and the sectors identified in the German adaptation strategy.

    • downicla (Clare Downing) 26 Mar 2015 13:09:52

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      In the case of Germany, there is more than one adaptation platform at the national level. There is the platform of the Federal Environment Agency (www.anpassung.net), which supports the Federal Ministry on the Environment the department that leads the adaptation policy process in Germany. Furthermore there is the Klimanavigator (www.klimanavigator.de). The Climate Service Center 2.0 launched the ‘Klimanavigator’ (Climate Navigator) in 2011, a national Web portal that guides users to climate research institutions and climate change information in a user-friendly language. This portal bundles information and provides pathways to knowledge about climate and options for adaptation available mainly from academic sources. There is also the German Climate Portal (www.deutschesklimaportal.de). It is hosted by the Deutscher Wetterdienst in close cooperation with its partners and is a key element in the national implementation of the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS) in Germany. The German Climate Portal is a service and tool to facilitate access to shared and pooled climate expertise in Germany. It is tailored specifically to German structures and provides customised services to Germany's federal states (Länder) and the sectors identified in the German adaptation strategy.

      A new text for the section - please replace:

      In the case of Germany, there are more than one adaptation platform on the national level. There is the platform of the Federal Environment Agency (www.anpassung.net), which is supporting the Federal Ministry on the Environment leading the adaptation policy process in Germany. Furthermore there is the Klimanavigator (www.klimanavigator.de). The Climate Service Center 2.0 has launched the ‘Klimanavigator’ (Climate Navigator) in 2011, a national Web portal that guides users to climate research institutions and climate change information in a user-friendly language. This portal bundles and provides pathways to knowledge about climate and options for adaptation available mainly from academic sources. There ist also the German Climate Portal (www.deutschesklimaportal.de). It is hosted by the Deutscher Wetterdienst in close cooperation with its partners and is a key element in the national implementation of the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS) in Germany. The German Climate Portal is a service and tool to facilitate access to shared and pooled climate expertise in Germany. It is tailored specifically to German structures and provides customised services to Germany's federal states (Länder) and the sectors identified in the German adaptation strategy.

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