Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN)
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Established as a result of the 1990 White House Conference on Science and Economics Research Related to Global Change, at which the then US President George H W Bush invited all countries to join the US in creating 3 regional networks to cooperate in global change research.
Enable investigations of changes in the Earth’s life support systems and their implications for sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region through support for research and science-based response strategies and measures, effective linkages between science and policy, and scientific capacity development.
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Intergovernmental Meeting; Steering Committee; Scientific Planning Group; Capacity Development Committee; Subregional Committees (South Asia, Southeast Asia, Temperate East Asia, the Pacific); Secretariat.
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