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About the CLIMATE-L Mailing List
- What is CLIMATE-L?
- What is posted on CLIMATE-L?
- How do I subscribe to CLIMATE-L?
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- How do I unsubscribe from CLIMATE-L?
- Who should I contact if I require Technical Support?
CLIMATE-L is a community announcement list for policy makers and practitioners involved in climate change policy. This free knowledge-sharing tool is managed and moderated by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) Reporting Services. CLIMATE-L is a peer-to-peer service meant to advance understanding of issues related to climate change by allowing subscribers to post announcements related to activities with a strong focus on climate change policy. CLIMATE-L offers users a tool to better publicize and coordinate their efforts through virtual knowledge exchange.
Postings include climate change policy news, announcements of workshops/conferences, job listings and information on new publications and online resources. Postings also include the Climate Change Daily Feed, a compilation of items recently posted to the Climate Change Policy & Practice knowledgebase, which was also developed by IISD.
The listserve is moderated by IISD, and only announcements that satisfy the following guidelines will be distributed to subscribers:
- All postings should be announcements appropriate for an international audience that have a connection to climate change policy and/or practice: i.e. best practices or research results in mitigation or adaptation activities and related technologies, announcements or outcomes of climate-related meetings or sessions/side events at climate meetings, publications and online resources;
- No press releases or postings that are commercial in nature, personal statements, news stories, polemic statements or postings intended to create discussion will be cleared for distribution to the list;
- Postings should include the internet address for large documents (URLs) rather than including attached files. If possible, do not send file attachments. If you must attach a file, small PDF files under 200 kb are always recommended. Any message larger than 500kb is rejected by our software.
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It is recommended that you set a password when subscribing, to protect your settings and prevent others from posting on your behalf.
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- Go to your Membership Options at https://lists.iisd.ca/read/all_forums/
- In the upper right corner of the page click on ‘not logged in’
- Enter the e-mail address you have subscribed with in our lists
- Click on CLIMATE-L
- Click on ‘my account’ in the left hand menu
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Any CLIMATE-L subscriber can post to the list. Just send the message to CLIMATE-L@lists.iisd.ca (in exactly the format that you would like it to be distributed to the list). If your message fits within the guidelines, the moderator will approve it for distribution to all the members of the list.
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Log in with the e-mail address you have used to subscribe to CLIMATE-L. Then:
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