Loss & Damage – Early Lessons from the Process to Enhance Understanding of Loss and Damage in Bangladesh

This document is the result of an almost two-year engagement with the issue of loss and damage in Bangladesh. It provides an assessment of the first comprehensive process to better understand loss and damage at the national-level and presents key research findings.

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