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twelve months ago we were frantically getting the first set of DFID Bloggers up to speed on using WordPress and the difference between blogging and drafting briefing documents. We were working hard to make sure they had posts up in time for Blog Action Day.
Last year it was on poverty and therefore very relevant to DFID's agenda. This year – today – the issue is Climate Change. Again DFID has Climate Change very high on it's list of priorities. They are working to help advise
the developing world on how to reduce their carbon footprint and supporting it in dealing with the effects of climate change.
So we've been working with a group of DFID staff working on Climate Change to get them started this week and to keep them going in the run up to Copenhagen in December and hopefully beyond.
But it isn't just the Climate Change group that are contributing to Blog Action Day. Already Sarah Sanyahumbi has posted about late monsoons in Nepal and Neil Squires reflects on how the floods in 2000 that left much of Mozambique underwater make the country understand the need to be prepared better than most.