Robi Redda of CDKN describes how Ethiopian government ministries are aiming for two cross cutting development issues: climate change and gender, to be well integrated across the country's policies and programmes. [more...]
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The UNFCCC Standing Committee on Finance has put out a call for evidence on the needs of developing country Parties to support the preparation of a key technical report that will feed into deliberations at COP26 in November. Closing date for submissions is 28 February 2020. [more...]
The UNFCCC is now taking applications for its Momentum for Change Awards, 2020. Submit your entry under one of the categories: Women for Results, for Climate Friendly Investment or Climate Neutral Now - before the 30 April deadline. [more...]
Are you attending Adaptation Futures 2020? Do you want to learn how to edit Wikipedia and contribute climate research and information to the world’s largest online encyclopaedia? Apply to be part of a 1-day edit-a-thon in New Delhi on 1 May 2020. [more...]
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CDKN has launched a new guide which unpacks the Special Report for decision-makers in Africa: 'The IPCC's Special Report on Climate Change and Land: What's in it for Africa?' [more]…
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The IPCC's Special Report on Climate Change and Land for decision-makers in South Asia - with all the headline findings they need to know about the interaction of climate change and land and the impact on societies and ecosystems. [more]…
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Drawing on data from 25 qualitative case studies across three hotspots in Africa and Asia, this paper shows how and in what ways women’s agency, or the ability to make meaningful choices and strategic decisions, contributes to adaptation responses.
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This review, combining evidence-based learning from 15 projects across 13 countries, explores how climate resilience programmes and projects can be designed, established and managed to be resilient themselves in fragile and conflict-affected contexts.