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Learning for nature

Learning for Nature is a premier e-learning programme brought to you by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). This programme connects biodiversity policymakers, change-makers, and on-the-ground subject matter experts to facilitate: 1) the delivery of the Convention on Biological Diversity’s Aichi Biodiversity Targets, and 2) the achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

Climate Technology Centre and Network

The CTCN is the operational arm of the UNFCCC Technology Mechanism, hosted by the UN Environment Programme and the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). The Centre promotes the accelerated transfer of environmentally sound technologies for low carbon and climate resilient development at the request of developing countries. We provide technology solutions, capacity building and advice on policy, legal and regulatory frameworks tailored to the needs of individual countries by harnessing the expertise of a global network of technology companies and institutions.

UN Alliance for Sustainable Fashion

The United Nations Alliance for Sustainable Fashion is an initiative of United Nations agencies and allied organizations designed to contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals through coordinated action in the fashion sector. Specifically, the Alliance works to support coordination between UN bodies working in fashion and promoting projects and policies that ensure that the fashion value chain contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals’ targets.

Alliance for Hydromet Development

The Alliance for Hydromet Development brings together major international development, humanitarian and climate finance institutions, collectively committed to scale up and unite efforts to  close the hydromet capacity gap by 2030. It aims to increase the effectiveness and sustainability of hydromet investments by forging a collaborative partnership which recognizes and leverages the respective competencies and expertise of its members.

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Early Warning Systems Toolkit

The new and improved Toolkit presents a compilation of guidance and operational documents in an online platform, which can act as an information resource for sector practitioners, policy and decision-makers’ access to information for developing and/or strengthening early warning systems (hydro-meteorological and coastal hazards) within the Caribbean context. 

LDC Climate Change

The Least Developed Countries are 47 nations that are especially vulnerable to climate change but have done the least to cause the problem.

Through the coordination of the LDC Group on Climate Change, they work together at the intergovernmental negotiations under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change with two aims:

LDC Climate Change

The Least Developed Countries are 47 nations that are especially vulnerable to climate change but have done the least to cause the problem.

Through the coordination of the LDC Group on Climate Change, they work together at the intergovernmental negotiations under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change with two aims:

Climate Finance Options

The Climate Finance Options website provides comprehensive guidance on the numerous funding sources and financial tools for climate action in developing countries. Information is available on the wide range of funds from multilateral and bilateral institutions, as well as public and private sources, for climate change mitigation and adaptation projects. Project case studies illustrate the innovative and effective use of these funds on the ground in developing countries. A knowledge center contains a multitude of relevant financial tools, documents, and links.

Voluntary REDD+ Database

The Voluntary REDD+ Database provides information on REDD+ financing, actions and results that has been reported to the REDD+ Partnership. It aims to improve effectiveness, efficiency, transparency and coordination of REDD+ initiatives; and to support efforts to identify and analyze gaps and overlaps in REDD+ financing. The Database relies solely on data voluntarily submitted by countries and institutions. The core data concerns “arrangements”: agreements to undertake REDD+ related actions, involving funders and recipients.

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