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This Inception Report complements SCALA Senegal’s project documentation with the outcomes of the inception activities. The report is available in French and also has an Executive Summary available in English. It specifies the SCALA inception activities undertaken by UNDP and FAO, in close collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Equipment in Senegal.
How Adaptation Can Make Africa Safer, Greener and More Prosperous in a Warming World
For the past 10 years, local communities and societies have been investing in resilience-building with support from the Small Grants Programme (SGP), which is supported by the Global Environment Facility and implemented by the United Nations Development Programme, with partnership and funding from the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).
CLIMATE SECURITY IN THE HORN OF AFRICA - Perspectives on Addressing Climate-Related Security Risks from the Horn of Africa
There is an increasing consensus that the human security risks of today will be the hard security risks of tomorrow.
Climate change is a defining threat to peace and security in the 21st century – its impacts are felt by everyone, but not equally. Gender norms and power dynamics shape how women and men of different backgrounds experience or contribute to insecurity in a changing climate. Grounded in a series of case studies from research and programming experience, this report offers a comprehensive framework for understanding how gender, climate and security are inextricably linked.
An ambitious plan to ensure stimulus spending in Africa is used to ‘build back better’ after Covid-19 has been unveiled. Backed by 54 African leaders and championed by President Ali Bongo Ondimba of Gabon, the recommendations were issued by the Global Center on Adaptation and African Adaptation initiative.
Evaluación económica inicial de los efectos de COVID-19 y alcance de las opciones de política en Costa Rica
Con el fin de generar evidencia que permita la toma de decisiones sobre los desafíos que supone la pandemia, el Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD) en Costa Rica, presentó este martes el más reciente análisis “Evaluación económica inicial de los efectos de COVID-19 y alcance de las opciones de política en Costa Rica”, estudio que registra la identificación de los canales de transmisión, los impactos económicos que se vislumbran y opciones de política pública para la atención de la emergencia.
The publication includes contributions from Patricia Espinosa, Executive Secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), as well as the foreword by CTCN Director Dr. Rose Mwebaza on how CTCN connects countries with the know-how, technology and finance to achieve their climate goals, and the contribution by Orly Jacob, CTCN Advisory Board Chair on the power of networks.
Climate change is here. It’s causing heatwaves, floods, wildfires and droughts, and contributing to the extinction of animals and plants. It’s melting glaciers and raising sea levels. Costs from extreme weather are surging—the global reinsurer Munich Re says 2017 was the most expensive ever; hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria helped push losses to a staggering US$330 billion. The cascading effects of climate change are disrupting national economies and affecting lives of millions of people.