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NEWS: Survey reveals the views of ordinary Kenyans on climate change

The majority of Kenyans are already experiencing the catastrophic effects of climate change. A study conducted by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) at the University of Nairobi and the Green [more]…

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NEWS: Climate Finance is flowing, but it isn’t enough - Figueres.

Wambi Michael, member of the PAMACC Team reflects on financial discussions underway at COP 20 in Lima, Peru and what it means for Africa. Climate financing across the globe has hit [more]…

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NEWS: Africa expresses concerns over $100 billion climate fund

Arison Tamfu, member of the Pan-African Media Alliance for Climate Change (PAMACC) team in Lima reports on Africa's stance around the climate fund. Developed countries have committed to mobilising $100 billion in [more]…

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OPINION: Why train journalists on climate change?

CDKN Africa’s Claire Mathieson argues that the media has an ethical obligation to report on climate change wherever possible – even in ‘unrelated’ stories.  Climate scientists speak science – a jargon-filled, [more]…

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OPINION: How Asia and Africa benefit from climate knowledge sharing

Saleemul Huq is Director of the International Centre for Climate Change and Development at the Independent University, Bangladesh. He is a Senior Fellow at the International Institute for Environment and Development. After [more]…

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EVENT: South Africa outreach event for the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report

CDKN collaborated with the Department of Environmental Affairs of South Africa and the IPCC to bring the key messages of the Fifth Assessment Report to audiences in Africa at this event in [more]…

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NEWS: IPCC authors and government give young scientists direction in Kampala

Ritah Namisango of Makarere University reflects on the engagement between IPCC AR5 Authors and the university's young scientists during a special event at the Kampala-based university.  “Given the interdependence between countries [more]…

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NEWS: Ethiopia engages with the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report

CDKN Africa's Claire Mathieson reports from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report Outreach Event which saw IPCC Authors, the Government of Ethiopia and NGOs discuss "What's in it [more]…

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EVENT: Outreach on the IPCC's Fifth Assessment Report in Ethiopia and Uganda

CDKN collaborated with the Governments of Ethiopia and Uganda to bring the key messages of the Fifth Assessment Report to audiences at two events in August. The events, held in Kampala and Addis [more]…

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FEATURE: Are fossil fuels really a solution to energy poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa?

Gracia Munganga, MAPS Africa Programme Manager at the Energy Research Centre (University of Cape Town), looks at the impact fossil fuels have on energy poverty alleviation in sub-Saharan Africa and how low-emission development pathways [more]…

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