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FEATURE: Tailoring a Mitigation Action Plans and Scenarios (MAPS) programme for the African continent
Gracia Munganga looks at energy policy and emissions pathways in Ghana, Mozambique, Rwanda and Zambia, and the potential for a ‘MAPS approach’ to development and mitigation on the African continent in the light of recent research. [more...]
A new study by the Universidad del Norte, Colombia, details how agencies can provide effective social and psychological support to individuals who are displaced by extreme weather events. [more...]
Saleemul Huq argues that Bangladesh should no longer be seen as a victim of climate change, but a global leader in tackling its adverse impacts. [more...]
Kevin Urama, Executive Director of the African Technology Policy Studies Network reviewed the achievements of three CDKN supported clean energy projects and what still needs to be done. [more...]
Jane Ebinger of the World Bank introduces a new report, “Adding up the Benefits,” which shows how development projects that improve communities, save lives, and increase GDP can also fight climate change. [more...]