This new CDKN film follows Indian women in their daily fight against climate change impacts. It shows how resourceful these women are in a context of high constraints and poverty, and how supporting their local initiatives with adequate policies and laws could be a significant game changer in the way India manages to tackle climate change.
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An event organised by CDKN and Independent Diplomat in the run-up to the United Nations' Secretary General's Climate Summit in September will showcase examples of Small Island Developing States (SIDS)’ climate leadership in deploying renewable energy, reducing emissions, and enhancing energy security. We aim to demonstrate the significant economic opportunities and other co-benefits of making the transition from fossil fuels to clean, green energy. [more...]
A new Inside Story on Climate Compatible Development, 'Building coastal resilience through an integrated approach: Lessons from Ghana' by Dr Delali Dovie and collaborators at the University of Ghana, describes lessons learned from a CDKN innovation project that aimed to build resilience among Ghana’s coastal communities. [more...]
Sam Bickersteth, Chief Executive, and Caroline Spencer, Partnerships and Learning Coordinator, report from the LEDS Global Partnership gathering in Addis Ababa. [more...]
WORKING PAPER: The Sustainable Development Goals – Will they deliver climate compatible development for vulnerable countries?
This CDKN Working Paper explores the unprecedented opportunity to integrate policy and action on climate change and development through global sustainable development and climate agreements, due to be agreed in 2015. [more...]
CDKN is looking for a supplier/consortium of suppliers to provide technical assistance to the Government of Pakistan towards developing a Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) proposal on identifying and implementing renewable energy strategies for the industrial sector of Sialkot city of the Punjab province. [more...]