CDKN presents a webinar on the effect of extreme heat on public health, examining the implementation of Ahmedabad's Heat Action Plan. The webinar will take place on 3 February. [more...]
Quito faces great challenges in adapting to climate change. How is the highest capital city in the world faring? After about five years of implementation, the Quito Strategy for Climate Change is starting to pay some dividends, reports Miren Gutierrez of CDKN. [more...]
POLICY BRIEF: Using climate information to achieve long-term development objectives in coastal Ghana and Mozambique
Accra, Ghana and Maputo, Mozambique face many development challenges, such as poor transport and drainage infrastructure, as a result of inadequate regulation and law enforcement. Climate change could lead to flooding and coastal erosion and will compound these challenges. Could better use of climate information in planning hold the answer? A new policy brief from the Future Climate for Africa (FCFA) programme and CDKN lays out some options. [more...]
Project Reference: RSGL-0039
This CDKN project aims to demonstrate the advantages of pursuing climate compatible development (CCD) from a gender-sensitive perspective. It addresses major knowledge gaps on the gender dimension of climate change mitigation, adaptation, and development, and aims to strengthen the evidence base in favour of gender-sensitive approaches. Research will demonstrate to what extent gender sensitivity will increase gender equality, paving the way for more effective climate compatible development and to help people to empower themselves. [more...]
This report, What’s in it for Latin America? presents key recommendations from the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report, extracting Latin America-specific data, trends and analysis directly from report, summarising it in a short volume to make it accessible to all audiences. [more...]
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