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FEATURE: Why reflect? Because it opens the door to rich learning on climate action

Lucia Scodanibbio describes CDKN’s recent efforts to learn with its partners in Namibia about effective ‘climate knowledge brokering’, a concept explained further in this blog. With contributions from Margaret Angula, Amanda April, Emma Baker, Ester Nangolo, Bernadette Shalumbu and Cecil Togarepi.
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OPINION: Imagining a different, better future

Covid-19 is changing societies’ behaviour. Which aspects of this behaviour change could alter the way we live and work for the better? – asks Navroz K. Dubash of the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, India.
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OPINION: Latin America lacks climate ambition – Experts urge a way forward

Fabiola Ortiz, of LatinClima, considers: Is it possible to decarbonise Latin America? What challenges will the region face under a 2ºC increase in temperature? She interviewed José Luis Samaniego of ECLAC and others, for their expert views.
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FEATURE: Gender strategies for climate events – Supporting everyone to be safe and productive

In organising the Global NDC Conference 2019, CDKN, IKI and partners pioneered gender-sensitive and socially-inclusive approaches. Here, we share the principles and strategies.
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FEATURE: Nepali town embraces diverse water supply strategies to spread risk, buffer shocks

The town of Bidur, Nepal demonstrates how small- and large-scale water schemes can complement each other and spread the risks of disruption to water supply. A diversified approach creates resilience to external shocks, whether it’s earthquake or climate change.
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