The CDKN and ICCCAD team has woven together the ‘Voices from the Frontline’ stories into a colourful synthesis publication: Voices from the Frontline of Covid-19: What can we learn about achieving the SDGs at community level? [more...]
GUIDE: Advancing gender equality and climate action: A practical guide to setting targets and monitoring progress
CDKN, ODI, SNV, CARE and Mercy Corps have launched a new guide, entitled Advancing gender equality and climate action: A practical guide to setting targets and monitoring progress. [more...]
CDKN and WEDO's new guide presents a framework of recommendations for strengthening gender integration in climate finance projects, with concrete examples and resources to show how it can be done. [more...]
Specialist climate finance is becoming increasingly important in the Caribbean. The water sector is in a prime position to benefit from a number of global climate funds available to support countries in their efforts to increase climate resilience. [more]…
REPORT: Achieving development resilient to climate change – A sourcebook for the Caribbean water sector
The Caribbean is exposed to both current climate variability as well as future climate changes. The economic, social and environmental impacts experienced during recent climate hazards such as hurricanes, floods and droughts highlight the need for action to reduce risks to acceptable levels. [more]…
This policy brief explored the challenges facing Indonesia’s national and provincial governments in achieving both development and environmental goals. [more]…
Climate resilient development: experience from an African capacity development programme [more]…
This policy brief looks at new methods of decoupling the agricultural commodity supply chains from deforestation in Amazonia. [more]…
CDKN Partner Resources
Two research projects working in Bangladesh around issues of water – at different scales and in different contexts – called for improved conflict-sensitiveness of natural resource policies in the country. These included a call for regulation of land use change and wide-ranging participation.
This report draws on key informant interviews conducted with humanitarian and development actors, donors and forecasters to present lessons on using forecasts to trigger early action for humanitarian and development practitioners.
Understanding vulnerability to climate change from a gendered perpective requires moving beyond numbers of men and women to unpacking relations of power, and inclusion and exclusion in decision-making.
This report highlights lessons from the 2015–16 drought in Ethiopia, including how and why different communities were impacted, effective approaches to resilience building and challenges faced.