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REPORT: Online engagement in the global South - Perspectives, challenges and options

This working paper shares the experiences and challenges climate practitioners in the global South have faced in transitioning to working online because of the Covid-19 pandemic. It highlights some lessons learned for organising inclusive and effective engagements - at the international, national and sub-national levels. [more]…

INSIDE STORY: Integrating gender in Peru’s Nationally Determined Contribution

This inside story describes how Peru incorporated a cross-cutting gender perspective into the development of its Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC). It highlights key steps in the process and lessons learned. [more]…

POLICY BRIEF: Urban resilience in Bangladesh - Integrating local and national planning processes

This policy brief outlines why supporting local climate action in Bangladesh is critical to achieve national and international climate change and development commitments. It discusses existing national policies and tools that support local resilience, and recommends how national government can accelerate local climate action. [more]…

POLICY BRIEF: Supporting climate action through gender-responsive budgeting in Nepal

This policy brief discusses the major knowledge gaps in gender-responsive budgeting, and gives recommendations for strengthening the implementation of gender-responsive strategies to build a sustainable, climate-resilient society. [more]…

RESOURCE: Training game on 'Climate and Society' explores gender and social inclusion

How would you feel if you faced climate hazards - in someone else’s shoes? How would your gender, age, your physical and mental abilities, your health, affect how you could respond? This training game helps participants explore the issues. [more]…

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Mangrove conservation is protecting livelihoods and carbon

https://www.espa.ac.uk/publications/mangrove-conservation-protecting-both-livelihoods-and-carbon-stores

In Kenya, local people are conserving their mangroves in exchange for community development projects, in a scheme that is impacting both Kenyan and international policy. Mangroves are highly efficient at capturing carbon, much of which ends up buried below ground and is stored away from the atmosphere.

Hydropower and conflicts

https://www.nwo.nl/en/documents/wotro/ccmcc/ccmcc-thematic-brief-on-hydropower

Hydropower is often considered a clean and renewable option for developing countries looking for low-regret climate-smart investments. Yet negative socio-environmental repercussions of large hydropower dams are difficult to minimise and could result in creating or exacerbating conflicts. Two research consortia present findings related to policy, implantation and practices

Climate interventions in relation to conflict and cooperation

https://www.nwo.nl/en/documents/wotro/ccmcc/ccmcc-thematic-brief-on-conflict

Conflict and cooperation are complex concepts and are not two ends of a continuum; they are related and neither can be considered entirely “good” or “bad”. This brief considers the dynamics of conflict and makes recommendations for conflict-sensitive approaches in decision-making and for planning, implementing or developing research programmes.

Political economy of planned relocation: A model of action and inaction in government responses

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2018.03.008

This paper develops a conceptual model explaining of government action or inaction on planned relocation of vulnerable populations and reports on new data on perceptions of policy-makers and planners on decisions to invest in planned relocation in the Sundarbans of India.

Community-based adaptive learning in the management of Conflicts and Natural Resources

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMxe2a2VyOg

Dr Parvin Sultana (CCMCC project leader) and Paul Thompson discuss the approach taken with communities in Bangladesh and Nepal in finding pathways to cooperate over the management of natural resources.

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