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FEATURE: How climate researchers and businesses began speaking the same language - A case from Senegal

Researchers from the action-research project, PRISE, describe how new knowledge partnerships are making development more environmentally and economically sustainable in Senegal. [more]…

FEATURE: Hike in record-dry months for Africa's Sahel worries scientists

A recent study reveals alarming trends in the lack of rainfall in Africa's Sahel region - reports Laurie Goering of ThomsonReuters. [more]…

FEATURE: Climate action in Chile - Towards multi-level governance

With ecosystems that range from the world’s driest desert to the ice fields of Patagonia, Chile is truly a climate laboratory: one that faces a multitude of threats across its 16 diverse regions. The country has high ambitions for climate action - multi-level governance systems will help Chile achieve its goals. [more]…

FEATURE: The SCAN-tool - A new way to explore links between climate action and SDGs

Pauline Probst of the Support Project of the Implementation of the Paris Agreement (SPA) introduces the SDG Climate Action Nexus tool (SCAN Tool), which helps users to link climate action with other Sustainable Development Goals. [more]…

FILM: Clean, reliable power for Africa: The potential for mini-grids

This short film highlights the potential of mini-grids to address the energy challenges in rural Africa, while tackling the global challenge of climate change. [more]…

FEATURE: Sri Lanka’s progress towards multi-level climate governance

Ranga Pallawala, Scott A. Muller and Tim Woods report on a project that is strengthening multi-level governance approaches for low-emissions development in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka’s vulnerability to climate change As an [more]…

OPINION: Countries must follow technical achievement of COP24 by stepping up ambition

Delegates to COP24 in Katowice, Poland closed the conference on Saturday with a considerable achievement: they signed off an almost-complete ‘rulebook’ – or set of guidelines – for implementing the Paris Agreement. [more]…

NEWS: Game-changing report finds that climate action will avert millions of air pollution deaths

The COP Special Report on Health and Climate Change has turned the economics of climate change on its head and exposed an environmental outrage on a planetary scale. Mairi Dupar reports from Katowice, Poland. [more]…

FEATURE: East African climate services connect with local communities

Met departments and others are strengthening climate services in East Africa and it is having a positive impact on development, reports Bill Leathes of the Met Office, the UK’s national meteorological service. [more]…

FEATURE: Modelling Mozambique's low-emissions future

Almeida Sitoe, Sadie Cox and Tim Woods report on a major low-emissions project that is modelling future development pathways for Mozambique and providing scenarios for the next version of its NDC. [more]…

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