In 2014-15, CDKN created a communications toolkit to help people share the findings of the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report widely in developing countries. Here, Anna Hickman reviews how communicators and educators used the toolkit in the past year. [more...]
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CDKN presents new resources as part of its ‘media toolkit’ to encourage discussion of the IPCC's Fifth Assessment Report and What's in it for Africa, South Asia, Latin America and Small Island Developing States. [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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Mairi Dupar of CDKN reports from the Chatham House Climate Change Conference where there was a buoyant mood about the speed of some low-carbon developments, and a gritty sense of realism about the power politics involved in moving to a low-carbon economy. [more...]
Climate change is just one junction in a complicated web of interwoven issues related to development, green growth, sustainability, equity and justice, trade, institutional structures, technology, investments and finance [more...]