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Christophe Legrand posted Information 24 February 2016

this brief paper from BRACED and ACCLIMATISE on the importance of financial services for climate resilience, is just food for thought for our colleagues from Ethiopia, Mali and Myanmar on which the paper is based, but also for other beneficiary countries.

Guido Corno posted Information 14 February 2016

The Global Climate Change Alliance + (GCCA+) intends to launch, over the next year, a series of discussion topics regarding climate change adaptation. These topics will range from strategic, applied and financing adaptation issues; a new topic will be introduced every 6-8 weeks.

Guido Corno uploaded a new Document 14 February 2016
Christophe Legrand posted Information 15 December 2015

The Paris agreement, diplomacy, and the #commongood by @JeffDSachs.  Or thechallenges ahead of the implementation of the Paris agreement

L'accord de Paris et le #biencommun. Par @JeffDSachs . Ou: Les défis de la mise en oeuvre de l' accord de Paris

Zhiyad Khan posted Information 7 December 2015

In a new approach to contribute to the growing body of knowledge on climate change adaptation in the Pacific, the Global Climate Change Alliance: Pacific Small Island States project ran a series of eight roadshows in November 2015, involving different partners and  more than 200 development profe

Capacity4dev Team posted Information 2 December 2015

Uganda’s rural communities working to tackle climate change often struggle to access finance. Around 80% of the population work in agriculture, and can lack the necessary collateral and paperwork for conventional bank loans, or the technology to embrace mobile banking and microfinance.

Zhiyad Khan posted Information 2 December 2015

Coastal protection projects in Tonga and the Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI), aimed to address the progressive effects o

Femi Oye posted Information 27 August 2015

In Nigeria, more than 85,000 deaths Occur annually, largely women and children are affected. 

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