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Helene Pans posted Information 7 December 2018

The planet is warming, we are seeing its effect in temperature rise and extreme weather patterns. Since 2007 the Global Climate Change Alliance works to address those issues.

Helene Pans posted Information 10 January 2019

John Kang'weji from Mwakipoleja hamlet in Mbutu village, Igunga District, in Tanzania is among 50 farmers who were trained on bio-fertility technology, which is helping to lessen the negative impact of chemical fertilizers in farming.

Helene Pans posted Information 2 October 2018

Timor LesteIn Timor-Leste, a GCCA+ team have created a new forest in an area dominated by serious retention problems which also impact dire

Julia Walschebauer uploaded a new Document 14 June 2018

Power point presentation by Paynesville City Corporation on Solid Waste Management presented during the InfoPoint session on the 8th of June 2018 in Brussels.

Helene Pans posted Information 19 June 2019

The outcomes statement of the Pacific Resilience Meeting: from the critical role of youth to nature-based solutions

Helene Pans posted Information 26 February 2019

Labutta, in the heart of the Irrawaddy delta, is one of the villages were residents were battered by Cyclone Nargis ten years ago.

Christophe Legrand posted Information 7 September 2017

Dear all,

Nice story from the GCCA Tanzania project on adapting crops to changing weather patterns.

Fannie Delavelle posted Information 2 December 2014

Read our interview with George Wamukoya - Climate Change Advisor for the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) Secretariat

Helene Pans posted Information 7 December 2018

The EU funded flagship initiative GCCA+ is organising a side event on the margins of the twenty-fourth session of the Conference of Parties (COP24) showcasing GCCA+ experience over the last decade and key lessons learnt.

PAPA OUMAR DIEYE posted Information 15 November 2014

11 pays CILSS/CEDEAO (Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Guinée Bissau, Mali, Mauritanie, Niger, Nigeria, Ghana, Togo et le Sénégal) ont participé du 8 au 10 octobre 2013 à Bamako à un atelier de préparation des négociateurs ouest africains du climat pour la COP 20.