Care Climate Change

13th July 2017

Making SDG national reporting climate-smart and climate-ambitious

At this year’s UN High-Level Political Forum (HLPF), countries will present Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs) which outline their national approach and progress towards implementing the Sustainable Development Goals. This is […]

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By Alebachew Adem, Regional Advisor for Sustainable Agriculture & Climate Resilience, CARE USA on 28th June 2017

Climate Services and Participatory Scenario Planning (PSP) Knowledge Exchange, Kenya & Ethiopia

In countries like Ethiopia and Kenya, where most communities depend on just short and shifting bi-modal rainfall seasons each year to sustain their livelihoods, knowing when it is going to […]

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6th June 2017

Zero Poverty, Zero Emissions: EU must step up action for climate-just development

Brussels, 7 June 2017. With the opening of the European Development Days (EDD) in Brussels today, European development and environmental groups are urging the EU to take more ambitious actions […]

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1st June 2017

CARE Calls on Trump Administration to Stand by Climate Change Commitments, World’s Poorest

WASHINGTON (June 01, 2017) – CARE today is deeply alarmed that the Trump Administration has announced its intention to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change – placing an even greater burden on […]

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30th May 2017

CARE’s Approach to Resilience

Read CARE’s Top Learnings from Resilience The world is becoming a more turbulent place, with more extreme and unpredictable impacts of a changing climate, more frequent natural hazards both large […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 22nd May 2017

Bonn climate talks: Key outcomes from the May 2017 UN climate conference

Article from CarbonBrief featuring CARE’s Sven Harmeling at Bonn Climate Change Conference. Unfortunately, although the Paris Agreement includes an entire article on loss and damage signaling its political importance, governments […]

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22nd May 2017

Supporting Loss and Damage for the Most Vulnerable: Experiences from Africa and Elsewhere

This side event, moderated by Sven Harmeling, CARE International, discussed key definitions and principles for financing loss and damage initiatives, including through climate risk insurance, and shared findings from the African Risk […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 18th May 2017

After UN Climate Talks in Bonn, the spotlight is on the powerful G7 and G20 nations to take climate action and protect those most vulnerable to climate change

After UN Climate Talks in Bonn, the spotlight is on the powerful G7 and G20 nations to take climate action and protect those most vulnerable to climate change. Bonn, Germany […]

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