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18th December 2018

Clean Cookstoves in India

Access to energy is a key component of alleviating poverty and an indispensable element for human development. Over 45% of the India’s population is currently denied energy access; nearly 70% […]

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18th December 2018

CARE and partners launch RILHUB, an interactive learning platform on resilience and innovations in the Philippines

CARE and its partner organizations in the Philippines have joined forces to develop and launch the country’s newest platform for learning, reflection and collaboration on resilience building and innovations. The […]

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17th December 2018

Controlling Expanding Gully Erosion: The Case of the Jiidali Village

Somalia in general and the Sanaag region, in particular, have been experiencing increasing environmental degradation due to both natural causes and human activities which have resulted in rainfall shortages and […]

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17th December 2018

Managing Uncertainty: resilient households coping up with recurrent drought situations in Somalia

My name is Said Aw Ali Said. I have two families consisting of 18 people. I have been living in the Sanaag region in Somalia since my childhood. This village […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 17th December 2018

The CVCA Process for Climate Change Analysis and Adaptation Action Planning

GRAD Learning Brief #2 What is GRAD? Graduation with Resilience to Achieve Sustainable Development GRAD is a five-year USAID-funded project designed to help the Government of Ethiopia find sustainable solutions […]

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17th December 2018

CASE Study: Stronger than Manaro

By Rose Tobal, Youngkie Natu and Gina Dehinavanua PROGRAM OVERVIEW The Manaro Voui volcano on the island of Ambae in Vanuatu’s north has experienced a series of eruption events, leading […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 15th December 2018

Big polluters fall short at COP24 despite leadership of the most vulnerable

Outcome not enough to address climate emergency, governments must now step up nationally Katowice, 15 December. On Saturday evening, the UN climate change talks concluded in Katowice, Poland after much debate. […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 14th December 2018

Final call for action: Governments must address climate emergency and strengthen COP24 package with higher ambition in emission cuts, finance, and human rights

Katowice, 14 December. On Thursday evening, the COP24 presidency released a package of negotiation texts outlining key elements of the Paris Agreement Rulebook, efforts to increase ambition by cutting emissions, […]

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