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Rural-to-urban migration for greater economic and social security is becoming inevitable, and climate stresses will only increase this trend.
Africa Climate Week focuses on partnerships for resilience and energy transition.
In Africa, one of the regions hardest hit by climate change impacts, climate ambition is stronger than in any other part of the world.
EVs, coupled with clean energy, offer the greatest potential to reduce emissions in the transportation sector.
Indigenous Peoples and local forest communities have been left out of decision-making processes for far too long.
As custodians of natural resources, Indigenous women play an essential role in preserving forests and natural ecosystems.
Countries in Asia-Pacific are adopting more ambitious goals on climate mitigation and adaptation.
Half of the world’s freshwater bodies are shared; it's important that all transboundary water basins are governed and managed collaboratively.
Here are 7 things you need to know about the state of climate ambition in the Latin America and the Caribbean region.
Developing countries can use carbon markets to advance their socio-economic development, while transitioning to a low-carbon economy.
With the right choices and measures, African countries can manage the trade-offs and achieve both their development and social objectives.
Peace and conflict need to be considered in the climate change agenda.
Carbon markets have gained significant traction in recent years, but largely leave out Africa, without which global climate goals cannot be achieved.