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Transparency is key to ensuring that everyone is doing their part to keep global warming to well below 2°C.
Together with UNDP, Cambodia has built a solid foundation to reduce plastic pollution, encourage circular solutions and manage waste better.
The herculean task of reducing deforestation relies heavily on the engagement of Brazilian states, 9 of which compose the Brazilian Amazon region.
What exactly is COP, what can we expect from COP28 this year, and how can we size this opportunity to make the future possible.
Innovative tools help young farmers and fishers in Jamaica fight climate change impacts.
The region is trying to secure the climate finance they will need in the coming decades through a mix of instruments and approaches.
This Mayan millennial agriculture system is key to forest conservation in Mexico – and needs women and young people to survive.
Biogas technology makes life safer and easier for women.

Located on the borders between the West African countries of Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger is the landlocked region of Liptako-Gourma.

Improving energy efficiency and waste management in palm oil processing sites brings relieve to women palm oil producers.
Uganda, Kenya, and Somalia are demonstrating that real progress towards climate action is possible.
With support from Japan, UNDP and partners have restored 14 micro hydro plants, lighting up the lives of 70,000 off-grid residents.
In the wake of recent devastating floods, Georgia is laying the foundations for a safer, climate-resilient future.
How Indigenous groups are safeguarding nature and supporting the fight against climate change