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This event will discuss opportunities of the blue economy, blue carbon and nature-based solutions in small island states. 
In Georgia, UNDP and the National Forestry Agency launch awareness campaign about forest protection, with support from Japan.
Ugandan youth leader shares her thoughts on what it means to shape the climate future we want.
Just as the government is advancing its agenda, some regions are taking a localized approach to climate action.
The GEF-Least Developed Countries Fund has approved US$4.5 million towards strengthening the climate resilience of the drinking water sector in Haiti.
Sharm El-Sheikh and its surroundings offer an abundance of natural attractions and experiences to visitors and travellers.
With support from Japan, farmers in Kazakhstan will pilot technologies that aim to raise agricultural productivity, while lowering emissions.
In northeast Nigeria, besides insecurity, communities are also experiencing the pronounced impact of climate change.
With funding from Japan, UNDP is working with the authorities in Hatay to improve the river’s current condition.
In Africa, one of the regions hardest hit by climate change impacts, climate ambition is stronger than in any other part of the world.
Indigenous Peoples and local forest communities have been left out of decision-making processes for far too long.
Long-term development is key to fighting drought and saving lives.
Half of the world’s freshwater bodies are shared; it's important that all transboundary water basins are governed and managed collaboratively.
With support from Japan, UNDP builds and equips Business Service Yards in Mtskheta municipality to protect forests from illegal logging.