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Australia and Spain will partner with Tuvalu and the Dominican Republic to turn their adaptation priorities into investment opportunities.
By the end of 2027, Early Warnings for All aims to protect everyone from hazardous weather and climate events with the use of early warning systems.

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

Uganda, Kenya, and Somalia are demonstrating that real progress towards climate action is possible.
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
New infrastructure that ensures water security and prevents soil erosion is a lifeline for farmers and herders, amidst severe drought.
For the Wayúu people, cultivating the guajiro bean is an integral part of their culture, and contributes to build resilience to climate change.
The free, publicly available platform will serve as a crucial tool to plan adaptation into the future.
How communities are harnessing data to improve decision making and gain an edge over climate change.
The project aims to reduce the risks associated with climate change-induced flooding through sustainable land management.
The project will promote climate-smart agriculture, and access to microcredit and climate information.
With support from Japan, the village of Chambarak now has improved mudflow defenses and weather forecasting.
Over 40 countries gathered at the Global NDC Conference to discuss collaboration, climate finance and adaptation.