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Climate Action Explained takes viewers on a world tour that proves meaningful climate action is possible.
Together with UNDP, Cambodia has built a solid foundation to reduce plastic pollution, encourage circular solutions and manage waste better.
With more than 50 percent of world's consumption, the Asia-Pacific region must take a leading role in planetary green transformation.
Despite facing adversities, young people continue to be at the forefront of climate action, raising hopes and inspiring change.
Community innovation is central to addressing the climate crisis, providing solutions that can be replicated in other parts of a country or region.
The climate crisis, just like nearly every other humanitarian and development challenge, has a greater impact on women. We explain how.
“Without the forest, we are exposed to climate change, to drought and heat. Without rain, we cannot grow crops to eat"
Kenya and Cambodia share experiences.

The climate crisis is no longer as abstract as it once may have seemed.

The implementation of Cambodia’s NDC will require an estimated US$ 7.8 billion by 2030.
Cambodia has been taking various steps to sustain and expand this important source of carbon finance.
9 countries working towards gender-responsive climate policies.
Home to more than 4 billion people, see how UNDP’s climate adaptation work supports sustainable development across Asia and the Pacific.
Through our experience working with countries, here are 7 key lessons on adaptation, and how we are applying them as part of our Climate Promise.