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Climate Action Explained takes viewers on a world tour that proves meaningful climate action is possible.
The shea value chain proves how investing in women can transform entire communities and advance gender equality.
From South Asia to Central America, the Sahel to the Pacific, see how UNDP-AFCIA is supporting climate adaptation in 33 countries.
Improving energy efficiency and waste management in palm oil processing sites brings relieve to women palm oil producers.
How communities are harnessing data to improve decision making and gain an edge over climate change.
Circular economy is much more than waste management. We explain what it is and how it can help fight climate change.
Countries are increasingly examining the potential of carbon markets to close the significant gap in climate finance in Africa.
African countries are in the process of understanding how to weigh the opportunities afforded by carbon markets.
Ghana is the first country globally to authorize such transfer as part of cooperative approaches under Art. 6 of the Paris Agreement.
Ghanaians like Nelson who works with waste pickers who collect about 20,000 tonnes of plastic every day, are showing us the way.
Africa Climate Week focuses on partnerships for resilience and energy transition.
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.