With climate change impacts intensifying, UNDP supports farmers in Kazakhstan become more resilient.
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With support from Japan, farmers in Kazakhstan will pilot technologies that aim to raise agricultural productivity, while lowering emissions.
Small and medium enterprises are engaging in small-scale renewable energy through the use of the country's first "green" bonds.
From local activism to the halls of science, women in Europe and Central Asia are making a big difference on climate action.
In Kazakhstan, women still have limited access to resources and limited power and decision-making rights in the family and community.
High-level conference follows Kazakhstan's announcement in December 2020 that it aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060.