This work programme outlines the objectives and strategic approach of the High-Level Champions and the Marrakech Partnership for Global Climate Action for 2020–2021.

This report concerns the stocktaking meeting on the work of the Least Developed Countries Expert Group (LEG) held in Antananarivo from 10 to 12 February 2020. It contains a summary of achievements, good practices and lessons learned from the work of the LEG in 2016–2020 as identified at the meeting.

We sincerely hope this letter finds you safe and healthy. With the COVID-19 pandemic, we are facing an incredible challenge that touches each and every one with us. We must do all that we can to look after ourselves, family members and our communities first and foremost.

Compilation of capacity-building activities undertaken by bodies established under the Convention and its Kyoto Protocol. This addendum to the compilation and synthesis report on capacity-building work of bodies established under the Convention and its Kyoto Protocol provides a compilation of the information on capacity-building activities.

COP 24 requested the Least Developed Countries Expert Group (LEG) within its existing mandate and work plan, and the Adaptation Committee (AC) through its task force on national adaptation plans (NAPs) and within its existing mandate and work plan, to consider gaps and needs related to the process to formulate and implement NAPs that have been i

In 2019, the Conference of the Parties serving as the Meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement (CMA) requested the Adaptation Committee (AC) “to consider approaches to reviewing the overall progress made in achieving the global goal on adaptation and to reflect the outcome of this consideration in its 2021 annual report.” This technical pap

Namibia’s development is guided by its 5-year periods National Development Plans within its long-term National Policy Framework, Vision 2030, and recently by the Harambee Prosperity Plan (HPP).

This report identifies actions, within and taken by developing countries, in response to climate hazards that lead to enhancement of adaptive capacity, strengthening resilience, and a reduction in vulnerability.

Time is running out to keep the global temperature rise below 1.5 degrees Celsius and adapt to the impacts of climate change. While this reality has been widely acknowledged, global ambition is still not strong enough and the pace of action is too slow to achieve the objectives of the Paris Agreement.

The UNFCCC has published a report providing insights into government action to address climate change, as well as knowledge and experience that governments can deploy to increase ambition.