This Country Climate and Development Report (CCDR) captures the interplay between development challenges and climate change and climate policies in Mozambique, with the objective of identifying synergies and tradeoffs.
This study was undertaken to support and empower Southern African leaders, activists, civil society organizations (CSOs) and policymakers, in the lead up to COP 27 and beyond, in the debate on the losses and damages caused by climate impacts.
Substantial model variability exists regarding the likely meteorological impact of climate change on Kenya, particularly with respect to future precipitation levels. Significant regional differences are expected, largely due to Kenya’s diverse climate profile.
This report examines the often-overlooked lived realities of communities on the frontlines of climate change. It explores the dynamics, challenges, and opportunities for strengthening local information environments in humanitarian contexts, where communities are suffering from unprecedented climate impacts.
To operationalise the Loss and Damage Fund (LDF)— established at the 27th Conference of Parties (COP27) after intense negotiations — a Transitional Committee (TC) has been tasked with providing recommendations on the institutional arrangements, elements of the funding arrangements, sources of finance, and ensuring coordination and complementarit
This policy brief highlights five significant transboundary climate risks in Africa that urgently need consideration for management. Transboundary climate risks have the potential to set back economic development gains, jeopardise trade and food security and impact infrastructure investments in Africa.
Extreme weather and climate change impacts are increasing in Asia, which ricocheted between droughts and floods in 2022, ruining lives and destroying livelihoods. Melting ice and glaciers and rising sea levels threaten more socio-economic disruption in future, according to this new report by the World Meteorological Organization.