Sharing lessons is critical for ensuring that finite funding for climate change adaptation is deployed in ways that provide the most value and impact. Successes are celebrated, but failures are habitually obscured, leaving a major knowledge base untapped. This commentary calls for the urgent sharing of failures as a source of critical learning. Authors: RossWestoby1 Mohammad FeisalRahman2 Karen E.McNamara3 SaleemulHuq4 …
Prof Saleemul Huq’s vlog no 1: On how vulnerable Communities in cities in developing countries need to be involved in tackling both COVID19 as well as Climate Change adaptation Check out the blog of Prof Saleemul Huq and Sheela Patel : Transitioning to a better global ‘new normal’
COVID-19 has changed our world. To mark Earth Day 2020, and the global call to act on climate change, we ask: what lessons can we apply from the pandemic response to help tackle other global crises, including the climate emergency? Both Sheela and I have collaborated with others for many years on how to support the most vulnerable communities in …
More new initiatives, such as the Global Commission on Adaptation’s Locally Led Adaptation Action Track, are beginning to recognise the critical role of poor and marginalised people in tackling the climate emergency. From the Gobeshona conference, Andrew Norton and Saleemul Huq explain why a reimagined climate finance system that gets money into the hands of those people must be high …
Transforming the narrative of tackling climate change
Read how two young women in Kwara, Nigeria have campaigned for resilient recovery from the pandemic and mobilised y… https://t.co/Wvb8vWIOt420 hours
RT @cdknetwork: Young women pool efforts to boost economic opportunity, promote Covid-19 hygiene and community resilience. Latest #VoicesF…2021/09/22
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