The 4th EU-Africa Summit brought together more than 60 EU and African leaders, and a total of 90 delegations, to discuss the future of EU-Africa relations and...
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has announced that his Climate Summit 2014 in New York, US, on 23 September 2014, will include: a plenary for national...
WorldFish, the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and the University of Osnabruck have released the results of an examination of climate change...
The fifth meeting of the Adaptation Committee reviewed progress on adaptation-related mandates under the UNFCCC, and heard reports from workshops on...
A regional workshop focused on building capacities for National Forest Monitoring Systems for REDD+ and National GHG Inventory Systems took place 25-27...
Energy access for the poor is a critical requirement to for social development and increasing income. It is estimated that nearly 50% of the world’s population...
This is a news item about the 7th Rio Conventions Pavilion, being held in Namibia (17-26 September 2013) and which brings together the Conference of the...
The 35th Greater Horn of Africa Climate Outlook Forum (GHACOF 35)was held in Kenya, in August 2013 to address issues related to ‘Building Resilience to Climate...
The southern region of Africa could be the hardest hit by rising temperatures from climate change, leaving many to wonder what this means for agriculture. Will...
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – How climate change may affect farmers and food security in southern Africa depends on a range of crop, climate and...
Kanono Thabane, a former MSc Student at the National University of Lesotho, indicates that the reduction in maize yields due to climate change will decrease...
The European Commission has approved funding for 248 new projects under the LIFE+ programme, the European Union's environment fund. The projects cover actions...
The NAMA-Wiki and the twitter account of the NAMA-Partnership @NAMAPartnership have been launched.
The Malawi Institute of Education (MIE) in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Management produced a poster centred on the...
The Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System for Africa and Asia (RIMES) is organizing a training workshop on Paleoflood Hydrology in Flood Risk...
At the third meeting of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) Board in March 2013, Board members considered the different ways for developing countries to access...
With support from UNESCO, the International Institute for Environment and Development and Internews are working on a Guidebook for Climate Change Journalists...
Climate Change is hitting the lives the poor the most. Millions of people in poor countries especially in Asia Africa and Latin America lose part or most of...
Access to energy has been recognised as a key for economic growth and social development. About one fifth of the world population has no access to electricity...
As climate change threatens agriculture and increases food insecurity in many parts of the world, the commercialisation and marketing of edible insects could...
The Africa Adaptation Knowledge Network (AAKNet) recently presented the first Issue of the Africa Adaptation Newsletter. This newsletter offers a comprehensive...
As part of the activities of the Global Change and Sustainability Research Institute at the University of the Witwatersrand, applications for a limited number...
Prof Mary Scholes, Chair of the Evaluation Committee, has announced the winner of the first edition of the AfriCAN Climate Awards: Nnaemeka Ikegwuonu,...
Water harvesting is one way that farmers can deal with climate-change induced water scarcity in Ethiopia. Here community members explain how this technology is...
Climate change must be integrated into the post-2015 agenda, as ignoring it may condemn many Africans to a life of poverty. By Richard Munang (UNEP)