The location of a Climate-Smart Village is selected based on its climate risk profile and the willingness of farmers and local governments to participate in...
Nauman (2013) reported in the Climate Investment Funds portal about an initiative created by a Mayan indigenous community in rural southeast Mexico to curb...
Climate change hits smallholder farmers hard. More variable weather patterns cause crops to fail, undermining livelihoods and food security. At the same time,...
At least 50 people are reported to have died after floods and landslides hit the Burundi capital, Bujumbura. Police in Bujumbura say the death toll is the...
The study of the "Thirsty energy" project launched by the World Bank suggests on the one hand, the incorporation of more accurate projections for water demands...
Workshop on climate change and impacts on the natural resources on Lake Mal, in Mauritania, which was organised by Nature Mauritania in partnership with local...
The Global Environmental Facility (GEF) recently approved various grants that aim to promote adaptation to climate change in five African countries, grants...
This news item reports on a new joint-initiative by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent...
“Climate change threatens human health and well-being in many ways, including impacts from increased extreme weather events, wildfire, decreased air quality,...
Farmers are already feeling the impacts of climate change. Research reveals that climate change will lead to increased crop disease and pest prevalence, higher...
Over 2,500 workers of Ministry of Water and Energy and other six enterprises responsible to the Ministry yesterday transplanted about 20,000 seedlings in...
There is need for close attention in the adaptation of climate change and approaches that go beyond words into action with potential to informing and guiding...
Based on the success of last year’s Sustainable Energy Finance Summer Academy in Nairobi, a new course is offered this year with a special focus on Africa this...
Underscoring that droughts affect more people annually than any other type of natural disaster, the July edition of the FAO newsletter describes the increased...
The Africa Adaptation Knowledge Network (AAKNet) is pleased to present the second Issue of the Africa Adaptation Newsletter. This newsletter offers a ...
Carbon Clear’s Darfur Low-Smoke Stoves Project in Sudan has received official registration by The Gold Standard, generating carbon credits that will help...
Four factories managed by the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) are going green through the ‘Gura project’, which facilitates the use of clean electricity...
The Climate Investment Funds (CIF) has announced an agreement to provide Nigeria with US $50 million to support an African Development Bank-supported program...
Mairi Dupar of CDKN speaks with Laura Williamson, Project Director of HELIO International, who has been working with the governments of Togo and Cameroon to...
The Theme chosen for the 2015 Milan Universal Exposition - Feeding the planet, Energy for Life - embraces various aspects - related to nutrition, food security...
Most would agree that the Doha Climate Gateway - the outcome of the UNFCCC’s CoP18 - was a disappointment in terms of climate finance and ambition to curb...
Forest soils contain important carbon stocks. Deforestation, forest degradation, and changes in forest management practices can all release carbon from soil...
The ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE), the Global Forum for Sustainable Energy (GSFE), and the United Nations Industrial...
This guidebook, produced by the UNEP Risø Centre, is intended to guide and assist African countries in accessing funding for the transfer, deployment, and...
With its high solar radiation and growing demand for energy, North Africa is set to become a big future solar market. pv magazine spoke with expert Badr Ikken...