The Philippines' vulnerability and exposure to extreme weather events are well-known. It must mobilise climate finance and actions soonest.
Efficient Climate Financing through Multilateral Development Bank
A report on multilateral banks delivering climate finance better due to the capital they possess and their ability to raise additional funds.
Helping Africa’s Conservation, Climate Adaptation, and Just Energy Transition
The US affirmed and expanded its commitment and support of Africa's conservation efforts, climate adaptation, and just energy transition.
Some Climate Adaptation Initiatives Lead to Maladaptation, Study Says
A study published in the World Development Journal shows many adaptation interventions lead to maladaptation in vulnerable communities.
Climate Change Impacts on Fiji’s Health
Developing countries with low adaptative capacity, such as Fiji, have been disproportionately affected by climate change impacts.
Cameroon’s Water Scarcity Affecting Peace and Order
The lack of rain and dry conditions in Cameroon is depleting water resources. It had caused conflicts resulting in deaths and refugees.
Indonesia’s Solution to Cut Coal Use
Indonesia's aim to transition to renewable energy and meet its climate targets is bolstered by the Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP).
COP27’s Loss and Damage Deal Boosts Climate Action
Developed and prosperous countries finally agreed to set up a loss and damage fund for developing countries affected by climate change.
Asia and the Pacific’s Need for Climate Adaptation and COP27
Asia and the Pacific are at the frontline in the battle against climate change. COP27 highlights the region's need for climate adaptation.
Can the World Live Without Fossil Fuels?
Besides being the primary production energy, fossil fuel is the raw material in many modern tools and equipment. How can we live without it?