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Biodiversity is a term to describe the immense variety and variability of life of earth – from genes to species to ecosystems.
Climate change impacts are multi-dimensional, affecting countries, people and sectors differently, and requiring governance systems to evolve beyond current models.
Drylands cover two-fifths of the Earth’s land and are home to 2.3 billion people worldwide.
Climate change’s impacts and risks compound conflict, fragility, widening inequalities and food insecurity.
People are vulnerable when they face risks (including from climate change) but can’t easily cope or adapt.
A Presentation was provided by the World Resources Institute (WRI) during a workshop on Gender and Climate in April 2018.
This Presentation was provided by Trocaire during a Gender and Climate Workshop held in April 2018. The Presentation outlines the work of Trocaire to date in building
This Presentation was provided by the Mary Robinson Foundation- Climate Justice (MRF-CJ) during a Gender and Climate workshop in April 2018.
The presentation outlined what the UNFCCC Gender Action Plan (GAP) aims to achieve, which includes supporting implementation of gender-related decisions and mandates i
This note provides information relevant to the agreement of target (v) of the draft Post-2015 Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, which reads: [Substantially] incre