An analysis on the funding arrangements for addressing Loss and Damage agreed at COP27

By Md. Shamshuddoha
The decision on the establishment of ‘new funding arrangements’ for responding to as well as addressing loss and damages is a significant achievement at COP 27…


Launch of EVD solution repository

By Santosh Patnaik
Impacts of climate change on poor and vulnerable communities affect their life and livelihood in a decisive manner. With the limited resources and knowledge, the communities make an effort to reduce their vulnerability and to adjust with the mounting climate impacts. With the support of local institutions, local government, civil society and local solutions…


No More Blah Blah Blah, Loss and Damage Finance NOW!!

By Divyanshi Yadav
With a global energy crisis, food shortages and war in Ukraine looming in the background, negotiators gathered in the German city of Bonn for a new round of UN climate talks.


Repository of Local Climate Solutions – A Precursor to Regional Collaboration and Advocacy Report on Regional Webinar

The regional webinar began with the short introduction of EVD project, its objectives, deliverables and outcomes expected from the project…


An Equitable Phase Out of Fossil Fuels: A civil society equity review

By Divyanshi Yadav
The past 3 decades since the UNFCCC negotiations began, we have not tried to mitigate GHG emissions despite clear warnings. As a result the climate crisis is hitting the most vulnerable people in the Global South first and hardest…


Repository of Local Climate Solutions: Seeking inputs from members

By Santosh Patnaik
Developing countries are engaged in a balancing act of rapid development to eradicate poverty and energy deprivation together with ecosystem restoration while meeting mitigation and adaptation goals …


What does the IPCC Climate Change Mitigation Report 2022 (Working group III) mean for the South Asian region?

By Divyanshi Yadav
With every fraction of a degree of global warming, climate change impacts will intensify. In the latest instalment of the Inter-government Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report, released on…


Managing Health and Mental Well being of Urban Poor to build climate resilient cities

By Divyanshi Yadav
In the webinar series organised by CANSA on ‘Building Climate Resilient Cities’, the fourth and last webinar on Health & Mental well-being of Urban Poor, was conducted on 23 September 2021…


Building climate-resilient cities through livelihood security for the urban poor

By Divyanshi Yadav
The webinar Climate Resilient Cities – Livelihood Security for self-employed unorganized sector workers, organised by CANSA on 16th September,is the third of four webinars touching upon….


Medical Experts come together to call for stringent measures to curb fossil fuel use for cleaner air and a means to mitigate climate change

By Divyanshi Yadav
On 7th September, the International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies, an important webinar titled ‘Fossil Fuels, Air Pollution, Climate Change & Health: Resolving South Asia’s Air Pollution & Climate Crisis…


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