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Africa’s Great Green Wall is officially 4% – and unofficially 18% – complete

16 September, 2020
Natasha Vizcarra, Global Landscapes Forum

Now in its second decade, the ambitious African Union–led restoration initiative known as the Great Green Wall has brought close to 18 million hectares of land under restoration since 2007, according to a status report unveiled by the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) at a virtual meeting on Monday, 7 September.

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Forests

Region
Sub-Saharan Africa
3

Gender, Climate and Security: Sustaining inclusive peace on the frontlines of climate change

11 June, 2020
UN Environment Programme, UN Women, UNDP and UNDPPA/PBSO

Climate change is a defining threat to peace and security in the 21st century – its impacts are felt by everyone, but not equally. Gender norms and power dynamics shape how women and men of different backgrounds experience or contribute to insecurity in a changing climate.

Quick AccessClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Gender

Region
Global Issues
4

Climate and Security: Advancing a Gender Lens

Climate and Security: Advancing a Gender Lens
11 June, 2020
Online

This webinar discussed why gender, climate and security linkages matter. It also discussed strategies for advancing this agenda in the policy arena and emerging investments.

EventsA New Climate for Peace
Topic
Gender

Region
Global Issues
5

Gender, Climate and Security: Presenting the Evidence

Gender, Climate and Security: Presenting the Evidence
09 June, 2020
Online

This webinar discussed the gender dimensions of climate change and its associated security risks, by presenting new insights from urban Pakistan, northern Nigeria, and Freetown, Sierra Leone.

EventsA New Climate for Peace
Topic
Gender

Region
Sub-Saharan Africa
Asia
6

Forty years of tree-planting in China: successes and failures

06 September, 2019
Feng Hao, chinadialogue

In the Inner Mongolian county of Horinger, Northwestern China, afforestation efforts have transformed a barren, dusty landscape into a pine forest. Planting trees has diminished the sandstorms, boosted biodiversity and improved the environment generally. As the climate emergency worsens, the potential for planted trees to draw carbon out of the atmosphere is being re-examined. What can the world learn from the Chinese experience with afforestation?

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Forests

Region
Global Issues
Asia
7

Peace Science Digest Special Issue - Climate Change, Security and Conflict

05 June, 2019
Peace Science Digest

For researchers looking into global security dynamics, it is becoming increasingly difficult to overlook climate change as a threat multiplier in conflict situations. While climate change may not directly cause conflict, it may be inextricably woven into pre-existing conflicts of power, ethnicity, and economic interest. Understading the role of climate-related impacts on security is therefore crucial for global peace.

PublicationClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Civil Society
Climate Change
Conflict Transformation
Energy
Environment & Migration
Gender
Water

Region
Global Issues
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South Asia Needs to Adopt a Gender Mainstreaming Approach in Climate Policy

31 May, 2019
Dr. Dhanasree Jayaram

Women are vital for effective climate policy making and implementation. In South Asia, more needs to be done on systematically integrating women into policy processes - as active stakeholders and not merely as victims of climate risks.

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Adaptation & Resilience
Climate Change
Gender

Region
Global Issues
Asia