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Malawi’s new climate adaptation plans could boost food security, but risks leaving smallholders behind
Elements in Malawi’s plans to adapt to global warming put the livelihoods of smallholder farmers in the country at risk. By involving affected farmers and other vulnerable communities in shaping the country’s climate plans, Malawi’s government can, however, propel a fair climate transition.
Without a just transition approach, climate adaptation plans in Malawi risk leaving smallholders behind, this report finds.
Join the Initiative for coal regions in transition in the Western Balkans and Ukraine for its annual meeting.
The livelihoods of millions of Kenyans are at risk due to climate change. Urgent action is needed to avoid possible job losses due to climate impacts. However, new research finds that current plans to tackle climate change in Kenya could make inequality worse.
This report highlights challenges and opportunities for just transitions in key sectors of the Kenya’s economy.
Russia’s requests for climate cooperation should be met with scepticism, Anna Korppoo argues.
Stepping Up Support for a Just Transition: Updates And Perspectives From Philanthropy, Pioneers and Frontline Communities
Climate Strategies’ Nicole Kempis took part in this interactive dialogue on a just transition during COP27.
During COP27, Climate Strategies hosted this high-level invite-only dinner.
This briefing summarises key interventions that can trigger systemic transformation to net-zero in China.
Read more about Climate Strategies Member Olga Chepelianskaia’s TEDx Rawatpur talk on Thriving Low Carbon Cities of the Future
Watch a recording of the COP27 EEIST event on how policymakers can speed up the low-carbon transition by learning from successes around the globe.
This EU Commission/World Bank event on just transition built on experience in European coal regions.
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