As we see circular economy climbing up the political agenda, we must acknowledge that circularity has been a way of life for millennia for Indigenous peoples worldwide. We must ensure they are in the…
The Gender-Responsive Component of the NDC Support Programme is supporting the work in ten countries at the moment to ensure that gender equality aspects, and the role of women as actors contributing to the Paris Agreement are factored into the governance, planning and climate policy instruments of the NDC planning and implementation processes.
As such, the UNDP NDC Support Programme is hosting a webinar series on mainstreaming gender equality within NDCs. The objective of the series is to provide government representatives, project implementers and climate change technical experts more background on entry points and associated tools, such as a gender analysis, gender data and indicators, gender-responsive budgeting and climate finance, in order to integrate gender equality considerations more comprehensively within their national climate actions, particularly the NDC process.
The topics for the series are:
Climate change threatens to undo decades of development progress in Small Island Developing States and least developed countries. Their governments and people, however, are standing up.
Long-term Low Emission Development Strategies’ (LTSs) help ensure climate pledges don’t lose political impetus or priority over time.
A recent survey conducted by the Ministry of Climate Change, Viamo and UNDP, has shed new light on young people's perceptions of climate change in Pakistan.