The Climatelinks Resource Library grew by 150 documents in 2020, covering a wide range of topics from climate finance to human health. Do you have a favorite Climatelinks resource from this past year?
Make sure you didn’t miss these great resources from 2020.
Effective Engagement with Indigenous Peoples: USAID Sustainable Landscapes Sector Guidance Document is based on Sustainable Landscapes-related issues among Indigenous Peoples, international standards, and USAID program experiences.
The Learning Agenda on Climate Services in Sub-Saharan Africa’s Spotlight Series captures learning highlights and recommendations for programming and policy related to key climate services knowledge gaps:
- user-centered design,
- government capacity development,
- private sector solutions,
- gender inclusion,
- working at scale, and
- impact evaluations.
Information about underlying research activity can be found in the final reports from Climate Information Services Research Initiative and Assessing Sustainability and Effectiveness of CIS in Africa.
Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and Environment Linkages aims to raise awareness and engage actors working in environmental and sustainable development, gender equality, and GBV policymaking and programming spheres to inform rights-based, gender-responsive approaches. The book discusses impacts of climate change on gender-based violence and gender-based violence in the context of an array of natural resources management challenges.
Fact Sheet – Combined Heat and Power: Ideal Design and Structure of Wastewater Treatment Plants highlights the ideal design and structure of anaerobic waste treatment needed for successful combined heat and power projects.
Climate Finance Assessment: Opportunities for Scaling Up Financing for Clean Energy, Sustainable Landscapes, and Adaptation describes the key challenges to be addressed in catalyzing climate-related investment, and presents options for expanding public and private sector financing.
Isabela Barriga serves as the social media manager, content entry and work flow coordinator for Climatelinks. She assists with knowledge management, research, and writing blogs. Previously, Isabela provided communication and content management support to organizations such as the United Nations Volunteers programme in Ecuador and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance in Washington, DC. Isabela holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the University of Maryland, College Park and a minor in International Development & Conflict Management.